Diary Blog, 22 January 2022

On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz


Well, I have once again beaten political journalist John Rentoul. This week, he scored 6/10, but I trumped that with 7/10. I did not know the answers to questions 4 and 6, and I hit the post on question 5 (I chose a neighbouring county), so disallowed that too; that left me with 7.

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…and the Jewish hypocrites (in Israel, in the USA, in the UK etc) have the gall to whine about what happened here and there in the Second World War…

…and while we are on the subject of hypocrisy…

Imagine…Britain has a Minister of State, no less, whose degree was in “Hospitality Management”…Increasingly, I feel that there is just nothing left of Britain’s institutions but facades behind which are crumbling and rat-infested ruins.

How is that different from the alleged shootings of Jews by German forces and, more often, Baltic, Ukrainian and other volunteers and auxiliaries, in Eastern Europe during 1939-42?

…imagine the scream the Jew-Zionist lobby would raise if people in the UK engaged in family recreational activities anywhere near the Jews’ endless “holocaust” “remembrance” photo-opportunities, even in England where no such massacres ever took place, not in the past 700+ years anyway.

Pretty much cuts the ground from under the Jew-Zionist “holocaust” exceptionalists…

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Germany was devastated during the 1941-1945 period of history; it does not want that to happen, and even worse, a second time. (True, Estonia suffered greatly as well…).

Who pays for propaganda-journalism of that type? As for the ludicrous conclusion that “the UK has no intention of letting Ukraine fall“, it will take more than a few tweets by Liz Truss, a few remarks by Boris-idiot, and a few planes filled with weapons, to ensure that. How many such flights were sent to the equally-useless and corrupt Afghan government in Kabul?

I wonder whether Biden might accept any Russian offer to decide the matter by a referendum of the people of Eastern Ukraine? I suppose not, because 90% would want to separate from Ukraine and, in some way, cohere with Russia.

Putin will, in these last days, still try to “win without war”, in the words of Sun-Tzu, but as every day passes, more arms and ammo are flown into Ukraine by the USA, UK and others. That obviously makes a swift invasion, at least into Eastern Ukraine, more likely.

Almost all correct from Rory Stewart, but is he correct in saying that Britain is still “a great country”? I think not. Not now. It could be, though, that under the right ideology and the right leadership, Britain could rise again, if it changed some demographics and some habits.

Incidentally, I blogged about Stewart a few years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/03/will-rory-stewart-mp-be-prime-minister/.

Stewart, like so many in UK politics, talks a good game, indeed better than most, but adds up to less than the sum of his many parts. Read my assessment, which I have updated with add-ons since it was written in 2019: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/03/will-rory-stewart-mp-be-prime-minister/.

Of course, Stewart is no longer an MP, and so could not, as things stand, be a Conservative Party leadership candidate.

I would rather trust Putin and Russia any day rather than those Qatari bastards.

Look at Twitter. Every well-connected American msm Jew is anti-Putin, anti-Russia: David Frum, Ben Shapiro etc.

Late morning music

[River Severn]

Coudenhove-Kalergi propaganda

A reader of the blog sent me an article from a Scottish newspaper.


Actually frightening, not just because the author explicitly commends what he calls the “brownification” of Europe, but also because he thinks that the population of the world is not really very high, whereas the truth is that the natural world is now breaking under the strain of numbers, most of which hordes are non-white.

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

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It seems that De Lorean’s spirit lives on… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_DeLorean#DeLorean_Motor_Company. “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” [Santayana].

When was it that the journalistic trade in London became almost entirely Jewish? I suppose sometime in the 1980s or 1990s. Certainly, looking at what was once “Fleet Street”, that trade has become so and, today, almost every newspaper scribbler, at least in the national Press, seems to be Jewish, or at least partly so.

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I wonder what percentage of Americans want war with Russia over Ukraine or Eastern Ukraine? Whatever the answer to that, I imagine that the figure drops towards zero if those polled are told that war with Russia means a nuclear attack near to their own homes.

Quite (but “holocaust” should be written thus…).

Every. Single. Time… (((you know who)))

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7 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 22 January 2022”

  1. The Jews only loved Russia when it was (unofficially) a Jewish state, which means the Soviet Union. Sadly, England did very much the same. The UK was almost always anti-Russian, the Crimean War, provoked by that bastard Palmerston is a perfect example of that. The Victorians were obsessed with the “Russian threat” or the “Russian danger” to India.


    1. Claudius:
      Yes, though there again the *extent* to which Sovietism was “Jewish” varied over time. Initially, both Bolshevism and Menshevism were almost entirely Jewish. The NWO (as we now usually call it) wanted Russia and its empire to be entirely Jew-ruled, and also completely “Westernized”. Trotsky (L.D. Bronstein) was the favoured candidate to succeed Lenin. Fate took a hand when Trotsky and other Jews lost out to Stalin, a non-Jew (despite what some claim).

      Under Stalin, the Jewish influence persisted, but waned in stages, being weakened greatly by the Yezhovshchina purge of 1937-1939, after Yagoda (a Jew) lost his NKVD position and was shot.

      I think that it can be said that the (direct) Jew influence in the Soviet Union itself was minimal after 1945 and especially after the purge of 1948.

      British relations with Russia have been variable over centuries: at the time of Elizabeth I (and Ivan the Terrible) quite close, much less so by the mid-19thC (Crimean War), when (as you say) there was imperial rivalry in the Central Asia and India theatre. The British at that time were concerned about Russia getting warm-water access in what is now Pakistan, as you imply.

      All the same, once the imperial families joined in marriage, things changed again, one result of which was the WW1 alliance.

      The fall of Sovietism was a signal for wealthy Jews, in large numbers (in the West), to link up with Jews who had influence, or access to Soviet mineral and other riches. Thus came about the era of the Jew oligarchs, and the terrible decline of Russia (tens of millions died of poor food, heating etc). The 1990s. I saw some of it myself. Russia nearly became what Ukraine now is, a basically Jew-ruled state.

      Putin’s rule is far from perfect, but still better than Yeltsin’s. One has to accept things as a package, sometimes. Were I the “vozhd” of Russia, then yes, I *would* impose different rules and ideological norms, but I am *not* the vozhd of Russia!

      The NWO would like Russia to be constrained by more and more “NATO” power, until the internal politics of Russia can be taken over again. Russia would then just be a field of exploitation for “Western” interests, as in the 1990s.

      This whole situation has been confused by the former satellites (Poland, Hungary etc) which had to struggle for relative national freedom against Sovietism, now (understandably) thinking that they have to cleave to the Western superpower. The same goes for Ukraine (Western Ukraine).


      1. Hello Ian: Yes, I agree with you 100%. I simplified the Russian-British relationship over the centuries for the sake of brevity. My point is that Tsarist Russia was NEVER a threat to the British Empire. The Tsars were always interested in expanding their influence in Eastern Europe


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