The BBC doesn’t really do ‘news’ any more. Now that the organisation has become a Propaganda Station for the Bilderbergers and the World Economic Forum, the BBC website (the only bit I ever see) prefers to thrill its viewers with stories of intrepid citizens struggling with sofas stuck on staircases. So, here are some of the ‘real’ news stories which I suspect the BBC may have missed in its desperation to avoid annoying the conspirators and the collaborators. (The BBC probably didn’t have space for any of this stuff because it was too busy reporting that a lesbian who had a poster of Tina Turner on her wall was thrown out of the army in 1981, warning home owners that if their log burner didn’t satisfy the rules they could be fined £300, and reporting the important news that Michael Jackson’s nephew is to play him in a biopic. And the BBC wants £159 a year for a TV licence.
- Having been pressured by the climate change cultists into accepting the myth of global warming, the South Africans are struggling to produce enough electricity and the nation is troubled by regular power cuts. South Africa has oodles of its own coal but the nation has been strong-armed into accepting that the world is going to melt and is, therefore, struggling to produce electricity from windmills. In a country where the wind is unreliable that’s disastrous and, entirely thanks to climate change nutters, South Africa is currently close to a national state of disaster. It’s about time Black Lives Matter fans stood up for South Africans (one or two of whom are black) and told them to ignore the crazed climate change cultists.
- Here are some isolated facts. Put them into the right order and try stitching them together. First, Zelenski, the Ukranian comedian masquerading as a leader, seems happy that the current world war has extended into the Middle East and is, therefore, close to becoming a global conflict. Second, the American chief of the CIA visited Israel along with top American politicians. Third, the big Russian oil company Gazprom did a $40 billion deal with Iran. Fourth, Russian and Iranian banks have linked up and the two countries are developing a new trade route which involves India. Fifth, Israel bombed Iran – using Chinese made weapons to do so. Curiously, though as far as I know no one had said that it was, the New York Times apparently reported that this was not done to prevent Iran sending weapons to Russia.
- A generation of children was damned near destroyed (both physically and mentally) by the deadly covid jabs, the pointless masks and the lockdowns. The shutting of schools was never necessary but it gave teachers even longer holidays and union members seem to have acquired a taste for daytime television. Going on strike for more money removed the last vestige of decency from well-paid teachers. And those teachers who refused to say whether they were going to stay at home (so that their schools would be closed and they’d still be paid) showed a depth of moral depravity rarely seen in world history. Teachers who stayed at home cannot possibly give a damn about children and should all be fired.