Diary Blog, 25 January 2022

Afternoon music

On this day a year ago

NHS failures killed young girl

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/girl-6-dies-after-doctors-25982037

Still clapping?

Ukraine

I read that the USA leadership has put 8,500 troops on standby, for whatever that may mean. If they are sent to Kiev, it will cast down the gauntlet to Putin, and he will have little choice but to pick it up. An American occupation force, even one of 8,500, could not be ignored.

If American and Russian forces engage in direct combat, anything could happen.

Of course, “Boris”-idiot is playing the poodle, but is not taken seriously, except by the Express, Sun, and other pleb-level propaganda “newspapers”. His “warnings” to Putin carry about as much weight as anything else he might say, on any subject.

Tweets seen

He was right.

When driving through the Belgian part of the Ardennes in 2001 (en route from Turkey to the UK), I stayed in a small hotel-restaurant (just a large house) in a remote area. My wife and I were the only guests and, that evening, the only diners.

Our room was that actually used by Patton during the Battle of the Bulge. It overlooked a lawn and beyond that, trees. The whole area is heavily-forested.

I had no idea when I stopped the car at what was a convenient-seeming place to stay overnight, that it had that historical association. Just fortuitous. See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Bulge.

More tweets

More music

Madmen

https://www.hampshirechronicle.co.uk/news/19868945.winchester-become-city-sanctuary-asylum-seekers-refugees/

Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad“…

Late tweets seen

Never has Boris-idiot’s am-dram Churchill impression seemed more ludicrous.

Late music

[the Mill Colonnade, Karlovy Vary (former Carlsbad)]

4 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 25 January 2022”

  1. The Canadians are one of the worst and most disgusting lackeys of the NWO (JWO would be a better term actually…) although they have powerful rivals in the New Zealanders (LOL)

    Patton was an intelligent man who could see further and understood the political implications of the Allied victory. Unfortunately, he was devoid of tact and behaved like a bull in a china shop. However, I do not believe he was assassinated. The hypothesis about it is quite ridiculous. Patton did not have any power, influence or connections that could have threatened the powers that be; there was no need to murder him.

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    1. Watcher:
      Indeed.

      To me, there seems to be a touch of “Dad’s Army” about the Ukrainian preparations.

      I cannot imagine that Russian forces will fail in their main objectives. The larger formations will be preceded, probably, by Spetsnaz units undertaking lightning operations.

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