9 March 2021
The “point” of the “lockdowns”, facemask nonsense and, yes, the vaccine(s) is, at root, control. Not control of the virus as such (which constantly mutates, it seems) but control of the Western populations. “The Great Reset”.
Whatever one may think about the “global pandemic”, surely the Royal Mulatta and the Royal Cuck are absurd. The Mulatta, without Harry, would be nothing but a washed-up second-string (at best) TV actress; as for the Royal Cuck, without his “royal” birth and privilege, he would be nothing more than (at best) a junior Army officer (unlikely to rise beyond the rank of major), or maybe a car salesman, or maybe a real estate person somewhere like Kensington and Chelsea.
Now, the pair have monetized the “royal” connection for all it is worth. Harry was apparently given tens of millions of pounds by Charles anyway. They have become, basically, part of what Hitler would have called (and did, in his remarks later published as Hitler’sTable Talk) “half-judaized and half-negrified” American “celebrity” culture and society. The Oprah show is arguably the apogee of that.
I have never been pro-royalist, as such. Sometimes monarchy (whether absolute or “constitutional”) is the best system available for a society, for the people; sometimes a republic is better. There is no one answer. “The welfare of the people is the highest law” [Cicero].
It is quite funny watching the “debate” about the Sussexes. The self-describing “Left” has gone to the barricades, not for revolution or socialism, but to defend the privilege of the Mulatta and Harry. Why? Because she is mixed-race, or in the older term, a “half-caste”. That is the only reason, that and the wish to attack the very concept that the British Monarchy, while it exists, should be white Northern European.
We see also that the self-describing “Left” is also defending the commercial world of the Hollywood circus, and “celebrities” such as the Sussexes making millions from selling their dignity (such as it was).
Does the pseudo-socialist British “Left” have anything left to offer by way of ideology or principle? I think not. As for the Mulatta and the Cuck, they are merely a kind of Kardashian-style freak show now.
What of the remnant of the monarchy in the UK? Their enemy, as I have said before, is not “socialism” (which died in 1989 anyway), not the pathetic self-describing “Left”, not “far-right extremists” (as I and others are often termed), but simple irrelevance.
Even the System as a whole is recognizing that monarchy has really had its day. The Royal Yacht went about 24 years ago and is now a floating hotel and visitor attraction: https://www.royalyachtbritannia.co.uk/our-hotel/. Now we see that the Queen’s Flight has been mothballed.
Time to retire the Monarchy, to put it to bed.
Indeed, though in fact the police in Vienna have always been rather “active”. I myself recall sitting at an outside cafe there, about 35 years ago. Right in the middle of Vienna, close to the cathedral. It is a pedestrianized street. Hitler, before the First World War, would paint the cathedral, and try to sell his small paintings to passers-by.
I was just enjoying a melange [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiener_Melange] (and why can one not buy melange in cafes in the UK?), when a tramp came by, down but certainly not out, rather confident and happy-looking, despite being dressed almost in rags; about ?70.
The person spoke to me and asked for money. I gave him a small note and maybe one of the little wrapped pieces of chocolate (melange in Vienna usually comes with one or two such tiny bars). He thanked me and went to tap the next cafe along. It was not long, though, before a police car, blue light flashing, slowly came down the pedestrianized street. It stopped. Two young policemen got out and, with scarcely a word, forced the person into the back (though he was not really resisting). They drove off with him.
Late tweet seen…
10 March 2021
Deutschland 83, 86, 89
Someone recently recommended the TV series Deutschland 89 to me. I have started with Deutschland 83 and Deutschland 86. Very good, though with one or two doubtful points.
My own experience of the DDR (aka East Germany, aka the GDR) consisted of a mere few days in 1988. I saw only the less populated parts of the south of the country, and never entered East Berlin or any of the other large cities such as Leipzig, Halle, or Dresden.
It seemed to me that the TV series got the East German interiors absolutely accurately. Also, the near-deserted rural roads. I had crossed into the DDR from Poland, and at a little-used entry-point, a bridge over the River Neisse in the southwest of Poland. The photo below shows the frontier at that point, though the bridge I used was different, older, perhaps just out of sight (or maybe replaced since 1988):
The East German border guards my driver and I encountered at another little-used crossing point in the southwest of the DDR upon departure were amiable (relatively), unlike those in the TV series (though they did all but dismantle the car, including taking out all of the seats; they did put it all back together after having completed their search).
On the West German side, one border guard in a little sentry box. No bs, no bother.
My impression of the DDR was that it was a facade of a state, but empty. It had all the appurtenances of a state, the borders, border guards, police etc, but there was an empty feeling, made palpable by the seeming lack of any actual population (in the rural south). One went through villages with maybe one old lady gardening, and no-one else (and often, no shops or even places selling beer). Having said that, there was no obvious sign that the state would collapse about a year later (late 1989), or that it would cease even formal existence not long after that (September 1990).
Now, like the German Reich before it, the DDR has passed into history. How long, I wonder, will the EU last, or the UK?
What a shock…not. The Boris-idiot government is achieving nothing —and at huge cost— except a propaganda success with scared humanoid rabbits re. the facemask nonsense, vaccine(s) etc, but has no opposition while Labour, as official Opposition, is “led” by a Jewish-lobby puppet, Starmer, who has no ideas, no interest, and as much charisma as a wet blanket.