Craig and I are always complaining about the limitations of this website. One day we’ll get round to doing something about it. It seriously needs a re-jig I know.
In the olden days (when Biased-BBC was magenta) one of the best features was the ‘unread comments’ facility. You could see, instantly, if anyone had added anything new, even to virtually defunct threads. None of that cumbersome scrolling through on the off-chance.
HaloScan is defunct as well, which is a bit of a shame, because there was some good stuff on there, much of which is permanently down the memory hole. (AFAIK)
This blog, however, makes accessing all the comments as awkward as possible, and if someone did stick a belated something or other on the end of an ancient thread you’d never know. But now you can. (Just this once) A US based reader has H/Td this November 2015 thread, Takeaway messages, which in turn links to the previous one: Islam for dummies, and this comment.
Note that these posts were written Before Cologne. B.C., one could say. They address the BBC’s relentlessly PC approach to immigration and its sentimental, sanitised portrayal of Muslim immigrants. The BBC can only see Muslims as victims and non-Muslims as racists.
This particular FOOC by Tim Whewell was about the district of Brussels called Molenbeek, otherwise known as ‘Jihad central’.
Both threads attracted a healthy number of comments. Do check them out.