Diary Blog, 31 March 2022, with latest thoughts on Ukraine, and some personal reminiscence about a road trip to Turkey

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[Odessa Airport, in immediately post-Soviet times; there is now a new international terminal; the terminal shown is now the VIP terminal]

On this day a year ago

Still clapping?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10670001/SARAH-VINE-heart-maternity-care-tragedy-extreme-ideology.html.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10670345/STEPHEN-GLOVER-admit-theres-rotten-heart-NHS-scandals-wont-stop.html

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10667779/Devastated-parents-given-bittersweet-victory-damning-report-lays-bare-NHS-maternity-scandal.html.

Memories of the Strait of Gallipoli

I remember well driving down the deserted Gallipoli Peninsula in April 2001, eventually reaching the ferry across from the collection of small buildings on that side, to what is now called Canakkale, the town on the other side of the water. Darkness was about to fall as we drove, with only a handful of other cars, motorbikes, and small trucks, onto the deck of the ferry.

[the Canakkale ferry]

I see from the Daily Mail report that the —I presume— now-superseded ferry crossing took 90 minutes. In my memory, the crossing took only about 30 minutes, which shows how faulty memory can be, I suppose.

[the very recently opened Canakkale Bridge, Turkey]

The return journey, three months later, in July of 2001, and in a very hot daytime, was considerably busier; the small ferry was full of cars, though mostly Turkish. As mentioned, I had driven in April from the UK to Turkey (eventually to Mediterranean Turkey), but only a very few foreigners from Western Europe then did that (and maybe few do even in 2022).

I spent about 3 days in Canakkale in April 2001; a large town, though not busy at that time of year (it was rather cold, with even a dusting of snow on the ground one day, and drizzly another day).

Canakkale, Turkey, in a more recent year]

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dardanelles

I suppose that most if not all traffic will now use that impressive bridge.

21 years ago. It seems almost like a different life…

Ukraine

I read that, for the first time, a Ukrainian missile has destroyed an arms storage area in Russia itself, at Belgorod, some 50 miles inside Russian territory. That certainly plays into the hands of Putin, who makes the point, at least impliedly, that Moscow is only 300 miles from Ukraine at the nearest point.

We read in the Western msm that Russian troops are pulling back from some areas near Kiev (or, as BBC, Sky etc have decided to call it, “Keeev“).

Kiev is essential to the outcome of this invasion which has become a war. Failing to secure Kiev means, pretty much, losing the war, especially for Putin and Russia.

If the Russian plan was (as I think, and suggested, was the case) to take over at least both Ukraine east of the river Dnieper, and the littoral areas of Ukraine on and near the Black Sea and Sea of Azov coasts, i.e. about a third to a half of the entire country, then Kiev had and has to be taken, because a. it is the accepted capital of Ukraine; b. it is the largest city (3 million inhabitants, pre-invasion); c. it sits on the river Dnieper between the east and west of Ukraine.

If Putin really does stick just with the two regions of the southeast centred on Donetsk and Lukhansk, or even those regions and also the eastern cities (the largest by far being Kharkov), then Russia has, despite any gained territory, lost this war.

Putin and Russia can only succeed if Kiev is taken and held, if all eastern Ukraine is taken (and held), and if all coastal areas (including the city of Odessa) are taken and held.

What should have been and could have been a swift operation lasting maybe a week, and resulting in both an easy victory and in little loss of life, with the Jewish regime of Zelensky eliminated, and a new government installed, has become a bloody, painful, and horrible mess because the Russian General Staff failed, because the GRU failed, because the SVR failed, and because the organization of Russia’s vast army has been shown to be sluggish, shambolic, and unfit for duty. The same seems to be true of many of the Russian soldiers.

Stalin would have shot a hundred senior military and intelligence officers by now.

This brings into question the whole nature of the “Putinist” regime in Russia. The old Soviet Union was dying in the 1980s (“the Soviet knight dying inside his rusting armour“, so to speak), but even so still functioned.

Yeltsin’s chaotic regime, which I myself saw at first hand in the Moscow of 1993, permitted the (mainly) Jew oligarchs to exploit the bejesus out of Russia. Putin came in as national leader in 1999, and since then has in many respects improved life in Russia from what it was under Yeltsin, and also upgraded the armed forces. What Putin has not been able to do is to formulate an ideology that goes beyond Great-Russian nationalism.

The “Putinist” facade of ideology, following on from Soviet Marxism-Leninism, and also following the crazed and chaotic crony-capitalism under Yeltsin, is a mere pastiche: some Great-Russian nationalism, a bit of Russian Orthodox traditional religion, a more statist form of crony-capitalism, a bit of Western consumerism; a bit of this, a bit of that.

When push came to shove, the ideological emptiness at the core of Putinism was unable to withstand any pressure. Look at the stories coming out of Ukraine: soldiers deserting, with their weapons (including a tank!), and for money and a passport out; soldiers having to loot grocery stores because they are not fed; ill-discipline generally.

Even if some of the stories are Kiev-regime propaganda, not all are. Morale in the invading army is obviously at rock-bottom, and the lack of any proper ideology is central to what must be seen as near-failure to complete the mission in Ukraine.

The death, hurt, and destruction now being inflicted on civilians and their companion animals (and their homes) is quite sickening, and need never have happened.

Having said all that, Russia can still at least complete the outline of this invasion. It must now either take or destroy the cities of the east and south now being besieged. With extra armies brought from reserves, it must be possible to take most of those cities almost intact; how much more fuel, food, and ammunition can the defenders have?

Once Russia has secured the major cities and rural sections of the east and south, it can move on blockaded Odessa (the third-largest city after Kiev and Kharkov) and then, with the entire east and south secured, on Kiev itself.

Everything would be easier for Russia if Zelensky himself could be located and either captured or eliminated. Why was that, in the pre-invasion period, not prioritized and carried out by the GRU or SVR?

Even if Russia prevails, it will now be a bitter victory, and a bitter harvest, but the alternative is for Russia to lose, and that will be followed at some point by the fall of Putin, and by a Russia in chaos again, bearing in mind the Western sanctions.

Russia needs to find a new ideology in which it can believe.

Russia in Ukraine needs to make some game-changing moves. Soon.

Tweets seen

What a shock. Not.

What sign shows most clearly how screwed the UK is, and is becoming?

The fact that part-Jew chancer and liar “Boris”-idiot was ever made MP, Cabinet minister, and now Prime Minister?

The fact that the sheep-population accepted, most of them, the “Covid” police state, facemask nonsense etc?

The fact that the sheep-population will not do anything serious to protest against, stlll less stop, the black/brown migration invasion (even to the extent of voting for anti-immigration candidates)?

The fact that many, perhaps most, Brits seem to think that Ukraine is somehow allied to the UK, and that the corrupt Jewish regime there is somehow worth supporting, or even going to war on behalf of?

The fact that there is, really, no Parliamentary Opposition now?

How about the fact that, by maybe as early as 2040, the UK will probably be majority non-white?

You choose…

Of course Blair still wants it. He’s evil, and a creature of Evil.

I raised the question about Kiev-regime treatment of Russian prisoners days if not weeks ago, and about how Western journalists seemed not even to be asking “where are you keeping your prisoners?“.

Jamie Wallis

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10667135/Tory-MP-comes-trans-Bridgend-MP-Jamie-Wallis-says-raped.html

A very unsuitable person to be an MP, or in any position of responsibility. Now being treated as some kind of “hero” (or should that be “heroine”?) because of his adherence to the “trans” stuff, but look at his record of dishonesty! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamie_Wallis#Career_before_politics.

The House of Commons is now a kind of Augean Stable…

I doubt that I am the only British citizen downright angry at the collection of idiots, corrupt criminals, mediocrities, foreign agents, moneygrubbers —and simple fuck-ups— now sitting on the benches of both houses of Parliament.

More tweets seen

Some of the women of those days also certainly had style.

Ha ha!

Late tweets

Import the blacks and browns, import their behaviours and ethics…

When a country’s “elite” are like that ridiculous creature, can it last long?

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veselin_Stoyanov]
[Bled Castle, Slovenia]

Diary Blog, 30 March 2022, with a few words about Scottish Labour

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[Wieskirche, Bavaria]

On this day a year ago

As always, see how many blank spaces there are, mostly the result of (still-intensifying) Twitter censorship over the past year.

Scottish Labour

I usually try to steer clear of Scottish politics, but the madness of it at least equals anything seen south of Hadrian’s Wall.

The Scottish Labour Party is pretty much dead on its feet. Only 1 MP out of a possible 59 at Westminster, and 22 MSPs out of a possible 129 at Holyrood. Even in local government, Labour has bombed, now holding only 249 out of 1227 local council seats in Scotland. The contrast with Scottish Labour’s historical high points is stark.

Labour had 56 out of 72 Scottish MPs 1997-2005, and historically held at least 30 Scottish seats at Westminster. In fact, the present position is its worst ever— even in 1910, in its first General Election, it scored 2 MPs: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Labour#House_of_Commons.

Actually, in terms of the popular vote, Scottish Labour’s best performance was in 1966 (49.8%), and its worst was in 2019, at 18.6%, less precipitous a fall than in terms of seats, but that’s First Past The Post voting for you.

In the Scottish Parliament, there has been a steady decline in Scottish Labour seats, from 56 out of 129 in 1999, to 22 out of 129 in 2021. Scottish Labour has not been even in coalition government in Scotland since 2007.

In the now-irrelevant European elections, Scottish Labour, which once had 7 out of 8 Scottish seats in the European Parliament, declined to flat zero (out of 6) by 2019 (9.3% of the popular vote).

Incidentally, Scottish Labour is now headed by a Glasgow-born Pakistani, who apparently has a £5M share in a family grocery business: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anas_Sarwar.

Scottish Labour’s problem is at one with that of UK Labour generally— the disappearance of the industrial proletariat. In addition to that, Labour ground has been taken by the faux-nationalist and sort-of social-democratic SNP.

As for the young lady who wants to lead the youth wing of Scottish Labour, she sounds like a caricature from the days of Michael Foot, with her talk of “picket lines” etc. Ha ha! Asinine or what?!

Some more tweets seen

“Guarantee” to Poland, 1939. Result? WW2.

“Guarantee” to Ukraine, 2022. Result? WW3, sooner or later.

Idiotic tweeter “@bolddigger52” seems to look forward happily to the immolation of himself, his family, his home etc. What can one say?

The same lying propaganda, part of the Coudenhove-Kalergi agenda, pushed worldwide: Canada, New Zealand, USA, UK, Germany, France etc.

Divine order in microcosm.

Amusing memory

A memory was just triggered by something I saw.

My Anglo-Russian girlfriend in the 1980s, seven years older than me, once told me about the time when, as a young (about 19-y-o) student, she was sent from the UK (in or about 1971) to see her relatives in Leningrad (those who, unlike her mother and others, had not fled as children from the Bolshevik revolution, or coup d’etat, in late 1917), to improve her spoken Russian (her degree course was in Russian and French).

The assembled Russian aunts, uncles etc asked what she did in her leisure time at Cambridge University. She said that she had a part-time job in a pub, in order to socialize, and to make a little extra money at the same time.

So far so good, except that (her colloquial Russian still being rudimentary despite her background and university studies) she translated “pub” (ie “public house”) as “publichny dom“, which is literally “public house”, but in Russian is actually the colloquial term for a brothel, or bordello.

There ensued a shocked silence, then questions from her aunts and uncles, such as “does your mother know?!” (“Oh, yes, my parents both said that it would be good for me to do that work, and meet people from various walks of life”) and “do other girls at the University do it?” (“Oh, yes, many do…a way to make some money and enjoy some evenings, and not difficult once you get used to it” etc…).

Eventually, one of her uncles realized that the problem was linguistic, not her morals or the decadence of Western society…

Still clapping?

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/great-gran-93-left-waiting-26588583

More from the ludicrous “Black Lives Matter” stable

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10666285/Statue-David-Livingstone-removed-slavery-links-despite-abolitionist.html

Interesting video about regreening of deserts

Suggested by a reader of the blog:

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_D._Liu; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lawton_(biologist).

See also: https://www.black-jaguar.org/the-project/.

Also very interesting:

[https://www.brightvibes.com/1479/en/50-years-ago-this-was-a-waste-land-until-one-man-transformed-it-by-applying-natures-wisdom]

More tweets

I predicted something like this many years ago. There is really little difference between a late-term foetus and a young baby. Many people are born prematurely, are usually completely healthy, and some go on to to be of world-historic significance (historically, St. Paul, for one). A foetus is dependent upon its mother, but a baby (human) is also completely dependent, unable to live independently. In fact, it is an irrefutable fact that a human child is only gradually less dependent; it takes years.

The evil displayed in that proposed Californian legislation is a sign of the times. Many of the most significant (and often negative) cultural manifestations affecting Europe, and other parts of the world, have emerged over the past century from California.

Somewhat similar situation in UK: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10307849/Social-workers-investigating-couple-beat-Star-Hobson-death-missed-five-chances-save-her.html

The people of the UK would be better off if 90% of the MPs in the fake “democracy” disappeared.

In memory of Hodge

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hodge_(cat)

Late tweets

I am a member of the New York Bar (on paper— I never practised there, as such, though I did work in the USA on occasion), and was also a member of the Bar of England and Wales until a pack of Jews contrived my (wrongful and unlawful) disbarment in 2016 by way of a malicious and politically-motivated complaint: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

I have met many American lawyers, had dealings with quite a few, and also seen some in action in both state courts (in New York) and Federal courts (in New York and New Jersey). A few are highly intelligent; most are not. As for advocacy, most are rock-bottom.

If true, this is “incredible” (in the sense of “amazing”).

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Note: this should not be taken to indicate any ideological agreement on my part with Stalin, or his policies.

[Stalin (at right), with Gorky (centre) and Voroshilov, 1932]

Diary Blog, 29 March 2022

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On this day a year ago

As on previous days reposted, the amount of Twitter censorship over the past year (shown by blank spaces) is incredible.

Soil restoration, and reafforestation, in Mexico

Interesting report. https://news.mongabay.com/2022/03/indigenous-communities-transform-a-mexican-desert-landscape-into-forest/amp/

[Mexico: soil-restoration area]
[Mexico: water-catchment wall]

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milpa.

Tweets seen

This may well end badly (the whole thing).

This comes close to becoming an active participant in a war against Russia.

A point I have made repeatedly for many years.

The old idea that Britain is (or rather, was) “a free country under law” has become “Britain is a facade of a free country under law, but behind that really is, or is becoming, an unfree country bound by arbitrary decisions and instant fake ‘laws’ and regulations“.

Peter Hitchens has, over the past couple of years (since the “panicdemic” police state emerged) made similar claims about his Twitter account.

Once again, Evil poses as something “good”…

France, like Britain, needs a cultural purge. Followed by “Nuremberg” laws.

Something else that Britain needs, badly, now.

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Late tweets

Jewish. Again. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Perlman].

Every. Single. Time.

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Diary Blog, 28 March 2022

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[Colonnade and Singing Fountain, Marianske Lazne (former Marienbad), Czech Republic]

On this day a year ago

Tweets seen

Russia and Ukraine have always been, if not one entity, then at least bound together. The very word “Ukraine” comes from a root meaning something like “outskirts”, in other words an outer part of Russia. Little Russia, as it was once called. In the 19thC, Tchaikovsky called his Second Symphony, the “Little Russian“.

A typically-meaningless example of Twitter logic: if you removed the “black and brown” vote from UK elections (since about 1990), you would never have had the Labour governments of the 1997-2010 period, and you would in fact never have any Labour-label government again.

The forces of Evil usually pose as “good”.

Behind their would-be dictating, though, the guilty politician-puppets are afraid, which is why they are always whining about their supposedly inadequate security.

More tweets

The SNP has proven to be a good example of the old maxim of Lord Acton about how “power corrupts“. First that old fraud Salmond, who turned out to be a sex pest and/or rapist (though, “lucky in his jury”, he was acquitted, formally); then came would-be dictator and would-be “world leader” Nicola Sturgeon, that silly little woman. Not to mention that Paki-stani, whose name escapes me, and who wants to introduce Stasi-style interference with free speech, even in private homes.

The SNP, which in any case is not really “national” at all, should be kicked into the bin.

Chuck a few logs on the fire from me!

Kids“? Is that a typo? I was thinking “n**s“.

As a group, they cannot create a civilization, and find it hard even to live in one created by others. Their more natural role is to destroy anything decent that those others have created and maintained. In our society, and as a group, useless and quite negative.

Starmer, at best, is just a puppet. Bin him.

White Genocide, in essence.

To coin a phrase, “me too“…in fact, I do not know anyone at all who has ever watched GB News. Does it really have an audience?

There are still a couple of English left, at the back. “Hello, Robinson Crusoe!

My view of Enoch Powell has not at all changed since the 1970s. A highly-intelligent, highly-educated, very courageous man, who was also a political idiot.

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

“Whatever you do, don’t mention the Jews!”

In this long BBC assessment of the Jew “oligarch” and billionaire, Roman Abramovich [see below], penned by one Justin Parkinson, the words “Jew” and “Jewish” appear not once. Not one single time: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-60708450.

According to the BBC, the oligarch-thieves are all “Russian“…and many poor saps that know no better probably believe the lies that are broadcast by BBC, Sky, ITV News etc.

I suppose that the ordinary UK person actually believes that the so-called “Russian” oligarchs really are Russian. In fact, few are.

Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich was born on 24 October 1966 in SaratovRussian SFSRSoviet Union (present-day Saratov, Russia). His parents are of Ashkenazi Jewish descent” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Abramovich].

Late tweets

So it appears that the Science and Technology reporter for the Independent cannot distinguish between a personal disagreement and a situation where silly, “entitled” pseudo-“green” crazies, making a ridiculous propaganda point, block people from getting where they need to go on public roads.

The only quibble I have about that tweet is the use of the word “animals” in the full post. Don’t tar animals with the brush of the guilt of degenerate sub-humans.

Incidentally, while I generally dislike the death penalty (as such), in rare and particularly-egregious cases of the above sort, I just think…”let them burn“…

Finally, not one of the sub-humans was executed (not even the only one actually sentenced to death): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murders_of_Channon_Christian_and_Christopher_Newsom.

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladim%C3%ADr_Soukup]
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%ADt%C4%9Bzslava_Kapr%C3%A1lov%C3%A1]

Diary Blog, 27 March 2022

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On this day a year ago

Once again, in the intervening year, several tweets reposted have been expunged via Twitter censorship.

Tweets seen

Not very literate but, once deciphered, “Rachel’s” tweet is more or less my view, though I am far more sceptical about the competence of the Russian General Staff and Russian intelligence orgs, and far less willing to accept the brutal way in which this whole invasion is now being carried out, in terms of civilian harm done.

Old v. young, Ukrainian v. Russian, nostalgia for socialism v. misty optimism about finance-capitalism. Sounds like a very limited foreshadowing of Rudolf Steiner’s “War of All against All” prophecy.

Zelensky is trying to browbeat NATO into winning this war for him, in effect. Also, his assertion that Russia somehow menaces the eastern states of Europe is not very credible: after all, the whole world has seen how Russia has struggled to beat down shambolic and corrupt Ukraine, and has still not managed to do that.

“Ukraine is the new Covid”, for the transnational conspiracy.

Climate change narratives, Covid lies, facemask nonsense, “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, Ukraine (Zelensky) partisanship etc— for the transnational conspiracy, “all roads lead to Rome“…

…or Jewish lobby/Israel lobby puppet.

I blogged recently about how I once accompanied the then Ukrainian Ambassador to the UK, Mr. Komissarenko, to the main UK “bio-lab”, at Porton Down, Wiltshire; about 27 years ago, though.

Britain, 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10651449/Soldier-cleared-raping-colleague-told-court-liked-rough-kinky-sex.html

Notwithstanding the very sluggish Russian invasion of Ukraine, are we really expected to believe that the British Army could perform adequately now?

Zelensky

A profile in the Italian edition of Vanity Fair magazine (in an imperfect translation):

WHO IS THE REAL ZELENSKY?

Who really is the Ukrainian comedian who became the beniamino of the western press and decanted as a hero on the covers of our weekly and in our News?

Who is the character that showed up in military uniform last Saturday in Florence between the applause and ovation of the PD armed Pacificist Square?

We know that he was born in 1978 from a family of Jewish origin and that his first language is not Ukrainian, but Russian.

He chooses his career as an actor and a comedian, founded the Kvartal 95 Studio and produced the Telenovela “Sluha Narodu” (Servant of the People) in which Zelensky himself plays any man who is tired of the political corruption that rages in Ukraine, see you One unexpectedly elected president.

It seems that Igor Kolomoyskyi – powerful businessman with the triple Ukrainian, Cypriot and Israeli passport, US trustee and Ukraine’s main oligarch – watching the popular telenovela comes the magnificent idea of turning fiction into a king height and making comedian Zelenzky play the part of the President not only in video but also in reality.

Immediately after Zelensky announces the foundation of a party that has the same name as the popular telenovela: “Servant of the People” and, at the peak of its popular television, announces its candidacy for the presidential elections of the year s occasionally.

From then on, its company, Kvartal 95, will register an abnormal flow of funding, run through off-shore based tax havens, for a sum of $40 million.

Zelensky’s main subsidizer of the campaign is really the [Jew] oligarch Kolomoyskyi, owner of PrivatBank, the largest bank in Ukraine, involved in several cases of fraudulent banking and illegal investments.

Igor Kolomoysky was one of the main sponsors of some of the neo-Nazis and ultra-nationalist paramilitary groups that in 2014 produced the coup that overturned President Janukovic’s legitimate government by initiating 8 years of instability and civil war in the region.

In April 2019 Zelensky newly elected President immediately provides to distribute government duties to the members of his company, the Kvartal 95.

Ivan Bakanov, already CEO of the company, becomes the head of the Secret Services, while Vice Director Serhiy Shefir becomes the official spokesman for the president.

Oligarch Igor Kolomoysky, the godfather and sponsor of Zelensky, has strong economic interests on the Donbass, which is why his private army of Neo-Nazist organizations, partly framed in the Ukrainian Army, has been eradicated about 16 since 2015 a thousand russophones to silence from the international community.

This is also the reason why Zelensky at the peace negotiations rejects Russian requests for recognition of the Donbass People’s Republics and is willing to continue the war by any means, trying by all means to involve NATO and extend it to the rest of Europe.

According to what appeared in the Pandora Papers and reported by “The Guardian” of October 3, 2021, Zelensky holds shares of three off-shore companies, has ties with several oligarchs from which he receives illegal funding and billionaires in revenue and is c straight wrapped around guns and money ai Neo-Nazis.

In the light of this and its declared interest in joining Ukraine to NATO, placing American missile bases on the borders of Russia, invoking the no-fly zone and the use of an atomic bomb, one is asked if the Ukrainian president is truly the hero that the European media is representing.

We wonder if the politicians and western media really realize what kind of business and corruption are hiding behind this shameless character and how much they are risking us to hide the war delusions of this unbalanced affair. “

[from Vanity Fair magazine]

The Ukrainian “neo-Nazis”, of course, the few genuine ones, are just being played, as are most of the others in this rather serious game.

Incidentally, take a look at the “usual suspects” on Twitter— the pro-Israel tweeters are all tweeting heavily about Ukraine, and every single one of the bastards is pro-Zelensky…

Usual suspects“? The ones that were/are all pro-facemask nonsense, pro “Covid” “vaccination”, pro-“lockdown” shutdown, anti-Corbyn etc…

Every. Single. Time.

More tweets seen

[https://antisemitism.org/caa-appeals-to-attorney-general-as-nicholas-nelson-handed-absurdly-lenient-sentence-following-antisemitic-harassment/]

Without commenting on the reported case specifically, it seems clear to me that the police, CPS, and maybe judges too, are getting pretty tired of the “CAA” Israel zealots desperately seeking to find “antisemitism” everywhere (and trying to pretend that it is a serious “problem”).

The small but well-funded “Campaign Against Antisemitism” is a tiny group of obsessives, stalkers,and snoops. A few dozen Jews, out of about 300,000 Jews in the UK.

They have been trying to have me prosecuted for a decade now (even before the CAA’s official foundation): see, for example (not a full list by any means) https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and, most recently, 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/

I sense, though it is only my impression, that the police, CPS, many MPs, even the largely (((controlled))) mass media are getting pretty tired of this constant Jewish-Zionist and/or pro-Israel whining, the attempts to bully people, the contrived and/or false accusations against people etc.

In fact, I notice that quite a few of the trolls and plotters who have targeted me over the years are, shall we say, “not doing so well” these days. “The stars in their courses fight on the side of the just” [ancient Chinese proverb].

[“Get down there, where you wanted to send me, you unclean spirit!“]

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/07/18/theyre-coming-to-take-me-away-ha-ha/. Sadly, the recent intensification of quasi-police-state censorship on (and by) Twitter has resulted in blank spaces where some of the most amusing tweets used to be seen until very recently.

Incidentally, that CAA “report” on the Nicholas Nelson case portentously refers to “a new legal device” developed by them to unmask anonymous trolls etc. In fact, their “new legal device” is a Norwich Pharmacal order [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwich_Pharmacal_order], the first of which was granted in 1974! In fact, I remember learning about them when I was a Bar student in 1987-88. The development of such orders had nothing to do with the CAA, which was only established in 2014, forty years later…

The only “new” thing (actually, not so new anyway) is that the CAA has used that type of court order to unmask an “anonymous” Internet “troll”. I myself thought, but some years ago, of doing the same, to unmask and locate a few of the would-be “anonymous” (pseudonymous) Jew-Zionist and “antifa” trolls who pollute Twitter; sadly, to date, I have no money with which to undertake such a ratissage, not as yet, anyway.

In fact, even the use of such a court order in relation to Internet activity is not new, having been used against or in relation to Facebook and Google as long ago as 2008 (see, e.g. that Wikipedia article).

Looks as though a certain self-promoting and Israel-resident lawyer may have been been telling “porkies” once more,…

So (((typical)), such self-promotion (and such falsehood, as well).

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No detail as yet as to whether the deceased was “vaccinated”, “boosted” etc, but the chances are that he was…

We hear that Ukraine and, indeed, Russia, are corrupt. Very true. So is, pretty much, all of Africa and South America, and much of Asia. How though, can we say anything about those places, when the UK has become as, if not more, corrupt over the past few decades?

Incidentally, Michelle Mone, instant “baroness”, is known for nothing but self-promotion and for having started a lingerie company that crashed in the end, but by that time she had managed to promote herself as a “self-made” “entrepreneur” or entrepreneuse.

A dishonest woman, in my opinion, who is, again in my opinion, little better than a fraudster. Despite now being married to a billionaire, she still wants to grab hundreds of millions, regardless of ethics.

If the UK ever has a real revolution, criminals like her will be the trigger.

Part-Jew “Conservative” David Cameron-Levita made her an instant “baroness”. Pathetic.

What a contrast to shameless and fraudulent fake “baroness”, Michelle Mone…

Still clapping, idiots?

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Diary Blog, 26 March 2022, including more thoughts about Ukraine strategy

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[Arkip Kuindzhi, Dnieper]

On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz

Well, not so good this week, though I still managed to beat political journalist John Rentoul, who scored a mere 2/10. I scored 4/10. I did not know the answers to questions 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 10.

Rentoul is rather odd. He claims that “star signs do not count“. I am prepared to concede that popular newspaper-style astrology is almost worthless, but I say that it stands in the same relationship to real astrology as newspaper political journalism stands in relation to serious analysis…

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What a tasteless and horrible thing to do. I hope that that cruel bully gets what’s coming to him. Soon.

Those who are pushing for war or near-war with Russia over Ukraine (a territory with which, historically, the UK has had little connection, ever, incidentally) should realize that even actual chess games and poker games have led to death of participants in the past, when one player is pushed and pushed and pushed…

A few more thoughts about Ukraine strategy

This invasion was mishandled from the start by the Russian General Staff and Russian intelligence orgs. It should have been meticulously planned, but obviously was not. It has more in common with the pathetic and botched Soviet invasion of Finland in 1939-40 than with, say, the Blitzkrieg advances of the German Reich in 1939, 1940, and 1941, or indeed with the well-planned and executed Red Army advance into the Reich from 1943 to early 1945. Terrible. Heads must roll.

The Russians should have planned this so that they could have pressed a metaphorical button and said…GO!

The invasion only came after weeks of pointless sabre-rattling. Why? It should have come, as far as possible, as a bolt from the blue.

The first step, before ANY ordinary military or naval action, should have been the assassination of Zelensky and other leading political and military executives of the Kiev regime.

I have no idea whether the Russians now have much in the way of the old Spetsnaz and “Olympic Spetsnaz” special forces. In Soviet times, “Olympic Spetsnaz” units (largely composed of Olympic athletes and persons on a similar physical level) were reserved for tasks of the highest strategic importance, such as (against NATO states) destruction of missile launch sites and early-warning stations, elimination of important communications hubs, and the assassination of heads of state, heads of government, and the highest-ranking military officers.

The elimination of the Zelensky cabal should have been top priority, not just one extra idea.

Once Zelensky and his cabal were no longer active, or almost simultaneously, the Russian Spetsnaz could have taken down any civil and military communications not rocketed, and created chaos, especially in Kiev.

The Russians could then have concentrated all available forces on capturing Kiev by Blitzkrieg attack, starting with overwhelming long-range missile attacks on all important government, communications and TV/radio buildings (including police stations and Army headquarters etc), followed by a mass parachute descent by the VDV (Russian parachute shock troops) direct onto those open areas not too heavily-wooded around Kiev, such as airports. Even onto wide roads and into main squares. Among the areas and facilities to be secured— airports, main railway stations, bridges, major routes going north and east.

A risky plan, true, but the shock value of thousands of parachutes descending would have been enough to cause mass panic in Kiev. Roads jammed with destroyed cars, buses, and trucks, a headless Ukrainian government apparat, and any Ukrainian military and police personnel eliminated on sight.

Long-range rockets would have taken out at least some of Kiev’s air defences, as previously located by intelligence work.

At that point, before NATO, Biden, Boris-idiot etc even had time to say anything, let alone do anything, the main Russian invasion contingents should have swiftly begun to approach Kiev, from the north especially. At the nearest point, the distance from the Russian border to Kiev is 200 miles.

With Kiev’s airports under command, and air defences damaged or destroyed, more Russian forces could have been flown in, fighting their way into the heart of the city and to nearby strategic areas such as the already-secured bridges over the Dnieper.

On the same day, or the following day, Russian naval forces should have begun to blockade and attack the Black Sea and Sea of Azov coastal areas, while other forces began (as they have done in the real invasion) to encircle or attack the main cities of the east, notably Kharkov. Strategic targets in the west and centre of the country should have been attacked at the same time, or not long after.

The Donbass should not, in the short-term, have been a priority. Even had the Ukrainian forces stationed there for 7-8 years broken through, they would have nowhere to go, Donetsk being a border city, except into the “endless” and sparsely-populated prostor (open space) of southern Russia.

Kiev is the jewel in the crown.

Once the above had happened, there should have been the installation of, and proclamation of, an outline puppet government. Any resistance put down firmly, using pre-gathered intelligence.

With no Kiev government, with communications in chaos, with Russian troops pouring into Kiev, the remnants of the Ukrainian Army and its ragtag volunteer forces would have been leaderless, in the dark, and easily overwhelmed, at least east of the Dnieper.

As we know, the above reads like a pipe-dream compared to what actually happened.

The one single aspect that has all but killed the Russian invasion has been delay. It was delay that enabled the Kiev regime to start organizing a defence, delay that enabled the cities to be turned into fortresses, delay that enabled Zelensky to parade on the world, media (and social media) stage, delay that enabled NATO and others to start to send advanced weaponry.

As things stand, the Russians are still just keeping things stable, overall, but that is not enough.

Below, the Daily Mail assessment:

It can be seen that even the Daily Mail, while noting everything that has “gone wrong” with the invasion (with most of which assessment I can agree), still also notes that, on almost all active fronts, Russia is “winning”, albeit at a terrible cost (both for Russia and for Ukrainian civilians— and I can only agree with that, too).

There are pieces available to Putin which he has not as yet played. The first is that of the Belarussian armed forces. Relatively small, the regular Belarus Army nonetheless could exert pressure in the north/northwest, which might help the Russians in that region.

There are advanced Russian planes that have not yet been much used because they might be shot down by Ukraine’s donated NATO weaponry.

Putin can call upon reserves amounting to several million, in theory, but any fresh levies have to be equipped, transported, and fed.

Putin can, if he so chooses, flatten Ukraine’s main cities without using nuclear weapons. A terrible thing, and not at all what he wants, but he might still do that rather than “lose” the war. If he did that to all the large unoccupied eastern/central cities except Kiev, then his forces would be able to focus on and take Kiev without destroying it (and its historic landmarks).

Above all, whatever happens, Putin and Russia retain their ace-in-the-hole, the Russian strategic rocket forces and nuclear-capable air force and navy. 6,200 nuclear missiles and bombs. That power may not be useful directly in Ukraine, but keeps NATO out of the war, so far.

The “great fact” of popular strategy is that “Russia cannot be conquered”, and both Hitler and Napoleon were defeated trying to beat the odds on that.

An interesting thing is to pick any random area of Russia south or east of Moscow and look at it on Google Earth. Cities exist, yes, but once you are outside them, in the country, you are quickly in the vast landscape that made battle-hardened Wehrmacht officers tremble.

That vastness, with the Russian people (and their sense of nationality) makes Russia the toughest nut of all.

Even a nuclear war would probably not entirely destroy the essence of Russia.

State of play at Kiev, as of 25 March:

In the Kiev area, Russia is not pushing forward, and may not even be maintaining position.

I still say that, in the overall war, and despite the limited Ukrainian counter-attacks, Russia is slowly winning this, though —as also said before— at a terrible cost in human and animal suffering.

The Kiev regime must be running out of fuel in the east and centre. Fuel dumps and storage areas have been rocketed by the Russians. Food is also running out, perhaps has run out, in most of the besieged cities, though not, it appears, in Kiev itself.

Russia will not have “won” this war unless and until it has taken over and occupied all of Ukraine east of the river Dnieper (and Kiev) and, realistically, all of the coastal regions and ports, including Odessa.

For Russia simply to retain the Donbass would be unsustainable, both militarily and politically. This is now, pretty much, a fight to the death.

Anything less than occupation of the half of Ukraine east of the Dnieper, and south of a line 50-100 miles north of the Black Sea/Sea of Azov, will surely mean the end of Putin, not only politically but actually, literally. If Putin were to go into exile, a very unlikely thing, where would he go? What state would shelter him? Not Belarus, I think. Not China. North Korea? An unappealing prospect for someone akin to a modern “tsar”, to live in some remote, and guarded, North Korean villa.

No, I think that Putin will fight this war to the bitter end, even if that means nuclear war with “NATO” (the USA).

Looking a few weeks ahead, we can see the prospect that, for all of the Kiev-regime propaganda, Kharkov and most of the other cities presently besieged will be controlled by Russia, and that resistance will be confined largely to the west of the country, to Odessa, and to Kiev. By that time, Putin will presumably have decided how to take Kiev, or what else to do to bring this terribly-mismanaged episode to a close (at least in the short term).

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[London under attack from V1 and/or V2 rockets, 1944]

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Exactly. False freedom(s). Even as a teenager, in the 1970s, I could see that all that almost all the pop/rock stars wanted was to acquire a lifestyle and, to get it, money. They could not be compared to the great composers, even the most venal of those great composers.

Burgon’s tweet is a good example of the sheer unreality animating the self-describing “Left”.

Implied (by his other tweets etc), open borders and mass immigration (of lower cultures and races, at that), yet at the same time a better, more advanced, more prosperous, and more relaxed, society. Can’t be done. It is like pulling and pushing simultaneously at a door.

I have little quarrel with Burgon’s actual comment, taking it as it stands, but pious hopes and wishes count for little if not grounded in reality.

With the ending of the Cold War, it would have been possible for the advanced parts of the world to remove the backward Saudis, Qataris and Kuwaitis etc from rulership over the Gulf, and just use “their” hydrocarbon resources (entirely discovered, developed, refined, and utilized by Europeans and Americans) for the purposes of civilization. Instead of which, those backward and arrogant wastes of space have misused the monies garnered to build tasteless sprawling cities which only work because non-Gulf Arabs keep them going.

I may not like Israel and Jewry, but I dislike the Arabs too, as a group, or in general cultural-historical terms.

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I hope it chokes them.

That poor bamboozled second tweeter, one Annie Sheffer, still does not know that this is part of a transnational conspiracy, of which the misnamed “British” Government is but part. Will someone let “Annie Sheffer” know the truth, and that she should google “the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan”, “The Great Replacement, or just “White Genocide”…

Yes, it’s all connected, meaning the weaponization of climate change, and of Covid, and the plan to destroy or subvert Russia, as well as the destruction of white European race and culture.

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Diary Blog, 25 March 2022

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On this day a year ago

Once again, it is disturbing to see the number of blank spaces, the result of recent Twitter censorship.

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So 1,000 missiles per day? At what point does a state supplying such weapons in such quantities become de facto an active participant in the war?

Of the above news items, the only really immediately significant one is that the tough, indeed brutal, Chechen fighters attached to the Russian effort claim to have taken the city hall of Mariupol, i.e. the central part of the city (pre-invasion population around 450,000).

Morale in at least part of the Russian invasion force has obviously been a problem, which is no doubt why Putin has drafted in the determined and relentless Chechens; it seems that battle-hardened Syrian volunteers, motivated (by money) and experienced, may arrive before too long. That may stiffen the Russian line.

The EU really is a bad joke now. If Ukraine is admitted, then it means that all the supposedly carefully-worked-out EU membership criteria (social and political stability, territorial integrity, no part of a country being under occupation, economic stability, stability of currency etc) are worth squat, to put it colloquially.

Panicdemic

A graphic from a year ago, but well worth revisiting.

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It also shows, pretty clearly, that the Russian occupiers are not the monsters that are being portrayed in the Western msm…

The civilians in the occupied cities are plainly not much afraid of the Russian troops.

The Western arms being sent to the Kiev regime may well result in localized, and even wider, defeats for Russian forces in the short term, but will result either in the Russian high command (historically, the Stavka) committing more troops and equipment to the war (as it now is) or (and/or) using very powerful bombs, missiles and artillery to flatten cities in the south and east of Ukraine and also to attack, from long distances, strategic targets in the west of Ukraine.

So far, the Russians have not much targeted such as railway stations, railway lines, and major road links from neighbouring countries, in the west of Ukraine.

Neither have whatever Putin has in the nature of the old Soviet Spetsnaz forces been used to assassinate the highest-ranking members of the Kiev regime.

In Soviet days, so-called “Olympic Spetsnaz” (many officers of which were or had been athletes in Olympic competition) were assigned to be used against targets of the highest strategic importance— early-warning stations, missile launch sites, nuclear power stations and manufacturing plants, and the assassination of heads of state, heads of government, high-ranking military and naval chiefs etc.

When push comes to shove, Putin is not going to back down. The only question is how far his (it seems not very competent) General Staff and intelligence apparat will back him. As I said weeks ago, Stalin would have been shooting generals and spy chiefs right and left by now.

Jurors in Crown Court trial disbelieve Jew “victims” of alleged “antisemitism”

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10651929/Real-Housewives-Cheshire-star-Dawn-Ward-breaks-CLEARED.html

The celebrity also claimed her daughters have been targeted by online trolls in the wake of the case.” [Daily Mail]

Probably the same pack of malicious Jew trolls who have been tweeting (etc) against me for years: see a few experiences I have had in recent years: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and see also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/; and see also 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/.

On Her Majesty’s Not Very Secret Service

I happened to see this 2021 Daily Mail article by Craig Brown [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Brown_(satirist)]: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10487439/CRAIG-BROWN-spy-licence-tweet-MI6.html.

By chance, if you like, I have just finished reading the 2016 biography, Spymaster [https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/nov/11/spymaster-martin-pearce-mi6-maurice-oldfield], by Martin Pearce, the nephew of the subject. Incidentally, good value; bought used via Amazon— only about £6 even including postage for a hardback copy in almost new condition.

That book is well written, workmanlike, but unexciting. It covers much the same ground as “C”, an earlier and far more interesting study, written in 1985 by “Richard Deacon” [Donald McCormick; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_McCormick], an interesting writer whose books on espionage etc are always very readable.

Deacon’s book delved into Oldfield’s interest in astrology and numerology. For me, that was one of its most interesting areas. The more recent book ignores that area of Oldfield’s mind completely, which I think is a weakness in it.

The strengths of the 2016 book lie in its having more up to date material, and in the fact that the author could tell a few anecdotes about his uncle. Not enough, for me, and having read the earlier book long ago, as well as other material, I found the 2016 book rather derivative.

As for the now-tiresome recounting of what is publicly known about those over-rated people Philby, Burgess, Maclean, and Blunt, for me that was like seeing a merely so-so film for the tenth time.

Other aspects of the intelligence history (and indeed, general history) of the 20thC, I found very shallow indeed, and there were a couple of plain errors.

I don’t want to knock Pearce’s book too much. It is a fairly good read, and worth reading at that, but personally I would not give it more than 3 stars out of 5.

As for that Craig Brown article, I agree with much of what he says, but his points are weakened when he says that, for example, Maxwell Knight [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxwell_Knight] was “head of MI5“. Perhaps he should have been Director-General [“D-G”], but in fact he never was, though he was ranked as a director of the (then-small) MI5 in the 1920s.

When journalists and other scribblers cannot get basic facts right, it irritates, and makes the reader feel that their opinions are superficial (though, as said, I myself did agree with much of Brown’s article).

Incidentally, Martin Pearce has written but one other book, and that was about the Malayan Emergency [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malayan_Emergency], focussing on its military and intelligence aspects.

I do not know whether Martin Pearce was (or is) in the same line of business as his uncle; neither Amazon nor the dust jacket of Spymaster give any detail at all about his education, residence, hobbies, or occupation.

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In warm or hot weather “the natives (who are not actually native to these islands) get restless“…

One gets very tired seeing endless pictures and videos of that corrupt and evil Jew manipulator.

Paris is slowly (?) becoming a zoo, just like London, Berlin, Stockholm and other European capitals corrupted by NWO/ZOG misrule, and migration-invasion.

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Diary Blog, 24 March 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Complete idiots on the roads of Jamaica. Who would have thought it?…

Russia is going to win this war, come what may. Any adventurers, freebooters, and would-be contract soldiers, from the UK, USA etc may well find themselves prisoners of war —but not treated according to the Geneva Convention(s)— in a prison camp, somewhere like Siberia, or (more likely) Mordovia (central Russia). That’s if they do not get a bullet in the head in the field.

Sadiq Khan is an idiot.

Ukraine

[state of play as of early 24 March 2022]

Russian forces are almost stalled; stagnating. My impression though, is that (despite the Daily Mail take), they still (just about) hold the initiative. If Russia can energize itself to take and hold the territory between Donetsk and Kharkov, and then lay siege to, or at least encircle, Zaporozhye and then Dnipro (former Dnepropetrovsk), a general approach, east of the Dnieper river, on Kiev (from east and southeast) will be possible.

As I blogged right from the start, even before the start of the invasion, the Russian strategy should be to secure the Black Sea and Sea of Azov shores/littoral (to maybe 50-100 miles inland), to secure the entire territory of Ukraine east of the river Dnieper, and to take and hold Kiev. The rest of Ukraine can then be left.

On that basis, the Russians would control almost all the major cities of Ukraine, most of its industry, a significant amount of its agriculture, much of its electricity generation, and all of its sea-ports and Dnieper river-ports.

It appears that that is more or less what the Russians are doing, but very slowly.

It may be that Putin is going to have to commit greater forces to the war. Russia and its ally, Belarus, abut about two-thirds of Ukrainian territory. It must be possible to bring in more of everything in order to start the campaign moving again.

My sense is that Putin is not going to withdraw all forces to Russia proper. He will not back down or be seen to “lose”. I do not think that simply holding on to the Donbass regions alone will be seen by Putin or the Russian public as anything akin to a victory. There has to be more. To control the entire south and east (everywhere east of the Dnieper) would do it. That really means taking and holding Kiev as well.

Is Kiev essential to a Russian victory? I think that it probably is.

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[Raphael, The School of Athens]

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[Daily Mail map of positions in the Kiev area]

If it is true that around Kiev, and possibly elsewhere, Russian forces are being pushed back, then Putin has either to bring in fresh reserves from Russia, or he has to use missiles and air power to flatten the Kiev-regime forces and/or the cities which are as yet holding out, the most important of which is Kiev itself.

We are told that the Russian air force has been held back by reason of the ground-to-air missiles supplied to Zelensky’s forces by the USA and UK. If that is so, and if the Russian ground forces cannot overrun the Ukrainian positions and prevent use of such Western weaponry, then the only logical way for Russia to regain the initiative will be to use long-range missiles which cannot easily be shot down, and which would be able to change the battlefield, depending on what kind of warhead is used.

If this continues much longer, I can see Kiev and other major cities of the Ukraine being all but razed to the ground.

I note that Russian forces are (said to be) taking up defensive positions as far as 20 miles outside Kiev; away from any danger of being within any circle of destruction from the air, perhaps. Does this betoken a massive onslaught by missiles and planes? We may not have to wait long to find out.

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Once again, sinister clown Boris-idiot plays the Poundland Churchill. Amateur dramatics. Today’s role? “The Great War Leader and Statesman”. Benny Hill could have done it better, just like that other sinister clown, Zelensky.

So the UK, which has never been allied to Ukraine, never had anything much to do with it, is suddenly going to have hundreds of millions of pounds wasted on arms sent to prolong and make worse (for civilians) a horrible near-civil war, at a time when British people can, many of them, scarcely make ends meet.

…which is why Enoch Powell, for all his great intelligence, knowledge, education, resilience, and courage, ended up as a political joke, incapable of leading even a reformist tendency, let alone a national-revolutionary movement.

That pathetic sack of ****, Linehan, was extremely insolent to me on Twitter more than once, and I seem to recall that he loved the fact that a pack of malicious Jews had instigated my (in fact not only unwarranted but unlawful) disbarment in 2016 (my “crime” was tweeting five completely true and accurate tweets about society and a few politicians): see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/ for detail on that.

So Linehan kicked me when (he thought) I was down. Now look at him! A snivelling wreck, because the often crazed and degenerate “trans” lobby (and the wider “woke” lobby) has had him “cancelled”. Ironically, I happen to hold views not far distant from what I understand to be his on that one topic: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/11/15/when-reality-becomes-subjective/.

He needs to stop snivelling, stand up, load up, and fight the enemies of civilization.

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Diary Blog, 23 March 2022, with more about Ukraine

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On this day a year ago

Interesting video

Ukraine

Both sides in what is now the war in Ukraine are running short of supplies, we read. Perhaps. The Russian forces can be resupplied overall, though there may be greater shortages in some specific geographical areas, but the Ukrainians (civilians and fighters) in the cities surrounded cannot be resupplied. Kiev itself is not completely surrounded, as yet.

Ammunition may be a bigger issue for the Ukrainian side than for the Russians. In any case, the weapons of most importance for the Ukrainian side are not small arms, but those donated free of charge by, mainly, the USA and UK— anti-tank and ground-to-air systems, able to be deployed by individuals or small groups. Without those weapons, Russia would by now be far more ahead in achieving its immediate tactical objectives.

Having said that, the civilians and soldiers in the besieged cities of the south and east cannot survive for long without food. Those cities will probably fall quite soon. When they do, huge Russian forces will move from the south and from the east towards Kiev.

I note that Zelensky is again calling for talks with Russia. He knows that he cannot win, as such, and so wants to stabilize the situation (eg by extended ceasefire, and open corridors) before cities now surrounded and under attack surrender or are destroyed.

Russia is going to win this war, in the short to medium term, even if most of its territorial gains are turned into scorched urban and rural wastelands. What happens further down the line is an open question.

This is not a war between very different nations and peoples. It is somewhere between that kind of war and a civil war. In the past, during the Russian Civil War (1917-1922), Ukraine was a battlefield between several contending forces: Bolsheviks, White Guards (pro-Tsarist anti-Bolsheviks), Ukrainian nationalists, and German forces, among others: see [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukrainian_People%27s_Republic].

[territory of Ukraine during the years 1917-1920; a far larger area than in 2022]

The events of 1917-1920 in the Ukraine form the background for the famous novel, The White Guard, by Bulgakov [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_White_Guard].

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A fairly dull Labour Party careerist, and System drone: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Sheerman. Some of these idiots calling for war with Russia seem to forget that a. the UK now has only about 15,000 truly battle-ready soldiers now, b. the RAF’s capabilities (including transport) are now very limited, and c. even one Russian nuclear missile —and they have up to 6,200— landing on London would pretty much destroy the UK as a society, and economy, and state, and for about 50-100 years.

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Preliminary note: good to see that one of the worst Jew-Zionist and/or pro-Israel troll accounts on Twitter, “@GnasherJew”, has been suspended (again). Last time, the usual online “claque” of Jews put up a huge scream, much noisy protest (as usual— absolutely typical), and the account was reinstated. Let us hope that this time the ban will be permanent.

The activities of Jew-Zionists such as “GnasherJew” are the major reason why Twitter, and the comment-Internet generally, has gradually become rather dull; the more interesting Twitter accounts, including my own, and those of David Icke, Katie Hopkins, Alison Chabloz, Patriotic Alternative, and many many others, have been removed. It would be good to see at least some redress, even if not the nemesis that certain malicious Jew-Zionist trolls deserve.

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Looks like you really cannot fool all of the people all of the time…

Looks like Indian “clever boy” Sunak’s stock is falling faster than the value of Ukrainian industrial shares…

If Parliament were at least entirely white and British by origin, without blacks, browns, Jews etc, or mixtures thereof, that alone would certainly not solve our national problems, but it would be a start.

Something similar is coming to the UK. Remember wise words from nearly a century ago:

While I am sorry for the civilians caught up in the Ukraine invasion, and also for their companion animals, the Kiev regime, headed by the decadent Jew clown Zelensky, is an integral part of the NWO/ZOG plan, which is why it must be toppled and crushed.

Why is he even in the UK?

Nearest city square. Firing squad. End (in an ideal world, that is…).

I disfavour the judicial death penalty, in fact, but the UK is getting to the point where something will eventually have to be done, not as judicial punishment, but as a public health or social health measure, mandated by the executive.

While I have no personal knowledge of whether the Russian claims are true or not, I did blog quite recently about my own visit to the Porton Down biological research station in Wiltshire, on which visit I was accompanied by the then Ukrainian Ambassador to the UK, Mr. Komissarenko, himself a trained biochemical scientist. He was, more recently, director of exactly such a laboratory in Ukraine. Even Wikipedia notes that fact.

That visit was in 1994, or maybe 1995: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/03/06/diary-blog-6-march-2022/.

Soon, the Covid police state measures come up for renewal in Parliament. Suddenly, we have these scare stories appearing. “Join the dots”, as they say…

“Journalism” and/or similar occupations used to be, at least reasonably, literate. Look at the above tweets. Four sentences, yet three egregious errors: “Stamer” for “Starmer”, “train” for “trail”, and “deceit” for “deficit”.

Pay peanuts, get “university”-“educated” monkeys, I suppose.

As for the substance, it is clear that relatively few members of the public trust or respect either main System party, yet there exists no real alternative; no social-national party or movement has arisen. I discount ridiculous fringe figures such as Jayda Fransen, Anne-Marie Waters etc. In any case, a social-national leader must at least be a man, as a bare minimum.

Crypto-Jew, of course. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madeleine_Albright#Early_life_and_career.

Incidentally, she was never really a “refugee“, as claimed. Her father went from Yugoslavia (where he had been a “Czech” diplomat), to the UK in 1939. She was later, after WW2, sent by her father from, again, Belgrade to school in Switzerland; from there, she once more went to the UK, then (in 1948) to the USA. She did not suffer in any way from “Nazis”, or indeed Communists.

Incidentally, Albright’s Jewish parents stole artworks from the flat in Prague which they occupied after WW2: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madeleine_Albright#Art_ownership_lawsuit. Albright retained possession of the paintings as an adult. She never returned them.

Some fools on Twitter are claiming that the said artworks were owned by Jews and taken by “Nazis”. The usual faked propaganda has really ingrained itself in many little minds. The paintings were in fact always owned by Germans who lived in Prague until expelled at the end of WW2. The “Albright” Jew family then stole them. See https://web.archive.org/web/20140714202550/http://www.praguepost.cz/archivescontent/31921-germans-lost-their-art-too.html.

Even on the worst reading, what the Russians have done is not even 1% of what the Americans did in, inter alia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Serbia, Lebanon, Central America, Vietnam, Syria etc.

[https://kyivindependent.com/business/kyiv-keeps-supply-chains-open-amid-defense/]

These loonies are everywhere now, it seems in the USA more than the UK, but I have little or nothing to do with schools, so I may be wrong.

Is (any of) this true? I do not know.

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Diary Blog, 22 March 2022

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On this day a year ago

Censorship: It will be seen that a number of tweets cited by me in that blog post a year ago are now expunged by the Twitter organization. Freedom of expression is all but dead in the UK now. The Jew-Zionist element is behind much of that.

Tweets seen

As I have been blogging recently, the Russians are still, though very gradually, “winning” in Ukraine, appalling though the human cost is on both sides.

If you were only to see the usual BBC/Sky (etc) propaganda “news”, you might imagine that the Russian forces are “losing” this small-ish and very unpleasant war. However, the reality is that, albeit at huge cost in every way, Russian forces still just about hold the initiative.

In brief, the Russians have a large air force, only part of which is presently engaged in Ukraine; the Kiev regime now has no air force left. The Russians have a large navy, part of which (including what is or used to be called the Black Sea Fleet) is now blockading the Black Sea coast and the coast of the Sea of Azov, and is executing a blockade of the third-largest city in Ukraine, Odessa; the Kiev regime has no fleet. The Russian Army is huge, is only partly in the Ukraine-area theatre, and has thousands of tanks and other armoured vehicles; the Ukrainian Army consists of mostly outdated armour, and a mass of infantry.

The Ukrainian forces can use the donated Western weaponry (anti-tank weapons, ground-to-air infantry missiles) to inflict damage on Russian tanks and planes, but Russian forces also have such weapons, and have reportedly destroyed most of the Turkish-made drones operated by the Ukrainian forces.

We see no large-scale counter-offensives by the Ukrainian forces. Probably they are short of fuel and ammunition. There was no attack at all, it seems, on the 40-mile-long convoy north of Kiev. Had the Kiev regime a functioning air force, there would have been an attack.

As previously blogged, the Ukrainian strategy seems to be to turn major and some other cities into fortresses, stop the Russians from storming them, and at the same time equip as many soldiers as possible with the donated Western hardware.

I have seen no information as to where the bulk of Ukrainian forces are located. I presume, in Kiev, in the south-eastern region, and also in the so-far not invaded west of the country.

As I have written previously, the Russians are waging war in an almost mediaeval way on the Ukrainian-held cities: encirclement, bombardment, starvation. Eventually, unless those cities are relieved from without, which seems very unlikely, they will fall. God only knows what will by then be the condition of the civilians forced to endure the sieges.

Once Russian forces have encircled the main cities, and thus trapped not only the civilians but also Ukrainian military forces, they can roam relatively freely throughout at least the east and south of Ukraine.

Kiev must remain, psychologically, the main target for the Russians. If they have sufficient force to contain the other major cities of the east and south, surplus forces can be committed to Kiev, with the idea of either tightening the siege, or (later) storming the capital.

We should not forget the size of the country. Krivoy Rog or Kryvyi Rih is well over 200 miles south/southeast from Kiev, and Krivoy Rog is nowhere near taken, or even approached as yet. Kharkov is a similar distance from Kiev, to the east.

Usually, commanders would be concerned about lateral attacks on such long lines of approach, but I doubt whether the Ukrainian Army has the overall wherewithal for such attacks, except on the small and local scale.

Putin is not going to back down. While I doubt that he will use chemical or biological weapons (as claimed by the msm), he may eventually use even more destructive conventional methods and weapons than seen in use so far.

The West is “helping” the Kiev regime by supplying advanced weaponry, but not the weaponry that might actually make a difference to the end result— planes, tanks, heavy artillery etc. The present ordnance being supplied only prolongs the agony of the civilian population, by prolonging the war.

It seems very much at present as though the Russian (expected, by me at least) “victory” over the Kiev regime will echo that of Rome over Carthage. I think that it was Tacitus who remarked, about the fall of, and levelling of, Carthage, that “they created a desert, and called it peace“…

What a horrible mess.

More tweets seen

The basic biosecurity police state legal structure is in place now, and can be triggered any time in the future that the ZOG tyrants decide.

The payments concerned were in the USA, but we see all over the Western world this basic dishonesty around “Covid” and the “panicdemic” narrative, and as seen also in the “climate change” narrative, the “refugee” and mass immigration narratives etc. Same overall stable.

It goes beyond that. Soon, 99.9% of UK citizens will be able to be tracked everywhere they go, 24/7. Anyone even marginally politically-active will be continually monitored. The old East German Stasi would have loved this technology.

Obviously, as in Nineteen Eighty-Four, the pleb element of society will be only occasionally of interest. The politically or economically powerful will be, together with the few people in the political vanguard, whatever their ideology.

I think that this may exist already in the UK, though not officially.

New Zealanders have never been known for intellectuality —with notable exceptions— but why they elected that clown-woman as Prime Minister surpasses all understanding.

As in past situations (Iraq, Libya), the UK public is getting only a one-sided picture from its corrupt and wrongheaded msm. The same is probably true of USA etc.

EU nonsense

It seems that, with support from several EU member-states, Ukraine is now looked upon favourably in its desire to join the EU. What incredible nonsense.

In the past, EU membership was, officially at least, only granted to states exhibiting behaviour and status compatible with EU membership. According to the “Copenhagen Criteria” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copenhagen_criteria], a state wishing to join the EU must have “the institutions to preserve democratic governance and human rights,…a functioning market economy, and accept the obligations and intent of the EU [including, in principle, the Euro]” [Wikipedia].

The EU rules, particularly re. economy, tax etc, were bent and effectively broken in order to allow some present members to join, most obviously Greece.

Now look at Ukraine. First of all, Ukraine may not even exist as a state in its present form for much longer. Its borders are now uncertain. A quarter of its territory is under Russian occupation or threat of occupation, and that might soon be a third, a half, or even the whole of the country.

Secondly, from the economic point of view, Ukraine scarcely has a functioning economy at all any more, certainly in about a third of the country. As for the currency, while the hryvnia is currently valued at about 3 cents (European), and while that is historically quite high, its future must be regarded as uncertain.

Rule of law? Civil rights? The Zelensky regime has just “suspended” no fewer than 11 political parties, and a member of the Kiev government’s own peace-negotiation team has recently been shot in the head by Ukrainian security for having allegedly been an agent of Russia.

Ukraine has had corrupt and shambolic governments for 31 years now. The Kiev regime can only fight Russian forces at all by reason of the arms and ammunition being funnelled into Ukraine by the US, UK, and other, mostly NATO, states.

If Russia decides to play real hardball, and cuts off gas to the EU, the EU states may all face political upheaval. The EU may even collapse. Welcoming a fake state or failed state like Ukraine into candidate or actual membership may just be enough to do it.

“Diversity” nonsense

Happened to see a few minutes of ITV News. A piece about a drama called “Bridgerton“; have never watched any. American, but set in Regency London.

Hard to believe, but a number of characters, including Queen Charlotte (!) were played by blacks and browns. In Regency London… (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridgerton#Historical_accuracy). Incidentally, see also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_of_Mecklenburg-Strelitz; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_of_Mecklenburg-Strelitz#Ancestry.

ITV News, of course, “celebrated” the “diversity” (i.e. white people, who actually existed historically —unlike say Othello— being played by black/brown theatricals).

The propaganda aspect is not really aimed at adults (despite their probably comprising the bulk of the audience), but at those too young to know that shows of this sort are totally ahistorical or, to put it more bluntly, lying rubbish.

A more-accurate (though with some artistic licence) version of Regency London:

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I wonder why…

Ah. Another £212 million just completely wasted by Boris-idiot’s “government” of clowns.

Why is he here? Why is he alive?

How can you build a better, more advanced society when a considerable and growing part of the population consists of untermenschen of that sort? Answer— you can’t. Conclusion— get rid…

I have blogged previously about the Jesuit capture of the Papacy.

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