Mike Stuchbery— update
Regular readers will know that I have written previously about Mike Stuchbery and his collaborator Roanna Carleton-Taylor (aka “@WitchOfPeace” and now “@AntiFashWitch”).
They started a GoFundMe in, by memory, October 2019, so that (they claimed) Stuchbery could sue Tommy Robinson (Stephen Yaxley-Lennon).
There was supposed to be legal action launched (at latest) by January 2020. So far, nothing.
Well, here we are pretty much at the end of February. Stuchbery and “AntiFashWitch” Roanna Carleton-Taylor (and their “full legal team”, meaning a Pakistani in a back room in a North of England rustbelt town) have still not launched the threatened legal action (or even served the preliminary paperwork) against Tommy Robinson/Stephen Yaxley-Lennon.
It looks as though, as I blogged weeks and even months ago, Stuchbery, Roanna and the Pakistani have reached “peak mug”. No-one now wants to donate to their doomed lawsuit. Only £5 has been donated to the GoFundMe appeal in over a week, and over the past month or so, only £80 has come in.
Meanwhile, Stuchbery continues to travel around Germany, sending out feelers for any hospitality that might be on offer:
Though now based in Stuttgart with his “German” wife, Stuchbery is going to Munich and has been around the Bodensee (Lake Constance) this week:
Quite a feat for someone who claims to “work three jobs”…
Still, I am sure that the 689 mugs who —incredibly— have donated to his GoFundMe appeal (currently totalling £11,614), or to Stuchbery directly, will be glad that Stuchbery can enjoy life at their expense, despite the fact that there is obviously never going to be a lawsuit by him against Tommy Robinson.
nb. As explained previously in my blog posts, the above does not mean that I support Tommy Robinson either.
I am not sure quite why, but despite the brevity of today’s blog so far (I am going to combine it with tomorrow’s), my blog pages have had more visitors today than on any other day in the 3 years since I started: over 600 views (349 of this page alone), from over 300 visitors. All in about 4 hours or so, and with nearly 7 hours to run (time now is just after 1700 hrs). More than twice the usual number of views and visitors. A strange statistical anomaly.
I notice that, I having been mentioned by Stuchbery on his Twitter account, all sorts of odd people and natural “followers” have started to tweet things about me, often inaccurate. Example? That I was a member of the British Movement in the 1970s. No, I never was, though I believe that I did briefly exchange a couple of not entirely friendly letters with the leader of the BM, Michael McLaughlin [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_McLaughlin]. 1978, I think.
It is a characteristic of Twitter that many remoras follow each shark. Thus today the Twitter “followers” of Stuchbery support him by tweeting against me. A few examples seen:
- a minor author (very minor) says that I feel entitled to “judge” Stuchbery because (she says) I have “a History A Level”. I suppose that that is a guess on her part (and she herself purports to “judge” me merely because a few “antifa” idiots tweet rubbish about me);
- some idiot says that I am a “disbarred solicitor” (actually, barrister, not solicitor; and solicitors are in any case not “disbarred” but “struck off”;
- some ugly cow tweets that I “have issues” and adds, by way of proving that assertion, that I made a typo somewhere, typing “lawter” instead of “lawyer”;
- another one tweets that I am “far far right” (in fact, I never use the lazy terms “right” and “left”). That one also tweets, illogically, “ignore…report”! To whom will you “report” me, anyway? I am not on Twitter and my blog is hosted by WordPress, an excellent American organization wedded to the principles of freedom of expression. The woman wanting me to be both ignored and “reported” seems to be part-Danish and living in Belgium. Judgment poor…
- I am called “a typical embittered internet nonentity” by, er, a typical Twitter nonentity called “Spex, @_Hydrofish”, who has all of 135 Twitter followers (I had 3,000 when the Jewish lobby had me expelled);
- “@WigNatKing” asserts that I work for “TR News”, the Tommy Robinson setup. No. Not only do I not work for TR News, but have never had contact with it and do not, as such, “support” Tommy Robinson.
These people are beyond sad…Their whole day is made up of tweeting to others of similar views, while denouncing and “reporting” those with whom they disagree (or those with whom they think that they disagree) to Twitter. For such people, Twitter is terribly important. Fools, mostly.
Incidentally, Stuchbery may claim that my existence has just been “brought to his attention”, but I think not. However, he has, by mentioning my blog on his Twitter output, just increased considerably the numbers of those reading my stuff. “One human soul is a big audience”, as someone or other (St. Thomas Aquinas?) once said.
As for Stuchbery talking about defamation etc (a trait that he shares with quite a few other —mostly ignorant— persons on Twitter), he not only will not sue me (nor will he sue anyone else) in defamation, but cannot (for a number of reasons). He was ranting or bleating about suing a load of Danes, in Denmark, recently (and demanding to know names of suitable libel lawyers in that jurisdiction, despite being entirely unable to pay any retained).
Someone should write a dystopian sci-fi novel in which a malefic organization sets up something akin to Twitter, convinces people that it is pretty much the most important thing in the world, then manages to deflect any discontent in the self-describing “aware” population to that platform.
In that non-existent novel, the “aware” or “woke” or “liberal” (and indeed “illiberal” and pro-multikulti) people then spend almost all of their time on “Twitter” or whatever, thinking that they are achieving something, showing off, virtue-signalling, not to forget denouncing “bad folk” on the platform, and (very important to those idiots) getting the controllers of the platform to expel those with whom the “aware” people disagree. Meanwhile, the real rulers and influencers carry on ruling and influencing, and the poor Twitter saps are entirely unaware of it.
Saw a 30-min doc. about the Security Service, presented by ITV’s Security correspondent, an Indian or South African Indian (I think) called something like Karroo. Irritating that supposed journalists now say things such as “Director-Generals” when they mean “Directors-General” (Laura Kuenssberg did it the other day: “Secretary of States”, when she meant “Secretaries of State”).
As to the film itself, interesting without being very enlightening. The most interesting bare fact was that MI5 has doubled its staff numbers in the past decade.
Saw Hunted, a TV show I quite like, which involves fugitives and a hunter force. Somewhat contrived, as it would have to be to work at all, but good entertainment.
One of the fugitives had to go to Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, where I myself, aged 20-something, was supposed to be met in the market square at 0900 hrs once, about 40 years ago. Misjudging the distance and how long it would take me to get there overnight from Central London (without a car), I was there far too early, by about 0300!
I was soon found in the deserted and cold square by the friendly local police patrolman, who strolled around on his beat talking to me and telling me all about the local crime situation (there was a little crime, surprisingly— someone had tried a smash-and-grab not very long before; a few weeks before; arrested). His inspector arrived at one point, examined my “papers” (as they say in some countries) and had an equally friendly chat with me for a while before saluting and going back, as I supposed, to his police station. My people did arrive, dead on time at 0900 hrs. Moral? Early is nearly as bad as late when it comes to rendezvous.
A few words about Tom Watson, who stepped down as MP [Lab., West Bromwich East 2001-2019] before the 2019 General Election. He would either have been deselected or lost the seat at that election. A Conservative presently holds the seat. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Watson_(Labour_politician).
Seems that his attempt at emulating the witchfinder-general over child sexual abuse and the subsequent (and to some extent consequent) wrongheaded witchhunt, may result in the bastard losing out on the well-paid sinecure of being a “Lord”.
My reason to dislike Watson? Not because of his “hunt the paedophile VIPs” nonsense, nor because he was an expenses freeloader (he claimed the maximum allowed every year for groceries, £5,000 p.a.). His constituents of course had no idea that MPs could even get food for free! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Watson_(Labour_politician)#Expenses
No, my main reason to dislike Watson is because he was a total doormat for the Jewish lobby (Zionist lobby, Israel lobby) in the UK.
Watson supported malicious Zionist snoop organizations like the Community Security Trust [CST], “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [CAA] and “antifa” trash such as “Hope Not Hate”.
Watson undermined Labour and Corbyn non-stop, and was a major reason why we are now lumbered with Boris-idiot posing as PM. Also, though of less importance, he actually referred to Mike Stuchbery [see above] as a “journalist” in the House of Commons, thus making a fool of himself. Watson wanted to squash Tommy Robinson, of course.
Now? Well, I expect that the Jews will find some sinecure for the bastard if his House of Lords expectations come to nothing.
End of a busy day on my blog. 415 different visitors and no less than 783 views. 32 different countries. Nearly two-thirds of the views today were of today’s Diary Blog, the rest many and various previous blog posts. Amazing what “the oxygen of publicity” can do…
After midnight music
Some interesting tweets seen
Another day, another demonstration
Oh, joy…little Greta Nut is speaking in Bristol today. I have already said what I think of her and those around her (and behind her):
The Greta Thunberg phenomenon (public relations effort) is based primarily on hate. It emanates like a carbon emission from Greta Nut herself. It oozes from the tweets of the mainly rather stupid people who support her (I mean those who do not have the excuse of extreme youth). Here’s one:
“Bitter and twisted old gammony fucks“…meaning white BRITISH people who are not under-30, who have seen this country’s decline over 40-60 years and hate both that decline and what it means in terms of socio-cultural collapse.
If you tweeted the equivalent about blacks, Pakistanis, Jews etc, you would have the police and a host of special interest groups on your tail.
Here’s another hate-filled idiot:
Oh, so it’s OK for Greta Nut to travel around the world, spouting complete nonsense, because she is making “old people” have strokes, apparently. Well, when I myself am on Mount Parnassus or wherever, I hope that I can look down on that idiot being abused in old age by the even-worse idiots no doubt to come.
I thought that this one [below] was a —not very clever— parody, but it seems not! I think that the bastard is serious!
In fact, despite all the publicity, not very many people have turned out to see and hear the mentally-disturbed Swedish autistic: the muddy and rainswept scene below was photographed about the same time that Greta Nut was arriving in the city.
About (?) 200 people. Not more.
What about this idiot?!
Now let me see…could that be because
- David Attenborough has earned at least some respect for his erudition etc? [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Attenborough], whereas
- Greta Thunberg is a 17 year old mentally-disturbed Swedish autistic who has no official or other qualifications in any scientific or other discipline, and no background in anything (how could she, at her age?)…
Then we have this lady:
- Greta Nut is scarcely a child. She is 17, albeit stunted in every way;
- If Greta Thunberg puts herself forward as a pathetic sort of prophetess or political leader, then she is treated as if. It goes with the territory.
“A bunch of boomers“, by which the idiot above (who is “trashing the planet” every bit as much as any “boomer”, by the way) means, in reality, “I’m not responsible for anything! It’s all the fault of those older people!” Hey, now of whom does that attitude remind me? Oh, I know…
“A vast crowd“? About 500 or so, seems, maybe 1,000, but Julian Druker of ITN 5 News (yes, that’s right, an msm journalist…), seems determined to call the audience “vast”.
The assessment (below) of today’s photo-opportunity seems sensible:
Below: is that crowd over 1,000? Maybe, but not by very much, imo.
It is worth recalling that (inter alia)…
The legal profession(s)
Seems that “AntiFashWitch” (formerly “WitchOfPeace”), in tweeting about me, does not know the difference between a solicitor and a barrister…
BTW, Louise Raw knows perfectly well who I am, because she tweeted about me a few weeks ago, annoyed that I had pointed out that, in the UK, it has never been considered acceptable to use a doctorate as a title unless one is an academic, a scientist in an institute, a medical graduate, or one in holy orders (there may be one or two other minor exceptions).
A “witch”, a “doctor”, a “journalist”/”historian”, and a shared ideology of delusion…What a bunch!
Four-fifths of the population of Europe are asleep…
Good for Jenny Tonge!
More about the Greta Thunberg event
Well, the crowd has certainly grown. Hard to estimate, and the crowd looks more numerous because of all the placards and umbrellas, but certainly in the thousands. 5,000? 10,000? Having said that, they have come from all over the UK, and even Bristol has nearly 500,000 inhabitants, so the crowd is only about 1% of the Bristol city population, or 1 in every 14,000 of the UK population, roughly. Really, it is a photo-opportunity and TV news opportunity for (those behind) Greta Thunberg.
Government policies and their consequences
Coronavirus and NHS
The NHS is in a mess for a number of reasons, but a social health service, not run as a profit-making entity, is an essential in any modern civilized society. The alternative is not good.
Mike Stuchbery’s recent tweet about me
“Antifa” cheerleader Mike Stuchbery, who labels himself “historian” and “journalist” as he travels around Germany as a kind of tourist, tweeted about me. That stimulated a far higher than normal throughput on my blog (with one hour to go, 1008 views in 2 days, so at least twice the usual number of views).
Looking at tweets about me arising from Stuchbery’s tweet, I find that only about a dozen (if that) were hostile, some neutral, a couple quite positive. Stuchbery may have done me a favour by tweeting about me. I should hate to have to be grateful to him!
Boris-idiot and Coronavirus
Saw a few minutes of Boris-idiot posing as Prime Minister tonight. Making a statement about this very serious situation of the Chinese Coronavirus. Scarcely able to stop himself smirking, obviously dying to clown or to tell a joke. Pitiful. The stupid bastard should not be where he is.
Update, 26 September 2020
Yet again, my predictions turn out as expected: Labour Party backstabber Tom Watson has indeed been found a sinecure (and a well-paid one, at an estimated £200,000 a year) as CEO of UK Music [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UK_Music#History], a position formerly held by another doormat for the Jewish lobby (and, like Watson, a member of Labour Friends of Israel), Michael Dugher, the former MP for Barnsley East. Dugher in turn has been (((found))) a new position, even better-paid, as Chief Executive of the Betting and Gaming Council.