Diary Blog, 8 December 2021

Afternoon music

Tweets seen

cf. the “holocaust” farrago, particularly the “gas chambers” fable.

You could compare the 2020-2021 “panicdemic” or “scamdemic” to the post-2008 “austerity” nonsense imposed by part-Jews David Cameron-Levita and George Osborne (with, once again, a general lack of opposition from “Labour”): a cynical propaganda campaign by the System, allied in that instance to a modern version of the late-Roman cruelty whereby the deluded citizens watched, in this case from 2008-2019, the poorer citizens being, if you like, thrown to the lions.

The international Jew-Zionist lobby is trying to help the half-Jewess (and Israeli agent) Ghislaine Maxwell. It must be awkward for the screeching Jewish trolls on UK and US Twitter…just as the Janner paedophilia case was awkward for the former.

The puppets of the System think that they are very clever, but their cards have been marked, even if only by a small-ish minority so far.

Priti Patel is, in effect, herself a migrant-invader, saved from spending her life behind the counter of a Kampala grocery shop by Idi Amin… and the UK’s asylum system.

Once again, tweeter “@EternalEnglish” hits the target. The “democratic” pantomime is a Schauspiel for the credulous. “Boris” is now exposed for the useless barrel of lies that many, including me, have said for years that he is. We now see the start of the planned movement to replace him, either by Sunak or, should fake “Labour” somehow manage to recover electorally, by Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer and his Shadow Cabinet composed of Labour Friends of Israel members.

Incidentally, I heard Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper on the radio a few days ago, and her horrible, hectoring, and primly/smugly certain, voice brought back the days of Blair and Brown, including Yvette Cooper’s expenses cheating (she was, with her husband, Ed Balls, and in simple terms, a fraudster), and her support for both mass immigration and repression of free speech. A truly horrible woman.

Quite. Read , eg, To Build a Castle, by the recently-deceased dissident, Bukovsky:

The man whom the New York Times called “a hero of almost legendary proportions among the Soviet dissident movement”, Vladimir Bukovsky was expelled from Moscow University at 19 years of age, and by the time he was 35 had spent a total of twelve years in Soviet prisons, labor camps and psychiatric hospitals.

Mounting pressure in the West led to his release in 1976, when he was famously traded for the Chilean Communist leader Luis Corvalan. He then accepted an invitation to continue his interrupted biology studies at Cambridge University. His fame as a major irritant to the Soviet government was sealed with the publication of his powerful bestselling prison memoir To Build a Castle.

A masterful writer, whom Nabokov called “that courageous and precious man”, Bukovsky continued to write about life under totalitarianism. “The great truth was that it was not rifles, not tanks, and not atom bombs that created power,” he wrote. “Power depended upon public obedience, upon a will to submit.” He himself never offered that obedience or submission to totalitarian authority.

Bukovsky has used his acclaim to warn world leaders of continuing deceit and manipulation by Soviet leaders and their successors, up to and including President Putin. He recently said: “Having failed to finish off conclusively the communist system, we are now in danger of integrating the resulting monster into our world. It may not be called communism anymore, but it has retained many of its dangerous characteristics.” [Amazon UK]

Incidentally, don’t assume that the latter-day Soviet Union (1960s, 1970s, 1980s) was always “iron fist in iron glove”. Sometimes, as often in 2021 Britain, the glove was velvet.

I was told, in the early 1980s, of a person who, in the Moscow of the late 1970s, was a sort-of dissident, though not one that wrote anything; he also did not really want to get a regular (or any) job.

That person was investigated by the local militia (police) on a potential charge of “social parasitism”, which could land someone with up to 5 years serf-labour (in effect) in regions such as Siberia, or beyond the Arctic Circle. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parasitism_(social_offense).

Eventually, the local militia chief summoned the young man to a meeting. The young (20-something) self-styled dissident was given a way out: to take a very poorly-paid job (I think as a night-watchman), part-time (I believe three nights per week). He could then loaf, or take part in harmless “dissident” discussions etc, for the other 4 days of the week. That way, also, the militia could be seen to have done its job, and the KGB (Fifth Chief Directorate and/or Second Chief Directorate) need not get involved.

Is that not what happens in the UK now? Politically active persons can tweet or blog (unless “deplatformed”), or even meet in person, up to a point. If some whining, or loudly complaining, Jew-Zionist body such as the “Campaign Against Anti-Semitism” [“CAA”] or “Community Security Trust” [“CST”] makes malicious complaint to the police, the police mess around slightly with the “dissident”, insist on a pointless interview under caution etc, with the aim of firing a shot across the bows.

Those who dissent more, or more actively, may find themselves being prosecuted, or perhaps even harassed by the “Anti-Terrorist Command”, but such cases are only the tip of the iceberg; many others are quietly and even politely repressed, just enough to “control” the dissident…

Late tweets

Useless barrel of lies; he should be [redacted]…

That useless barrel of lies was put where he is by System operatives far higher than he is; and he will be binned and replaced when the same secret cabals, or ruling circles, make that decision.

Right. One here, one there— NOT ENOUGH!

Late music

3 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 8 December 2021”

  1. Hello Ian: I heard today that Boris plans to change the law so he/the government can overrule a judge’s decision. I don’t think this is possible, but I do not know English Law. Is it?

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    1. Claudius:
      In constitutional theory, it is, but no-one since the times of Cromwell has tried to do it, not on a large scale anyway.

      Charles I (early/mid 17thC) ruled, or tried to rule, by “Divine right of kings”, as an autocrat. He was opposed by Parliament, and later executed. Parliament took on the supreme political leadership, and despite Cromwell then ruling as an autocrat, and despite the Restoration (of the Monarchy, under Charles II), from those times Parliament rules supreme (strictly speaking, the Monarch in Parliament). In other words, Parliament took on the mantle, of supreme power, of the pre-1650 kings and queens.

      A UK government can pass, in theory, *any* law to do *any* purpose. This right and power has generally been exercised with discretion. *This* government is, arguably, abusing its 80-seat majority in the House of Commons to pass a law which will give the government the power to simply over-rule the courts. That is not very far from a dictatorship under “democratic” camouflage.

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