It had to happen. The censorship and hypocrisy pervasive in the whole society is magnified on Twitter.
On Twitter, white (i.e. European, or Aryan, or post-Aryan if you like) people are always in the wrong, unless they “bend the knee” (literally or metaphorically) in sign of fealty to those of inferior race and culture.
There is, of course, a double standard on Twitter. The blacks and browns and— a fortiori— Jews are allowed pretty much free rein. White (i.e. European or European-origin) people can be “suspended” and/or “permanently suspended” (they mean “removed”) quite easily, especially when packs of Jews (or those effectively controlled by Jews) gang up against them.
That is what happened to me in 2018. I joined Twitter in 2010 but tweeted almost nothing until 2011. The Jew-Zionist pack on (UK) Twitter targeted me after I tweeted something about a BBC Radio 4 Today Programme piece about the “restitution” scam, whereby Jews whose ancestors owned property (buildings, houses, gold bars, Old Master paintings) in Central or Eastern Europe in 1930s (sometimes procured by the Jews via fraud and outright theft) have such property (or money in lieu) “restored” to them.
Basically, the governments of various European states end up paying money to the Jews in “compensation” for what was expropriated from the Jews’ grandparents or great-grandparents. All claimed to be an outcome of the “holocaust” farrago (in fact most of the property was abandoned when Jews left Germany, Poland etc for the UK, USA, France etc).
The relentless Jew-Zionist attack on me, from about 2011 onwards resulted in my being disbarred, albeit only in 2016, 8 years after I had left Bar practice.
The now-disgraced and infirm Jew-Zionist solicitor, Mark Lewis, was trying to “get” me for years, and the two Jew-Zionist packs with which he was most associated, the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” and “UK Lawyers for Israel” both tried to have me disbarred, arrested and charged (with various faked-up offences), and expelled from Twitter.
Well, I was never arrested, let alone charged, tried or convicted of anything, but I was disbarred, after a nearly two-and a-half-year struggle. I have blogged about all this:
I have also blogged fairly extensively about self-publicizing Jew solicitor, Mark Lewis, now a resident of Eilat, Israel:
Incidentally, Mark Lewis is still on Twitter and even has a “blue tick”, meaning that he is considered favoured; that despite the fact that Lewis actually bought about 70,000 non-existent “followers” (his wife at the time, Caroline Feraday, did similar; the marriage itself was brief, and lasted months not years). Lewis has kept at least 15,000 of his bought “followers” (he originally, when briefly “famous”, around 2012, had about 8,000, I thought, though Legal Cheek magazine said only 3,000, the same as me, ironically). That magazine pretended, for the sake of convenience, or for purposes of satire, to accept Lewis’s ludicrous “I wuz hacked” plea:
When I was expelled from Twitter, I had only 3,000 followers, but at least they were all real (I also followed only about 50 accounts, mostly organizations; Lewis follows, even now, 660 at time of writing).
Thousands of other tweeters have blue ticks, but I can think of only one social-national tweeter, Nick Griffin, and I doubt whether he will be on Twitter for much longer now.
The only consolation is that Twitter is largely a waste of time anyway. Twitter thought that the Brexit Referendum would be easily won by Remain, and that Trump had no chance of election in 2016 (etc).
I have blogged about freedom of expression. I have also blogged and (before I was expelled) tweeted about a connected topic, what I call “the privatization of public space“, meaning how a few huge quasi-monopolies (particularly Twitter, Facebook, ebay, Amazon, YouTube) have arrogated to themselves and their employees the right to deny a platform to those with the “wrong” views, i.e. anything that stands against a Zionist-controlled or influenced globalized dystopia:
A few cartoons that make the point(s):
A few tweets seen supporting freedom of expression online
More tweets, this time “celebrating” the removal of Katie Hopkins from Twitter. It is noticeable how many of those tweets are from those who make money out of the msm and who (unlike brave Laurence Fox) are desperate not to be blacklisted.
Look at the sneering, sadistic little bastard below, one Jamie East (note his proud “blue tick”, btw). Is, or was, an msm presenter (though I myself had never heard the name until today). The sheer nastiness comes out strongly. Also, like many others attacking Katie Hopkins, he seems to relish kicking someone who is down.
Here below is the contribution of Mehdi Hasan, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mehdi_Hasan, who “bravely” puts the boot into Katie Hopkins now that she has been removed from Twitter.
Below, another nasty little man who probably thinks himself terribly clever laughing at serious and important concepts such as freedom of expression etc…
Above, the logical conclusion: a witch-hunt, as seen in, eg, the Stalinist purges. Guilt by association and assumption (though I see now that the above tweeter is just a dim troll of some kind, possibly hoping to add to his 25 followers on Twitter).
The mob of “useful idiots” crawls over the marble ruins of a civilization that it could never build…
More tweets seen
Take a look, below, at tweeter “@LdnPearl”/“coons be gone” (well, in the reported words of Jesus Christ, “you have said it“…):
[Update, 21 June 2020: the very next day, tweeter “@LdnPearl” changed her “coons be gone” name to “Pearl”. Why? I mean, after all, “tell the truth and shame the Devil”, in the old saying…]
Conclusion? Quite a few of the blacks, the younger ones mainly, just hate us. There can be no society with them. A tweeter like “coons be gone” is a useless millstone round the necks of the British people.
And here (below) is another seemingly dim person (why are so many dim people from Manchester? Still, that’s one for the psychologists or social historians, I suppose).
Below: another dim fellow?
Also, one of the huge number of tweeters for whom Twitter really matters. In fact, it matters scarcely at all. The reality is that Twitter is an adjunct to politics, not the main substance of it (as the obsessed believe).
[Update, 29 August 2022: Amusingly enough, the tweeter just highlighted, who laughed at Katie Hopkins having been expelled from Twitter, has since then himself been expelled. I wonder whether that taught him anything?].
My own view of the Katie Hopkins/Twitter matter
As said above and elsewhere by me, Twitter is largely a waste of time. It helps those who have external activity happening; it is not useful as a standalone. If you are, say, Donald Trump, and you are expelled from Twitter, well, in the end, you are still President of the United States.
To put it another way, and to deploy the “Ken Livingstone” argument, were Adolf Hitler around today and had the NSDAP, SA, SS etc, Twitter would certainly assist the dissemination of his views, but it would not, of itself, help him to attain power or to retain power.
Switching that around, if a person today has no real organization behind him (or her) but only a “social media” presence, that person, be he or she ever so “famous”, is a colossus on legs of straw. Take away the social media platform(s), and the online personality is left with nothing.
The above “de-platforming” has happened to quite a few already. At more or less random, one thinks of that ghastly American degenerate, “Milo”. Others hit by “de-platforming” from all or most large online fora (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube etc) have been such as “Prison Planet” (Paul Watson), “Sargon of Akkad” Benjamin, and of course Katie Hopkins.
The irony is, that several of those removed from various online platforms, though removed mostly because the Jew lobby wanted it so, have been almost desperately pro-Israel and pro-Jew. “Prison Planet” Watson and Katie Hopkins are two such supplicants. Another is Tommy Robinson.
Lesser known people (intellectual dissidents, dissenting artists etc) are also being removed from the major platforms. Alison Chabloz, Brother Nathanael, Ian Millard (me!) and many another. Some cling on here and there, but all are being purged now and will not be on those platforms for long.
For the “alt-Right” wastes of space, being “de-platformed” means that their income streams largely dry up. Take away their online stuff, and they have nothing left. Take away the online presence of a real social-national party (were one in existence) and it would be not fatal, but merely an inconvenience.
The “alt-Right” wastes of space (Watson, Hopkins, “Sargon of Akkad”, “Tommy Robinson” etc are indeed men (and women) of straw. The only one with any real troops is Tommy Robinson, but he is not social-national, more like a clan leader, and without real ideology.
I support the rights of free expression of those mentioned above mainly from general principle. I believe that people should be able to express, without let or hindrance, views on political, social, or historical topics. The enemies of our culture and civilization (the black mobs, the “antifa” idiots, the Jew-Zionists) believe in preventing free speech.
I might add that Katie Hopkins and the other “alt-Right” and associated types never said a word in support of me; few of them said anything in support of persecuted singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz; none said a word in support of Jez Turner, of the London Forum, who was actually imprisoned for a year at the behest of that same pack of Jew-Zionists, the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”.
My own views are not at one with those “alt-Right” and similar people, at least on most issues. For example, Katie Hopkins is, or says that she is, pro-Israel and pro-Jew. For me, that is the end, and “Ian Millard has left the building”. However, she has courage, that’s for sure, and I think that she is genuinely against the migration invasion of Europe by blacks and browns.
In the end, does online ranting, opining, analyzing (and yes that does include this blog) accomplish much? I say no. It may have some utility, and I blog out of a sense of duty, and because who knows what might not happen because I blog? I do not regard blogging as truly politically or socially significant. Neither is vlogging, or (still less) tweeting.
Katie Hopkins is not social-national in ideology, of course. She is also callous in her attitudes.
What is needed is a real social-national organization in the UK. The time will never be more auspicious than in the next 7 years.
Tweets seen on various topics
Coronavirus and the “lockdown”/shutdown madness:
Birmingham has fallen…
In fact, all the police bending their knees in that report seem to be black. Scandal. Incidentally, the Daily Mail refers to the organizer of the protest as “Bishop” Desmond Jadoo (or should that be “Baboo”?). The church of which he is apparently a “bishop” is not the Church of England (God be praised for small mercies…) but the “Vision Temple of Praise Church”, whatever that may be.
I was unaware until today (looking at tweets) to what extent Glasgow has become non-European (I have never been to that city). Shocking infiltration into government, the legal system etc.
That has been my assumption, that the “Black Lives Matter” semi-insurrection is centred on the kind of young blacks who have been born in the UK, and who hate everything about Britain and the British, largely because they have been filled with “anti-fascist” and anti-British propaganda at ghastly comprehensive schools, aka educational prisons (in some cases).
The tweet below must be a contender for “thick tweet of the day”!
This (below) is the original interview:
Diane Abbott could have been Home Secretary…imagine that.
Update, 29 August 2022
Looking at this blog post now, for the first time since it was written, it is noticeable how many tweeters have been expelled from Twitter. Most of those who, two years ago, expressed support for Katie Hopkins and/or free speech, but also some of those applauding the censorship and repression. “What goes around comes around“…
2 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 20 June 2020, including thoughts about Twitter and Katie Hopkins”
Hello Ian: I am not surprised by the police officers “taking the knee” in Birmingham since they are all black.
What has spoiled my day was the announcement that the Welsh Rugby Union and the English Rugby Union are “considering” dropping the famous songs “Delilah” and “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” because of their sexist and racist connotations! You cannot be more disgusting and despicable!
Of course they will drop the songs! And I am sure that the gutless British sheep will obediently not sing them anymore.
I think that you are right. The songs will go. Swing Low Sweet Chariot, though, was a Negro Spiritual.What is anti-black about singing it? “BLM” has gone completely mad very quickly.The “BLM” fanatics complain not that the rugby fans are singing it out of some (unexplained) “racism”, but that they are often “ignorant” of its origins! They try to have it both ways.
As to “Delilah”, I don’t know it, unless it is the Tom Jones song (which has nothing to do with blacks)!
I am not a sports fan and certainly not a rugby fan, having been kicked in the scrum as a child of 13. I tried to avoid rugby after that! (only to discover that rowing in an eight on the cold wet Thames in winter is also rather unpleasant!). I know that rugby is big where you live, I suppose a legacy of British connection.
ps. Just searched for the connection. I see now:
Good grief. The generation that cannot face anything. They will next want to ban THe Cat in The Hat or other stories. How have the stories of Oscar Wilde and the Brothers Grimm escaped (so far)?