On this day a year ago
Those supporting further NATO expansion should consider where Russia can go from here. The apparently inexorable progress to world war can in fact be halted, but it seems that there is as yet no will for that to happen, certainly not on the Western side.
If Putin and Russia get backed into a corner, Russian first-use of nuclear weapons (tactical or strategic) must be a possibility. Is “well, if they do that, we shall do the same to Russia” the highest level which Western statesmanship can reach?
We in the UK should be clear about this: even a limited strategic strike on the UK will finish off whatever still exists of Britain, or at least England, its society, its way of life, its population.
Late tweets seen
Kirstie Allsopp, an over-privileged and over-publicized woman, whose basic activity is moneygrubbing and freeloading. Part of the “buy a house for a small amount and sell it for five or ten times that amount a few years later” nonsense in the UK. She occasionally reveals her socio-political ignorance on social media or in the msm.
The VIP version of a “useful idiot” of the transnational conspiracy.
It may sound ghoulish, but it is a comfort to know that the ultra-wealthy, the ultra-smug, the ultra-privileged, the downright evil, and the ultra-arrogant, will all sooner or later go up the chimney, just like the rest of us…
Those in the UK, USA etc who supported the halfwit Mandela and the ANC in the 1970s, 1980s, early 1990s, are also guilty of what South Africa has become, together however with those white South Africans who compromised rather than fight for white supremacy to the end.
Had SA fought on, the collapse of Sovietism meant that practical support for the African nationalists would have ended, as would safe-base support from Mozambique and Angola from the early-mid 1990s.
Neither will many of the Germans be speaking German, in Germany, in the end, if the migration-invasion continues there.