Diary Blog, 25 August 2021, with more about Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion

Happened to see a tweet about the most recent Extinction Rebellion demonstrations (or should that be “tantrums”?):

I would not in general be much on the same page as Frank Furedi, or indeed radio loudmouth Julia Hartley-Brewer, whom I had to set straight once or twice when I had a Twitter account (a few malicious Jews managed to have me expelled in 2018), but “there is no religion higher than truth”, as they say…

I have blogged a few times about Extinction Rebellion in the past: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/16/the-extinction-rebellion-levellers/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/10/09/extinction-rebellion-greta-thunberg-cressida-dick-and-the-madness-of-protesting-crowds/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2020/09/08/diary-blog-8-september-2020-including-further-assessment-of-extinction-rebellion-as-well-as-of-tim-crosland-and-plan-b-etc/.

I have in the past also blogged about the connected lunacy of the “Greta Nut” hullabaloo: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/29/greta-thunberg-system-approved-wunderkind/.


Socio-political hypocrisy: there’s a lot of it about. Not that the phenomenon is new. For decades, there have been the pro-immigration and “refugees welcome” idiots and virtue-signallers; more often than not they live in leafy suburban areas where the effects of the UK migration-invasion have been muted, at least on the surface.

I myself recall a girlfriend of the 1980s who once said to me (we were certainly not ideologically completely compatible!) that the British people who did not want mass immigration were mostly those who did not like to see council houses going to immigrants instead of to them! A neat British way of bringing social snobbery into the discussion (something that we saw also in recent years in relation to Brexit: the Remainer mythus that pro-Brexit people were little more than British hillbillies).

Easy for a woman whose father, upon her return from living in a foreign capital, simply bought her a London house outright as a present, who got paid far more for occasional or part-time work than most people did for working full-time, and who also had considerable inheritance expectations, to express scarcely-veiled contempt for the poorer section of the British population.

She simply did not see that many poorer British people were and are angered by the way alien imports take British social housing. Not everyone can be housed just by asking their father to buy them a house!

Just yesterday it came to light that central government is helping local councils buy “large houses” so that Afghan families with 10 or 12 members can live in them. Most of those large houses will be in the more expensive neighbourhoods as well, so British people are going to be doubly cheated.

The British people will also end up working, and being taxed, so that the Afghans (and the rest) can live parasitically upon the Brits. The Afghans will mostly not even speak English, will mostly have no skills or qualifications, but will have (according to studies) a far lower average I.Q. than the British, and so will be just a drag or a millstone round the necks of the people of this country.

Tweets seen

…having abandoned their wives, children, and other dependants?

“Against stupidity, even the Gods struggle in vain” [Schiller, Die Jungfrau von Orleans].

Late afternoon music

More tweets

Reminiscent of Repin’s painting, The Reply of the Zaporozhie Cossacks to the Sultan of Constantinople

I hope that he, and all the animals, make it. They should be given priority.

Late tweets

How to characterize the Extinction Rebellion nonsense and demonstrations? “Woodstock with worry”?

The resistance movemet against the “panicdemic” is mutating into a resistance against other moves made by the international conspiracy.

In the recent Alison Chabloz appeal, the Crown Prosecution Service applied for an absurdly badly-drafted (well, is it a surprise? “Pay peanuts, get monkeys”) Criminal Behaviour Order against Alison. The judge apparently treated that with the contempt it deserved, and refused to make such an order. No doubt the application was suggested in some way by the malicious Jew-Zionists who are behind the whole persecution (and prosecutions) of Alison Chabloz.

Late music

7 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 25 August 2021, with more about Extinction Rebellion”

  1. Hello Ian: A couple of things. Considering as inevitable the arrival of those Afghan “refugees” there is something that gives me a perverse satisfaction. That is the housing of large Afghan families in nice upper-middle-class suburbs, where the majority of their inhabitants are obnoxious left-wing do-gooders. Let’s see how they like to have those savages next door!

    Secondly. I didn’t know about that man called Pen Farthing. Wonderful bloke! I have seen good news regarding him and his animals. It seems he will be able to bring all his animals! Here is the link:



    1. Claudius:
      Re. the purchase of expensive housing for Afghans, I do hear what you say!…

      Re. Pen Farthing, in conditions of near-chaos, as seem to pertain at Kabul Airport, God knows what will happen. Getting UK Govt. approval might be the easiest part…Still, my thoughts go with him and the 200 animals.


  2. Re. Afghan Migrants: My local authority has just announced this it will be “welcoming” four families from Afghanistan. It doesn’t sound much but when you consider an “average” Afghan family can consist of between seven and twelve people then you can understand the concern! If people want to know about, Afghans then I suggest they watch the film “The man who be King” with Sean Connery and Michael Caine – quite illuminating! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjAi5ER5FOU


    1. Watcher:
      I know that film. Based on a story by Kipling.

      A story told to me (about 40 years ago) about Afghanistan: before the present troubles, before indeed the Soviet invasion, in the 1970s, a friend of a friend was sent to Afghanistan as part of a UK Govt. aid programme. He was an architect.

      In those days, there was no civil war, and there was even limited tourism in Kabul. This architect was able to hire a car. He was interested in some of the fortified houses not far from Kabul. He drove out, saw an interesting house not far off the road, and went on foot to look at it.

      An old crazie, armed with a rifle of some sort, emerged from the house when the architect was still some distance away, and…opened fire. Opened fire on an obviously unarmed (and obviously European) visitor…

      The architect was able to scuttle to his car and drive off, further rounds being fired as he fled, but/and never forgot the experience. That is what you are dealing with, a people whose average IQ is only 4/5ths of the average British level.

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