“The head of paramilitary group Wagner has slammed claims by the Russian defence ministry it had killed 1,500 Ukrainian soldiers in two days as ‘absurd science fiction’.
Yevgeny Prigozhin, whose mercenary troops have spent months fighting in Bakhmut on behalf of the Kremlin, has poured scorn on his country’s establishment after it claimed to have thwarted a second major offensive in Donetsk.
Ukrainian forces have advanced in Novodonetske by up to five or six kilometres, local reports suggest, as officials claim ‘fierce battles are going on’ for control of the settlement.
Western sources have claimed that despite having to face hundreds of miles of entrenched Russian troops, the defences manned by Vladimir Putin’s troops could be ‘more fragile than thought’.“
In the end, Russia has several times —perhaps many times— the number of both reserves and fresh recruits, potentially. It also has, should it choose to use them, tactical and even strategic nuclear weapons.
The Russian economy is strong, despite Western sanctions, whereas Ukraine’s economy is on its back, and the Kiev regime is only functioning because the EU, NATO etc continue to supply arms, ammunition, military training, medical supplies, cash, and food to the Ukrainian forces and civilian population.
“World leaders may have just two years left to tame artificial intelligence before computers become out of control, the Prime Minister’s AI taskforce adviser has warned.
It follows fears that humanity could lose control of super-intelligent systems, or that AI could launch novel cyberattacks or threaten democracy by propagating mass disinformation.
He added that the ‘existential risk’ is ‘what happens once we effectively create a new species – an intelligence that is greater than humans’.
A group of 350 experts last week signed a statement warning that AI needed to be treated as a threat on a par with nuclear weapons or a pandemic.
Asked whether it was possible to stop AI from becoming cleverer than humans, Mr Clifford said: ‘It’s certainly not inevitable. However, the reason people are starting to get worried, even the people making these systems… is that the rate of progress we’ve seen over the last two or three years has been pretty striking.
‘I think what the signers of the letter are saying is we’re on an exponential… these systems are getting more and more capable at an ever increasing rate.
‘And if we don’t start to think now about how to regulate, how to think about safety, then in two years’ time, we’ll be finding that we have systems that are very powerful indeed.’“
Suddenly, everyone is waking up to this, but it may already be too late.
Both sides are blaming the other, but the flood affects far more the southern, Russian-held, bank of the river, which is lower-lying. Also, the flood may deprive the Crimea, Russian-held and where over 90% of the inhabitants are Russian, of water.
On those bases, it seems more likely that the forces of the Kiev regime (with or without NATO help) are responsible, but that cannot be confirmed as yet.
A report published yesterday — hundreds of pages of devastating detail from experts at Johns Hopkins University in the U.S. and Lund University in Sweden — concluded the supposed benefits of lockdown were ‘a drop in the bucket’ when compared to the costs. Or, as I would put it, they were like burning down your house to get rid of a wasps’ nest.
This report (in fact a revised version of an earlier document first issued in May 2022) will shock many Lockdown enthusiasts by saying that closing the country saved as few as 1,700 lives in England and Wales in spring 2020.“
Quite. (and “lockdown” is still, indirectly, killing millions worldwide; that’s even leaving aside the mortal dangers and other side-effects from the “vaccines”).
The pro-“lockdown”, pro-facemask loonies are still out there, waiting for another chance to express their psychological problems (disguised as personal or social concern etc).
Rowan Atkinson was and remains right, but what he neglected to add, or perhaps did not foresee, speaking as he did in 2012, was that, in the succeeding decade or so, the Israel lobby, aka “Jewish lobby” or “Zionist lobby”, would carry on a relentless “lawfare” campaign to repress free speech in the host country (in this case, the UK). The instances cited above illustrate the point.
All too typical. I have a similar complaint. A few months ago, some feral untermensch stole one of the wheels of my car while it was parked overnight. The police were useless, and indeed not even responsive in any but the most superficial way, despite a certain amount of evidence having been given to them.
My insurers were at first also useless, almost impossible to contact and, when contacted, unwilling to make the calls back that they promised. I had to threaten them with either a small claim or the Insurance Ombudsman before they usefully responded (once energized by a kick in the rear, they did pay up).
Then, a month or so later, and adding insult to injury, it turned out that not only the same police force but the very same policeman whose team should have been investigating the theft from me as well as other similar incidents in the same neighbourhood, was actually spending at least some of his time snooping on the content of this blog! I can say no more at present (please refer to my statement published in the blog post dated 29 May 2023).
Why does nothing work properly in the UK anymore? Police, insurers, the legal system, the NHS, Parliament, banks, the educational system, you name it.
At some level, I think that it is deliberate; getting British people used to lower standards in all areas. “None dare call it conspiracy”…
Incidentally, I was out in the car rather early today, around 0600 hrs. Just noticing the state of the roads, including a rural A-road. Appalling. Potholes, deep ridges in the tarmac, generally poor surfacing. Jesus Christ! This country is throwing away billions on the Jewish regime in Ukraine, on sheltering and feeding unwanted migrant-invaders, on all manner of stupid and pointless schemes, yet cannot maintain even the road system for the British people. We really do need a social-national revolution.
Yes, maybe, but there is no real alternative. At present, and since at least 2005, the unemployed, disabled, sick etc have been forced to jump through more and more hoops in order to get a tiny amount of income as well as other help (housing etc). I have been advocating “UBI” or Basic Income for years, and have been thinking about it for decades.
AI, robotics etc mean that (as Marx predicted), eventually the mass of people will have no jobs and so (in most cases) no income tied to those jobs. The result will be that the people without jobs will be unable to buy even necessities. The only solution to that situation will be to free income from being tied to work. Basic Income.
There are dangers associated with Basic Income, as Icke says, but to my mind there is no alternative to such a scheme.
“Labour was last night accused of declaring ‘class war on Middle Britain’ over shock plans to slash public services in affluent areas.
The radical plans, included among draft proposals for Labour‘s Election manifesto, would extend equality laws covering race, age, gender, disability and sexuality to include ‘the inequality of social class’.
…given very low growth in public spending, the Harman plans ‘would certainly require real cuts to the services provided in more affluent parts of a council’s area’.
And that, he warned, could lead to a collapse in the middle classes’ faith in the state, raising the prospect of a new class of ‘tax refuseniks’.”
An opportunity for social nationalism in the affected areas.
Cambridge University is a nest of anti-Europeanism.
Ireland has far more migrant-invaders than cows by now, at a guess.
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If that is true (surely not?), then we really are in the antechamber of the Third World War.
Leni Riefenstahl— Olympia
Germany, despite having been mired in depression, poverty, and decadence in the early 1930s, was able to stage that magnificent spectacle in 1936, after only three years of National Socialism.
Nature/nurture? You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear…
Tweeter “Suzie Wong” manages, in typical Twitter fashion, to make herself look absolutely ignorant.
Interesting. I rather like Turkey, and have been there several times, both to the mainland and (once) to Turkish North Cyprus. On my last visit, in 2001, everything was pleasantly inexpensive for someone with hard currency. Even cheaper now, it seems. I drove to Turkey from the UK, and back again. Hazardous at times, but a good trip overall. I was there three months, mostly spent in and around Fethiye (Mediterranean coast).
Only one thing now matters— that a core of white Northern Europeans can create a basis or foundation for a later culture and civilization which can itself in turn be a foundation for a quantum leap in human evolution.
Reminiscent of the early 1970s BBC Play for Today called The Year of the Sex Olympics. It must be true— all fact is preceded by fiction…
In fact, I see now that Wikipedia says that The Year of the Sex Olympics was made in 1968, then re-broadcast in 1970 in The Wednesday Play slot, and not the quite similar Play for Today format. That must have been when I saw it.
As for the latest Swedish craziness, I predicted it or similar on the blog a few times, referencing the latest UK TV pleb-fests such as Love Island (I admit that I have never actually seen that).
“Unsuspecting people are being accosted, threatened and ‘reverse robbed’ on Britain’s high streets as part of a sinister new ‘prank’ trend being nurtured by algorithms on websites like YouTube and TikTok across the world.“
The chaotic shambles of post-colonial Africa…(in this case Nigeria, 63 years after “independence”).
Incidentally, 200,000 naira is worth just under £350.
The Kiev regime is not going to negotiate a peace.
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For “Jack Monroe” to be invited onto BBC Question Time just reinforces how irrelevant and sleazily corrupt the BBC (and much of the msm bubble) now is.
Much of the pro-“Jack Monroe” stuff on Twitter (apart from that posted by her, under pseudonyms) consists of “the Tory Government is evil and corrupt and gave billions in contracts to cronies, so why single out poor “Jack Monroe”, who only picks a pocket or two, only trolls her critics, who has only defrauded donors, and who only begs money from genuinely poor and vulnerable people, money that she spends or has spent on booze, drugs, and online purchases of all sorts?“.
“Jack Monroe” is but a small part of a wave of lies and fakery that has swamped our culture for several decades. Not just online “grifters” such as Melissa Hadjicostas/”Jack Monroe”, “Supertanskiii”, Rachael Swindon (not as bad as the others, arguably), “Man Behaving Dadly”, Mike Stuchbery (antifa cheerleader and mentally-odd anti-free-speech type), “Dr.” Louise Raw, and many many others, but also political figures (prominent among which would be “Boris” Johnson, of course) and the msm-promoted “real world” “activists” such as Greta Nut.
It goes beyond even individuals, to beliefs and “causes”: “global warming”/climate change via “emissions”, “Black Lives Matter”, migrant-invaders as something somehow positive, “Ukraine”, “Covid”, “Covid” “vaccines”, UK “austerity” 2010-2023, “UK terror threat” from podcasters and tweeters such as Sven Longshanks and others, etc. The tendency of large-scale falsehood might be traced back to the still-flourishing “holocaust” and “anti-Nazi” farrago. History as mixed fact and fakery with, often, more fakery than fact.
Talking of “Sven Longshanks”, the political prisoner, his resettlement fund (to help him get back on his feet when he is released next year) remains open:
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“Jack Monroe” stands out from the other two mentioned because she is a fake front or facade, with nothing behind it except her appalling “recipes”. Maugham is a barrister, and had a career, apparently lucrative, in that field before becoming an online personality. Owen Jones too, was known as scribbler on socio-political issues before he became a kind of msm/online caricature of himself.
“Jack Monroe” is actually more than a mere fake and “grifter”; she is a classic criminal type, psychologically (in my admittedly “non-expert” opinion), and who in other circumstances might have been (again, in my “non-expert” opinion) a career criminal, terrorist, or even something worse. She strikes me as being a dangerous woman. I think that the police should (at long last) start looking at both her fraudulent activity and her repeated organization of harassment against her critics.
Needless to say, the BBC etc should not allow her onto shows such as Question Time (which publicity wrongly validates her).
The worst of it is that, thanks to (LGBTQXYZ? Cocaine-abusing?) friends or contacts at the BBC, which contacts got her onto Question Time yesterday, “Jack Monroe” now has yet more msm “validation”, and many more ignorant mugs will probably be sucked into sending her cash via Patreon etc.
Having said that, and as Abraham Lincoln said, “you can fool some of the people some of the time but not all of the people all of the time“. I notice that the number of Patreon mug donors sending cash to “Jack Monroe” is, as of today, 404, less than half of the number donating last year, and fewer than were donating even a month ago.
The tweets above attracted a host of “Jack Monroe” admirers to attack the tweeters. The admirers tend to be men (sometimes also women) of a certain age, and who want to “white knight” for the fraud/grifter. Pathetic.
As blogged previously, I see few if any young people taking “Jack Monroe” at face value; also, few if any ethnic minority people. I have speculated in the past that the latter probably know too much about real poverty or struggle, and /or look upon the swill “Jack Monroe” puts out as “recipes” with disdain or horror.
What I find incredible about the naivety of so many on Twitter is that they have been applauding the mediocre soundbite-uttering of “Jack Monroe” on Question Time as if it were some brilliant exposition of the horrible flaws of the “Conservative” governments of the past 13 years. In reality, she said (from what I have seen on Twitter) nothing new, nothing at all.
Appearing on Question Time and tweeting a bit about the “Tories” does not qualify as (serious) “campaigning“, by the way.
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If Question Time is worth retaining (which I doubt), this is the kind of person who should be on it, despite my not agreeing with Patten on everything. Not “Jack Monroe, not Jess Phillips. Etc.
Jesus Christ! People are apparently sad about the fact that hugely overpaid ****-up, Phillip Schofield, has had to retire? I have to say that I never liked him anyway, though I never watch morning TV, but I had seen him on TV here and there.
People now are (or pretend to be) terribly upset about nothing, but often are not at all concerned about far greater matters.
Leaving aside the Martin Amis news (which for me was not in any way major), Britain started to go wrong in the Thatcher era of the 1980s, and started to slide steeper downhill from, particularly, the Blair-Brown years. The UK may be still a bit of a “toytown” or “poundland” dystopian police state, but it gets darker all the time. It does not even have the saving grace of most police states— low (real) crime.
Britain in 2023.
Well said. Russia is a major power, a major nuclear power. If the Zelensky regime thinks that that is an irrelevance, then anything could happen.
“A former US police officer who was threatened with rape and death when she confronted a group of local yobs has said she fears British society is becoming as lawless as her former beat in Louisiana.
Angela Flynn hit the headlines yesterday when it emerged her husband Michael had been sacked from his teaching job after posting on Facebook about an incident in which a gang of youngsters tried to steal a bike from their front garden and said they would attack his wife when she rumbled them.”
Unsurprising that Britain is descending into lawlessness, when silly little plods in the UK spend time snooping on socio-political tweets and blog posts rather than doing their proper job(s)…
For hundreds of years, it was Konigsberg, and part of East Prussia. German.
UK still at no.5? Interesting. I suppose that that is based mainly on Trident.
Support James Allchurch, “Sven Longshanks”, who is now a political prisoner.
“Jack Monroe”, outright fraudster and online “grifter”, invited onto BBC Question Time! It really highlights the contempt that the System bubble has for the British public. That woman stole from genuinely needy people in order to rent and then buy property, and in order to drink herself silly and snort cocaine constantly, not to mention buy new furniture, Tiffany earrings, even —apparently— a Damien Hirst painting or drawing.
Incidentally, I see that, as of today, 406 utter mugs are still funding “Jack Monroe” via the Patreon website. About 30 fewer than a month or two ago, and even fewer than this time last year (when about 850 idiots were paying out) but 406 donors still means that “Jack Monroe” is getting between £1,421 and £17,864 each and every month from that source alone. Probably around £3,000 in cash. Not bad for doing absolutely nothing…
Britain is so dystopian and disordered now that almost nothing makes sense in the public realm. As for Question Time, it hardly even merits the designation “tired”. Completely lame. Completely pointless.
Talking about “disordered Britain”, juxtapose these: “Sven Longshanks” gets 2.5 year sentence for talking about Jews on his Albion Radio podcasts, but some loony actually stormed into the home (the gated garden, anyway) of the actor Benedict Cumberbatch, threatened the actor and his family verbally, while waving a knife, as well as damaging plants etc, and was sentenced to— a fine of £250!
This country has pretty much gone mad.
By that, I mean the legal system, police, msm etc. Many of the British people see what is happening, even some of why it is happening, but have no power.
Russian forces must hit strategic military and infrastructure targets, not civilians.
Once such laws are passed, in any country, the Jew-Zionist element abuses them via “lawfare” to shut down free speech.
As fraudster and “grifter”, “Jack Monroe” is in a league of her own.
The James Bond character was of course absurd, albeit brilliantly so, and Ian Fleming knew very little about real intelligence work, despite having been made, via his family connections, Personal Assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence (and given an instant naval officer rank) during WW2: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Fleming#Second_World_War).
Fleming was an early example of the type of which we now see frequently, especially in UK politics. Talked a good game, full of unmerited confidence (born of his family money, Eton education etc), but pretty ignorant, and more of a bullshitter than anything.
Having said that, the James Bond character of Fleming’s books, twisted and moulded by the film-makers, took on a life of its own (the James Bond of the books is a rather unpleasant and bitter character, more like Fleming himself, in fact).
The films, at first very loosely based on the Fleming books (though later not based on any books) have become, over about 60 years, a quite major industry; they reflected, however distortedly, a definite Englishness. Now, like England itself, the James Bond concept and character has pretty much been stamped out of shape. A pity, in a way.
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“Affected“, not “effected“. Never mind. The point is made.
A step in the right direction, but only when the Zionist and pro-Israel lobby is confronted and defeated can there be free speech again in the UK. The Jew-Zionist lobby is the primary anti-free-speech concentration in this country.
In other words, (((the usual suspects))).
Talking about Sven Longshanks (James Allchurch), it is good to see his resettlement fund growing:
Putin and the ruling circles in Moscow may now have to consider whether they will actually need the city of Kiev intact at the end of this war.
War is horrible, and had this war been planned and executed properly from the start, it would have ended after a few weeks with complete Russian victory, and with relatively slight harm done. Now, it may have to end with the ancient city of Kiev again being levelled (as also happened —in central areas— in 1943).
Come what may, Russia now has to fight on until it achieves victory, even if that victorious end is bitter.
To the bitter end…
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On another aspect of the present conflict, I see that the pound sterling now buys about 100 Russian roubles. When I was last in Moscow, in 2007, the (tourist) rate was a fifth of that, 1:20.
Having said that, the mass of the Russian population is as good as unaffected by the long-term slide of the rouble. As I have blogged previously, Russia could even survive quite well as an autarky, and that is not presently necessary, because trade between Russia and much of the world has not only continued but expanded. China, of course, is key.
..as I and many others said long before (in my case, 15+ years before) “Boris”-idiot rose effortlessly (?) to his high position.
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For me, the whole “Partygate” thing is a classic Westminster Bubble pseudo-scandal, and in any case the “pandemic” was a “panicdemic”, if not a “scamdemic”; but, having said that, it is remarkable the extent to which decent administration and governance has vanished from the UK in the years since both Government and Opposition became packed with Jews, Indians, Middle Easterners of various kinds, and blacks. Co-incidence?
It must be a grave temptation for Putin and his group to say, simply, “**** it!” and fire all nuclear missiles at the USA, London, Kiev, Warsaw, Tel Aviv etc. Fortunately for Europe, Putin is far more measured than that.
Sometimes, “liberation” and “a desert” are not far apart, as Tacitus noted (more or less) over 2,000 years ago.
Let us hope that Europe as a whole does not look like that in 2030…
If I were Putin, that is one task I would delegate.
It seems obvious to me that today’s attack on Moscow was designed to irritate and cause fear to the ruling and wealthy Muscovites who live in neighbourhoods such as Barvikha, where many leading members of the General Staff and other institutions live.
The aim of the attack seems to be to show Putin and his immediate circle as weak, and unable to protect, crucially, those who themselves support his power.
Readers of this blog who spend time on Twitter may have noticed comment triggered by the tweet below, tweeted recently by the small but well-funded (and malicious) Jew-Zionist org known as the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” or “CAA”:
In fact, that report is not entirely accurate.
I was intending not to blog at all about the above-misdescribed matter.
For one thing, the whole thing is an absurd abuse of the law, and I was intending to simply ignore it, so far as the blog is concerned.
Secondly, though the matter is in the magistrates’ court, and so involves no jury (and is under the conduct of a single District Judge), I am very aware of the need to avoid publishing anything which might be taken to be a contempt of court.
Having said that (and contrary to what can already be found, misleadingly, on Twitter), I can say, for the record:
that I am presently charged with five counts under the Communications Act 2003, s.127, i.e. it is alleged that 5 of the (so far) over 1,500 blog posts published on this website contained material that was “grossly offensive“;
that the allegations relate to five alleged blog posts dating from 2021 and 2022;
that the complainant is, nominally, expressed as “The State“, i.e. not the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”, nor any individual;
that I have not been, at any time, actually arrested in relation to the present matter (a couple of Jews on Twitter have tweeted, falsely, that I was arrested); nor was I ever under arrest in relation to the equally-malicious and false claims made against me by the “CAA” (and/or its poundland inquisitors) in previous years, notably in 2017 and 2021;
that in fact, and in relation to the present matter, I was simply summonsed by post, a couple of months ago, to appear at the magistrates’ court at Southampton on 23 May 2023;
that I did appear on 23 May 2023, for half an hour;
that I have pleaded Not Guilty to all charges;
that, in relation to the present matter, I have never been interviewed by the police; in fact the police did not speak to me at all about the allegations wherewith I am now charged;
that any trial of the matter (if there is a trial at all in the end) will not take place until much later in the year, possibly November or December 2023, or even later, on some date in 2024; the learned District Judge has not yet made any order as to date of trial;
that the present matter, depending on whether a trial actually takes place at all, and on whether at any such trial I am found guilty on any or all charges, and on whether (if found guilty on any of the charges), I then choose to appeal any conviction and/or sentence, may only determine in 2024, or even 2025;
that there will be one or more preliminary (procedural) hearings;
that, in the meantime, I remain (since 23 May 2023) on unconditional bail; and
that this blog will continue to be published both before and after any such trial.
I regret that, for reasons to do with avoidance of any contempt of court, I cannot at present go into detail about a number of related facts which I daresay the readers of this blog would find interesting.
Eventually, meaning after the final determination of this legal case, I shall blog about it all.
In the meantime, I doubt whether I shall blog further about the matter at all, not until after any trial.
Finally, I have to say that that “CAA” website report itself does seem to come close to the line on contempt: see https://www.gov.uk/contempt-of-court, and some tweets by Jews supportive of the “CAA” have certainly crossed that line.
Incidentally, readers may be aware that, with the advent of an “Online Safety Act” (as yet only the Online Safety Bill, but expected to become law by late 2023 or early 2024), the very concept of “grossly offensive” online posting will have been superseded by a very different legal framework based around “harm done”.
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GB News, though, is 99% “controlled opposition”. Useless.
Anyone of or over State Pension age who votes Labour-label now is a turkey voting for Christmas, not because the fake “Conservatives” are somehow kinder, but because the Con Party desperately needs the pensioner vote, and will therefore continue to pay for it!
Without the votes of the over-65s, the Conservative Party would only have about 50 MPs, maybe even fewer. Call it a “devil’s contract”, if you like: the Triple Lock will continue only so long as there is a Conservative Party government but, conversely, the Conservative Party in government will only continue so long as the over-65s stay on board, and that means only so long as the Triple Lock stays in place.
If the “Conservative” Party loses the pensioner vote, that vote may not go to Labour, but mere mass abstention (or a LibDem protest vote) would be enough to sink the Con Party electorally, and possibly permanently.
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I never had much time for Trump, and for various reasons, not least the fact that, as President, he seemed to be a squawking parrot in a gilded cage, guarded by a troop of Jew-Zionists, but at least he, if re-elected, would not escalate the Ukraine war and would probably take away Zelensky’s ricebowl (arms, ammunition, other aid, cash bungs). That would effectively end the war.
For the infantry, warfare is changing fast, and becoming even more dangerous.
Look at that. The UK in the worst position, except for Poland.
“Britain’s Police Federation today blasted a Met officer who allowed a suspected sweet thief to drag a female cop by her hair and throw her into a wall in an attack that sparked ridicule on social media.
The video saw a female officer swung around by her ponytail by an enraged 26-year-old woman in Willesden, north-east London – while her male colleague repeatedly pleaded ‘madam’ in a futile attempt to calm her.
Chiefs say it is evidence of officers being too afraid of repercussions to use the force needed to apprehend violent criminals.“
The SS might have machinegunned not only the “suspect” but those standing around and cheering-on the untermensch…
“Vladimir Putin is facing a growing threat of a coup from the fearsome Wagner mercenary army and anti-Kremlin rebellions on the border regions of Russia, the despot’s former supporters have said.
Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin is acting with unidentified figures within Putin’s circle in a bid to oust the dictator, war analyst Igor Strelkov, ex-defence minister of Donetsk People’s Republic, claimed.“
I do not know. It is true, though, that the central power of the Russian state has rarely been so weak.
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I suppose one could say “one out of three ain’t bad“. Pity the two women escaped being hit.
Interesting. I can recall having a few anxious landings but only as a passenger. In fact, I was once on the flight deck of a commercial aircraft as it landed at Heathrow (in good weather), but very long ago; as we all know, security concerns and regulations would make that impossible today. Really very interesting for me.
In fact, a large amount of damaging material about Amanda Solloway has been removed from Wikipedia over the years, including that concerning her “dodgy” (possibly now “ex”) husband or “partner” and their business activities (his very existence is now expunged from that Wikipedia entry).
The Westminster monkeyhouse.
The whole corrupt shambles must be swept away.
As for the MPs, well…
There are real social-national political possibilities in the Republic of Ireland as it slides into becoming yet another multikulti dustbin.
A Schauspiel to bamboozle the masses. Figures on an electronic scoreboard such as the one by Times Square in New York: see https://www.usdebtclock.org/.
Meaningless, in the sense that, with a stroke of a pen, the “debt ceiling” is raised, and taken care of via a small increase in inflation, i.e. decrease in the value of the U.S. dollar.
What range can they achieve? 1,500 miles?
The former territories of Ukraine must be split— Russian or pro-Russian territories east of the Dnieper, in Crimea, and along the Black Sea littoral to Odessa and then west to Trans-Dniestria. The other territories west of the Dnieper, including —and run from— the city of Lvov, can become a rump Ukrainian state.
Among other comments made, I said in that blog post:
“The System relies on complete or near-complete “control”, which was one reason there was such a massive campaign against Corbyn, spearheaded by the Jew-Zionist element.
Liz Truss, by reason of her sheer lack of ability, threatens System “stability”. She will, therefore, be removed, to put in place a (superficially) better Prime Minister-figure.
…When Liz Truss became Prime Minister, I predicted the following, in such terms: that I would be “surprised” if her term lasted as long as the end of 2022, and “astonished” if she lasted as long as Spring 2023. One gold tick for this blog…
No wonder that journalists, MPs, ministers of foreign governments etc read this blog.“
Well…so was I right, or not?
In fact, the resignation of Liz Truss happened later the very same day as the first two paragraphs of my above assessment. Things moved very fast; there was a degree of “groundrush”.
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Ha ha! So speaketh a former (?) msm drone, one Peter Bale, who tweeted last year something which showed that he had no idea that Hugh Carleton Green and Hughie Green were not one and the same!
Few under-30s or even under-40s will be voting for the Conservative Party. At the same time, many others in the <40 age group may not vote at all, given the pseudo-“centrist” but in fact extreme neo-liberal finance-capitalist direction now being taken by the Labour Party Shadow Cabinet.
Both System parties (and the LibDem false choice) are effectively the same in terms of overall real policy (not the soundbites issued for cheap point-scoring on TV etc).
The whole UK political system, including the electoral system, is a sham.
An old tweet, but well worth reposting.
That reminded me of the continued existence of Ghislaine “Maxwell”. Looking at Wikipedia, I saw that “In August 2022, her former lawyers sued Maxwell, alleging that she failed to pay $878,000 in legal fees..”
The apple did not fall far from the (((tree))).
That idiot, Ben Wallace, is funnelling arms to Ukraine, at vast cost to the British taxpayer, at a time when the poorer type of British family cannot even heat its cramped little house, nor feed its children properly, and when nothing is working properly here.
That really is like something from films such as Invasion of the Bodysnatchers, or The Stepford Wives.
Exactly right, and that has been the case almost from the start of the conflict.