On this day a year ago
Looking again at that post, what is striking to me is how many tweets quoted therein are from tweeters now “cancelled”, removed from Twitter, usually (and like me) at the behest of the Jew-Zionist cabal on Twitter (the said Jew-Zionists even call themselves “J-Twitter”…).
Deadhead MP Abena Oppong-Asare
I happened to see a few tweets about yet another deadhead MP.
Watch and listen to the ridiculous creature: https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1554427/Labour-MP-Abena-Oppong-Asare-cost-of-living-warm-home-discount-energy-bills-vn.
Back in her home country (Ghana), I suppose she would, at most, be running a market stall or something of the kind.
I am moved to write a little about her, despite there being too little information around for me to pen an entire article on her as yet.
This is her, a real “deadhead” MP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abena_Oppong-Asare. Note the all-too-typical characteristics of the breed: a superficially-impressive-sounding degree (Politics with International Relations) and a “Master’s” degree (in International Law with International Relations), but nothing behind it. In fact, these are soft degrees, the sort no-one ever fails.
After university, i.e. about 2005 or 2006, she seems to have worked as…nothing (at least according to Wikipedia). Indeed, her own website makes no mention of anything beyond “speaking up”, and “engaging” with “communities”: https://www.abenaoppongasare.com/about/.
This “speaking up” and “engaging” seems to have included being a councillor in South-East London for 4 years.
So were spent about 13 years, until Ms. Oppong-Asare was selected, then elected (2019), as MP for the rundown multikulti seat of Erith and Thamesmead (parts of which are 85% white, but parts majority non-white). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thamesmead; her vote-share was 48%. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erith_and_Thamesmead_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s
Sadly, the golf course shown above (a municipal one) was closed, after 23 years, in 2014, so that…yes… a developer could build more boxes for people, it seems. The developer’s plea that nature would be helped by such development is a classic example of such weaselling: https://www.fromthemurkydepths.co.uk/2020/12/28/peabody-look-to-partly-build-on-former-thamesmead-golf-course/. Still, the devil is always in the detail. I suppose that if an area has (?) been left to rewild, then that would be better for birds and animals than a golf course (but how big an area?).
The proportion of black Africans in the area is the highest in the UK (over a third of the population, it seems).
We have seen a certain type of MP elected not infrequently in recent years: Dawn Butler, Fiona Onasanya etc. Is it because the Labour Party wants to appeal to non-white voters? Not entirely; Fiona Onasanya was selected without interview to contest a constituency where only about 2% of the population is black. See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/21/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-fiona-onasanya-story/.
It seems that Labour (at least under Corbyn and Miliband) was just obsessed by getting blacks in the House of Commons (and the Lords as well).
Under Jewish-lobby puppet Starmer, this has not much changed: Abena Oppong-Asare is now promoted Shadow Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury!
As to Thamesmead, I have never been there, though I recall visiting people in both Erith and Woolwich, nearby suburbs, in the late 1970s and then late 1980s (only one brief visit to each place, though). This is not a part of England that I can claim to know, I am glad to say.
I was just looking on wonderful Google Maps and Google Earth. Thamesmead does not look too bad in places, better than I expected from what I have heard over the years. Quite a lot of greenery, and much of the area does not look too crowded or (on the face of it) squalid, though some bits do look more like the expected concrete jungle. Here and there, one could imagine oneself in the former DDR (East Germany) or even the former Soviet Union.
Google Earth and Google Maps, a harmless but compelling addiction…
Well, there it is. I despise the present “Conservative” government, but Labour offers nothing better. As I have said before, that is the voters’ dilemma at present.
In my usual spirit of fairness, I now repost one of Ms. Oppong-Asare’s recent tweets (though the nature walk notified has by now already taken place):
Final thought: I suppose that, before long, even entirely legitimate comments such as the above will be banned and even criminalized for both “racism” and “misogyny”. Unless Britain wakes up soon, it’s finished except as a dystopian and Zionist-ruled multikulti hellhole.
“Politically-misguided“? In what way? Tactically-misguided maybe…
When the “heretic”, Giordano Bruno, was burned at the stake in the Italy of 1600, monks hammered a wooden plug into his mouth so that he could not “blaspheme” as he died. Their justification for that was, also, because by blaspheming (if he blasphemed) he would be endangering his soul. i.e. it was for his own good! See above for a 21stC version, carried out by the employees of the caring, sharing NHS, and approved by what remains of the “British” Labour Party. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giordano_Bruno.
The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan is being implemented by an illegitimate regime posing as a legitimate government. ZOG. Not that “Labour” (label) would be any different; they would just arrange the deckchairs differently on the deck of the Titanic. https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/.
Incidentally, you see various assertions that the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan does not exist. Well, read about it, preferably not from (((infested))) sources, then just look around you. It’s all happening right in front of us, in different ways.
Was just reading a Daily Mail report on the near future for gas supplies and prices: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10433561/Britain-face-record-breaking-gas-petrol-prices-Putin-launches-Russian-invasion-Ukraine.html.
Some of the reader comments are unintentionally funny, betraying an ignorance almost the size of Russia itself. Example:
“AlyceInWonderland, Everywhere, United Kingdom, moments ago
But Russia helped the UK all through WW2 by fighting the Germans on their Northern front and also supplied the UK with Artic convoys.“
[Reader comment, Daily Mail].
Leaving aside the misspelling (“Artic“), the reader seems to be unaware that the Soviet Union and the German Reich were at peace until late June 1941, nearly 22 months after Britain and France declared war on the Reich. That commentator is evidently also unaware that, so far from “Russia” supplying the UK during WW2, Britain and its Empire, as well as the USA, supplied the Soviet Union via the (British) Arctic convoys (the USA also supplied the Soviet Union via Alaska).
Regular readers of my blog will be aware that I have expressed the view that Russia must make its move on Ukraine soon or not at all. The US and, to a much smaller extent, UK, are funnelling arms to the Kiev government.
There is some suggestion that, unusually, the ground is not totally frozen. When it is, Russian armour can move more easily.
The Kiev regime is totally corrupt, and hugely inefficient. Ukraine’s armed forces are not capable of beating those of Russia, having been run down for 30 years. Since about 2005, Russia has been upgrading its armed forces from their 1990s post-Soviet low point.
Look at the map from the Daily Mail:
The Dnieper river splits the country, as can be seen. East of that river, the population is mainly Russian or pro-Russian, especially towards the South and South-East. The same pro-Russian attitude applies in Crimea, which was taken back under direct Russian control several years ago.
The most anti-Russian or Ukrainian-nationalist area of Ukraine is in the western part, centred on Lvov (“Lviv” on the newspaper map).
Were Putin to order the annexation or effective annexation of the Eastern Ukraine, where the population is mainly pro-Russian, it would be accomplished without major difficulty. That would also join the Eastern Ukraine undeniably to Crimea.
The present rumours of an advance on Kiev may or may not be true, but if so would be for the purpose of installing a pro-Russian government de facto. Whether Russia would occupy all or even most of Western Ukraine is, I should imagine, doubtful. It can be seen that Kiev sits between the two main parts of Ukraine. The Russians might take Kiev but then only occupy a belt perhaps 50 miles from the Dnieper.
Kiev has 3 million inhabitants, and is the 7th-most-populous city in all of Europe inc. European Russia and European Turkey (after Istanbul, Moscow, London, St. Petersburg, Berlin, and Madrid).
It was surprising even to me to see that Kiev has considerably more inhabitants than Paris (which is 9th on the list); we should always keep learning.
In fact, Kharkov (“Kharkiv” on that map) is 18th on that list, between Munich (17th) and Milan (19th).
Ukraine has 41 million inhabitants, down from over 50 million in late-Soviet days: “Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Ukraine’s population hit a peak of roughly 52 million in 1993. However, due to its death rate exceeding its birth rate, mass emigration, poor living conditions, and low-quality health care, the total population decreased by 6.6 million.” [Wikipedia].
The population arithmetic may be questionable, or in dispute, but the basic fact is not: Ukraine has been appallingly-badly run since 1991. Corruption has been unbelievable. Where did the money go? Well, one of the richest individuals in the UK is an expatriate Ukrainian Jew, apparently worth £15 BILLION… and he is only one of many.
If Russia occupies a generally North-South line, somewhere west of Kiev, it can install a pro-Russian government, which can then grant the eastern or south-eastern part of Ukraine autonomy, meaning it will be almost as if part of Russia.
In fact, with Kharkov and Donetsk in Russian hands, together with Kiev and Dnipro [former Dnipropetrovsk], four out of the five largest cities will be controlled by Russia, together with much of the population of Ukraine, including 8M+ Russians. The rump to the west would retain only two really large cities (Odessa and Lvov).
It may be that a pro-Russian regime or government de facto in Kiev would be able to control, after a while, most of Ukraine. Whether a dissident regime could fall back on Lvov and the western areas, and survive, is an open question.
As for the UK, this really is not our battle, but of course the USA and UK governments are controlled by NWO/ZOG. Those cabals and ruling circles are pushing their agenda, an agenda that has nothing at all to do with the interests of the British (or American) people.
If Russia invades Ukraine, but fails to take out Kiev, then Kiev will be a centre of resistance, and will give the present government legitimacy in the eyes of the world. Taken out (Kiev, that is), the present government will be just a bunch of exiles in London or Lvov, without quite the same weight.
Traditionally (except during WW2), UK governments have not recognized governments de jure but only de facto. If a government is in practical power, it is treated as effectively “the” government, and legitimate.
[Update, 24 January 2023: Superficially, it could be said that my above analysis was flawed, in that I predicted a good chance of easy annexation of Eastern Ukraine. As we now know, that did not happen. However, it did not happen not because it could not have happened but because the Russian Army General Staff, as well as the GRU (military intelligence), and indeed much of the Russian Army, proved to be unfit for purpose, “a colossus on legs of straw“…
Having said that, the game is as yet not at an end].
A Jew or (probably) half-Jew. Inevitably…See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yascha_Mounk. Every. Single. Time. Why? Why?
Sits in a well-paid sinecure in Washington D.C., and pushes for war far far away, in Eastern Europe.
Slightly misleading, in that not all Russian forces can be concentrated on Ukraine. Still, even if Russia were to deploy only a fifth of its power, the disparity would still be overwhelming.
Late tweets seen
I agree (though not with the use of the term “Zio-Nazi”; National Socialism, in its original form, may have passed into history, but must still be honoured).
The Kiev regime should change the name “Ukraine” to that of ancient Khazaria.