Diary Blog, 25-26 November 2020

Late at night, 25 November 2020

Some music by Atterberg, a Swedish composer all but unknown to the public of Britain, and in his native Sweden very much sidelined after 1945 because of his cultural and spiritual ties to the Reich.


Rather obscure, and unjustly so.

Here is his darkly romantic Piano Concerto:

A breathing test

I managed it without difficulty, though I know that my lung capacity must be a fraction of what it was 20-40 years ago when I could —and did— swim a mile, or a couple of miles, every couple of days, and had been known to swim several miles of open sea and then haul myself up several feet onto the deck of a motor yacht (without a ladder— very awkward and slippery, but it had to be done).

Tweets seen

I myself have of course blogged about this in the past: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/

The Black and White Minstrel Show and similar is “cultural appropriation”, apparently (despite the fact that “blacking up” was invented by non-blacks), but black actors and actresses can play white people from history, such as (absurdly) Ann Boleyn!



Will no-one rid me of this troublesome clown (Johnson)?

Peter Hitchens sees (surely correctly) the incompetence of governments, but fails to see the interpenetrating conspiracy (or “consensus” if you prefer) within and behind governments: Bilderberg, WEF, the Coudenhove Kalergi Plan, the “Great Reset”, the “Great Replacement”, “ZOG”, “NWO”, etc…

26 November 2020

I happened to see a trailer for a game show called Pointless Celebrities. The main “pointless celebrity” shown? Owen Jones! Ha ha! Am punkt! I presume that that episode was from some years ago. Does Owen Jones still count as a “celebrity”? Maybe; after all, I have no idea who most of the contemporary “celebrities” even are.

Tweets seen


She may have got a prize worth a couple of thousand pounds, but now has to pay over ยฃ60,000 in costs, as well as (presumably) her own; also, to add to the merriment, the Guardian is sacking staff and reducing pay, so the future looks bleak for its scribblers.

Foreign aid is a rotten borough, just as quite a lot of the charity sector is a rotten borough. As many have said, the beneficiaries of foreign aid, often, are those who work in the sector (especially the “senior” bods), corrupt officials and politicians in the receiving country, and large Western companies, law firms etc. I saw some of that myself in respect of the former Soviet Union in the 1990s.

Charities are similar. Look at organizations such as Oxfam and Save the Children. I think that the latter was where Brendan Cox, the sex pest husband of assassinated MP Jo Cox was second in command, and had a salary of something like ยฃ200,000 a year. Someone with virtually no credible academic or other background. I seem to recall that the CEO was paid even more, around ยฃ400,000 a year. Is this what people in the UK, often poor, give their pennies for? I think not. Also, much UK government money is funnelled through such bloated organizations.

Just last week, I saw that the head of Barnardo’s, a non-white now, has launched a basically anti-British crusade against “racism” etc, using Barnardo’s funds. People do not give their pennies or leave legacy monies so that it can be wasted on trash of that sort.

Anything given to foreign aid etc via government, charities etc, is likely to be wasted. When I spent a few months in Egypt in 1998, a month of that was in the Berber oasis of Siwa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siwa_Oasis

I often saw bags of flour on sale in the market, which bags and sacks were marked with the English words “A gift from the Danish people“! I do not imagine that Siwa received such food as aid; it is a rather prosperous place by Egyptian standards. The sacks may have come from beyond the Sahara, from Chad or elsewhere.

The Rishi Sunak statement etc

I start from the premise that the lockdown/shutdown was unnecessary, as is the facemask nonsense etc. It has done tremendous damage to the UK. Not “the virus”, but Government measures in reaction.

Having said that, “we are where we are”, in the irritating and smug phrase so beloved of “our” politicians.

Huge monies have been spent and largely wasted this year. The only saving grace is that, interest rates being very low internationally, the UK can borrow at almost no cost. That should be done to a even greater extent than at present, while the chance is there.

The devil, though, is in the detail. The monies borrowed must be used as investment for the future: well thought-out infrastructure spending, meaning railways and roads (but not without thought), as well as proper urban planning, and upgrading of the population, including radical reform of the entire educational structure.

I cannot see the point in immediate tax rises or spending cuts, both of which tend to have a depressive effect on economic resurgence.

The first thing to do, though, is to end the “lockdown” nonsense, the “tiers” of shutdown nonsense, the facemask nonsense etc. Without opening up the country again, any other measures to stimulate the economy will be a complete waste of time and effort.

More tweets seen


A Government of clowns headed by a part-Jew public entertainer whose jokes are now falling flat. What could go wrong?

Do I blame “Boris”? Yes, but not entirely. I also blame the MPs (both fake “Conservative” Party and equally-fake “Labour” Party). I also blame the 90,000 or so Conservative Party pensioners (almost all were pensioners) who decided to vote for “Boris” as Conservative Party leader last year. I also blame the mass media, who have pandered to the am-dram sub-Churchillian fantasies of Boris-idiot for 20 years, puffing him to the public as a “Prime Minister in Waiting”, despite his blatantly obvious unfitness.

Finally, I also blame the great but often sadly moronic British public, who have preferred, for decades, to worry about the latest news re. football, rugby, cricket, or whatever may be happening in Emmerdale or “Coronation Strasse”, rather than anything to do with the future of the UK, of Europe, of our race and culture etc.

More tweets

Political disaster maybe, but what can the British people do, when the political system is carved up between a couple of System parties with, at root, very similar policies. That’s Boris-idiot’s lifebelt, that Labour would do exactly what he is doing, or more of the same.

We live in an elected dictatorship. Not just the Conservative Party but also the other party, Labour (or, if you look wider, LibDems and SNP as well).

We need freedom.

Without vision, the people perish” [Ezekiel].

[The Bohemian Grove]

The “Fortress of the Oaks”…

More tweets

Sadly, the time has come to junk the BBC.

Afternoon music

Late thoughts

Trump has pardoned a convicted ex-military officer of his acquaintance. He must now go further, and use his remaining time as President to extend Presidential pardon to all those social-national people doing hard time in Federal prison. For many, doing life sentences or long fixed terms, a pardon may be their only hope.

Do it!

18 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 25-26 November 2020”

  1. Hello Ian: It’s me, the South American maniac typing away! (LOL) It seems that the day does not have enough hours for us to read and write everything we want. I rarely go to bed before 2.00 AM.

    Regarding that hypocritical bastard called Jordan Peterson here is a long but excellent article that shows him for what he really is: a puppet of the Jews.



  2. Just shut the fuck-up, Julie Hartley-Brewer! You supremely evil CUNT!

    Why donโ€™t you just piss off and die of Covid-19 like the thousands of DECENT people you will NEVER be and whose deaths Covid-19 denying cunts like you have encouraged to happen because you, along with other selfish, Tory libertarian morons/evil cranks/total arseholes like Hitchens effectively incite others to ignore wholly justified restrictions on personal liberty.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    I hope you, Hitchens and Baker die of Covid19. Let us see how YOU like it when you die without relatives at your side with heavy breathing difficulties not through ANY fault of your own but because of selfish cunts like you lot ignoring and treating with the utmost contempt these restrictions.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    Evil witch.๐Ÿ˜ก๐Ÿคฌ


  3. Derek Bentley was sent to the gallows in 1953 for apparently collaborating with Christopher Craig in murdering a police officer. The jury recommended mercy for him not least because two wildly different interpretations could have have put upon the supposed phrase he uttered before the shooting, โ€œLet him have it, Chrisโ€.

    The normally good Tory Home Secretary of the time, Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe, declined to grant him a reprieve (perhaps Home Office officials advised him to do that because at at that point in time they were getting fed-up with capital punishment and wanted to get rid of it and therefore knew that if Bentley was hung that would give a big boost to the abolition campaign and it certainly did).

    Bentley was hung but that is far less than squalid, evil, wretches like Alison Pearson, Peter Hitchens, Daniel Hannan, Matt Ridley and all the other evil, Covid-19 effectively denying cunts and utterly selfish, me, me, me libertarian extremist cunts and arseholes deserve to happen to them.


  4. I thought we had reached rock bottom as a country with utterly surreal levels of insanity but then we truely plumb the depths when we have you report what that most crazy of libertarian extremist loons in the fake CONServative Party, Daniel Hannan, says above.

    This nutter wouldnโ€™t know what culture was if if hit in the face! This moron wants to let in THREE MILLION HK Chinese into an already severely overpopulated country and build a โ€˜Britishโ€™ HK on the supposedly protected Isle of Wight!

    To a libertarian extremist prick like him our culture is worth NOTHING. As a libertarian extremist he regards culture as a blockage to profit and thinks of culture in terms solely in pounds and pence.

    So, all in all, he is in no position to denounce a supposed lack of culture in others when he has none of his own!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„


  5. I strongly suspect the imposition of this Tier regime is a deliberate precursor to coercive vaccination. I believe it will begin voluntarily, targeted at those age groups who they think will have been the most terrified i.e. the over 50’s, furthermore, it will be linked to the relaxation of the Tier system. The more vaccinations a locality has then the quicker the Tier can be relaxed. This is how they will coerce millions into compliance. Those who refuse will be at the mercy of peer group pressure initially and then ultimately criminalization. We can already see the nascent legal position in the argument worded by the aid to Nadine Dorries MP & Minister for (inter alia) Patient Safety(!!!) in a reply to a mandatory vaccination query that an individual’s right to consent maybe outweighed by the apparent risk to the wider community such self-determination might bring. If “health versus wealth” is the party line to defeat legal challenges to the Lockdown; it will be the “Nation’s wealth versus your health” should you seek protection against this rushed and completely indemnified potential poison.


    1. DJF:
      I agree. Fear propaganda will win over at least 50% of the population. No doubt people who then fail to “take up the opportunity” to be injected will face being barred from getting routine hospital, GP and even dental appointments. Again something that affects the old more than the young, in general.

      I do not think that I saw a dentist from age 14 or 15 until I needed a crown when aged mid-twenties, and only then because I had had a tooth nearly knocked out in Africa when I was 20 (a soldier hit me with a rifle butt). GP appointments too. I was not even registered with a GP from teenage years until I was about 40.

      I dare say that, by 2022, about 80% of the population will have been pressured into having the injection(s). There may be introduced some such measures as people having to carry a pass if they travel even within the UK.

      Not quite “the mark of the Beast” but arguably part of the way towards such a society.


  6. Oh do shut-up, you grotesquely irresponsible, pathetic, loony libertarian worm, Steve Baker!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    Just BORE OFF! It shouldnโ€™t come as a surprise when Brexit extremists like him and loony libertarian extremists are using found within the same person ie within people like Steve Baker.

    WHAT authoritarianism is there in reality, you idiot! There is practically NONE which is why legions of people like you are ignoring the restrictions thus casing infections and deaths to rise.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    In GENUINELY authoritarian Singapore there are REAL deterrent fines for breaking the regulations of up to 20,000 Singaporean Dollars and up to ONE YEAR in a Singaporean and very austere prison/dungeon.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    Perhaps that is why that superbly well run country has had less than 100 deaths and relatively few cases?๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„


    1. Being a country run by non morons (unlike here) Singapore also has a little thing called border control. Indeed, you can be flogged with the rattan cane if you deliberately overstay your visa etc.

      Here, we have to put up with Priiti effing useless who showed her usual impeccable commitment to globalism and open borders by not imposing ultra-tough travel restrictions to this country IN MARCH when everyman and his dog all over the world KNEW the pandemic would reach all over the globe.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

      Japanโ€™s previous PM, Shinzo Abe, got his Interior Minister to do this so what is Pritiโ€™s excuse?๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

      Pritiโ€™s grotesque negligence in this regard has no doubt cost the lives of many in this country.๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿ˜ก After all, the virus WAS imported and didnโ€™t originate here! At the very least she should be sacked for this or if I had my way she would be given a long drop hanging.

      Peter Hitchens, Daniel Hannan, Steve Baker, etc why donโ€™t you mention THIS factor in this governmentโ€™s very poor performance in this crisis?๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„


  7. President Trump should give a pardon or a reprieve to a lady on death row who is due to be executed soon. Donโ€™t get me wrong as she did commit an atrocious crime but it was so heinous she must be severely mentally ill. America has put to death mentally ill people in the past and shouldnโ€™t have done so. The death penalty should only be used upon people who are mentally normal at the time of their offence.


    1. M’Lord of Essex. Not sure which case you mean, but Trump, as President, can only pardon *Federal* offences, not those under State jurisdiction (which murder usually is, though there are exceptions).


      1. I think her name is Lisa Montgomery. She is being held in a federal prison and on federal death row in Terre Haute, Indiana. Trumpโ€™s administration resumed executions for federal death sentences earlier this year after a fifteen odd year time gap.


      2. M’Lord of Essex:
        Thank you. I am not familiar with the matter.

        In my view, Trump should use his power to pardon to have released all social-national prisoners in Federal prisons. No legal or Constitutional bar exists. Those people would be a good Freikorps…


  8. The Tories are the party of economic depression and recession. Even the most basic level of economic understanding ie GCSE level is beyond them ie cutting benefits when benefit claimants spend virtually all of their money thus having a high propensity to return money back into the economy and helping to maintain spending power within it and employment. The notion that an economy depends upon a certain level of demand in it is not really understood. They would prefer to give huge tax cuts to an already wealthy person who will more likely than not simply hoard it in the bank since they already have their basic needs and most of their wants!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    Tory bigotry against the poor wins out nearly all the time as personified by that evil cretin Iain Dumbo Smith!


    1. On this, m’Lord of Essex, we are on the same page. Back in or about 2012, I was tweeting about this in relation to the wrongheaded “austerity” policy. For once, I agreed with globalist moneygrubber and careerist, Ed Balls. Countries that did not destroy demand did far better than the UK; the UK “austerity” nonsense killed much demand and damaged the economy. Osborne and his stupid pennywise/poundfoolish policies.


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