Diary Blog, 24 July 2020

One of the aspects of the present madness that interests me is not only how supine half of the public has been, but the extent to which the kind of people most rebellious, and also vocal about “rights”, in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, are now the most eager to submit to State authority: the “socialists”, “Left-wingers” (I myself disparage such “right”/”left” terminology, though), civil rights activists etc.

Don’t believe me? Look on Twitter. The kind of people in the categories just listed are all but begging to be “locked down”, monitored, tested, traced, masked, muzzled and generally told what to do, when to do it, and what to wear while doing it.

As I have blogged in the past, the degeneration of that part of the body politic is palpable.

You see it in other ways too: the wish not to leave the EU, because the EU (they imagine) will control things, control them, lay down rules for everything…

Again, you see it in the wish to be subject to the arbitrary constraints of Twitter and other online platforms; and the allied wish to “report” those whose views dissent from the shibboleths of the Twit-pack.

Such people are also the most fervent supporters of the muzzling of the population…

More tweets seen

Below, two tweets about the latest Jewish or anti-Corbyn legal activity:

Mark Lewis cannot be “disbarred”, because he is not and never has been a barrister, though he is a solicitor and (at least as yet) not struck off.

I have blogged fairly extensively (mostly in 2018 and 2019) about Lewis and his conspiratorial, unhinged and disgraceful behaviour:








Have a read of the above. Lewis was and is aware of everything I wrote about and against him; his Jew-Zionist friends and allies monitor my writings obsessively and have done for years: Lewis himself has been obsessed with me for years, since 2011 or 2012, and has plotted against me for all that time. Lewis has never sued me, though; indeed, he has never even threatened to sue me, despite everything that I have written, but has tried to strike at me covertly. (((Typical))).



The other Jews in the Mark Lewis/”Campaign Against Antisemitism” etc cabal(s) are aghast that Lewis and his clients cannot extract both flesh and blood from Corbyn; here below, fanatical Jew Zionist David Collier:

The tweet below made me laugh! I dare say that even Lewis himself might be (albeit bitterly) amused by it.

Even Lewis’s enemies often tend to accept him at his own valuation (and self-publicizing) as so-called “top lawyer”; yet at the Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal in 2018, those judging him were told by Lewis’s own Counsel that all he owned were a mobility scooter, a private pension worth £70 a week, and his own clothes! Even discounting the usual tendency of Jews (cf. Ghislaine “Maxwell”) to play the Jewish “victim” when caught out, I doubt that Lewis has millions (or anything much) salted away.

Below, some interesting quotations:

Of course, the “Jew who dislikes Jews” is a not-uncommon figure: in the historical past, Marx for one, who wrote to Engels “I am in Ramsgate; nothing but Jews and bedbugs“; through those figures cited in the tweet above, and on to the anti-Zionist Jews of today such as Miko Peled and Gilad Atzmon.


Yet another MP sex scandal. Almost normalized now. This particular idiot is apparently unsure whether he prefers girls or boys, so ineptly tries to have it off with both.

What still astounds me is the sheer mediocrity (at best) of so many MPs these days. So few have even a modicum of education, culture, or real belief in anything at all, let alone any genuine desire to serve the country or their constituents. Just trash, really.

When I became aware of the existence of Rob Roberts (about an hour ago), I was wondering whether he would make a good candidate for my Deadhead MPs series on this blog, but sadly he seems (judging by his Wikipedia entry) to have nothing interesting about him at all. Nothing. See for yourself: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_Roberts_(politician)

Coronavirus panic/scam

In the local authority area where I live (a quite large area of nearly 300 square miles in coastal and near-coastal Southern England, rural and semi-rural, with a few small towns and villages), the population is about 180,000 people. The “R” number has been varying below 1 and 2 (ie. number of cases per 100,000 population). In the past week, 1.8. There have been, therefore, about 2 or 3 confirmed new cases in the past week. Out of 180,000 people…

When you consider that only one out of dozens, perhaps a hundred, new cases will die from this condition, you can see that, in this particular area, perhaps one or two people are likely to die from “the virus” over the course of the next year! Sad for those people and their relatives, but not repeat not a reason to shut anything down, nor to make the population wear facemasks.

This is, thankfully, not the Plague.

Tweets seen

“Travellers”, so-called…

Britain needs a kind of SS force.

More tweets seen

The tweeter above, “Sarah Deech”, or “@londonette”, is the daughter, I believe, of “baroness” Deech, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Deech,_Baroness_Deech, a Jewish woman who, when my “case” was being “investigated” by the Bar Standards Board from 2014 (the case having been brought against me, in effect, by “UK Lawyers for Israel”), was not only the Chair of the Bar Standards Board but also a Patron of…UK Lawyers for Israel!

By the time that the case came up before the Bar Disciplinary Tribunal, it having been decided that my (in the end, only) 5 supposedly “grossly offensive” tweets (out of between 150,000-200,000 tweets and retweets!) merited my being “tried”, “baroness” Deech had in fact been replaced by a different Chair, though only by a former UK Ambassador to Israel, who was extremely pro-Israel and extremely pro-Jewish interests!

I raised the question of perceived bias (in the decision to take me before a Tribunal) at the hearing itself , but the (generally reasonably fair) retired Circuit Judge chairing the 5-person panel told me at least twice that whatever the merits of my claim that the decision-making process was flawed (because, as I submitted, “justice must not only be done but be seen to be done” and “no man can be a judge in his own cause“), it was not relevant , because what mattered was the justice of the hearing itself…

With all respect to that judge, I disagree. If a person is only “tried” because a biased process decided that he should be tried, then he is on the back foot from the start, no matter how “fair” the hearing is.

The above, in my view, is so even if “baroness” Deech took no part in the decision to haul me before the Bar Disciplinary Tribunal, though I find it hard to believe that she was, at the material time, unaware that an organization in which she was a major figure (UK Lawyers for Israel) was complaining officially about me to another organization which she headed and for which she had responsibility (the Bar Standards Board).

As a matter of fact, the hearing in October 2016, though generally fair in the way it was conducted, was wrong about, inter alia, whether my five tweets (the Jews had originally complained about many dozens!) were in fact “grossly offensive”.

Take the one about Michael Gove, in which I truthfully described the little bastard as something like a pro-Jew pro Israel expenses cheat. ALL TRUE (I was unaware at the time that the bastard was also a cocaine abuser and drunk!): https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/726458/Barrister-Ian-Millard-disbarred-anti-Semitic-tweets-Michael-Gove-Nicholas-Sarkozy

In fact, I could have appealed the findings of fact and/or the disbarment penalty, but, having ceased Bar practice in 2008, eight years before I was “tried” and disbarred, it would have been almost pointless. I did not care, though it does deprive me of being able to lunch at my (former) Inn when in London, which is a nuisance; I rarely visit London these days anyway.

Lincoln's Inn - The Great Hall - YouTube
[The Great Hall, Lincoln’s Inn, London]

Actually, the BSB did write to me a couple of years after I was disbarred, saying that I should have had the right to challenge the allocation of my case to a 5-person panel instead of a 3-person panel (only a 5-person panel can disbar) and that I could do so if I wished. I could not be bothered and so did not take that up.

I wrote about some of the above here: https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/ and may blog in greater detail at a later date.

Finally, I took a look at the composition of the present BSB (the actual governing board): 13 members (a coven? Only joking…), out of which 3-4 Jews. The kind of disproportion one sees everywhere.


One of the present Board was actually an unsmiling “bookend” on the panel at my own “trial” in 2016, though I see no point in identifying her.

Boris Johnson

Boris-idiot was on TV this evening. Just looking at that little idiot posing as PM places me in a rage.

Communitarian police state UK


Late music

39 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 24 July 2020”

  1. So lockdowns don’t work then? Well, I beg to differ! They do IF they are applied fully and policed VIGOROUSLY from the word go and above all EARLY which Boris-Idiot’s sick joke of a government didn’t do. You HAVE to get ‘ahead of the curve’ and that was clearly not done in this country hence one possible reason for our horrific death toll.😡🤬☹️😞

    Lockdown in Argentina appears to have worked when compared to the weak efforts of the loony and kindred spirit of Peter governing Brazil!

    Peter is obsessed with this topic to the exclusion of everything else. As for the liberty he keeps rabbiting on about I have yet to hear him ever defending the right of Nick Griffin to speak freely or that of other nationalists.🙄🙄🙄

    Time for Peter to meet the men in white coats but there is a problem there since the loony libertarian Tory Party closed mental hospitals all down thereby giving mentally ill people their ‘liberty’ at the expense of the sane! Well, that just about sums-up loony libertarians!🙄🤬😡


    1. I know that you differ, m’Lord of Essex! However, you can see that countries (such as Japan, which you often cite) which have not or not much “locked down”, are now in a far better position than the countries (such as UK) which did lock down or, better put, shut down. Better both epidemiologically and economically.


      1. Japan is doing well because they have a population which is mostly very unselfish – a human quality libertarian Tories have condemned for decades now, are obedient, law abiding, have social and national solidarity and don’t whinge when their government tells then to follow a few social distancing recommendations. Sadly, many Brits think all that is an intolerable infringement on their ‘human rights’ or other left wing or libertarian Tory nonsense.

        Libertarianism is viewed as the selfish, self-centred, socially destructive, amoral political philosophy it mostly is (about the ONLY real area it has any credibility is in the field of most LGBT rights) in Japan.

        The Japs could teach us a lot about the value of being disciplined as a society, about how beneficial it can be for a country to display high levels of social and national solidarity with each other (of course having a patriotic government that hasn’t deliberately destroyed the nation’s previously homogenous nature helps here), basically looking out for the interests of others etc.

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  2. Peter Hitchens is now thinking of moving to Wales, apparently! No, Peter, you can do better than that! What about sunny Brazil run by an EVEN BIGGER moron than Boris-Idiot and who has helped his country to have a horrendous death and case rate or you could go to the USA run by Tango Man but then even Trump is now urging people to wear masks!🙄



  3. Peter Hitchens doesn’t
    , apparently, wish the government to do ANYTHING to try and contain the virus. He was against the inadequate ‘lockdown’ that wasn’t applied at airports (having no serious travel restrictions was the most serious mistake) and he is against mild social distancing requirements as well! If I am wrong in this I am happy to be corrected but so far I haven’t seen him wish the government to exercise any form of its authority. That is the classic Libertarian obsession with ‘small government’ at ALL COSTS even in a crisis situation! It just goes to show how impractical a philosophy it is (about the only area it makes some sense in is in the field of most LGBT rights)

    With that exception it goes against the grain of human nature just as much as Communism does.

    To my mind it is a degenerate creed that truly successful ,countries don’t take take seriously ie Japan and South Korea.


  4. Libertarianism is the cult of ultra individualism and to hell with anyone else or the possibly bad consequences for others. It elevates freedom in all circumstances to be an unmitigated good. That is clearly nonsensical and indeed immoral. Why else would Tory weirdo Sajid Javid be an exponent of this creed and praise the vile likes of the American Jewess Ann Rand who thinks the philosophy is wonderful? I have a feeling though that Zionist Israel doesn’t care for the creed much!🙄🙄🙄

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    1. M’Lord of Essex:
      As you say, Israel is not “libertarian”, but a kind of semi-ethnostate,though it has elements of a “colony” as well. I have never been there, of course, but from what I have seen on msm and elsewhere (and what I can recall from having been in places like Rhodesia), there is a kind of quasi-colonial mentality at work there. Not that I am always against imperialism and colonialism, but I am when the Jews are the colonists!


    2. Man IS a social animal and not just ‘homo economicus’ ie an economic unit of production as far too many Tories nowdays believe. We ARE individuals, yes, but to be FULLY HUMAN we are also members of families, communities, societies and I know it is highly un-PC to mention it in the ‘Britain’ of 2020 NATIONS as well!


  5. I have to agree with Steven. I am tired of Peter Hitchens ranting about masks/muzzles, I don’t like them, mainly for what they represent as part of the scaremongering policy of the globalist governments interested in pushing surveillance and mandatory vaccination. Having said that I understand that is sensible to wear them in public buildings or when travelling using public transport.

    This idiot of Hitchens never said a word about the brutal censorship and persecution experienced by ZOG fighters like Ian or Alison Chabloz. Steven is right, he is just a Libertarian loony obsessed with his “rights”.


    1. Claudius:
      You are right to say that Peter Hitchens is selective in the causes which he supports. Neither I nor Alison Chabloz (nor Jez Turner and others) got a word of support from him.

      As to facemasks/muzzles, the efficacy is *not* proven. Few people sneeze onto others. I suppose that it does happen occasionally. Peripheral.

      It is not going to make much if any difference to death rates.

      It is a rather sinister “requirement” now in the UK.


      1. Yes, Ian basically you are right, the mask-wearing policy has a definitely a sinister political overtone and that is what I resent. But, as I said, I don’t have a problem in putting it on, is not like they are telling me to carry a massive backpack full of sand or something like that. Hitchens is a maniac that makes this almost a matter of life-or-death. As I don’t follow the British media I don’t know what Peter Hitchens has said about the ethnic and cultural destruction of the British people but I don’t think he has done much about it. I think is just another “kosher nationalist”.


    2. Exactly, Claudius.👌He has NEVER either stood-up for TRUELY USEFUL libertarian values in the circumstances of people like Nick Griffin and other nationalists by defending their right to free speech.

      He is just a Tory libertarian bore and the master of deflecting people down political wrong paths which he is paid very handsome sums by the Daily Mail group to do. I believe the globalist media have a term for this: it is called political ‘gatekeeping’.

      It is shameful it takes an Argentine like you to have more political acumen than most Brits do when it comes to media manipulators and political ‘gatekeepers’ like Peter Hitchens.


      1. Hello Steven: Regarding Peter Hitchens or any other “famous” journalist I think that is quite simple to figure them out when you know who is paying their salary. The most crucial factor is to think “out of the box” like you and Ian do. Being able to see through the lies of the media is vital.

        By the way, you are spot on the Japanese. I am reading a fascinating book called “Sources of Japanese Tradition” (1958) is a collection of Japanese texts from the 600s to the 1930s edited the department of Oriental studies of the University of Columbia. It shows how the Japanese preserved their traditions in spite of adopting Western customs in 1868. They developed an education system that was intensely patriotic with a very strong feeling for social harmony based on respect, honour and politeness.

        Although the Americans tried to corrupt them since 1945, the Japanese have resisted very well. Because they are not White, they have been spared the guilt complex and the self-hatred imposed on us.


  6. I don’t see how this MP can be unsure whether he likes boys or girls. If you genuinely have no preference for either gender and are not someone wholly devoid of a sexuality ie an asexual then you are a bisexual.


    1. Well, Claudius, there it is.

      Having said that, this is an age when people label something and then think that the question is answered. “Left” and “Right”, for example (or “far-Right”). Labels attached to people (sometimes by the people themselves). The Left/Right thing was outdated even in the 1930s. Now, almost useless.


  7. The R reproduction rate is meant to be 1 or below on a consistent basis as otherwise the disease expands and more people become infected and can consequently die hence the government mandating the use of masks not that selfish, amoral, Tory libertarian morons like Peter Hitchens cares about that as all he is concerned about is a few mild infringements of his personal freedom!🤬😡🙄


    1. M’Lord of Essex:
      Once you can get the people to submit to being muzzled at almost all times, you are halfway to getting them to submit to anything.

      Wait until millions of Hong Kong Chinese flood in, bringing new strains of flu or Coronavirus with them. Masks will be mandated permanently, and as you say, the Orientals ae accustomed to earing them. Tsi nao…brainwashing, on a vast scale. 洗脑


  8. Not so IF a country’s people has a sufficient IQ to recognise there are differences between various issues and with this county that is doubtful. One thing is for sure though, on this issue at least, Peter Hitchens is certainly not adding to the IQ levels of the nation.

    As to your second point, that is just one reason why we should oppose their arrival not that typical Tory moron Peter has said A SINGLE WORD about that proposed influx.🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄


  9. Re that policeman’s case I see that the youths who killed him laughed their heads off after being convicted of manslaughter for which they will probably only serve a few years in jail.😡🤬

    I had a look on Twitter about this and couldn’t stop being amused after reading tweets form the legions of Tory idiots who voted for this wretched lot in December. They, get this, are actually naive enough to believe the Tory claim to be the ‘party of law and order’ and think Priti Useless and Boris care at all about soft sentences even for those convicted of killing police officers in the line of duty!🙄🙄🙄


    1. Indeed, m’Lord of Essex.
      As with migration-invasion too. Look at what Priti Patel and Boris-idiot have done to “reduce” mass immigration. Nothing (except unwittingly, via the near-stoppage of international scheduled and other travel). In fact, not only has Priti Patel done nothing to stop the “beach invasion” by small boats but Boris-idiot has just invited 4 million Chinese to come here!


  10. We don’t need an SS. We only require a decent nationalist party to be in power that will dump the incessant and crazy Tory cry for ‘freedom’ for freedom’s sake and instead get on with creating a decent criminal justice system like that of Singapore or Japan. We need to employ many more police officers so as to provide a higher ratio of officers to the population thereby hopefully deterring crimes in the first place, increase the police forces’ effectiveness by releasing them from the loony-left cult of PC etc, increase prison capacity, introduce rattan cane floggings as in Singapore, have stiffer sentences more generally, and give consideration to the return of the rope!😂😎


  11. Derek Bentley got sent to the gallows for taking part in the killing of a policeman in 1952 via the law of ‘common purpose’. The jury that convicted him recommended a reprieve but the Tory Home Secretary of the time, Sir David Maxwell-Fyffe, declined to intervene in the case and the law took its course. I think he should have been reprieved and given a lesser sentence but at least in those days there were properly severe sentences available to the courts and judges were not afraid of using them. Also, criminals DID NOT laugh after they were sentenced especially when the judge put on his black cap and sentenced someone to hang! Today, many of the criminal fraternity do!

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  12. We should model our criminal justice system on that of Singapore.

    I think the reintroduction of judicial corporal punishment (long missed by the law abiding in Britain since the Labour Party foolishly abolished it in 1948) could make a good contribution to deterring wantonly violent young thugs like those who killed PC Harper.

    In Singapore they do it by the rattan cane and I think that would be a bigger deterrent than the birch we had:


    ‘Six of the best’, or, as in Singapore, up to 24 strokes of the rattan would not amuse criminals who laugh after they have been sentenced!


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    1. M’Lord of Essex:
      Remember “tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime”?

      In respect of *some* “communities” (and one in particular) covert sterilization is probably the only non-lethal way of breaking the vicious circle and cutting the knot.


      1. Yes, I do remember Labour’s fatuous phrase which, as ever, Tony Blair didn’t live up to.

        Labour, under that vile traitor, imported millions from the most crime ridden, backward countries on earth thereby not just importing crime directly but also helping to increase the crime rates caused by native Britons because this mass immigration severely weakened the social bonds and cohesion of our society and that is always a good breeding ground for criminality to increase especially when it is combined with a weak criminal justice system.

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  13. We could have the maximum 24 strokes of Singapore or we could increase it further for those who have committed the very worst crimes, apart from wilful murder, such as voluntary manslaughter alongside a lengthy prison term as they do.

    I would suggest a maximum of fifty to one hundred strokes of the rattan cane. As we don’t wish to kill people then we could still have 24 strokes as a maximum at any one time and then do the remaining strokes in instalments of 25 strokes in further sessions. Now, I can’t say fairer than that, can I?😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣😁😁😁😁😝😝😝😝😂😂😂😂😆😆😆😂😂😂👌👌👌😎😎😎😎😂😂😂😂😂

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  14. As well as ensuring there are more sentences of a tougher nature being given we must ensue we have the best deterrent to crime of all in a decent state ie that of the police.

    We desperately need them to return to being the strictly politically neutral forces they once were and for them to concentrate on REAL police work and be released from the ever increasingly loony-left PC handcuffs Labour and fake Tory governments have put them under.


  15. After doing these measures to reform them it would then be worth it to invest large sums of public money in them. This is needed to increase the number of police vehicles, staffed police stations and, above all, the numbers of police officers so as to increase the ratio of policemen and women to the size of our population.

    We need to get this ratio to the levels of Austria or Germany at the very least if not to that of countries like Greece, Portugal or a dependent territory of ours ie Bermuda:


    Getting them walking the beat to provide a more visible police presence to deter crime instead of being too often being stuck behind a computer looking at the tweets of those who are not PC would be good as well!.


  16. As to the recruitment of many more officers, we should be biased towards employing more men. I am not sexist but there are too many short and weak women in police forces nowdays and they tend to be of a more soppy and politically correct mentality than men are with Cressida Dick of the Met being a particularly notorious example. Male officers as well as being less likely to be PC are often taller in height terms and stronger in their physical traits and that helps them to project a more deterring presence to would be criminals and those of a potentially violent disposition in particular.


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