BBC Newsnight hit by PIW (Politically Incorrect Water)

For years the BBC have carried what seemed to be an endless propaganda campaign on global warming. I gave up complaining when they falsely called us “deniers” but I can never forgive them for likening those of us who are rightly sceptical of “data” coming from the eco-zealots running NASA to paedophiles. Even for the Biased Broadcasting Company that has become a beacon of bigotry on subjects as wide ranging as Global warming to Scottish Independence (which I disagree with) and Brexit (which I agree with), that was a new low.

So, you can imagine I have been delighted to read the tweets from a well known Scottish BBC presenter Kirsty Wark who is now stuck on a train going no where.



Is that snow I see? No it can’t be snow! According to the BBC, that snow disappeared years ago and anyone denying that is a global warming denier.

No that’s not snow – it’s merely politically incorrect water.

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9 Responses to BBC Newsnight hit by PIW (Politically Incorrect Water)

  1. TinyCO2 says:

    Good. I hope she’s really inconvenienced. The BBC staff need to be retaught what cold feels like,

    On a less positive note it looks like an El Nino is in the offing this year.

    • Scottish-Sceptic says:

      If I were a betting man I’d go for La Nina, because everyone will be predicting El Nino and there will be good odds on La Nina AND there’s a good chance of La Nina.

      • TinyCO2 says:

        Gaia IS a bit of a contrary thing. She does enjoy making moves in one direction and then rushing back the other way when people have made claims.

        Last year’s La Nina seemed a cert at one point but it sort of went flat when it should have grown.

        • Scottish-Sceptic says:

          Our snows now about 8-12 inches deep and its still snowing. We live about 10minutes from Glasgow city centre but people have been taking an hour getting here from the motorway. The windows of the house next door are half covered with blown snow. All the schools are off, most people are not even trying to get into work and we’ve got another 4 days of weather warnings.

        • TinyCO2 says:

          It’s only a light covering here but it rarely snows in Warrington. It’s in a bit of a sweet spot for weather, sheltered by the sea, Wales and the Pennines.

  2. Stephanie Willetts says:

    And It’s nothing like as bad as the winters of 47 and 63….but yeah subject is Biased Broadcasting Company….the propaganda bureau and their leftist bullying interviewers forcing their own opinions at us with their stupid questions that are really ‘is it not true that…. insert falsehood]’

  3. Patrick Healy says:

    We will wait till kingdom come to see that bloated biased corporation eat humble pie.
    Why should they when all the people in parliament are in thrall to them
    Btw, here in Tayside we only watch the local 1800 hour news from Grampian. It is only slightly better than the other one, as it regularly regurgitates the global warming meme.
    It was quite amusing last night as they had a reporter at Blairgowrie interviewing a seasoned gritter driver who had to turn back from trying to open the road to the skifields as there “was too much snow” the likes of which he had never seen in his career.
    Bear in mind that some numptie told us a while back that no one should invest in Scottish ski infrastructure as we would have no more snow due to global warming

    • TinyCO2 says:

      I can never understand the Tories affections for the BBC. They buy into the BBC’s self opinion that it is quality TV for quality people. They don’t want to be the one that says that the BBC emporer is naked.

      I think that they’re fans of the BBC drama/documentary output and addicted to the political. They keep hoping that they won’t be the butt of the BBC’s output, but they always will be. It’s time they saw the BBC as a big an enemy as Labour.

  4. Doonhamer says:

    It would take a heart of stone………..
    Still, I am sure that she is trolling up and down that train making sure her fellow passengers are all right. But maybe only if they are all left?

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