Diary Blog, 21 November 2020, including thoughts about the geopolitical “Great Game” and present events

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/502795-boris-johnson-uk-great-reset/

https://www.rt.com/news/502013-elon-musk-wont-get-coronavirus-vaccine/

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8971669/What-DONT-tell-Covid-facts-twisted-strike-fear-hearts.html

I was listening on the car radio to the pathetic BBC Radio 4 PM show yesterday. Vox pop from Liverpool. A mixture of the half-witted and the lunatic, with a couple of more or less sensible voices as well. One loonie said that he has been washing pineapples bought in supermarkets in case the outer husk has “the virus” on it!

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Nick Griffin is correct. Too many people imagine that the world is all black and white (and read that how you will). In fact, there are many different groups, agendas and evils. The Vatican academic, Malachi Martin [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malachi_Martin] wrote about such matters: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Keys_of_This_Blood.

The Keys of this Blood is well worth reading even today, 30 years after first publication (which is when I first read it).

Martin wrote this book as a geopolitical and georeligious analysis of the last decades of the 20th century. He identifies this period as the millennium end-game for a new world order, which has three main contenders. It will establish the first ever one-world governmentPope John Paul IIMikhail Gorbachev, and international business leaders are in competition to establish this one world government and that this competition will intensify around the turn of the 21st century (around 2000). The book further claims to be an inside account of what the pope is doing to win this geopolitical struggle and how he played an instrumental role in the collapse of the Iron Curtain.

Martin identifies the three main players vying for world domination in the world today and thus lays the ground for his historical analysis: materialism with the East and West in their communism or socialism and capitalism or liberalism, which he places on one side together, and the Roman Catholic Church, the only truly geopolitical spiritual organization in existence today. One of the two sides must win, for they cannot coexist.” [Wikipedia]

I wonder, though, whether Martin’s conclusion is still valid, bearing in mind that the present Pope (possibly the last Pope) is “on side” with secular globalism and with transnational ideas such as “The Great Reset” and “The Great Replacement”. Significantly, Pope Francis is a Jesuit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Francis.

The other great change since the book was published in 1990 has been the disappearance of socialism across the world. In all forms, not only the old SovBloc. In fact, that started to happen a few years before 1990.

We have seen that socialism has not only “failed”, if you like, but has become a shadow of its former self; if you like, a “spectre”, no longer “haunting Europe” like the 19thC/20thC communism of The Communist Manifesto, but lingering here and there, powerlessly, like wisps of mist.

The Roman Catholic presence, still powerful 30 years ago, has also faded. The child abuse scandals worldwide weakened the Church hugely, despite the fact that such crimes also existed and exist in other organizations such as those of the secular state(s).

The general materialism of the age, stronger since 1989, has also sapped all life from the Roman Catholic and other churches.

What is left on the main stage is transnational capitalism and, with it, a “communitarian” consensus/conspiracy on a huge scale. “Black Lives Matter” and the “virus” “panicdemic” are just parts of all that.

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Anyone, of any rank or condition, who supports or encourages the migration invasion, is an evil traitor and must be dealt with.

“Not up for debate”? That is a declaration of war by a tyranny. If debate is banned, if free speech is banned, then that leaves only one alternative…

It does not surprise me that Boris-idiot is full of “ideas” such as a big navy, a space programme etc. They are the sort of puerile ideas that he has: bridges over not only rivers but even seas, superfast trains, cable cars, fantasy airports on fantasy islands. Schoolboy ideas.

“Boris” has no serious ideas at all; he’s just not up to it. Anything involving real thought about the direction of society is just too complicated for him. He is a simple pizza and booze (and ****) person, not someone fitted to be a Prime Minister.

Is this a surprise? The Cabinet, including the person posing as Prime Minister, are a bunch of Jews, part-Jews, Indians etc. What does Christmas mean to them anyway? What does England or Britain mean?

At some point, the British people have to stand up against this, against all of this, meaning the fear propaganda, the fake scientific “advice”, the invalid “rules” and “laws”, the ZOG/NWO “government”, the facemask nonsense, and the rest of it.

Sadly, I see only small signs of rebellion (active rebellion) so far.

Late tweets seen

The police are no longer enforcers of law but enforcers of arbitary Government diktats presented variously as “advice”, “rules” and “laws”.

There is no religion higher than truth” [Theosophical saying], and now that science has become, at times, quasi-religion, the same saying applies, mutatis mutandis.

Presidential pardon

Trump still has over 2 months in which he can pardon social-national prisoners being held in Federal prisons. Just do it!

Late music

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

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

14 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 21 November 2020, including thoughts about the geopolitical “Great Game” and present events”

  1. Washing the outside of a pineapple may seem a bit extreme but the person is in Liverpool – a city that is in one of the most infected parts of the country and is full of Irish-descended scallywags who vote Labour continuously and have often had no respect for the law or authority in general hence the amount of Covid-19 infection there.

    It is known that the virus can stay on surfaces for up to about two days though whether this applies to fruit is debatable. Most of our pineapples come from Costa Rica and they may be infected by the virus in a bad way though I haven’t looked-up the situation there on Wikipedia like I have for other countries. Brazil is badly affected because they have in power an absolute loon who is even more of a nutcase in this regard than the Orange Tango Man who lost what should have been a winnable election in Washington.

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  2. Nick Griffin really should know better than to take as the gospel truth anything printed by that profoundly evil, virulently anti-British, Tory rag of the Daily Mail. Just a few years ago, they were stirring-up the most extreme hatred against benefit claimants including even the disabled for fuck’s sake! 🙄🤬😡😞☹️ They supported Iain Dumbo-Smith and his policies causing far too many vulnerable people to take their own lives.🤬😡☹️😞

    The Daily Mail is the true scum of this country. It really isn’t the same publication that once supported British patriot and WW1 war hero Sir Oswald Mosley.

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  3. So, Peter Hitchens, many politicians aren’t very bright and are poorly-informed you say! Well, much the same could be said about your so-called ‘profession’ of journalism too! Perhaps, that is one reason why so many Brits think you scribblers are considered to be around the same level in public regard as politicians and only a tiny step-up from dodgy second hand car dealers!🙄🙄🙄

    You, in particular, aren’t very bright! You are not a scientist, a GP or a epidemiologist though you think of yourself as one though you have no qualifications with regard to that specialism.🙄🙄🙄

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  4. Too right it is not up for a debate! Wearing a mask is the LAW and the LAW must be obeyed when it is JUST and this mask wearing IS.

    Of course, if we had the kind of obedient people like the Japs are living here instead of too often lawless Britons then the government wouldn’t have needed to use the law to enforce this measure in the first place but thanks to the mass immigration and other factors your beloved non Conservative Party and Labour have caused since the 1950’s, Peter Hitchens, we don’t have that kind of society any longer.🤬😡☹️😞

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  5. Anyway, Peter, didn’t you know that mask wearing is not just the LAW but has now become a fashion trend! Yes, as that bus advert shows some of these masks can be pretty stylish! A stylish mask has become THE fashion item of 2020! I’ve got a nice Union Flag one! Even dejected Trump supporters in the USA are reluctantly wearing patriotic ones with the Stars and Stripes on them!😷😷😷😷😷😎😂😂😂😂👌👌🤣🤣🍷😷😷😷😎😎😎😂😂😂😂

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  6. ‘Conservative freedom ’, is what gave us an utterly disgraceful 50,000 deaths and a more intractable virus problem in this country in the first place, you dim, libertarian loony moron!🙄🙄🙄🙄

    ‘Conservative freedom’ and their incessant globalism and open borders addiction is what led the thick idiots who comprise Boris The Buffoon’s Cabinet to NOT impose ultra-tough travel restrictions to this country in MARCH from countries like China as the sensible nationalist, ‘Japan First’ administration of former Jap PM, Shinzo Abe, did and to only advise people to stay away from nightclubs etc instead of mandating them by law to do so. ‘Conservative Freedom’ or Liberal NONE Tory libertarianism as it should be called is responsible for MORE deaths and MORE economic damage than there would have been otherwise.🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄😡😡😡😡😡😡😞😞😞😞☹️☹️☹️☹️

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  7. Believe it or not, thick libertarian loony moron Peter Hitchens, the virus has NO political opinions and doesn’t want a nice, cozy, intellectual debate about libertarianism. It just infects people regardless!🙄🙄🙄

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  8. Wellsaid, Citizen K! Jonathan Sumption may well be a distinguished law figure but he isn’t an epidemiologist and I half suspect he is the kind of person on the bench who has helped to give this country a bad crime problem along with successive inept governments.

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  9. Wearing a facial mask even when it is mandated by the law of the land is hardly akin to living under a ‘tyranny’. To be frank, that kind of libertarian loony talk is a real INSULT to people who have lived under REAL tyrannies like Marxist East Germany where people were shot and killed for tying to escape to capitalist West Germany.🙄😡🤬

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  10. So, the Daily Tory Moron is now whinging about the mild success of the social distancing measures! Make your minds up!

    Of course, if they has been applied with the full rigour of the law in EARLY TO MID MARCH as the Tory(CDU)/Labour(SPD) ‘grand coalition’ government of Angela Merkel did in Germany instead of LATE MARCH as this shambolic ‘Tory’ administration half-heartedly applied here we would have had LESS people in an early grave (not that the repellent Tory scum at the Daily Mail care about that little detail) AND an economy showing less signs of stress now.

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  11. So now they are going to relax the not tough enough restrictions at Christmas! Haven’t these moronic fuckwits around the cabinet table with hardly a single fuctioning brain cell between them learnt ANYTHING about their calamitous mistake of not being strict enough in March?🙄🙄🙄🙄

    Believe it or not the virus DOES NOT say to itself ‘oh,you know what, it is now December so I must be a good little boy or girl and stop infecting people as Christmas is coming-up!’

    The virus DOES NOT take a holiday!🙄🙄🙄🙄

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  12. With this bunch of goons in power we will be in a perpetual cycle of stop go stop go on and off restrictions with an ever rising death toll (something already larger than ANY country in Europe) AND case rate and MORE not less economic damage!

    Just bite the bloody bullet for fuck’s sake you prevaricating morons!🙄🙄🙄

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  13. No, far from ‘standing up’ against the restrictions those who do so and in particular those who irresponsibly ENCOURAGE it like Peter Hitchens should feel the full force of the law up to AND including being put into JAIL just as the ultra-sensible, decent government in Singapore is doing.

    Peter Hitchens should definitely be locked-up. I’ve had more than my fill of his irresponsibility and I have tried the be tolerant with his libertarian fantasy ideas.

    It is time this government made an example of him!

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  14. Peter, you are a bloody weirdo on this issue along with that even more loony libertarian crazy, Daniel Hannan. Will you please at least try to understand that personal freedom can and indeed SHOULD be restricted for the greater good occasionally? One such occasion is a worldwide viral pandemic.

    Seeing as you have written a book about crime I would have thought you might understand that point! After all, we restrict the liberty of those who have committed serious offences for the greater good of protecting society from those who might commit still more offences ie the well known theory of incapacitation in criminologist thought!

    I remember Michael Howard making a pretty good speech to the Tory conference in 1993 with respect to that principle!

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