After nearly 50 years, I still have not come to a conclusion about Uri Geller, still do not quite know what to make of him. I have read one of his books of memoirs, and at least one book about him. I was at school in Sonning, Berkshire, early 1970s, when Geller had a UK television show special which was watched by many millions. Spoons were bent, clocks started after years of being broken. It was not long after that, that Geller bought a house in the village, where he lived until mysteriously decamping back to Israel several years ago.
My own inclination is to think him an amalgam of skilled conjurer, genuine psychic, and fraud, but that is only my guess. I know that several professional conjurers have gone on record as stating that they themselves knew how to do what Geller does in terms of bending spoons etc; some others have called him an outright fraud. However, I myself have heard tales which (for what they are worth) seem to support the view that he does have some genuine psychic powers.
Twitter has only limited utility now, but is still useful to me (expelled from Twitter in 2018 via the machinations of a pack of Jews) as a shorthand way of filling my blog with a variety of views and information, mainly the latter.
I do not bother to sign petitions. This one is no different. MPs and others do not change their minds because of petitions; neither do petitions get rid of them.
I fully expect Ghislaine Maxwell to follow the Jew Epstein up the chimney, unless she either succeeds on appeal or gets a sentence that is very lenient. She knows too much and may be willing to disgorge.
Blair is a humanoid devil.
Unusual glass, for port. As for me, I do not think that there has been a Christmas/New Year time when I have drunk so little. The bottle of Beluga vodka I bought before Christmas still has a little left, and a bottle of Remy Martin VSOP cognac I was given is intact, save for a glass or so. I have drunk no wine, no beer even, and Waitrose ran out of my favourite 40% Kirsch well before Christmas. I was given a little gift pack of three quite decent ports, but the whole pack only added up to about a fifth of a full bottle.
Answer: you cannot and should not debate with such “people”.
“A large fire has severely damaged the Houses of Parliament in the South African city of Cape Town.” [BBC] https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-59850904.
A pity, speaking architecturally, but the place is just a corrupt monkeyhouse and part of an elected dictatorship now anyway.
Perhaps symbolic of the slow decline of South Africa over the past 30 years.
“They” declared war on us secretly, long ago, while usually pretending to be benign, well-intentioned, “liberal”, and/or “victims” (until they had economic and/or political power).
Interesting. Worth reading, though I personally do not believe much of it.
The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan in action. Who is behind most of it? The (((“you-know-who”))) element… The blacks themselves are just the puppets, being played.
That part-Jew clown is, however, a sinister clown, and pulling his strings are (((others))) far more sinister.
What will make British people take action? Anything?
Plod should mind their own business about free speech
That is particularly so when the police are so often willing to act as the flunkey militia for the Jew-Zionist element, meaning such as the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [CAA] and the “Community Security Trust” [CST]. Here below is an experience I had several years ago. There have been others, but “what goes around comes around” when I am attacked: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/.
“And just before Christmas, in a landmark judgment that has attracted surprisingly little commentary from human rights lawyers given its profound implications, the court of appeal went further in ruling that the College of Policing’s guidance that the police should record all non-crime hate incidents, as perceived by those taking offence at them, is an unlawful incursion on citizens’ freedom of expression.” [The Guardian]
“Little commentary…“? Not so surprising when you consider that most “human rights” lawyers of any prominence in the UK are Jews…
“...the College of Policing tells police officers to record as hate incidents all those perceived by the person reporting them as motivated by hostility, including unfriendliness or dislike.
This has become open to manipulation, with sinister consequences for freedom of expression. Anyone can complain to the police if they don’t like something someone says. It will get recorded as a hate incident, in a way that could significantly damage careers and reputations but with none of the due process of a criminal charge. And it is impossible to understate the chilling impact of getting a call from a police officer warning you off exercising your democratic rights.” [The Guardian]
Educated guess: Jews make a great proportion of such complaints, and are likely to have contacts which themselves have contacts with compliant police “officers”.
“There is no democracy without freedom of expression. That the police have unlawfully acted to shut down legitimate political debate in 21st-century Britain should remind us that, even in mature democracies, the most basic human rights should never be taken for granted.” [The Guardian].
Canada. Another (((infested))) country. The Covid and facemask nonsense is only part of it.
What distinguishes the Covid police state from previous tyrannies, even the Soviet one, is the level of direct intrusion into personal and family life.
Do you expect anything better from radio loudmouth Julia Hartley-Brewer? I had to put her right on a couple of legal points years ago, when I had a Twitter account, and after actually trying —vainly— to argue with me, she blocked me. Typical. Just an airhead, really.
Meanwhile, the Dutch “liberal” and (((infested))) Covid police state is once again taking off the velvet glove:
On this day a year ago