Diary Blog, 8-9 October 2020

Some music on a dull afternoon

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That is the crucial point: “the virus” is a serious public health problem, but the risk (especially of serious harm or death) has been hugely overplayed. There should never have been general “lockdown”; there should never have been stupidities such as the facemask nonsense and the “Rule of Six” etc.

9 October 2020

A video (10 mins) which is well worth watching

Covid-19 survival rates

Center for Disease Control, USA: “Covid survival rate if you are infected: age 0-19 : 99.997%, age 20-49: 99.98%. age 50-69: 99.5%. age 70+: 94.6%.”

Note, if you are infected; many are never infected; many are never known or discovered to be infected.

Why is this not publicized more in the UK (where the statistics are at least similar)? Because there is an agenda behind all this…

Sturgeon’s toytown dictatorship

As recently as, say, 20 or even 10 years ago, Sturgeon, or someone like her, would have been just laughed at. Now look at her! “First Minister” of devolved Scotland, leader of a substantial bloc of MPs in the Westminster monkeyhouse, and now instituting a toytown police state north of Hadrian’s Wall.

The Scottish economy was in a poor state anyway. Now, not “the virus” but the hysterical over-reaction to it has pretty much collapsed the economy of Scotland. I was just reading about how Edinburgh Woolen Mill Company has been into or is going into administration. Looks like it is finished, the way Sturgeon is even racing ahead of the UK Government in trashing the economy. Jaeger is one of the subsidiary companies affected; Peacock’s is another. 24,000 jobs: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8823023/Jaeger-Peacocks-owner-Edinburgh-Woollen-brink-collapse-24-000-jobs-risk.html

24,000 jobs lost affects at least 100,000 people: families, and those companies supplying goods and services to those people (who will now have far less spending money).

On the wider point, I have always said that I have no objection to Scotland breaking away from the UK, but that if it does, it cannot expect to be further subsidized by England. Neither can it rely on “its” North Sea Oil. At present that is costing about $10 per barrel more to produce than its sale value.

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A good point (which I have myself made many times). You cannot plausibly oppose Jewish Zionist behaviour in Israel/Palestine, but excuse it in the UK, France, Germany or USA (etc). Same types, same problem.

Anyone who (stand up, Jeremy Corbyn and your Labour Party supporters!) pays lip-service to Jewish festivals, the “holocaust” narrative or who supports action against “antisemitism”, is supporting Zionism both in the Middle East and in the rest of the world.

At last! Propaganda with which I can agree!

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Peter Hitchens and I probably disagree with what needs to happen to the Westminster monkeyhouse (MPs, “lords”, Press and other msm drones and puppets)…

The whole corrupt system needs to go, and that includes the mindset, which is so ingrained.

At present, I am little more than completely obscure, as far as the general public is concerned. Yes, a certain number of people, who mostly agree with me, read my blog (tens of thousands of hits already this year), yes those hostile to European race and culture are aware of me (and snoop on me), and “the authorities” are well aware of me and my blog. However, the general public is unaware of my existence. I am untroubled by that, yet feel a duty to become better known.

When I was disbarred in late 2016, there began to be public interest. Had I been in a different and better position generally, I could have accepted the invitation from pretty much every newspaper (national and even regional/local) to be interviewed. I declined. I seem to recall that even some TV “journalist” was interested. I was not.

Naturally, any msm interview would have been hostile in intent, if not in form or attitude. However, I can understand the balancing act involved when a political “activist” (though I am hardly that) is asked to be interviewed or to appear on TV. One thinks of the Nick Griffin Question Time appearance. Naturally, a political party or group will usually want publicity, but of what kind? “Ay, there’s the rub“…

Incidentally, after my disbarment and the Daily Mail piece about me that appeared the next day, I was interested to see that, despite the Jew claque organizing hostile remarks in the “readers’ comments” underneath the story, most of those comments were in fact favourable; the Mail then expunged many favourable comments and stopped taking new ones.

Again, the persecuted satirical singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz was basically unknown before the fake “charity” known as”Campaign Against Antisemitism” started to push police and CPS to harass and prosecute her. That campaign has backfired, and woken up untold thousands more to the menace that Jewish Zionism represents.

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Again, that letter-writer thinks that if only the Government knew…whereas the government of clowns knows very well. It just does not care. Reminiscent of those who, in 1905, marched through St. Petersburg, thinking if only the Tsar knew what was being done (or not done) in his name…The same was true under Stalin: if Stalin knew of this or that injustice, he would stop it. I think not!

Well, we all know what happened in the end to Nikolai II and his ministers; as to Stalin. he himself may have escaped assassination or execution, but many of his ministers did not.

This (above) really is the elephant in the room. The madness is such that I cannot go along with Peter Hitchens’ view that all this is somehow only the result of the incompetence and uselessness of Boris-idiot and his cohorts (incompetent and useless though they are). That does not plausibly explain the similar agenda being followed by a number of governments in major countries across the world. We thus arrive at the view that the madness is connected with “the Great Reset”…

Incidentally, the “Great Reset” is not some “conspiracy theory”. It’s real. It’s happening. https://www.weforum.org/great-reset/; https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/504499-introducing-the-great-reset-world-leaders-radical-plan-to; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Reset

Same is true of the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan: https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalergi_Plan; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_von_Coudenhove-Kalergi

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For once, I agree with Ash Sarkar. Allegra Stratton [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allegra_Stratton] has just been appointed spokesperson for Boris-idiot. Salary? I do not know. Somewhere in the £200,000 zone, I expect. Oh, and the bitch is married to James Forsyth [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Forsyth_(journalist)], who writes for the Spectator and the Sun “newspaper”, and is probably on at least £200,000 too.

So there we see a sanctimonious bitch with a gross family income of, or close to, £500,000 p.a., trying to put down a poor young woman who is trying to bring up a young daughter on peanuts. Yes, I see that the victim is mixed-race etc, but that is a separate issue. In fact, I commend the polite way in which the young woman responds to what amounts to bullying by someone who has had all the social and economic advantages.

What a prize bitch Allegra Stratton must be! We must not miss, though, the fact that this is “Conservative” Party propaganda. Not only is Allegra Stratton now going to be the mouthpiece of Downing Street, but she and her husband are “close friends” with Indian “clever boy” Rishi Sunak…

Is this part of the softening-up process for yet more “austerity”by another name, as Sunak and Boris-idiot p*** hundreds of billions up against the wall? In the David Cameron-Levita 2010-2015 government, the poorest people in the UK were blamed for the 2008 world banking crash; will the same ploy be used to lay blame for “lack of money” by reason of “the virus” (in reality, caused by the “lockdown” shutdown, an act of national economic suicide or murder carried out by a pack of idiots in high positions)?

Oh, and I belatedly saw this (below) from Private Eye, which exposes the unprofessional behaviour of Allegra Stratton (well, “journalism” is not really a “profession” anyway, but you take my point…):

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Looks as though Boris-idiot and Dominic Cummings have hired the right “ho”…

Walls. Squads. End…

Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad.” That is the UK, now. Mad. One cannot entirely blame the Government of Clowns. A majority of the British people are stupid enough, fearful enough, or brainwashed enough to support either the present raft of toytown police state measures or even harsher ones! They seem to believe that there is a real and serious threat to life and health, or maybe they just want to be told what to do. Ironically, the pseudo-socialist ones (eg on Twitter) and those who think that they are “Left”, support “civil rights” and “human rights” are those most willing to be obedient serfs of Boris-idiot’s bad joke government! They want to be ground down harder, the idiots!

Pathetic.

I have heard a number of experiences from people, similar to the above, recently.

Late music

18 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 8-9 October 2020”

  1. Nick Griffin, do try to THINK before you tweet or speak! The world’s richest person ie the boss of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, is an immensely rich man but he has become very wealthy by his own efforts and has, unsurprisingly, vastly increased his admittedly obscene wealth during the present crisis. That isn’t his fault! He has ‘looted’ nothing! He is a self-made man!

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  2. The sheer scale of “lockstep” coordination by every international msm source alone gives rise to a deep and natural suspicion that this is a contrivance of huge proportions by those same forces who can connive to bring nations into armed intervention into foreign lands ( ALWAYS the Middle East) in complete defiance of their own “International Law”, or outrageously pervert the very concept of their own “justice” by brazen and baseless allegations of the use of chemical weapons; or of “assassination attempts” with deadly poisons ( so identifiable and yet never THAT deadly as to be able to kill their intended target). They cause jets to mysteriously crash (twice from the same airline), and tower blocks to collapse in ways that defy the known laws of physics; or pretend with a straight face that a million plus illegal immigrants can and must be allowed to traverse the breadth of Western Europe and enforce this with punitive financial sanction upon any Nation state that dares to protect its own borders by attempting to enforce the very laws of asylum allowed to it. Perhaps, with some justification, one can surely be forgiven for feeling that yet again we are being had.

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    1. DJF:
      As you say.

      The coordination is what gives the game away. As with the “Black Lives Matter” nonsense. Not merely a few uncultured blacks and others pulling down “offending” statues, but large economic and cultural organizations putting out a constant stream of what amounts to anti-white, anti-European propaganda. This is a conspiracy on a massive scale, and is like the skin of the onion; most of those actually *doing* it only see the outer skin(s). As for what might be called “the plebs”, few are aware of anything below the surface.

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  3. I don’t like the anti-English SNP and their stupid globalist policies of mass immigration which if Scotland WERE a fake ‘independent’ state under Surgeon would rapidly overwhelm native Scots and turn them into being a ethnic minority there BUT I have to say Sturgeon has been pretty impressive during this crisis and continues to be.

    At least she takes the situation seriously and is acting accordingly to preserve human lives which ARE more important than jobs.🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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    1. M’Lord of Essex:
      The “lockdown” has *shut down* much of not only the economy but also the NHS. Huge numbers are now not getting seen, diagnosed, treated, operated upon. Already far more have died from the effects of the crazy “lockdown” than from “the virus”, even if you accept the death toll as accurate, which I do not.

      As to Sturgeon, I feel inclined to say to her and her voters: “go, take your meaningless Independence”, but not a penny more will come from England to subsidize Scotland. Live off what your land can produce.” I think that that, combined with a ban on any Scots coming south to get jobs, beneits and pensions, would finish off the SNP quickly enough.

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  4. Peter needs to see the men in white coats quickly! How many times does this thick simpleton have to be told that complete personal liberty is NOT remotely practicable in a WORLDWIDE VIRAL PANDEMIC?

    He is either too dim to realise that or is just a selfish and evil man who doesn’t care about people dying!🙄🙄🙄

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    1. Or, m’Lord of Essex, Peter Hitchens can see that, while serious, a pandemic which has pretty much run its course and has killed *one* person out of every 8,000 on Earth is not something for which we need to introduce a crazed dystopia (even if all the nonsense works, which it does not).

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      1. From reading his tweets it us evident to me that Peter denies the seriousness of Covid-19 totally which is why he writes tweet after tweet ranting on and on about ‘liberty’ and I have yet to see him endorsing ANY measures the government has taken to try and suppress the virus in this country.

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      2. Well, m’Lord of Essex, and speaking for myself rather than for Peter Hitchens, it seems clear to me that “the virus” is fairly dangerous for those over 80, somewhat dangerous for those over 70, not hugely dangerous for those over 60, really not dangerous for those 40-60, and of only minor importance for those under 40.

        It remains true that, even in the UK, where a higher proportion have died with/of “the virus” than is the case in some other countries, it is still only about one fatality for every 1,500-2000 people in this country.

        As I said in my blog, a serious public health problem, but no more than others, and no reason to shut down the society, the economy or normal life, let alone give police and militia extraordinary powers of repression.

        There’s more behind all this.

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      3. This pandemic has not run its course either here or in many other countries. Worldwide pandemics can last for years! Thanks to utterly irresponsible cretins like Peter Hitchens inciting people to break the regulations here we will not truely suppress it here for quite a few years to come. Then, he will have the utter gall to whinge about huge job losses!🙄🙄🙄🙄

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  5. Vietnam has been praised by many for its excellent response to the pandemic which ranks alongside that of China, Taiwan and South Korea and rightly so. This is all the more remarkable in their case since Vietnam is still a Third World developing country and isn’t as rich as South Korea etc.

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  6. Communist countries like Vietnam have many faults but they also tend to have a strong stance on law and order matters which is praiseworthy:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_Vietnam

    People like Hitchens doing their best to undermine a national fight against a viral pandemic would be censored by the government in a Communist country like Vietnam or dealt with by their being put to sleep via a lethal injection rather like a vet would put down a diseased dog or cat!😀😁😄😃👌😎

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  7. How about that Peter?😄😁 Yes, all in all, I think some aspects of life in Vietnam and other Communist countries should not be condemned outright by us and we would do well to consider adopting their method to deal with Covid19 deniers and criminal scumbags.

    By the way, Peter, Good Morning nearly Covid 19 free thanks to NON libertarian methods Vietnam!:

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  8. There us nothing inherently wrong with some Commie style authoritarianism at times as in Vietnam in order to deal with highly infectious viral diseases or with criminal scumbags!

    Better Vietnamese authoritarianism than degenerate and not very effective ‘British’ libertarianist softness on Covid-19 and criminals!

    All hail Commie Vietnam!🍷😂😎

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  9. No, the majority of the British people are not mad to support measures to try and suppress the virus. Those who are calling for better targeted and tougher measures are correct to do so. Being indecisive and listening to the stupid likes of libertarian lunatic Peter Hitchens as this government has done ie when they have imposed a virtually useless rule of six on people instead of tightening it to a more likely to be effective rule of four, three or two and not enforcing the regulations more stringently is what is prolonging this problem in the UK.

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