Diary Blog, 15 February 2021

Freedom of expression

Ghastly Twit-creature Kate Godfrey, who once or twice tried to blag her way to an MP sinecure (for Labour, then “Change UK”, then LibDem) joins with other Zionists to try to get a professor at Bristol University dismissed for merely having an opinion.

Something must be done about the threat Zionism poses to freedom of expression in the UK.

Look at that. Anyone trying to stand up for free speech is immediately condemned by association. The exchange also proves my point about these endless “codes of conduct” which in recent years have been imposed, usually by Zionist lawyers, on employees (and employers, and professional organizations as well). My own experience: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

A small part of the population in the UK, less than half of one percent, is trying to take over the whole society by strategic moves, or to put it in colloquial language, by “always going for the jugular”.

Morning music

[“God mote it be…”]

Tweets seen

Look at that puppet on a stick!

Your papers are…not in order...”

If we do not start fighting soon, the world we know will fall without a shot fired, and we shall all be serfs of powers which will only show their true evil when we are unable to resist, protest, or even express an opinion…

The first thing to understand is that ZOG, NWO, the “Great Reset”, the “Great Replacement” and “White genocide” are no mere “conspiracy theories” but happening in real time all around us now.

Only the few will soon fight for freedom and a better life. They alone will be the rulers of the world, once the powers of Evil have been vanquished.

Designed with North American society in mind, but largely applicable to the UK as well. Pretty good.

Tweeter “Martin”, above, seems to imagine that the UK is a “free country”. Well, it may have been (fairly) “free” once, before (to take a year) 1989, but no more…no more…

Government and msm in the UK are very keen to see protest, revolt and revolution overseas, preferably in countries not yet under ZOG/NWO control, but they scream “terrorism” if anyone tries it in the UK.

The most corrupt elements of the UK are in the msm, Government, Westminster in general, and embedded in the parts of the economy closely allied to those sectors. Also, the Zionist element.

Ah, I forgot about the Saturday quiz this past weekend…

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Well, I am back on winning form, having scored 8/10 (Rentoul got 5/10). I did not know the answers to questions 6 and 10 (I thought that the answer to question 10 was two banks).

More tweets

Hutches for migrant-invaders?

I myself was born in Reading, and brought up mainly (except 3 years in Sydney, Australia) where Berkshire meets South Oxfordshire.

I first saw a black person in Reading when I was 6, maybe 7 (a consultant at the Royal Berks Hospital), and saw a second one in 1970 when I was 13 and had returned from Australia (the second one was a uniformed nurse on a bus). In other words, there were very few blacks (or South Asians etc) in Reading at that time.

By the early 1970s, there were some. I saw a playground full of black children when my train from Newbury Racecourse station to Reading stopped for a few minutes on a viaduct overlooking part of West Reading. That was 1973 or 1974.

Recently I heard some West Indian woman interviewed on radio. She said that she “had been brought up in Reading, which of course was incredibly multicultural.” Not sure to what year(s) she was referring, but must have been 1980s or 1990s onwards.

A huge demographic and cultural change, mostly negative, has occurred in the UK, especially in parts of England, in the past 50 years. Near-disastrous.

Too late. Labour has (probably) passed the point of no return. It has thrown away the Scottish “proletariat” and its descendants, and is doing the same in England and Wales, meaning the poorer white people. It is left with the “blacks and browns” and the public service employees. Not more than about 25% of the voters. Yes, some others too, but unlikely to do much better in ?2024 than in 2019 or 2017.

If (when?) Scotland leaves the UK, Labour will have no chance even of minority or weak coalition government, because it has no real prospect of getting more MPs in Scotland, and the SNP’s MPs are at present Labour’s only hope for forming even a minority government.

Needless to say, at present the 80-seat-majority pseudo-“Conservative” government has no need to consider proportional representation.

“Prevent”

Even now, I am sometimes incredulous at the biased and pervasive Jewish-Zionist influence, penetrating right into official government operations. See, for example, https://www.governmentevents.co.uk/covid-19-conspiracy-theories-and-extremist-grooming/

Afternoon music

More tweets

You don’t feel trapped…you are trapped. And soon will be more trapped…

How well I know that area! In the 1980s and early 1990s I was often walking there, perhaps visiting the wine merchant cellars under the viaduct, or strolling along the viaduct itself, not far from Leather Lane market, the Bailey, and the old, now closed, Holborn Viaduct rail station [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holborn_Viaduct_railway_station]

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[Holborn Viaduct Station, 1977]

Late video about M.R. James

Well worth seeing.

Late music

7 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 15 February 2021”

  1. Peter Hitchens, you are free to go to North Korea if you don’t like it here but there is one small problem ie effective Covid-19 deniers and enablers of mass deaths from it like you are definitely NOT treated with kid gloves like the pathetic Tories have done here. In that country they have a REAL ‘party of law and order’ in power and you would be either shot on the spot for undermining the national fight against Covid-19 or you would be sent to one of their harsh work camps!😂😝😀😛😷

    North Korean methods WORK against Covid-19:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_in_North_Korea

    Bhutan’s methods also work: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_in_Bhutan

    Remarkably, that small, poor country has had just ONE death from the disease so much for Peter’s libertarian extremist and lunatic assertion that social distancing and ‘lockdowns’ don’t work!🙄🙄🙄🙄.

    Mind you, it DOES help if your government bothers to close borders in an international viral pandemic which the vile Tory globalist scum didn’t do to protect OUR health and you have a Monarchy that cares for its subjects rather than a PC nutcase one like we are lumbered with!

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  2. What a great idea vaccine passports are!👌😎😷 Those who like to willingly break the restrictions and refuse to co-operate with the rest of SOCIETY thereby putting vulnerable people into an early grave or give them a severe illness with possible long term bad complications can make a choice between either co-operating with the rest of us decent folk or have less civil rights as a result of their stubbornness/stupidity/selfishness.

    If only this stupid ‘government’ hadn’t pandered to the likes of Peter Hitchens and the libertarian loony crazies on their backbenches in parliament earlier ie from March 2020 onwards then many more people would still be with us!🤬😡☹️😞

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  3. Quite rightly, Corbyn was a supporter of Palestinian rights and went up against Zionist fanatics who oppose those rights. Sadly, he didn’t extend his sympathy to native Britons as those same Zionist zealots want us to be treated as badly as Palestinians are and to deny us a homeland as well!🤬😡☹️😞

    Labour are down but not out even if you take account of Scotland. Yes, it will be difficult to take those seats back from the SNP but Labour could have a small overall majority even without any seats in Scotland.

    Having a REAL willingness ie NOT Bliar’s fake willingness to take a serious look at the archaic and profoundly undemocratic rubbish of stand alone First Past The Post and to enable us to dump it in favour of Proportional Representation could unite the ‘centre-left’ vote behind Labour, claw back support from the SNP, Plaid, Greens and knock off a few vital points off the Lib Dem score to win in marginal seats.

    Remember, stand alone FPTP is so grotesquely inefficient at translating REAL electoral support into seats in parliament you CAN get an overall majority EVEN IF you don’t come first amongst the major parties in terms of votes!

    Churchill and the Tories ‘won’ In 1951 even though Attlee’s Labour had more votes in the country likewise Edward Heath’s Conservatives had more votes in February 1974 than Wilson’s Labour Party but Labour won more seats!🙄🙄🙄🙄

    https://www.makevotesmatter.org.uk

    https://www.electoral-reform.org.uk

    Certainly, Labour does need some fresh ideas and to demonstrate a break from the past in some ways.

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  4. What sort of constituency Labour parties have voted for Labour to adopt PR as party policy? Presumably, most if not all of them are in seats where Labour hasn’t a hope in hell of winning ie like my seat of Brentwood and Ongar (the TENTH safest Tory seat in the country)?

    I bet none of those ultra-safe Labour seats on Merseyside have had CLPs voting for it!🙄🙄

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  5. Ha, ha, loony Peter Hitchens is only now beginning to realise that Britain is NOT and NEVER has been a genuine democracy. How can it be when we have no guaranteed right to freedom of expression overseen by a constitutional court as in Germany and our elections are horribly disproportionate where votes have an entirely different value put upon them by the electoral system depending upon who you vote for and where you live!

    Eg, Mrs Thatcher’s ‘landslide’ in 1983 where her party GAINED seats in the House of Commons despite LOSING votes as compared to the result in 1979 and the SDP/Liberal Alliance had only about 3% less national share than Michael Foot’s Labour Party but the latter party won about TWO HUNDRED or more seats! Similarly, the SNP had only around 50% of Scotland’s vote in 2015 but won 90% plus of the seats there in 2015.

    Surely the notion of equality and having a vote roughly equal in value to that cast by another elector is at the very heart of a real democracy?🙄🙄

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