Charles meets Greta Nut
The Royal Family are dim anyway, but why do they always have to make such idiots of themselves? Charles “has a summit” with Greta Thunberg, a poorly-educated Swedish autistic and mental case, aged 17 (as of a couple of weeks ago). Does he not see how stupid this makes him look? Not to mention the hypocrisy of lecturing others about “climate change” and “carbon emissions” while taking a private jet from the UK to Switzerland!
Charles, I suppose, imagines that this makes him look terribly cutting-edge and credible. No. It makes him look even more silly. I suppose that, when he made his “10 years to save the planet” speech, few shouted out that “the emperor has no clothes”…despite that fact that Charles said the same thing or very similar about 11 years ago!
In fact, back then, in 2009, Charles said that he himself had calculated that the world had only 96 months in which to be “saved” (i.e. 8 years), which would mean until 2017! Ha ha!
As if that perhaps well-meaning but dim fellow could “calculate” the above in any case (no-one could, but certainly not him!).
In fact, Charles “gave the world a reprieve” in 2015 by extending his deadline to 2019. Wrong again. To be fair on him, other reports did say that he had extended the deadline to 2050. I suppose that some people actually take him seriously. Not many, though. Maybe make a personal start by not travelling by private jet? A pointless piece of virtue-signalling, true, but at least he would not be making himself look a complete idiot…
Well, I suppose that Charles might just be “badly-advised”. He certainly will be if he actually listens to that crazed little nut, Greta Thunberg! At least Nikolai II only allowed himself to be misled by Rasputin and a few others (and Rasputin sometimes made cogent points about Russia’s direction).
I have already blogged about Greta Thunberg
and about those around her
Charles and Israel
After his activities at Davos, Charles will be flying off to Israel on his private jet, to speechify about another largely faked narrative, the embellished “holocaust” farrago. Don’t bother. No-one’s listening.
More about Greta Nut
I am rarely seen supporting Trump, but it is surreal to see a headline such as “Greta Thunberg blasts Trump“! I’m sure that he is really worried…
Free speech and its enemies
Look at this idiot:
So according to Peter-somebody, anyone questioning the “gas chambers” fable (for which there is no real evidence), or anyone questioning one of the literally hundreds of faked “holocaust” memoirs or other accounts, must be imprisoned. The spirit of Stalinism is not dead…The absurd thing is that Peter-somebody and his like are usually not Jewish but non-Jew “useful idiot” doormats (he also does not seem to know that, out of about 200 states in the world, only about 13 states have such laws, and only a handful of others have laws which go some way toward that position— about 18 altogether):
Here’s Angela Eagle MP [Lab., Wallasey], who thinks that it is “deeply worrying” that 5% of the population have worked out that the “holocaust” farrago is a System (NWO/ZOG) fable convenue:
Had she read further, she would be even more “worried”, because the survey says that a further 20% of the public of the UK do not believe many of the main details of the fable.
Personally, I find it more worrying that Angela Eagle and the less-prominent “useful idiots” have not noticed that that Independent survey is from last year! It is from 27 January 2019! Sometimes the details matter…
Labour leadership contest
Labour’s farcical “leadership” contest trundles on, with loudmouth ignoramus Jess Phillips, having been unable even to get into the starting stalls, now backing System drone Lisa Nandy.
Nice to know that at least one university is trying to protect freedom of expression from the manipulations of the Jewish lobby.
As for the so called “International Definition” of “antisemitism”, only about 18 states out of 200 have “adopted” it (I thought 30-35 until today, but was wrong— only 18 in fact), and several of those are having second thoughts now:
“…one of the original drafters, Kenneth S. Stern has opposed the misuse of the definition to suppress and limit free speech.” [Wikipedia]
More re. Labour leadership
Well, since you ask…
I think that Labour is asking the wrong questions. Its MPs and members are preoccupied with the idea that a new leader can “unite” the party and then the country.
First of all, Labour is now composed of at least two, I would say three blocs, with different core socio-political beliefs. Apart from that, what country is Labour (of all parties) going to “unite”? The blacks and browns in the cities? The white English who are not just, in part, “left behind” but also —more usually— disrespected and ignored? The so-called “progressive”, “me-too” and “refugees welcome” idiots who usually refer to (other) white people as “gammon” or “gammons” (though they would die rather than call a black man a “nig”, or even simply call a Jew a Jew!)?
In reality, the UK is not even split, it’s fissured along many social, age-related, racial, ethnic, ideological lines. Labour is incapable, coming as it does out of a very specific set of circumstances in the late 19th/early 20th centuries, of adapting to this multiform UK. The “Conservatives” have not adapted much either, but so far have managed to concentrate most of their support in what could be termed, very generally, “white people over 60 years of age in the Southern part of the UK”.
After 2300 hrs
The witching hour approaches. Time for music:
Early hours postscript