Tuesday, March 22, 2016

'Jeremy Kyle is cancelled for this Belgian nonsense?' Fans' fury as chat show is pushed aside by Brussels attacks that killed dozens 


Some Jeremy Kyle fans have been slammed on Twitter after complaining today's episode of the show was cancelled in order to cover the Brussels attacks.
At least 34 people have died after a series of attacks across the Belgian city, including a suicide bomb attack at the airport which struck near the American Airlines check-in desk at 8am.
ITV decided to cancel the popular daytime talk show in order to stay with its flagship breakfast programme, Good Morning Britain, and provide coverage of the on-going terror attack.
ITV decided to cancel popular daytime talk show Jeremy Kyle in order to stay with its flagship breakfast programme, Good Morning Britain, and provide coverage of the on-going terror attack (file image)
ITV decided to cancel popular daytime talk show Jeremy Kyle in order to stay with its flagship breakfast programme, Good Morning Britain, and provide coverage of the on-going terror attack (file image)
One Twitter user with the screen name @ChelseyNVOXO wrote: 'Erm why isn't Jeremy Kyle on? They've been showing the same thing all morning. It's boring now'
One Twitter user with the screen name @ChelseyNVOXO wrote: 'Erm why isn't Jeremy Kyle on? They've been showing the same thing all morning. It's boring now'
But Jeremy Kyle fans were not impressed and some took to Twitter to complain about the decision.
Although many appeared to be trolls who deliberately write provocative and disturbing comments online, a worrying number appeared to be genuinely incensed that the show was not on.
One Twitter user with the screen name @ChelseyNVOXO wrote: 'Erm why isn't Jeremy Kyle on? They've been showing the same thing all morning. It's boring now.'
She added: 'Also it's in Brussels so why do we need to know about it lol.'
Some Jeremy Kyle fans have been slammed on Twitter after complaining today's episode of the show was cancelled in order to cover the Brussels attacks
Some Jeremy Kyle fans have been slammed on Twitter after complaining today's episode of the show was cancelled in order to cover the Brussels attacks
When others responded to her callous tweets she replied: 'How does it affect England? If a terror attack happened in England I doubt Brussels would care. 
'But at the same time it doesn't affect me, it's a shame yeah but still. Sorry for not giving a s*** about something that doesn't affect me.'
As more and more people asked her if she was being serious, she wrote: 'Dead bodies was the last thing I wanted to see at 8 in the morning. Also why am I going to care about people I don't even know?'
A woman named Olivia Lavelle wrote: 'I'm extremely sad about Brussels but why have ITV not played Jeremy Kyle my one highlight of the day.'
A man going by the name of David Edwards added: 'Seriously? There's no Jeremy Kyle due to this Belgian nonsense. FFS.' 
Medics help passengers buried in the debris that filled the terminal  after the blasts at Brussels Airport today
Medics help passengers buried in the debris that filled the terminal after the blasts at Brussels Airport today
The Lorraine Kelly show was also cancelled after just a few minutes to allow GMB's breaking coverage to continue. 
The BBC also pulled their planned morning show schedule to continue their news coverage of the explosions.
Witnesses in Brussels described apocalyptic scenes with blood and 'dismembered bodies everywhere' after two blasts rocked the city's airport terminal at around 8am (7am GMT), killing at least 14 people and injuring 35 others.
Then 79 minutes later at 9.19am at least 20 people were killed and 55 injured, some critically, when a blast hit a Metro station just 400 metres from the EU headquarters in the city centre.
Two suspects were arrested (pictured) a mile from the Maelbeek metro station at around 11am as hundreds of troops and police flooded the streets of Brussels in the hunt for members of the terror cell
Two suspects were arrested (pictured) a mile from the Maelbeek metro station at around 11am as hundreds of troops and police flooded the streets of Brussels in the hunt for members of the terror cell
At least 20 people were killed and 55 injured when a blast hit a Metro station just 400 metres from the EU HQ
At least 20 people were killed and 55 injured when a blast hit a Metro station just 400 metres from the EU HQ
At the airport, there were reports of a firefight between police and the attackers who shouted in Arabic moments before detonating their bombs.
An unexploded suicide vest was later found in the rubble and a Kalashnikov rifle beside the body of a dead terrorist.
The blasts, which detonated near the American Airlines and Brussels Airlines check-in desks, sent shockwaves through the terminal building, shattering windows and knocking roof tiles off the ceiling as terrified passengers ran for their lives.
The explosions have left countries worldwide reeling, with security placed on high alert, flights cancelled, Eurostar services suspended and France's border with Belgium shut down.
Two suspects were arrested a mile from the Maelbeek metro station at around 11am as hundreds of troops and police flooded the streets of Brussels in the hunt for members of the terror cell.
Soldiers have been also been deployed at the airport and other key locations across Brussels as Belgium raised security to its maximum level.
The bombings come just a day after the Belgium Interior Minister warned of possible revenge attacks after the arrest of Paris massacre suspect Salah Abdeslam in the city on Friday. 
 
NWN: Whatever one's views on all this 'terror' stuff and the why's and wherefores of the so called 'war on terror'. The intelligence (or lack of) of a lot of British people shocks us.We are surprised that gobshite Jeremy Kyle, has indeed got any fans !

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Geert Wilders For Breitbart: ‘We Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet’



http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/03/22/geert-wilders-speaks-to-breitbart-on-brussels/

Anonymous said...

Brussels Attacks Fuel Debate Over Migrants in a Fractured Europe.



http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/23/world/europe/belgium-attacks-migrants.html?_r=0

Anonymous said...

Blast damage depicted signals once more military grade explosives.
Just like 7/7.

Berkeley live.....................