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  • ross1948 15:41 on June 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Draft-Dodgers, Joan Bakewell, red scum, Sixties   

    BBC Re-Heats Biased Old Bakewell Tart! 

    Spiked.com can be annoying at times, but, like RT, at other times quite admirable.

    On occasion, it simply gives us useful information, as this past week was the case with an interview, an old bat who sits on the Labour benches in the House of Lords, whom younger readers won’t likely have heard of.


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    Her name’s Joan Bakewell and as a young guy in the Sixties, I remember her as a typical smug BBC leftist.

    She was a bit prettier than the run-of-the-mill red slags who trudged about on CND marches…


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    …but in that halcyon era, when micro-mini-skirts were still an entrancing new development in female fashions…


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    …we none of us normal ( i.e. non-BBC!) young gentlemen would ever have given Bolshie Bakewell a second – or even a third – glance.

    Then some comedian  – I believe it was Frank Muir – rather famously described her as ‘’the thinking man’s crumpet.”


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    In other words, unlike the intellectual in-crowd Muir hung out with, those of us, indubitably the majority of men, who thought Marianne Faithfull was a MUCH tastier confectionary, were unthinking?


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    What do you think?


    We discussed that insult and were even more strongly confirmed in our adamant indifference to Joanie’s superficial charms.


    However, the sad thing is that despite the passage of half a century, she seems not to have matured.Inevitably, the BBC is bringing back her bias, via a brand-new show to be called “Vive La Revolution.”

    Watch it if you like  – pinko pap, I’ll predict..



    Thing is, she was caught out fifty years ago, when the Broadcasting House bosses had some slight acquaintance with their charter’s duty to be an impartial outfit.

    Bakewell: What had been happening for some 13 years by 1968 was the Vietnam War, which we covered on Line-Up.
    Because of our sympathies, we interviewed a lot of draft dodgers.
    We got into trouble with the BBC establishment who noticed we weren’t interviewing the people fighting the war.
    And they felt that was to the discredit of the BBC.
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    American vermin

    Heavens above!

    Somebody at the BBC had a grasp of the concept of fairness? Somebody thought that honourable young Americans fighting for their country might merit a hearing?

    Changed days. Now bias at the BBC is a way of life.



    No wonder they want the old bat back. They’ll have made sure, no doubt, that she even now is completely unabashed about her “sympathies” with the cowards and traitors of the Bill Clinton breed.

    So expect little in the way of fairness in whatever the Old Bakewell Tart cooks up on her programme.

    • Vanessa 17:03 on June 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      She was so condescending!
      There were always those Oxbridge airs and graces on display ( which college did she attend, may I ask?) and she reeked of political prejudice, as if only the left had any claim to righteousness.
      I used to wonder if she went down the East End of an evening to drink in working class pubs as a kind of research project.
      It would be the only way her hoity-toity brand of socialist would ever get to meet the proles in whose name her (Vive La) Revolution was to be carried through.


      • Chrissie Miles 22:03 on June 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Vanessa, she went to Newnham, and that was a ladies-only college then, maybe no longer, but I don’t know.
        Might that explain her problems?


      • Seth Grierson 00:26 on June 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        She went to an elite women’s college


    • Pamela 18:21 on June 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Oh good, Ross, it’s so nice to read somebody rip into this woman. She was bad enough in the 1960s and 70s but got worse and worse in later years.
      Was it her getting worse or was it the BBC taking down more and more barriers to let her show off a dirty mouth that a ton of carbolic could not have kept clean?
      I’d offer chapter and verse to explain what I mean but her descent into obscenity is chronicled in her wikipedia entry.


    • Ewan Langston 19:34 on June 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Anyone who was a teenaged male in those days will tell you how all the girls looked fantastic in their minis. Your photographs back me up in that.
      So it wasn’t only ‘Mars Bar’ Faithfull that would have overshadowed the young Bakewell Tart. She was nothing special, wouldn’t have turned a single male head in Oxford Street and even fewer in Broadcasting House where male heads tended, as often as not, then as now, to rest on each others shoulders!

      I know you like to use the word “pinko” to describe leftists so I will borrow it if I may, and say Bakewell was not “the thinking man’s crumpet” but something more like the “pinko man’s strumpet, “ and if you read the lines and between the lines in that spiked interview, to do her justice, she isn’t shy about it.

      She put her heart and soul in tthe role of anti-public-morality warrior because she had given up her own personal morality long since.


    • Nev 04:06 on June 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Just goes to show, if you are left enough, you are never too old to get work with the BBC


  • ross1948 16:15 on November 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Draft-Dodgers, Lard-Ass, , ,   

    If We Win Tomorrow, Will Lard-Ass Haul Ass? 

    Just read this rather nifty article on the spiked.com site, a place where some of the handful of honest lefties left in Britain can be found.



    It’s all about the biggest phoney in America – maybe: there are so many in the Corrupt Clinton camp – namely Loathesome Lard-Ass, the multi-millionaire who masquerades as a common man, with his parodic scruff-bag gear and his foul mouth.

    This mockery of how working- men speak and act incenses many of us, not least me…

    ..but the article focuses on his new film –

    Michael Moore: the Leni Riefenstahl of the Hillary campaign –

     –  which the author analyses as something like an expression of Lard-Ass’s sexual hang-ups about Billy-Boy’s neglected spouse. Very odd – I never knew myopia was one of Lard-Ass’s many afflictions.




    I have only ever savoured anything Lard-Ass had to say and that was a week or so ago, when he confessed to being seriously worried that The Donald could still win – he was saying this despite the carefully orchestrated eruption of aged bimbos improbably claiming Trump had made a grab for them.

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    And that was before the emails began to flow again.

    We can do this.

    I say ‘we’ because, although I’m not American, I have friends there, and many readers/allies, all doing their bit in the campaign.

    And that campaign is very much an integral part of a worldwide war, the cultural marxist war on civilisation.   


    .And just think, if Crooked is handed a defeat, various plush parts of America could be deloused almost overnight, if some so-called ‘celebrities keep their word.  https://ca.news.yahoo.com/celebrity/celebs-threatening-leave-u-donald-035813624.html  

    Maybe Loathesome would depart too.

    But I sincerely hope they wouldn’t consider Canada as their place of forlorn, fanatic exile

    That proud Dominion had enough of American run-away low-lifes when those draft-dodging scumbags came crawling across the border forty plus years ago.  


    • Wendy Sternez 18:02 on November 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I LIKE that photo of the aged bimbo. She reminds me of that horrible Democrat Pocahontas, Elizabeth Warren.
      not so much in appearance but in the voice you can imagine snarling out of that mouth.
      Yes, we Americans know we have a lot of support around the world and we appreciate it.
      Thanks, buddy.


    • Trish Milnich 18:58 on November 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      It’s the same all over the Western world, I think, you Brits have monsters like that man Morrisey, always unpatriotic as you have said yourself. At least I think he’s English.

      How can Clinton really think she benefits from the support of stupid little girls like Katy Perry and dirty-mouths like Beyonce’s husband?
      I suppose they have fans but those kind of air-heads will be voting for Clinton anyway.


  • ross1948 20:56 on November 3, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Allen Weh, , conservative values, Draft-Dodgers, , , Thom Tillis, Tom Cotton, ,   

    Hey, It’s Weh! What’s Not To Like, New Mexico? 

    With the US elections almost upon us, a quick endorsement from RRA, though I don’t know if I have many readers in New Mexico.

    According to WND, the Republican candidate, retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Allen Weh, is gaining on the incumbent Democrat, Mark Udall.

    Basic policy issues divide them of course, but what makes me want to commend Weh is the stark contrast in how he perceives service to one’s country.


    U.S. Marine Corps Col. Allen Weh (Ret.)


     As WND reports, Weh is a retired United States Marine Corps colonel who was awarded a Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, three Purple Hearts and five Air Medals among other honors for his heroism in combat. Weh, 71, served the nation in uniform in Vietnam, the Gulf War, Somalia and the Iraq War.

    He is appalled by Udall’s foreign policy and military records both personally and professionally.

    “On national security, no contest,” he said. “He’s never served in uniform a day in his life. In fact in 1970, when he graduated from college, he decided to go to England to avoid service in Vietnam. That may not matter to a lot of people, but I’ll tell you what. It matters to a whole lot of Vietnam veterans.”


    And defending one’s country is not merely something needful in the past.




    Weh describes the borders as porous and directly blames the president for allowing it to happen.   http://www.wnd.com/2014/11/upset-war-hero-suddenly-threatens-to-unseat-dem-senator/

    Anyway, that’s just one of the battle-ground states, and it would be amiss not to mention two more, viz.- 

    North Carolina, where Republican Thom Tillis has an excellent record of defending decent values…

    and Arkansas, where a most duplicitous man, Mark Pryor, is facing another real conservative, Tom Cotton.

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