Is Andrew now able to sweat?
“Jeffrey Epstein‘s surveillance cameras were part of a ‘blackmail scheme’ meant to extort his powerful friends, a major new documentary about the pedophile claims…
Chauntae Davies, who was a flight attendant on Epstein’s jet and was abused by him too, said he had ‘a lot of information on people, a lot of blackmail videos’.
Sarah Ransome, another Epstein victim, said if the pedophile had lived, he would have taken ‘a lot of people down’.
Some have speculated that Epstein could have made his $650 million fortune by blackmailing his powerful friends, such as Prince Andrew and former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak.” [Daily Mail]
I started talking about the need to stop or regulate the “privatization of public space” years ago. I see now that a number of thinking msm persons, such as Hitchens, have woken up to the fact that it is not sufficient to say, as lazy thinkers do, “a private company can censor or remove content —or users— as it pleases”, in circumstances where there is a quasi-monopoly or near-monopoly, as with Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, ebay etc.
The madness in the educational sector continues
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The point that Nick Griffin is making is one that I have made repeatedly: the self-described “Left”, radicals, (joke or faux-) “revolutionaries”, “socialists” etc, the very kind of people who were often the most recalcitrant in the past, in the Sixties, Seventies, Eighties, are now the most eager to comply with rules, to demand stricter rules, and to denounce their neighbours (or anyone with whom they disagree ideologically).
In a way it does not surprise me that so-called “homo Sovieticus” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homo_Sovieticus] has found a fertile breeding-ground in the UK, but it would shock those who saw the same “useful idiots”, the followers of the SWP Jews or Tariq Ali (remember that poseur?) back in the 1970s…
Musical end to the day
General knowledge quiz
Surprisingly hard to get the full score. I was let down by my lack of knowledge about sports, pop music and “celebrities”, ending up with a score of 88 out of 100.
It would have to be 88, though! Synchronicity? 88!
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In fact, it will be impossible to analyze the “final figures” properly anyway, because different countries have not only used different parameters but have not all been honest. In the UK, anyone dying with Coronavirus now dies of it. The authorities have been demanding of doctors that “COVID-19” be put on the death certificates. The true figures would probably show far fewer actual “Coronavirus” deaths (and so show that the “lockdown” was largely unnecessary.
A paradox: the more effective a treatment, the less the need for it over time. An incentive for planned obsolescence?
In the UK, it is scaled down to, for example, “Alison Chabloz sang songs but (((they))) claimed that she was a criminal and near-terrorist” (etc). Different countries, different actions, but (((same problem))).
Below, an example of how (((they))) have taken back what is left of the Labour Party:
As for the State “clapathon”, it was never much where I live. On my way back from Waitrose, I saw the same family I saw last week, standing outside the same house, the only people in that semi-rural road (lined with a number of detached houses) but they were just standing, not clapping, this week. On another road, where there were about 3 elderly couples last week, only two this week, not clapping, just talking over their fence. I dislike the concept of the “clapathon”, and will not be sorry to see the end of it. Oh, and no fireworks this week. The idiot who was doing that must have run out of rockets.
Last post at the end of the day…
At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them
Unity Mitford, died 28 May 1948