Diary Blog, 14-15 September 2021

14 September 2021

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15 September 2021

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To me, it seems highly unlikely that a secret organization as notoriously efficient and skilled as MOSSAD would employ persons likely to behave in such a fashion. Still, you never know how people will react in sudden and unexpected situations (though, here, the contention is that the attack was not unexpected).

A fact that the “refugees welcome” idiots prefer not to confront.

Not only hypocrites but pretty silly people. We are ruled by idiots.

The Anglophone West is becoming a kind of dystopian zoo; especially in the world of mass media and supposed “celebrity” etc. Hollywood is the centre for much of that. Who runs Hollywood? That’s right…

Patton may, however, have been unaware of the transnational conspiracy that flew above the (on some levels, real) disagreement between “capitalist” West and “socialist” or “state capitalist” East; that “disagreement” became the Cold War after 1945, but trade and banking etc still carried on between East and West, as it had done since the Soviet Union was established. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_S._Patton

Looks as though Patton gradually woke up, though: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=George_S._Patton&action=edit&section=4#Antisemitic_views

Patton was killed, according to the official version, in a road crash, though later books and films have speculated that his death was an assassination disguised as a car crash (cf. the death of Princess Diana).

Patton seems to have been a strange mixture of erudition and ignorance (his views about Russians were ludicrously inaccurate), intelligence, pigheadedness, and a real but almost vulgarly-accentuated physical courage.

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“Journalists” (TV and radio talking heads, and newspaper scribblers) know what not to ask these days…

Those who need to take note of those sentiments include the UK police, Bar, and judiciary.

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[Wanda Landowska and Tolstoy in 1907, probably at Yasnaya Polyana]

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My assessment of Gavin Williamson, from over two years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/02/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-gavin-williamson-story/.

Williamson, Buckland, and Jenrick: deadheads all. As far as that little pissant Jenrick is concerned, he is almost a clone of Keir Starmer in some ways: married to a Jewish woman lawyer, and their children being brought up as Jewish.

Jenrick is completely tied up with Jewish speculators of various kinds, especially in the area of property and land speculation.

It will be recalled that it was Jenrick who was instrumental in denying Westminster Council its right to refuse the placing of a hugely ugly Jew-Zionist “holocaust” visitor attraction on the pleasant little park next to the Palace of Westminster; even some Zionist Jews opposed it for various reasons. Jenrick was also the one responsible for approving the planning application.

Late tweets seen

Rise above the noisy din and nonsense to see the big picture— a conspiratorial attempt to create a biosecurity police state across the Western world by 2022, the first year of the next 33-year historical cycle.

I have no idea who that monkey is, but he looks evil.

Jeremy Vine is a typical mediocre msm drone. Look at his background: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremy_Vine. Knows the right people, makes the right noises, so gets hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, from BBC, as well as private work alongside…

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17 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 14-15 September 2021”

    1. Claudius:
      Thank you. Yes, you only hear of *Jews* supposedly dispossessed, by the Reich, usually.

      When it comes to those “dispossessed” Jews, incidentally, what is rarely mentioned is that, in many cases, they acquired their art treasures during the hyperinflation of the early 1920s, by using hard currency from overseas.

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      1. Ian: Yes, you are right. In fact, many Jewish great art collections were based on Russian imperial art treasures (mainly paintings, sculptures, silver and furniture) sold by the Bolsheviks desperate for cash. The best example of this is the now dispersed art collection of Armand Hammer a most obnoxious character who posed as an “art lover and philanthropist” (as most Jewish billionaires do)

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      2. Hello Ian! There is a very interesting book about this bastard: “The Dark Side of Power: The Real Armand Hammer” by Carl Blumay and Henry Edwards. The former worked for Hammer for 20 years as Director of Public Relations, so he knew him very well and it is very clear he does not like him… (LOL)

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    1. Watcher:
      I have seen tweets and news reports about GB News. I have to admit that I have not actually watched GB News; I apprehend that I am not alone in that.

      As you say, Neil was probably hopeful about GB News but now realizes that it has failed to take off.

      I did venture to write, a few weeks ago, that it would be gone within 6 months. Just a feeling, but probably right.

      There is *one* way in which GB News might survive, just as UKIP might have survived had it tried it— to ditch the neo-“Conservative” stuff and go all out for social nationalism. However, I expect that (((infested))) OFCOM would pull the plug, were that to happen.

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  1. Good observations about Patton, a very contradictory character. He was well-read and fairly sensitive in some aspects and, at the same time, a rude bully. There is something VERY strange about his death, although the thesis proposed by the author of the book “Target Patton” is ludicrous. He even said that the Russians were involved! (LOL)

    In my opinion, Patton was his own worst enemy, a real hothead who could not keep his mouth shut. (Look who is talking! LOL). Although he was warned and even told-off by Eisenhower, he kept hammering on, it was just a matter of time for him to be fired or else…

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    1. I wonder if Boris is not having an affair with “Pretty Useless” Patel. So far she has survived in spite of lots of cock-ups, why is Boris protecting her?
      OK, I must admit I was joking about the affair, but is really incredible that she has survived so far. On the other hand, this re-shuffle is: “Let’s change some things so everything will remain the same”

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      1. Claudius:
        The reshuffle may be a distraction exercise. The Government has hit choppy waters: the “panicdemic” lockdown/shutdown has cost vast amounts. “National Insurance” (a misnamed tax levy) is going to rise, hitting lower-paid people. At the same time, Universal Credit (a form of social security) is being cut back.

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      2. I think the situation is hopeless, not only in the UK but also here where we have a government as useless and corrupt as Boris’ own. However, we shall not see a national up-rising as the majority of people are too lazy and coward. Things will have to get much worse, and I believe they will.

        Changing to a pleasant subject. Do you like French films? I mean the classic ones from let’s say 1950 to 1970. I remember some excellent films from that era with Jean Gabin, Lino Ventura and a young Alain Delon.

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      3. Claudius:
        There are some French films of that era that I like. Le Samourai (Alain Delon), and of course Rififi.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Samoura%C3%AF.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rififi

        I recall seeing one film in the 1970s, set in the Camargue. A mother and daughter live in an isolated Camarguaise house. A youngish man comes there unexpectedly. He stays and works there. It eventually emerges that he is a fugitive. He starts an affair with the daughter. As the film continues, the heat becomes oppressive, unbearably humid, equinoctial. He finally also has an affair with the mother, as the weather breaks and the summer comes to an end. Everything comes to a denouement.

        A very good film, but I cannot recall the name, and have been unsuccessful in finding it online.

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  2. The departure of the useless Andrew Neil (another fake as his friend Nigel Farage) is something to celebrate. I hope the pseudo-patriotic GB News (a controlled opposition outlet if ever was one) will implode in the coming weeks. GB News tried to be the British equivalent to FOX News and/or Alex Jones (both of them controlled opposition as well) but it never took off. Good riddance!

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