Diary Blog, 17 January 2022

Morning music

On this day a year ago

Household bills and inflation

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10409051/Household-bills-set-soar-double-months-forecast.html

Still think that “lockdowns”, “furlough payments”, “vaccine rollouts”, £40 billion wasted on “Test and Trace” (and the rest of the “Covid” madness) all come for free? Think again.

The “enrichment” brought by “diversity”

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/terrifying-cctv-shows-knifeman-stab-25947992.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10409223/Met-police-commander-fired-amid-bullying-false-expenses-allegations.html

Tweets seen

Even the apparently most humble creatures of the Earth are incredible, and worthy of respect.

…and even if the entire present government were to be replaced by a Labour-label one, nothing much would be changed, except possibly for the worse, under Keir Starmer’s Friends of Israel cabal.

The Jew-Zionists and their “useful idiots” would love to get rid of The Merchant of Venice, of course, because the caricature is far too accurate.

I blogged about the inexplicable rise of Gavin Williamson nearly three years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/02/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-gavin-williamson-story/.

Robert Largan is a horrible little bastard. He kicked satirical singer Alison Chabloz when she was down, by tweeting how pleased he was that she had been imprisoned. He is a craven puppet of the Jewish-Zionist-Israel lobby.

Midday music

Amazingly self-assured performance from such a young girl. Incidentally, “valenki” are felt boots (traditional Russian winter footwear).

Short foray

Made a foray into a small suburbanized town about 6 miles from my now-humble home. Driving along, and waiting in the car for a while, I was observing the local people. At the railway station, quite a few (what I took to be) 16-18 y-o school students waiting. Every single one was looking at, indeed absorbed in, her or his mobile device, apparently oblivious to other people, the natural world, everything. Few seemed to be typing (if that is the right word); just silently, it seemed, staring down at the device. Strange society…

The other oddity was how many of the older people in the main —in fact only— shopping street were wearing facemasks while walking along; that despite the sun and a light breeze (and the low temperature). About half. The facemask nonsense has become ingrained in the more “conditioned” or less-thinking part of the public.

The toytown police state at work

https://www.advertiserandtimes.co.uk/news/police-called-to-anti-covid-vaccination-protest-at-ringwood-9235507/

POLICE were called to Ringwood School this morning (Monday) as a small group of anti-Covid vaccination protesters forced their way onto its grounds.

The alarm was raised around 8.20am amid reports six people demonstrating against pupils being given the jab had turned up at the school in Parsonage Barn Lane. They gained entry via the reception area.

Twelve patrol cars were said to have been at the scene while officers dealt with the incident as both the Hampshire force and the school assured there was no danger to youngsters or staff.” [local newspaper report].

So no less than 12 police cars were sent to monitor a tiny and peaceful local civic protest involving only six individuals? No wonder the police are unable to deploy resources to deal with ordinary crime. Just as well that no-one made an “anti-Semitic” remark, or it might have been necessary to call for armed anti-terror police back-up…

Quite often now, it appears that this country has gone absolutely mad.

More tweets

…and we see inflation destroying, starting to destroy, the pay, pensions, and State benefits of the mass of the population. In the early 1920s, particularly 1923, the Weimar Republic currency suffered from hyperinflation, as paper currency was printed in vast amounts.

German hyperinflation destroyed pay, fixed pensions, savings bank deposits, but it also destroyed the enormous war debts and reparation debts incurred by German governments over many years.

Getting it now?

The Rishi Sunak “giveaways” were not really free…he is an “Indian giver”, in short.

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperinflation_in_the_Weimar_Republic]

[ADN-ZB Deutschland In der Geldauflieferungsstelle der Reichsbank in Berlin. (Aufnahme: Oktober 1923) 6823; banknotes awaiting distribution in Berlin, October 1923]

More tweets

I blogged about Macron a few years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/.

This is the thin end of the wedge. As I have been blogging recently, this is a small example of what we shall see in the future, regardless of what happens re. the “panicdemic”. Microchipped populations unable to dissent, on pain of being unable to travel, work, socialize, or even buy food, unless the System allows that via the implanted chip.

Quite. Hugely overpaid idiots such as Gary Lineker. I love the way they are all starting to squawk as they see their rice-bowls about to be taken away.

Late tweets

Late music

[Shishkin, Gathering Storm]

5 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 17 January 2022”

    1. Watcher:
      What a deadhead…and he was lucky not to get sent down for all that, but I suppose the judge took his age and previous good character into account, as well as the fact that his local reputation will have been trashed.

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