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.

Late music

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

  1. Dan Hodges! A Truely vile so-called New Labour creep is whinging about very mild and therefore liable to be not effective restrictions to cope with a highly infectious viral disease.

    Well, he wasn’t so uptight about the freedoms of nationalists ten years ago or so when the BNP was doing quite well in elections.🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

    Eff off, you evil little Covid 19 denying ####. Preferably, go and die of it, Jew Zionist puppet and virulently anti-British piece of excrement.

    This utter moron and decided creep complete with glass eye and scar on his face to illustrate his true nature brilliantly only wants ‘freedom’ so he can be a blatant puppet for the Jew Zionist Lobby and to harass and physically harm .nationalists.🙄🙄🙄🙄

    As for Hitchens, his only claim to fame is to be a ‘journalist’ for the evil anti-British Tory rags of the Daily Mail Group. Journalists are NOT qualified in these matters like Dr Hillery Jones and are about the lowest life forms on earth as regular public opinion surveys confirm in this country. Indeed, they are normally rated below second hand car dealers.🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄


  2. Well done Wiley! Nice one! 😂😂😂😂👌👌👌😎😎😎His case just confirms who has the real power in ‘British’ ‘society’! That famous quote by Voltaire is so on the money! You can be anti-white especially, anti-black, anti-Asian in Britain don’t you dare criticise the chosen ones!


    1. I am not sure that that “Voltaire” quotation is accurate in terms of authorship, though it is certainly accurate in terms of truth, m’Lord of Essex.

      The sheer gall of Jews is of course notorious. They even have a special word for it in their language: “chutzpah”.


      1. Indeed. That word of Hebrew or Yiddish origin perfectly expresses the sheer gall of too many of them and especially those of the Zionist extremist/Israel First mob like the misnamed Campaign Against Anti-Semitism.

        What was their problem with Wiley anyway?!I seem to recall that all he did was to point-out that historically many slave owners were Jews! Facts are too often ‘anti-semitic’ to Jew Supremacists/Jew Zionist extremists!🙄🙄🙄


      2. I recall Wiley made some pretty mild remarks about Jews but that was not enough to save him from the attentions of blatant Israeli agent Priti Patel. She demanded Twitter ban him and/or take his remarks down from that platform! She is very dutiful where Jews are upset over some person’s opinions about them are concerned yet when it comes to defending our borders she is nowhere to be seen and is very inattentive in her duties.🙄🙄🙄🙄😡😡😡🤬😝🤬


      3. When are Jews in this country going to grow-up and realise they should not be granted a 100% immunity from being criticised as a group? If they are allowed to have that immunity then so should the unemployed (often a target for the most vile kinds of hatred from the likes of ‘Sir’ Iain Dumbo-Smith🙄) the poor in general, the rich, overweight people, the Scots, the Welsh, Ulster Protestants, the English?🙄🙄🙄🙄


  3. Tom Tugenhadt, yet another dimwit on the Tory benches. This all round prick is constantly anti-Russian and is seemingly ever ready to involve us in a war with Russia whilst forgetting that country has thousands of nukes and nearly a million trained men under arms some of whom are every capable indeed and can compare with the best troops on the planet 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

    It is time Boris got tough and started to take the whip away from these disloyal scoundrels just like he did at the end of last year.


  4. To anyone with half a functioning brain cell, it is clear that the SNP are a completely fraudulent nationalist party ie they are eager to see native Scots become an ethnic minority due to adopting an even more open door approach to immigration/fake asylum seekers than even Labour and fake CONServatives do and they don’t want REAL sovereignty for Scotland ie their very pro-EU stance.

    That being said, Nicola Sturgeon is doing well in this Covid-19 crisis and at least recognises it is real unlike dimwit Peter Hitchens and company and she is evidently willing to take hardline actions to deal with it.

    This is the danger for Boris and company. He has to be careful not to allow the SNP and Nicola Sturgeon to come over as far more competent and serious about taking measures against Covid-19 otherwise their separatist stance is going to be one ever more popular.

    Hence, he needs to be just as tough on Covid-19 restrictions as Nicola Sturgeon if he and the so-called Conservative AND UNIONIST Party don’t want to go down in history as the party that lost Scotland.

    Time, therefore, to ignore Covid-19 deniers like Peter Hitchens.


  5. Ha, ha, John Spellar! Well, it is true to say the intellectual level of your average Labour MP isn’t high but he is certainly amongst the poorest in that regard. He is highly undemocratic in that he is a passionate defender of the clearly unfair First Past The Post electoral system. His real dimness is that he is still prepared to defend that archaic crap even though the system is far more rigged in the Tory Party’s favour and always has been than it has been in his party’s favour even though it is rigged in BOTH parties favour against the Liberal Democrats, Greens etc.

    John and other simpletons needs to be told we WONT need another lockdown IF people follow the rules intently AND if those rules are made stricter as Sturgeon is doing.🙄🙄🙄🙄


  6. I see that a police officer got shot dead today in a custody suite in Croydon! When I was at school we once visited the Royal Festival Halls there! I don’t remember too much about it but I do seem to recollect the area was pretty nice at one time! Indeed, so nice Tories used to be elected pretty easily but now most of the borough is Labour inclined in MP terms apart from the South constituency. Mind you, even that one is trending towards Labour/and or the Lib Dems because of ‘enrichment’.🙄🙄🙄

    Police officers getting shot dead in cold blood in a custody suite of all places! A sad symbol of a country that has no real standards of law and order and a populace ever willing to break laws even ones for the health of others in society egged on by wholly irresponsible and hypocritical Tory scum MPs and ‘journalists’ like Peter Hitchens in rags like the Daily Torygraph! 🙄🙄🙄🙄🤬🤬🤬🤬😡😡😡😞😞


  7. Distilling power out of fear libertarian Tory extremist Peter Hitchens rants! Hmm, I wonder WHY the government thought that would be a good idea? 🙄🙄🙄🙄 Is it because they KNEW libertarian extremist loonies like you and too many other Tories and those from all parties and from none would deliberately write article after article effectively saying the virus is nothing to worry about and that therefore you can feel free to contemptuously ignore any restrictions and thereby help to KILL other people?🙄🙄🙄🙄


  8. Look on the bright side, Mr New Labour creep and Jew Zionist puppet Dan Hodges! If London DOES become a dead city due to Covid-19 restrictions then, perhaps, the shocking crime rate will fall and there will be no reason for people to call it ‘Stab City Upon The Thames’ any longer? It either lowers its crime rate through these restrictions or we will have to elect a nationalist government to deal with the problem by introducing Singapore-style rattan cane floggings, long drop hangings and, above all, vast new numbers of extra police officers for the city.


  9. Hello Ian: I want to share with you and the rest of the readers some funny ponderings sent to me by a friend from Australia. In these awful moments, we need a good laugh (and all the help we can get!)

    “How can someone be dirt poor, and another be filthy rich?”

    “Can you plan a surprise birthday party for a psychic?”

    “Why is the Lone Ranger called ‘Lone’ if he always has his Indian friend Tonto with him?”

    “When does it stop being partly cloudy and start being partly sunny?”

    “When crazy people walk through the forest, do they take the psycho-path?”

    That’s all for tonight!


  10. Claudius 1889, according to this Wikipedia article:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/List_of_countries_and_dependencies_by_number_of_police_officers your country of Argentina has a big total number of policemen and women and therefore a very impressive ratio of them per 100,000 of your population so taking that into account how bad or good is Argentina’s crime rate?

    In theory at least it should be pretty low thanks to that excellently high ratio of policemen and women to the populace!

    Are the police in Argentina effective at fighting crime?


    1. Hello Steve: The question is not an easy one to answer, but I will try my best. Argentina is a huge country (11 times the size of the UK), but its population is distributed very unevenly. Out of nearly 44.000.000 Argentinians, 17.000.000 live in the province of Buenos Aires and 3.000.000 in the city of Buenos Aires. That makes almost 50% of the population.

      Now, here is the rub; whereas the city of Buenos Aires has a government of its own and a budget that enables her to have a numerous and powerful police force, the vast province of Buenos Aires (slightly larger than Italy) is bankrupt. It has police force very much under strength. The city of BA has 873 policemen per 100.000 inhabitants, and the province of BA has 540 policemen per 100.000 inhabitants.

      The figures do not tell the whole story. We are under a Marxist/Liberal government that gives the benefit of the doubt to the criminals and places heavy restrictions on the police, making it very difficult to keep law and order. Still, crime in Buenos Aires city is rather low, but the province of Buenos Aures is “no man’s land”. People are terrified to leave their homes after dark.

      Regarding the rest of the country, I do not have stats at hand, but I will look into it.



      1. Thanks for your answer. Yes, your country of Argentina is a huge one geographically-speaking so even though you do have a large police force that factor has to be taken into consideration when analysing whether Argentina has a low or high crime rate and in regard to the large police force ratio which should, in theory, mean you have a low one. The tax haven of Monaco has an extremely large fir it’s population police force but, unlike your police, they only have to cover a very tiny country.

        Also, as you mention, even if a country has an impressive ratio of police to its population merely having large numbers of officers won’t be of any use if the government doesn’t fully back them by providing them with adequate equipment, paying them well so they are motivated and therefore aren’t tempted to become corrupt and they are actually allowed to do their jobs without Politically Correct constraints being put upon them.


  11. I wonder what the crime rate is like in the former British protectorate of Brunei? According to that article above they have one of the largest ratios of police officers to 100,000 residents of any country in the world and a figure only bettered by the likes of tiny micro states like Monaco.

    Like Singapore, they use rattan cane floggings to severely punish criminals. They also have the death penalty on the books but haven’t executed anyone since 1957.

    In theory having harsh punishments AND a very large in contrast to population size police force should make for very low crime rates indeed.


  12. Singapore has very harsh punishments ie frequent floggings by use of the rattan cane and they hang people regularly BUT according to that Wikipedia piece their police force isn’t a large one so the detection rate and apprehension rate of criminals is probably not too good which in theory should mean a high crime rate.

    Mind you, I think that low figure figure for Singapore is only comprised of REGULAR ‘normal’ officers and doesn’t take into account Singapore appears to boost the numbers of policemen by using its compulsory National Service men (young men there have to serve two years in the armed forces) in that role.


  13. It seems to me looking at a country like Singapore that the lesson to draw is that if you want to have low crime rates you have to have mild punishments like we have BUT have very large police forces instead of harsh punishments to compensate for those milder punishments OR have very draconian punishments ie flogging, lengthy terms of imprisonments in harsh prisons, the death penalty etc and a smaller police force,.

    In short, you can only get away with having inadequately sized police forces if you have very stringent punishments instead.

    The ideal to have very low rates of crime is to have tough punishments frequently applied as in Singapore AND a large police force to detect, apprehend and bring to court criminals as in Brunei.


  14. Singapore’s low crime rate in general and for violent or otherwise serious offences like drug dealing is probably explained not just on account of frequently used floggings, rigorous prison terms and hangings but also because the government there has a policy of inculcating discipline into their society at all levels and at an early stage ie tough discipline in state schools and mandatory national service for two years for its young men. Young men in particular are often in need of some stern discipline to be taught to them because they are the group in society who commit the most crimes and they are also the biggest victims of it.



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