48 days ago
This morning, OFCOM has ruled that the remarks made by Piers Morgan on GMB about the ghastly Princess Meghan were all perfectly fair. I should say so. What he said is what most of us felt about this narcissistic fantasist and her dope of a husband. OFCOM says Morgan is entitled to an opinion and that the programme showed full balance. On all the complaints made against him by some 57,000 souls, including Meghan herself, he was cleared. So where does this leave Carolyn McColl, ITV’s CEO?
132 days ago
I should be the ideal target for Andrew Neil’s new GB News which launched last night. I am right of centre, think the BBC is a disgrace, Channel 4 is fake news and that ITV is woke nonsense whose reporting of Trump should have been an imprisonable offence. And for that reason gave up on TV news a while back. But I did not watch GB News last night. And I doubt I ever will. Despite its celebrating winning the ratings war, here’s a secret: I am far from alone. Here are the stats GB News is celebrating:
259 days ago
If you want to watch TV news in the UK, your choice is essentially the BBC, ITV, Sky or Channel 4 “fake” News. All were overtly anti-Brexit, anti-Trump and are left-leaning – the presenters do not hide their views. On a range of issues including the bogus religion of global warming, the demands of the Trans community, the “largely peaceful” riots of BLM and the need to mask up everywhere and not challenge lockdown, the broadcast media sings from the same hymn sheet. For many of us who supported Brexit, don’t want our teenage daughter sharing a post basketball shower with a six foot girl with a beard and a cock called Barry, who – like just under half the Yanks – supported Trump or who might have voted Tory last time (apologies to folks here in Wrexham, I do regret it), there is no news broadcaster for us. Andrew Neil will soon launch GB News.
324 days ago
“So you are an anti-vaxxer” she said to me as I dared to offer a modest dissent from the party line. The Ministry of Truth, aka The BBC and the social media companies, are leading the charge to eradicate social media posts by wicked anti-vaxxers lest they confuse the plebs. There is even talk of specialist army units being brought in to fight this menace. In the way that, this summer, anyone who did not apologise for historic slave activities by taking a knee was deemed to be alt-right extremist who needed re-education, anti vaxxers must now be insulted and, once suitably demonised in the eyes of the population, purged.
333 days ago
I have yet to complete my diaries from the Greek Hovel 2020 so you may not be aware that I am now in business with Nicho the Communist and his son but I am am and on that matter I spoke to both the son and also to lovely Eleni at the Kourounis Taverna today. How I wish I was back in warm Kambos rather than wet Wales. Or do I? A lot has changed.
571 days ago
Laughably, the BBC is trumpeting an opinion poll showing how its reportage of the Coronavirus “pandemic” is the most trusted among TV stations. When this is all over, we will laugh at just how the entire Mainstream Media failed us, wallowed in GroupThink and failed to challenge our blundering and lying leaders. You can see this for yourself with an easy test…
975 days ago
Oh dear. The Police in Northern Ireland still hate Catholics 20 years after the post Good Friday Police Reforms. So implies ITV/UTV correspondent Sharon O'Neill in the tweet below, dutifully retweeted by Fenians across the six counties and beyond. But of course there are lies, damned lies and statistics used by innumerate journalists.
1216 days ago
ITV is a commercial network and covers the World Cup well enough. So why does the BBC need to bid for matches and cover it at all? Its remit should be high quality public service broadcasting not competing against commercial networks – using taxpayers cash – to show commercial propositions? But okay, we do not live in a low tax libertarian paradise, so there has to be BBC sport. However…
1558 days ago
Today we learn the names of all BBC stars earning over £150,000 a year. It is only the existence of an overpaying state funded broadcaster that keeps presenter pay up at stratospheric levels. In the USA where there is a free market and no state subsidies the pay for doing an easy job (reading an autocue) is falling and not that high. This is the tip of the iceberg.
How many BBC staff you have never heard of are earning £100,000, 75,000 or whatever? Quite simply pay is out of control. And who is funding that?
1836 days ago
ITV News had an exclusive report this week on a jail run by one of the nutty Islamofascist groups in Syria that the West backs, which contains 300 captured ISIS fighters. It is a real rainbow sort of place with the captives coming from across Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
2214 days ago
How I suffer. Just for you, dear reader, I have now watched the 11th episode of Life on Marbs, the new ITV reality TV show starring Quindell (QPP) fraudster Jon Stretton Knowles. And it was possibly the most toe curling episode yet. JSK’s bromance with a younger guy is going well and Jon is now going to the gym to keep in shape but worries he still looks old. So an ageing slapper with possibly the most leathery skin on this planet takes him to her Botox/plastic surgeon man.
JSK goes for Botox but then asks about penis enlargement. He is told that he can get an extra 2-3 inches and seems interested. The ageing slapper concludes that he must be a bit undersized but perhaps explains why his only conquest of this series saw the girl (slapper Jordan) burst out laughing as Jon started to “perform” (see HERE).
Jon then turns his hand
2234 days ago
Bloody hell I suffered, watching to the very end episode 8 of the dreadful ITV reality TV show Life on Marbs starring Quindell (QPP) fraudster Jon Stretton Knowles. The main theme of this episode was how uber-dim Marbs slapper Alex had shagged some himbo two days before her brain dead boyfriend Charles arrived from England. Would their relationship survive? Heck if the two do breed it is would be a move towards Darwinian species extinction. JSK was on fine form in this show as well.
2240 days ago
Forgive me but in the excitement last week I forgot to keep you posted on episode 7 of the world's worst TV series, Life on Marbs, a reality TV show brought to you by ITV and starring Quindell fraudster Jon Stretton Knowles. Welcome to episode 7 and Jon (Tango to his mates) is planning a spectacular 35th Birthday Party. But...
Has he invited his old pal Rob Terry or is it just the designer vagina slappers from Marbs... Watch below as all is revealed
2293 days ago
From the makers of the truly appalling The Only Way is Essex (TOWIE) we have a new reality show out this summer Life on Marbs. Set in the Costa del Crime it features a bunch of men and women whose aim is to shag anything that moves, and who all appear to be rather light in terms of the little grey cells. And its big star is John Stretton Knowles, who may well soon be chatting to the Serious Fraud Office about his role in the stockmarket’s biggest fraud for 20 years – Quindell PLC. Not that ITV seems to know about that.
2862 days ago
In the second part of the Chris Patten’s Christmas Carol, the chairman of the BBC meets the ghost of Christmas Present.
Last night he met the ghost of Christmas Past. If you missed that you can read it HERE
The story continues…
It was not the sound of Lady Lavender Patten’s refined and gentle snoring nor another panic attack about what happened to Chow Mein that awoke the good Lord Christopher Patten. But a loud noise from his study downstairs had the BBC chairman sprinting down the stairs, faster than BBC Middle East Correspondent Jeremy Bowen can say “the peace loving freedom martyrs of Hamas fired rockets on an Israeli school to protect themselves from the Genocidal imperialist warmongers.”
Sitting behind Patten’s leather bound desk with gold inlay, marked “A present from 400 million the grateful people of Europe for your Herculean labours as a European Commissioner” was another grey figure. Once again he was not smiling.
“Oh no not another of you consultant Johnnies” said Patten. The grey figure beckoned and gripped Patten’s hand. Through the air they flew.
After just a few minutes, Patten found himself gazing down on a Christmas day party.