Diary Blog, 29 April 2021

Afternoon music

Tweets seen

The post-2008 Greek experience is instructive. The social-national party, Golden Dawn, was the only party with integrity opposed to the EU enforcement of usury-dictatorship “austerity”. However, the System made sure that the faux-“socialist” “antifascist” party, Syriza, seemed more “credible”.

The result was that Syriza took over the Greek government, then signed up to yet more “austerity”. The people, many of whom died of starvation, while other rummaged through bins trying to find food, had been well and truly fooled. Golden Dawn was then repressed.

Once Syriza had done its job for the System, it was binned as a non-System alternative party of government. A neo-liberal finance-capitalist government took over. At present, Syriza is a poor second in the Hellenic Parliament. It has 86 MPs out of 300 (New Democracy has 158): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hellenic_Parliament; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Dawn_(Greece); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syriza;

[Golden Dawn rally in Greece, c.2012]

Alison Chabloz update

Usually-reliable sources report that, though Alison Chabloz was scheduled to be released from Bronzefield Prison today, and (how absurd, though) on electronic tag, bureaucratic delays to do with probation have pushed back the likely day of release to next Tuesday or Wednesday. Another example of how everything is sliding and becoming less efficient in the UK.

Books, letters and cards can be sent as follows:

Alison Chabloz, A6478EK,
HMP Bronzefield,
Woodthorpe Rd,
Ashford, Middx.,
TW15 3JZ
UK

Books sent should be *new, *paperback and preferably (though not necessarily) sent via online vendors [important update: Bronzefield Prison now does not accept Amazon deliveries but will accept books from elsewhere]

Looking on the brighter side, even a release next week will mean that Alison will have been imprisoned for only 5 weeks out of the headline 18 to which she was sentenced (in reality, about 7-8 weeks).

If Alison had not been scheduled for early release, she would be released anyway about halfway through May, so about 3 weeks from today.

Looking at the wider picture, Alison’s appeal against both conviction and sentence is set down for 2 days, on 3-4 June 2021, and is likely to be heard at Southwark Crown Court (it will be a complete rehearing of the matter).

Should Alison’s present appeal fail in whole or in part, the Crown Court will be able to substitute a greater or lesser sentence, up to a maximum of 6 months’ imprisonment. However, the time Alison has spent incarcerated will be taken off any time actually to be served, so if she were to receive the maximum 6 months (about 26 weeks), she would do half of that (3 months or about 13 weeks) but also minus the ~5 weeks served from day of sentence to (likely) day of release (next week), and also minus other days in custody, such as the 4 days served before her successful appeal of 2020. She would therefore only serve an extra ~7 weeks at maximum.

It may be, though, that the Crown Court would not, or not much, interfere with the sentence duration passed by the lower court if the appeal fails, in which case Alison would only serve a few days extra, if that.

More optimistically, should Alison’s present appeal succeed, then she would be credited with the time she has now spent in prison (in 2020 and 2021) and in other custody, and also the time which she will have spent on electronic tag (at half a day for every day spent on tag). That is relevant because Alison now faces yet another trial in the magistrates’ court, set down for 1 day, on 1 September 2021.

Were Alison to be convicted on 1 September 2021, and were she then to be sentenced to imprisonment, not only would she serve only half of any such sentence, but would have about 6-7 weeks more taken off that reduced sentence. So a 6 month sentence would mean, in reality, about 5-6 weeks in prison, and a sentence of 3 months would mean no time at all in prison.

[Alison Chabloz]

Patriotic Alternative

A statement from Patriotic Alternative has been released:


“Last Wednesday (21.04.2021) Laura Towler’s husband Sam was arrested and taken into police custody.
 The police then let themselves into Laura and Sam’s home, burst into her bedroom without knocking whilst she was still undressed, and then demanded to search the property.

The officer in charge did not arrest Laura, and instead presented her with a warrant, and despite the warrant not mentioning Laura at all, the police took all of her devices – including her phone and laptop.

What’s more, many of the police officers conducting the search refused to hand over the badge numbers or their real names.

LIVE STREAM

On Friday evening (30.04.2021) we were planning to do our regular Patriotic Alternative monthly update. However instead, we are now planning a special stream about this arrest where Mark Collett and Laura Towler will discuss the police’s behaviour and relay advice given to them from legal professionals on the legality of the police action.

Last week Mark Collett’s YouTube channel was terminated – despite the fact that it was completely clean and didn’t have a single active copyright or community guidelines strike. As such, the livestream will not be found on YouTube, but instead it will appear on DLive and Odysee:

ODYSEE: https://odysee.com/@MarkCollett:6/LauraTowlersHusbandArrestedHomeRaided:0
DLIVE: https://dlive.tv/PatrioticTalk

The stream will begin at 7pm UK time (2pm EST) and last around 2 hours.

FUNDRAISER

All donations made during the stream will be given to Sam and Laura to help them cover the cost of replacing the items the police seized. The stream will also allow Patriotic Alternative supporters to ask Sam and Laura questions about the police raid.

Needless to say, neither Laura or Mark are deterred by this abuse of police power. Put simply; this is a desperate attempt by the police to silence those who speak out on behalf of the indigenous people of these islands and further restrict our freedom of speech.

We can assure you; we will not be silenced!

More music

Late tweets

Ha ha! The unpleasant Jew-Zionist know-all does not know even the most basic history, yet pontificates on world affairs! Are prescription drugs affecting him again? That was one of his excuses when he was found guilty on several charges by a Solicitors’ Disciplinary Panel a couple of years ago. Search via the search panel on the blog for full details. I expect, though, that he is just displaying ignorance.

For once, I do agree with the egregious Lewis, on the above matter. There again, who could disagree? A long-running and appalling miscarriage of justice affecting people who are all but powerless, and who are often very good citizens as well.

When I spent a number of months in Turkey in 2001 (I drove from the UK), I found that the best beer there (to my taste) was called Tekel beer, made by a State-owned brewery. Sadly, no longer. Privatized, apparently, and changed out of all recognition.

I think that Hitchens was referring to the film; he would obviously assume that the background “street noise” was added more recently…

Late music

[Chateau Frontenac, Quebec]

20 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 29 April 2021”

    1. Watcher:
      Greece is a semi “failed state”, propped up by EU smoke and mirrors. A ZOG colony of NWO, just as it was once a colony of others, mainly Ottoman Turks.

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  1. I remember a quote from Machiavelli saying “Those who build the state based on the love/loyalty of the people build on sand” Apart from the truly miraculous exceptions of Napoleon and Hitler, this has proved to be true. Particularly now in the XXI century with a population of moronic zombies who believe in what they see on TV or read in the newspapers. The majority of the Greeks demonstrated to be crap like that. Serves them right!

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    1. Claudius:
      You are a hard man, but I cannot say that you are wrong. The Greeks were desperate but took what seemed to be the easier option, the one not involving “neo-Nazis”. The same is true here in the UK: people may not like migration-invasion etc, but will keep voting for the System parties which secretly or openly support it.

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      1. I used to be very easy going, too much perhaps, and now I realized that it was a mistake. Life is a bitch and you/we have to be hard and I am not talking about politics only. Most people do not deserve the respect and consideration that I used to show them. I have realized this a bit late, but better late than never.

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  2. So the police have enough time and resources on their hands to arrest patriots but they can’t be bothered to arrest people blatantly defying Covid-19 restrictions and thereby potentially putting the lives and health of much loved grandmothers, grandfathers, uncles, aunts, mothers, fathers etc at risk and nor do they arrest Tory/UKIP/Brexit/Reform UK ‘party’ libertarian extremist SCUM like Peter Hitchens, Julie Hartley-Brewer etc for their effective encouragement of LAW BREAKING in this regard.🙄🙄🙄

    What a truely SICK country ‘Britain’ now is ! No wonder we have had one of the world’s most disgracefully high death rates from Covid-19 when we have utterly repellent sick jokes of police ‘forces’ like this!🙄🙄🙄🙄😡😡😡🤬🤬🤬

    It is also not a surprise why many people in this country would be very reticent about paying an increase in their taxes to recruit the considerably increased number of police officers this country so obviously needs.

    FFS, CONServatives, get your priorities right for once!🙄🙄🙄🤬🤬🤬😡😡

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  3. The sick priorities of blatantly politicised police ‘forces’ is a partial reason for criminals feeling they won’t be arrested for their crimes and why so many law abiding people think the police are very definitely NOT on their side and are, consequently, loathe to help them.

    No wonder our crime rate as a country continues its upward trajectory!🙄🙄🙄

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  4. At this rate not only Britain’s increasingly numerous and confident criminal fraternity but the vast bulk of the law abiding population as well won’t support the police!

    I would suggest to moronic Tory ministers at the Home Office that a country where very large numbers of the non criminal population increasingly distrust and are fearful of the police, view them as mere enforcers of the British state’s PC globalist political opinions rather than as unbiased upholders of ‘the Queen’s peace’ is likely to be a country that will NEVER successfully tackle crime.🙄🙄🙄🤬

    Time to roll back in full Mrs Thatcher’s politicisation of the police and its subsequent worsening by successive bad governments!

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    1. M’Lord of Essex, the police are becoming *more* politicized and biased, not less. Ask Alison Chabloz. Some of the “plod”, in the past 2-3 years, have made the most stupid and unnecessary remarks to her, such as “I don’t agree with your views” (to which might have been answered, “AND YOUR POINT IS??”)…

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      1. Hello “Watcher”

        I honestly cannot say. For me, Russians and Ukrainians are as White/Aryan as the French or the Irish. I never read anything from Thomas Dalton rubbishing them

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  5. On 16 May, Alison Chabloz is still in prison. But for Ian, we would not even have known that her release on tag was ordered by a judge on 29 April. We know from Ian also that her actual release is being held up by a ‘wrangling’ about her bail conditions. That wrangling has now gone on for over two weeks. No doubt its perpetuation is orchestrated by the CAA psychos. The stunning thing is that they can do this. Alison’s legal team has no power to intervene. Its role does not extent beyond her representation in court. This is very convenient for the psychos.

    Is Alison’s present predicament arranged for their convenience? It must be. Otherwise, why is she in it? It is certainly not of her own making. So of whose making is it? The CAA psychos could not have constructed it without the help of someone who can. Who, pray, might that be? Worse: who gives a damn? And there’s the rub.

    Alison rocketed to prominence in Revisionist/Nationalist circles as soon as she hit that scene. Her personal charm, prodigious musical gifts and fervent commitment to the cause of Truth and of Nationalism has brought her international fame. Strangely though, her staunch fans are the international (not the national!) ones. Nationally, she has suffered the ugliest conceivable attacks *from within*. Those attackers have not yet sheathed their knives. English Nationalism/Revisionism, clean your house out! Alison has done more for the cause in this country off her own bat than anyone before her or since. (My due respect to Laura and Sam, however. God bless.)

    In the meantime, Alison’s Crown Court appeal of the court decision of which a part was her present imprisonment is to take place on 3-4 June. How is she to prepare for that … from prison perhaps, while the ‘wrangling’ over her bail terms continues? Then on 1 September there is her new s.127 charge. Will ‘the movement’ raise its voice? Can it?

    Thank you, Ian, for your sterling work.

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    1. Sophie:
      Thank you.

      I cannot say whether Alison’s formerly-anticipated early release has been held up by “CAA” machinations or not. I should not be surprised were I to discover that they have made attempts, at least. They are active “behind the scenes”, especially as regards Alison.

      I do know that persons well-informed were expecting her early release over two weeks ago, so something has gone wrong, it seems.

      If Alison has to serve the sentence until the halfway mark (minus 4 days and part-days spent in prison in 2020 prior to successful appeal), her earliest release date would be 28 May 2021, 9 days from today. It is still possible, however, that she might be released earlier, monitored via an electronic tag.

      I seem to recall from my Bar pupillage in 1992 that days in custody and at trial *were* taken off sentence terms to be served. I am told that that is not, now, the case, anyway.

      As far as I know, Alison should be released at least 5 days prior to her appeal hearing.

      Finally, I did not say, I think, that a judge *ordered* Alison’s release on tag; I believe that a judge (I think the Crown Court judge at her unsuccessful bail application) said that she *should* be released on the following day. That, as far as I know, was a judicial *observation* rather than a court *order*.

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