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Saturday, 22 April 2017

Belfast TV Licensing Goon Paul Bale Caught Again


Northern Irish TV Licensing goon Paul Bale - a bit of a YouTube celebrity, having already starred in no less than five previous goon videos - has managed to land in front of the camera again.

He was visiting a property in Belfast on 18th April 2017. The occupier answered the door and quickly established that Bale was a TV Licensing goon. The occupier then nipped back inside for a camera, before returning to film Bale on the doorstep. Bale read out the address he was visiting a couple of times and then started to retreat down the street. The occupier followed Bale and sensibly kept the camera rolling, thus maintaining an accurate record of the encounter. We suspect that Bale walked straight past his own vehicle in an effort to throw his pursuer off the scent. The pair continued down the street and then Bale entered a public building in an effort to seek salvation. The occupier continued to film Bale as he tried to escape in a lift.


We do not like Bale, because he has previously been caught telling lies on camera. In his very first YouTube video, which we discussed in this earlier article, he twice denied being from TV Licensing and then denied that his car was his. Of course TV Licensing total dismisses the notion that its goons would ever act dishonestly during a visit, but the videos speak for themselves.

Legally-licence-free people, like the creator of this latest video offering, have no business with TV Licensing. They are advised to completely ignore TV Licensing - bin its letters unopened and close the door on its scummy operatives.

TV Licensing cannot be trusted.

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TV Licensing Wimp Screams Assault



If anyone is wondering why TV Licensing can fill the newspapers with reams of bullshit about goon assaults being at an all time high, then this is the reason.

A new video has emerged showing a TV Licensing goon stood in the middle of someone's living room. We do not know the circumstances of how the goon ended up inside the property, but it is very obvious that his presence is not welcomed and he is asked to leave. It is likely that the goon took it upon himself to walk through the open door when the occupier briefly turned his back to fetch a camera.

From the dialogue, which is all very convivial and not at all threatening, it is clear that the occupier attempted to usher the goon back outside the property. As the goon left the property he could be heard saying "that's assault", presumably in response to the occupier guiding him out. The occupier followed the goon outside to his vehicle, which was a black BMW 320d, registration number UUI 8293. The goon could be seen using a mobile phone inside the vehicle and he briefly opened the door to say he was phoning the police.

The video does not show the degree of contact, if any, between the goon and the occupier, but there is no evidence whatsoever of any assault taking place. At the absolute outside, the occupier may have used an open palm on the goon's back to guide him towards the door in the same way you might guide a toddler away from the sweeties in Asda. No reasonable person could ever consider such actions as an assault, particularly when the goon has already entered a person's home uninvited.

Remember that by far the safest option is to ignore TV Licensing goons completely. TV Licensing is an inherently dishonest organisation that cannot be trusted. A legally-licence-free person has no business whatsoever with TV Licensing and does not need to assist them in any way, shape or form.

Keep the door firmly closed and keep TV Licensing scum out.

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Saturday, 1 April 2017

BBC Fleecing TV Licence Holders for Millions


The BBC rakes in an extra £16m a year by forcing quarterly Direct Debit customers to pay a £5 premium on their TV licence fees.

The revelation is not new, but has come back into focus following the appearance of BBC executives Anne Bulford and Pipa Doubtfire before the House of Commons Public Accounts Select Committee last week.

The dynamic duo were appearing before the Committee to answer (not so probing) questions about the way the TV licence fee is enforced. The BBC contractor responsible for collecting and enforcing the TV licence fee, Capita Business Services Ltd, made the headlines back in March when an undercover investigation revealed (or rather confirmed) that some of its people are unscrupulous, dishonest shitbags.

The Committee expressed concern that vulnerable and disadvantaged TV licence holders, many of whom pay the fee by quarterly Direct Debit, were charged an extra £5 a year for choosing that method of payment.

Doubtfire confirmed to the Committee that the £5 premium raised an extra £16m for the BBC every year. Clearly astounded by the extent of the BBC's money grab, Meg Hillier MP responded: "Wow".

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