The media addressing difficult issues? Twice in three weeks!

Here’s a bit of last week’s ‘This Week’

Now I’m not asking you to believe Nihal.  I have no idea what the reality is, but what he says is pretty good here, good on him.  We do need that honesty in the MSM, but we need to have everyone able to raise such issues, not just those of the demographic in question.

The main point being made here is exemplified by Diane Abbott MP (Flabbott / Abbopotamus etc). She was a past Minister of some sort in the previous Labour Government.  She has a plainly racist past (recent and distant) which she tries to hide from the BBC audience. Listen to what this regular panel guest (Abbot) tries to spin…and how Andrew Neil calls her out on it. She claims that everything is fine in race and religious relations, whiteys can say what we think…like fuck. Everybody knows what happens when whitey talks about any race.

I DO NOT WANT A RACIST DISCUSSION HERE – I am well aware of the issues, if you want to raise them; do it elsewhere. (I’m just going delete any comments – don’t go there)

My point is the utter fucking hypocrisy of the media coverage of any issue regarding race, religion, immigration (regardless of colour). And how rare it is that any major show will talk about these issues. The failure of the media and politicians to address the issues of the public is what is going to detonate these issues sooner or later. This is what lead to Rotherham and all the other cities like it.  Those in charge were more worried about a backlash against minorities than they were about basic human rights justice.

This is the second incident like this in This Week in the last three weeks. This one caused a fracture in the grievance industry.

It all starts departing from the expected script following the guest’s speech starting at 5:05.  Watch from the start to see the context.

It all goes Pete because he is transparently evasive because he cannot afford to give answers on TV that will get back to his public.  Andrew rips the scumbag a new one.  (This clip is from the end of the preceding one – the money shot if you will)

And what was required to bring Abbot and Qureshi down?  Simply not allowing them to say one thing to the public via the show and another to their particular demographic.  Specifically dishonest things that encourage feelings of victimhood and oppression, used to firm up their support base.

We need honesty in the media.  I am damn sure that the UK isn’t leading on this type of covering up hypocrisy.  We are contenders though.

Once again, this post is not about the specific facts (don’t go there, this isn’t going to be a blog like that, I guarantee you), it’s about the lying of the political and media classes to the public.

In their absolute rush to get minorities and women into parliament, here we have another example of political parties having candidates selected because their face fitted the profile they wanted, rather than the looking for the best candidate on merit.

The general election is on May 7th.  UKIP has been caught up in this stuff repeatedly, now it’s the Tories’ turn.  It’s endemic in Labour.

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45 comments on “The media addressing difficult issues? Twice in three weeks!
  1. Spawny Get says:

    There’s a new post. The comments of which I will be vigilant and short tempered over, just saying. I think that the point made is good, but is open to others trying to take the discussion in directions that I won’t let stand. Caveat commentator…or something.


  2. Farm Boy says:

    We need honesty in the media.

    Indeed we do. They should ashamed of themselves.

    But they aren’t.


  3. Farm Boy says:

    The master of telling the general public one thing and his constituents something else was Arafat.

    Now he is dead and his widow wastes his ill-gotten gains in expensive Paris boutiques.


  4. Farm Boy says:

    In the US the media is hot because Netanyahu stated before the election that the US Democratic Party was meddling in the Israeli election. Of course, it was the truth, but you are not supposed to say the things that the media does not want you to say.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Farm Boy says:

    One wonders how the media live with themselves….


  6. Cill says:

    “This one caused a fracture in the grievance industry.” Well put.
    In the battle of “grievance” priorities, the SJWs have placed Muslim men above white women, a potentially fatal tactic.

    “I am damn sure that the UK isn’t leading on this type of covering up hypocrisy”
    Unfortunately this is true, but a first-glance comparison does not favor the U.K. MSM. Think the BBC. Think of the reporter who delayed his exposure of the Rotherham atrocity for 4 years because he was sensitive to the P.C. issue of Muslim men.


  7. theasdgamer says:

    New post up about how anti-rape laws are a tactic by the FI to eliminate the need for betas to protect women.


  8. Spawny Get says:

    Just watching the Channel 4 documentary mentioned in comments last week;
    “Things we won’t say about race, that are true”.

    Made by Trevor Philips who made a great living off of race, perhaps he sees a change in the market place and wants to get ahead of it?

    He’s currently talking about risk of murder, so his numbers:
    White: 9 in 1,000,000 chance of being murdered per year
    Black: 26 in 1,000,000 chance.
    75% of the black victims are murdered by black perpetrators.

    Now he says that he sat on that inconvenient fact for years in the hope that the problem would just go away. Until 7/7 (our 9/11 in 2005)…when he couldn’t answer when asked about the racial implications of the bombers being muslims grown in Britain. All of a sudden he has to say that segregation doesn’t work.

    His words, he came to realise that, “It’s not about what you want to believe, it’s about what’s true”

    Well, no shit, Sherlock,

    All of a sudden he was as welcome with the lefties as a pork chop at a vegan convention.

    Coming up to halfway through and so far, it’s quite a good, honest (finally) documentary. From this review, however, it seems I am to find the rest disappointing.
    Anyone who tells you the ‘truth’ about race is probably lying

    Finally, there was a problem of the documentary’s loose, lazy definitions. The use of word “race” implied that questions around immigration, welfare and crime are all defined by race – but that’s absurdly simplistic. When Phillips talked about race, he might more accurately have spoken about culture, religion, national origin or even class. For instance, the Rotherham abuse scandal may well have been ignored for fears of being accused of racism – but the perpetrators were in fact defined not by race but by the cultural (not religious) prejudices of a very particular part of the Asian subcontinent. Likewise, some commentators might say that Gillian Duffy was validated by the Rotherham sex abuse scandal, as Allison Pearson argues in a column praising Phillips’ show. But Duffy’s complaint to Gordon Brown was about east European immigration rather than Asian immigration. A lot working-class Britons – black, Asian and white – are concerned not with the cultural impact of immigration but the competition over jobs and services that it creates. In other words, they are troubled by demographic pressure rather than issues of identity. With its heavy emphasis upon race, Phillips’ documentary felt like it belonged to an older era when skin colour was a loud part of the national dialogue. Contemporary concerns are probably more materialistic.

    I agree that immigration isn’t primarily about race anymore. We have immigrants from 60 years ago saying that there’re too many new immigrants coming in. UKIP might be primarily white, not not exclusively. This is the people at the top shitting on the rest of us in order to get cheap labour (amongst other things).


  9. SFC Ton says:

    LOL nothing need o be said. Everyone is well aware I support mono ethnic nation states. Really I am just waiting on the rest of White folks to catch to my forefathers hundred and some odd years dead


  10. Spawny Get says:

    Not got a problem with that statement. That’s a calm statement about your private views on another issue. I have views that will remain private too.


  11. Cill says:

    Regarding the U.K. immigration issues:
    From the other side of the world, it looks as if the EU has forced the diversity disaster upon U.K. with the gleeful support of British SJWs. Would that be accurate?

    The big question is, why was it so easy for the SJWs to take control throughout the Western world? The people on the street deplore the crusade for diversity.

    My theory is, the MSM is responsible. The MSM, as the SJW’s bitch, made it possible for a bunch of fembots and fuckwits to highjack democracy. Democracy is the victim of idleness. The loopy libs are not builders or engineers, they are unproductive people who are well paid to meddle. While the productive people busied themselves with developing civilization the fembots and fuckwits took control of education and mainstream information. They have highjacked the West.


  12. Cill says:

    I should add that politicians are running scared of the MSM. Hence, via the MSM, the SJWs control governments.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Farm Boy says:

    One just has to stand up to the SJWs.

    It is a start

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Spawny Get says:

    Credible sources from within the labour Government at the time have said that they wanted to rub the noses of the right in diversity. Also the new immigrants were expected to become reliable labour voters.

    They’d also, of course, lower wages and conditions for the originals…making them more likely to be labour voters. There’s more than one reason that I want bliar swinging from a lamp post (after a fair trial, clearly). And the rest of the cabal. The EU forces the european immigration flood to continue by law. Labour additionally went fishing round the world for poor people to import. Then allowed them to bring their medieval culture here unchallenged (protected in fact)…and you get Rotherham (the documentary listed another 9 or so cities with the same issues as Rotherham).


  15. Yoda says:

    They’d also, of course, lower wages and conditions for the originals…making them more likely to be labour voters.

    Palpatine proud he would be.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Yoda says:

    Putting the selfish interests of their party above the people as a whole?
    Work in the long run this will?

    Liked by 1 person

  17. The media is not what it once was, truly unbiased and in depth, fact checked information is rare. It’s a circus, the more shocking and titalating the better!

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Farm Boy says:

    The release of a previously unseen document suggested that Labour’s migration policy over the past decade had been aimed not just at meeting the country’s economic needs, but also the Government’s “social objectives”.

    The paper said migration would “enhance economic growth” and made clear that trying to halt or reverse it could be “economically damaging”. But it also stated that immigration had general “benefits” and that a new policy framework was needed to “maximise” the contribution of migration to the Government’s wider social aims.

    The Government has always denied that social engineering played a part in its migration policy.

    I wonder what those wider social aims are…


  19. jf13 says:

    re: US media regarding Netanyahu

    It’s not just from before the election. “the White House is now engaged in a remarkably public feud with the Israeli prime minister”

    So what is supposedly so remarkable about it, other than that we know of it? We all know how Netanyahu is, and was, and ever shall be, and we all know what his base wants to hear. What is remarkable is that the media has not been as careful as in the past to reinterpret his remarks as aligning with SJW visions.


  20. Yoda says:

    No peace process there is.
    Just talk to make politicians feel good.


  21. Cill says:

    Le Pen opposes the crusade for diversity, and her star is rising.
    “France’s National Front, one of the most powerful far right parties in Europe, is eyeing significant gains against President Francois Hollande’s ruling socialists in the regional elections that began on Sunday. The Front has capitalized on anger over France’s struggling economy, as well as the politically explosive issues of immigration and the integration of Islam into French society. And the party’s leader Marine Le Pen hopes to get up a head of steam for the presidential elections in two years, in which some analysts believe she could defeat Hollande. “We’ll get stuck into the regions and then we’re off to invade the Elysee,” she declared last week. But despite Le Pen’s possible gains in popular vote, most regions are expected to be taken either by the Socialists or by former president Nicolas Sarkozy’s party, the UMP.”

    Le Pen would establish a moratorium on legal immigration, and opposes the law enabling the “regularization” of the illegal immigrants. In her view, citizenship is indivisible from nationality and rests on the equality of all people before the law. She would abolish affirmative action based on the membership of a social, ethnic or religious category.

    She opposes the euro and the eurozone. Repeat: in the presidential elections in two years, some analysts believe she could defeat Hollande. She is being taken seriously.


  22. SFC Ton says:

    What folks should now about immigration and race in the usa is…..

    it is an extension of intra White ethnic clashes that extend back to the old world. Ulster Scots, and English in the north of England settled the South, yankees come from southern England and God only knows where else. Any rate yankees used race and immigration as weapons against the South and have been for generations now. Albion’s Seed gets into that a little bit

    Also White folks should down load the book Color of Crime…. and of course read the Bell Curve


  23. Spawny Get says:

    The only book likely to teach me anything is the history one. Can we drop the other two?


  24. SFC Ton says:

    Drop how? not interested in a debate but its all info men should know… the more un-PC some bit of knowledge is the more important it is to know and understand

    Also, sorry Bloom the media has never been an honest agent. never


  25. Yoda says:

    Also, sorry Bloom the media has never been an honest agent. never

    For 800 years monitored media I have.
    Ebbs and flows it does.
    But totally honest never it is.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Yoda says:

    This is what happens when you tell scum that they’re the good guys.

    To stupid to realize differently they are.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Spawny Get says:


    Traditional parenting is being drowned out by “gay rights sharia”, the respected journalist Charles Moore has said. Commenting on the recent spat between fashion designers Dolce and Gabbana and Elton John over the rights of gay parents to have children, Mr Moore opined that the holding of socially conservative views is now “teetering on the edge of criminality”.


  28. I hardly know right now what to make of my personal world, much less the larger world. I have been reading all weekend about the ex’s mo and how it dovetails into my being who I am (too nice, too trusting, too open) and I am in a quandary – how not to lose the best parts of me while also not being played like a fiddle. How did I not see this???? Ug!


  29. Farm Boy says:

    how not to lose the best parts of me while also not being played like a fiddle.

    Listen to the sharp people here on this site.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Spawny Get says:

    That’s kind of like the nice guy quandary. Not that he’s found attractive by many women until they’re desperate for beta bucks. Do you want to write a post here? Start a discussion. Clearly you have a blog, but if you want to pitch it at this gang to get some thoughts, then you might get something for home. Up to you. Farm Boy and Cill have better timezones to start the post for you. Moff ter bed soon.

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Sure, I am no hurry to write up my thoughts on stuff. I would like other people to post in order to spread them out. Bloom is welcome here.


  32. Farm Boy says:

    New post is up


  33. @ spawney I will ponder it, although I am not sure what to write or how I feel. It’s far from wrapped up w a tidy bow. I am purposely not writing about this on my blog because I am not sure if he is monitoring that. From what I read this type can be rediculously vindictive. I don’t want to trigger that. I just want him to move on so I can heal in peace. He already thinks its all me anyway, best to let him believe I do too. Any less will only trigger full wrath. I don’t need it.


  34. Farm Boy says:

    You don’t necessarily have to write about him

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Spawny Get says:

    I sent you an invite to your blog’s email address. It’s up to you. As Farm Boy says, it can be more philosophical than immediately personal…


  36. Farm Boy says:


    We could start that series “What a young lady needs to know” that I mentioned previously

    Liked by 1 person

  37. You guys ate awesome, truly. At the moment I am just trying to lay low and navigate a soft landing. Once I feel the heat is off, maybe then. For now I plan to lay low and make no waves. He’s right. He deserves more. Happy to reinforce that. I am not worthy (of his bs). But I also know this guy unfortunately knows how the system works and could rain all kinds of s#it down on me, not to mention I am sure he could violate my secutity in minutes thanks to his training. It’s pretty scary. I am happy to feed his ego and let him think I will never fina another like him… And I hope I never do. (Shudder)


  38. I hope that doesn’t come off as my thinking all men are ebul. Trust me I don’t. However I would rather be safe than sorry. Besides the le background, his brother is also head of the bureau that regulates my industry in my state. I do not need to get on his bad side, I just need to fade away…

    Liked by 1 person

  39. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny Get,
    I don’t think that anyone out there has the requisite political courage to address these issues. We may have to wait for a crisis.

    Low profile is a good idea. In the meanwhile, you are amoung friends here.

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  40. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    “The media is not what it once was, truly unbiased…”

    The media was never unbiased. It did enjoy a stretch when it was uncontested, though.


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