For once, a few words of truth from an msm outlet about migration invasion:
Is that tweeter wrong?
The Taliban may be barbarians, but they are not the only barbarians…
Professor Haushofer is said to have believed that control of the Central Asian space conferred mastery of the world. No clear sign of that so far. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Haushofer.
Haushofer’s theory does work, however, if Central Asia is used merely as the notional centrepoint of a Eurasian superstate comprised of Northern and Central Europe, Scandinavia, Finland, Russia/Siberia, and the more northerly of the other Russophone regions, notably Kazakhstan.
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Worth reading that thread. Interesting both from the historical point of view, and from the scientific-medical perspective.
I could not personally imagine ever having a dog, but they are remarkable and loyal creatures. Cats are, of course, a royal tribe…
Even Lenin had a cat when living in the Kremlin:
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“Boris”, of course, has repeatedly said that this would never happen. Has that part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer ever told the truth?
…and answer came there none…
“Free Speech Union”. Laurence Fox (catspaw). Toby Young. Nigel Farage. UKIP. Brexit Party. Katie Hopkins. Breitbart. “Prison Planet” Watson. Others.
The “JQ” is always the touchstone.
True, but “those in glass houses…”
Kermode is just one example, perhaps typical, of a certain type of person favoured by the msm, especially the BBC. We must eventually have a massive cultural purge in the UK: the BBC, Sky, ITV, comedians, TV people, ad agency people etc. An Augean Stables situation.
Still, while not being terribly interested in the topic of rock and roll, I daresay that the fame of Eric Clapton will long outlive that of Mark Kermode. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Clapton, and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Kermode; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Kermode#Personal_life
Incidentally, Kermode’s reference to 1976 seems to be covered as follows: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Clapton#%22Keep_Britain_White%22.
I have never met either of the above people, am not hugely interested in either, and am not (as such) biased in favour of either, though in the interests of “transparency” I suppose that I should add that, in the 1990s, I did know someone who had been friendly with Clapton and his Italian then girlfriend.
Usually-reliable sources report that, though still incarcerated at Bronzefield Prison (near Heathrow), Alison is in excellent spirits.
Alison has apparently just been transferred to a different wing of the prison. She has a cell of her own, which contains, inter alia, a new mattress and a television which receives 30 channels, as well as all UK radio stations.
Alison’s cell door remains open all day, she can come and go as she pleases, and can shower, or go out for fresh air, whenever she wants.
One amusing point: it seems that a prisoner recognized Alison from last year and that, as a result, Alison was introduced to a number of other prisoners, who asked her to perform her songs. This resulted in what perhaps could be described as a general “sing-song”, the prisoners singing along with Alison. Pity that it could not have been filmed and distributed on social media. That would have made “you know who” (((s))) fume!
In other Alison Chabloz news, her upcoming trial has been deferred to a later date. It had been set down for today, 1 September 2021, with a time estimate of one day. That date was vacated recently. Now it seems that the trial will be held on a later date, if the matter proceeds at all.
News from the “panicdemic”
So only a third or so of the people of Europe are awake.
So much for the Gulf Arabs. Just useless and cowardly hypocrites, whose micro-“states” do not deserve to survive.
Better idea than saving a statue— get rid of those individuals, groups, and types who want to destroy our history, race and culture, and are working towards our annihilation.
37,000+?! How many “interpreters” etc did the UK have in Afghanistan? This is just more migration-invasion. I reluctantly agree to the evacuation of a relative few ex-collaborators and their families, on the ground of honour and loyalty (they could perhaps be funded to make a fresh start outside the UK, and outside Europe, in a more suitable region and jurisdiction), but not to this nonsense.
On the wider point, the Western allies have deserted many of those who worked with them in Afghanistan. The USA, as main component in the occupation, has shown itself to be unreliable and, indeed, disloyal. A matter which may prove to be a strategic error of large proportions.
This needs to become the norm in the UK as well.