Diary Blog, 14 April 2022

Morning music

[Villa Borghese, Rome]

On this day a year ago

Tweets seen

Take a look at that video. This is not “rescue”, it is a conspiracy to ferry migrant-invaders into this country. Tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of them. Google the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan if you do not already know about it.

Blair pushing for a nuclear war with Russia. He is the tool of powers of Evil (capital “E” evil).

The answer to the overall question is the Threefold Social Order: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_threefolding.

Everyone, meaning every white European UK citizen, should have the means of basic personal support, meaning shelter, food, medical/dental help, education, local transport etc. That may mean or include Basic Income provided by the State.

I understand the misgivings of those who say that Basic Income gives the State too much power over the individual, the family etc but, especially for the poorer people of Britain, the petty office bods of the State already have that kind of power. Only the affluent and wealthy really have any significant measure of “freedom” in this society.

Alison Chabloz

As I write, persecuted satirist and singer-songwriter, Alison Chabloz, is about to be sentenced for a supposed offence under the notoriously-poor Communications Act 2003, s.127. The hearing will be at Westminster Magistrates’ Court at about 1400 hrs today.

Good luck to her.

[Alison Chabloz]

More tweets

A rather rude response to ludicrous “fully-automated luxury communism” advocate Ash Sarkar, but basically true nonetheless (and it did make me laugh).

Owen Jones took it upon himself, several years ago when I still had a Twitter account (i.e. before a pack of Jews contrived to have me expelled) to tweet to disgraced sex pest —and depressive— MP, the Jew-lobby puppet John Woodcock (now posing as “Lord Walney”) that he should block me. Woodcock complied at once, with no questions asked.

Owen Jones and Woodcock/Walney are both System fakes. See also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/04/a-brief-word-about-owen-jones/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/02/09/diary-blog-9-february-2021-including-further-assessment-of-john-woodcock/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/05/04/john-woodcock-barrow-and-furness-and-the-general-election-2017/.

Even a stopped clock is right once or twice a day (depending on whether 24-hour or 12-hour). Same with Ash Sarkar and many others.

I have mentioned before on the blog that I knew someone who was able to buy the freehold of her semi-detached Victorian villa leasehold property in Little Venice (London), valued at the time (about 1980) at £100,000 (in fact she got a 33% discount, so bought it for about £67,000). When she finally sold it in 2005, that same house, in poor condition, was sold for £1.4M, if I recall aright. Somewhere around that figure, anyway. Exactly similar houses in the same street were valued at over £3.5M circa 2016, and I see today that a house in the same road, only a couple of doors down, is for sale at a lower price than that but still pretty damned expensive at £3,150,000.

90% of people who do not inherit real property or very significant other property are effectively locked out of the present UK system in terms of way of life etc. It is not even just a matter of not owning an appreciating property such as a house, but of having to pay rent to (objectively) parasites (rentier landlords), thus having less real disposable income for life. Also, insecurity of tenure.

Incidentally, I wonder whether the lower prices (as against a few years ago, pre-panicdemic), mean that plenty of house-owners in areas such as Little Venice are or have been cashing in their chips and, like rats leaving a sinking ship, departing from London? After all, £3M buys you a pretty nice country house almost anywhere in the Home Counties or shires.

More music

Alison Chabloz: case update

It is reported that Alison Chabloz, persecuted satirist and singer-songwriter, has been sentenced to 22 weeks imprisonment by District Judge Nina Tempia, sitting at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

That means that, subject to any appeal, Alison Chabloz will have to spend the next 11 weeks in prison, unless released earlier on licence (and wearing an electronic tag). Eleven weeks from today is 30 June 2022.

Reports indicate that Alison’s trial Counsel, Adrian Davies, applied for bail pending appeal, but was refused. Such application can be renewed, with a good possibility of success, before a Crown Court judge in chambers, but I do not have any information at present as to whether Alison will in fact pursue appeal to the Crown Court.

The maximum sentence for the offence was 6 months, i.e. 26 weeks, so Alison may feel that an appeal is justified, particularly in view of the (reported but unconfirmed) fact that the Prosecution mooted 9-15 weeks (assuming, as I say, that that is correct) under the relevant sentencing guidelines.

If and when I discover Alison’s new prison number, I shall publish it (and her place and address of incarceration) on the blog, so that people can send her cards, books and (via the official system) small amounts of money. During her last “stretch”, she greatly appreciated postcards and other gifts: see https://alisonchabloz.com/2022/04/13/last-post/#more-8648.

[Country church, possibly in Derbyshire, drawn by Alison Chabloz when she was held as a socio-political prisoner previously, in 2021]

The UK, now a country where people get imprisoned for singing satirical songs, especially (in fact only) if (((the usual suspects))) are mentioned…

“Let Sporus tremble –”What? that thing of silk,
Sporus, that mere white curd of ass’s milk?
Satire or sense, alas! can Sporus feel?
Who breaks a butterfly upon a wheel?
Yet let me flap this bug with gilded wings,
This painted child of dirt that stinks and stings;
Whose buzz the witty and the fair annoys,
Yet wit ne’er tastes, and beauty ne’er enjoys

[Alexander Pope, Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot]

[Alison Chabloz, imprisoned satirist]

Late tweets seen

Six hundred of the bastards! In a single day…

True (and crazy in a way) but at least they will not be in the UK, contaminating what is left of our racial root-stock.

Ha ha! Had not seen that previously. Like a civilian and “panicdemic” version of Dad’s Army.

Twitter, as I have noted before, is a very strange “business”, one that has lost literally billions since it started. In fact it has only posted profit results for 2018 and 2019; all other years since its foundation have been loss-making years, often stonkingly so:


Twitter and its finances are not at all transparent, despite the huge amounts written about Twitter. Look at the Wikipedia entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitter. Lots of material but not very enlightening on finances, especially profit and loss.

A “conspiracy theory” might be to think that Twitter has some other, darker, purpose than to make money. Still, it could be true.

Late music

7 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 14 April 2022”

  1. I expect those rubbing their hands together with glee this evening over the sentencing of Alison Chabloz, are a tiny handful of pitiful people, with lives so devoid of joy, that rejoicing over someone’s downfall, is the only pleasure they get.


  2. I Never thought I would agree with Cris Byrant! Mind you, he is more concerned that blatantly fraudulent so called ‘asylum seekers’ should be allowed to stay here, obtain our citizenship and vote Labour rather than the cost. He didn’t expect Priti effing Useless to come up with a sensible idea using whatever amounts to the few functioning braincells the stupid Tory bitch has, did he?

    Any decent and brainy government would send them to an overseas reception centre in a British owned posessesion such as St Helena or Ascension Island as then the small handful of genuine ones can be processed at little cost.


    1. John:
      The “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan” being what it is, I see this (I mean the Rwanda scheme) as basically a public relations exercise.

      The whole “refugee crisis”, both the “genuine” aspect and the “economic migrant” aspect, is a delayed consequence of the Second World War and subsequent collapse of the European empires in Africa, Asia, Caribbean, and Latin America. It need not have happened at all.

      Of course, the migrant-invaders crossing the Channel are but a small minority of the whole.

      From the point of English domestic politics, the scheme is a winner for the present idiotic government. It may be the one policy that cooks Labour’s goose, if not in time for the upcoming local elections then in time for the next general election.


  3. Matt Hancock, has stunningly missed the point! Believe it or not, Matt, the position of British PM used to be a fairly prestigious one and that should therefore mean that anyone who holds that post is expected to act with at least the bare minimum of personal integrity and NOT break ANY law willingly as Coco The World Clown and his inept chancellor have done.

    This would be the case for a Labour PM but the public have even more right to expect the right sort of behaviour and being law abiding from a PM and cabinet member of the party that still boasts it is the ”party of law and order’

    What a truly SICK joke this incompetent and wretched administration is


  4. Oh by the way, Matt, some of us don’t really care much about The Ukraine.

    It isn’t our business and there is little we can do to help them in a genuinely serious way without running the risk of involving ourselves in a potential nuclear war with Russia and being blown off the face of the earth.

    I know this war is being used by Coco The World Clown to do his best Poundshop Churchill impression but some of us would prefer the attitude of a far more GENUINE former Tory PM than Churchill the renegade Liberal ie Neville Chamberlain who would no doubt say the Ukraine was a far away country of which we knew little.


  5. Coco The World Clown is NOT a world respected statesman by any stretch of the imagination, Matt! Most foreign leaders just laugh at him, Indeed, I have heard it said that when the idiot was Foreign Secretary other people in that position from foreign countries used to make quick excuses to go to the lavatory and just burst out into guffaws of laughter!

    I read on Wikipedia that the Foreign Secretary of Russia, Mr Lavrov, can speak four languages fluently. How many can Liz Truss speak?


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