British society, 2021.
British society, 2021…
What strikes me as crazed is that, firstly, students “reported” (denounced) a fellow-student for stating a simple fact, and, secondly, that the university then sided with the denouncers! Like a Komsomol witchhunt in the old Soviet Union…
…and what about this?
The part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer currently posing as Prime Minister is planning to repress freedom of expression even further in the UK. He is supported in that by Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer and his declining “Labour” pack of idiots.
Starmer: “Dangerous algorithms on Facebook and Instagram, and Hope Not Hate have shown me an example of violent Islamism and far-right propaganda on TikTok.’
He called on the Prime Minister to ‘commit to bring forward the second reading of the Online Safety Bill by the end of this calendar year’, adding: ‘If he does, we’ll support it.’” [Daily Mail].
The bastard is taking his “facts” from the malicious and misnamed Jew-Zionist snooping organization “Hope not Hate”!
Here we see the complete fakery of so-called “democracy” in the UK: repression of free speech rolled out swiftly, with the so-called “Opposition” mostly voting with the Government (of clowns). “Democracy” in the UK is a complete sham.
“Zionist Occupation Government” is not just a phrase or a “conspiracy theory”. It’s fact. It’s right in front of us.
Read the above now, while you still can…
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See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/29/greta-thunberg-system-approved-wunderkind/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/10/09/extinction-rebellion-greta-thunberg-cressida-dick-and-the-madness-of-protesting-crowds/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/16/the-extinction-rebellion-levellers/.
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Glasgow is not the only area badly-administered. I have just had a ghastly and (in the end) 2-hour roundtrip, unavoidable and made awkward and irritating by several simultaneous lots of roadworks (I suppose at least some of the roads are being repaired), both in the country and in a small town.
How is it that (especially in respect of smaller roads), repairs have evidently not been carried out for years? I saw tiny lanes never seen by me before , many with terrible surfacing, road bumps and potholes. Even at (at times) 20 mph, a journey of bumps and jolts.
To make it worse, I turned on BBC Radio 4, which had a programme of such surpassing awfulness that I looked it up when I arrived back at my very humble abode: Laura Barton’s Notes on Music. The only reason I did not snap it off was because I wanted to know when it was midday (I sold my watches long ago, and the clock in my old car no longer works).
Does anyone not trapped in a traffic jam (or similar chaos) actually listen to Radio 4 any more?
There were compensations today, though. At one point, a stag, not large but with impressive antlers, crossed the road not far ahead of me. Fallow deer.
Still, despite that pleasant reminder of the animal kingdom, I had time to wonder why nothing seems to work in England any more, and why everyday life seems to have become unnecessarily complicated.
A sneak has reported the radio presenter James Naughtie to the police for drink-driving. Read the above report.
The facts were that said sneak observed Naughtie downing a glass of Chardonnay, and even went into the pub garden to watch him, before reporting the matter to the police (and taking a picture of Naughtie’s car).
Naughtie was then confronted at his home (or one of them), and blew a mark of 35, which would be borderline in England, where the limit is 35 (and would have been below the legal limit by the time a court-admissible sample was taken at a police station), but is well above the legal limit in Scotland, where that limit is 22.
Now I would not complain about this had Naughtie (or anyone in that situation) been plainly legless, but the man had only had one or two glasses of wine!
Time was when (in both England and Scotland, I think) the sneak was despised rather than admired. That was then. Now there are a whole host of petty sneaks and denouncers all too ready to, as the Australians now apparently say, “dob someone in”.
You see it all the time on Twitter and other social media platforms, the denouncers (often, though not always, Jewish), whose whole life seems to revolve around “reporting” people to (say) Twitter, or to employers, or to professional organizations, or even to the police. Pathetic.
Incidentally, I do not make the above points because I am a drink-driver. I can probably count on one hand the number of times (over about 25 years) when I have driven —probably— over the local limit; at least three of those times would have been in the Caribbean, maybe once or twice in the UK. In fact, I rarely drink (even one glass) and drive now, so I am not pleading in my own interest at all; I just despise the “informer” type.
Final point: I never liked Naughtie’s radio persona or views much, so I have not written the above because I favour Naughtie himself.
Yet the mask zealots rule supreme on Twitter (though not in the real world). Many are are still pushing for renewed facemask nonsense, the plainly not very effective vaccinations, strict social distancing etc etc. It makes me wonder, not for the first time, whether there is not a psychological basis for their zealotry and unwillingness to move on. Many are also the hardcore “rejoin EU” types, such as those “FBPE” idiots you see on Twitter.
Off the Cluff
Memoirs of oil and publishing (etc) tycoon, Algy Cluff. The book looks interesting, but seems to be unavailable on Amazon, despite having an entry on that site. Is that because the Foreword is written by Taki, who is a bete noire of both the “woke” and the Jews? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taki_Theodoracopulos. Maybe, though, it is because there has been too heavy a demand; the book is not on retail sale until next week.
Whatever the truth of that, I was interested to see the piece about David Tang [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Tang]. He seems to have been a more benevolent and philanthropic (and Chinese) version of the Jew fraudster who was called “Robert Maxwell” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Maxwell].
There have very recently been some newspaper stories about the book, Cluff, and Tang (who was once an intern at Cluff’s organization): https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10109561/EDEN-CONFIDENTIAL-Fraud-David-Tang-lived-high-life-claims-old-boss-Algy-Cluff.html; https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/10/21/truth-sir-david-tang-billionaire-socialite-went-riches-rags/.
While Tang’s businesses are or were not the sort of places I usually frequent (I do not really like to shop anyway), I have in fact been to what was his flagship Hong Kong store, Shanghai Tang, in 2006.
I was in Hong Kong, getting some suits, jackets, shirts etc made at the famous Sam’s Tailor [https://www.samstailor.com/— I recall talking, about racing, mainly, to the present owner, whose photos are on the website, and who is the son of the one who was the owner in 2006].
Among the many items (all custom-made/bespoke) I bought was a very nice Chinese dark blue silk dressing gown with Chinese symbols on it. I asked if I could have made a similar but rather smaller one in another colour for my wife, as a present. They demurred because they would be unable to measure her (I was in HK alone). They were quite firm about it, even after I pressed them, so I asked where I might get one for her. They said Shanghai Tang. I went there.
Well, I did find a suitable but ready-to-wear dressing gown for my wife, and it was actually far better quality than my (still good) one from Sam’s Tailor. It was also far more expensive— about 15x the cost, in fact. That’s life…
I hope that I shall be able to read Cluff’s book; it sounds like it might be an interesting read. Apparently, Tang once tipped a waiter at a casino USD $90,000! Talk about playing the big shot!
Late film travelogue
A 1930s Agfa-colour film showing Berlin at the time of the 1936 Olympics, suggested by one of the regular readers of this blog:
Only three years into the currency of the NSDAP government! Imagine that! Boris-idiot has been (posing as) Prime Minister of the UK for nearly as long, and the Conservative party has been in office in the UK for some 11.5 years…
Another similar film?
In this case, not colour film, but more recently colourized.
More? In the following case, not moving pictures but some still colour and b&w photographs.
Pity about the repetitive soundtrack of that one, though.
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It is absurd that we now have GPs who work 2-3 days per week in some cases, and yet are paid over £100,000, particularly when many see few patients face to face.
Published in the interest of open debate, without (necessarily) being endorsed by me. In any case, I am no medic.
Goodbye, decent British policing, hello maladministration, corruption and many other evils.