Diary Blog, 23 February 2022

Morning music

[Motherland memorial, Volgograd]

On this day a year ago

Tweets seen

I have not seen the term “yellow press” for many years. Almost “Ostalgie“…

Quite. Griffin was acquitted on a serious but trumped-up charge, along with Mark Collett (now of Patriotic Alternative).

As for me, the Jew-Zionist lobby instigated my wrongful —and in fact actually unlawful— disbarment of 2016: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

The Jew-Zionist-Israel lobby has also made numerous attempts, over the past decade, to have me arrested; they have never succeeded, though I have been interviewed “voluntarily” twice, under caution (in both cases, no charges were preferred against me). See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/ (2017) 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/ (2021).

[“buzz off“]

More music

Sanctions against Russia

The sanctions against Russia may damage Russia economically, but are a double-edged sword— the economies of Western and Central Europe will also be damaged.

Politically, it may be that Russia will give practical support to social-nationalism in Europe. I hope so.

More music

More tweets seen

Easy enough for a German pseudo-democratic drone of her sort, dragging down hundreds of thousands of Euros a year, to say that. What about the millions of poor or modestly-paid Germans?

Quite. The answer should be “because NATO is now just a front for the NWO“…

Late tweets

There have been quite a few female politicians like that in the USA in the past several decades: shrill, anti-“racist”, anti-“sexist”, “pro-choice” (i.e. pro-abortion), semi-educated, semi-deranged, entirely irrelevant. I suppose that Hillary Clinton was the most prominent.

Well, after all, Churchill himself once exploded with “...traditions of the Navy? What are they? Rum, sodomy, and the lash“. Harsh…That must have been a good bottle.

“We” have not “given up“; we have woken up. There is a difference.

I was in a large Tesco store in the early evening. Very few mask-wearers left. Now mostly the hypochondriacs and the mentally not quite stable. Rough guess— about 5% still wearing their facemask muzzles.

Still believe that hundreds of billions wasted on stupid schemes such as “furlough payments”, “test and trace”, “eat out to help out”, loans and grants to failing businesses etc came free of charge? Ha. Think again.

Yes. Indian “clever boy” Sunak has been very quiet of late…

Well, I could find them on a map, even before the “crisis” began, but that is true in the UK (even now) of only, maybe, one in a hundred, if that. In the USA? About one in ten thousand, I should think.

Late music

[Shishkin, Gathering Storm]

6 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 23 February 2022”

    1. Watcher:
      Thank you, Just read that.

      So the Jew scribbler wants the UK (!) to arm whatever will be left soon of the Ukrainian regime in Kiev? In fact, he seems to be ready for nuclear war.

      The NWO is really pulling out the propaganda stops now. Its other favourites (“Covid”, “Black Lives Matter”, “Climate Change”) are being kept running at low level in the background as Ukraine’s supposed fight for freedom takes centre stage.

      The readers’ comments to that article are interesting. Most do not want a fight with Russia, but there are some choice examples of idiocy too, from both UK and USA. “Get Seals to ‘take out’ Putin”, was one, from USA, that made me laugh. Another was some cretin who thinks that Britain can actually take on Russia militarily. A third was parrotting the line that “Russia does not want to see a successful Ukraine”. Ha ha! What Ukraine is that? For the past 30 years, Ukraine has been bled dry by, mostly, Jew exploiters. Its people are far poorer than those of Russia, and overall are more repressed by the State.

      I think that the Ukrainian forces will, in the end, put up only brief and ineffective resistance, at least East of the Dnieper. As for a mass Ukrainian civilian resistance, it’s a pipe-dream.

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  1. Hello Ian! Regarding that moron of Ben Wallace who yesterday said some incredibly offensive things about Russia and Putin I remembered an old English saying: “You can always tell a Guards officer but you can not tell him very much”. In YouYube there is a series of videos under the name “Guards 1, 2, 3,” etc. They are about 10 minutes each and show you how shallow and stupid many of their officers were. Definitely not an “elite”, since that implies a rigorous selection, but a bunch of mostly entitled, arrogant nitwits who owe everything to their social status, family names and titles.

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    1. Claudius:
      Unfortunately, that is often the case.

      After the collapse of Sovietism, there was a real chance to remake the Russia-Western relationship, as Peter
      Hitchens wrote in his column a couple of days ago. That never happened, largely because, as he also said, a pack of carpetbaggers (a term only he and I still use!) descended on Russia, cleaning it out financially. Needless to add, most were Jews.

      Now, the ruling circles and secret cabals of the West are whipping up hatred of that great though largely unformed people (whose greatness still lies mainly in the future), as well as of Putin.

      I myself have considerable criticisms of Putin and the society of Russia today, but he was the right man at the right time, after the corruption of the Yeltsin era, and he has raised Russia from the gutter it was in from at least 1991 to about 2000. It has taken those years just to get the armed forces into shape again, and to rejig some of the major industries, especially extractive industries.

      If, as I hope, Putin can take Kiev, all of Ukraine east of the Dnieper, and the entire Black Sea coast, then that will not only topple the Kiev regime and reduce it to an impotent rump-“state” based on Lvov, but will redraw the map strategically vis a vis the “New World Order”.

      Putin’s, and Russia’s, weakness is that he and it both have no ideology now which might attract non-Russians. That is the difference between the old Soviet Union and Russia as we now see it. In fact, that does mean that Russia is now no danger to Western Europe or the rest of the world, but the NWO etc is spinning it as if the old Soviet Union were about to “take over the world”.

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      1. Hello Ian: I agree 100% with your assessment of the Russia-Ukraine situation and Putin’s character. I believe he is an opportunistic, ruthless, clever and ambitious man who, very much like Napoleon, found himself in a position of power and, like Napoleon, presented himself as the heir of a “national tradition” that amalgamated two irreconcilable concepts: the Monarchy and the Revolution. The question is: For how long will he be able to carry on with this scheme?

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      2. Claudius:
        Very well-put.

        As you say or imply, Putin still manages to spout WW2-era rhetoric, a kind of near-Stalinist neo-Bolshevism mixed with Russian nationalism, at appropriate times (eg at big parades), while presiding over an oligarchic capitalist society that has emerged over three decades.

        The fact is that Putin’s only discernible ideology is Russian nationalism. He harbours no plan or desire to take over Europe, or the world, and is pragmatic enough to know his limitations in that regard anyway.

        Europe should join *with* Putin, as a counterweight to both China and the USA (NWO).

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