Diary Blog, 6 October 2021

David Lammy

I was just laughing again at the following clip from Mastermind:

Lammy is no mastermind! His Wikipedia entry is too kind to him, and shows (yet again) the error of relying too much on superficial paper qualifications. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Lammy.

I first posted the above clip about 6 months ago, and then wrote that, “Good grief! Someone sent me the clip below. I knew that Lammy was/is a deadhead, and in fact I have been meaning for a long time to add an assessment of him to my “Deadhead MPs” series, but…well, see for yourself!” and “People will say, “oh, but he is a barrister, has several degrees etc”…yes, and one of the most stupid (and ignorant) people I ever met was a former Sierra Leone diplomat, a High Commissioner to the UK when in London, and ambassador to some other state. That African had degrees from one of the most famous English universities, one from the Sorbonne, one from either Harvard or Yale (I forget).” Then I added, “Imagine Lammy as either Lord Chancellor or Attorney-General! Still, now that Keir Starmer is running what is left of Labour into the ground, such appointment is unlikely.”

Well, Lammy is still only Shadow Lord Chancellor, thank God. All the same, he is now both a member of the Privy Council and a Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn, my own old Inn, from which I was formally expelled, by default, after a pack of Jews procured my —wrongful— disbarment in 2016: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

Britain is now mainly a crazy, multikulti, mess.

Vigil

I am currently watching a British drama called Vigil: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vigil_(TV_series). Fairly well done, but sadly with flaws typical of the contemporary UK msm.

The most obvious box-tick is the number of blacks and browns in leading roles: the captain of the nuclear submarine Vigil is a black, while the medical officer on board is an (?) Indian woman. Ashore, about half the Scottish (Glasgow) police detectives are non-white, and of the two main MI5 officers in the drama, one is seemingly Pakistani or something else.

Another box-tick is that, of the two women police detectives, the older one, a grieving quasi-widow, has a lesbian affair with the other. Well, such things happen, and there are, no doubt, both Glasgow detectives and naval officers (and MI5 personnel) who are non-white. In such proportion, though? In every TV drama?

That kind of social engineering via TV drama is now ubiquitous: see my blog post from a few years ago https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/.

That propaganda is not aimed primarily at people of my age (65) but at young people and, indeed, children (whatever and whenever the “watershed” is supposed to be). It is basically subliminal normalization propaganda feeding into the screen of false “reality” promoting the “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan”: see https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_von_Coudenhove-Kalergi.

A few other points about Vigil caught my attention. The GRU officer caught in Glasgow was interviewed about a murder (in which he was the only obvious suspect) without a lawyer present (despite having asked for one), and apparently without having been cautioned, and the interview was plainly not being taped (as far as I could see). At least three serious breaches of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, aka PACE. Not very good for a “police procedural” type of drama.

Again, the GRU [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GRU] officer under diplomatic cover, caught in Glasgow in activities “incompatible with his diplomatic status”, did not, on being caught, immediately proclaim his diplomatic status (and so immunity); neither did he demand to be released at once, or to have contacted for him the Russian Consulate, as a real one would have done.

Not that such “demands” are always treated respectfully. When I myself was arrested (or as the Egyptian army and secret police said repeatedly, “not arrested”) in Alexandria in 1998, and held for about 11 hours by Egyptian Army intelligence/security and then the Mukhabarat (secret police), I asked repeatedly for the British Consul, only to be told (also repeatedly) that I was “not arrested”, but just “answering a few questions“, or “a few more questions“; also, that “the Consul will be very busy…“, and “the Consul is only for the most serious cases…you do not want to be treated as a serious case, do you?“…

Well, if you put it like that

I should point out that I was in fact not a British (or other) intelligence officer, or agent for that matter, and was simply a tourist or visitor who had been the victim of “a series of unfortunate events”. See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/03/07/when-i-was-not-arrested-in-egypt/.

Still, and despite the foregoing, Vigil is not bad, and I shall probably see that last episode today.

Morning music

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drake%27s_Drum]

Tweets seen

In a sense, execution is too quick for those and similar monsters. The best thing that can be done to prevent such crimes is to ensure that such creatures cannot be born in the first place.

Quite. A silly fellow making a pointless and silly (and ahistorical) protest, but why should he not be allowed to do so? The present Home Secretary is an ever-more ballooning Indian woman of surpassing stupidity, incompetence, and ignorance (as well as being, effectively, an agent of Israel). Put that on your placard, you idiot!

More idiots. These ones are so ineffective and ridiculous that they cannot even be said to be “controlled opposition”. Just 5-minutes-of-fame (15 would be too long) political bad jokes. The Monster Raving Loonies are at least amusing when they show up.

What horrible ugly alien monsters.

I do not know what is more disturbing, that half-Jew office bully Raab is spouting “woke” nonsense, or that someone who has attended both Oxford and Cambridge universities, and is —even if ludicrously— presently Lord Chancellor, does not know the meaning of the word “misogyny”. Another sign of the times?

I now see that I am not alone in having noticed Raab’s apparent ignorance: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/oct/06/dominic-raab-confuses-meaning-of-misogyny-in-bbc-interview.

Blair after a partial (?) lobotomy.

I suppose that one could take issue with the first part of Griffin’s tweet: it was not the State ownership of the means of production that crippled socialist economies, but the fact that the State, the political sphere if you like, operated companies etc, in other words made all the important decisions. Admittedly, in many such cases that will be the same as “ownership”.

It is noteworthy that Jews in the UK are among the most fervent supporters of Covid vaccination(s) and vaccines, the facemask nonsense, and all the repressive measures introduced by this crazed government of clowns since early 2020. I am not sure exactly why that should be, but it is a fact that I have noticed. Also, the pro-EU hard-core “Remainers” seem to be facemask zealots etc. Again, hard to see why, unless it is a wish to not have to think for themselves. Preparation of future karma?

Sometimes, I can see why people less polite than me want to kick in the heads of some members of the Parliamentary monkeyhouse… The sheer cheek of many MPs infuriates many members of the public and —in my view— rightly so.

Look at this cretin!

This is him: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Bottomley. A total nonentity.

Admittedly, £81,000 is not a fortune these days, especially when taxable etc, but bearing in mind that average UK pay is only about £31,000 (and the median far less even than that, and less again if those dependent on State benefits and pensions are included), I doubt that many will think MPs are hard done by. Even less so when one considers how many have other sources of income, such as second jobs, “consultancy” “work”, money from scribbling or being TV talking heads etc; not to mention the very many who have large monies via inheritances.

Many MPs are also buy-to-let parasites.

In the end, MPs are volunteers. If they think that they are worth more than £81K p.a., let them go and get it on the open market. Few can do so, which is why so many are found sinecures in state employment, or in quangosw (via cronyism) when they lose their seats.

As Hitler said, “dirty democratic politicians“…

Late tweets

A complete puppet of NWO/ZOG.

Hm. Cherilyn Mackrory. I had not previously encountered that particular cretin. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherilyn_Mackrory; https://www.cherilynmackrory.org.uk/about-cherilyn.

If I can find out anything at all interesting about her, I may induct her into my “Deadhead MPs” series.

Speaking of cretins, look at Gove’s latest exhibition:

Late music

8 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 6 October 2021”

  1. Hello Ian! Lots of interesting stuff today! For the moment I would like to mention something rather weird that I found reading Thomas Erskine’s biography in Wikipedia:

    “Erskine was admitted as a student of Lincoln’s Inn on 26 April 1775. He discovered that the period of study required before being called to the Bar could be reduced from five years to three for holders of a degree from Oxford or Cambridge universities. He therefore on 13 January 1776 entered himself as a gentleman commoner on the books of Trinity College, Cambridge where, as the son of an earl, he was entitled to gain a degree without sitting any examinations.”

    Fancy that! (A) The period of study being cut from 5 to 3 years! (B) Because your father is an earl you do not have to pass any examinations (That is “privilege” with capital P!) Those were the good old days! (for the sons of earls!) LOL

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    1. Claudius:
      Thank you. I knew none of that.
      These things were reformed in the late 19th Century, I think, as were other British institutions: Bar, solicitors, civil service, Army commissions etc.

      You may or may not know that, until WW2, it was quite the done thing for the *most* gilded youth (probably a few percent of the students) at Oxford and Cambridge to “come down” (leave) from the University a week *before* the final exams. They were not entitled to a degree, but did not care. It was more important to show that the degree was not required in their lives (because they would inherit great estates).

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      1. Hello again! Thank you for that observation about the young men from titled families who did not finish their studies; something really stupid considering the years invested in them.

        Having said that, I noticed that some noblemen did become barristers but most of them did not practice the Law. I wonder if they did it just to please their families as they did not need an income.

        In fact, when I think of it there was a similar pattern here in Argentina during the golden age of the landed gentry (1880-1930). Many members of the ruling class became solicitors, some practised the law others did not. I suppose that to have a degree was just a matter of prestige.

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  2. Just a comment about France. I visited yesterday the website of a famous chateau and I was surprised (and very angry) to read that visitors had to produce a “pass sanitaire” (vaccine passport) and must wear face diapers. Since the chateau in question is owned by an old family and therefore not run by the state I was shocked they are enforcing these hateful rules.

    I was wrong. The chateau de Haroue was declared National Monument in 1990 and as such is under the control of the National Monuments Centre which is run/controlled by the Ministry of Culture, therefore the state!

    I don’t believe in protests or marches, they don’t achieve anything. However, a national movement of resistance could be the answer. The “Yellow Vests” forced Macron to cancel many reforms he intended to do. Unfortunately, there was no political agenda behind these people, neither good leaders.

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    1. Claudius:
      Yes, there has to be a “revolutionary situation”, but there also has to be both a credible movement and a credible leader. In Britain the social national milieu has no movement at all, and hence no leader. That may change, but little sign of it yet.

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