Radio 4 Today Programme
Jew-Zionist activist Rachel Riley interviewed about “Internet trolls”. Wants users of Twitter etc to have to use their real names. Other Jewish Zionists are pushing the same line; Margaret Hodge for one.
In a sense, I am not completely against that idea. When I was on Twitter (2010-2018, though I only started to tweet prolifically from 2011 or 2012), I had only one account, and that account was under my own name (“@ianrmillard“).
I was rarely called a “troll” even by the Jewish/Zionist element, probably because I usually put over my own views and ideas rather than responding to tweets by others. The only one I can recall who used the term “troll” in relation to me was the half-Jew, and Zionist, hypocrite Oliver Kamm [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Kamm] who, after my 2016 disbarment [https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/] referred to me in the national Press as “one of my trolls“.
I can only suppose that Kamm wanted to present himself as the “important” person who therefore has “trolls” attacking him. I rather see it the other way round: I cannot recall ever sending any tweet or other message to Kamm, but I seem to recall him tweeting once or twice about me…It’s several years ago now, but I am sure that Kamm was either mistaken or lying. Call it what you will.
Kamm also, as usual, called himself, in that newspaper comment, “a near-absolutist on free speech” but commended my disbarment for having posted a few tweets! I was disbarred for having tweeted FIVE tweets (out of 150,000+ posted from 2010-2016).
All those five tweets were general comments about society; none was addressed to any person directly, and I think that only two persons were mentioned by name. One was Michael Gove, whom I called something like “a pro-Jew, pro-Israel, expenses cheat“. That was true in all particulars and was known to be true even in 2016. I was unaware at the time that snivelling Gove was or is also a cocaine abuser.
Gove has never sued me, and has never threatened to sue me, incidentally.
The other person I mentioned in one of those tweets was Nicholas Sarkozy, to whom I referred as a corrupt gesticulating little Jew (I think). I was wrong insofar as Sarkozy is in fact only part-Jew. The rest was right, though (the bastard is presently on trial for corruption, alongside a Jew lawyer): https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/dec/08/nicolas-sarkozy-graft-trial-prosecutors-call-for-four-year-sentence.
The main irony of Jewish persons such as Rachel Riley and Margaret Hodge calling for all tweeters (etc) to use their own names and so be identifiable online, is that most of the worst Jew (and/or “antifa”) trolls on Twitter use pseudonyms in order to troll people. I was (and still am) a victim of all that, as are many others.
It took a lot of effort for persecuted singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz and others to identify some of the most disgusting and sadistic Jew-Zionist trolls, such as Stephen Silverman and Stephen Applebaum of the fake charity known as “Campaign Against Antisemitism”. Those two now tweet mainly under their own names, via “@ssilvuk” and “grubstreetsteve”, though Applebaum is still tweeting occasionally via “@rattus2384”.
I cannot be bothered to list all the Jewish and/or “antifa” trolls on Twitter using pseudonyms. Many.
Reverting to the Today Programme, as usual its bias showed clearly. Unlike many of its interviewees, Rachel Riley was interviewed almost absurdly respectfully, certainly not questioned closely about her demands.
Some fellow called Bruce Stacey, a supposed expert on social media, was also interviewed, and referred to “the American notion of free speech“!
“American notion“?! Unbelievable. So speaketh “the experts”!
Of course, the real reason the likes of Margaret Hodge etc want people to tweet only under their own names is so that persons critical of Jewish and Israeli behaviour can be more easily persecuted and, indeed, prosecuted. However, it may be that we have to stand up and be counted. Stand up for European life, people, and standards!
Boris the poundland Chamberlain
Very recently, I blogged about how Boris-idiot would play either the poundland Chamberlain, waving his piece of paper and proclaiming “peace in our time (with the EU)“, or the poundland Churchill, shaking his fist at the EU and proclaiming “we shall never surrender (to the EU)“. Well, looks like “Chamberlain” won…
Happened to see this film on YouTube. Last saw it many years ago. Despite the obviously propagandistic nature of it, quite interesting:
“Two young…guys“? That last word doesn’t seem quite right, somehow…
“Merry Christmas!“…”BANG…BANG…” (Endex).
A train down Memory Lane
Saw this clip from 1967, showing the Buckinghamshire station (Denham Golf Club Halt) from which I travelled daily into London for 6 months in 2001-2002:
A good service. Only about 20 minutes to Marylebone with one stop en route (Denham). In those days (2001-2002) they even had a small First Class bit at the back (sadly now discontinued, or so I read somewhere).
In the morning, waiting for the one train that stopped there, there were always the same half-dozen or so people, who always stood in their accustomed positions on the little platform (as did I, mainly because the only First Class bit was a sectioned-off third of the rear coach).
“Peace in our time with the EU”… Ursula von der Leyen looks pleased, as if she has won…I suppose that both sides would say that this was not a zero sum game. All the same, I wonder…
Christmas greetings to all well-intentioned readers of my blog.
Christmas greetings to all British and European people.
Christmas greetings to the wider world.