So it is OK (nay, compulsory) for Burnley Football Club players to bend their knees in sign of fealty to the blacks, or rather to the partly black and entirely anti-British mob (because “Black Lives Matter”…), but it is some kind of disgrace that a small aerial banner is flown saying that “White Lives Matter”?
The manager or captain of the football club was on the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme. What a dim fellow, expressing his “me too” pseudo-liberalism (anti-white illiberalism). Also, what kind of deluded traitor (to himself, too, assuming that he is white) would say that he “feels ashamed” that people have the temerity to say that “white lives matter”?
My congratulations to whoever flew that banner!
Watched a Panorama documentary about the (supposed) “threat” from (again, supposed) “neo-nazis” in the UK.
What can one say? Young and very young people (one only 14, it was said); some (no doubt atypical) of whom said or wrote mentally-disturbed comments that sounded more like extreme interpretations of Nietzsche rather than what I understand as “National Socialism”, let alone social nationalism.
As usual with such “British” TV shows (basically Jewish in terms of those behind them, or involved with them), and which purport to “expose” “neo nazi-ism” and the like, it was really dull, with no great revelations.
The high point was the unmasking of the (or one) leader of a small group of which I had not previously heard, called The Base. The journalistic snoops staked out the 25-y-o leader’s, or maybe his parents’, house in California, but were told that he was unwilling to talk to them or (as the snoops put it) “to leave his bedroom”.
Every now and then, the BBC or some other msm outlet broadcasts or prints a “revelation” of this sort. I have been seeing similar ever since the mid-1970s. There is always a Jewish element behind it, and there is usually about 5% truth and 95% untruth.
The public in the UK are told quite often what a big “threat” there is supposed to be from “far-right” or “neo-nazi” “terrorism”. So where is it, this “terrorism”?
What I see (in the unreliable newspapers etc) is a rather small number of very young people, some only in their mid-teens, criminalized and even imprisoned for little more than playing around on the internet, downloading instructions re. how to make bombs (which none of such teenagers, as far as I have ever heard, actually have ever made, and certainly never made and used) and for having silly online conversations about bumping off MPs or others.
Other young people, some in their teens, some twenty-somethings, have been prosecuted, charged and —incredibly— imprisoned for long periods for supposedly belonging to “banned” organizations. Most of the reported evidence has been such as cookie-cutters designed to make Swastika-shaped biscuits, cushions with Swastika motifs, even a baby named “Adolf”!
I can only think that even the Star Chamber, or the Spanish Inquisition, would want more evidence than that to find heretics guilty of unlawful dissent!
A few of those young people tried were saved by the good commonsense of the British jury, as were Nick Griffin and Mark Collett when the police state tried them (for incitement) about 15-20 years ago. Sadly, that jury commonsense is becoming ever more rare, not least because the “British” jury now may well consist of jurors some of which will be black or brown and unlikely to acquit a British nationalist (or a supposed “neo-nazi”) of anything at all and whatever the evidence.
I ask again: where is this “neo-nazi” “terrorism”? It seems to be a mirage designed to frighten people.
Meanwhile, black and multikulti mobs have been tearing down historic statues, vandalizing others, and spraying graffiti on national memorials…and the “British” police bend the knee to the mob, in sign of fealty or surrender.
There seems to be, as with the Coronavirus “lockdown” (shutdown of the society and its economy), a kind of madness abroad. “Black Lives Matter” = Good; but “White Lives Matter” = Bad…
The Twitter mob (almost always to be found on the wrong side) and the “BLM” mob would claim that “White Lives Matter” is not the same as “Black Lives Matter” because “WLM” is merely a satirical criticism of “BLM”. Not necessarily, but so what if it is?! Are people not allowed to say “the emperor has no clothes!” in this country now? Are they not allowed to question a dogma being instituted by various kinds of anti-British persons for a certain (((agenda)))?
In fact, what I loved about the aerial protest by the Burnley football fans was its sheer joie de vivre, the “Up yours!” of it. There’s something of 1930s or 1920s biplanes and Biggles about it. Brilliant.
Theatre Royal, Plymouth
I am not really a theatre-goer (I tend to fidget unless the show is brilliant, as some however have been, that I recall). Still, cultural institutions are important, and I know this one from the outside at least. I used to see it en route to the County Court at Plymouth (I always used the multistorey car park nearby both).
Now it seems that 100 out of 300 employees are to be made redundant. That includes (assuming the above tweet to be accurate) the entire artistic team. Sad. Is this a forerunner of the huge redundancies likely to start happening as a result of the Coronavirus panic and the Government’s “lockdown” (panicked response)?
Thinking about Plymouth (to which I travelled at one time about half a dozen times a month), it could be a great city, but is not. Why? I think that there are several reasons. The main one would be the incompetence and corruption of the local council, noted for the past half century. I believe that it is or was Labour-controlled. Freemasonry riddles the council, I have read and been told. To add to that, the “Common Purpose” virus is also rife there. [cf. Birmingham].
A petty but telling example: in the nearly 6 years in which I appeared fairly often in Plymouth County Court, I almost invariably used the multistorey car park near the court. I always park at the top (on the roof, in this case the 10th floor) of such car parks. In all those years, the lift in the car park (owned and operated by the local council) never once worked, as far as I can recall. Maybe once only, on my first visit, in 2002..
Some tweets seen today
This made me laugh:
How does one break it to these facemask people that they are the [etc]?
Facemasks are of only minimal use except to people like dentists and nurses working in very close proximity to the infected or vulnerable. I saw a couple of idiots of that sort (scared rabbits) in Waitrose yesterday. There were also a few people obviously trying to maintain the Government’s arbitrary “2 metre” (6+ feet) “social distancing”. Which has just been changed, this very day, to “1 metre” (3 feet). No doubt the compliant rabbits —or should that be “robots”?— will henceforth programme themselves accordingly.
Instinctively, I prefer to see recreational drugs generally banned rather than legalized. On the other hand, the police (in the UK) are incapable of controlling the situation because at street level the minor users are usually let off with or without a warning, because the courts are unwilling to be harsh in most cases even to suppliers, and because there is a vast amount of taxfree profit to be had by the larger suppliers.
While I agree with the underlying sentiment and viewpoint, Nick Griffin has erred here. The hotel shown is not in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe but in Mozambique. It is the Grande Hotel, Beira: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grande_Hotel_Beira
Nick Griffin of all people should know (after his disastrous Question Time appearance in 2009) how important it is to check and be confident as to facts.