Coronavirus: Government panic or supra-government conspiracy?
“If it saves only one life...” [bleat]
On BBC Radio 4 Today (or should that be “Toady”?), the presenter bleats as a question, “but if it [lockdown] saves a life…?“. At least he did not rev it up to “but if it saves even one child’s life…?“. Such lazy (un)thinking. Cars and trucks kill people daily. Are you going to ban them? No? Why not? Because we have to accept, as a society, that a relatively small number of people will be killed because of cars, so that we as a society have cars, have mobility, have road transport and road freight. So what do we do? We try to make road traffic as safe as reasonably possible (the key word being “reasonably“) while keeping society and economy working.
That is the approach that should have been taken, and should be taken, vis a vis “the virus”.
The “lockdown” nonsense (and associated facemask nonsense) will kill (already has killed) more people than “the virus”.
Boris-idiot becomes Boris-chicken
The part-Jew bad joke posing as Prime Minister has ducked addressing the CBI this morning. Apparently it is the first time any prime minister of the UK has failed to appear. One can see why. “Boris” would face a critical and very experienced audience. As in other ways, “Boris” is not up to it.
In fact, Alok Sharma will now address the CBI. Funny to think that that little Indian (who was at the same school as me, though about 10 years later, and I never knew him) is a Cabinet member, now addressing the CBI, and I am sitting, near-penniless, in a rural backwater… The world is upside down.
“Antifa— the Movie”
Full Movie: https://www.bitchute.com/video/CUHKSxkP1YLm/
In the end, “Antifa” are just the “useful idiots” of the System, of NWO/ZOG.
Who Do You Think You Are?
Saw a programme from, I think, some years ago, featuring the TV and film actress called Jane Seymour [real or original name, Joyce Frankenberg: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Seymour_(actress)].
A half-Jewess, she seemed (in the TV show noted) obsessed by the “Nazis”, and exhibited the kind of (to my perception) ersatz emotion that one often sees displayed by Jews when talking about their relatives who were affected by the large-scale events of the 1940s. I say “ersatz” emotion, because said relatives cannot have been known personally to the Jews now emoting about them. There’s something fake about it all. You don’t see British people, or Germans for that matter, crying because a (never-known) great-aunt or great-grandfather was killed in WW2.
Well, as said above, Jane Seymour did emote from time to time on that TV programme. To adopt the words of Dorothy Parker (about Katharine Hepburn?), Jane Seymour “ran the gamut of emotions from A to B”…
Some of her relatives crossed illegally into Switzerland from France in late 1943, three years after Germany invaded France. Others died in Poland, and one or two were sent to Germany from Poland on one of the “death marches” in which inmates of camps were marched West in order to flee the approach of the Red Army. A strange thing for the Germans to have done, if all they wanted and intended to do was to kill their prisoners (as per the “holocaust” narrative)…
As I say, I know little of the background of that actress. I recall seeing her a long time ago on American TV, maybe after the death of Rodney King in Los Angeles in 2012, but I think after other and earlier events, supporting the black rioting that ensued. She even gave a clenched-fist salute! “They” always support upheaval (unless “they” are the victims of it).
I also seem to recall that she owned a country house in Somerset (I think), and used it partly as a kind of expensive guest house for a while, which if correct seems odd, for someone with so much money (she’s supposedly worth around USD $100M). I believe (read somewhere) that the locals disliked her for some reason but, if that was so, I forget why it was supposed to be so.
The toytown police state gradually transitions to a real one. Political or socio-political activity of the traditional sort is frozen by order…as for religious services— banned. Looks as though Christmas itself will be all but banned by order, too. I interpret that as partly an attack on religion, but equally an attack on a way of life.
A way of life, when it disappears, does not leave a vacuum for very long. Another way of life replaces the former.
There is a scarcely-disguised push now by evil transnational powers for a robotic slave or serf-society to replace what has existed for the past several centuries in Europe and beyond. Call it The Great Reset and/or The Great Replacement, or something else, it has to be fought before we do not have the means to fight or even protest.
The NHS is a good idea that is now not working well, and has to some extent become a bureaucracy working mainly for its own employees. It needs radical change, with layers of (mis-) management removed, just cut away, and clinical need (and clinical excellence) put into the driving seat. The once-derided “Matron” figure must return. Standards of cleanliness are terrible now in the NHS. That is perhaps partly because of the number of non-Europeans now employed, but poor management and admin is at least as important.
A fact (re. the egregious Ferguson) that I noted in the blog, yesterday.
She’s right. The dancing around the subject in the UK is also, as they now say, “a thing”. A “let’s not be beastly to the blacks” attitude. Example: one of the perhaps brainless TV shows I watch is The Chase, even though I know all the answers except the popular music, sports, “celebrities” and “soaps” ones.
On The Chase, occasionally they have a black contestant with a huge and visible chip on the shoulder. They usually claim to be studying something (superficially) difficult, such as (one, recently seen) Forensic Science. When the contestant gets bumped off, both the presenter and the “Chaser” almost bend over backwards to say how clever the black contestant is, and how unlucky he/she was to lose…
Speaking of The Chase, many readers of my blog will know that I was unjustly disbarred in October 2016, at the instigation ofa pack of Jews: https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.
On the day of my Tribunal hearing, I was amused to discover that, on the previous day, the “Chaser” known as “The Dark Destroyer”, Shaun Wallace [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaun_Wallace] had also been a respondent (defendant). He was lucky that most people missed the news about him. Other news, not least the headlines about my case (in the Daily Mail, Express, Independent, various other newspapers, and on Sky News etc) pushed Wallace’s incompetence off the news agenda.
It makes me laugh when the presenter, Bradley Walsh, introduces Wallace as “It’s the legal eagle, The Barrister, the Dark Destroyer that is SHAUN WALLACE!“
I notice that, like a lot of black people with at least some education, Wallace tends to regurgitate irrelevant facts to show that he knows something, even if the facts regurgitated are not really in point.
Actually, most of those who are regarded as highly educated and intelligent on game shows are actually not terribly…so.
In fact, on the The Chase itself, there is Mark Labett, a former maths teacher in a Welsh school, who received an underwhelming Third (3rd-class degree) in Mathematics at Oxford (he was unlucky; no-one gets a Third now, thanks to award inflation).
Then we have, to give another example, Carol Vorderman, another supposed great brain, who read Engineering at Cambridge, but received only a Third in the end: “Her degree was only a Third, a result she has described as having been “disappointing” and is a member of the Nines Club, having achieved a third-class score in each year of study“: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carol_Vorderman.
Rachel Riley of Countdown, the woman constantly ranting about “antisemitism”, especially in the Labour Party, received a 2:1 degree, but that was in or about 2008, when awards were already rather more generous than they were in the 1980s.
Actually, a degree is only a (possible) entry ticket: some of the most financially (etc) successful have no degree: Richard Branson, Lord Ashcroft etc.
Music for an overcast day…
I wonder whether any more idiots will be out soon, clapping and banging kitchen pans for the self-congratulating public services (which are fading away in terms of actually helping people…)?
Late tweets seen
Reminds me of when I lived in Almaty, Kazakhstan, in 1996-97. Almaty had few “luxury” shops then. I went into a place to buy Paco Rabanne XS and got into conversation in Russian with the little Kazakh policeman who was moonlighting as a security guard. He even let me examine his submachinegun, and talked about its mechanism, magazine capacity etc.