Diary Blog, 18 November 2020

Alison Chabloz

Further to earlier blog posts, it seems that the post date of 17 December may in fact not be the date of trial but merely the date on which some preliminary matters of importance are sorted out. I shall post more details as and when I may have them.

So far, the auguries look good for Alison Chabloz, who continues to struggle for artistic and historical truth.

[Alison Chabloz]

[Latest word is that a trial may not take place until the Spring of 2021, assuming that the matter is not dropped or dismissed]

Tweets seen

Exactly. Oh, and don’t think that, when you see or hear Boris-idiot, little Matt Hancock, Keir Starmer or others temporarily prominent (including the “royals”), you are observing the organ-grinders; they are just a few of the controlled monkeys.

When “Coronavirus” first was publicized, about February/March 2020, I thought, for a couple of weeks (as did most people) that it really was some kind of existential threat to the British and world population. I dismissed the “it’s a scam” talk as typically American “conspiracy theory” stuff. I soon realized (unlike most people) that “the virus” was neither as prevalent nor as deadly as billed. Now I see that it has been weaponized for use in the “Great Reset”, just like “Black Lives Matter” (etc) and the climate change narrative.

There is some truth in all of those problems, but they have all been deliberately blown up, and hugely, to fool the world.

Worth reading

PETER HITCHENS: Our panicking Prime Minister is bankrupting Britain

This is Peter Hitchens’s Mail on Sunday column

How extraordinary that the Johnson Government, while in serious money trouble, chooses to spend billions on a vaccine against a disease which in many cases has no symptoms at all.

Yet this peculiar decision is a mere ripple on the surface of a much deeper problem. Britain in 2020 has many economic difficulties, but good credit. The lenders and investors of the world believe the UK is run by responsible people and will repay its debts.

But my astute colleague Dan Atkinson recently discovered

that the Treasury and the Bank of England are creating money out of nothing on a huge scale. It is like the old fairy tale of Rumpelstiltskin, who could spin gold out of straw – but at a terrible price.

Put at its simplest, more than £150 billion of Britain’s Himalaya-sized national debt has effectively been paid off – at no cost – using money created by, and passed between, the Treasury and the Bank of England.…” https://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk/

More tweets

Mentally-disturbed “antifa” cheerleader, Mike Stuchbery (a sacked one-time temporary teacher who prefers to self-describe as “historian” and “journalist”) gets his facts wrong yet again.

In fact, Alison Chabloz was (wrongly) convicted in Spring 2018, and was made subject to a ban on Internet posting, a ban which was of 1 year duration. That condition expired in Spring 2019. Her appearance in court today (in respect of a podcast from mid-2019) was nothing to do with alleged breach of bail conditions (she was not in fact on bail for anything at the time of the alleged offence, though she is now, in respect of this present alleged offence); her prosecution now is in respect of an alleged breach of Communications Act 2003 s.127, a notoriously badly-drafted and repressive law which is under review at present by the Law Commission.

Looking at Stuchbery’s tweet, and the headline from “Court News UK“, I can only assume that the latter organization is run by Jew-Zionists. The headline is in itself tendentious.

I suppose that Stuchbery [https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/10/23/a-few-words-about-mike-stuchbery/] simply accepted the misleading report in “Court News“, while adding his own (even less accurate) gloss about “bail conditions”.

In fact, Alison Chabloz was not “hauled back to court” (in the pathetically biased Sun-speak description of Court News) for breach of that suspended sentence, as such. If and only if she is convicted of a further offence, and the court also finds that any offence was convicted within the “operational period” of the suspended sentence as a whole (2 years from early 2018), would it be necessary for the court to consider whether any extra penalty need be handed down.

In fact, the prosecution is a contrivance and nothing more. I doubt whether Alison Chabloz will be convicted of anything.

The latest news is that the (notionally, 1 day) trial of Alison Chabloz, if it proceeds (which I doubt) will not occur until some time in 2021, possibly not until after April 2021. I myself was unaware until today of the fact that pleas (of “guilty” or “not guilty”) have not yet been taken! Also, there are a number of preliminary matters which will be dealt with (perhaps) on 17 December. That will, it seems, not be the date of trial (contrary to the situation as previously thought).

“Arfur Towcrate”…amazing (or maybe not) how most of the “Zionists” like to use pseudonyms on Twitter. It is natural for “them” to skulk in dark corners.

No comment from me necessary, I think…

Take a look at the tweet below:

The idiot may have benefited (or as he says, “benefitted“) from State nutritional aid, aka “free school meals”, but it seems that he did not benefit much from what I take to have been about 13 years of school. Seems incapable of writing three sentences without grammatical and spelling mistakes. His tweets are stupid and meaningless. Who is he?

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

That person has 118,000 “followers” on Twitter. A pointer to the near-irrelevance of the platform. Take a look at his tweets…and despair (that the UK or the world contains 118,000 who think him in some sense interesting and worth reading).

Presidential pardons

As I have previously suggested, Trump could do one thing which would make a difference at the last minute: free by Presidential pardon all social-national or allied prisoners currently doing time in Federal prisons. Some are serving life sentences.

No-one has the power to stop Trump freeing those prisoners.

Late tweets

Willing slaves…compleely brainwashed.

Fight for a new Europe and for the future of European people

Late music

21 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 18 November 2020”

  1. If the Conservative Party was GENUINELY committed to green policies to reduce Britain’s greenhouse gas emissions etc and to play our part in saving the planet they would be worth supporting in some ways but I look at the reality of their policies in this regard and, I have to say, they aren’t exactly consistent.

    On the one hand, you have ministers wanting us to switch to electric cars which is good but on the other you have the Jewish transport secretary recently deciding to push a dual carriageway through a part of our national heritage (indeed, WORLD heritage) at Stonehenge!😡😡😞☹️

    Also, you have Priti Useless bringing-in hundreds of thousands of immigrants a year thereby increasing our already excessive population still further with all that means for those emissions, energy use, congestion on roads and rail ext.

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      1. Trusting them to run a piss-up in a brewery would be to assume their natural ability levels are higher than they are in reality.🙄😡🤬☹️😞

        This wretched ‘government’ is, frankly, a complete CAR CRASH. Boris the Buffoon has quite literally stuffed his cabinet with ministers even more stupid and incompetent than he is in order to make himself look more impressive!

        A refund of his school fees to the nation from Elton College is definitely needed!

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  2. Oh do shut-up, Julie Hartley-Brewer! if anyone in this country is certifiably insane it is YOU.

    You are only mad because you are NOT a Conservative but a libertarian loony extremist which is why you latch onto conspiracy theories about the virus, the environment and support Nigel ‘MI5/MI6’ Farage and you ‘write’ for that joke of a comic called the Daily Express which has to use CAPITAL LETTERS all the time!🙄🙄🙄🙄

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  3. Many people DID, unfortunately, vote for this wretched ‘government’ but many others did not. Sadly, they got a landslide majority NOT through a huge increase in their own support as Boris The Buffoon’s fellow goons only got a miserly 1% more support than Teresa May did but because of a serious decline in the Labour vote and the fact Nigel Farage the Tory helped out his old party colleagues by standing down his candidates in ONLY Tory-held seats!🙄🙄🙄🙄

    So, Julie, supporting the fraud and grifter, Nigel Farage, over the years and his various personal advancement vehicles has led us to this pass! Perhaps, you and your rag of the Express shouldn’t have given him so much support and given him loads of excessive coverage?🙄🙄🙄

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    1. As you say, m’Lord of Essex, a fact (Labour decline rather than Con upswing in the 2019 election) of which I have blogged often, with graphics.

      It suits the msm to pretend that there was a huge move of votes from Lab to Con. In most cases, not so, though in a few seats that may have happened. As you know, far more ex-Labour voters abstained than migrated to the Con Party.

      Had Farage been less of a weasel, he might now be the leader of a small bloc of Westminster seats (even if only 5-10, which might have led somewhere big. He was too small for the opportunity.

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      1. Well, it is either that or his handlers at MI5/MI6 told him we don’t want the Conservative Party to be destroyed! After all, Britain’s largely fake ‘democracy’ has to keep-up appearances and the duopoly of Labour ‘opposing’ the Tories and vice versa is essential to that!🙄🙄

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      2. Yes, the Tory majority was caused by several factors one of which was the pretty severe decline in the Labour vote which helped Tory candidates to overtake Labour ones in the single-member ‘marginal’ constituencies. In most of those cases, the Labour voters in these seats abstained, a few voted for Nigel’s grifters and only a small proportion directly switched from voting a Labour in 2017 to voting Tory in 2019.

        The Tory vote didn’t markedly rise in most of these seats but Labour’s fell.

        Across the country as a whole the Conservative Party’s vote share barely improved upon that which Teresa May had.

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      3. M’Lord of Essex:
        The over-70s who were the biggest Con voters as a bloc, will not be around next time. The new over-70s may have less Con sympathy. Labour is also rubbish, of course. Starmer is just a puppet of the Jew lobby.

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  4. Perhaps, one day, Julie, you will quit your excessive whining and look at the part you played and that Zionist rag the Express at pushing Boris and his goons as capable people well above their natural, abysmal levels? Also, you and other ‘journalists’ wholly inaccurately virtually accused Jeremy Corbyn and his party of being the second coming of Adolf Hitler and all too ready to launch a second Kristallnacht should they be elected!🙄🙄🙄🙄

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    1. Indeed so. Succeeding generations to the present generation of over seventies are not quite so well-disposed to the fake Conservative Party. Also, quite a few of those old people who unfortunately voted Tory effectively voted for their own deaths by Boris and his goon squad’s inept handling of the pandemic. Priti Useless isn’t so ‘priti’ when she has helped to personally slaughter god knows how many thousands of elderly Tories through going AWOL earlier this year and not imposing ultra-tough travel restrictions on visitors from heavily infected countries like China and Italy etc such as Japan’s nationalist ‘Japan First’ previous PM Shinzo Abe did IN MARCH!🙄🙄🙄😡😡😡🤬🤬☹️☹️☹️😞😞😞

      Globalism and open borders can KILL people and close down businesses and make people unemployed as well!🤬🤬😡😡☹️☹️😞😞

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  5. Our decrepit, archaic and clearly unfit for purpose electoral system also helped to ‘elect’ this bunch of incompetent, incoherent clowns ‘led’ by the biggest clown of them all.

    At the last election, around 50% of ALL VOTES CAST had ABSOLUTELY NO EFFECT WHATSOEVER on the election result since they were ALL ‘WASTED’ ie they didn’t help to elect a candidate in the 600 plus single MP per seat constituencies.

    So, Julie, are you now a convert to the cause of REAL electoral reform and Britain switching to a system of Proportional Representation?

    That farcical referendum in 2011 was a ‘choice’ between the present system and the DISTINCTLY NON PR system of the Alternative Vote (AV).

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    1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First-past-the-post_voting

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instant-runoff_voting

      The Alternative Vote (AV) electoral system the country rejected in that bad tempered and rather pointless referendum back in 2011 should be known by one of its other names ie Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) as that explicitly illustrates to people what the system does and makes it clear that it is NOT a system of PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION (PR) (even a mild form) but a PREFERENTIAL voting system.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_United_Kingdom_Alternative_Vote_referendum

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  6. What is an ‘anti-semite’? To my mind, such a person seems to be anyone who has criticised a Jew in any way at all. We must all remember that ‘God’s Chosen’ people are NOT, I repeat, NOT to be viewed with less than 100% fawning admiration.

    Criticising them or their actions is strictly verboten! Don’t you forget it, ‘goyim’ (cattle)!

    The definition of what is considered to be ‘anti-semitism’ by Zionist Jew fanatics is so wide and elastic it is beyond reason.

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  7. Of course, Lord Lawson, was an utterly brilliant Chancellor of the Exchequer! He cut taxes for the very wealthy by a huge amount in just one year in 1988 and thereby helped to create an unsustainable consumer boom leading to out of control inflation that subsequently had to be reined in by using the rather blunt instrument of high interest rates and the economy then crashed with huge unemployment and a deep recession. Only when John Major won in 1992 did the economy then start to recover.

    Still, he did give us the saintly Nigella Lawson and I have always liked women who can cook!😂😎😄👌😁

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  8. Hello Ian: I have to say I found Nigella Lawson gorgeous. On top of that, she was a great cook. Having said that, she proved to be braindead in her choice of a partner when she married that obnoxious and ugly sod Charles Saatchi. She was wealthy and famous, she could have had her pick among Britain’s most handsome men, and she chose that sack of lard. LOL

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    1. Claudius:
      Well, Saatchi is or was (not sure if he is still alive) a Jew, and she is half-Jew, and I do not know how wealthy and famous she was when they met.

      There again, there is wealth and wealth. The average Joe thinks that someone with, say, £10 million, is wealthy, but to the Richard Bransons and Bill Gates of this world, £10M is small change.

      ps: correction— Nigella Lawson is fully Jewish. I had thought that her mother was not Jewish; she was, I have now discovered. Her mother *was* Jewish, and —quelle surprise— wealthy.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigella_Lawson#Early_life

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      1. Hello Ian: Yes, you are right, of course. Now that you mentioned that her case, or even more accurately, her father’s case proves how incredibly cunning these bastards are when they pretend to be what they are not. To this, we must add the imbecility of the average “goyim” that believe whatever they say, a by-product of the liberal/masonic ideology that triumphed with the French Revolution. According to this, “all men are equal” therefore racial differences are meaningless.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Lawson#Early_life_and_education

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