Keir Starmer and Robert Jenrick make Jewish Passover declarations
Ah…Keir Starmer and Robert Jenrick. A “Conservative” Cabinet minister, and the new “Labour” leader and head of the Shadow Cabinet. What could they possibly have in common? Well, how about these?
- Keir Starmer: married to a Jewish woman lawyer; their half-Jewish children are being brought up as culturally Jewish; member of Labour Friends of Israel;
- Robert Jenrick: married to a Jewish woman lawyer; their half-Jewish children are being brought up as culturally Jewish; member of Conservative Friends of Israel.
Get the picture?
Priti Patel and Yvette Cooper
As I have often noted, it was only the rise to power, in Uganda, of Idi Amin that stopped Priti Patel from spending her life behind the counter of a Kampala grocery store. She’s another member of Conservative Friends of Israel. Thick as two short planks. A proven agent of Israel, for which she was actually sacked by then Prime Minister Theresa May. Still, in the UK of today, being stupid and corrupt (and basically foreign) does not prevent someone from becoming an MP and even a Cabinet minister, albeit a bad-joke one.
Not that I like Yvette Cooper either: a proven expenses cheat in the 2005-2010 Parliament, together with her —then Cabinet minister— husband, Ed Balls. Member of Labour Friends of Israel. Moneygrasping. A “refugees welcome” drone, who claimed that she and her nasty husband, Balls, were ready to welcome “refugees” into their home (and that everyone should do the same). Oddly, the ghastly pair never did welcome “refugees” into one of their several homes (paid for over the years by the British taxpayers). The “refugees” (and the public) are still waiting…
Priti Patel? Yvette Cooper? I would like to [redacted], if truth be known. Ed Balls too. These are all enemies of the British people. Terrible people. Lying people. Moneygrasping people. Cruel people.
Jewish Chronicle and Jewish News go up the chimney…
I covered this news yesterday too:
Really good news.
More good news
One unexpected bonus arising out of the Coronavirus crisis is that the police are so busy throwing their weight about, shouting at old couples walking on the fells of Northern England, at motorists who have decided to take their cars on —entirely harmless— drives, and at young ladies modestly sunbathing in London parks, that some of their other usual activities have been frozen until somewhere down the line. Not dealing with ordinary (real) crime, such as burglary, bank robbery, or even murder. Those crimes have all but fallen off a cliff during “lockdown”. No, I refer to online social media “crime” and particularly political “crime”.
According to relevant legislation, notably the notorious Communications Act 2003, s.127, and the laws dealing with procedure in the magistrates’ courts, any prosecution for “grossly offensive” tweets or Facebook posts (etc) must be taken (i.e. charge made) within 6 months of complaint to police and/or CPS (there is now also a backstop limitation of 3 years, but that does not over-ride the 6-month limitation which starts to tick once the police and/or CPS have been notified of the alleged crime).
My readers will see the point. Malicious organizations and individuals, mostly Jewish, have fastened upon this bad law and abused it to try to shut down freedom of expression. The disgraced solicitor, Mark Lewis, now resident in Israel (apparently), was a leading figure in such evil abuse of the British legal system.
[above: self-promoting Jew solicitor, obscene Twitter troll and “lawfare” abuser, Mark Lewis, now an Israeli citizen and resident in Israel]
Tame police have gone along with that to a large extent, as witness numerous cases, most of which however never made it to court (a few did, mostly resulting in small fines, though there have been a few instances where heavier penalties were imposed, e.g. the case of Alison Chabloz, the satirical singer-songwriter). Here is my own story in relation to such “lawfare” abuse:
More thoughts about Communications Act 2003, s.127
Well, it seems that, by reason of Coronavirus, the police have a perfect excuse not to do both their proper job (dealing with real crime) —despite the falling-off of crime during the “lockdown”— and also their fairly-recently acquired joke-job (monitoring and censoring comment on social media).
Further to previous comment, the chances are that, at least in respect of socio-political views expressed on Twitter etc, any complaints by (((the usual suspects))) will be filed somewhere right at the back of the priority line, meaning that (bearing in mind the now-glacial work-rate of the CPS and courts) few if any such complaints will make it to a charge within the 6-month usual limitation period. A window of Internet freedom…
An interesting blog article
This article by “@CrimBarrister” is disturbing and worth reading:
The migration-invasion continues
[above: a migrant-invader lands in Sussex. He looks happy, well-fed. The bastard even has what looks like a camera phone. No doubt signalling to thousands to follow on after him from France]
So UK police can misuse drones to spot elderly couples or solitary trekkers walking in the Peak District, but Border Force cannot do the same contra migrant-invaders in the Channel. We need a Feliks Dzerzhinsky…
Virtue-signalling Twitter idiots will say “oh, it was only 63, yesterday. Not so many...” but even if you —naively— assume that no others arrived surreptitiously, that is still about 2,000 in a month, 24,000 in a year. Most are single men. Even if you say that 6 share a house or flat, that’s still 4,000+ dwellings a year unavailable for British people. Same with medical services and everything else. And that is before they pick up English “hoes” (brainwashed into being “non-racist”…) and start to breed with them…Few have any skills in any area that might be of any use here, so they will mostly be on State benefits, inc. housing…
It sounds harsh, but these invaders should not be “rescued” but allowed to perish in the Channel, not given a free ride from a few miles off the French coast. They are invaders and must be treated as such.
Despite the fact that I consider most of the restrictions now in play nonsense, I shall not be going out for a couple of days, perhaps not until Monday (written on Thursday). In the meantime, here I recount my experience of the outside world as seen yesterday, my first outing for 2 days.
Roads quiet in my little corner of Southern England, but not as empty as they were a week ago. At Waitrose, a long line of “socially-distancing” persons all waiting to be allowed entrance by the black-clad, scarf-wearing Handmaid’s Tale militia (Waitrose marshals). My fault for going early. Go half an hour before close and you can pretty much go straight in.
The shoppers looked fairly ordinary, though there were a few idiots (as I think, anyway) wearing Chinese-style masks and, in one case, medical gloves as well. In the car park…
Inside, once allowed in (as another shopper exited), no great shortage of anything except dried pasta, which I did not need (fortunately, as it was almost all gone again, and again only the unpopular stuff like wholewheat spaghetti left). In fact, this is certainly hoarding behaviour, because there was —again— fresh pasta available aplenty. Flour was mostly gone, as was stuff used in baking bread, such as bicarbonate of soda, yeast etc. Bleach was unavailable in large containers, only the spray stuff.
Everything else formerly in short supply because of panic-buying or bulk-buying was available: bread, eggs (restricted to one pack per customer), loo paper, kitchen roll, lemons. Not much chicken left. I myself was buying mainly bread, kitchen roll (restricted to one pack) and things you need for Indian dinners: Madras, Korma and other curry pastes, Patak’s Lime Pickle, poppadums, coconut cream, chutney etc. No real shortage, though most of the rice had gone.
The UK’s toytown police state and its poundland KGB
This is a toytown North Korea in genesis. If the police think that they can repress the public indefinitely, I think that they may be in for a big shock when (not if, but when) the (so-far-compliant) public mood shifts decisively.
When I heard that police woodentop commander from Northampton say that his men would be searching people’s shopping trolleys for “non-essential” shopping (who is some police woodentop to make that judgment anyway?) I could hardly believe my ears! Actions going well beyond even the repressive “instant tyranny” of the new overnight Coronavirus Act. “Leading beyond authority”? A typical Common Purpose drone. Toytown North Korea indeed.
“I don’t think there is any possibility, any likelihood of these lockdown measures being lifted immediately or even imminently,”
“We don’t yet really have enough data from what has happened so far to know for sure the impact they’re having.” [Nicola Sturgeon, talking on Sky News]
So Nicola Sturgeon has no information as to the public health effects of the “lockdown”, but is prepared to extend the “lockdown” for a great deal longer?
Goodbye, Scottish economy…
After the “lockdown” is eased, politics will be interesting
The Government (UK) has decided to keep the lockdown going, possibly until May or even later. That despite the fact that proven Coronavirus cases have not been so numerous. In fact, there is a steady decline in new cases. My theory is that, with the person currently posing as Prime Minister in hospital, his Cabinet colleagues are unwilling to take the responsibility for ending the “house arrest of the British people”.
All the same, that “house arrest” has to be ended, and soon. The damage done to the UK economy may already be close to terminal. The EU economies too:
We are not yet North Korea, but give it time…
A tweet from a week or so ago. Very true.
The new Europe, the new UK, starting in 2022
For years, I have been writing and speaking about 2022, the most significant year since 1989. In 2022, 33 years will have passed since the fall of socialism. From 2022, a new ideology must replace both old-style socialism (including social democracy) and globalist finance-capitalism and its political excrescences.
As far as the UK is concerned, there will never be so opportune a time for social-national politics and para-politics as from now, through 2022, and on from there. I myself shall not see the dawn of 2055 (2022 + 33) but I am still here at present, struggling for the right and just and, by Grace of God, will still be here in 2022 when I reach 66 years of age.
It has been said by some, by me too, that as things stand, politics, ordinary politics, start a party and get elected politics, holds out little prospect of success for us.
We have seen successively-greater waves of non-European immigration since 1945 change Britain out of all recognition. We know that that gradual invasion means that our sort of politics is always fighting its way uphill. The faster breeding rate of the non-Europeans adds yet another factor. On the other hand, even England is still about 85% “white” (European), despite the fact that some major cities are no longer majority non-white.
If the economy of the world goes into recession or even depression, the political realm will be changed out of recognition. Look at how, after 10 years of lying “there is no money” fake “austerity”, even a “Conservative” government has suddenly thrown open its coffers. Desperate times betoken desperate measures. The most radical ideologies may soon seem plausible to desperate and struggling people.
Politics, for us, is about people, about the race and, beyond even the race, the future race we wish to create.