4 August 2021
A very truncated blog post today (by reason of a computer connection problem), so I shall write a little tonight, then add more tomorrow.
While running a few errands yesterday (in the American phrase), I saw quite a few silly people still wearing masks even outdoors, including several people wearing them while walking on a clifftop overlooking the Channel! In a strong breeze of at least 15 mph, at that! I saw one family, a man, woman and two small children, all masked on the clifftop! They must have noticed my gaze, or realized the absurdity of their behaviour, because I noticed that when they walked back 10 minutes later, only the woman was still wearing the mask.
Admittedly, most people were not wearing the masks outdoors, but in a Tesco supermarket about 6 miles from my home, more wearing masks than not. However, no-one looked oddly at unmasked me, let alone said some, or any, virtue-signalling nonsense.
I get the impression that, now, the facemasks are less about any perceived (wrongly imagined) health benefits and more about saying “look, I am a member of the virtue-signallers’ tribe”…
Oddly, in view of the fact that most Jews (at least on Twitter) seem to be facemask zealots, I saw a horrible-looking Jewish woman unmasked; not at that supermarket, but in a large village somewhat inland; she was with not only three small children (one actually wearing one of those skullcaps…a yarmulka?), but also two even younger ones, pushed in a double pushchair. None were masked, in fact. An unpleasant sight all the same. An unusual thing to see in this part of the world.
Never believe anything “they” say…
Having said that, I wonder whether Israel can be eliminated within the next, say, 10 years? If so, the centre of the worldwide web would be gone. That would certainly be strategically-good news.
Society is moving towards the individual becoming totally dependent on centralized control.
5 August 2021
Now that Fiona Onasanya is no longer an MP, Claudia Webbe may be the flag-carrier for thick-as-two-short-planks non-white female MPs in the Commons. Painfully thick.
Those three cities have a combined population of over 13 million, over half of the entire population of Australia.
…and her finger on the trigger…
I was blogging about this 2 years ago, when the first Boris Johnson Cabinet was announced.
Imagine what might be getting injected into the populations of the Western world by 2022, 2023, and later…
When the country is under occupation and alien rule, rebellion is a duty.
Ha. Quite. Seems that the holes in cloth masks are 500,000x the size of “Covid-19” particles. In other words, facemasks are all but pointless. The main reason millions of “rabbits” are still wearing them (many even outside!) is because those deluded people want to proclaim that they are members of the tribe and/or good compliant citizen-serfs.
A couple of days ago, I saw two teenage girls, maybe 16-17, talking on the high street of a small town. Strong sunshine, a fairly strong breeze, no people anywhere near them either, and they were both wearing facemasks! One black mask and one polka dot mask. The masks did not match their outer clothing, anyway! Why were they behaving like that? God knows. Social conditioning. MSM conditioning. Such people are beyond reach. I drove on, shaking my head…
The illicit purported “laws” are now in place. Should the government of clowns want to mandate facemasks again, say in November, or December, 2021, and on some spurious biosecurity ground, they will be able to do so, and millions of citizen-serfs will obey, at once.
“Bronco Bullfrog@BroncoBullfrog_·Replying to @jackscht and @MaierVivThis is the tiny memorial to honour the British men and women killed by Zionist terrorists in Palestine. It was funded by the families of those killed because the British government refused to pay for it.”
That Jewess at bottom right is now the Israeli Ambassador in London!
[note: the tweet seems to have been removed]
I think that we know that, almost certainly, what is now starting can only end one way…
Alok Sharma MP, born in Agra (India). Went to my own former school (Reading Blue Coat School, Sonning, Berkshire) but a decade or so after me.
I agree…(the American phrase, though, is “don’t get mad— get even”…)
In the end, only a synthesis of old-style National Socialism with new social nationalism, the better aspects of old-style socialism, and the less raw aspects of private enterprise, all combined in a new way, can save Europe now.
6 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 4-5 August 2021”
Hello Ian: I am sorry about your experience with that “horrible-looking Jewish woman”, in her case the mask would have been an improvement! (LOL). I have to tell you that here in Argentina the situation is awful. 95% of the people I come across on the street are wearing face-nappies!
These imbeciles make me mad! I have seen bastards putting these horrible and fairly tight masks on their little children! The most infuriating aspect of this is that the masks are not compulsory, the morons wear them out of sheer stupidity and fear!
Anyway, changing the subject I have a book to recommend to you, Robert Massie’s “Peter the Great”.
Thank you for the fantastic music you upload!
Thank you. As far as that ghastly Jewish woman is concerned, I did not (and had no reason to) speak to her (needless to say). Not a very aesthetic sight, though.
Thanks for the book recommendation.
Thanks also for the comment re. my music. Some people think that I should not bother to post music, but the blog is like a “radio station” for me, so I post music that I like and that I think others might like. Some composers are very neglected, often unjustly, and I would place in that category Hanson, Ivanovs, Lyatoshinsky and (less neglected in the UK at least) Arnold Bax, among others.
Why shouldn’t you “bother” to post music? What a silly observation!
Talking about posting things. How can I send you a picture? I mean I built up a large database of European paintings (1600-1900) and I have many beautiful pictures worth showing and sharing.
PS: How funny your use of the word “ghastly”, so English and old-fashioned. It reminds me of British period-dramas set in the late 19th century.
If you are on Twitter, you could post them there.