Diary Blog, 23 January 2022

Morning music

I once drove, or was driven, through the area featured, from East to West. 1988.

A preserved part of the border between Thuringia and Bavaria.

In politics and geopolitics, nothing is for ever…

Food-price inflation

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jan/22/were-pricing-the-poor-out-of-food-in-the-uk-thats-why-im-launching-my-own-price-index

Worth reading.

Tweets seen

More tweets seen

There is a definite current of such Coudenhove-Kalergi propaganda being spread now in the msm.

Perhaps Liz Truss should strap the mummified carcass of Madame Thatcher to a tank, and send it out to vanquish the enemy, as was done with El Cid on his horse at the end of the eponymous film!

More music

We in Europe must not fight these people, but join with them to create a better world against the plans of both the NWO and China.

Rather topical…

More tweets

A general without troops is naked indeed“… The effective size of UK forces is very small now. The rest is embarrassingly hollow political posturing by pygmies such as Boris-idiot and Liz Truss. Farcical.

More music

More tweets

That was especially apparent in 2020. I myself had one —brief— argument with a bloody ch…I mean Chinese…student of some kind, and stormed out of at least one shop where the assistant, for once in her miserable life, had the power to order the customer around (she thought).

Those tweets are still behind the curve. There will probably be no need for outright compulsion. It will just be made increasingly hard to live on anything beyond a down-and-out level without the “digital passport”, which will before too long be in the form of an implanted microchip.

Think how most people in the UK and other advanced countries now live. It is not compulsory to have personal Internet access, or debit/credit cards, or a mobile telephone. It is just that life is increasingly difficult without them.

I recall, years ago, circa 2007, asking whether I might pay for a business hotel (already booked by card) because I had a superfluity of cash at the time, and being told I could use cash, but only if I both showed ID and paid a deposit (I think £100 or £50) in cash upfront. Now? Maybe cash is not even accepted; I rarely, practically never, stay in hotels these days (15 years ago, I probably spent about half of the month in hotels).

That is how the microchipped population will be created, not by force but by guile, and because convenience will trump freedom.

Yes, mere weeks ago even the egregious “Covid criminal”, Professor Ferguson, was still being respectfully listened to by BBC drones as he predicted hundreds of thousands of dying (from Omicron, Delta etc) patients would swamp the NHS. In fact, the hospitals are half-empty in many areas.

Strange to think that that boy, aged 13 in the photo, would eventually have been Tsar of all the Russias, had both he and Tsarism itself survived the brutal onslaught of Bolshevism. He was murdered just before his 14th birthday.

The grande luxe cars of that era certainly had style.

Only 121 years ago; to me, it might be in the era of Drake and Raleigh, except perhaps for the smokestack on a ship in the distance..

Late tweets seen

Panicdemic…

“and none dare call it conspiracy“…

Would any sane country allow itself to be invaded and swamped by untermenschen of that sort?

How long before 99% of the population is microchipped?

Late music

[“Russia has no borders; it is wherever there are Russians“]

3 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 23 January 2022”

  1. Hello Ian: You are right (as usual, LOL) about the great classic cars of the 1930s. I think that decade was truly the Golden Age of motorcars. Of course, there were many other beautiful designs, particularly in the 1950s; but the 1930s remains (for me, at least) the greatest era of car design.

    Here is an interesting article about the Bugatti “Royale”. BTW, the idiot who wrote the article thinks that Bugatti failed to sell his huge limousine because the royal families of Europe were impoverished by the “Great Depression” (LOL) It is obvious that he/she does not have a clue about the colossal wealth of the European royal families, a bunch of parasites who always enjoyed (and still do) enormous, and undeserved, wealth and lots privileges.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bugatti_Royale

    Like

    1. Claudius:
      Even someone like me, not a “car enthusiast”, can appreciate the style and elegance of such cars. As for royals not buying them after 1929, it may be that it was though undiplomatic in a time of privation (and political upheaval) to practise such very conspicuous consumption.

      Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s