Meine Ehre heisst Treue
On this day a year ago
Well, this week, political journalist John Rentoul scored a rare victory over me, 7/10 as against my 6/10. I did not know the answers to questions 3, 5, 6, and 10.
Well, it may be “propaganda”, but it is also most certainly true. Britain would not survive a nuclear attack, not as any form of state or nation that we recognize. Millions dead, millions more in agony from blast, fire, or radiation. Almost all infrastructure destroyed. Anarchy/chaos on the streets. The blacks in any surviving big cities running wild. No food, almost no water. No hope.
Is that what the NWO/ZOG “elected” dictatorship —now incompetently running the UK— wants? Notionally, to support the NWO/ZOG Kiev regime of the Jew, Zelensky, but with the not-unlikely result of a nuclear exchange. Madness.
Incidentally, reading the part of that report noting a Russian TV debate, it occurred to me that there is more real free speech now in Russia than there is in the UK. What a world…
This madness has to be reined in now, while that is still possible.
Ukraine military situation:
Nothing outwardly startling. Having said that, it seems that the limited Ukrainian counter-attacks seen in past weeks have run out of steam. None are shown on the above map, at least.
It seems (thanks to the msm pro-Ukrainian bias, we have make educated guesses, because the msm is not reporting properly) that the forces of the Kiev regime are running out of fuel. Maybe ammunition as well.
If the Daily Mail map is accurate, there is a sustained Russian push south from around Izyum, and a similar push further to the south-east, both pushing into areas of the central part of southeast Ukraine.
Russia may not be “winning” this terrible mess of an invasion/war, but it is not “losing” either, not yet. In the end, Russia can, in theory, destroy Ukraine completely, though that would be a terrible thing and, to use the old expression, a terrible sin.
If only the invasion had been planned and executed properly. Then it would have been completed within a week or two, Zelensky captured, killed, or exiled, and a different Kiev/Ukraine government put in place.
The Russian General Staff and intelligence services seem to be almost useless in the post-Soviet, “Putinist”, era.
A few thoughts about the French Presidential Election 2022
I do not want to be thought too “conspiratorial” about it, but noticed a few facts.
The first is that, while Macron got 27.9% in the first round, and Marine le Pen 23.2%, Melenchon got 22%, and Zemmour 7.1%.
Zemmour [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89ric_Zemmour] is of North African Jewish origins: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89ric_Zemmour#Early_life_and_family.
Both Zemmour’s wife and mistress have North African Jewish roots, like Zemmour himself: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89ric_Zemmour#Personal_life; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Knafo.
The mistress also, previously, had an involvement with the son of Nicholas Sarkozy, himself a part-Jew.
What strikes me immediately is that, had Zemmour not been a candidate, effectively all of his vote would have gone to Marine le Pen, who would then have received over 30% of the vote and been seen as front-runner.
Having said that, Macron still won fairly easily in the second round— 58.5% to Marine le Pen’s 41.5%. Two factors: the Melenchon vote, that part of it that did not abstain in the second round, went mainly to Macron; presumably mostly non-white voters. The second factor was the ennui that led to a low turnout (71.9%), the lowest in over 50 years.
As in the UK, there is no significant or credible social-national party in France. Though I myself can agree with some views or policies of both Marine le Pen and Zemmour, neither is truly social-national, and of course Zemmour is a Jew.
Were there a credible and genuine social-national party in France, it could probably either get a majority in a presidential election, or enough support to take over in another way.
I hope that it is better in the UK, but I doubt it.
Nearest large city square. Firing squad. End.
I have a few remarks about the NHS as it is now, but it is too late to post them here; maybe tomorrow.