Diary Blog, 29 September 2020


The moment —see below— when little Matt Hancock woke up from the delusion that he is a serious political leader…

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Below, from yesterday, but worth thinking about:

Looks like ignorant TV face Piers Morgan is finally (just) starting to wake up…

As for “lockdowns” supposedly “protecting the NHS”, the NHS staff have been protected (many are working from home, and not even at hospitals and medical centres) but the patients have in many cases been left to sink or swim…

The present Parliamentary system “needs scrapping“, too!

The irony is that changes to state power in various other countries in the past century were done because a party and a dictator wanted to institute a dictatorship in order to carry out a programme; in Germany, the Enabling Act 1933 [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enabling_Act_of_1933]; in the Soviet Union, a number of decrees, conference resolutions and executive actions [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_of_Vladimir_Lenin].

The present clownish government in the UK has no real, let alone radical or revolutionary programme to promulgate and execute. It is swept along by events. There may be an overarching “international conspiracy” “programme”, but that goes beyond this discussion and is being directed from secret sources. As far as the “Conservative” Party government led or headed by Boris Johnson is concerned, it really has no programme at all. Rudderless.

Boris-idiot resembles the jester or court fool of the mediaeval period, who is made “King for a Day”.

Who to blame? Obviously, firstly, Boris-idiot himself. It was his ambition to be “World King”, —Prime Minister is the nearest offered by the UK— that has led him to his present rank.

I blame also the Conservative Party MPs, who supported “Boris” as party leader, thinking that he would be popular with the voters. I blame, also, the 90,000+ (out of 140,000) Conservative Party members who wanted “Boris” to be their leader.

Most of all, I blame the uncritical mass media, the scribblers and talking heads of which have been promoting “Boris” openly for about 20 years.

What of the voters themselves? Yes, they, at least those that voted for Conservative Party candidates, are also to blame, but they were misled by the msm, which promoted “Boris”, and at the same time demonized Corbyn. The Jewish lobby was a large part of that.

Still think that you live in a “free and fair” “democracy”?

Here (above) we see Peter Hitchens offering a non-solution to the problem. Abstention, while it may send a vague message of sullen resistance to the System (eg if the voter turnout is 10% rather than the usual General Election figure of 60%+), achieves nothing beyond that. The same parties (in Hitler’s words, “the dirty democratic politicians”) will fight for that 10% just as they usually do for the present 65% or 70%), ignoring the non-voters.

Any similar graph showing world “Covid-19” statistics would be even more striking, because in the world as a whole a million have died, but of course that is out of eight thousand million! One death for every eight thousand people on the Earth.

Once again, above, Hitchens has no answer except to say “don’t vote” or “vote for someone/anyone else”! Parliamentary democracy as we have known it for the past couple of centuries just does not do its job any more.

Proportional representation would help, but on its own would not be enough. There must be movement towards the Threefold Social Order concept: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_threefolding.

“Bloody Sunday”

Sometimes this country (as it now is) infuriates me, often it exasperates me. “Bloody Sunday” is one example. Whatever the rights and wrongs, the fact is that those events took place nearly 49 years ago. In earlier ages, Britain (Ireland maybe not) made history, good or bad, then moved on, to make new history. These days, everything drags on forever.

It is the same with the Hillsborough football stadium thing. Yes, very sad that people died in an incident probably avoidable, yes the behaviour of some of the police and Press was wrong, but it was 31 years ago. Enough!

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Corbyn libel case

Jeremy Corbyn is being sued by a BBC journalist and maybe others (I have not kept up with the nonsense). I notice that Corbyn’s legal defence fund has now slowed almost to a halt, but not before it has reached (as of today) £332,803: https://uk.gofundme.com/f/47gyy-jeremy039s-legal-fund. That compares to about £318K a couple of months ago.

The mouse that roared

On my way back from, as the Americans say, running an errand, I decided to call in at a “Mole Country Store”, one of a medium-size chain of such outlets. I had only been there once or twice over the years.

They had instituted a silly “one-way” system, presumably in case someone is a plague-carrier. I went through the labyrinth without finding what I wanted, so approached one of the two cashiers, a woman in late middle age wearing a mask despite being behind a perspex screen.

I pulled my disposable facemask down to say “I am looking for…“, and that was as far as I got before the harridan barked (and that is the accurate term) “PUT YOUR FACEMASK ON PLEASE SIR!” (the “Sir” very much the kind of “Sir” sometimes tacked on by the police to some sarcastic remark, or by instructors of Army officer-cadets, as in “you will call me Sir and I shall call you Sir; the difference is that you will mean it.”…).

After a brief exchange in which it turned out that “Mole Country Store” did not have the product I wanted (I think that the old bitch was lying, in fact, in order to mess me around), I expostulated that “this is nonsense!“, as I stormed out, tearing off the mask.

There were only three customers anyway (it was much busier there a few years ago), so it may be that the place is living on borrowed time. I hope so, if that is how their serfs treat the customers. Anyway, they have just lost one customer.

I think that the sort of situation just described is one of the worst aspects of the Government-imposed nonsense of the past months. That woman is no longer a poorly-paid wage-slave in some rural store. Oh, no. She is now the guardian of publc health, who can bark at people to do this, do that etc. All sorts of nuisances, pains-in-the-whatever, and busybodies, have been emboldened and their existences somehow validated by the “lockdown”, “social distancing” and now facemask nonsense imposed by Boris-idiot and his Friends of Israel regime.

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Is that woman’s face and expression that of the British police, or of what amounts to that of a merciless invader, alien and wishing harm to us? I hope not the latter, but am not very optimistic.

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Diary Blog, 27-28 September 2020



I was looking on Oddschecker Political for odds around current UK politics. I see that the betting is that “Boris” will depart from Downing Street next year (2021). That is the favourite bet, followed by this year! Few are willing to bet that he will still be there in 2022, 2023, or 2024.

I cannot say that I am surprised. Recently, I saw someone deflated, someone who has achieved a lifetime ambition only to find that it has turned to ashes in his hands.

“Boris” never was fitted to be a Prime Minister, or any kind of minister. For all his spouting of rote-learned Latin and Greek tags etc, he has not the intellectual horsepower; neither has he any real ideas. In fact, “Boris” is unsuitable in every possible way.

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When the time comes, we shall know what to do with such elements.

Look at that: the “British” police will brutalize a British (i.e. white) middleaged woman, but they will kneel down in surrender to a mob of blacks, and will do the bidding of a pack of organized Jews such as the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”, which has suborned senior officers of several forces.

I agree. My sympathy for the police ran out, to a large extent, long ago. Being summoned in 2017 to a “voluntary” involuntary interview in godforsaken estuarial Essex, an interview instigated by a pack of malicious Jews, did not improve my view of them… https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/

Amazingly, malicious and useless Sadiq Khan is still second or third favourite to become Labour leader after Starmer (according to Oddschecker)!

True (though I notice that the baby in the poster is non-European; the non-European population has to be reduced worldwide).

Whether one takes at face value the “global warming” idea, or not, it is clear, surely, that something is happening to the global climate? It may or may not be caused by “emissions” of carbon gases; that is unproven. However, there seems to be, putting it this way, more happening in various ways than was the case at least in the last few centuries.

They look a lot more impressive than the UK equivalent, it has to be admitted…

…and, though few know it, the Guantanamo concentration camp inmates were/are not the first victims of American “dehumanization by mask”; those accused of helping John Wilkes Booth were held on a ship or hulk in the Potomac, hooded and/or masked, for months.

Good grief. What a disgrace.

After this, no prisoners. If the police do the dirty work of an emergent police state, they are part of that emergent police state.

Douglas Murray is just a well-paid puppet of the Jewish lobby, Israel lobby and the NWO/ZOG “System”. Much of what he writes is correct in itself, yet serves the power cabals.

The sheer conformism of the students is incredible. I saw some on a TV news broadcast. Not one said anything like “let’s all march/demonstrate/go home when we feel like it/ do whatever we want to do”. One even said that he does not like the “lockdown” but it must be necessary or some such BS…

Thinking beyond the immediate present, one wonders what those students are actually getting out of their “degree” courses. Presumably most will be rewarded for their passivity and conformity by being awarded “top” degrees (meaningless because almost all will get them), after which they will struggle to get any jobs, certainly any lucrative ones or any that aspire to being part of a “career”.

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28 September 2020

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Too late for that!

Ingrid Seward, Editor of Majesty magazine, said the couple were ‘hypocritical’ for agreeing to the reality series after they left the UK for the US for greater privacy. It is extraordinary. This is exactly what they said they wouldn’t do,’ she said.” [Daily Mail]

Royal Married with Children“? (my suggestion of a couple of years ago). Or “The Real Housewives of Windsor Castle“? What a farce, and predictably so. Harry and the Royal Mulatta…

Britain no longer has an Empire, just a few remnants, but I suppose that Harry could be appointed to a post such as Governor of the Turks and Caicos Islands, thus following in the footsteps of the one-time Edward VIII, the Duke of Windsor, who was kept out of the way as Governor of the Bahamas


The land of plenty…

News from the Westminster monkeyhouse

The MP for Leicester East, Claudia Webbe [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudia_Webbe] has been charged with harassment: https://news.sky.com/story/leicester-east-mp-claudia-webbe-charged-with-harassment-against-female-12084430

I look forward to blogging about her when her trial (assuming that there is one) is over.

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Unsurprising. After all, what we have in the UK, whatever the party label, is ZOG— Zionist Occupation Government. Now if only Peter Hitchens (or others, for that matter) would make that clear in columns and on radio and TV (before the Zionist Jews gang up to get radio, TV and Press to sack him), that really would be a game-changer; but it is asking a lot to expect any msm journalist, scribbler, or talking head to sacrifice career, income etc for the truth.

ZOG police

Worth reading: https://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk/

People might also be interested in this: https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2017/02/08/my-visit-to-the-london-forum/

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Ten deaths! Out of thousands of cases recorded, and a population of maybe 70 million! This is madness. It is clear from the graph above that “the virus” peaked, in terms of deaths from (with) it, in early April, and that there is virtually no danger to most people now.

Neil was not “woke” enough for those who now run the BBC, and he tended to “cut through the crap”. He has his faults, such as being completely on the side of the Jew lobby, but he is still by far the best political interviewer around.

Oh, no, not another old fool…When I was living for a few months in Egypt (1997-98), I became friendly with a British woman and her Coptic Christian husband (an Egyptian). They told me that this sort of thing is a perennial problem: the older woman from (usually) the UK, aged 40-60 usually, but sometimes older, who “falls in love” with a younger Egyptian (20-40), sometimes a felucca skipper on the Nile, sometimes just someone met at a bar or hotel dance. These days, I suppose one has to add “met on Facebook” or similar to the possibilities…

The woman, divorced or widowed, but sometimes married (but if so, husband not en poste on the holiday) gets seduced and eventually marries the Egyptian. She returns to the UK to sell her house to fund her exciting new life, buys property in Egypt (put into the husband’s name), then, after another trip back to the UK, returns to find her husband living with his real or prior wife (whom the Englishwoman may have met, maybe at the “wedding”, when that other woman posed as the man’s “sister” or “cousin”!).

The British woman soon finds that she has been well and truly “stitched-up”, unable to reclaim her property or money, and quite likely finding that the “marriage” is not even valid under local law.

I might add that a few such marriages are genuine, as with the couple I met, but most are not.

You find this sort of thing reported on occasionally in the UK Press, not only re. Egypt but when British women even marry black Africans from some tribe or other. Absolutely ridiculous.

“Elected” dictatorship…

What stupid vandalism, for a service road “needed” for a rail line upon which may or may not eventually run a train which by that time will itself not be needed or wanted.

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Diary Blog, 26 September 2020

Jess Phillips

This made me laugh: https://order-order.com/2020/09/23/jess-phillips-sheds-tear-over-obvious-troll-photoshop/

I have blogged about deadhead MP Jess Phillips before: https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/05/07/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-jess-phillips-story/

Like so many “democratically-elected” MPs (in fact, first selected, and by a very exclusionary selection process, and only then “elected” in what amounts to a rigged public show), Jess Phillips is a bad joke who should be binned.

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One of the best tweets I have seen.

The whole Western world needs a cultural revolution and a cultural purge.


Well-intentioned, but writing letters and sending emails (or even blogging) only has limited influential effect in a corrupt system riven with Evil. Most MPs are willing collaborators with the forces destroying Britain and all Europe.

When Britain has a real government, it must launch a real inquiry (not the usual toothless “judge-led” or other PR exercise) into the decadence and subversion riddling our society and particularly the msm, which baleful influence has been growing for decades, and which has intensified recently (because 2022 is approaching). Something akin to the Star Chamber, or —for a limited time— the “troikas” of Stalin’s time.

We are presently being subjected to social mass conditioning on the grand scale: the “lockdown(s)”, the facemask muzzling of the population, the attempt to create a forest of fear from an acorn of reality. It is connected with “the Great Reset” and “the Great Replacement”. Look at TV ads, soaps, dramas on TV etc. All part of the evil conspiracy.

What tweeter “@Sputnik71” means, I think, is that if MPs were “dense idiots”, they…well…would never be MPs at all! Ha ha! No doubt kind and well-meaning, but has he ever seen these idiots?! I refer him to my “Deadhead MPs” series for a small selection. A few names might give “Sputnik71” pause: Diane Abbott, Fiona Onasanya, Scott Mann, Iain Dunce Duncan Smith, Jess Phillips; and many more. See the Jess Phillips profile above in today’s blog; or another, such as this one about Kate Osamor: https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2018/12/02/troop-cartload-barrel-or-family/

It is human nature to suppose that an MP or political leader must be extremely intelligent or at least quite intelligent, educated etc; otherwise he (or she) would not be there. Likewise, that a very wealthy person must be pretty aware and skilled to have their money. Sadly, no.

Many politicians have had both help and luck (though they do need ambition), while most (I concede not all) of the very wealthy simply inherited the loot. Zac Goldsmith. Where would he be, otherwise? An office bod, at best. Or look at Boris-idiot…

Likewise again, when the public are scared witless by “fake news” about a (real) virus being a kind of plague, it is human nature to comply with the “advice” (in the UK backed by fake “law”) and regulation laid down by “the authorities”.

The truth is that, unpleasant though “Covid-19” Coronavirus is for a relative few who both get it and also cannot fight off the symptoms, it has actually killed (even on officially-inflated statistics) under 50,000 people in the UK, out of over 70,000,000, roughly 1 person in 1,500, and most of the deaths were of the very elderly not expected to live long anyway. That is sad, but simply reality. Like life itself, arguably…

As for the world as a whole, a million deaths out of 8 thousand million people! One death for every 8,000 people living.

There is more behind this. The “virus” may have been deliberately created and/or deliberately released. Whatever the truth of that, it is being used to create a robot-society across much of the world.

“Pfeffel” of course being “Boris” (Boris Johnson, Boris-idiot).

When I lived in Almaty (former Alma-Ata), Kazakhstan (this was in 1996-1997), I once saw, from a car, on the road to the former Olympic skating facility in the mountains (I myself occasionally skated there), a quite large number of Kazakh people bathing naked, or wearing only swimming clothing, in a shallow stream or small river fed by mountain snow and flowing through a wooded glade. This was in October and the temperature in the foothills of the mountains was rather low. Such streams are very cold even in Summer (I know— I tried one once!).

[the ice-skating stadium, Medeo, Kazakhstan]

I later asked what the people were doing there and was told that Nazarbaeva, the wife of the President, had recommended bathing in that place as a cure (for almost anything). She claimed to have done so herself. Those brainless Kazakhs were bathing there because they believed her, and they believed her because she was the wife of the President.

Meanwhile, the formerly quite good Soviet medical facilities in the city (Alma-Ata was something of a showplace) were degrading because of funding being diverted from such spending to the offshore bank accounts of the few at the top of the new post-Soviet society in Kazakhstan. Who needs hospitals and medicines etc when a dip in a cold stream will cure you?…

You may say, “well, what do you expect?”, and I agree, but look at British people all going to Waitrose muzzled, and mainly out of both social conformity and because they have been fed a pack of rubbish by clowns posing as “Government” ministers or “Government experts”.

Some silly rabbits can even be seen walking outside, muzzled even though alone and with strong winds blowing!

Boris-idiot: boo-hoo!

Look at who we have to feel sorry for now! https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8774005/Wholl-bail-Boris-Johnson-taken-vast-pay-cut-PM.html

Apparently, “Boris” was making £800,000 a year before he became PM, from book royalties (about £10,000), scribbling rubbish for newspapers, from after-dinner speeches and from TV appearances. Unbelievable.

It seems that he is whining about only getting £150,000 as PM. Admittedly, that is parsimonious, but at the end of the day, he volunteered, he wanted to show off by being PM (for he has no programme, no ideology, no real ideas), and he can always resign. Why not? He is useless anyway.

In fact, while the report claims that his ex-wife “cleaned him out”, they had two houses worth, together, some £5 million.

It seems that the house “Boris” owns with his present “ho” is now worth over £1.5M. Apparently, he still uses it from time to time. If they are short of money, they could sell it.

If “Boris” complains about the cost of having friends as guests at Chequers (£75 a head), the answer is simple: don’t do it. Also, I doubt that many “ordinary citizens” will feel sorry for him that his Downing Street flat has only a cleaner and no housekeeper, or that it costs him £7,000 a year out of his £150,000 (gross) salary.

In fact, if “Boris” was making £800,000 p.a. (gross) until 2018, did he not manage to put aside any of it?!

Reports of this sort from the “friends of Boris” are more likely to intensify public unease and dislike of the clown.

I suspect that that Daily Mail piece was written, not to create sympathy for the clown posing as Prime Minister but to provoke the opposite. The Conservative Party is ruthless. It stabs underperforming leaders in the back. The latter-day Mrs. Thatcher, Major, Hague, Dunce Duncan Smith, “Howard”. “Boris” is simply not up to the job. It’s a wrong fit for him, something many (including me) realized years ago, but is now apparent to almost everyone across the political spectrum.

My theory is that those influential in the Conservative Party are now thinking how to dump “Boris” and then blame the nonsense of the past 6+ months especially on him. The coming fallout, too.

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Whatever one may say about causation, it is fairly clear that big things are happening climatically. In my view, the only thing that can prevent the Earth becoming a shrivelled husk of what it should be is a gigantic population decrease, and that means a gigantic decrease in the non-white population(s), because white Northern Europeans are now only a tiny percentage of the world population.

Ha. I take Griffin’s point, but am not sure that I agree about any sort of “over-education” in the police, not in the ones I have “met” in recent years!

Meanwhile, Boris-idiot has just given away a total of £800 million to useless WHO and other organizations.

I myself have never met Mark Collett, and know relatively little about him, but he seems at least to be trying to wake people up, and to do something.

Surgeons and operating room personnel are well trained, experienced, and meticulous about maintaining sterility. We only wear fresh sterile masks. We don the mask in a sterile fashion. We wear the mask for short periods of time and change it out at the first signs of the excessive moisture build up that we know degrades mask effectiveness and increases their negative effects. Surgeons NEVER re-use surgical masks, nor do we ever wear cloth masks.

The public is being told to wear masks for which they have not been trained in the proper techniques. As a result, they are mishandling, frequently touching, and constantly reusing masks in a way that increase contamination and are more likely than not to increase transmission of disease.” [Dr. Jim Meehan M.D.]


Because we in the UK now live in a toytown police state which is groping its way to becoming a real one…

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Diary Blog, 25 September 2020, including thoughts about the SNP and about the encroaching police state in the UK generally

An important article on liberty in the West


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So far, the msm is promoting Indian “clever boy” Rishi Sunak for his largesse with public funds and his schemes to somehow keep large parts of the poisoned economy alive. In fact, it is telling that several Conservative Party MPs have coyly implied that Sunak would be better at being PM than irrelevant poseur Boris-idiot.

“Boris” is like a faded entertainer whose jokes are now falling flat and who, having been a major draw, is reduced to treading the boards in the provinces. While Sunak was expounding his rather underwhelming ideas and new policies in the Commons, “Boris” was inspecting police recruits at some place in East Anglia.

Not so sure about the “great“, but the article in question is important at this time, and Hitchens himself is at least willing to see what is happening, as many in the msm either turn a blind eye or fall in behind the System.


The SNP is a phenomenon. A faux-“nationalist” party which has succeeded in gaining power not because of its own merits but because there was nothing much opposing it.

The SNP [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_National_Party] was founded in 1934, but only had its first MP elected in 1967. It increased representation to 7, then 11, in the febrile political conditions of 1974 (also the time when North Sea Oil https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Sea_oil came to the forefront of public attention). [it’s different now: the cost of production is higher than the price of the oil produced in 2020].

The Scottish public was sold the idea that much of Britain’s North Sea oil was really Scotland’s North Sea oil…a doubtful (though not completely implausible) proposition, looking at the geography and the Law of the Sea as it applies to Exclusive Economic Zones [EEZs]:

The Scottish seats at Westminster then numbered 71, later increased to 72 but reduced from 2005 to 59. The SNP’s 11 MPs in 1974 remained the high-water mark until the SNP’s huge breakthrough in 2015, when the SNP under Nicola Sturgeon suddenly had 56 out of those 59. In 2010, the SNP had had elected only 6 MPs.

After decline to 35 MPs in 2017, the SNP (as I predicted) surged again to 48 MPs in 2019.

In fact, the apparent landslide does not reflect the views of the public very well. FPTP voting distortion. Even in 2015, when the SNP got 56 out of 59 Westminster seats, its vote-share was no more than 50%. In 2019, that was only 45%, yet the SNP has 48 out of 59 seats.

The SNP rose up for several reasons. Firstly because “it was there”; it existed. People cannot vote for a party that does not exist.

Secondly, the Scottish Labour Party, so long dominant, collapsed after years of complacency and corruption. The name that comes to mind is that of Jim Murphy, a complete System puppet. He got his first “real job”(sort-of…working for Scottish Labour!) at the age of 30! He had been a student for 12-13 years without even managing to get a degree!

Jim Murphy [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Murphy#Post-parliament_career] hit all the buttons: a doormat for the Jewish lobby [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Murphy#Post-parliament_career]; an expenses cheat and freeloader [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Murphy#Expenses], who claimed over £1M from 2001-2010; a rubberstamp for Blair and Brown. Murphy later (from 2016) became a salaried “gopher” for Tony Blair and still seems to be one.

The Murphy fiasco was symptomatic of a party totally out of touch. It had thrown away “socialism” in stages after 1990; by the time Murphy became leader in 2014, Scottish Labour stood for almost nothing but the Union with England, as well as a continuation of a failed society and economy.

Murphy was followed by Kezia Dugdale [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kezia_Dugdale], another one who, like Murphy, had never had an outside job. Generally useless.

Scottish Labour has had three more leaders since 2015, none of which has troubled national attention.

Scottish Labour (until 1994 simply part of the —UK— Labour Party) had been first-placed in Scotland in all general elections from 1922. The party was only placed second in 2015, third in 2017 and fourth in 2019. A stunning collapse. The popular vote share fell from 42% in 2010 to 18.6% in 2019. 41 MPs out of 59 in 2010, 1 MP in 2015, briefly 7 MPs in 2017, only to fall back to 1 MP in 2019.

It might be objected that Scottish Labour can still come back. I cannot see how. Recent surveys indicate that, as with Conservative Party support in England, Scottish Labour Party voters are mostly elderly people. A diminishing asset.

In the Scottish Parliament too, Scottish Labour has steadily declined, from 56 seats out of 129 in 1999 to 24 in 2016. The SNP currently has 63 MSPs.

What about the other Scottish parties? The Scottish LibDems now have 4 Westminster MPs out of 59 (11 in 2019, and 1 in 2015); in the Scottish Parliament, another steady decline, 17 out of 129 in 1999, 5 out of 129 now (2016 election).

The Scottish Conservatives declined steadily from 1955 to 1997 (no MPs at all were elected in 1997, and the party then had only one until 2017, when 13 were elected); presently, the Conservatives hold 6 Westminster seats out of 59. The Scottish Conservatives have increased their Holyrood representation: 18 MSPs in 1999, 15 in 2011, but 31 out of 129 in 2016.

The pattern is clear overall. The SNP came up in the 2010-2015 period because the other main parties were seen as declining entities with little to offer. The SNP may now be a fake “nationalist” elected dictatorship North of the Border, and rather incompetent to boot, but there is no obvious sign of challenge as far as Westminster elections are concerned.

In England, we see that Labour has floundered, that the Conservative Party is disastrous (too) and “won” in 2019 by default, with the LibDems on their last legs, but what does not exist in England (or Wales) is any semblance of a new or insurgent and upcoming party.

In Wales, Plaid Cymru is hampered not only because it is not really “nationalist”, but because Wales would be a very very poor little land had it to pay for itself as an “independent” state. Indeed, there is every chance that the Welsh economy will submerge further in 2020 and 2021.

In England proper, there is no real social-national party at all. If one were to exist, the next few years, as the economy crashes, as Brexit is mishandled and ruined, and as mass immigration continues, could be the years of triumph.

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In fact, others did speak out, but they were, like me, not msm-approved scribblers and talking heads. I do not even have a Twitter account (a pack of Jews had Twitter expel me in 2018).

Good point. In fact, look at the societies or states in the world that are effectively all black: Liberia; Sierra Leone; Haiti, Congo, Nigeria (etc). Not places where many white (or black) people would want to live. Indeed, compare the two sides of the island of Hispaniola: on the one side, the Dominican Republic, a black/mixed/mestizo and white state; then look at Haiti, an almost entirely black state…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hispaniola#Ethnic_composition; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hispaniola; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominican_Republic; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiti

Generally speaking, the higher the proportion of European or European-ancestry people that exists in any given country, the better, overall, that country is.


Robert Jenrick

That corrupt little pissant, Robert Jenrick, is in the news again, and as before for the wrong reasons:

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Oh, what a surprise. Not. I have been raging against Boris-idiot for about 10 or more years, on Twitter since 2011 and in this blog since late 2016. My influence as yet is small, and it has felt at times like a hopeless struggle against the msm talking heads and scribblers, who have been pushing this completely unfitted vanity machine for about two decades. In fact, the unmerited “triumph” of “Boris” shows how powerful msm propaganda is when it comes to “the moronic masses”…(cf. facemasks and “Coronavirus” fear propaganda in general).

Talking of “the moronic masses”…here we have a British population which, faced with an epidemic that, in the UK, has killed about 1 in 2,000 of the population (and worldwide, about 1 in 8,000), has allowed itself to be scared to death. The majority, or at least about half, of the population seem to want to be locked in their homes, forced to wear facemask muzzles, prevented from going out or going anywhere much, so long as the State funnels some more money their way. As Shakespeare might say, “ay, there’s the rub“, for that money is, ultimately, the resource available by reason of a functioning economy.

No economy = no money. Not immediately. The Government can borrow, and is borrowing. At present, at advantageous rates. Borrowing to invest in people and projects is often good as a policy; to borrow merely to sustain a failing range of industries and companies, or to pay people’s bills, is not a good policy, and will be disastrous in the end.

Ha ha! Fanatical UK-based Jews think that they can hound their critics worldwide! In most countries, the repressive laws of the UK are not replicated, and in some (eg USA) there are safeguards for free speech.

The “Campaign Against Antisemitism” has been making malicious allegations to Twitter, Facebook, professional bodies and police for years: https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/

Most of their contrived attempts to use the UK police as puppets have failed.

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Diary Blog, 24 September 2020


Many complain about the Jewish lobby bias on some topics covered in Wikipedia. This is why— Jews recruited to censor articles and distort both current events and history:

Expect Wikipedia to be even more pro-Zionist from now on, its pages on many socio-political topics contaminated and distorted.

Incidentally, do not be misled: the bias goes far beyond “information about #antisemitism“, as claimed. Pages on modern and ancient history, religion, geography, biography, political organizations etc.

Wikipedia should be aware also of the fact that, in the notice above, Jews are specifically asked whether they are able to edit Wikipedia; in other words via their own private Wikipedia accounts. Wikipedia will have no idea whether an edit is honest or whether it is part of this co-ordinated campaign by a very malicious group of Zionist Jews.

Addendum: https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/war-of-words-16-august-2018

Some tweets seen today

This made me laugh:

The contemporary equivalent of the banana republic, with its cliche 99%-in-favour plebiscite.

Little Matt Hancock tries to joke his way out of one of the many absurdities of what now passes for “policy” under this toytown tyranny of an “elected” dictatorship.

Geirr Tveitt, one of Norway’s great composers, treated shabbily after 1945 because he favoured European race and culture: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geirr_Tveitt

One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom-fighter…https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/right-wing-terrorism-increasing-teens-taking-part-police-neil-basu-a4554516.html

More tweets seen

I hope that the poor saps who criticize me occasionally on Twitter are noting how often I have been proven right since I started writing this blog nearly 4 years ago. I was blogging over a year ago, maybe longer, about how almost everyone, misled by the msm, was thinking of Boris Johnson as a strong leader-type, when his whole history shows the reverse, a weak man without ideas, principles or resilience, untrustworthy, incompetent and without leadership qualities.

An idea worthy of G.K. Chesterton: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._K._Chesterton

Incredible that there are people who apparently need to ask “why was ‘lockdown’ a mistake?“, but there again, if you are fairly comfortably off, do not need (for whatever reason) to work for money, perhaps live in the country or outer suburbs and have little social life, you may not have been affected much if at all by the stupid “lockdown” imposition.

Indeed, you may have enjoyed the sense of peace and quiet as society all but shut down, as Nature reasserted itself. If you are or were in that position, your life was not much strained, assuming that you have at least some income. Deliveries of food and drink, ordered online; other shopping ordered online; books, DVDs etc. For those with higher incomes and better properties, there was always the swimming pool and tennis court in which to while away the days…and so on.

Such people can selfishly (not necessarily consciously selfishly) turn blind eyes to the shutdown of industry and commerce, to the terrible shortages affecting charities such as animal charities, among others, and to the socio-economic disaster created but which has not yet arrived (that will be in 2021-2022). They can also, perhaps, ignore the cost in pain and death of the semi-closure of the NHS, which has affected those with non-Coronavirus conditions.

Well, writing a letter or email may have some limited effect. I can only think of one fairly recent event that got the MPs off their chairs pretty excitedly, but having no wish to be bored by police nuisances at my door (again, it having happened a few times in 2017-2018), I do not think that I shall cite that event here.

Interesting video seen

Memory Lane

I hope that the readers of my blog do not object to the inclusion of some personal reminiscences. Having Saturn in Scorpio, I do tend to think back rather a lot. As the Germans say, “Ruckshau“.

I was just recalling former times, triggered by an email from someone.

 Many many years ago, I had a —now-deceased— friend, a lecturer at the language centre of the University of Westminster, who lived in the London Borough of Barnet (I think he was within that borough— North Finchley). A good fellow, a noted translator of Dostoyevsky, called Ig Avsey: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2013/dec/09/ignat-avsey-obituary

In the late 1980s, I occasionally stayed overnight there (on a very uncomfortable and ancient leather sofa in the drawing room, a cold room decorated with Ig’s collection of massive railway clocks). When Ig remarried in 2000 (a very unsuitable match, to a youngish Russian woman resident in Latvia), the couple came and stayed overnight at the large country house of which my wife and I had a lease, in Cornwall. That was in 2002, I think. Once was enough, to be frank! Sadly, “there’s no fool like an old fool” when it comes to women…

In fact, another person with whom I was slightly acquainted also lived in that area, not far from Ig; Gerald Brooke, who was swapped for the Krogers in 1969: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Brooke; https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/moscow-farewell-to-agent-kroger-1478278.html.
Brooke was a lecturer at the same language school (where I studied part-time for a while in the early 1980s).

Ig lived in a small close called Wolstonbury, which backed onto a golf course or land near a golf course. A strange menage. For a while, a fellow we both called “Uncle John” lived there too, a former student of Ig’s and an Oxford grad, but middle-aged and, like Ig, divorced. They always reminded me of “The Odd Couple“:

“Uncle John” was a very English person, who was still under the thumb of his ex-wife, Alla Figoff, a Leningrader by origin, and who was in fact another of my occasional teachers (Russian Conversation, I think). Alla lived in their former marital home, an apartment in Devonshire Place (in the West End), while Uncle John was living in one room at Ig’s place…and their two children were both at expensive schools paid for by Uncle John (Marlborough, I think; maybe also Bedales or Benenden, I cannot now remember).

Alla was killed, years later, in a fall from her balcony when she was full of whisky. Uncle John then met and married a very wealthy woman and resumed his place among the palatially-housed.

Ig was a good fellow, whose translations of Dostoyevsky were much-praised (one or two had, amazingly, never been translated previously, such as In the Village of Stepanchikovo: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Village_of_Stepanchikovo).

Ig had been born in Latvia, his family having fled Russia during the Revolution and Civil War of 1917-1922. Fleeing Soviet forces again during the Second World War, he spent time in Germany before ending up in Britain when aged about 14, sometime around 1952.

Ig Avsey was the kind of Russian (or part-Russian: he was always rather secretive about his family) who is able to work at a project devotedly for years, without pay or plaudit; one thinks of Mitrokhin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasili_Mitrokhin.

Ig took a year’s sabbatical in order to translate The Brothers Karamazov for Penguin Classics. A decision which brought honour but was financially pretty disastrous. The year, taken on full pay with the blessing of the University, became a second year in which the University reduced his salary to half-pay, then a third on no pay at all. The money paid by the publishers did not begin to make up the shortfall. Ig was a perfectionist who wanted to get it right. For him, Dostoyevsky was the greatest of the Russian writers, I think. He would not compromise.

At the same time as Ig was translating Karamazov, at least two other translations came out, but they were little more than potboilers, produced carelessly because the market seemed to be hopeful. One even used Americanisms such as “district attorney” and “chief of police”! In pre-revolutionary Russia! In fact, Ig did consult me about a couple of odd things (to do with such designations).

The University eventually had enough of the endless absence and Ig was more or less forced into retirement. I do not think that his Penguin contract was very generous either. He was only getting pennies for each volume sold; how many pennies, I cannot recall.

Society needs people like that.

More tweets seen

So the BBC is now trying to make heroes out of the Jew thugs, gangsters and terrorists known as the “62 Group”…

The BBC is infested, contaminated.

Doctor Zhivago

Saw Doctor Zhivago for the first time in a few years; on BBC Four, the only good BBC TV station. Still a magnificent film, despite the relatively few flaws which could easily have been remedied by better pre-filming research, e.g. Communists calling non-Communists “Comrade“, which is erroneous (it would have been just by name or via the title “Citizen“).

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Diary Blog, 22-23 September 2020

22 September 2020

Coronavirus and the latest “Boris” posturing

I start with the fact that, yes, a million people have died “of” (with) “Coronavirus” worldwide, but that is out of eight thousand million living on the Earth. In other words, one person out of every eight thousand.

The above fact indicates that what is required first of all is perspective and proportion. Those qualities are precisely those not found in the present “British” government.

The Government shut down most of our society for 5-6 months; but a society is not like something such as a washing machine or a TV set, which can be switched off at the flip of a switch, then switched on again 6 months later none the worse. It is more like a car, which if left unused for months, will probably not start up again without an external stimulus.

Now “Boris” the clown is threatening another national “lockdown”. Contrast with Sweden, which (despite a huge area with small population) is largely urban and suburban (i.e. that is where most people live), like the UK.

Sweden never had a “lockdown”, never insisted on masks, never did any of that rubbish. It did have many elderly people die in care homes. That was its mistake. However, the UK did the same, with similar results.

Now Sweden is close (I read) to “herd immunity”, whereas the countries in Europe that were harsh in having facemasks, “lockdowns” etc (e.g. Spain and the UK, among others) are still in trouble in terms of public health and have ruined their fragile economies.

I should be happy that Boris-idiot and his “Cabinet” (pack of Jews and Indians) are messing things up so royally, because that can pave the way for social nationalism when the economy crashes, unemployment soars and Britain loses whatever is left of its credibility as Brexit crashes and burns.

Two things depress that happiness: first, I hate to see what is being done to the UK, its people, its society and economy. Second, there is at present no credible social-national movement to raise the banners of social-national resurgence.

Scotland is even worse than England, under that ridiculous little tyrant, Nicola Sturgeon.

Actually, I think that many people are uneasy, to say the least, about the latest “Boris” nonsense: the “Rule of Six”, the “rule” that pubs must shut at 10 pm, and especially the idea that neighbours should spy on each other and report, like Stasi inoffizielle Mitarbeiter in the old DDR, or Russian and other Soviet секретные сотрудники of the old KGB.

The very legal validity of the “rules” is in question and may be pronounced upon by the courts soon.

Now “Boris” wants to use what little is left of the British Army to coerce the British people.

The real opposition to all this nonsense will not be brought into being by the nonsense itself though, but by the consequences of that nonsense— the tsunami of socio-economic pain gathering its power on the hosrizon.

Tweets seen

The “controlled opposition” writes…

Wall. Squad. End.

Most British people now know nothing or next to nothing of their own national history, even the cartoon version.

This is where I part company with Peter Hitchens. Yes, many governments are incompetent (though in Europe, the “government” of Boris-idiot stands out as egregiously incompetent), but what has been happening in 2020 goes beyond mere chance and lack of proper administration.

Covid-19 Coronavirus, the facemask muzzling of the population, the “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, the constant racemixing propaganda on TV (eg. in TV ads, which have become relentless in that respect…), the hullabaloo around Greta Nut and Extinction Rebellion etc; all of that feeds into what the World Economic Forum openly calls the “Great Reset” of the world. Inter alia, “the Great Replacement”, or “White Genocide”, as provided for in the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan: https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/

It is a puzzle to me, and always has been, why so many intelligent and well-informed journalists etc thought Boris Johnson so well-equipped to bid for his present position. The few who did not think so tended to say, “Boris has the ability, but does he have the ethical standards?“, whereas I was tweeting and then blogging for years, increasingly angrily, as the idiot flew higher and higher: “WHERE, WHEN, has Boris-idiot ever shown any real ability?”

Answer came there none. Years of incompetence, inability to plan, to execute plans, to explain clearly his ideas (few and all puerile) made no difference. Of course the Jew lobby, aka Israel lobby, liked him not only because he was totally pro-Israel but because he is part-Jew himself. They pushed him in the mass media which they largely control.

“Boris” was always buoyed up by his incredible arrogant confidence. That has now been tested against reality and found wanting. Look at him now. Most of the time now, he looks either like a deflated balloon or (and my apologies for necessary profanity) like a sack of shit.

Good point. I saw Starmer today on TV, saying what a good little prosecutor he used to be (and so, apparently, what a good Prime Minister he would make). Well, Starmer’s “USP” is basically that he is a better administrator than Boris-idiot. I suppose that he takes me with him on that. Almost anyone would be a better PM than “Boris”. Beyond that, Starmer has nothing to say.

Starmer is a puppet of the Jewish lobby. His wife, a lawyer, is Jewish; their children are being brought up as Jewish. I noticed, if I am not mistaken (I saw only a second or two before Starmer came on), that he was introduced on TV today by the notorious and half-Jewish Ruth Smeeth [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Smeeth] the former MP (2015-2019) for Stoke-on-Trent North, and an alleged “source” for intelligence officers based at the US Embassy in London (see Wikileaks).

I imagine that Ruth Smeeth is hoping that Keir Starmer will find a safe Labour seat (full of unthinking “me always vote Labour” plebs) for her.

Incidentally, Ruth Smeeth, who since 2015 has been on the Board of the (((well-funded))) “Hope not Hate” Jewish “antifascist” group, is now the Chief Executive (paid about £80,000 a year) of “Index on Censorship”. Irony is not dead…

Speaking of Wikileaks:

I never thought “Boris” likeable (or particularly intelligent) anyway. I have never seen much evidence of either, especially the latter.

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23 September, 2020

Tweets seen

but answer came there none…

Wonders will never cease. I find that I am actually in agreement with “Dunce” Duncan Smith!

Even before the “panicdemic”, pubs were closing, we heard, at a rate of 10 per day in the UK. In the —extended— area where I live, say a 5-mile radius, I myself have noticed a number of pubs now closed, probably permanently, while others have, I understand, effectively become daytime cafes concentrating on Kaffee und Kuchen, in a bid to avoid the “rules” imposed on pubs. Apparently, those ones are busy with the elderly who make up much of the population here.

Oh, and on a different topic, look (below) who has crawled out of her sewer again! Priyamvada Gopal, who wants to kill off European people, and who was promoted to full professor status by the traitors at Cambridge University after remarks to that effect. Here you see her intellectual level— pathetically poor:

In Russian, there is a more “gender-neutral” word-stem, i.e. “rod”, as in “rodnoy” (m) or “rodnaya” (f), “rod” indicating “native land or place” or “land/place.city etc of birth”.

My version: “Remember remember the 5th of November, Gunpowder Treason and Plot, Life is short and memory long, and traitors deserve to be shot!

Hitchens’ idea, i.e. that people should write to MPs re. the present nonsense, may have some limited effect, but will not change the overall direction of this crazed government of clowns. I know what I want to have happen to most MPs, but am not able to publish it…

Actually, quite apart from the above, there would be no point in writing to “my” local MP, because he is one of the few MPs awake to the sheer nonsense of the Coronavirus “lockdowns”, facemask imposition etc, though he is otherwise a complete deadhead, as well as being a lazy useless slug…

Since when did belief in reasonable social and economic freedom become “libertarian”? It is simply ordinary common sense.

Boris-idiot’s am-dram reprise of Winston Churchill was never at all plausible, certainly not to me. Now, it becomes so absurd as to leave a sour taste. I do not think that Churchill made the right decisions in 1940-1945 (in continuing the disastrous and tragic European war) but he was a great figure in both contemporary events and in history. “Boris” is all but irrelevant as a political “leader”, and in terms of history will be a footnote, if that. As Marx said, “First time tragedy, second time farce.”

A “conspiracy nut” may be the early stage of a tree of wisdom.

Actually, look at the facts, the way in which powerful transnational institutions have lined up in support of the climate change narrative, the “Black Lives Matter” narrative, the Coronavirus narrative…all at the same time…

Co-incidence? What about the fact that the World Economic Forum now supports the so-called “Great Reset”? This is not “conspiracy theory”; it’s happening in plain sight!

And look below at the way in which the termites are eating away at the freedom and lives of white British people. One word of criticism about the anti-white propaganda campaign being waged, and your bank wants to get rid of you:

“Diversity” = “no white people”, in the end. Racemixing and the genocide of the European peoples.

The person who tweeted from the Nationwide should be punished.

I also suggest that all white people in the UK avoid Nationwide (which does not value them and chooses to insult its customers) and, if already with Nationwide, switch to another bank.

There is only one way this can end.

Lammy, thick as two short planks and also extremely nasty (as well as very interested in money…).

“Socialism” in one Twitterverse

One of the most interesting aspects of the “Coronavirus” situation in the UK has been to observe the pathetic and feeble squirming of those who self-describe as “Left”, “socialist” etc., whether adherent to the shell that is the Labour Party, or otherwise.

What is the reaction of the Jewish and “antifascist” Twitterati to the closing down of civil rights in the UK? Craven obedience to Government diktat. What is the reaction of the “Labour” official Opposition? To support every measure this incompetent yet tyrannical Government of clowns has taken, except to say that themeasures should be harsher and better administered. This is not opposition, but fealty…

Actually, that weakness is good for social-nationalism. When the time comes, we can close down our enemies easily, and permanently.

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Naturally, Piers Morgan does not worry about the economic damage. He gets paid millions for being a TV face. I dare say (speculating, admittedly) that some if not all is paid offshore via tax avoidance measures. He can scarcely recall what life was like before he hit lucky. If the poor and middle earners lose their jobs, well…Piers will still be on TV, raking in his life’s winnings…The same is true of all msm drones, MPs and other parasites.

More about Keir Starmer

Saw part of Starmer’s party political broadcast on TV this evening. Underwhelming…

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Diary Blog, 21 September 2020, including thoughts on both the opposition to “panicdemic” policies, and re. dissidence generally

Coronavirus. Is the country waking up?

At last the country seems to be starting to wake up from the nightmare of, not “the virus”, but the crazy over-reaction to it.

I happened to hear Sir Graham Brady, the MP for Altrincham and Sale West [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham_Brady] on the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme. I was struck by his apparent determined opposition to the behaviour of the Government. He made the point that, had another MP not laid down an amendment to the Coronavirus Act 2020 [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronavirus_Act_2020], the Government would in effect be able to rule by decree until 2022. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-54232375

I predicted quite a while ago (about 7 or 8 months ago) that any serious Parliamentary opposition to this government of clowns would eventually come —and have to come, in a Parliament where the Government sits on a majority of 80 mostly inexperienced MPs— not from enfeebled and compliant Labour under Jewish lobby puppet Keir Starmer, but from within the Conservative Party itself.

This is what happens in dictatorships, whether elected or unelected. Take the Soviet Union. There was opposition of an unapproved (illegal) sort: the NTS [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Alliance_of_Russian_Solidarists], the intellectual dissidents within the Soviet Union [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dissident#Soviet_dissidents] and, least important after the 1930s, Trotskyists [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trotskyism].

However, the real opposition to Stalinism was within the CPSU (Communist Party) itself. Indeed, we now know that one of the most committed “anti-Soviet” “dissidents” was also one of the highest Soviet leaders, Beria [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavrentiy_Beria], who however was taking part in the very policies and repressions of which he mostly disapproved! I have blogged about Beria previously: https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2018/11/03/what-if-beria-had-succeeded-stalin/

Beria was not alone in the Politburo. Other members had doubts about various core Soviet policies: Collectivization, mass repressions etc. After the death of Stalin, Khrushchev, himself one of the harshest Stalinist repressors in the 1930s and 1940s, arranged (with the rest of the surviving Politburo) to release most of the prisoners of the GULAG labour camp system [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulag], and made his famous”Secret Speech” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Cult_of_Personality_and_Its_Consequences] in 1956, after which he appeared internationally as the figurehead of the post-Stalin wave of “the Thaw”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khrushchev_Thaw.

Where was the most significant opposition to Ceaucescu in Romania? In the highest councils of the State itself. Who ordered the execution of Ceausescu and his ghastly wife? Revolutionaries? No, not as such. Palace revolutionaries carrying the rank of general or minister.

Where is any opposition in North Korea? Among peasants and industrial workers? No, they are far too downtrodden, poor and frightened even to think of rebelling. The opposition, as far as it exists at all outside people’s own heads, exists in the higher ranks of the military machine and State officials. Which is why Kim Jong Un has had some (including his own relatives) shot, cut to pieces, fed to dogs etc. He knows where the opposition to him lies.

Reverting to the UK, now staggering under the weight of the governmental mistakes of 2020, we see the same. There is no real opposition from the Labour Party. Those feeble “me too”, bent-knee bad jokes have swallowed the whole “Coronavirus will kill everyone” thing whole. All they do is support the Government or say “do it more!” Nothing can be expected from Labour. In any case, Labour has no power even in potential, having only 202 MPs out of 650.

So we see that opposition to the absurd dictatorship of the clowns now starts to grow from within the Conservative Party itself, from previously-supportive newspapers etc. It may be that the courts will now turn to the illegality of several of the measures that have been taken.

Tweets seen

Yes, I too noticed that Martha Kearney, that ridiculous BBC drone, was trying, repeatedly, to close down Sir Graham Brady, and to weaken what Brady was saying about this dictatorship of idiots pretending to be a government.

I effectively never use the railways now, but was talking to a lady who travelled from Hampshire to London then (after taxi transfer) to the “****hole of England” (the Kent estuary) recently. She said that the First Class from Hampshire to Waterloo was empty, and the Kent suburban service almost empty.

How mad is the Government, to keep pumping money into this black hole? It continues to depress the economy by its actions, makes the public scared of their own shadows (or of those nearby), then is surprised that the working masses do not want to commute or attend offices!

Just remember that, out of 8,000,000,000 people in the world, 1,000,000, i.e. 1 in every 8,000, have died from (or, more accurately, with) Coronavirus. That puts this whole “panicdemic” in proportion.

Other tweets seen


...and now for something completely different

Come with me, and I will show you where the Iron Crosses grow.”

Musical interlude

Interesting educative animation

Other tweets seen

Yes, but 60+ years divided (albeit unequally) among 7 defendants means about 9 years each, so they will be out, averaged, in about 4.5 years…Idle thoughts? Covert elimination…

Eventually, a real government will have to thoroughly clean our Augean Stables.

This is (even though “the virus” exists and is a threat to public health to a limited extent) a gigantic confidence trick worldwide.

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Diary Blog, 20 September 2020

Tweets seen


He is right, yet that is the consensus on Twitter, which is always on the wrong side of any question. The Twitterati generally were pro-EU, pro-Remain, thought that Leave could never win the EU Referendum, that Trump could never get elected. They want (more) mass immigration, think that “refugees” are “welcome”; want more “lockdown”, more facemask mandating etc. Many think of themselves, despite that, as pro-“rights” and as “socialist” or at least social-democrat.

The unreality that is the Twitterverse is patent. These people think that you can shut down the economy indefinitely yet pay everyone generously for doing nothing or almost nothing. They think that you can make everyone wear a facemask (which they wrongly imagine “saves lives”) and avoid human interaction, yet build a more altruistic and cohesive “community”. They are asinine and are being easily fooled by the actually transparently poor System propaganda.

Types? Oh, the “if it only saves one life” type, sometimes intensified to “if it only saves one child’s life“. Then there is the hysterical “people are dying!” type. That type does not seem to realize that very few people are dying from “the virus” and many are dying from delayed or cancelled NHS diagnosis, care, treatment and operations.

Other types? Those who, taking their lead from the msm, from talking heads such as Piers Morgan, from the popular Press etc, call anyone questioning the whole “virus” farrago, the facemask nonsense or the “lockdowns”, or who want to live a semblance of what was a normal life, “Covidiots“.

Yet others actually call any people not complying with the facemask nonsense, “murderers“! There is real madness abroad at the present time.

There seem to be many on Twitter and elsewhere who think that the British people (and others) should wear facemasks at all times when not at home (a few nuts even say when at home!), should probably not go to work, or should work masked and muzzled until the Government (in its entirely absent wisdom) so decides; should not send their children to school; should not gather in a group of more than six (what genius came up with that? Boris-idiot? Cummings? Professor “do as I say not as I do” Ferguson?).

Here, below, the real hardcore Twitter type:

Well, there it is. If you don’t go along with the “panicdemic” view, if you have dissenting views, if you oppose official propaganda, you should be censored, muzzled, gagged, banned from posting on the Internet. Britain, 2020…(and the above tweeter, the supporter of Soviet-style censorship, is apparently an author, albeit only of science fiction and fantasy).

Here below is another of the same type. He wants anyone disagreeing with his (the System’s) fixed, brainwashed opinion about “the virus” to dig their own graves or those of others…


Here’s another; this one hits all the buttons (“do as the State or others tell you“; “obey the rules and regulations even if illegitimate and invalid“; “shut up, do not dissent, and wear your compliance-muzzle“):

That one probably saw the “million dead from Coronavirus worldwide” headline, and did not stop to think, “that’s out of eight thousand million people”…

Oh, God…just read a few more tweets from “@lilZehnny” (above). A total idiot; a deadhead.

Fortunately, Twitter is not the world, not even the British world. There are many, even on Twitter, taking a more rational view.

Hard to believe that many on Twitter actually believe that the rise in “cases” (because of the huge increase in tests being carried out) is somehow the result of “people not obeying the rules the first time”.

As far as I recall, almost all the British people (aka sheep) did in fact obey the (probably legally invalid) “rules” in March, April, May etc. Yes a few people went for a harmless drive in their cars, a few people did walk with their spouses on the hills of the Peak District or wherever. That did not and could not have made any difference whatsoever. Yes, a few “ethnics” did gather in London parks, and some people did go to a few crowded beaches. The effect of that would likewise have been minimal.

Whatever is happening now (another hysterical over-reaction) is not because a few people months ago broke the fake “rules” of the toytown police state.

Let us take it to absurdity: everyone to be “locked down” in their own homes unless designated “essential”, no-one or very few working unless doing so from home. Most retail (and other?) business closed. Schools closed. No-one allowed out without wearing a facemask. No gatherings of more than 6 allowed. What would be the result? Disaster.

The result of a strict lockdown is what we already see signs of happening: companies collapsing; millions thrown out of employment; boarded-up shops; a miserable and muzzled population; children not being educated (in fact, that is the least important effect, because the schools seem to do an appallingly-poor job anyway).

The fact is that, in the end, “the virus” has to be faced down by the population. Businesses have to operate, schools have to be open and operating, hospitals have to be working and actually seeing, diagnosing and properly treating people; dentists too.

The economy must start working, providing jobs, providing tax revenues for the State, providing the wherewithal for the services necessary for the people.

The whole society has to bite the bullet.

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The first tweeter there (“@makesmesadtosee”) has made a cardinal error, seeing all change as “evolution”. Lowering the quality of the population by racemixing is not positive evolution at all; in fact it holds back evolution. Note the implied threat, too…

…says Mike Stuchbery, someone who was sacked from schools in the UK and (I believe) Australia…

And here (below) is someone who (looking at his other tweets) evidently believes that he is terribly clever (when in reality he is just an unthinking regurgitator of System propaganda):

The same tweeter is anti-white, meaning contra European race and culture:

and note the use the use of the slang term “nonce” (implying that anti-muzzle people are sexually deviant? Very odd).

He also calls the dissenters in Trafalgar Square “inbred scum of England”:

That Mike P. Williams person is simply a enemy of the British people and of European race and culture. Twitter profile says “Content producer, writer, social media exec”; no organization mentioned.

More from this unpleasant person et al:

The other one is OK with “racism”, so long as the targets are white!

The media industries are infested by such types.

There they are, just two of the enemies of the British people.

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America, “land of freedom”…

Dido Harding and others

I rarely commend articles by Jews, but this is worth reading, even if some of us came to these conclusions long ago…

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One more small example of the economic damage now being done by the “panicdemic” zealotry.

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Quite. I heard recently, on BBC World Service or Radio 4, some person whining that there are insufficient numbers of blacks or browns (“BAME”) on TV. Apparently “only” 13% of TV presenters are black. Looking at the demographic figures for the UK, though, “only” 3% of the UK population, even now, is fully black, and 13% “BAME” (blacks, browns, mixed, Chinese etc): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom.

So if 13% of TV presenters are “black”, then blacks are actually over-represented; even if 13% of TV presenters are some kind of “BAME”, then they are still not under-represented.

The lady tweeting above might have added that those million deaths worldwide must be set against a world population of eight thousand million…

I have always found it incredible how ingrained in the UK is the idea “this is a free country; we have a general election at least once every 5 years.”…

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[Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford, as it was in 2015]


Well, that should be made easier now that we know that their bodyguards carelessly forget their weapons.

Pere Lachaise is a nice one.

Worth reading


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Would the American black term, “hoes”, be appropriate? I recall seeing on a wall in London, some 33 years ago, “Whitey scum want whitey bum, so whitey chick want big black ****“. Well, you get the idea…


First thing for journalists to do— cease using “Left” and “Right”, which is just anachronistic and lazy political language.

When does the “legal” and “peaceful” get dropped?

I was largely overseas during the John Major years, and when I was not overseas I was trying to get work as a barrister in chambers in London. I disliked the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. I despised and hated the governments of David Cameron-Levita and Theresa May.

Each of those governments was harsher, yet less efficient, than the one before. Each of those governments was also more Jewish and Zionist than the one before, until we arrive at the rule of Boris-idiot, a part-Jew, part-Turk, part God-knows-what public entertainer. His Cabinet is entirely composed of Jews, Indians and a few others, who are all members of Conservative Friends of Israel. The Boris-idiot government is completely incapable, completely incompetent, completely idiotic.

Indeed. Look at the msm. Completely quiescent. Look at the official Opposition. Supporting everything that Boris-idiot does, pretty much (but wanting more of it).

Wake up, people! This is “ZOG” (Zionist Occupation Government) in action.

Well, there we have it. For Peter Hitchens, the radical thing to do is email MPs threatening not to vote for them, or write a letter. Unsurprising. Hitchens is a man of letters, after all. Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini (etc), though not uneducated, were not, primarily, men of letters.

You cannot put new wine into old bottles. A new political movement is necessary. Social-national. Credible. Powerful. Uncompromising.

Not (for example) a “party” led by a woman whose idea of radical action is picketing a mosque, or bleating about how great Jews are (in her opinion). Not (for example) a party which seems to exist to hold conferences, or to post nice pictures on Twitter.

A truly credible, tight party, even if tiny, could gain traction in the situation which looks like developing in the next few years.

Diary Blog, 19 September 2020, including thoughts about where “Boris” goes from here

The multikulti society continues…


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Looks like the rest of the country is catching up fast with long-time critics of the part-Jew public entertainer presently posing as Prime Minister.

I have been anti-“Boris” for well over a decade.

When I saw a brief part of Prime Minister’s Questions last Wednesday, “Boris” looked not so much crushed as flattened. That was not entirely because of the onslaught on him by actually rather unimpressive Angela Rayner. I think though (and last PMQs thought for the first time) that “Boris” really is, in the time-honoured phrase, now “considering his position” as Prime Minister.

As I blogged a day or two ago, “Boris” enjoyed being PM so long as it amounted to him posing as “World King” (his stated ambition when he was 8 years old). Now, he has understood that, especially in fractious times, being Prime Minister involves the storied “blood, sweat and tears”. Difficult choices and decisions. Trenchant criticism from many, including political “friends”. Nowhere to hide, most of the time. A British Prime Minister may not have to be on display as he gets dressed, unlike the Bourbon kings at their morning “levee”, but apart from that is on display most of the time.

You might think that an exhibitionist such as “Boris” would enjoy the attention which is an inevitable part of being a Prime Minister of the UK, but I apprehend that “Boris” does not like being put on the spot or questioned. Who does, actually?

Theresa May hid away as much as possible, leading to her ludicrous election speeches in 2017 to selected bunches of people in remote aircraft hangars. “Boris” has tried to hide in a fridge, in a tent, at Chequers, and elsewhere too, but his very rank now seeks him out. You cannot “work from home” as a Prime Minister. There is no home, really.

In the end, people want to be Prime Minister for one or more of several reasons: vanity; to accomplish particular things; out of a sense of duty; in order to be at the peak of executive power; malice, meaning to deny the position to others.

Boris-idiot has no ideology, no real ideas, no sense of duty, and has really only the vanity of having attained to the position, and also the sense of power, of being able to hire and fire etc.

Boris has no ideology, that much is obvious. He pretended at one time to have a kind of libertarian, “free-market”, 1960s Hong Kong-meets-Milton Friedman ideology at first; a “can-do” cartoon American self-help view of the world which indicated a total lack of self-awareness. After all, where would “Boris” be without the education (and for “education”, read “connections”) bestowed by Eton and Oxford and bought by his pushy careerist father, and family generally? Every job “Boris” messed up just led to another and another. “Boris” has never had to struggle, because family and other connections always helped him.

Any ideological sense has now left “Boris”. The one-time cartoon “libertarian” now tries to force the British people to wear facemask muzzles, to keep x-feet away from each other, to have no more than 6 people together at any one time, even at family gatherings etc. When was the last time there were such killjoy “laws” (which in fact may not even be —valid— laws)? The Second World War? The Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell?

As for free-marketism, the Boris-idiot government has prevented many businesses from operating profitably or at all, while at the same time propping up those and other businesses with public money: airlines, train companies, bus companies, restaurants, pubs, hotel chains. You name it.

All that in the name of suppressing a virus which peaked in the UK in early April of 2020, and which has been killing fewer and fewer people ever since. Yesterday, the latest figures showed about 4,000 people “testing positive” for “the virus”, most of whom showed no symptoms at all! Meanwhile, about 20 or so people died “from” (with) that virus (supposedly). 1 person dying for every 2,000 known to have the virus.

This is madness. “Boris” made the wrong call right from the start, by “locking down” (shutting down” much of the economy and almost all of our society, even churches and the House of Commons.

“Boris” was misled by the risibly misnamed “SAGE” committee (I prefer “DUMB”— Department Under Matt and Boris).

I do not blame “Boris” for making the wrong call, but I do blame him for not admitting his mistake in due time, for not stopping the “lockdown” after the first few weeks, and for not reining back the excesses of the toytown police across the country. A police state is bad, but a silly toytown police state is in some respects worse and certainly leads to a disrespect for all the institutions of society.

What are the ideas of Prime Minister “Boris”? Schoolboy fantasies of bridges across the Irish Sea, a bridge across the English Channel, of tunnels under the sea, of garden bridges across the Thames, cable-cars across the Thames (the only one that was built, but which is of little use); again, of sci-fi artificial islands, on which were to be new airports and high-tech industries. All fantasy, not thought through.

I think that I prefer the fantasies of Ludwig II of Bavaria, who at least realized some of his, leaving fairytale castles in the Alps for the wonderment of latter-day tourists. Neuschwanstein, Linderhof etc at least were built. “Boris Island”, the “Thames Garden Bridge”, the Scotland-Ireland tunnel etc, will never be.

Looking at Boris-idiot now, there is little beyond a deflated balloon. I think that, in his heart (such as it is), “Boris” knows that he is no good at being Prime Minister, and, in that heart, wants out. However, he will not want to resign in disgrace. That means that he has to keep on pretending that the “lockdown” was necessary, that the “local” lockdowns (which now cover or soon will cover much of the country) are necessary, that the fairly recent facemask-muzzling of shoppers (but not pubgoers or office workers) was and remains necessary.

“Boris” is like someone, an employee, who has bet with the money of the company and cannot leave without exposing his dishonesty and incompetence. A political Nick Leeson.

We see now that a raft of stories emerge about how “Boris” cannot live comfortably with his latest quasi-wife and latest child on the poor salary of a Prime Minister, about how crowded are their living conditions at Downing Street, how they actually have to pay something for their food and drink (!), and how they cannot even use Chequers for entertaining their friends without actually having to pay for said friends!

Can you believe it?! The bastard thinks that he cannot live easily on his salary (nearly £160,000 gross), in addition to which salary he has a free flat at Downing Street, a free country house and park at Chequers, free chauffeured transport etc.

“Boris” thinks that the public funds should pay for food and drink for himself and the “ho”, and for their friends!

This seems like a testing-the-waters for a “resigning for personal reasons”, which might include “health reasons”, i.e. that the idiot’s health has been so damaged by “the virus” that he has to step down as Prime Minister. He can then put forward a narrative such as “wounded in action” or equivalent.

No doubt he would not step down as MP, thus enabling him to keep getting the MP salary and expenses, and to scribble his cretinous rantings in the popular Press (for which he was getting £250,000+ p.a., incredibly). No doubt a book or two would also be scribbled. “My Life” and/or “My Time As Prime Minister“, “Me and the Virus” (etc).

For the first time, I thought over the past week that “Boris” might be gone within a year or so. Who then will be (“unelected”) PM, just as “Boris” was when he took over from Theresa May? Indian “clever boy” Rishi Sunak, he of the disastrous furlough payments? Somehow I doubt it. Mass unemployment, probably just around the corner, will put paid to him, probably. Another Indian, Priti Patel? Good grief! I hope not. As dense as Channel fog. What about little Matt Hancock? This is absurd now…but that is the political system we are in…


It seems that “the peasants are revolting”!

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This is good to see!

As my regular readers will know, I rarely use the lazy and inaccurate designations “Right” and “Left”. Politics and society have moved on. Look at Boris-idiot “recommending” (giving) a peerage to former Revolutionary Communist Party and more recently Brexit Party candidate, Claire Fox…

America, “Land of Freedom”…

Seems that the more “hardworking” prisoners are being kept in prison in California, contrary to express court orders, so that they can be used as slave labour doing things like fighting fires, and cleaning cars! The less amenable and probably more dangerous ones are being released, incredibly. Further, guess who argued for those “good” prisoners, mostly blacks, to be kept longer in prison so that they could slave for the State? None other than Kamala Harris, the Democratic Party candidate for Vice-President!

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Well, I myself would forgo the steak, or perhaps change it for fish or shellfish, but otherwise that sounds pleasant. Maybe some roasted sunflower seeds too.

I was listening to some System propaganda yesterday on the radio. Unsure now whether it was BBC World Service (probably was) or Radio 4. The only other radio station I listen to regularly is BBC Radio 3. Anyway, that broadcast said that deaths “from” (with) “the virus” now top a million worldwide. Well even taking the million figure as accurate, that is one million out of a world population of nearly 8 BILLION, i.e. 8 thousand million. One person dead from or with “the virus” for every 8 thousand people living on Earth now (in rough figures).

There is no need for “lockdowns” (which huge harm both socially and economically), let alone facemasks.

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Diary Blog, 18 September 2020, including more thoughts about the “virus” situation and about Communications Act 2003, s.127


This really is becoming ridiculous. “Local lockdowns”, a threatened second national “lockdown”, the population scared out of their stupid skin by deliberate Government action, people forced to wear facemasks and muzzles (enforced by busybodies and nuisances, including toytown police and “Covid marshals”, meaning retired or unemployable pests wearing yellow jackets and carrying clipboards).

The economy is in a far worse state than most want to admit. Huge numbers of people are losing their jobs, their small businesses etc; the NHS has abandoned vast numbers of non-Coronavirus patients; dentists are mostly still not working; young people leaving school and university have very little chance of a job, let alone a decent job.

The Government has so far bought off dissent and opposition: doctors and some other NHS staff have been chucked 4% pay rises even though most are working far less than they were 6 months ago. Business has received some financial help. Employees not able to “work from home” have been furloughed on 80% pay in many cases. Some are even better off, in real terms, than when they were working! This is madness.

The part-Jew public entertainer posing as Prime Minister is a deflated balloon now, and he (andhis mostly Jewish and Indian joke-Cabinet) plainly have no idea what to do except to keep the “Coronavirus” fear propaganda going.

I wonder whether the Government will choose the easy path in November and continue “furlough” payments, or not? “Boris” (Boris-idiot) usually chooses the easy way out, so it may be that payments will continue. If not…

There never should have been a “lockdown” (shutdown) of the economy and society. Only pubs, nightclubs, Tube trains, buses (and those not indefinitel), combined with control of inward flights.

The Government should have concentrated on getting people to behave reasonably (eg by not going to crowded hot venues), washing hands frequently, and so on. Self-help, helped by official advice, not fake “laws” and bullying.

I bet that, once the economy really tanks, the same people who are the greatest zealots for “lockdowns”, facemask muzzles and not opening schools etc will be the most vociferous in wanting more money spent on this, that and the other, money that will not exist thanks to the shutdown of the economy for months (or years?).

Free speech and Communications Act 2003, s.127

I happened to see this article by a Professor Tettenborn, whom I met once or twice when I was a barrister in Exeter 18 years ago, and who is now, it seems, Professor of Commercial Law at Swansea University: https://www.spiked-online.com/2020/09/16/we-need-an-overhaul-of-section-127/

I decided to offer the Law Commission my views on that very bad law, so very badly-drafted and so open to abuse (nb. the paragraph-format has been removed):

Re. Consultation on Communications Act 2003, s.127.

I have just read the following article by a Professor Tettenborn: https://www.spiked-online.com/2020/09/16/we-need-an-overhaul-of-section-127/.
I do not know Professor Tettenborn as such, though I did sit as a “Lord Justice of Appeal” with him in 2002, when judging an Exeter University student moot held at the historic Guildhall in Exeter. I was at the time a barrister in chambers in Exeter.
Please find below links to my blog pages detailing my own experiences around the notorious “bad law” Communications Act 2003, s.127.
While the attached articles are self-explanatory, I should like to make the point that this bad law, poorly drafted, has exercized what I believe a justice of the Court of Appeal once described as “a chilling effect” on legitimate freedom of expression in the UK (one —apparently now-ignored— provision of the 2003 Act even purports to criminalize anything posted online which is deemed “false”!).
This law has been used (misused) by, in particular, the pro-Israel “Zionist lobby” or “Jewish lobby”, to attack those with whom it disagrees. A brief search on the Internet will throw up numerous open admissions to that effect, i.e. that Zionist Jews in the UK and USA have been and are using what is sometimes termed “lawfare” against British people in the UK, meaning the making of politically-motivated attacks on people, complaints to police, social media organizations, professional regulatory bodies.
Two of the most active abuser-organizations of the law in question are “UK Lawyers for Israel” and the so-called “Campaign Against Antisemitism”, which overlap in terms of membership.
Key individuals engaged in such “lawfare”: Mark Lewis (solicitor, now resident in Israel), Stephen Silverman (resident in South Essex),Gideon Falter (resident in London and elsewhere), and Joe Glasman (resident in London area). There are others, almost all Jewish (there are odd exceptions), as are the three persons just mentioned here.
I myself have been a victim of lawfare, partly detailed in the two articles appended. As a result, I have been disbarred (2016), questioned under caution by police (2017) and expelled from Twitter (2018).
The organizations above now perch like vultures waiting for selected victims to post something online that they can claim is “grossly offensive”. This is political interference, by a special-interest lobby, with the rights of the citizen.
The Communications Act 2003, s.127 is an entirely tyrannical (and badly-drafted) piece of legislation.
Free speech must be protected now. By “free speech” I mean speech, and other communication and publication, on socio-political, historical and religious subjects.
Thank you for your attention.
Please note that I require no reply.
Ian Millard
These are the articles mentioned above:

https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and

I hope that the Law Commission finds my articles and views of interest. At least someone is willing to speak the truth. If no-one else does, I have to…

Professor Tettenborn finishes his article thus: “Nevertheless, this is a proposal that undoubtedly takes the law in the way it should be going, and increases freedom of speech. It may not go as far as you wish, but it is better than nothing. Even better, it is merely a proposal, and the Law Commission welcomes comments on it. This is your chance. You have until 18 December. Any comments should go to online-comms@lawcommission.gov.uk or to Online Communications Team, Law Commission, 1st Floor, Tower, 52 Queen Anne’s Gate, London, SW1H 9AG. Feel free.”

So do it…

I might add that the Professor, though he mentions silly “Count Dankula” and his saluting dog, overlooks victims such as Jez Turner, Alison Chabloz, and me, among others. Still, better half a pint than no pint.

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Answer came there none…

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Below, a good example of the incredible madness that has taken root:

The potential? I wonder. Still, something has to…

Saw this too:

For once, I agree with “antifa” cheerleader (and all-round dodgy person) Mike Stuchbery, though my first thought was not “Agatha Christie” but “John Buchan”… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Buchan; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_works_by_John_Buchan#Novels

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There could be a place for someone with such skills…

These people should be on our side…and want to be.

For all their toughness, some of these Russian airborne troops are very decent people. I knew several former members of the Soviet VDV (Air Descent Contingent) when I lived in Almaty, Kazakhstan in 1996-1997. Very solid people.

Their parachuting skills are certainly in a different league from mine! My report card from my first jump (over Salisbury Plain in, I think, 1977, maybe 1978), made out by a former sergeant of the Parachute Regiment, said “exit slow, no position, no count, no effort; landing OK.”! The slow exit referred to was me having to climb out of the small cabin of a Cessna and halfway along the wing, while gripping at a strut, before casting off into the void (backwards…); you were then supposed to get into a certain body configuration in the air, while shouting out a count of 1-10. This is not easy! After that, floating peacefully thousands of feet down to Salisbury Plain was “a doddle”. Do people really do it for fun?!

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