Diary Blog, 5 November 2021, with more thoughts about free speech in the UK

Remember, remember the 5th of November,

Gunpowder, treason, and plot,

Life is short but memory long

And traitors deserve to be shot.

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Import the people, import their politics, attitudes, and corruption.

Not that I am naive enough to think that white Northern European people can never be corrupt and greedy for money. In fact, I am just old enough to remember, inter alia, the Poulson Affair. “It brought to light allegations of Masonic influences and a UK-wide network of corrupt MPs, politicians and council officials” [The Scotsman]: see https://www.scotsman.com/arts-and-culture/poulson-affair-pelicans-brief-stunned-country-2444139; and http://www.royallatin.bucks.sch.uk/images/PDF/poulsonaffair.pdf.

It is a question of degree. In the UK, corruption of that sort has been generally, though certainly not entirely, absent. In places such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kurdistan etc, the corruption is ubiquitous.

Rishi Khosla…Rishi Sunak...Priti PatelMunira Mirza…”— Get the drift?

Both “Boris” Johnson and Zac Goldsmith are part-Jew. Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.

Whatever happened to...Jon Holbrook?

I happened to be looking at some past blog posts, and saw the following one from January this year: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/01/31/diary-blog-31-january-2021-including-support-for-a-dissident-barrister/. It made me wonder what happened to the barrister mentioned.

Turns out that he was partly-exonerated, but still fined £500 and told off for one tweet that he tweeted: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9935427/Senior-barrister-called-schoolgirl-stroppy-teenager-colour-cleared-misconduct.html; and https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/barrister-cleared-of-misconduct-over-stroppy-teenager-of-colour-tweet-/5109605.article.

“…one tweet posted by Holbrook in 2020 was singled out by the panel because it ‘could promote hostility towards Muslims as a group’.

The tweet stated: ‘Free speech is dying & Islamists & other Muslims are playing a central role. Who will lead the struggle to reinstate free speech as the foundation of all other freedoms?’

The panel said it took into account the context in which the tweet was made, which was in response to a tweet calling for the Charlie Hebdo magazine to be shut down following the beheading of Samuel Paty by an Islamist. ‘The panel considered that the ordinary reasonable reader would understand the tweet to mean that the Muslim community was to blame for curtailing free speech.’” [Bar Disciplinary Tribunal].

In essence, that Holbrook case echoed mine of October 2016, but in a more muted way. In Holbrook’s case, the msm (especially the Daily Mail) came out in his support, and there was no huge kefuffle about him or his supposed political defaults. The penalty visited upon Holbrook was trivial by comparison. The reason is clear to me.

Holbrook’s tweets mentioned Muslims but not Jews; thus the Jew lobby on Twitter and offline did not have a serious go at Holbrook, whereas I was “crucified” in the msm Press, on Sky TV, online on Twitter etc. Google “Ian Millard barrister” and you will see the difference.

Strange that Holbrook thinks that Muslims in the UK are destroying free speech, when their behaviour, in terms of repression of free speech, is as almost nothing compared to that of Jews.

Or maybe Holbrook is just afraid to see the truth about the Jew-Zionist lobby (and then feel compelled to say something about it…). Holbrook, unlike me, was supported by the usual (and pro-Israel) pseudo free speech crowd: the Spectator, Toby Young and his “Free Speech Union” (free speech unless you say anything about the Jewish lobby…) etc, all of that lot, even Melanie Phillips!

Holbrook himself has blogged about the matter: https://jonholb.com/about/. Incidentally, I see that Holbrook (in common with several persons connected to the present Government), has made the political journey from the Revolutionary Communist Party of the 1980s to the realms of UKIP, Brexit Party or similar: https://jonholb.com/political-career/.

Holbrook may have survived, notionally, at the Bar (and is appealing the £500 fine and the connected determination), but has accepted that his 30-year Bar career is at an end, his chambers having “cancelled” him.

Holbrook is (I presume) too law-abiding and well-behaved to take direct action against those who “cancelled” and/.or insulted him, and is relying on the written word to put his case.

In the meantime, his backstabbing former colleagues, and those who kicked him when down, carry on earning, while he (I also presume) does not. That is his real punishment.

My own experience of repression of free speech by the Bar regulators (repression instigated by the Jew-Zionist lobby): https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

[me as London barrister, 1992]

Morning music

[dawn over the Moscow river, showing the Kremlin— the Spasskaya Tower and other towers, the Great Kremlin Palace, other palaces, and the Kremlin churches]

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Cruelty“, apparently, was being threatened with being suspended from the House of Commons for 30 days! Paterson would still be there had he just accepted that mild sanction. He doesn’t know how lucky he is! “A revolution without firing squads is not worth much” [Lenin]…

The House of Commons is an Augean Stables, which at some point —not far off— will have to be cleansed…

Britain is running on empty, and has been for some time. Look at its institutions: Monarchy, aristocracy, House of Lords, House of Commons, Army, Navy, Air Force, the Bar, the msm, the Church(es), the NHS etc.

Are any of the above more than empty shells now?

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wellington%27s_Victory]

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Of course “Boris” is happy with the migration-invasion. He, though unimportant in himself, is the chosen puppet (in the UK) of the Coudenhove-Kalergi conspiracy, i.e. the plan to eliminate white Northern Europeans and to create a mixed-race population ruled by Western cabals, the members of which are often at least part-Jew, like “Boris” himself.

Insanity Fair

Heard the BBC Radio 4 News in the car. What led the news agenda? Not the COP26 nonsense, not knife crime in London, not the Swedish autistic and her pathetic children’s crusade, not the UK-France fishing dispute and other problems. No, none of those, and neither was the news about the Ethiopian civil war, nor even about the huge numbers of migrant-invaders now crossing the Channel daily.

No, the main item on BBC News (radio and TV) today is that it is alleged that a cricketer in Yorkshire may have called a Pakistani…wait for it…a “Paki”!” Many years ago, at that. That is today’s big headline!

In fact, it seems that the socio-political operation was successful: the Chairman of Yorkshire County Cricket Club and others have resigned, and the club will now be headed by an Indian businessman called Patel.

That cricket club, until 1992, would not sign players born outside Yorkshire itself! Like bees, any others were considered “exotic”.

Tell me again how the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan is a “conspiracy theory”…

Greta Nut news

It seems that the notorious Swedish autistic has performed her usual petulant shouting act, and has railed about her usual limited repertoire, before “several thousand” [the Guardian] children and others at Glasgow.

Glasgow has a population of 600,000 in the city itself, 900,000+ in the urban/suburban area, and about 1.9M in the region.

Even if all the ~10,000 people on Greta’s march came from Glasgow city (they did not), then that represents, at best, 1 out of 60 people of that city. Or about 1 out of 180 in the wider region.

Not “people power“, as the deluded little puppet seems to imagine, but a tiny minority.

A PR event“? Pot/kettle…

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Scandal. Someone who probably worked hard, for slight reward and for decades, now cannot be seen by doctors or nurses, cannot find a proper place to rest, sees migrant-invaders pouring into the country and getting prioritized ahead of him, and on top of that sees an alien cabal stealing openly at Westminster and in Downing Street.

“NHS and police…1, 2, 3—CLAP!” (or perform a synchronized dance routine).

Are all the top political drones in the USA drugged and/or demented?

By the way, the MP, one Gary Streeter, who wants unvaccinated people to be subject to house imprisonment, is this idiot: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Streeter.

Gary Streeter was found guilty of an ethical offence when he was a practising solicitor. Better yet, according to Wikipedia, the bastard is a believer in “faith healing“! Just the sort of person to give the public or Government advice on medical matters involving Covid-19 ! Oh, no, wait…

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Roberto Fiore…a “blast from the past”. Cannot recall now whether I met him (or not), long ago, mid/late 1970s, about 1978, at the League of St. George in London. Thinking about it, probably not, though I recall the name from either late 1970s or early 1980s.

I like it…

Something I do not like (below):

Migrant-invaders. Many will be criminal, some will be, or will become, terrorists. Almost all the rest will only be (if we are lucky) useless parasites.

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9 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 5 November 2021, with more thoughts about free speech in the UK”

  1. I believe that MP (Owen Paterson) is guilty, having said that, ALL MPs are guilty of theft and treason!!! The same applies here in my country where corruption is widespread and blatant. I remember a friend of mine who said: “We need hundreds of firing squads!” He wasn’t wrong at all…

    PS: Have you seen the video where Greta “the zombie” is dancing? (well, kind of…). It really made me laugh! What a pathetic puppet!

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  2. Most Soviet monuments are impressive and some of them beautiful. Stalin and those who followed him understood the value of art as an element of propaganda. I remember an interview done with Adolf Hitler’s favourite sculptor, the wonderful Arno Brecker. The German artist said that in 1946 Stalin invited him to work in Russia offering him a great studio.

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    1. Claudius:
      I rather like large public monuments and statues, so long as they are not horribly ugly. Even some that are not at all classical in style, such as the British one called The Angel of the North.

      Works that uplift or elevate the public space, and do not degrade it.

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      1. I totally agree with you. Sculptures do not need to convey an ideological or patriotic message, as as it may be, there are lots of beautiful monuments, particularly from the second half of the XIX century that are a pleasure to the eye and soul.

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