13. The nerve of the BBC
This has nothing to do with the Prince’s doings or his uncle’s, it has to do with his position as the Queen’s consort and in this, the Bow Group is right to call out BBC hypocrisy:
Speaking to Breitbart London, Ben Harris-Quinney, chairman of the Bow Group, the UK’s oldest conservative think tank, said that the BBC had given “thousands of hours of coverage to George Floyd’s passing and BLM, to the LGBT lobby, and other matters which consistent polling shows the British public do not support.
“It is therefore utterly bizarre that when a momentous event like the passing of Prince Philip occurs, which is an event attracting the attention of every world leader with huge global interest, the BBC should prompt people to complain after just 24 hours that there has been too much coverage of it.
“Where is the BBC website form to complain about the coverage of BLM or the promotion of the trans ideology? I think it would be a lot more popular with the public the BBC claim to represent.”
Very much so. As a “b” below in N11, I see this as an “a” calling out a “c”. It does not negate that video though.
"Great, now even monkeys can beat me at Pong!"
11. Classic case of polarisation
There was a specific reason I ran neither a eulogy nor a condemnation of Phil the Greek - I knew it would divide people into three camps:
a. God, Queen and country folk who "can't be doing with these conspiracy theories, wot," and thus completely miss the fine detail;
b. Those of the right who know about the missing coloured children, about Venice, about Diana, about all of that and have taken stick from both a and c types for decades;
c. Died in the wool lefties.
Thus various patriots have made comment on what a fine chap the Duke was and then Ripper and other thinkers and ferreters present things like this:
10. St Greta at AK Haart's
AKH uses the term 'ghastly little brat', which she is, yet in this case I'm on her side - let's postpone this thing forever.