Diary Blog, 11 August 2020

Belarus

Looks as though, as in Ukraine, Georgia and elsewhere in the former Soviet Union in the fairly recent past, things are now hotting up in Belarus. Existing discontents are probably being used by the New World Order [NWO] conspiracy to bring Belarus (former Belorussia) into the NWO/NATO matrix.

Below, a “protester” runs down members of a riot squad (probably Belarus KGB-Alpha, a kind of spetsnaz unit) and drives away.

Whether you call the driver’s action “protesting”, “criminal” or “terrorism”, I should not like to be in his shoes. As the Cheka [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheka] said in the Russian Civil War, “the legs of the traitor are not as long as the arms of the Cheka”…

Belarus is effectively a dictatorship, but one which has some positive aspects.

Talking about the Slavonic world, I happened to see the film report below:

The village is in the western part of the Urals region. As for the lady herself, her name suggests a Tatar origin.

The project has an online presence:

https://cocco-bello.com/

http://www.socialenterprisebsr.net/2018/03/coccobello-honey-from-russian-village/

https://atlasofthefuture.org/project/coccobello/

The village had, formerly, nothing but the tarmac road laid down in Soviet times; otherwise, nothing, not a school, shop, or even a well.

The presenter describes the place as a “village”, but in England we would call it a “hamlet”. I think that the distinction is that a “hamlet” is very small and/or has no church. The Russian language before the revolution had the same distinction: a “derevnye” [деревня] was a village (with church), whereas a “selo” [село] was a hamlet or tiny village usually without a church.

In Soviet times, with most local churches destroyed, left to become ruined, or used as barns etc, places were often designated simply as “settlements”. A “settlement” was (or is) a “poselenye” [поселение]. Another word found is “gorodok” [городок] though that really means “small town”, a town being a “gorod”, which can be anything from a place with maybe 1,000 inhabitants to somewhere as big as Moscow, with millions.

It does show the importance of the individual in human and social life: one person can make a huge difference, the crucial difference.

Migrant-invaders

As far as I know, I was the first person to use the term “migrant-invaders”. That was when I had a Twitter account (from 2010, effectively from 2011; the Jews had me expelled in 2018).

This morning, I was listening to a few minutes of the now-almost-irrelevant BBC Radio 4 Today Programme; pathetically-poor Liz Truss was being grilled by Nick Robinson about the hundreds of invaders now crossing the Channel daily. It seems that at least a handful (about 20) Conservative Party MPs have signed a letter quite correctly describing the migrants as “migrant-invaders“, and —needless to say— Today presenter Robinson took umbrage at the phrasing. Idiotic Truss would not endorse the language her colleagues have used.

Still, interesting. Who knows, maybe my blog is more influential than I myself sometimes imagine…

More from Minsk

Looks as though there is a head of steam building up behind the protests:

The Northern Urals region

Saw the video below, made by the same American as the video posted above in this blog post. The real Russian people, some of them, are among the best people you will find anywhere in the world.

Beautiful countryside, but a land ravaged by Sovietism, particularly the terrible Collectivization of the 1928-40 period [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collectivization_in_the_Soviet_Union].

Telling to see the magnificent 19thC main building in one semi-desolate place. Sovietism and in particular the Collectivization of agriculture ruined so much in Russia, though as always one could point to some positive aspects, and in particular, electrification as well as, in some cases, road construction and (sometimes, near towns and cities) piped water. As Lenin said, “Socialism means Soviet power plus the electrification of the whole country.

Now, population decline is ubiquitous in rural Russia, with villages and small towns left full of the elderly, the poor, drunks and those generally unable to migrate to larger places.

Rural and other collectives of social nationalists in various countries

People who have long read my blog will be aware that I support the migration of (UK) social nationalists to certain parts of the country, in order to concentrate forces. A socio-political Schwerpunkt, to adapt the ideas of Clausewitz. Well, others, in other countries, have had similar ideas. USA: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northwest_Territorial_Imperative https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Covington

https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t1287998/ https://ruralnexion.bigcartel.com/

https://www.seattlemag.com/knute-berger-column/progressive-northwest-white-supremacists-think-its-perfect-place-sow-hatred https://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-fg-pacific-northwest-hate-20190525-story.html https://www.nytimes.com/1986/07/05/us/neo-nazis-dream-of-a-racist-territory-in-pacific-northwest-refuses-to-die.html https://theowp.org/possible-threat-of-neo-nazi-groups-in-united-states/

Germany:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-17556575/germany-s-new-breed-of-neo-nazis (typical BBC: the reporter was a Jewish woman…).

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-right-wing-organic-farmers-of-germany

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/sep/09/neo-nazi-elected-head-of-council-in-german-village

Deutschland erwache!

https://altcensored.com/watch?v=8RHS-8v97Uk

https://www.altcensored.com/watch?v=rgPv48RBo3g

Musical and natural-world interlude

Tweets seen today

Ah. Mentally-violent “antifa” cheerleader, grifter and self-described “historian”/”journalist”, Mike Stuchbery, now claims to “speak for most Britons“! He is an Australian now living in Stuttgart, someone who only lived in the UK for a few years.

Stuchbery, like so many self-described “Left” individuals, pro-EU partisans and multikulti enthusiasts, is also aggressively (from a distance) pro-facemasks or muzzles. It’s a pathology…

Here he is again:

As always, Stuchbery is pro-violence, so long as he himself is not involved except as rear-echelon instigator.

Here’s another ignoramus, Paul Bernal, who is (incredibly) a lecturer in law, and who thinks that “free speech” is still free speech even when you get imprisoned (as under “holocaust” “denial” laws in France, Germany, Austria) or shot (as in Stalin’s Russia etc) for saying something unapproved. Here, in the tweet below, he calls the migration-invasion across the Channel a “story”. No…actually, it is an invasion. 50,000-100,000 a year; and that is only the number coming across in small boats. Others come hidden in yachts, fishing boats, car boots, trucks etc. Then there is “legally-permitted” immigration, which is about 99x the number coming across in rubber boats; and what about the number popping out of immigrant mothers resident in the UK? Pop! Pop! Pop!

Here is Owen Jones, too. A full house of idiots today!

Jones is partly-right: the state of the country is the fault of those exploiting the British people, not (mainly) the migrant-invaders. However, we the British people do not want them here anyway!

More tweets

#SS #Ahnenerbe

He’s right. Twitter is a waste of time, though useful for me in terms of posting the opinions of others as illustrative, for my blog.

Very true. A Waitrose employee told me recently that their store management received an email from Waitrose HQ demanding that all staff wear facemasks or muzzles. Free country? Hardy ha ha!

Look at this now [below]!

Anyone who thinks that this is anything other than a giant international conspiracy must be rather naive, almost panglossian. Don’t forget that most of these “democratic” Western “national leaders” know each other rather well. Many studied together, went to Bilderberg [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilderberg_meeting] together etc…For example, Jacinda Ardern worked for the Labour Party in London! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacinda_Ardern#Early_life_and_education

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/28/kushner-google-and-microsoft-to-attend-secret-bilderberg-meeting.html

Lockdown/shutdown of the UK

The article below, written in April by Peter Hitchens, is well worth reading: https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2020/04/we-love-big-brother

Disturbing footage has emerged showing a woman being choked by a male police officer during a violent arrest in Melbourne after she was caught not wearing a face mask.” [Daily Mail]

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8613253/Cop-CHOKES-woman-refused-wear-face-mask-arrest-streets-Melbourne.html#v-9210073029720032584

The woman can be heard repeatedly screaming 'He's choking me' throughout the clip

In Melbourne, the very place where that nasty little bastard Stuchbery originated! Is it something in the water?

Will there now be demonstrations, marches, even riots in Australia, USA, UK, New Zealand? No, of course not! She’s white and probably has no serious criminal record…#WhiteLivesMatter…

Yes. As I have blogged recently several times (echoed by Peter Hitchens and others), what is really crazy is that the sort of people who used to be rebellious, who prioritized “rights” and “civil liberties” and “freedoms” in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s (I mean those who think of themselves as “Left”, [“libertarian” or other] “socialists”, even “anarchists”) are now those who are begging, literally in some cases, to have stricter control by the State, stricter rules, harsher penalties for going out or not wearing a mask or muzzle. That mentally-disordered “antifa” nut, Stuchbery, is far from being the only one.

Look at Twitter. Virtually all those who identify, on or in the Twitter echo-chamber, as “anti-racist”, “FBPE”, “Remain”, “socialist”, pro-EU etc, the pro-Jewish lobby mob too, are fanatical in their support for facemask-wearing, “lockdown” and anything else that restricts the British people during the overblown Coronavirus “crisis”.

As for Australia, what has happened to them? I myself was there for 3 years as a child (in Sydney) and attended school there: Middle Harbour PS and North Sydney Boys’ High. 1967-69. The police were never even seen where I lived (admittedly a fairly affluent area, Mosman and Cremorne); I never noticed any police even at busy places where I might swim, such as Manly Beach and Balmoral Beach (the latter the nearest to my home), or even much in the city centre (they call that the “CBD” now).

Of course, Australia is now “diverse”: it has imported millions of non-Europeans since the 1970s, and its population is about double the 12 million who lived in Australia when I was at school there…

More tweets seen

So your chance of dying from Coronavirus in the UK on any day at present is not much greater than the chance of hitting a major National Lottery prize…

Late-night music

33 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 11 August 2020”

  1. It is high time Peter Hitchens was arrested and put in some uncomfortable dungeon somewhere. He is putting at risk the safety of people by inciting shop workers and others to refuse to wear masks. My patience with his increasingly demented rantings is at an end.😡🤬

    Good for those Tory MPs who recognise the migration invasion for what it truely is. 👌 They will probably get deselected now for having those opinions. Now, they can try and persuade Perpetually Useless Priti to DO something about it.😡🤬 As for Liz Truss she would say that, wouldn’t she? A more utterly useless Tory woman it would be hard to find.😡🤬That brainless blonde bimbo is literally as thick as excrement and is only an MP because she has a vagina and not a penis.🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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  2. Jacinda Arden may well have worked for our useless Labour Party but so what! She has been performing magnificently throughout this crisis and is the world’s best female PM at the moment with the only exception being, perhaps, Chancellor Angela Merkel.👌👌👌

    Give me either of those two instead of Boris Idiot and company anyday!😡🤬

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  3. Well done also to Australia’s great PM, Scott Morrison, who has also done very well during this crisis. Our Aussie cousins have, sadly, been whinging about him but he has worked hard to reduce Covid-19 deaths and has successfully achieved that and done an excellent job so ‘fair dinkum’ to him.👌😎😎

    Virtually EVERY world leader from Macron to Ardern to Scott Morrison has done well with the glaring exceptions of Boris Idiot and Tango Man in Washington who had the same opinions as Peter Moron Hitchens and will probably lose his job to Joe Biden in November because of them.

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  4. Owen Jones, yet another foul media supported ‘licensed Marxist’ and a major reason why most people don’t take the Labour Party at all seriously.

    Stupid too even by the usual low standards of these types seeing as he is a gay man and should Muslims ever gain ultimate power in this land which they are predicted to do thanks to people like him he will be pushed off Beachy Head because of his homosexuality.

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    1. I didn’t know that he was homosexual. Well done Owen! Now you are 100% despicable! Steven is right. I would like to see you in a Muslim country. Did you know that they stone people like you to death? LOL

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      1. I despise Owen Jones because of his silly, immature, neo- Marxist political opinions not because he happens to be homosexual. I couldn’t care less what his sexuality is as, after all, it wasn’t his own free choice.

        Japan is very traditional in many ways yet they are quite tolerant as regards homosexuality in that the practice off it has never been an offence unlike here until the 1960’s.

        Many gays are leftist and globalist like Owen Jones is but some are intensely patriotic and more so, in reality, than a beer-swilling ‘football patriot’.

        He, like other globalist gays and bisexuals, should realise that Muslims can be very intolerant towards his kind and therefore stop supporting the importations of yet more of them.

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      2. I have only had reservations about two of the pro gay reforms to our laws: 1) You could say the equal age of consent is a touch young at 16 and that the compromise age of 18 our parliament voted for in 1994 is more appropriate and 2.) the allowance of gay adoption as it is not just an individual right but one that involves children.

        Gay CIVIL marriage is not something to die in a ditch over and allowing them to serve in the military is ok too provided they adhere to the normal standards of military discipline others have to follow.

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  5. Belarus is an interesting country in two respects especially: They are the ONLY country in Europe that still uses capital punishment AND the ONLY other country apart from profoundly undemocratic Britain that uses the unrepresentative crap of First Past The Post as a standalone electoral system!

    So, Tories in particular but also Labour Party dinosaurs as well, swell your chests out in British national pride that you continue to refuse the British people an opportunity to change this crap system and we are twins with Belarus in this respect!😡🤬🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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    1. Countries which have First Past The Post as a standalone electoral system are usually: 1.) ex British colonies like Canada 2.) Third World s@#@holes like Liberia or 3.) current overseas dependencies and TAX HAVENS of the United Kingdom like the Cayman Islands and Bermuda where rock icon and very rich David Bowie once owned a property!

      Perhaps the Tories love FPTP because they would like to turn Britain into a European version of the Cayman Islands or Bermuda!for the ultra-rich!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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      1. I have, m’Lord of Essex, been to both Bermuda and the Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman). Not really countries or states even formally, both being British Overseas Territories (formerly British Dependent Territories); “fake states”, though not “states” even nominally. I find it hard to take seriously even the small states which are actual states, like Monaco and Liechtenstein (have visited the latter, but only for the day).

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      2. Bermuda is almost totally self-governing (I believe the government there has more powers than any other British overseas territory) and these powers are so extensive they used to have both capital punishment and judicial corporal punishment on the statute book until as late as 1999!

        They abolished these sentences under pressure from Bliar’s Government in London who threatened to do it for them unless they done it themselves. It is a little known fact that the last hanging carried out on British soil occurred in Bermuda in 1977 after a local Black Power man murdered an ex Tory MP who was appointed to be the island’s British governor.

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      3. I was unaware of that fact about Bermuda, m’Lord of Essex.

        There was a similar case in Trinidad in the 1970s. Of course, Trinidad is and even then was independent. That involved a young woman called Gail something or other, whose father was or had been a Conservative MP. The murderer was another “Black Power” activist, “Michael X”. There is a theory, possibly correct, but not mooted at the time publicly (there may have been a D-notice) that the victim was working as an SIS agent when she was killed.

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  6. We also share the archaic crap of the standalone First Past The Post electoral system with such world renowned beacons of democracy apart from Belarus with countries like Liberia in West Africa. Are we proud, undemocratic Tories and Labour Party dinosaurs to share our electoral system with a typical African Third World s@#%hole like that?

    Personally, I am NOT proud as a Briton to do so but you undemocratic scumbags obviously are!😡🤬☹️😞

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  7. Stuchberry and the pro- EU mob on Twitter are wrong on many fronts but on Covid-19 they have the right idea. Peter is wrong in that he fondly imagines a light touch response by government will work in this country as it has in Japan but then Japan has a homogenous virtually exclusively Japanese population that is naturally obedient and displays the required amounts of social and national solidarity, self responsibility and concern for the rights and health of others. Needless to say, we don’t have such a population now thanks mainly to Tories like Peter supporting the globalist non Conservative Party for too long.🙄🙄🙄🙄

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  8. I think it is noteworthy that even the tiny Principality of Monaco which is world famous for being a sunny bolt hole and tax haven for the globe’s super-rich doesn’t use First Past The Post not even as a part of its parallel voting system which Japan also has though they DO have FPTP as ONE part of theirs.

    Monaco uses a party list and bloc voting.

    To my mind, the Tories are dedicated to freezing FPTP as our system in aspic for all time for two main reasons: 1.) They are afraid that under an electoral system like PR whereby many more votes would count they would have to change their economic policies and tax policies towards the very rich and 2.) they feel they would need to take a harder line on immigration/asylum/law and order in order to not lose too many votes to a party to their ‘Right’ like Merkel’s CDU has done with respect to the Afd party in Germany.

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      1. First Past The Post is basically the system a country has when it first moves away from having the ‘divine rule of Kings and Queens’ ie an absolute Monarchy as we used to have and becomes a ‘democracy’ for the first time. Needless to say, we have had a constitutional Monarchy for hundreds of years now so our electoral system should be updated by now to reflect that change!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

        The constitutional Monarchy of Belgium got around to dumping FPTP and changing to using Proportional Representation in 1899!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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      2. As you say, m’Lord of Essex, the “Supremacy of Parliament” comes directly out of a transmutation of “the Divine Right of Kings”, both products of, not the mediaeval period, but the post-mediaeval *and* post-Renaissance 17thC.

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      3. With the word crude being the operative one when discussing this simplistic system! Infact, FPTP is so immensely crude it can’t even perform, on occasions, the most basic task of a sane electoral system ie ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEEING that the party with the MOST VOTES in the country ALWAYS WINS THE MOST SEATS!

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      4. Eg, in this country in 1951 Clement Attlee’s Labour Party had MORE VOTES than Winston Churchill’s Conservatives did yet it was the Tories who won MORE SEATS and therefore formed a government.

        Conversly, in February 1974 Edward Heath’s Conservative Party polled MORE VOTES yet Harold Wilson’s Labour Party had more seats so Heath had to resign as PM and his party lost power.

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      5. The Tories and Labour Party dinosaurs say FPTP is ‘fair’. Well, that is ONLY true in a very, very, narrow sense ie that the candidate WITHIN a SINGLE seat with the highest vote wins.

        BUT that is where the problems begin with this system! People in this country think they are voting for a government or a party when they put their single X against the name of the Tory, Labour, Lib Dem candidate but, strictly speaking, they ARE ONLY voting for Joe Bloggs as an INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATE in their OWN CONSTITUENCY.

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      6. The Conservative Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrats etc are POLITICAL PARTIES and NOT just a random collection of individuals. First Past The Post DOES NOT recognise a role for COLLECTIVE ENTITIES like political parties ONLY INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATES in 600 plus INDIVIDUAL SEATS so it is no wonder it produces disproportionate results at the NATIONAL LEVEL which is what the House of Commons is MEANT to be.

        FPTP does NOT give us an EXPLICIT VOTE for a POLITICAL PARTY.

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      7. M’Lord of Essex, the main argument against that system and other similar non-FPTP systems is that of relative complexity. The people need simplicity. Admittedly, the basic idea you propose is fairly straightforward, but some people may say “not sufficiently”.

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    1. There could also be a secret third reason shared with Labour ie both parties have been infiltrated by Zionist Jewish Pro Israel/Israel First extremists ie the ‘Friends of Israel’ groupings etc and have received money from the Pro Israel Lobby.

      That lobby would find their job much harder if we had Proportional Representation since there would be a small increase in the number of parties represented in the House of Commons. Basically, the more electorally viable parties in parliament there are then the more parties you have to infiltrate.

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  9. Hello Peter: Thank you for the post about Belarus, very interesting. I went to Jewkipedia for some basic information about the country, and it is highly ironic that Alexander Lukashenko is attacked as “a dictator” and “a tyrant” when in the rotten Western world there is no freedom of speech or association.

    Blissfully Belarus is a racially homogenous White nation, and that is a great point in its favour. Belarus is also THE ONLY country in the EU that maintains the death penalty (something that would please Steven, LOL)

    Look at this crap posted by the disgusting Jewish encyclopaedia called “Wikipedia”:

    Belarus’s Democracy Index rating is the lowest in Europe, the country is labelled as “not free” by Freedom House, as “repressed” in the Index of Economic Freedom, and is rated as the worst country for press freedom in Europe in the 2013–14 Press Freedom Index published by Reporters Without Borders, which ranks Belarus 157th out of 180 nations.

    I wonder about the ranking of the UK…

    LOL

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    1. Claudius:
      On paper, the UK has a free Press(etc) but (((they))) have corrupted it to such an extent that it is in most respects little more free than the msm of the old Soviet Union.

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    2. Belarus isn’t in the EU whilst they are in Europe. If they wanted to join the EU they would have to rid themselves of capital punishment as it is a condition of EU membership that countries must not use the death penalty.

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    3. Our press is only superficially more free than that of Belarus. Criticise Israel to any real extent or the activities of Jewish Zionist Pro Israel/Israel First extremists like poor, old Jeremy Corbyn did and you will see of ‘free’ the ‘British’ press is!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

      In other respects, Britain would have a democracy ranking not far off that of Belarus. Unlike them, we have an unelected Head of State so if you are not a member of the House of Windsor you can forget aspiring to be our Head of State, we have Ann unelected second chamber of parliament called the House of Lords and we share with Belarus the profoundly undemocratic FPTP electoral system which means you can get MILLIONS of VOTES as UKIP did in 2015 ( OVER FOUR MILLION of them or 12.6% of the national vote) and get ONE MP for it!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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    1. Ha, ha, can you REALLY blame me? Peter Hitchens with his increasingly over the top rantings about Covid-19 and insistence upon an unrealistic libertarian approach to the crisis would strain the patience of a Saint!🤬😡

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