Congratulations, BBC…No, Seriously!

One of my commenters asked recently how I find the time to use this blog as much as I do.

Time management is the key, Ma’am!

 I have the tv on most all the time but I am adept at screening out the noise until something grabs my ear and I pay attention.


When I’m taking buses around town on my frequent social whirls, I use the time to compose in my head what I plan to type up on my laptop later.

It works!

Only sometimes I get surprised by TV.

Like Sunday night, when I happed upon BBC, expecting their usual pinko drivel – yet instead this popped up.


BBC World News – Storyville Global, The End of the Game

Storyville Global. An entertaining and provocative documentary in which director David Graham Scott puts himself in the firing line as he befriends big game hunter Guy Wallace. 

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Pause here for a retrospect.

Last year we offered sincere praise in respect of a real investigative documentary about the maltreatment of a poor old man with Alzheimer’s.

It was a first-class production and it made many people think how good the UK state broadcaster could be…


Typical BBCpro-crimmigrant cr-p, so sad when they can produce good stuff like this alzheimer’s story!

If Only The BBC Cared About The Country!

Instead they betray their charter obligation by imposing their own leftist, anti-British prejudices on viewers, again and again, in all manner of ways, some blatant, some subtle.

A Leftist Lesbian Love Affair – ‘Auntie’ And ‘Mother Jones?’ 

We DO Try To Get Trump Supporters On Our Show’ –BBC 

Katty Kay – One Bare-Faced BBC Liar! 

BBC’s Bitter Bias – A Megaphone For Left-Bigot Smears! 


Now again, here’s this short film about another old fellow, no alzheimer’s in this case! Guy Wallace is of undoubtedly sound mind and of body!

It IS vastly entertaining.

When the 73-year-old ex-army officer was asked if he ever got sick, his response was magnificent…


‘Yes, about 20 years ago I had a hangover!’


Gotta love this Guy!

The BBC producer Scott is a fairly typical pinko, a vegan, seen demo-ing against meat in fast-food outlets. He lets himself down at the start, deriding his subject as a ‘colonial relic.’

Yet as the film unfolds, and Guy talks sense on everything, and finally gets his buffalo in Africa, it becomes clear that there’s something like proper respect developing in the pinko’s heart.


Just watch it, and wish most of the BBC’s output…


…could be anywhere near as watchable!