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  • ross1948 19:38 on October 21, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Stormzy', , , , Malorie Blackman, , travellers gypsies   

    BBC ‘Black History’ Band Plays On! 

    ‘Who Does This Blackman Think She Is?’


    That was my initial idea for a headline, but Malorie Blackman is merely another member of the BBC’s chorus line…



    …another ranter calling for ‘year-round black history’ in British schools.

    As arrogant as that uppity Nana from Gambia, currently located in Milton Keynes….

    ‘Black History All Year Round?’ 

    Blackman acknowledges ‘progress’ in the racialisation of the curriculum, ‘but there remained room for improvement.’

    Blackman’s a veteran in the war for multicultification…

    ….or, as UK Pravda puts it, ‘has played a significant role in diversifying children’s literature over the past 30 years, exploring race and identity issues.’

    Patriotic people might think that patriotic should do less ‘diversifying‘ and more unifying, to ensure little black children in British schools identify as little British children…



    …proud of the British imperial heritage, an achievement without which…



    ….their parents or grandparents would likely not have ended up in Britain!


    While it’s not always fair to judge people by the company they keep, we need also note that Blackman’s ‘new memoir has been published through the rapper Stormzy’s brand…’


    Or rather, ugh!

    BBC Affronts Tax-Payers AGAIN – Exalts Leftist Grime Gremlin! 

    Oh Well, That’s It, Then! Gotta Be Labour

    …yes, that ‘Stormzy,’ whose previously mentioned video – ‘tackling the troubled times we live in!’ – was about…

    ‘…people banding together to fight an oppressive regime….set in London, in the near future.’

    Ugh…and ugh again – read this.. https://inews.co.uk/news/uk/stormzy-boris-johnson-primary-school-children-piers-morgan-1345188

    But ignoring that bad man, back to Blackman.

    We still need more books from the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities, working-class authors and books from and about neuro-divergent children,” she said.  https://www.bbc.com/news/education-63291527

    Skip neuro-divergence.
    I’m sure all of us just can’t wait…

    “Travellers’ Culture?” How Dare They?


    Tonnes of rubbish dumped next to a children’s playground 

    A similar incident happened in Tooting Common last month when several tonnes of rubbish were left behind. http://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/10726911.PICTURES__Travellers_leave_behind_poo_on_children_s_slide

    ….for books about disrespecting and trashing public and private property.

  • ross1948 11:30 on October 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Stormzy', BBC Advertising BLM agitators, , ,   

    BLM – BBC’s Longest Running Free Ad Ever? 

    2.19 In territories where political advertising is prohibited, and around content where political advertising is prohibited, such advertising should not be focused on a controversial subject that is a matter of public policy, a political or industrial controversy, or a lobbying call to action. https://www.bbc.com/editorialguidelines/commercial-services

    Tiresome, turgid but that’s not deterring UK Pravda from daily repeats of the most biased, blatantly one-sided advertising…

    On Reflection…Let Those BBC ‘Big Names’ Talk On!



    BBC’s Big Lie Exposed By BLM Blabbermouth Collage!

    ‘Big Names?’ Big BLM Mouths Sing From BBC’s Song-Sheet! 

    No less than three times, over MANY months,  we have drawn attention to the ‘buffoon ‘Bubba’ Wallace, and that loud, braying lawyer who ‘represents’ one or another of the families of one or another of the unwholesome BLM ‘martyrs,’ and that La Toya woman, and a few others, all bleating their discontents….

    That was on again today, sheer blatant propaganda… 



    ..not ONE SINGLE face or voice from the millions of decent anti-BLM patriotic Americans, black or white, or any skin colour, allowed to mar the barrage of bias!

    Today, the free BLM advert immediately preceded a real treat…

    Yeah, right!

    …an interview with the abhorrent ‘Stormzy,’ courtesy of Click, which I had recently praised but now deplore.

    Overseas readers may not know about this raucous inarticulate fanatic.

    BBC Affronts Tax-Payers AGAIN – Exalts Leftist Grime Gremlin! 

    It was the BBC which decided last year that besides HM The Queen and The Argie Dope, a third Xmas Message was broadcast  – by that far-left ‘grime’ gremlin…

    Oh Well, That’s It, Then! Gotta Be Labour! 

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    Stormzy’ gained further notoriety by trying to indoctrinate school-children with his own partisan hatreds, brain-wash hogwash that the British PM is a ‘very bad man.’ https://inews.co.uk/news/uk/stormzy-boris-johnson-primary-school-children-piers-morgan-1345188


    Before that, we had a BBC-approval look at ‘fact-checkers,’ but that’s another story…Did You Check Up On BBC’s Fact-Checker!?! …so for now, I’m merely offering you a link to a fresh expose of the ‘fact-check’ industry…


    …and look at ‘Stormzy,’ whose new video is ‘tackling the troubled times we live in!’

    He is a repulsive extremist, and his video is about ‘people banding together to fight an oppressive regime….set in London, in the near future.’

    Stormzy ‘plays a version of himself.’

    Easily recognisable by his inarticulate grunting ‘rap,’ which is defined by some as ‘music’ ( fact-check required, surely?)

    ‘I’ve got so much platform…’

    Yes, ‘the south London star continues to shine…’ as the BBC twerp notes.

    • Edward Lamont 17:01 on October 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Not just once have you shown up the biased broadcaster today..


    • Richard Wright 20:56 on October 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It makes me retch every time I see that lawyer Crump, a real pushy loudmouth.


  • ross1948 21:30 on December 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Stormzy', , Far-left BBC apparatchiks, Xmas Broadcast   

    BBC Affronts Tax-Payers AGAIN – Exalts Leftist Grime Gremlin! 

    It just goes to show that if I don’t keep an eye on the BBC, their affronts to the people whom they rip off easily come and go without appropriate criticism.

    Hence yesterday I was taken aback by the BBC news reporting that besides HM The Queen and The Argie Dope, a third Xmas Message was being broadcast  – by that far-left ‘grime’ gremlin Stormzy…

    Oh Well, That’s It, Then! Gotta Be Labour! 

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    Stormzy’ with his hero


    …whom we noticed two weeks or so ago.

    The nasty leftist had already gained further notoriety by trying to indoctrinate school-children with his own partisan hatreds, brain-wash hogwash that the British PM is a ‘very bad man.’



    I’m hardly a Bojo cheer-leader, but twisting school-kids’ minds is not on!

    My initial reaction, beyond a festive curl of the lip, was disdain that the BBC was reporting the creep’s activity on some other part of the media, the most obvious suspect being Channel 4.

    Not so!

    Little did I know that he’d been made a part of the state broadcaster’s agitprop network.



    Protests had already erupted against the BBC imposing this longtime ‘fan of outgoing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’ who had ‘pledged his support for him in the December 12 General Election.’

    One Conservative MP, Steve Double, undoubtedly spoke for millions when he said the Christmas Day appointment proves that the public broadcaster has “learnt nothing” from the recent general election.’


    “I think many of us have ceased being surprised at anything the BBC. They seem to enjoy pushing an anti-Conservative agenda..I would remind Stormzy that the bible tells us to pray for our national leaders.”

    What was just as outrageous as handing the loathsome leftist a major spot on Christmas Day, I’d say, was the completely dismissive response of two very much un-elected BBC apparatchiks to the complaints of an elected legislator.

    Daisy Scalchi, specialist factual commissioning editor, said: “Stormzy has consistently celebrated his faith and spirituality through his music and we are hugely excited that he is bringing Christmas day to a close on BBC One with his reading from St Luke’s Gospel.”



    Hugh Faupel, executive producer at BBC Studios: “Every year we look for people to bring the Christmas story aliveThis year we are delighted that Stormzy accepted the invitation to retell the timeless story of the first Christmas and hopefully bring it to a new audience.”  https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/12/19/bbc-accused-anti-conservative-agenda-asking-stormzy-read-christmas/

    Who do these arrogant hirelings think they are!

    • Edward Lamont 21:40 on December 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I thought you would have something to say about this.
      The BBC is deliberately rubbing our faces in their leftist bias. Johnson was described by that ‘Grime Gremlin’ before the election as a ‘f—-ing pr—k’ and that is what those BBC Untouchables think of anyone to the right of Soubry!
      Even Maggie Thatcher was unsuccessful in bringing Pravda UK under control.
      Do you think Bojo will do better?


    • Jim Ex Jakarta 10:34 on December 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hey, Ross, you should be pleased to read this report in the British newspaper the Telegraph.
      Three quarters of people want the BBC licence fee abolished, a new poll reveals, as a former Ofcom chair called for the introduction of a subscription model.
      The survey also showed that more than six in 10 would support decriminalisation where people fail to pay the fee.

      It also said.that even more young voters than older ones want this kind of reform, so much for that Stormzy stunt!
      And you will like this too! It bears out what you keep saying.

      The new survey will only increase the pressure on the BBC, after a different poll by Savanta ComRes on Friday found it is less trusted than other broadcasters, lagging four percentage points behind ITV when on impartiality and accuracy of its news coverage..


  • ross1948 20:26 on November 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Stormzy', , Labour Corbyn, ,   

    Oh Well, That’s It, Then! Gotta Be Labour! 

    Any UK voters still to make up their minds with just a dozen and a few more days to go until the General Election must have been grateful for that letter in The Guardian this week.

    It makes dilemmas so much simpler to resolve when the distilled wisdom of one’s community is represented in irrefutable form.

    We are musicians, artists, rappers and grime MCs, and we will be voting for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party this election. 


    Any momentary hesitation about following such erudite examples must have melted away, like snow off the proverbial dry-stone-wall in a Cumbrian springtime…


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    ‘Stormzy’ with his hero


    ….when the lead signatory of the ‘Epistle of The Grimy Ones to The Electorate’ is revealed as a person who rejoices in the name of …

    Stormzy!” ‘

    ‘Stormzy?’ ‘Grime?’ ‘Rappers?’



    How come these cacophonists are not immediately called out by the many British people who still understand the correct meaning of the word ‘music?’

    BTW, has nobody else wondered about the increasing infantilisation of British life, with thousands voting to name an important ship ‘Boatie McBoatface..


    Image result for cultural collapse"

    ..and all kinds of ‘arts experts’ perennially lauding a cowardly grafitti-dauber who skulks behind the diddums name ‘Banksy!’



    • Petra Malley 20:42 on November 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If any voters are influenced by this Guardian ‘epistle’ then I pity them.
      I like classical music ( and the Eurythmics! ) but if any famous conductors or any member of any band were so presumptuous as to think their political opinions might influence my vote, I would laugh in their faces, and very possibly say something very rude, like ‘who do you think you are!’

      I do share your views on the use of baby-talk by adults.
      It’s quite acceptable when talking to babies, but people who feel they have to use it in grown-up discourse are suitable subjects for a psychologists’ seminar.


    • Damian 09:22 on November 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Rap, hip-hop, and whatever ‘grime’ might be.
      It’s an insult to music to include such talentless noise in any discussion of music.
      I tried to watch some of the videos in which that kind of ‘bands’ perform and it was a repulsive experience.
      Badly-dressed males clutching at their groins as if the noises they were making was the result of pain enanating from that area ot theit bodies.


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