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  • ross1948 12:15 on August 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , climate change freakos, , ,   

    Muppet Macron, Fake-News Perpetrateur Extraordinaire! 

    When even the BBC feels obliged to report something to the detriment of the anti-Bolsonaro shrills…

    .US space agency Nasa said that overall fire activity in the Amazon basin was slightly below average this year.

    The agency said that while activity had increased in Amazonas and Rondonia, it had decreased in the states of Mato Grosso and Pará.

    It was earlier reported that a blackout on Monday in the city of São Paulo – more than 2,700km (1,700 miles) away – had been caused by smoke from the Amazon fires.


    But some meteorologists say the smoke came from major fires burning in Paraguay, which is much closer to the city and not in the Amazon region.



    …what are we to make of Le Muppet in Paris, who gave himself a right showing up last week by publishing this!

    Macron posts Amazon fire photo that’s not from this year, gets torched by Brazil’s Bolsonaro
    • Jeanne 14:40 on August 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      He is so terrible.
      France is shamed by his meddling in other countries.


    • Fiona 15:39 on August 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What a drip he is!
      He is more worried about safeguarding trees he claims are under threat from Bolsonaro than about safeguarding French people from the threat he knows all about, of attack by illegal aliens. I heard today he is taking in even more from that boat between Malta and Italy.


  • ross1948 17:00 on October 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'contestable', , climate change freakos, Lord Lawson   

    BBC Portrays Climate Sceptic As Zombie! Hidden Agenda? 


    Does the BBC deliberately choose the most unflattering file photos for people of whose views it disapproves?


    Nigel Lawson

    Former Chancellor Lawson – auditioning for The Walking Dead?


    I am obliged to ask after reeling back in near terror at that huge picture of Lord Lawson, who dared suggest that the Climate Panic Crew might not be entirely reliable.

    As a Walking Dead fan, I should be used to observing zombies…


    Meskipun Busuk Banget, Zombi2 Masih Bisa Hot, Ya? 

    …but that Lawson photograph?


    I tend to look for nice pics for folks I like, and less impressive likenesses for  those whom I detest, like the ghastly Sinn Feiner Martina Anderson MEP….…

    France 24’s “Debate” Features Jew-Bashing Convicted Terrorist! 

    Hasil gambar untuk martina anderson MEP

    Found this via Google Search – which one’s Evil Anderson?


    But a minor quibble, and I’m sure nobody will ever find proof of this BBC photo bias.

    More important is the zeal with which the mandarins at Broadcasting House rushed to appease outraged Panickers.

    The BBC admitted it had breached its “guidelines on accuracy and impartiality….” 

    Gambar terkait

    Enter stage left, BBC media editor Amol Rajan, who says..

    …the BBC’s complaints department ruled that a lack of scrutiny of Lord Lawson’s claims meant the interview fell short of editorial standards. It ruled that the peer’s statements “were, at the least, contestable and should have been challenged.”


    Oh yeah.



    Like Hard Talk, when not that long ago, it was their Mr. Sacker who intruded his own ‘contestable’ pro-crimmigrant bias quite blatantly, telling his guest that no matter what the American people may wish, ‘practical politicians know they can’t deport millions and millions of people.‘  

      Eric Cantor Uses Biased BBC Talk-Show To Blast Tea-Party

    Of course they can!

    But we are nevertheless told that BBC interviewers have a duty to challenge ‘contestable’ statements?

    That’s news, to us and, I’d guess, to the pathetic leftist hacks the BBC employs to interview fellow-leftists, like that Beeb bint who didn’t even explain to viewers that her guest’s media domain was a far-left American propaganda pulpit, with a name so duplicitously crafted…

    Gambar terkait

    Mother Jones?-Mama Hillary might be more accurate!


    …that the average Brit would imagine it to be a recipe magazine.

    I quote my own comment at the time!

    So unprofessional was Blondie that she not only kept viewers in the dark about Follman’s ideological motivation to slur Trump but failed utterly in her duty to challenge his bias. Astoundingly,  the Beeb-Bint chimed in!

    ‘It beggars belief that he (Trump) has nothing better to do.’ Bigoted, Biased BBC – ‘It Beggars Belief…” 

    ….and the BBC is a repeat offender…

    BBC At It Again, Hides Far-Left Guest’s Background! 

    What can one say?

    That’ll do!


    • Jane 23:13 on October 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Ross, I have been trying to comment for hours but my comments keep disappearing instead of being sent. Are you having technical trouble?
      I do like this post on the BBC’s photos.
      It wouldn’t be at all surprising if they pick and choose as you suggest.
      Their interviewers are the worst in the world, no professionalism at all, only ever challenging people who are not on the BBC’s leftwing, pro-illegal immigrant, anti-Brexit wave-length.
      I’ll try sending this once more then leave it until tomorrow, as I am a little busy today.


      • ross1948 00:19 on October 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Some gremlin must have got onto the comments column, Jane.
        I was wondering if people were having a comment-free day, because we got a very high level of readership today, but now I understand what was wrong.
        I hope anybody whose comments went astray will resubmit them.


  • ross1948 11:25 on May 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: climate change freakos, , National Review Appeal   

    National Review Under Attack – Why Not Help Them? 

     I don’t always see eye to eye with National Review but more often than not they talk sense and are in general terms a good thing.

    They are up against a legal menace, which they explain fully below, and I would say they deserve support.

    Up to you!


    Help Us Fight the Good Fight

    Several weeks ago I mailed my annual “Editor’s letter.” I hope that you received a copy and had a chance to read it.

    As I stated in my letter, the D.C. Court of Appeals recently had a message for us: National Review, drop dead.

    I paraphrase, of course. The court essentially said this though in the course of more than 100 pages of dense legalese.

    As you may know, the climate scientist Michael Mann has sued us for libel. His case, arising from a 272-word blog post criticizing him, is wholly without merit and I believe is destined to fail — eventually. We believe that Mann’s intent, of course, is to make us lose by winning — even if we prevail in the court of law, the legal fees, time, and overall drain on our limited resources are a punishment in and of itself.

    We intend to make every possible defense of a case that has profound implications for free expression in this country. We have already appealed, and, if that fails, we plan to take the case straight to the top — the Supreme Court. These appeals in themselves could cost up to $1 million in legal fees.

    This is why I email you today.

    First, while we have liability insurance, it doesn’t cover all our expenses. So, if you haven’t done so already, I ask that you consider contributing to our defense as your personal message of opposition to and disgust with Michael Mann and all such would-be censors who take it upon themselves to decree what we are allowed to say . . . and not allowed to say. You can do so by making a gift to National Review.


    Second, Michael Mann’s suit is part of a much larger and disturbing trend of political correctness working to circumscribe free speech in this country.

    This trend is, of course, most advanced on college campuses, where totalitarian-minded children who can’t be bothered to read Shakespeare or learn U.S. history busy themselves policing speech from the cosseted confines of their “safe spaces.”

    That is why National Review Institute, the nonprofit 501(c)(3) journalistic think tank of NR, is active at colleges and universities with its NRI On Campus program. NRI sends NR’s top talent to schools across the country to pry open student minds and encourage embattled conservatives on campus. In other words, NRI is on the front lines of the battle for free speech.

    I hope that along with your support of NR, that you will likewise consider a tax-deductible gift to National Review Institute … that you will support the excellent work that it is doing on college campuses. You can make a gift to NRI at the link below.

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