Diary Blog, 30 September 2021

Fuel shortage

Within a 6-mile radius of my present home, I can think of at least 2 petrol stations that have closed even in the past decade. That may seem a small number, but the number thus remaining is only 4, so a third of them have gone even since about 2011.

Labour Party

The Labour Party has now been retaken by the Jewish lobby and its puppets. Israel has probably spent millions on this. Not that I ever gave much credence to “Momentum” (a pressure group owned outright by a limited company owned by a couple of Jews), or indeed to Corbyn.

Below, Israeli Intelligence and Israeli Embassy official Shai Masot discusses a one-million-pound political slush fund with moneygrubbing expenses cheat and (now removed) Labour MP, Joan Ryan, a one-time head of Labour Friends of Israel:

and, below, Shai Masot again, this time talking to Maria Strizzolo, then a civil servant and one of Masot’s agents in the Conservative Party milieu:

Lisa Nandy marks her own card; openly supporting the former so-called “MP for Tel Aviv” (or one of them). In fact, Louise Ellman is no longer an MP, and is now 75 years of age: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louise_Ellman.

What I fear is that the Boris-idiot regime is just so incompetent and ridiculous that Labour, though a total fake, will be able to come back from near-extinction, bearing in mind that we live under a completely rigged and basically binary electoral system; and then impose a similar and possibly worse regime (though frankly, could it be worse? That is what many voters may think by ?2023 or 2024).

For me, one or both, or all three System parties have to be taken down. Labour is now the weaker of the main two.

I wonder, though, whether voters will flock back to Labour, with its open support for mass immigration, desire to further squash free speech, and with its 2010-style “austerity” programme akin to that of the pre-Boris “Conservatives” (and so on).

Other tweets seen

Alison Chabloz

Usually-reliable sources say that persecuted singer-songwriter and satirist, Alison Chabloz, will be released from prison today. Good luck to her in her endeavours. What kind of country imprisons people for criticizing the behaviour of malicious and exploitative groups, or for singing satirical songs?

[Alison Chabloz]

Nicolas Sarkozy

When I was (wrongfully) disbarred in late 2016, it was because I tweeted tweets (5 in number, in the end) considered to be too offensive. That despite the fact that all five tweets were entirely truthful, and commented on society and a few politicians. One was about Michael Gove; another was about Nicolas Sarkozy.

Sarkozy, a half-Jew, has now been convicted of corruption (with Jewish businessmen, though you will look in vain for that detail in the linked Daily Mail report…quelle surprise…). As the newspaper report says, his one-year sentence is to be served at his own home! The (((fix))) is certainly in, in France…https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10044901/French-ex-President-Nicolas-Sarkozy-guilty-illegal-campaign-financing.html.

Macron is no better. See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/.

France has had a big problem since the 19th Century; e.g. l’affaire Stavisky in the 1930s: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stavisky_affair

It will be recalled that Sarkozy was a leading promoter of the taking down of Gaddafi in Libya in 2012, and that Sarkozy collaborated on that with David Cameron-Levita (another part-Jew). Thus Europe is now flooded with African migrant-invaders, many of which come via Libya. It’s all connected…

Bernard-Henri Levy

Libya’s UN-recognised government has disavowed a visit by French writer Bernard-Henri Levy, a champion of the 2011 Nato intervention that helped topple the regime of Muammar Gaddafi and whose standing has plummeted since the uprising.

In 2011, Levy performed a key advisory role in the decision by the then French president, Nicholas Sarkozy, to join a Nato coalition supporting Libya’s rebels with air strikes against Gaddafi and his loyalists.” [Middle East Eye] https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/libya-france-writer-bernard-henry-levy-visit.

Levy“…Every. Single. Time… (and is “French” really the right description?).

More tweets

Stealth Covid passport-ism. The programme is pushing to get out, all the time.

Savitri Devi

The Savitri Devi Archive has announced its new website: https://savitridevi.org/.

https://savitridevi.org/welcome-to-the-new-savitri-devi-archive/

Well worth a visit.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savitri_Devi; https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-41757047; https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/450155.Savitri_Devi; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2016/11/17/social-nationalism-and-green-politics/.

[Savitri Devi]

Late tweets

Late music

12 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 30 September 2021”

    1. Claudius:
      The reason, I think, comes down to profit margins. There is little profit in selling a gallon of fuel at retail level. The large companies make most of their profits further upstream. Therefore, the small independent petrol stations, which rely entirely on retail sales of fuel (supplemented only by sales of whatever they stock in their shops) are operating very much on the fringe of profitability.

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