“One human soul is a big audience”
I have never been able to accurately source the above quotation. I thought St Thomas Aquinas [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Aquinas] or St. Dominic [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Dominic], but if I had only listened more closely when I first heard the saying, I would not have to speculate. That’s life…
The quotation has occurred to me a few times since I started writing this blog in late 2016. Yesterday, WordPress sent, not for the first time, an automated message saying “Your stats are booming! Ian Robert Millard is getting lots of traffic“, which was pleasing, but (as on previous occasions) I think it better to proceed as if the blog had but one reader each day, rather than (often) hundreds of individual readers over the course of any 24 hours.
Having said that, it is good to see the increase in readership since I started the blog in November 2016. The first two full years of the blog (calendar years 2017 and 2018) showed a readership about the same in both years, though marginally higher in 2017 compared to 2018. However, there was a 500% increase in 2019, then a further nearly 400% increase in traffic in 2020. At present, it looks as if traffic for 2021 will be at a similar level to that of 2020, in other words, nearly 7x that of 2017.
Reverting to the headline quotation, I should prefer my blog to influence only one reader who then goes out to change the world, than a thousand — or a million— for whom the blog is merely something to read for 5 minutes, and leading to no action.
An early blog post
I was looking at one of my first few blog posts, from November 2016: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2016/11/11/political-vacuum-in-england-and-wales/.
On the whole, that blog post, shorter than those I now put out, has aged well, though I was too optimistic in hoping that a nascent social-national movement would arise before 2020. In fact, there is still, in 2021, no obvious sign of one (I mean, of course, a credible one). The System’s fake “nationalist” parties headed by, mainly, Nigel Farage, i.e. UKIP and then Brexit Party, and now “Reform Party”, have prevented the birth of a proper social-national party.
We look now to the future. There is still all to play for.
If only the Second World War (involving the UK) had never started, or had ended (in the West) after Dunkirk (1940), or had ended later in the war, with an honourable armistice between the British Empire and the German Reich. Palestine would then never have fallen to the Jews (and the same or similar could be said of the UK).
In Palestine, there were Jews already living there in the 1930s, almost all of which Jews had arrived in the 20th century. Under British rule (the post-WW1 League of Nations Mandate), the Jews could not exercise supremacy over the Arabs, so they started to conspire against their British rulers, a process that continued even during WW2, and led (after the migration invasion of hundreds of thousands, then millions, of Jews into Palestine), to the establishment of the present State of Israel in 1948. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Israel#Illegal_Jewish_immigration_and_insurgency.
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“school kids“? Those untermenschen may be registered at some school or other, but basically are just what the South Africans used to call “skollies“, meaning bad n*****s…
Why are the people of the UK wasting taxpayers’ money trying to “educate” such untermenschen?
In the UK, there are elements that hate the British people, our race, our culture, our history— and they want to kill off all of us, one way or the other. The System is now on their side, looking at TV, film, books, and ads; and (((certain types))) support what amounts to “white genocide” against white Northern Europeans by non-whites, including (((those others))).
As to the specific criminals shown in the clip, we all know that, even if identified, they will face no, or no real, sanction. I could suggest a better idea, but in our “free” country (that MPs have been spouting about for several days now), I am not allowed to express it, let alone carry it out.
Ecce the part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer now posing as the “Prime Minister” of this country…
and said alleged-wig-wearing “science popularizer” is all in favour of mass immigration to Europe, a fact that is more likely to wipe out decent European civilization than anything else at present…
In any case, Professor Cox is, in my view, wrong when he ascribes “meaning” only to human entities. It’s a theological point which Cox (an atheist) would simply dismiss as obscurantist, no doubt.
In the “Covid” “debate”, as in the “debate” about migration-invasion, those in favour of the “panicdemic” measures (the facemask nonsense, “vaccination” using untried vaccines and potions, “social distancing” etc), just as with those in favour of mass immigration, end up having to eat their own tail, like Chronos (or, if you like, have to go up their own ****), in the end.
…and the rest…
Lack of understanding? Labour and the British people
The Jewish scribbler, Nick Cohen, tries to understand why the voters prefer “an obvious phoney” like “Boris” to anything Labour can come up with. He points to the latest opinion poll on Westminster voting intention (Con 41%, Lab 31%, LibDem 9%, Green 8%, Reform UK 4%.
You can forget “Reform UK”, the latest Farage/Tice vehicle. Controlled opposition in the UKIP/Brexit Party mould.
As for Greens, they are largely for disaffected otherwise Labour voters.
The LibDems reprise their longstanding role as “third choice”/dustbin for protest votes not radical enough to go Green or somewhere else.
Nick Cohen ends, lamely, by writing “All of this pushes all of us in the anti-Johnsonian counter-culture back to asking the same, old question: how can this country be so stupid?“
In fact, the answer is simple. “Boris”, the part-Jew chancer, and his misnamed “Conservatives”, are not very popular. Their vote in 2019 was only marginally up on 2017. The absurd UK electoral system simply came up with three cherries, and an 80-seat majority.
What has happened, as I have blogged repeatedly for years, is not that the Conservatives are popular, but that Labour is unpopular. Its 8-point slide from 2017 to 2019 made the point, surely?
Labour was a party of the “working man”. Now, well look at their recent conference! A little monkey aged (?) 17 and three quarters, dressed in the kind of dungaree favoured by some feminist mothers, bleated about climate change…
Basically, Labour’s house, once built on granite foundations (the organized, unionized, British working classes) now rests on the shifting sands of a “precariat”, which precariat is a multi-ethnic, multikulti, almost cultureless mass of “gig workers”, unemployed or “furloughed” people, either not unionized or belonging to unions which have promotion of “anti-racism”, “anti-sexism” and LGBTXYZ as their main interests.
In other words, the British people have been squeezed out of Labour. Labour is now, as I have said for years, the party of the ethnic minorities and some public service people.
When British people look at Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer, and his thick and unpleasant deputy Angela Rayner, down on their knees to the “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, and wearing facemasks to boot, does it make British people want to vote Labour? I think not.
When British people look at the frighteningly uncultured, dim, MPs of Labour, particularly the black women such as Diane Abbott, Fiona Onasanya (now removed), Claudia Webbe (about to be removed), Dawn Butler etc, does it make them want to vote Labour? I think not.
So in the end, what remains of “Labour” offers almost the same as “Boris”-Conservatism: migration-invasion, poor pay, benefits, and pensions, the multikulti society writ larger even than under “Boris”, and…nothing much else.
Now that Israel-tool Starmer is leader, there is not even the idea that a vote for Labour might be a vote against Jewish Zionism.
The result is that Labour is a vote for almost no change, except even worse immigration invasion, and even stricter rules for both the workers and the (various types of) non-worker.
Roll over the bastards. One warning, then roll.
Interesting. Sounds credible to me. Hard to say.
The UK (((controlled))) police state. 2021.
13 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 19 October 2021”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfddokPIu8Q. Off topic: Priti Patel and Michael Gove Spitting Image! 😆
That moron (Brian Cox) who looks like a 30-years-old and thinks and acts like a 10-years-old is the official “great scientist/genius” of the English establishment. That tells you everything. (LOL)
I still do not understand why the obsession to destroy Assange who really did not do anything serious against ZOG or the JWO. I don’t get it. What is your opinion?
Re. Assange, I think that Wikileaks did point out the poison of Jewish Zionism in the West, seeping into everything. That may be part of the motivation for the concentrated persecution against him.
Had I been in his place, I would have waited in the embassy where he was sheltering for a while, maybe waited for months, and then tried to arrange an escape, either with help or alone. He was only one floor up from the ground, and had a balcony. True, there was often a policeman from the Diplomatic Protection Squad there, at the embassy door, but not always, I think. Maybe not in the early hours of the morning. Had Assange cash, he could have easily slipped out via a rope, or knotted sheet, and escaped into London. To the ground from the balcony was only about 15 feet. I have slid down a wall of 16 feet, with no rope, in the distant past— though I still have small (almost invisible) scars on one hand from that.
Security surveillance of Assange must have become lax over time.
Assange could have taken the police and MI5 by surprise (if en poste nearby, surveilling that embassy, which must be a possibility). Just slipped to the ground in 5 seconds, and then walked off to Knightsbridge (nearby) where there is both an Underground station and plenty of taxis, even at night. Some time around 0600 hrs might be good, in the winter, when it is still dark.
I think that Assange must have been able to call on helpers for accommodation.
What then? Well, maybe in the boot of a car to, say, Switzerland.
Just some thoughts…
Hello Ian: Thank you for the reply. Yes, it must be something like that, still, I don’t understand why they are so horrible to him when he never specifically mentioned or attacked (((them))). Anyway. Your idea about the escape sounds good and plausible. I think he believed he would never be betrayed as he was.
Changing the subject; here is a little German video (with English subtitles) about one of King Ludwig II’s fabulous castles. Perhaps it will interest you.
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Thank you. Spectacular.
I once went to a temporary exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, maybe around 1980: sketches and paintings done by architects and dreamers for Ludwig II. Some might have been built; others were totally in the realm of fantasy. I recall one watercolour showing a castle on a mountain which was approached over a concave precipice to a drawbridge; a precipice which, in reality, could not have borne the weight of even one person.
There was a great film about Ludwig II, which I saw in the cinema ((in London, at an art cinema near Hampstead )about 35+ years ago, perhaps with English subtitles. Sadly, the original English-language print has apparently been lost.
Thank you so much for this. I am sending you what I consider (although I have not watched yet) a more authentic or historically accurate version made by the Germans in 1955. Luckily this version (available in 8 parts of roughly 15 minutes each) has English subtitles.
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To round it off here is a beautiful video about Ludwig II’s castles
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16473605/brits-urged-get-their-covid-booster-jabs-save-christmas/ I don’t think I have ever seen such a cynical piece of propaganda in relation to the covid jab! 😣
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Will Santa Claus (and the reindeer) have to be “vaccinated” and given a passport before being allowed to fly around the world?
What nonsense this all is…but there is a sinister agenda behind it all.
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Great blog Ian, and thanks to claudius1889 – I am currently immersed in Wagner and the eight part series on Ludwig II. Shared.
Wagner… a great mind, and moreover a person who composed by reason of what he called “universal currents of Divine thought”…an antidote to the basically materialistic (and Jewish, arguende) conception that “genius” means merely “someone with a high IQ”.
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