14 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 19 February 2021, including thoughts about secession of states from the USA”

  1. That moron of Mike Stuchbery is really pathetic! His tweet about Nairobi does not make any sense! The fact that somebody like him can be a teacher is really frightening! No wonder there are so many idiotic teenagers claiming to be “very knowledgeable” and so many nitwits with university degrees. LOL

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    1. Poor France!😡🤬☹️😞 This incident just goes to show how unwise it is to take in too many immigrants from backward countries where the populace have few if any moral qualms about committing the most heinous crimes.

      About the only non white peoples who do have moral convictions against committing serious crimes like murder or stabbing assaults are Japanese Koreans and some peoples in the South Pacific but then their backwardness compared to Japs and Koreans sometimes leads them to commit murders etc.

      Look at our former capital city as proof of my assertion here.🤬😡☹️😞 Everyday, I type into Google’s search box London stabbing or London stabbings and a new story nearly everyday appears over the latest horror story.🤬😡☹️😞

      Labour and CONServative have done more damage to London than Hitler’s V1 and V2 rockets ever did!🤬😡☹️😞

      With any luck, it will be President Marine Le Pen in 2022.

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  2. Trying to be fair should be renamed to Trying to be a Thick Libertarian Loony, Immoral Arsehole as that is what he actually is. If Sweden is doing so well then he should explain why they have FAR MORE deaths than the culturally similar countries surrounding them like Denmark, Finland and Norway. The last time I looked on Wikipedia’s webpage Sweden had 12,000 deaths whilst the others had far smaller numbers!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

    Sweden’s normally very reticent to intervene in public debates Monarch recently blasted the Swedish government for their poor response to the crisis!🙄🙄🙄




  3. So Laura Towler and Patriotic Alternative have been banned by Twitter yet they still allow the profoundly SICK and EVIL libertarian extremists of Peter Hitchens and that ever dopy Tory mare, Julie Hartley-Brewer,to continually propagate their unscientific bilge and effectively encourage the many irresponsible, non law abiding, selfish, yobs we have in this country to blatantly defy the COVID-19 restrictions thus putting fat too many vulnerable people into an early grave or giving them a serious illness with sometimes life-long bad consequences.🤬🤬🤬😡😡🙄🙄🙄🙄😞😞☹️☹️☹️

    Twitter is a disgusting and very immoral company when they ban the former and not the latter.🤬😡😡☹️☹️😞😞


  4. Yes, Tarquin, there certainly is a lot of moral weakness in this ‘society’ which no doubt explains one cause behind a rising crime rate (one powerful reason Japan has such a low crime rate isn’t just due to a decent economy with low unemployment or stringent punishments but because most Japs view committing crime as fundamentally an immoral thing to do). However, Britain also has a morally weak population in too many cases as is demonstrated by libertarian extremists like Peter Hitchens making pathetic and IMMORAL ‘arguments’ over COVID 19 restrictions that encourage scumbags to ignore them and effective manslaughter of others.

    It is time you and others like you saw the fundamental irony in your castigation of immorality in Britain because you advocate it in response to this virus.🙄🙄🙄🙄


  5. Yes, you are right about African countries being only semi-civilised. Your example of Kenya is one of the better countries there but I wouldn’t be surprised if it isn’t doing as well as under British rule. Zimbabwe is disastrous case in point and in no way compares to how it was under British colonial rule or the administration of Ian Smith when it was called Rhodesia.

    The native Africans are like children in many respects according to at least one missionary from the past and need a firm and benevolent ruler to guide them as we did.

    It is sad to witness the decline of South Africa. Undoubtedly, a great country under white rule.Towards the end of the Apartheid era, I once had a stand-up argument with a loony leftie about Apartheid and white rule outside South Africa House in Trafalgar Square! That was fun! I got the better of him in the argument by mentioning that if South Africa was so bad and oppressive for blacks under Apartheid then why was it that the country had a huge illegal migration problem to it from the black-ruled countries to its North? He soon got the huff and walked off in a bad mood! RESULT!😂👌😎🍷😂

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    1. Ha. Seems that we had a similar experience in Trafalgar Square, m’Lord of Essex. Mine was in 1988, after a “demonstrator” targeted me because I happened to have exited that embassy. He was enraged that I would not stop to “debate”with him. He had the insolence to shout after me!

      The international conspiracy wanted South Africa gone as a white European-ruled state. It was notable that the Thatcher govt. allowed that 24/7 “demonstration” right by the Embassy, beaming very loud “music” at it etc, and megaphoned shouting of slogans.


      1. Yes, that was disgraceful of Thatcher to allow that. Apparently, she was ‘Right-wing’! Ha, ha, if ONLY she was in the RIGHT respects!🙄

        Mind you, there were a few Tory backbenchers then (John Carlisle may have been amongst them) who were dubbed by Labour and other left wing, anti-apartheid nutters as the ‘Member for Pretoria or Bloemfontein’!😂😎👌😀🍷😂


  6. Yes, I was always a big supporter of white-ruled South Africa though I must concede that some of the Apartheid rules such as separate park benches etc were petty and wholly unnecessary.

    I always made some effort to by South African fruit and wine to support them though the sanctions made that difficult. At the moment, I have some green South African grapes from Sainsbury’s who seem to have changed their suppliers to that country from places like Italy and Spain. I have never been a particular lover of green grapes as I prefer the sweeter black and red varieties but these South African ones from Sainsbury’s are pretty sweet for green ones so I like them and they are a vast improvement on the not very sweet Italian and Spanish green grapes that store previously had. I suppose South Africa’s Cape Province is an ideal place to grow lusciously sweet grapes under that hot sun!


    1. Yes, m’Lord of Essex. I have never visited South Africa, as such, but have known many who have, and have even lived there. In fact, I once knew someone who had bee acquainted with the famous and historically-important General Malan.

      As I understand it, the Cape climate is “Mediterranean” in the sense of Southern California, or Sydney.


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