On this day a year ago
I realized as early as 1980 that Richard Branson was a very negative influence in the UK. Even now, many others have not quite caught up with me.
Branson has always championed the collapse of decent society, of standards, of European race and culture. He avoids as much tax as possible, runs a company replete with staff-treatment flaws, and simply wants to make as much money as possible while disguising all that under a tangle of virtue-signalling, “caring-sharing” nonsense.
Branson reminds me slightly of Harry, the Royal Cuck. Branson may not have had quite the stratospheric privilege of “Prince” Harry, but his grandfather was a High Court judge, and a trust fund paid for Branson’s education at Stowe. More interestingly, when Branson committed a large-scale Customs fraud (in the early 1970s), the judge sentencing him at the Crown Court let him off with a £50,000 fine (maybe half a million today), which his family was able to pay. The judge noted that, usually, the penalty would have been a substantial prison sentence.
I cannot think of one good thing Branson has done for the UK.
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Not so surprising, really. Both arrivistes and freeloaders in different ways; Mogg was born into a higher level of entitled freeloading and spouting of nonsense, that’s all. As with “Boris” (-idiot), Mogg knows how to regurgitate the rote-learned stuff beaten or not beaten into him at Eton, and in such a way as to appear terribly well-educated and rather intelligent without necessarily being either.
As for Jess Phillips, read my blog post about her, linked here below.
I have blogged about both Mogg/Rees-Mogg and Jess Phillips in the past, though in detail only about the latter: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/07/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-jess-phillips-story/.
More “asylum” madness
“A Conservative MP has called on the government to reconsider opening a unit for asylum seekers in his constituency.
Kevin Hollinrake has written to the home secretary objecting to the plan for a processing centre the village of Linton-on-Ouse in North Yorkshire.
The MP said he did not believe the former RAF base “is the appropriate place to house up to 1,500 young male asylum seekers”.” [BBC News]
Note that even the MP in question feels it necessary to whine about how his area has “welcomed” various migrant-invaders already, and so is not “racist” (as if that would be wrong).
It is time for the peoples of Europe to defend race and culture.
From Polly Toynbee: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/apr/21/people-struggling-pay-energy-bills-help.
Even a stopped clock can be right once or twice a day…
11 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 21 April 2022”
Hello! Such a long time! I never liked Branson, particularly since I saw him (nearly 20 years ago) holding hands with his “great friend” Nelson Mandela and talking about the “need” to help Africa and the Africans
Branson only helps himself. Repeatedly.
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Hello again! I liked the very funny comment posted on Twitter and reproduced by you: “Jess Philip, as ugly on the outside as she is on the inside ” (LOL) However, it does not seem very correct from the grammatical point of view, is it so?
As a sentence it seems OK, if clumsy.
The women’s aid branch Phillips worked for is based just a couple of miles from me (West Bromwich). That charity was originally set up to support women victims of domestic abuse, rape etc. These days it also supports male sexual abuse victims as well, apparently they’ve considered changing the name because of this. Phillips is a “feminist” who is ideologically opposed to men (particularly White men). Someone like her shouldn’t have been anywhere near vulnerable young men who’ve been raped/molested, and have psychological scars etc, as she’s the type who probably thinks they’re somehow responsible for what happened to them because they’re “privileged White men”. She’s a disgusting disgrace. I know all this about the local women’s aid because a close friend of mine whose parents abused him use to go there.
Thank you for that information. It ought to be better-known, if accurate (which I feel sure that it is).
I just thought of another psychological connection between Jess Phillips and Jacob Rees-Mogg: Mogger presents himself as (fake) “upper class”, and Jess Phillips presents herself as (equally-fake) pseudo-“working-class”, and both attract sympathizers on those false bases.
Of course, the Jewish lobby supports Jess Phillips to the hilt. She must be part-Jew, though I have not seen *direct* evidence of that.
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It certainly wouldn’t surprise me if she’s part Jewish. I have noticed before that “Phillips” is a surname used by several Jews i’ve heard of over the years. The manager/boss at the West Bromwich women’s aid is called Jennifer Lumsden-Gordon if you want to look her up. I looked on her facebook once (i’m no longer on facebook) and saw Phillips was on her friends list. The counsellors/therapists or whatever they’re called are the usual middle-class do-gooders, you know the type who adopt African kids and support “trans” rights etc.
As you say (re. surname “Phillips”).
On Twitter, most of the obvious Jews think highly of Jess Phillips. That usually means one thing…
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I’ve just read it all. I’d never suspected Stewart of being part-Jew, which is unusual for me as i suspect nearly every politician. I’ve always found him strange though (he certainly looks strange, and about 10 years older than he actually is), and thought maybe he’s an autistic/asperger’s. I read on Keir Starmer’s wikipedia yesterday that his children are “being brought up in the Jewish faith of their mother and the family attend shabbat dinners”.
The infestation generally has become far more embedded over the past 30 or so years. I have noticed the influence growing in the msm. At first it was more in such as the Sunday Times Magazine, but now it is throughout the print and online media.
As to Rory Stewart, and as I blogged about him (though it took me a few weeks to really get to grips with the subject), his achievements and abilities, though real enough, were just *too* many and/or brilliant to be all true or solid.
As I blogged, I attributed his looks to being part-Western Scottish (as he in fact is), not (as he also is) part-Jew.
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The infestation isn’t as overtly obvious here as it is in the US i don’t think. There have been quite a few occasions over the years where my “jewdar” has failed, and i’ve been surprised to find out someone is. I suddenly got a memory of seeing a documentary Stewart did about Afghanistan, i had to google it to make sure i wasn’t imagining it https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afghanistan:_The_Great_Game_%E2%80%93_A_Personal_View_by_Rory_Stewart