Diary Blog, 10 November 2020

Strange news

How did Israelis have contact, in Denmark, with live mink or even with people who have had contact with live mink? How could that even happen? Am I being too suspicious?

I suppose that they could have been Jew fur traders. Or is there more to this, something even more sinister?

Tweets seen

Not entirely with Griffin there. In the case shown, the man was wrong, in my view, to follow the woman down the street to intimidate her, even though she herself triggered the incident by “talking on her telephone” about how people were not wearing masks on the train. In other words, she was being what people now call “passive-aggressive”, not confronting nearby non-mask-wearers directly but talking “about” them (at them) using her telephone as cover.

Still, people who act as unofficial “Covid marshals” (or even official ones) deserve to be denounced.

All the usual pathetic “antifa” idiots (for whom Twitter is basically the whole world) are rejoicing. Useless grifter and fake “historian”/”journalist” Mike Stuchbery, “historian” “Dr” Louise Raw, “antifashwitch” (pseudo-occult crazie Roanna Carleton Taylor). The whole of that silly echo-chamber.

Here (below) is a typical example of that degenerate type:

The Jews are also rejoicing, alongside their “antifa” dupes.

Twitter is only useful for illustrative purposes. All social media is only good as an adjunct to real-world politics and power.

All the interesting people, pretty much, are now banned from Twitter.

There is only one way forward, though it may take a variety of forms.

Time is running out for others on Twitter. Laura Towler, Nick Griffin etc. They must know it.

There are positive aspects. The poundland KGB (emergent UK police state) relies on the monitoring of the Internet and especially on the monitoring of social media. Those banned from using this or that platform, or the Internet generally, fly beneath the radar and are hard to track.

If anyone wants to go to Telegram, or Parler, or Gab etc, fine. However, talking or posting on social media can only take you so far. Yes, that also applies to posting on blogs such as mine.

Talking about the Twitter echo chamber, I am amused to see that a new secular saint has emerged, following in the footsteps of Saint Mandela and Saint Obama: Saint Jo Biden (with, pictured smaller, as in ancient Egyptian artworks) his “Nubian” assistant, Saint Kamala Harris. Truly pathetic…

“@loratlov” is quite correct. I have spoken (at the London Forum in 2017), tweeted (before I was expelled at the behest of the Jew lobby), and blogged for years about the “privatization of public space”, and also about how the pseudo-socialists nowadays defend the “right” of huge transnational capialist enterprises to take away the free speech of the citizen.

“Mariana M”, apparently. Another enemy of the British people.

Laura Towler is right. Twitter is but a convenient cul-de-sac. As for “Elizabeth Haggis”, she exemplifies Twitter. Twitter is the whole world to such people.


Late tweets seen

Below, a typical Twitter degenerate:

Late music

22 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 10 November 2020”

  1. A hearty congratulations to whoever abused that selfish bitch ‘actress’. It shouldn’t be necessary but is in this degenerate land with its non-functioning police force and population who find it irksome to follow simple governmental instructions and have no sense of responsibility for their own health AND that of OTHERS 😡🤬😞🙁 like the ever OBEDIENT Japanese.👌🍷😎


  2. Just shut the fuck up, you utterly pathetic, grotesquely irresponsible and moronic WEIRDO, Peter Hitchens.🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

    The government is only imposing modest fines because of stupid cunts like you day after day after day encouraging selfish arseholes to blatantly ignore the law and show no sense of responsibility for their own health and that of others!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

    In a NORMAL country with less selfish arseholes about like you ie Japan the people just obediently do as they told without the threat of fines etc.🙄🙄🙄


  3. Oh, and by the way, libertarian loony Peter Hitchens, those fines are pretty mild and very far away from being ‘tyrannical’🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 if you compare them to a REAL country of ‘law and order’ like Singapore. There the government has mandated fines of up to 20,000 Singaporean dollars for wilfully defying Covid-19 regulations and you CAN go to stay in one of their austere prisons/dungeons for up to SIX MONTHS for a first offence or A YEAR for subsequent ones.👌😎🍷


  4. I thought you supported the notion of ‘law and order’ anyway! Or do you only support it when it conforms with libertarian loony fantasies?🙄🙄🙄 You even wrote a book lamenting it’s decline in Britain!🙄🙄🙄

    Why not bugger off to the USA with its horrendous demonstration of the stupidity of your libertarian loony idiocy? You might catch Covid-19 there! After all its case rate has ADDED another MILLION in JUST ONE MONTH ALONE because of morons like you and the now ex President Trump effectively ignoring the problem since March!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄


  5. Mark shouldn’t have been suspended from Twitter but sadly he has let himself down by joining in with libertarian loonies over Covid19.

    At least he redeemed himself by making tweets on other topics unlike Peter ‘totally obsessed with Covid 19’ Hitchens🙄🙄🙄.

    If anyone SHOULD be banned from Twitter it is Peter who writes tweet after tweet effectively encouraging people to break the law.🤬😡

    If this new vaccine proves to be viable it should be restricted to people who are following the law and non Covid19 deniers only. People like Peter should be denied its use. On the other hand, we could deport him to the USA where he could be given another type of injection entirely:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lethal_injection 😂😂😂😎😎😎🍷🍷🤣🤣🤣🤣😃😃😃😄😄😄😄😂😂😂😂😎😂😂😂😂😂😷😷😷😷😷😷😷😂😂😂😂😂😎😎😎😎😂😂😂😂😂🍷🍷🍷😂😂😂😂😂


  6. Peter Hitchens won’t be banned like Mark from Twitter because Mark tweeted upon REALLY controversial subjects like the Tory and Labour organised genocide of the British people whilst Peter being the good, little, obedient Tory and licensed ‘media gatekeeper’ FAKE that he is won’t ever delve into ‘forbidden’ issues like that.🙄🙄🙄🙄


  7. Hello Ian: I am not surprised at all that Mark Collett has been banned by Twitter, I don’t know how (((they))) still tolerate Nick Griffin and others. I agree with you regarding that bloke who harassed that stupid tart outside the theatre in London. I bet she is a “snowflake” and as such, she deserves to be punished but that guy was a fool by going over the top and out of his way to insult her.

    Regarding that obnoxious moron who was gloating over Mark Collett’s expulsion from Twitter, his words say more about him than anything else. I don’t remember seeing such an awful misuse of the English language. The guy is thick as THREE planks (LOL)


    1. Claudius:
      I retain somehow a shadow “chivalry”, despite everything I see around me in society…I tend to give women the benefit of any doubt…

      The “Twitterati” are almost all of no interest, politically or otherwise.


  8. Marianna M and Elisabeth Haggis are typical of the smug and self-satisfied globalist types found on Twitter.

    Here is another notorious one: https://Twitter.com/nickreeves2346

    He is one of those ever so tiresome people STILL whinging about the result of the Brexit referendum over FOUR YEARS AGO now!

    From reading his tweets he seems to be a comfortably well off, smug, Remainer Tory living somewhere in the South East and as a middle-class tosser he is totally oblivious as to why so many people voted to leave. Of course, it goes without saying he is a pro mass, constant immigration fool so he shares that in common with a very large percentage of Remainers.


  9. He is, of course, pleased that Joe Biden won the recent election even though it is a provable fact that Mr Biden is your typical Irish-American wanker and hates us. This delights him and those who have replied to his recent tweets as they think it will damage us (correct) and make a worthwhile trade deal with the USA impossible due to Britain supposedly breaking the Good Friday Agreement in Biden’s view.


  10. One of the repliers to one of his recent tweets asserts that one US war aim in WW2 was to end the British Empire and make Britain less powerful compared to the USA Yes, that is correct but who do we have to blame for the successful accomplishment of that aim? I would say it was Winston Churchill who seems to be well-liked by the Remainer types. Nick Reeves meanwhile has posted tweets condemning Sir Oswald Mosley as an evil’ fascist’. A strange ‘evil fascist’ really when you consider that Mosley was a British patriot with an exemplary WW1 war record and campaigned to put ‘Britain First’ and to ‘Mind Britain’s Business’. Unlike Churchill, Mosley wanted us to remain neutral and was ANTI-WAR! Fancy that, a ‘fascist’ being against mass bloodshed and war!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄


  11. The replies to his most recent tweets disgust and sicken me. We have legions of embittered, pathetic Remainers and other globalist traitors in this country who would rather have their own country suffer from Joe Biden’s election as President if the government intends to press ahead with their Internal Market Bill re its effects upon the so-called Northern Irish ‘peace process’ than stick-up for this country against a new US president who clearly detests us along with the rest of his scummy party.

    As Cicero said a country can survive treason from without but not treason within.🤬😡😞☹️


  12. We not only have a lot of traitors in the House of Treason but amongst ordinary people as well. 😡🤬

    There is a real sickness in this country with these traitors. Even if people have moral, religious or practical objections to its use for crimes like murder then they should consider capital punishment may have a justifiable place in society to punish treason as in the US state of Vermont still:




    1. M’Lord of Essex:
      As you know, I tend to be anti-capital punishment, but I distinguish such punishment from executive measures sometimes necessary for the health of society, as when Hitler decided to cull the top layer of the SA in 1934.


      1. We sadly do need a mass cull of all the anti-British globalist vermin that exist not just within the confines of that House of Treason alongside the River Thames but in society more generally.

        Whether this should be achieved by employing many new Albert Pierreponts and the hangman’s noose I don’t know but it does need to be done somehow.



  13. It is high time treason was viewed as the serious crime it was once held to be in this country in the more moral past and we restored capital punishment for those found guilty of it even if we don’t bring it back for murder.

    Anti British globalist scumbags like Nick Reeves and many others should be ‘dancing the Tyburn Jig’ on the end of a stout piece of British rope!


    1. Well, m’Lord of Essex, once you start hunting treason, it is hard to stop. Look at Russia in the 1930s and 1940s… In fact, I once met someone who had “got off lightly” in or about 1948 on a charge of espionage for (it was alleged) ten (!) different secret services (including the Ethiopian!). His “lenient” sentence? 10 years in a labour camp beyond the Arctic Circle…He was released after 5 years (after the death of Stalin). An interesting but rather unsympathetic person, who was an incredibly expert thief (he collected menus, and got a very large one from a Chinese restaurant in London without me or the —puzzled— waiter ever noticing!)


  14. “Treason doth never prosper. What’s the reason? For if it prosper, none dare call it ‘treason’.”
    attrib. John Harrington (1561-1612)

    I think one of the CI crowd remarked that if Trump’s litigation succeeds and he remains in post, if he were then to close his twitter account (where he’s been censored) and move across to Gab, it would have a 100 million accounts in not too long. Gab at least has proven itself not nearly so hostile to anyone to the right of Pol Pot. Sieg oder Bolshevismus!

    “Sir Andrew Parker is in talks to join the board of the company which maintains the UK’s nuclear submarine fleet, Sky News learns.”
    Apparently since confirmed.

    Another nazee youf – I may have missed in yr blog:


    Who is this college dropout, software salesman and non-medic to advise government on this matter? I see reports the Nightgale centres are to be used as mass vaccination sheds.
    Good to see Covid Recovery Group of Tory MPs wants statistical modelling decisions to be published, balance of advantage to be honored and basically for qualified “outside” observers to get in on the appraisal of the science.

    Greg Clarke resigns as Football Association chairman after remark about black players – BBC Sport
    Proof positive that appeasers get potted.

    Jeezus H.C. – more common law BS:


    Something as implausible as this can only have been crafted with a view to deceive. I switched off after a minute.


    1. Wigger:
      Thank you. As to Trump, his best way of sticking up a finger or two to Biden, the Democrats and anyone else (eg “antifa”) would be to grant Presidential pardon before he goes to anyone of a more social-national political orientation who is in Federal prison. There are numerous such people, some serving life sentences. Imagine the furore as they are all pardoned…

      As to that boy from Warwickshire, I am sorry for him (thanks for letting me know; I had missed that news item). So he is only 17, was 16 at the material time, did nothing directly violent, was unlikely to do anything (per trial judge), merely had so-called “terror manuals”, air rifles etc (the sort of stuff teenage boys do hoard), *and* is autistic (per trial judge), AND YET was sentenced to 5.5 YEARS! Unbelievably harsh.

      I hope that his Counsel and solicitors can get the length of the sentence successfully appealed.

      In fact, it shows how excessive some sentences have become, while at the same time so many other sentences are arguably too lenient. When a boy aged 19 fired blanks at the Queen as she rode in parade, about 40 years ago, *he* got 5 years (he did the time and later became a college lecturer).

      The law, both in itself and in its practice in sentencing (especially for political offences), has become very unjust in the UK.


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