Jul 132011

I wrote just the other day, over at Zhoosh, about the outpouring of puss that apparently constitutes an article from Brian Sewell in the Daily Hate about the Queering of Corrie and how terrible it is.

So far, so nothing new …

Then today, just before 9, BBC Breakfast had a couch moment discussing the “fact” of the controversy in the press (note: tabloids!).


There wasn’t the same degree of bile as in the Sewer Sewell piece, but merely acknowledging the campaign of hate gives that campaign a greater degree, or at least veneer, of respectability and plausibility!

It’s disappointing; these hate-mongers should be left to fester in their own putrescence not given access to even greater exposure.

Jun 012011

I really ought, by now, to know better than to read the Daily Hate.

It is, after all, the sheerest shit and fantasy. Mouthpiece for the views of the BNP/EDL/National Socialist Party. Scaremongering, anti-science, anti-humanity really.

But it still hurts my brain to see things like this:

Daily Mail Screenshot 2011-06-01 at 12.49.10 Mobiles CAN cause cancer.


Well, I find myself thinking, that’s big news. Wonder how come it hasn’t been picked up more widely. So I click through to the article …

Daily Mail Screenshot 2011-06-01 at 12.49.23







Ah. Ok.

Excellent journalistic integrity there. You jackasses!

And the stupid doesn’t stop there, oh no. The further you read, the more apparent it becomes that nothing has changed. NOTHING.

Is it possible to rule out, beyond a shadow of a doubt, a possible, potential, maybe causal link between excessive use of a mobile ‘phone and carcinogenesis? No.

Does that mean that “mobile ‘phones can cause cancer”? NO – you fucking fucks!

This shit shows, yet again, why we need a PCC with teeth, and an enforceable code of conduct for the media. Not some laissez-fucking-faire self-regulation which may as well be a circle jerk of bullshit peddling wankers for all the good it does.

Oh, and the Tea and Kittens reference? It’s all about this, and the lovely content I really should be looking at, instead of Mein Daily Kampf!