Britain, the multikulti dustbin
“It followed incidents in which she had stabbed her mother through the hand and hit her on the head with an iron and threatened her sister.
In a third incident, she’d gone to a friend’s house – possibly armed with a knife – and asked to see her 13-year-old daughter.
Skana was never prosecuted over any of the incidents.
Although Skana was refused asylum in 2018, she lodged an appeal and was given leave to remain in the UK until last month.
She had claimed asylum on entering the UK in 2014 but three years later she told doctors that her claim to be a trafficking victim had been a lie.”
So the whole family is here. Why? Why do we the people allow the ZOG regime in power in this society to import millions of untermenschen?
But “answer came there none”, not from “@toadmeister” Toby Young, not from “@LozzaFox” Laurence Fox, nor from any of their vocal supporters. As with the (((Spectator))) magazine, the (((fix))) is pretty much in…
As mentioned above, Alison Chabloz is on trial (again) next week, on Thursday 17 December. All support would be welcome. Westminster Magistrates’ Court, 181 Marylebone Road, London. Nearest Underground is a few minutes away on foot: Edgware Road (both stations).
The answer to the above question by Hitchens is “probably not, not in the present generation, and probably not in the next“. It is sometimes said, for example, that “Communism” (meaning Soviet socialism) and its effects are finished in Russia. That may be true in terms of political support for the (or a) “Communist” party, but other effects have become ingrained.
The whole economic system in Russia now has grown out of both Sovietism and post-Soviet gangsterism. Few know that, even in the Soviet Union itself, going back to the days of the 1960s, late 1950s and even those of Stalin’s rule, there were so-called “underground millionaires”, in some cases running what amounted to large-scale enterprises.
These hidden millionaires were sometimes, if uncovered, imprisoned and even shot (eg for “economic sabotage”), but many managed to pay off the militia (police), local Party officials, Moscow bureaucrats and even lower-ranking KGB officials, in order to survive (and trade).
The real gangster or hardcore criminal element of the Soviet days adapted readily to the chaotic conditions of post-Soviet crony capitalism, offering “protection” and other services.
I recall sitting in the Academy of Sciences building overlooking Luzhniki and the Moskva River, in 1993, and being told by Russian acquaintances about someone they knew who was targeted by gangsters because his flashy cars (inc. Rolls-Royces) had been noticed. Pay for protection or else. He demurred, saying that he had his own security force. One of the expensive cars was then destroyed by a hand grenade. He beefed up his security, and installed a bulletproof, grenade-proof garage at his “suburban” home. The response of the gangsters? They used a shoulder-launched missile to destroy both the remaining cars and the garage! He paid up after that…
It can be seen how Russia’s “oligarchic” or “gangster” capitalism of the past 30 years grew out of the conditions of Sovietism; the “might is right” Soviet idea, the hidden criminality and profiteering, the absence of a reliable rule of law, the importance of “blat” (influence and connections).
Sovietism itself of course retained some “Tsarist” qualities, while the influence of the Mongol invasions hundreds of years ago affected both Tsarism and Sovietism alike and continues to affect personal and social attitudes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mongol_invasions_and_conquests.
The effect of events such as what has happened in response to “the virus” across Europe in 2020 can be longlasting and even intergenerational. Both Britain and Europe as a whole have lost much in the past year.
The most serious attack on European race and culture
I have 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/
A discussion around similar issues: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkgQdwcrKpk&feature=youtu.be
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She’s right. Where I live, most houses cost around a million. Unfortunately, I am about £999,990 short…I had better put the remaining £10 on the Lotto.
England, my England…
Was it Marx or Engels who correctly commented that “Capital has no country“? Ah…Engels [https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Friedrich_Engels]
Written only weeks before the composer was killed in France in early 1918. Cut down at the age of 33,
Ha ha! Very true.
It’s about time those two useless System msm drones were sacked.
They left out “Diversity Drive”, “Propaganda Place”, “Racemixing Road”, “Blackandbrown Boulevard” and “Collapsingsociety Close”…
Conservative Party MPs, most of them, voted to be led by that clown; Conservative Party members, most of them, voted to be led by that clown; nearly half those voters who bothered to vote in 2019 voted, in effect, for that clown. They cannot say that they did not understand that he was —and is— wholly unfitted to be Prime Minister.
One of the most frightening things about contemporary Britain is the lack of understanding among superficially “educated” persons for quite basic concepts, such as free speech, by which I mean freedom of expression on matters political, social, historical, religious, cultural etc.