On this day a year ago
Note how many tweets and tweeters have been removed by Twitter (Jewish-Zionist) censorship since I wrote that blog post a year ago.
OK, but from another perspective, those Ukrainian civilians are not being treated at all brutally, no more than would be a protest crowd in London; arguably, far less brutally. Russian weaponry may incite fear, but the soldiers themselves do not, it seems.
As previously blogged, the Boris-idiot government will make sure that everything wrong in Britain for years to come will be blamed on Russia and Putin. For one thing, all the money wasted on two years of “panicdemic” propaganda and useless, pointless, “measures” (lockdowns, shutdowns, “furlough” payments, billions in fraudulent “loans”, tens of billions on completely useless “test and trace” etc), and consequent inflation caused by erosion of the real value of the pound sterling. Now we read that inflation may top 10% in a year. That is the fault of this government, not Putin’s.
…and soon, even to say these things online is going to be made a crime, via the Online Harms Bill/Act.
An evil little monkey.
Can you believe that the Western world is led by the USA, which is “led” by idiots of the Pelosi sort, and by Biden, a demented old fellow who can hardly get the day of the week right? Not that the UK is any better: Boris-idiot, Liz Truss, shopworn Indian “clever boy” Sunak, Priti Patel, Sajid Javid, Ben Wallace (etc). Hardly any are really even British.
The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. White Genocide.
Ferried in by the UK navy, Coastguard, RNLI lifeboats etc. All wearing waterproofs of the same type. All with mobile telephones.
Tucker Carlson video
Very interesting, and very true.
A few more thoughts.
As Kiev inhabitants continue to flee, the food stocks in Kiev will last longer than the 2+ weeks predicted by Zelensky. How long they will last, though, is almost anyone’s guess. I presume that the defending forces will have stocks for far longer than the civilian population.
I have been looking at Google Maps and Google Earth to see the layout of Kiev, a city which I have never visited. I see not just the river Dnieper, but other streams, marshes etc. Approach from the northeast and east is difficult. The Dnieper cannot easily be bridged almost immediately south of Kiev because of the width of the river (dammed in several places for hydroelectricity). The same is true immediately north of the city. There is one crossing on the northern outskirts.
There have been isolated missile strikes in Kiev, probably to frighten the population into leaving.
I note a strange fact: despite the Russian forces having done huge damage to some of the Ukrainian cities, there has been no attack on Russian cities (except in the disputed Donbass area) by Ukrainian/Kiev-regime forces.
To me, that indicates either that the Kiev regime simply has no forces capable of attacking the small Russian towns near the border (Donetsk, a major city, is right on the border of Russia but on the notionally “Ukrainian” side), or that Zelensky is trying to maintain the “victim” narrative, i.e. that Russian forces are attacking civilians, but that the Ukrainian forces are not (except in Donetsk and the Donbass generally).
In colloquial terms, Zelensky has “played a blinder” in terms of international public relations. He is perceived now, in much of the West, not as a Jew clown, and as the figurehead puppet-on-a-stick of an ultra-wealthy and corrupt Jewish cabal, and with a $40,000,000 home in Florida (and God knows how much in offshore bank accounts), but as the brave Tribune of the People, a people under merciless attack by a ruthless and powerful enemy.
Ukraine has public relations but (it seems) scarcely any army, navy, or air force.
That tentative conclusion is supported by the fact that no attack was made on the now-famous “40-mile-long” Russian column north of Kiev. Even a defensive fortress-Kiev plan would, surely, allow for attacks on supply columns and the like?
Put simply, that column was not attacked because there was no-one to attack it.
Despite the huge destruction in Kharkov and in the smaller southern cities, I think that Putin wants Kiev to fall without too much damage, if possible. He may even have some idea of repopulating it with Russians, on a permanent basis.
Having said that, my assessment has been and remains that, if Putin can only “win” by flattening every city in Ukraine, he will do it.
More tweets seen
I do not claim that it is original to call that ship’s operator the Border Farce, but it is certainly the case.
I think we know in our hearts that, somewhere down the line, the results of all this will have to be dealt with harshly, come what may.
Largely a result of the 30+ years of poverty and its consequences, under a succession of Jewish-Zionist-dominated cabal “governments”.
In the circumstances, £350 a month to house some refugees seems a modest-enough amount as “danger money”…
Is the USA facing economic eclipse?
Went to a small town today. Saw a few very elderly (even by my standards!) people still wearing facemasks, poor old things. They obviously not only believed all the propaganda but also have not realized that the world has moved on…
Nearest public square— firing squad (in an ideal world)…
Ironic that the Conservative Party withdrew after a few days its only true election poster, the “Devil Eyes” one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Labour,_New_Danger
Wise words, the voice of brief but bitter experience. When I was in Southern Africa (Rhodesia and Botswana) for a while in 1977, I met a number of people with varied military experience around the world: British ex-Marines and Paras, American ex-U.S. Rangers, ex-U.S. Marines and others, the odd New Zealander, some South Africans, and a Portuguese who had fought against Frelimo in Mozambique; even an Israeli.
I recall one Brit, conventional military provenance unknown but (I think) genuine or real, telling people his experiences fighting with the notorious “Colonel” Callan (in fact a Greek Cypriot and former Parachute Regiment corporal) in Angola in 1976. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Costas_Georgiou.
According to the said British person, there were wannabee mercenaries from the UK, with no military experience at all, who had been flown to Africa, signed up to the FNLA “army”, given weapons and uniforms, and then pretty much turned out into the field, into battle, fighting experienced African communist/nationalist guerrilla fighters and Cuban Army units.
Apparently, many of the Brit “mercenaries” did not even know enough to get themselves down on the ground when the enemy opened fire! Many were killed not very long after arrival, massacred in contacts with MPLA or Cuban units in the long grass of Southern Africa.
Oddly enough, the Brit telling the story defended “Callan” (plainly a murderous psychopath, who by mid-1976 had been captured, then tried and executed in Loanda), saying that he would get angry because some of the British would-be mercenaries refused to fight.
See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luanda_Trial.
Whatever the truth of the above, the fact is that many Brits and others are now volunteering for war service with the Kiev regime. Some may have good though misguided motivations, others may scent loot. Those with little battle experience may not last very long.
Incidentally, two of the socialist “international observers” at that trial were Jack Dromey and Stephen Sedley.
The first, then a heavily-bearded and fierce militant, married Harriet Harman six years later and, like her, became an MP and Blairite government minister: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Dromey.
Stephen Sedley, a barrister, was later Sir Stephen, and a Lord Justice of Appeal: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Sedley. I myself appeared in front of him as Counsel a couple of times, when he sat as a judge of the High Court in the 1990s.