The migration invasion continues
Another 49 “detained” (i.e. registered, given shelter and food and about £50 a week in spending money, then allowed to roam British streets).
In fact, not 49 but 175, because the French navy etc “detained” 126 others, then brought them to Dover!
175 a day now, in the winter. That will be 500 a day, probably more, by midsummer. Note also that most of the invaders today were picked up by French naval forces, then “escorted to Britain“!
“Many appeared to be men of African origin with one young teenage boy spotted among the groups.“
This is a disguised shuttle service, designed to flood the UK with more untermenschen, and in large numbers over time. In ordinary language, treason.
I have blogged previously about Bitcoin: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/12/10/thoughts-about-bitcoin/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/02/20/diary-blog-20-february-2021/
“Ruben Hood, Ruben Hood, riding through the glen…”
I happened to catch the end credits of an episode of the 1950s TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Adventures_of_Robin_Hood_(TV_series)], which I recall seeing as a young child (I was born in 1956, but the series was being shown in the UK until 1961 or even later).
I was unaware until today that the executive producer was a Jewish woman called Hannah Weinstein [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hannah_Weinstein]: “In 1952, after settling in London, she established her own production company, Sapphire Films, financially aided by the American Communist Party. The company eventually made series for the British commercial ITV network via an arrangement with ITC‘s Lew Grade.” [Wikipedia].
Who would have thought it? Robin Hood filmed by an American Jewess closely connected with the American Communist Party?
Even I am amazed that the contamination of (in) UK-based TV was so blatant as long ago as 1956.
Maybe the theme song was a clue, using the Scottish word “glen” for a location in England. I noted also, today, that the Script Supervisor was one “Ruben”…
From 1939. When I set foot on the Charles Bridge, in 1988, there were even fewer people than in that 1939 photograph.
It occurs to me, not for the first time, that a major difference between the UK and most of Europe is that, by reason of the Second World War and other upheavals, those other countries have had to look at and revalue their societies and institutions in a way that Britain has not. Not to anything like the same extent. Which is perhaps why Britain has institutions of various sorts that really are running on empty, that are just shells, without much real substance.
What do I mean by the above? Look at, inter alia, Parliament (the Commons and, even more so, the House of Lords), the Monarchy, the FPTP voting system, the Bar, the overall educational system, and the devalued Honours system.
The Quiet Don
I had no idea that the 1957 film of The Quiet Don (aka And Quiet Flows the Don) is on YouTube! The amazing contemporary world of the Internet…
Not that I “support” the invasion of Budapest by the Red Army looters and rapists of 1945, but my “support” or “opposition” is scarcely relevant, 76 years after the event.
Of course, this is “cartoon history”, of less truth, probably, than Francis Drake playing bowls on Plymouth Hoe, or other events.
I thought that that “@RickSacrop” tweet must be a joke, but apparently the idiot is serious!
I am told that today is the anniversary of the birth of Handel.