On this day a year ago
Every. Single. Time.
Could it be true? Justin Trudeau’s mother was notoriously “free and easy” in younger days (she’s still alive, now 73: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Trudeau). I thought her older than that.
Among those who “enjoyed her favours” in the 1970s were at least two, possibly three, members of the Rolling Stones group, and Ted Kennedy, among many others. So why not Castro? However, Justin Trudeau was born in 1971, before the marriage really hit the rocks. Also, Pierre Trudeau (and so his wife) seem not to have met Castro by 1971.
Though not universally popular, Justin Trudeau’s father, Pierre Trudeau, seemed to take himself less seriously: I knew someone who was working at an international conference in the 1980s, I forget where exactly, and who was just about to be driven back to her hotel, when “a funny little man” jumped into the car next to the driver and asked, politely, for a lift. Pierre Trudeau. I think that he may still have been Prime Minister of Canada at that time (though maybe not, since he would have had his own allocated car if so).
One good thing about Pierre Trudeau: he was rather hostile to Israel.
Can you imagine what sort of “justice” such creatures might dispense, especially to social-national people? As it is, many lay magistrates now sitting are total deadheads. Neither can even Circuit Judges in Crown Courts be relied upon always, as when the noisy, demanding and/or whining Jewish element are wanting a stiff sentence for a social-national defendant. I think that “some recent cases” have made that evident.
The Jew-Zionist lobby pushing for war or (at very least) the strategic boxing-in of Russia.
Russia must move quickly to secure Kiev and Eastern Ukraine, while it can be done without much resistance (and terrible loss of civilian life).
The tweet below made me laugh:
This did, too:
More (serious) tweets
Par for the course. The American cities run by blacks have all had massive frauds perpetrated upon their finances (and taxpayers). Also, huge mismanagement. Same or similar in the UK, mutatis mutandis.
Look at, for example, the “social enterprise” operated for a few years by Conservative Party mayoral candidate and Member of the London Assembly, Shaun Bailey:
“In May 2006, Bailey co-founded MyGeneration, a charity addressing the social problems that affect struggling young people and their families. It was established shortly before Bailey was selected by the Conservative Party to stand in the recreated Hammersmith constituency. In 2010, The Times reported that Bailey was at the centre of allegations that his North Kensington-based charity showed £16,000 worth of spending “without any supporting records”. Between 2008 and 2009, almost half of the charity’s expenditure was on publicity and administration, not “direct charitable expenditure”. Of the £116,000 “charitable expenditure”, more than half was spent on travel and subsistence. The charity was closed in 2012 due to financial problems.” [Wikipedia].
He was lucky to get away with that, in my opinion. Apparently the police did investigate him, and interviewed him under caution, but did not charge him. Of course, “travel and subsistence” would probably not count as fraud (if accounted for), but whether it was necessary expenditure is another matter. Grey area.
Bailey stood for the position of Mayor, and very nearly won (with 45% of the vote), despite being (in my opinion) almost a joke candidate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaun_Bailey_(London_politician).
British girl raped by pack of Jews in Cyprus wins appeal
They got away with it. They should have been taken out and shot.
[Addendum, same day: I heard the BBC Radio 4 News. The presenter or reporter said that the girl had been raped by “a group of tourists“. No mention of the facts that the rapists were a pack of Jews, nor that they were Israelis. The words “Jews” and “Israel” were entirely absent. “They” simply infest the mass media].
That tweeter, Steve Laws, is UKIP candidate in the upcoming Southend West by-election.
Of course, I have little time for UKIP, but the choice for the voters in that by-election is poor; Laws may be the best option.
The by-election will be held on Thursday, 3 February 2022, 3 days from today.
Russia still has the edge in terms of quality of weapons and personnel, and would probably have air superiority as well.
This may be a now-or-never moment for Russia, either to strike quickly and overwhelmingly to secure at least the part of Ukraine east of the Dnieper river, and also the Kiev area, or to draw back and watch as the NWO/Zionist regime in Kiev has its armed forces and their weapons built up by NATO until Ukraine eventually joins NATO, at which point Russia will be completely outmanoeuvred strategically.
Kiev is only 500 miles from Moscow. The Ukrainian border is only 300 miles from Moscow, less than the distance from London to Edinburgh.
The end of the Second World War resulted in the East/West standoff called the Cold War. The Centre of Europe was squeezed out, and into one or other camp. The Fall of Socialism (and the Soviet Union) from 1989 opened up the situation. Now after 33 years, we see the start of what might turn out to be a new semi-permanent geopolitical reality akin to the Cold War but also with differences.
If Russia can secure its southern flank by removing the present Kiev regime, the rest of Europe can then develop better and closer relations with Russia. Russia will supply (as I have blogged for years) cheap gas; trade can improve again without the unnecessary sanctions insisted upon by the USA (meaning NWO). The USA can be shepherded back into its own natural sphere of influence (the Americas and Caribbean).
There is, also, no reason why the more “national” core of Ukraine, meaning the areas west of the Dnieper, and based on Lvov, could not continue to exist as a rump Ukraine, with a Ukrainian government, either autonomous or actually independent, so long as it remained peaceful and out of NATO.
Meanwhile, the idiot currently posing as Prime Minister of the UK is apparently going to Kiev tomorrow, no doubt in a pathetic attempt to revive Mrs. Thatcher’s “Falklands Factor”, which enabled her to stay as Prime Minister and win the 1983 General Election: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aftermath_of_the_Falklands_War#United_Kingdom.
A few differences are that Britain is not (thank God) either nominally or actually at war with Russia, nor likely to be; Britain could never “win” a war with Russia; the UK (and so “Boris”) is little more than a spectator in the Russia-Ukraine situation.
The truly ridiculous attempts of “Boris” —reprising his am-dram “Churchill” impression— to insert himself into the situation, merely underline his weakness and superfluity.
More tweets seen
Looks as if former British ambassador Murray (Uzbekistan) has been released from the Scottish prison where he was languishing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Murray.