To date there has been an absolute complete media blackout on the Panodrama story. Tommy’s released a number of teaser videos which have all had hundreds’s of thousands of views within hours. As I said on Twitter: still the total mainstream media blackout. They are DESPERATE for the clicks and views these videos will get, but they daren’t take part in shaming the BBC. How long before someone breaks?
Well they didn’t break, they used a different tactic. The Sun came up with a counter punch. Normally they have these stories sitting on the bench. I don’t believe for one minute that The Sun managed to get hold of Tommy’s private messages to a private chat with his mates all of a sudden. It would be far more normal that they secured the videos a while back.
The bit that puzzles me is how does the co-ordination happen? How do all the supposedly independent and fiercely competitive UK news sources all decide, with absolute lock step rigour, that nobody will even mention Tommy’s forthcoming exposé of the BBC or the public demonstration in Manchester on Feb 23rd for which people are already making travel plans! Any collusion perhaps?
Obviously the far-left, hate crowd are crowing about the contents of Tommy’s drunken banter with his mates but it’s all to no avail. This won’t land any blows on Tommy with those who support him, it won’t sway many neutrals against him and, right at this moment, it is driving traffic to his own Panodrama videos.
Here’s Tommy’s explanation video cut with elements of the teasers for the Panodrama takedown of Panorama that’s coming on Feb 23rd on a giant screen outside the BBC’s offices in Manchester. While trying not to cover Tommy’s news, and pushing out more fake news drama about a typical British lad getting drunk and drunkenly bantering with his mates, they’ve done exactly what they set out not to do: publicise Panodrama.
Tommy Robinson has caught the BBC’s premiere, flagship investigative news program, Panorama, trying to fabricate a hit piece on him. In reply he has set them up: they came to interview him and he turned the tables on them. He will reveal all his footage on February 23rd on a giant screen outside their offices in Manchester, for now he’s releasing little snippets.
Background videos, Tommy Robinson and BBC Panorama
John Sweeny of Panorama sharing his views on what it’s like to meet a white, working class man in a green room at the BBC: a cannibal Amazonian or something from outer space.
Here’s Tommy, toward the end of the big reveal in the trap he set for the BBC where they thought they were coming to interview him and he turned the tables on them. He’s asking why the far-left, Soros and UK Government funded hate organisation “Hope not Hate” was present at some of the interviews conducted by the BBC for the making of this “independent” act of journalism. Watch the stunned silence from the producers.
It’s hard to tell which “science” is more often wrong: economic forecasting or climate forecasting. Predict, 165,000 – get 304,000. Epic fail.
Every month economists make forecasts about all sorts of things. They use complex computer models filled with invented algorithms into which they feed observations of market movements and any other data they can lay their hands on. At the end the spit out predictions. Which are, pretty regularly, epic fails. Just because the outcome is better than expectation, missing with a prediction by 100% makes that original prediction completely useless and anyone who took action based on that prediction looks like a fool.
The claims made by computer modelling climate “scientists” are usually set much further into the future. So when they fail so epically, the “scientists” have usually spent the intervening years massaging their models to hide how much of an epic fail their entire branch of “science” has been.
The only thing worse than either climate forecasting or economic forecasting, is making economic policies based on climate forecasts.