I have no idea what that book may contain, but it may be worth reading. I shall probably read it at some point.
The facemask nonsense is now quite embedded, embedded by a mixture of fear propaganda, legal sanction, and the fact that you cannot even enter a supermarket (in practice) without wearing one, or half-wearing one.
I was at Waitrose a couple of days ago. Rabbits wearing facemasks even in the car park! I even saw one twenty-something jogging in from the street to the Waitrose car park wearing one! Despite the rabbit being that age, and alone in the cold darkness…Truly, those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad.
The (Belgian) inhabitants of Brussels must be wishing that they were still under the German Reich, for all its unavoidable wartime rigours…
All well and good, but tweeting, blogging, vlogging, and…yes…”proving” things to the malicious and inimical, will not be enough, in the end…
Gunboats should sink these invaders in mid-Channel.
Eventually, not today and not tomorrow, not even in 2022, but in 10-20 years, there will be a war of existential survival: European race, culture, and civilization against, not the non-whites as such, but against the enemies of European race, culture and civilization, whoever they are, wherever they are. Survival of Europe and its future, and extermination of all enemies of civilization and positive upward evolution.
More tweets seen
Lammy is a dim creature. Cannot even spell “Caribbean” properly…
Lammy has displayed his ignorance many times: “In 2013, Lammy accused the BBC of making a “silly innuendo about the race” on Twitter during the announcement of the next Pontiff where the BBC tweeted “will smoke be black or white?” in reference to smoke above the Sistine Chapel. Lammy criticised the BBC’s tweet as “crass and unnecessary.” He subsequently apologised after other Twitter users pointed out the role played by black and white smoke in announcing the election of a new Pope.” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Lammy#Comments_attracting_criticism].
Thick as two short planks, ignorant, unpleasant, yet there Lammy (a member of Labour Friends of Israel) sits, a Privy Councillor no less, and Shadow Lord Chancellor, though under Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer, Labour is doing even worse than it was under Corbyn, and seems (so far) to have little or no prospect of actually being able to form a government in or before 2024.
An excellent project. In the 1970s and 1980s, a number of scrapped ships were sunk in a line off the East coast of the USA, for similar reasons.
I am reading a book called M, about that unusual and now long-gone character, Maxwell Knight [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxwell_Knight].
The book was written by one Henry Hemming, who has, it seems, written other non-fiction works. A youngish man, 40-41 but looking younger in the photo inside the book’s cover; the book’s blurb says almost nothing of him; Wikipedia is also rather unforthcoming [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Hemming].
The Guardian reviewed the book: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/jul/20/m-by-henry-hemming-review-mi5.
My view? Well, a good read. Nicely written. Previous books have been written about Maxwell Knight, and I have read one of those, but about 20 years ago. Cannot recall much. This book is probably better, and certainly thicker…
There were a few things not to my liking, and which made me question the author’s grasp. One was a passage dealing with the visit of one of M’s agents to the Berchtesgaden area. The book says that there was “...a view of the Kehlsteinhaus, or Eagle’s Nest, where Hitler liked to spend much time.”
Well, that is wrong. Hitler did not in fact spend much time there, for one thing. He used it mainly to receive (some) guests, rather than at his house, the Berghof, which was at a lower level on the mountain.
Surely Hemming cannot have confused that “teahouse” with another one, which Hitler used almost daily? “Referred to as the “D-Haus”, short for “Diplomatic Reception House”, the Kehlsteinhaus is often conflated with the teahouse on Mooslahnerkopf Hill near the Berghof, which Hitler walked to daily after lunch. The teahouse was demolished by the Bavarian government after the war, due to its connection to Hitler.” [Wikipedia].
The other point is that the name Kehlsteinhaus is a post-1945 one. The unofficial Third Reich name, the “Eagle’s Nest”, is Adlershorst in German. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kehlsteinhaus.
Still, the book is keeping my attention.