Diary Blog, 20 February 2022, with comment about the World Economic Forum

Morning music

On this day a year ago

A good cause


The above GoFundMe fundraiser emerged from this story: https://www.advertiserandtimes.co.uk/news/police-order-cat-snatchers-to-write-letter-of-apology-to-own-9240883/.

Tweets seen

They were just about tolerable under white European control. Now? Intolerable, or becoming so.

When will (((those))) who were responsible for the “vaccines” be suitably punished for their evil deeds?

Comment seen about the World Economic Forum [WEF]

What do Macron, Johnson, Putin, Merkel, and Trudeau all have in common? They all attended WEF’s Youth Leadership program. One should be asking to what extent has Schwab infiltrated our government and all other governments around the world?” [newspaper reader’s comment]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaus_Schwab; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Economic_Forum.

According to the Transnational Institute (TNI), the Forum is hence planning to replace a recognised democratic model with a model where a self-selected group of “stakeholders” make decisions on behalf of the people.[24] The think tank summarises that we are increasingly entering a world where gatherings such as Davos are “a silent global coup d’état” to capture governance.” [Wikipedia].

What does it take before the mass of people wake up to the NWO/ZOG transnational conspiracy?

This amused me:

While Schwab declared that excessively high management salaries were “no longer socially acceptable”,[19] his own annual salary of about one million Swiss Francs has been repeatedly questioned by the media.” [Wikipedia].

Incidentally, at present time of writing, a million Swiss francs equates to about £800,000 in British money.

[World Economic Forum HQ, near Geneva]
[satirical cartoon about Klaus Schwab and his intended “Great Reset” of the world]

An integral part of the transnational conspiracy.

“Lawfare”— quasi-terroristic abuse of the legal system

I happened to see this Mail on Sunday piece by Dan Hodges: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10530917/DAN-HODGES-fox-killing-lawyer-bombastic-claims-clogging-courts.html. It examines, polemically, the Good Law Project pressure group, headed by the part-Jew barrister, Jo Maugham, a tax lawyer prolific on Twitter [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jolyon_Maugham].

“Lawfare”, meaning the abuse of the legal system (both criminal and civil) to achieve socio-political ends, has been in frequent play in the UK for about a decade. Behind it, mostly the Jew-Zionist, pro-Israel, element.

My own experiences: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/01/15/diary-blog-15-january-2022-including-an-outline-of-the-failure-of-the-latest-jew-zionist-attempt-to-prosecute-me/.

More tweets

“Mild, cold-like symptoms”. Quite… Just as she (or anyone else) might well have had 20 or 50 years ago.


Quite. The only answer seems to be, let all athletes or other sports persons compete in the same races or games. Then let’s see…

I am quite serious. All this “trans” nonsense has exploded the traditional demarcation between male and female competition in sport, so let’s get rid of the demarcation (and while we are about it, let’s let the “paralympians” compete against the main Olympians…). Then “Citius, altius, fortius” (“Faster, stronger, higher”), which was the “original” (modern era) motto, might then have renewed meaning.

[Olympic salute, Netherlands, 1928]

Late tweets

That lady sounds very decent. By Grace of God, she, her cats, and husband, will all survive the coming weeks unscathed. May the Russian victory be swift, overwhelming, and cause as little death, injury and destruction as possible.

This should never have developed. Ukraine, especially Kiev and Eastern Ukraine, should never have been separated from Russia. It’s tragic.

Late music


19 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 20 February 2022, with comment about the World Economic Forum”

  1. Thank you for that note on Peter the wonderful man from Dorset who is rescuing cats, we are going to support him.

    I have noticed that a moron named “P.J.Waldron” refers to ZOG’s policemen as “the Gestapo” on a tweet quoted by “Quantum”; another example of the brainless, ignorant fools who repeat Liberal/Marxist clichés! This is the consequence of nearly 75 years of endless propaganda and brainwashing!


    1. Claudius:
      Thank you. I had not heard of that cat rescuer until I read the newspaper report. Seems that he is a good fellow. As for the wicked old couple who abducted the cat, they got off very lightly, in my view. Should have *at the very least* have received an official caution; in fact, they really should have been prosecuted, even if the net result might have been a conditional discharge (and perhaps some compensation for the people whose cat they stole).


    1. Claudius:
      Thank you. Just looked. You would never know that it was very badly damaged during the Siege of Leningrad.

      I remember seeing the old square of Warsaw (and Cathedral) in 1988 and 1989, which was all but destroyed in WW2, but you would never know it now. Unbelievably exact reconstruction. I used to use a restaurant there (in those days when Warsaw had few good ones) called (in English) Basilisk (a similar name in Polish).

      Seeing the visitors to Peterhof (Petrodvorets) in that film having to wear giant slippers so as not to damage the parquet reminded me of doing the same when I visited the Wawel Castle in Krakov in 1989. I was staying for a few days just nearby, in a special hotel reserved for VIP Communists from Poland and the Soviet Union mainly (no, not me— I stayed there via an unofficial connection…the system in Poland was pretty much finishing at that time). A hotel without a nameplate or sign and, though fairly comfortable, without a bar! Also, without many guests.


      1. Hello! If there is something I will NEVER understand and it is at odds with the Bolshevik mentality and their deep hatred for everything that is beautiful and aristocratic is the preservation and restoration of the former Imperial palaces by the Soviet regime. It does not make any sense UNLESS you think the bastards saw them as tourist attractions and a source of income…


      2. Claudius:
        That was true of the original Bolsheviks, from the Revolutions of 1917 and up to the early 1930s, but the Soviet rulers’ attitudes changed considerably after that, under Stalin and thereafter.

        For one thing, they regarded themselves as the heirs to the tsars, and that, combined with the view that the old treasures belonged to “the people” and so should be protected (though that extended only to the more famous buildings, or mainly, was significant. Also, a major factor during the War of 1941-45 (in Soviet territory) and thereafter was the effective ditching of Bolshevism (beyond slogans etc) and the growth or rebirth of a more nationalistic stance.

        The “touristic” factor only became significant from about 1970, before which *foreign* tourists at least were not very numerous.

        Russians, ethnic real Russians, have huge respect for their history. For most of them, that is an amalgam of Soviet and pre-Soviet history.


      3. Thank you for the explanation, which makes perfect sense. A similar case took place in France in 1830 where Louis Philippe reconciled the republican tradition with the monarchical. Remember that he restored Versailles and made it a museum dedicated to “Toutes les gloires de la France”. Clever fellow….

        BTW, I have just finished a great meal, two plates of spaghetti with a bottle of Merlot, the walls are moving… (LOL)


      4. Claudius:
        *Two* plates of spaghetti? One for you and one for Senora Claudius, surely?

        I had an Argentinian wine not long ago. A red (I think Cabernet franc) from Mendoza region. Unusual for me these days, when I drink rather little.


      5. I am ashamed but I have to confess that we both had 2 plates each! Although my wife’s plates were quite small. Regarding the wine, I had only two glasses but I have little tolerance to alcohol… (a bottle lasts me almost 5 days)


      6. Claudius:
        As they say, “drinking is a young man’s game”.

        I remember that, when I was about 36, in 1993, I was invited to a barbecue at a house in London. The boyfriend of the lady of that house and I drank, between the two of us, *12* bottles of pretty good Bulgarian dry red wine, and in the evening, he drove me to a Caribbean-owned restaurant-bar not too far away, where we had a couple of Caribe beers each as well, before I got a taxi home! Oddly, I do not think that that huge overindulgence affected my speech or thinking (well, by my recollection, anyway!).

        Thank God, that was the most I ever drank in a day, unless you count the time when I had far too much home-made rum punch (on a Caribbean island, in a villa not far from the one I inhabited): not sure how much alcohol as such, but all I know is that I felt rather unwell, and did not fully recover for about 3 days…

        After the above, my liver deserved a rest.

        These days, I probably have about *one glass* of something *per week* (usually cognac, though I do really like eaux de vie such as Kirsch and Poire Williams when available, and also dry cider).


    1. Watcher:
      Yes. Disappointing. That Defence Minister, Wallace, must be a dim fellow (well, he was a Guards officer, so he probably is). Ironically, most fur for Guards headgear comes from Russia!

      As for foie gras, it is one of the few sort-of “meat” things that I like, or used to like, but I stopped eating it about 16 years ago (when I lived mainly in France), when I realized that at least some of the production of it involves what amounts to mistreatment of the birds.


      1. Although I enjoy red meats very much (like most of my countrymen I ate a steak every second day) I am with you in regards to the “pate de foie” which is French for “liver paste”. About 8 years ago I saw a French documentary that showed how these barbarians do it. They brutally force-fed the poor ducks and geese stuffing them with grains to elevate the fat content of their livers. If it was up to me they all would be put to death in the same fashion!



  2. I found the doctor’s recommendation to the Queen (“to rest”) a joke. Those parasites who are known as “royals” have done nothing to “rest”. Mind you, thousands of morons who love them would tell you that they “work very hard” visiting/inaugurating schools, hospitals, barracks, etc. A “work” that involves being taken to the place in the most luxurious and comfortable car or train available, cut a ribbon, say a couple of stupid sentences, waving to the plebs assembled and returning home, and by “home” I mean a magnificent palace where an army of servants make sure you do nothing at all…

    If it was up to me all European royals (who, BTW, are all traitors and lackeys of the NWO) would be digging ditches or chopping wood until they die… (Yes, I know, I am full of compassion… LOL)


      1. Dear Ian, I must confess I was “pushing the envelope” a bit to provoke a reaction from you! (LOL). However, I must admit that being a hothead has done me no favours at all. I wish I was more like you, but “you cannot teach an old dog new tricks!” (LOL)


    1. Watcher:
      Indeed, Priti Patel only stood out among MPs for being even less educated and intelligent than the bulk of them, but she ingratiated herself with the Jew element, and with the Israeli government. Even then, only under an idiot like “Boris” would she ever have become any kind of minister.


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