So far, the ludicrously-misnamed SAGE entity has demonstrated that my suggestion for a change of name is a good one— DUMB (Department Under Matt and Boris)…
What at first was ridiculous is now just sick.
Looks like even Peter Hitchens is coming to the view, reading between the lines, that MPs will in fact not listen until compelled to do so by events that they cannot ignore.
NWO. ZOG. The Great Reset. The Great Replacement. The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.
Google the above or any of them, and you will be on the right track.
Switch “Jew-Zionist” for “liberal” and that is even more true.
Unsurprising. The System msm drones, BBC, Sky, whatever, all paid 10x, 20x, or 100x the pay of the average British person, know that their inflated salaries and fees will still be credited to their bank accounts or offshore trusts whether most of the UK is crumbling to dust or not. Same goes for System “experts”, MPs etc etc.
Remember how the msm went mad, a few days ago, about the exciting assault by Special Boat Service [SBS] commandos dropping onto the deck of the tanker off the Isle of Wight and taking prisoner the “pirate” stowaways who had intimidated the captain and almost taken control of his ship?
I remember it too. Plastered all over Sky News, BBC News etc. Sadly, it was another propaganda exercise. Oh, there was a ship all right, and there were about 9 Nigerian stowaways, who seem to have tried to take over the ship, frightening the captain and crew. There was also that brave assault by the SBS, in which its personnel “fast-roped” from helicopters straight down onto the deck of the tanker, and then took back the ship in a matter of minutes (Sky and BBC said 9 minutes; some reports said 7). All true.
Sadly, and it is no reflection on the SBS, its men and their operation, but that was all part of the imperial hypocrisy. It was used by the Government and msm to say to the public, “look at that! We are really tough on piracy and illegal immigration! Detained by the tough guys from the SBS! That will show them!”
Not really. Look at that tweet from Hampshire Police, above, and the linked report:
“Seven men have been bailed for their part in the maritime security incident that took place on board the Nave Andromeda off the coast of the Isle of Wight on Sunday 25 October.
In other words, the invaders (the 7 noted, maybe a few others) have now all been released into the custody of the toytown Border Force. “Custody” implies (falsely) actual incarceration. No.
No illegal immigrants at all are presently being actually “detained”, in any real sense, in the UK; they are all in fact being put into hotels mothballed by reason of the crazy “Coronavirus” “measures” (effective shutdown). They are given shelter, food, clothing if necessary, and pocket-money of maybe £50 a week. Maybe more. Many homeless British people would find that acceptable, but are not given the option.
The immigration detention centres are all shut (indefinitely) supposedly because of the inflated “threat” by “the virus”.
Did the SBS really win at sea the other day? No. Not their fault, but the Nigerian migrant-invaders won. They have got what they wanted: they are in the UK, free to walk around, sheltered, fed, clothed, and even given money with which to buy celebratory drinks.
Incidentally, the msm was going mad about a family of Kurdish migrants that drowned off the coast of France. TV crews went to Dunquerque to interview their fellow migrant-invaders. They were portrayed as the unfortunate victims, the British people as oppressive for not wanting to be (further) invaded.
I heard on BBC World Service that that Kurdish family paid 24,000 Euros to smugglers to be brought to France and then given a boat (with outboard motor) with which to cross to the UK. They had sold all their possessions. All right, but I wonder how many British people in the UK could, even if they did sell all they had, raise over £20,000?
Those Kurds were not in any real sense “refugees”. They were economic migrants. In a sense, I do not “blame” them for wanting to come to Europe or the UK in particular; they obviously were trying to improve their lot. Fair enough, but we the British people are also entitled to say “No! This is our land“.
Remember that Jewish-Zionist triumphalism in the years to come. A little bit of Israel… in the UK.
Keir Starmer “tell Margaret Hodge“? Ha ha! Starmer does not tell the Jews anything (except what they want to hear). They tell him!
Another sadly-deluded honest Labour member or supporter. Deluded because he obviously imagines that the Labour Party is worth saving. Why would he think that? Labour has promoted mass immigration. That alone disqualifies it. Now, Labour is again owned by the Jew-Zionist element or cabal. What about Labour entitles it to speak to or for the British people?
Really? I wonder why (((Kirsty Wark))) would have done that? It really is puzzling…
For once, perhaps surprisingly, I agree with half-Jew hypocrite Kamm. For my own reasons, though. I hope that the new “doormat” Labour leadership follows Kamm’s advice or injunction. Then Labour can fall to pieces, the result being that a real social-national movement can arise.
Britain’s toytown police in the “lockdown” (shutdown)
Keir Starmer Labour is just not breaking through to the voters. Unsurprisingly.
As I myself blogged at or around the time…
Sweden, that had and has no “lockdown”, no facemask nonsense, no legally-enforced “social distancing”, no closure of shops, schools or even bars…
This (below) made me laugh!
Gandhi, a supposed “idealist”, whose activities led to the deaths of millions, not only by reason of the Partition of 1947 but also by reason of the poverty that was created or maintained by backward economic policies for decades after Gandhi’s own death.
Mandela, a semi-trained African lawyer, as thick as two short planks. A would-be terrorist who was imprisoned for his part in a conspiracy to form a terrorist “army” and to create a race war in South Africa in the 1960s. Mandela, who was incapable of running a state, and who left behind a country sliding slowly to chaos and civil war.
Sadly, the Jewish lobby had me expelled from Twitter, so I cannot personally enlighten that first tweeter.
It is strange, though, how the Remain whiners, as the first tweeter is (a Jewish woman, and very pro-EU, resident in —as the newspapers are wont to say— “leafy” Wallingford, Oxfordshire—…most Remain whiners seem to be in circumstances not too uncomfortable) are also the “lockdown” and facemask zealots. It must be by reason of a wish for the State or —in the EU case— super-state to lay down strict rules etc. Psychological nexus rather than political nexus.
“I know it has been said before, but it’s worth repeating because Matt Hancock would like you to believe the opposite.
The virus poses little threat to healthy people under 60.
The over-60s should take particular care. They must make their calculations.
As a 68-year-old man who has not been totally written off by his GP, my chances of dying from Covid-19 if I catch it are supposedly about one and a half per cent. Not huge but not negligible.” [Stephen Glover, Daily Mail]
I was interested to hear Rocco Forte of the hotel/catering “empire” on Radio 4 Today. Very much anti the “panicdemic”, and making all the good points: more people dying of other conditions (eg flu) than of “Covid-19”; the lack of peril to almost anyone under 40; the economic damage (his companies are about to lay off thousands of employees) etc. Also, Forte has himself actually had “the virus” (“an unpleasant 3 weeks“, he said) and recovered, despite being 75 years old.
Whatever one’s view of “the virus”, the incompetence of the present UK government and its cronies (eg the well-connected but pathetic careerist bumbler, Dido Harding) is incredible.
Again. Why is Europe, or more accurately, why is the System, tolerating this?
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The more you give (in), the more (((they))) want…#PoundOfFlesh.
Note the dictatorial tone…that’s what happens when you make concessions to “them”.
Labour now has a leader who is basically a System/Jewish lobby doormat. A “Labour Friend of Israel” and married to a Jewish wife (a property lawyer) with whom he is bringing up their children as if fully Jewish.
I notice that, even in the present circumstances, when the government of the UK has been taken over by a ragbag of anti-British globalist incompetents, Labour cannot get ahead of the misnamed “Conservatives” in the opinion polls. Unsurprising, when it scarcely opposes any Government policies…
Jewish lobby tool Ian Austin, the ex-MP, is very odd indeed. As far as I know, he has never explained why he tweeted, a couple of years ago, that hard-core pornography, particularly that involving bestiality, should be decriminalized. Seems a really nasty individual (as well as having been one of the worst expenses cheats in Parliament).
Well, there it is. The Jews (Jew Zionists) have retaken the Labour fortress that is now a ruin, and are wiping out remnants of “old Labour” (socialist Labour) found here and there.
I shed no tears for Corbyn. I have never been a Labour Party supporter, member, or even voter. Corbyn was weak on the “JQ”; opposing Israel, yes, but at the same time weaselling by paying lip-service to the “holocaust” farrago, to Jewish holidays etc. He should have come out fully against the (((Lobby))) and its pernicious influence over politics, culture, migration-invasion, law etc in the UK. Corbyn allowed the Jewish/Zionist lobby to crush him and, with him, what was left of the Labour Party.
This situation might be hopeful for social nationalism. Now that there is in reality —and clearly-seen— one System party, notionally split into “Labour” and “Conservative”, the people can see that only a new movement (not just party, but movement) can lead them against those fake parties of decadence and evil.
The trouble with that is that such a party would be akin to the Labour Party that lost, in 2019, the General Election, and lost it not because any other party was preferred to Labour, but because former Labour voters refused to vote Labour or at all…
The real British people will not vote for an old-style “socialist” party and especially not for one that wants a black-brown/mixed-race Britain. Not in numbers large enough to form a government.
Any new Corbyn party might become a significant force though, in that it would get the votes of many of the ethnic minorities, as well as some of the votes of public service personnel and metro virtue-signallers.
If Corbyn Labour got about 32% of the popular vote at the 2019 General Election (the Conservative Party nearly 44%), then any new Corbyn party would probably get about 15% at best. On a good day, 20%; on a bad day, 10%. Not enough to win very many MPs, in all likelihood, but enough to finish off official Labour under Starmer. Hm…
If, in any general election in the next 4 years, official Labour were to get, say, 20% or 25%, then its cadre of MPs will reduce to double figures.
That says it all…
Incidentally, did I read somewhere that Keir Starmer and his Jewish wife have buy-to-let properties? Not sure.
Remember George Osborne, that nasty little part-Jew who was Chancellor until a few years ago? Remember how his Big Idea was that fracking would be Britain’s bold new frontier, firing up the “Northern Powerhouse” (his other Big Idea)? Well that was then.
Today, the “Northern Powerhouse” is just a political footnote. As for fracking, after being stalled by reason of its environmental effects, it has been killed off by the fall in oil prices. Not only in the UK; USA and Canada too. Today, oil prices fell further: “Brent was trading 3.5 per cent down at $37.74, while WTI stood down 3.6 per cent at $36.05.” [City AM]. Fracking is completely uneconomic below USD $40 (some say $60) a barrel.
As for Osborne, I don’t know what it is about the British, but they always imagine that whatever political careerist or chancer becomes Chancellor of the Exchequer, he is some kind of genius. Then, it was George Osborne, and before him others such as Nigel Lawson and Denis Healey, inter alia. Now it is Indian “clever boy”, Rishi Sunak. (Healey was in fact highly educated and cultured, though basically an enemy; a Bilderberger and globalist).
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“[Critics] were essentially saying that Jews were liars [about “antisemitism” in Labour]“, says Gideon Falter of the malicious “Campaign Against Antisemitism” fake charity. Well, his own evidence in trials, given on oath, has not always been accepted by the criminal or other courts: see, for example, the Rowan Laxton case.
Kay Burley is not really interviewing Gideon Falter; she is facilitating him and his propaganda.
Note the (((typical))) arrogant Zionist triumphalism: Falter tells Labour what must be done…
Had Corbyn and his cohorts come out fully and forcefully against the Jewish-Zionist lobby, it might have been a gamechanger in British politics. As it is, the matter remains unresolved, and the struggle goes on.
The LibDems “stomping” on people? Be careful what you wish for; what goes around comes around…
“Scotsman” by absorption? The SNP is not “national” except in name.
Look at this idiot (below): Roanna Carleton-Taylor, of Derbyshire. Aka “@AntiFashWitch” on Twitter. The leading light of the ludicrously-misnamed “Resisting Hate” troll group.
In the clip below, she is seen talking about how she can engender fear (!) by using the body parts of spiders etc. What a nice individual…a collaborator of self-described “historian” and “journalist” (in fact, a sacked temporary schoolteacher), Mike Stuchbery, now resident in Stuttgart (thanks to the generosity of the German state and those who donate to him): https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/10/23/a-few-words-about-mike-stuchbery/
The above woman is also connected with Zionists and their “antifa” dupes in London and Manchester, among other places.
Listening to the BBC Today Programme, heard a representative of the criminal Bar talking about how members of the criminal Bar are now suffering heavily from lack of work, and so fees. The courts have been closed or largely closed for 6 months. Barristers in private self-employed practice are subject to Lenin’s dictum, “he who does not work does not eat“— Кто не работает, тот не кушает [Кто не работает, тот не кушает]. How well do I remember that! I mean life at the practising Bar (1992-1996 and 2002-2008).
My Bar practice, especially in earlier years, in the early 1990s, was very much illustrative of that. I was in pretty poor London chambers at first, which supplied equally poor work, mostly criminal. I had to hustle, as the Americans say, to get work of my own in various ways, because chambers had poor work and the single Clerk was almost useless.
Before very long (it seemed long at the time), the magistrates’ court and Crown Court appearances gave way to High Court (i.e. non-criminal) cases, mostly judicial reviews, and other non-criminal work (mostly contract cases) in the County Court, as well as Tribunal appearances of various kinds. Quite mixed.
One day, a High Court brief marked at (for preparation time and first day or part) maybe £2,000 or even £5,000 for half a day or a day (this was about 25 or 27 years ago; today, it would be far far more), the next day a tiny magistrates’ court appearance at perhaps £100 (or less), or a “Mention” (a brief Crown Court appearance which might be only a few minutes in length), with criminal legal aid fee officially fixed at £46! The following day? Maybe nothing at all. The week after? Sometimes, still nothing at all! Followed by…whatever. Some weeks, one might do work in the thousands or even more; more usually, the fees would amount to a few hundred or a thousand; not rarely, I would make absolutely nothing in a whole week.
My spending was likewise up and down; one week, Rules restaurant, the River Room at the Savoy, Julie’s in Notting Hill, and a weekend at Cliveden [ https://www.clivedenhouse.co.uk/]. The next week might be an egg-on-toast breakfast at a workers’ cafe, and maybe a loaf of bread and a tin of tuna (plus decent red wine, though!) for the evening, and a walk in Regent’s Park for weekend recreation (depending on luck…).
Reverting to the Today Programme, my reaction (apart from Memory Lane reminiscence) was two-fold. I recognize that a civilized society needs a cadre of criminal defenders. Likewise, they need to be paid at a reasonably generous level to reflect their years of study, continuing study, and their responsibility.
Of course, many at the civil, Chancery and other parts of the Bar are not affected much, or even at all, by “the virus”. Still, the criminal Bar and maybe the family-law Bar are affected severely. A serious problem for society as a whole.
On the other hand, when I was attacked by a malicious pack of Zionist Jews, a persecution which led eventually to my unjust disbarment in October 2016, not one barrister spoke up for me, for freedom of socio-political expression (“free speech”) generally, or for fairness. Not one who had known me personally. Not one who poses as a champion of “free speech”, political liberty etc, and virtue-signals accordingly. Not one.
That being so, I have to admit that, harsh though it may be, I am laughing now as many members of the Bar are suffering, nearing penury and even bankruptcy. What goes around comes around, and I am not going to shed too many crocodile tears for people who failed to say one word for me or for free speech.
In fact, a few barristers, either Jews or very tied up with Jews and/or (probably) dependent on Jewish solicitors for work, tweeted joyfully about my getting disbarred; one or two were even gratuitously rude to me directly, either then or much later. Don’t worry— you happy few have not been forgotten.
Incidentally, the five tweets which resulted in my disbarment were all general comments; not one was addressed to any individual, and they were all true! Example? Michael Gove as “a pro-Jew, pro-Israel expenses cheat“. That was all demonstrably true, yet was deemed “grossly offensive“! Now, of course, we know that Michael Gove is also a cocaine-snorting drunk, who was even filmed not so long ago drunk and/or drugged, and staggering, in the Chamber of the House of Commons! Ye Gods!
…and it would be nice if the young wannabees who now pose as “journalists” could spell, and if they knew the difference between “praying” and “preying”…Stand up, Hull Daily Mail! [Update, 27 November 2020: the Hull Daily Mail must have seen my blog comment (or maybe others complained); they have now replaced “praying” with the correct “preying”…].
The politically-correct toytown police of the UK are unused to real British people standing up for their own and national rights…
Yes, if you made mock of the Jews the way that the Jew Sacha Baron Cohen mocks the Kazakhs, you would get prosecuted (if supported by a well-funded pressure group). That’s no “conspiracy theory”: look what happened to Alison Chabloz…and “they” are still trying to get her.
Incidentally, I know Kazakhstan, having lived there for a year (1996-97).
Everyone in the country should be aware of the conspiracy behind all of this. Resistance must emerge, before we are all just complete serfs of a dystopian nightmare.
Below, a typical System-approved idiot thinks that a “lockdown”, if “strict”, can defeat a virus…
It never seems to occur to that type that “lockdowns”, however strict, merely delay the viral progress without “curing” the situation. Look at Spain now. And France. And Germany.
People who have not thought this through.
What has to be factored in is that anyone who has died within 28 days of a positive Coronavirus test is now deemed to have died of “the virus”, even if, in reality, their reaction to infection was slight and they died of other conditions! It’s mad.
Meanwhile, huge numbers of people are suffering and dying because undiagnosed, untreated, not operated upon etc for non-“virus” conditions. The NHS is limping along not doing its proper job.
In the world in general, only one person in every 8,000 has died from “the virus”; in fact, the statistics are so unreliable that it may be one in 10,000, or twenty thousand for that matter..
I heard a piece on BBC World Service about “the virus” as it is in Prague and the Czech Republic generally.
Earlier in 2020, the Czech government instituted one of the most severe “lockdowns” (and other measures) in the world. Now? The Czech Republic apparently has the second-highest rate of infections [known] in the world.
Nothing was said of how many people were having to be hospitalized or how many are dying. A temporary large hospital has been constructed, but according to the BBC reporter, the ventilators shown were “wheezing” without patients.
Conclusion? Nothing much from the BBC; from me, the conclusion that testing is up, known infections are up, but —perhaps— the number of actual deaths from the virus is not much —if at all— up. Also, that the severe “lockdown” of earlier this year has not stopped infection but —at most— merely delayed it.
It might have been better to allow infection to proliferate in the Spring and Summer, when hospitals are less busy generally. Same in the UK.
In the UK, the “lockdown” (shutdown of virtually the whole society) was meant to be, or at least presented to the public as, temporary, for a few weeks only, to “flatten the curve” of infection, the numbers hospitalized etc, and so “save the NHS”. In the contemporary phrase, “that went well”…
Here we are 6+ months later and, while the UK death rate (from “the virus” if not from everything else) is now low, technical infection is high and we still have “local” lockdowns amounting to a semi-national lockdown; also of course the intrusive and unnecessary facemask nonsense.
My NWO nose is twitching…both Twitter and the Vaccine Alliance…and major commercial banks. She was also 2-i-c at the World Bank, and worked at the Bank for 25 years. She is on the IMF Board too.
The candidate became a U.S. citizen in 2019.
The “Great Reset”…
The “Red Wall” areas reconsider the future
“Boris Johnson’s pitch to would-be first-time Tory voters in the North of England was threefold: getting Brexit done; “levelling up” the economy; and taking their side on culture war issues against the spectre of the metropolitan, liberal elite.
While the success of the Prime Minister’s Brexit strategy hangs in the balance, those last two aims are in tatters. As constituencies across the North of England suffer soaring infection rates, new restrictions on their civil liberties, and impending economic Armageddon, the bright and optimistic vision of last December lies smouldering in ruins, like the last fags in the gutter outside a shuttered Liverpool pub.” [Standpoint magazine]
A fairly interesting article, but omitting the key fact about the 2019 General Election, which is that the Conservative Party did not win it; Labour lost it. The Conservative Party won only by default. Huge numbers of 2017 Labour voters did not vote Labour in 2019, true…but relatively few of those voted Conservative. More of the 2017 Labour voters did not vote at all in 2019.
If that actually were to take off, the Labour Party would be toast in many constituencies, but the chances are that nothing much will come of it.
Perhaps, but Britain needs an aware white Northern European population, and a citizen and fully-armed militia (under the control of a proper government), far more than a few more ships.
When I was a small child, living in Caversham Heights, on the edge of Reading, where the suburbs of the Berkshire town meet the Oxfordshire woods and fields, my mother would often take me to the public library in Caversham itself, which library was founded by Carnegie, and had a plaque set into the exterior wall to that effect. I have never forgotten that. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Carnegie#1901%E2%80%931919:_Philanthropist
The foundation stone was laid in 1905, and the Library opened in 1907.
When I used to go there, aged about 4 or 5 and thereafter, from about 1960, it looked just the same as in the photograph. I recognize that circular leather seat (it was red shiny leather, perhaps very much of its time: see The Maltese Falcon).
When the library opened, in 1907, the whole area of Caversham and beyond, from the north bank of the Thames at Reading, was still part of Oxfordshire. It only became part of Berkshire in 1911.
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Even more sinister is the way that this “study”, poorly conceived and carried out, was first published months ago, and is now being pushed again in the msm Lugenpresse (Lie-Press). None dare call it conspiracy…
The only way to stop the slide to tyranny is to directly impact those who have engineered the present Coronavirus toytown police state which is halfway to a real police state. I am talking about Boris-idiot and his cohorts.
More evidence that Labour, though not in the opinion-poll trough it was in when Corbyn was leader [translation: when the entire Jewish-influenced or owned mass media were trashing Labour and Corbyn on a daily basis], has not broken through in terms of public support, despite the manifest incompetence and unpleasantness of the Boris-idiot “Conservative” government.
All Boris-idiot is good for is cracking jokes and playing the public entertainer. Anything else— rubbish.
Well, not so surprising. After all, at least half the American public (and the British public, for that matter), still believe that the German government of the 1940s “gassed” millions of Jews, despite no credible evidence ever having been adduced for that.
The fakery of the “holocaust” farrago since the 1950s has contaminated politics, law, the mass media, and of course modern historical study and authorship; that has been particularly the case since the real TV/Hollywood campaign started in the 1970s: Schindler’s List (1993) and so on. Most people have no idea that that film was an adaptation of a novel by an Australian who was only 3 years old at the start of the Second World War, and only 9 when it finished.
The above tweet (commenting upon another tweet) was tweeted a few days ago by the egregious Jo Maugham, a prolific tweeter who likes to virtue-signal, a pose damaged when it was widely publicized that he had brutally beaten to death a fox.
Maugham, a half-Jew by actual parentage [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jolyon_Maugham#Early_life; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Benedictus#Life], and who is a barrister (QC) in the field of tax law, is presumably someone of quite high intelligence, but his pronouncements and judgment calls often show, in my opinion, a lack of commonsense. Not just the fox-killing incident. Maugham was or is a leading supporter of Remain vis a vis the EU; also, if I recall aright, of the doomed joke party, Change UK, which bombed at the European Elections and General Election of 2019. Now look at that tweet featured above.
People protesting against the increasingly totalitarian nature of the (supposedly) anti-“virus” measures taken by a panicked government in the UK, are not “bringing death to the innocent“. Au contraire, the government “lockdowns”, semi-shutdown of the NHS etc are killing far more than the “virus” so many seem to fear.
As to the Extinction Rebellion loonies, if Maugham thinks that their antics will in any way “save the planet from destruction“, he is in a strange part of cloud-cuckoo land (see above for links to my articles about Extinction Rebellion etc).
A different viewpoint to that of Maugham:
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I favour Brexit, but this incompetent Jewish/Indian government of clowns, and its predecessors, have badly mishandled everything. Still, it could trigger the biggest upsurge in social nationalism since the 1930s. “Always look on the bright side of Life”…
I can only assume that that tweeter is unaware of my existence…(though I never use “Right”/”Left” terminology).
One sees how the System in the UK used “Tommy Robinson”, the EDL, and the “Football Lads’ Alliance” etc as “controlled opposition”, which meant that instead of something like the above, the UK had pointless marches and brawling by the bottle-throwing dupes of those organizing and those (((behind the scenes))). Result? No threat to the System, and the “protestors”, like their idiotic American counterparts, were even “pro-Israel”. Talk about slaves loving their chains!
I have seen the promised land…
Nazim Ali Tribunal hearing
The latest “Campaign Against Antisemitism (“CAA”) “lawfare” outrage (along with the continuing affaire Chabloz) is the complaint against Nazim Ali, a pharmacist, who made a speech at the Al Quds march in London three years ago, in 2017.
The “CAA” did its usual thing of sneaking around hoping to record something “antisemitic” so that the CAA might complain to the police or to professional regulators.
The case is now before the professional regulatory tribunal for the pharmaceutical profession.
The same thing happened to Jez Turner of London Forum. His speech in Whitehall was overheard by CAA snoop Gideon Falter and/or others. The police and then Crown Prosecution Service [CPS] declined to prosecute, so the CAA used “lawfare”, going to the High Court to have the no-prosecution decision subjected to judicial review. The result was a stalemate, but the Crown Prosecution Service did “reassess” the matter, eventually prosecuting Jez Turner, who was, after a Crown Court trial, eventually sentenced to a year in prison, serving half. A hero.
After my unjust disbarment in October 2016, Falter, the “Director” of the CAA Jew-Zionist pressure group, said to the national Press (Judenpresse…) that my case proved that anyone in a recognized profession who said anything the CAA deemed “antisemitic” would suffer “devastating professional consequences“. Google “Ian Millard barrister” for more.
The Jew-Zionists succeeded in both getting me disbarred in 2016 (though it took nearly three years) and in having me removed from Twitter in 2018. They failed in several attempts to have me arrested and/or prosecuted. They have persecuted me in other ways (eg by having Amazon remove all my book reviews, at which I was a “Top 50” reviewer out of millions). “They” are enemies of European civilization.
Heard on Radio 4 News this morning: “…before the festive period“. Before the what?! The...”festive period“?! No no no. Not “the festive period”, not “Hanukkah”, not “Kwanza”, not “Happy Holidays”. Christmas. That’s what you meant to say. Christmas.
Jewish influence. I noticed the same when I lived in New Jersey, 30 years ago.
[Note: the two tweets below showed Hitler speaking in brief clips. Now censored by some office bod at Twitter. A sign of the times. I have left the censored tweets there, to show the unfree world we are now in.]
[updated note: Twitter restored one tweet but has not restored the other, the one which had clips of Hitler speaking, comments still relevant today. (((Censorship))) by the (((YouKnowWho)))…]
I doubt that, but only because the System drones will soon be little more than fertilizer for the fields of tomorrow.
Remembrance of times past
Saw something that sparked memories. In 2002, having taken a lease of a large country house on the Cornwall-Devon border and, a month or so later having joined provincial barristers’ chambers in Exeter, I was asked to sit as a “Lord Justice of Appeal” at a moot (a mock trial), held in the ancient Guildhall in the main street of Exeter.
My fellow “Lords Justices of Appeal” were a Professor Tettenborn from Exeter University (now at Swansea University and an influential legal academic), and the Mayor of Exeter, a humourless elderly fellow.
The three contenders were all final year law students. The one who stood out and was the unquestioned winner of the contest was a young man of Armenian or part-Armenian origins called Taghdissian. He was far ahead of the other two in both advocacy and law and was a worthy victor. However, before awarding him his laurels, the “Court” (privately, not aired in public) had to consider a technical matter, an ethical violation by him. He nearly lost his otherwise well-merited win.
I spoke to him at the reception afterward. My assessment: a sharp-witted, polite but somewhat arrogant young man who, if he mellowed, might be an asset to our chambers.
A year or two later, I heard that, in the chambers that that person had joined (not the same chambers to which I belonged, though I had in fact told both our senior Clerk and my Head of Chambers, who is now a circuit judge, that he was worth offering a place if he applied), there had been one or two suggestions of inappropriate personal behaviour from that young barrister. I do not think that anything more happened about that, though (and I know only what I was told, though told on good authority).
Now, I have just seen that that student of 2002 is still a member of those other chambers, and has political ambitions, being not only the head of the local Conservatives but having been a several-times candidate.
Taghdissian stood for the Conservatives at the 2017 General Election (for the Exeter seat), but came second. He was also one of six Conservative Party candidates on their party list for South West England in the 2019 European Elections; no Conservative Party candidates were elected. He had previously stood at the 2015 General Election, in the constituency of Cardiff West; placed second.
Taghdissian is evidently determined to get into major-league politics. I shall be interested to follow his progress.
“Elderly Covid patients were denied intensive care during the height of the pandemic. It’s been revealed a triage tool drawn up at the request of England’s chief medical officer stopped over 80s from receiving potentially life-saving treatment in a bid to try and stop the NHS from being overrun” [Daily Mail]
Professor Ferguson (again)
“Professor Neil Ferguson, the controversial academic whose modelling heavily influenced the national lockdown in March, was accused of scaremongering after saying that people ‘will catch Covid-19 and die’ if families are allowed to mix on Christmas Day.” [Daily Mail].
Why doesn’t someone chuck that bastard off a cliff?
and… “Psychologists said Covid-19 may cause birth rates to fall, people to stay single for longer and for women to become more promiscuous.” [Daily Mail]. Professor Ferguson and his married “ho” (and her cuckold husband) will no doubt be interested to read that…
“I work in a law firm and have been told that some of the function is being outsourced to India where qualified lawyers will be doing our jobs for a fraction of our salary. We have been told to expect redundancy announcements any minute. Its not just hospitality and travel industries that are affected.“
“ChristinaV, Guildford, United Kingdom” [Daily Mail Comments]
The “cuck” “prince” is now once again talking about “unconscious bias”. What about “unconscious bias” in favour of people like him? After all, were he not a “royal prince”, who would be interested in “his” views (the views driven into him by the Mulatta)? In fact, looking at him, I think that Harry would find it hard to get any ordinary job, certainly beyond the entry level.
Exactly. An excellent training exercise for the SBS, but in the end the African migrant-invaders won. They are here, probably in some mothballed business hotel (not exactly the Ritz, but, hey! a lot of homeless Brits would take it!). Once their details (probably fake) are logged, the invaders will be given about £50 a week pocket money and eventually found housing that should go to British families and individuals. Disgrace.
Hitchens is right. As for me, I too hate mobs and disorder, but also hate a society where the people are slaves or near-robots. The right balance between conformity and liberty (and licence) must be struck. The UK has, in the past 20 years, and plainly so in the past year, gone too far towards not only a serf-state, but a stupidly-governed serf-state.
Again, I agree with Hitchens. I favour public service broadcasting, but the BBC is no longer that, or only incidentally. Lord Reith’s dictum, Inform. Educate, Entertain, is either ignored now, or complied with only in parody form.
The General Election of 2019 has washed up an almost embarrassing number of new deadhead MPs onto my golden shore. I have now an even wider choice than heretofore. Out of that mass, I have now chosen Selaine Saxby [Con, North Devon].
I have to admit that I had never heard of Selaine Saxby until yesterday. The material available online about her is sparse, but I think that one can come to an outline understanding of her character and background from what can be found.
Twitter has had much to say about Saxby, mostly critical:
What I find extraordinary about Selaine Saxby’s original comment is not only that it shows a complete absence of any compassion for the poor and struggling, but that it also attacks the very people most likely to vote Conservative: business people, company directors etc.
Selaine Saxby’s background
I had not previously encountered the Christian name “Selaine”. My brief researches have discovered that (unlike, say, Sharon, Sarah, Selena) “Selaine” has no classical or other meaning. There is some suggestion that it might be of French origin, but I have discovered that, in the whole of the past century, and in the whole world where records are available, only 80 girls were named Selaine, almost all between the years 1970-1990, and mostly in Brazil. A mystery.
Selaine Saxby was born in November 1970 in Coventry, and will be 50 within a few weeks. Her father was a school headmaster. Her school education is not, apparently, in the public domain; she then read Mathematics and Management at Cambridge.
I saw a tweet to the effect that Selaine Saxby is “a lawyer”, but that seems to be wrong. I can find no trace of her ever having qualified as either solicitor or barrister.
Having been born in 1970, Selaine Saxby probably graduated in the early 1990s, about 1991 or 1992. The years between then and 2000 are blank, it seems. What was she doing in those ~8 years? Sitting on a beach? Surfing? Working for MI5? We do not know.
Selaine Saxby started an online sport bra company (Lessbounce Ltd) in 2000. It seems to have been modestly successful, but was liquidated in 2016, with debts.
Other activities have included raising money for charity (though she seems to have done that as a “consultant”, i.e. she was paid, so there is no need to look upon her as having been particularly altruistic…).
Her Lessbounce (Lesbounce?) company was obviously no more than modestly successful. When it collapsed in 2016, she had already been working for a year as salaried Chief of Staff (big title for smallish job?) for gay Conservative Party MP, Ben Howlett [Con, Bath, 2015-2017]. As to Ms. Saxby’s own private life, Wikipedia, the several profiles of her online, and the MP’s own website, are silent.
After Ben Howlett lost his seat at Bath in 2017, Ms. Saxby’s job disappeared, so she became a schoolteacher (mathematics) at a state secondary in Bideford (North Devon) for what seems to have been only a few months, until a date in 2019. She had previously fought a doomed campaign at Llanelli (Wales), in 2015, in which contest she finished last out of four candidates.
Nothing much is known of Ms. Saxby’s ideological stances except that she voted Leave in 2016, and was elected on the “get Brexit done” basis. Her recent comments seem to reflect unthinking “Daily Mail” views on social welfare. She seems to have said nothing publicly on questions of race and culture.
Attitude to money
I note that, since her election, Selaine Saxby has claimed expenses which have been not huge, and I find it odd that her “staffing costs” seem to have been only £885 in the past year (the maximum claimable is something like £165,000). She claims to take “a packed lunch” to Westminster! If true, rather silly and almost vulgar in view of MPs’ pay and expenses, especially when MPs get excellent restaurant food at Westminster for a few pounds, i.e. heavily subsidized, like the old Soviet “Kremlyovsky payok” (Kremlin ration).
I wonder whether she is not basically a bit of a skinflint. That would seem to explain her comments about both hungry children and struggling businesses.
Ms. Saxby is, incredibly, a member of the Work and Pensions Select Committee in the Commons (she gets extra pay for that).
Selaine Saxby’s recent comments well qualify her as a deadhead MP. I have read her own website and what has been written about her online by Wikipedia, in the Press, on Conservative Home, the House of Commons online resource etc. Phrasing this in the colloquial, I do not detect a lot going on there…
Having said that, she is not going anywhere. North Devon has alternated between Conservative and LibDem for decades, and before that, Liberal, in toto for over a century. Nick Harvey held the seat for the LibDems for 23 years (1992-2015), and Selaine Saxby took over the seat from another Conservative Party MP in 2019.
The collapse of LibDemmery nationwide has meant that a number of their former strongholds are now safe Conservative seats. North Devon is one. It seems, therefore, that Ms. Saxby will be around for some time.
Happened to hear on radio the plummy voice of a “Conservative” MP, and for the past months the Minister for International Trade, which turned out to be that of a Sri Lankan/Indian, albeit born in London, called Ranil Jayawardena [Con, North East Hampshire]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranil_Jayawardena. The constituency is one of the safest Conservative Party seats in the UK.
From where the plummy voice, though? Not from his local comprehensive school, which he attended before attending a nearby sixth-form college. The London School of Economics? Doubtful. He was then at Lloyds Banking Group, where he worked for several years until elected as MP in 2015.
Looking at the way things are going, wih Rishi Sunak talked about (puffed in the msm) as the next Prime Minister, it may be that, in the Commons as elsewhere, the real British people are being completely sidelined; marginalized. Outbred by the non-whites, as well. White Genocide.
“The Great Replacement”. No mere “conspiracy theory”. It’s happening. Just look around you.
“There was more support (29%) for the claim that there is “a single group of people who secretly control events and rule the world together” regardless of who is in government. This was believed by 42% of 25- to 34-year-olds.” [The Guardian]
Professor Ferguson again! He has not even the grace to shut up, not even now! A serial fantasist. Stalin would have had him shot, and rightly so. So where will the professor spend Christmas? Breaking “the rules” again with his married “ho”?
Will no-one rid us of these turbulent “experts”?
Also, why does BBC Radio 4 Today Programme give this Ferguson charlatan airtime, and thus spurious credibility?
For that, abstention is not enough. For that, one needs a new party and/or movement, and/or a new army and/or other “boots on the ground”…
The “virus” hysteria is instructive for those who wonder how it was that the Inquisition could hunt down heretics, or the NKVD hunt down anti-Soviet dissidents (often imagined).
You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows…
Oh, that’s clever: just when the pubs, cafes and restaurants are on their knees by reason of the stupid “lockdown”/shutdown and social distancing policies, hit them hard in the one thing they can do to make any money, i.e. serve customersin the open air! Is this more government and local government incompetence, or some kind of sinister plan to deliberately smash everything?
I have to admit that I had never heard of Mark Drakeford. The sort of person who, before devolution, would have been something like a county councillor, rather than “First Minister” of the Welsh “Government”.
Great. The Police and Crime Commissioner for Wales is himself little better than a fraudster…
Reverting to the ridiculous Drakeford (purported) decree, what possible use can it be to insist that shops only sell “essential” items? Is the hope that fewer people will bother to go to shops? “Essential” is not even defined. Will we once more have police personnel checking purchases? In what little Welsh world will that prevent “Coronavirus” infection? It’s just mad.
So when the Welsh economy completely collapses, which cannot be far away anyway after the stupid 6-month “lockdown” (shutdown) imposed by Boris-idiot, who will pick up the pieces financially? The English taxpayer?
Thing is, you give silly little people like this Mark Drakeford real powers, and then they cannot exercise them usefully or intelligently. They have neither the background nor the common sense and intelligence. “Decrees” are made which are senseless.
Look at his other recent “decrees”, e.g. that people cannot travel from some parts of England to Wales. How is that even enforceable? It isn’t…
This whole “virus” panic in the UK and by that I mean the Boris-idiot “laws”, “rules”, and “advice” (and the way in which the police have acted as a poundland KGB militia) has damaged the rule of law, possibly permanently. You have a government that believes in power and only power, untrammeled by law. What do they think will be done to them should they ever be in the power of a dictator?
I had never heard of The Chop until the malicious Jew-Zionist cabal known as “Campaign Against Antisemitism” started screaming about it recently. I also have effectively no interest in woodworking. Oh, well, now “they” have managed to have The Chop chopped, thus spoiling the innocent pleasure of many people. It’s what “they” do best. That should give a nice little boost to “antisemitism”…
So…what percentage of guests on TV shows should be professional criminals? 1%? 2%? More? What percentage should be xyz? Based on recent elections etc, maybe 10% of TV guests should be social nationalists. Will never happen. Well, only when we purge the msm and the swine now running TV stations, and profiting from all the decadence.
China. USA. The only powers of importance, or would be, had Russia no nuclear weapons.
The System msm is now puffing Indian “clever boy”, Rishi Sunak, as Prime Minister in Waiting, just as they puffed Boris-idiot for years. Take a look at the recent tweets of, for example, John Rentoul. They can see that “Boris” is not only incompetent (so was David Cameron-Levita, so was Theresa May) but looks it. Answer? Replace “Boris” before too long. Anyway, if that fails, the Labour Party is once again (((occupied))) territory, so if necessary Keir Starmer will do what the System wants.
You would imagine that Labour Party “socialism” had been a great success “up North” in recent decades…
If the Labour Party is so wonderful, why did the voters of 2019 abandon Labour (mostly in fact not voting “Conservative” but more usually just abstaining)?
As for “Comrade Geordie”, his heroes are thus: “heroes Bruce Lee , Tony Benn, Clem Attlee, Trotsky Marx Engels.” An idiot…
Here below is another not atypical example:
For “Corbyn’s Jewish Cat”, “@ChampagneDosser”, the UK is “a shithole”, which he intends to improve by smuggling in blacks and browns, i.e. completely useless hordes, who mostly hate us as well as want to leech on us. I agree with him on one thing only, about those who combine the Israeli flag with the Union Jack on their Twitter profiles…
Another idiot, in short…
The radio announcement of the death of Adolf Hitler
Quite often, the revolutionaries on the ground are not theorists, philosophers or theologians; often disruptive social dissidents, angry young —or old— people, or even criminals of a sort…
Those following the progress of the latest ridiculous prosecution of satirical singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz should be aware that her trial (and application to dismiss the charges) has been adjourned, on Crown Prosecution Service application, until 17 November 2020. May victory be hers.
I must have missed that particular storm in a Twitter teacup. Typical, though. The self-described “Left” (a term which, like “Right”, I never use), or (pseudo-) “socialist” element has nohing much to say.
In 1989, socialism died, all over the world. That was as true of British socialism or social democracy as it was of Soviet socialism (which just expired and evaporated within a couple of years, being replaced by “oligarchic” kleptocracy), and Chinese socialism (which kept the names and forms of socialism while transforming into complete cut-throat capitalism under overall State supervision).
In Britain, the Labour Party changed from a social-democratic party with socialist roots and pretensions into a basically finance-capitalist party with social-democratic pretensions. Clause 4 (nationalization) was ditched; within a few years it was uncontroversial for the half-Jew Mandelson, Tony Blair’s most important ally, to say that he was “intensely relaxed about people getting filthy rich“. Imagine Clement Attlee, Harold Wilson or, say, James Callaghan saying that (in public)!
As Labour became a non-socialist party in the 1990s, the more socialist-oriented element in it became infected more and more with the peripheral politics of identity.
As a frequent browser in Collet’s London Bookshop in Charing Cross Road in 1976 (aged 19), I saw that they had shelves devoted to books and magazines about “sexual politics” and the like, as well as what became known as “multiculturalism”. I was social-national even then, and thought that those areas were, even in the context of Marxist/post-Marxist ideology, sideshows at best. I was right then, but wrong down the line, because it was exactly that sort of stuff that eventually took over, not the Labour Party as such, but the more “socialist”-leaning element within it.
What are the concerns of those “socialists” on, say, Twitter? “Refugees” (most of whom are bogus anyway); “LGBT” etc; supporting all the “Covid-19” nonsense (facemasks, lockdowns etc); “black lives matter”. After all those, maybe poverty too, but the real old-style socialists focussed on relief of poverty as of prime importance, together with the whole socio-economic pattern of society. Also, those old-style activists had a idea of how to achieve their objectives. The post-Marxists have exchanged that for what amounts to a virtue-signalling whine.
The Twitterati who think themselves “socialist” (there are exceptions), especially the “antifa” element and the Jew-Zionists, find their greatest pleasure and victory when someone with whom they disagree (usually unthinkingly) is expelled from Twitter. Most interesting tweeters (like me, if I immodestly say so) are now gone from increasingly dull Twitter.
Also, the Twitterati are often found complacently reciting that xyz (like me) have rightly been expelled from Twitter because “Twitter, Facebook, YouTube etc are commercial companies and can expel or deny service to anyone”. Pretty pathetic. A surrender to the marketplace, and a quasi-monopolistic marketplace at that. No thought as to the rights of the citizen qua citizen (eg free speech rights) going beyond mere contractual rights.
One might add that Twitter is the main playground of such people. Not the real world where real events happen and where questions of politics, questions of importance, are decided.
Whining on Twitter (“slacktivism”) becomes the substitute for real political or social action.
You can see all of that in the Corbyn saga of recent years. Corbyn Labour was not without its virtues, though Corbyn was really a surviving example of an old-style socialist surrounded by those new-style pseudo-socialist virtue-signallers; political coelacanth [“Coelacanths were thought to have become extinct in the Late Cretaceous, around 66 million years ago, but were rediscovered in 1938…The coelacanth was long considered a “living fossil““— Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coelacanth].
The result of the obsession with peripheral matters (perhaps the most bizarre and off-piste is re. “transphobia”) has been that Labour itself (and the so-called “Left” in general) has become politically almost irrelevant, despite the Labour Party being the only major “opposition” to a Conservative Party government of surpassing incompetence.
Matters of wide public concern: mass immigration and migration-invasion; education; NHS services; a future for the young; security for the old; the environment; housing; pay and benefits.
There are really only two groups now vying for ideological supremacy under the superficial show of politics: the System of “ZOG”, “NWO” etc, and social nationalism. The so-called “Left”, though vocal, is an irrelevance on the wider stage.
The year 2022, 33 years on from the last “reset” of world politics in and after 1989, will be of prime importance. Large-scale change.
I had not previously heard of this backwoods MP. Seems that he was a teacher, somewhere; where? Only a (brief?) stint as headmaster of an unspecified school in Romania is noted. I suspect that he is yet another chancer and freeloader in the Commons. A Romanian wife who is a doctor in Bassetlaw, wherever that is (actually, Nottinghamshire). A prime candidate for my “Deadhead MPs” series. Watch this space.
Perhaps Clarke-Smith might think about how real pay and the real level of State benefits have declined over the years, placing many —even many who are in full-time work— in poverty. He himself has presumably been able to live off his wife’s earnings (at least to a large extent) for years.
Brendan Clarke-Smith seems to be yet another “pleb-Con”. In the German phrase, “put a beggar on a horse and he rides it to death“. Typisch…