Diary Blog, 12 October 2021, including further thoughts about UK party politics

The present state of play re. the main System parties

What does it take to displace the part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer presently posing as Prime Minister? What does it take to depose the present “Conservative” government? Mass riots in the streets? Plagues of locusts? The waters of the Thames at Westminster turning blood-red?

So here we have Britain, and more particularly England, not only with recent petrol shortages (though I think that that particular storm has now broken and abated), but also with shortages of foodstuffs in the supermarkets, the NHS operating on a kind of skeleton basis, migration-invasion in the Channel continuing unchecked, and inflation (one of the entirely-foreseeable consequences of the 2020-21 Treasury Covid cash “giveaway”) rapidly increasing.

Even that is not a complete list. The HS2 vanity rail project continuing, with huge environmental loss, unemployment likely to increase before long despite recent optimistic figures, housing becoming even more of an issue, and no serious attempt to reform social care for the aged and infirm. A general slow slide in standards across the board.

All that (and more— think cronyism and corruption), yet Labour under Keir Starmer makes very little headway. Why?

In fact there have been a few opinion polls, over the past 6 months, placing Labour alongside or even ahead of the Conservatives, but not many. In any event, the leader of a party is arguably the most important factor in any general election in the UK.

Starmer’s strong suits? “Cares about people“; “in touch [with the masses]”. I seem to remember that Jeremy Corbyn scored even better on those aspects, not long before Labour crashed at the 2019 General Election.

Exactly. That last tweeter has hit the nail on the head. There has to be a coherent plan to solve the problems of the UK. Not an over-detailed “fully costed” accountant’s plan, but a general yet clear way forward. This is where Labour is failing.

As said previously by both me and others, Starmer’s appeal goes something like “we support the government’s reintroduction of 19thC workhouses, but they must be run more efficiently, fairer, while both wearing a facemask and bending the knee to the blacks.”

There is nothing much in Starmer-Labour to appeal to voters. What is offered is pretty much the same as offered by the Conservative Party: the same (or stricter) “virus” nonsense, the same (or stricter) real-terms cuts to State benefits and pensions, the same (or worse) mass non-white immigration.

In fact, Starmer-Labour’s only real points are “we would be more efficient than the Conservatives” (maybe, maybe not) and —Labour’s best point— “we are not the Conservative Party“. Labour hopes that, in a binary political system, enough people will want “Boris” out for them to vote Labour. Doubtful.

As a strategy, the above is pretty pathetic, but it is all that they have.

Tweets about the party-political state of play

Maybe so, but the Conservative Party is very entrenched in England, especially in most of the south of England. A diminution of support from voters would have to be large to have any effect at all on the overall state of play.

Incredible, looking at the mess the “Boris” NWO/ZOG regime is producing, but perception is all. For many voters, Labour still looks hopeless on the economy, even if it is no worse than the present pack of idiots.

Of course, Labour is now again under the thumb of the Jewish lobby (Starmer himself has a Jewish wife, and their children are being brought up as if fully-Jewish), but that fact alone does not make Labour any more pro-Jewish lobby or pro-Israel than the completely-suborned Conservative Party, 80% of the MPs of which belong to Conservative Friends of Israel.

In any case, for most voters, all that is “caviar to the general”, meaning over their heads. No significant political resonance.

Morning music

More tweets

I wonder whether there will be a “mass disobedience” event, as thousands start setting off fireworks in Trafalgar Square and Whitehall. That would have its “health and safety” risks, but would also be exciting.

As I have repeatedly blogged and (before the Jews removed my Twitter account in 2018) tweeted, what is happening is the preparation of NWO/ZOG for the next 33-year cycle, from 2022 to 2055. It is now in preparation.

Remember 1989, the last such key year? The older readers of my blog will. Socialism collapsed openly (having been collapsing for years) that year. The Berlin Wall came down. The socialist states of Europe became effectively finance-capitalist. Even the Soviet Union itself, though it limped on in name for another two years.

This seemed to be relatively quick, but had been in preparation for years. When Gorbachev came to the UK in, I think, 1984, and “Madame Hatchet” (Margaret Thatcher) proclaimed him as someone “with whom the West could do business”, that was a statement of literal truth.

In China, after 1989, socialism also collapsed, though some outward forms were kept up (the same was true of Cuba, Vietnam etc).

Now the international conspiracy-consensus is moving to its next 33-year agenda. By 2055, the world around us will be at least as different from today as 2021 is from 1988.

We have every right to do whatever we like, or have to, in order to reclaim our birthright.

Afternoon music

Note that, on YouTube, the above audio post has had over 6,000 positive votes since May of this year, with only 112 negative votes…

Late tweets

Little Matt Hancock got his reward from the transnational conspiracy, it seems.

I am tempted to say “the whoosh and rattle as the guillotine claims another victim“!…but I suppose “the sound of the wind in the walnut trees” is more poetic…

Jedem das Seine…to each, his own.

Late music

6 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 12 October 2021, including further thoughts about UK party politics”

    1. Watcher:
      I am probably not very knowledgeable on Tolkien, but my understanding is that his fictional languages (and peoples) were based around the branches of the Ur-European or Indo-European languages and peoples, and especially those of Scandinavia and the Western Celts.

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    1. Watcher:
      Yes. The social collapse of the UK has been relatively slow. That is why there has been relatively little resistance or pushback. All the same, compare the UK now to what it was in 1971! The country has (overall) slid down that slippery slope to a horrifying dystopia. Not there yet, at least only in part, but —as you say— God knows what the UK will be like in 20-30 years’ time, if nothing happens to stop the slide. I shall probably not be around to see it. For that I am thankful.

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