On this day a year ago
Glastonbury, and the G7
I wonder what the original revellers of 1970 would make of the Glastonbury “Festival”? Eighty-year-old —in some cases— “rockers”, and the audience largely (I read) composed of forty, fifty, sixty, or even seventy year old people.
Of course, a number of the members of the audience may themselves also have been at Glastonbury back in 1970, but they are not the same people as those young festival-goers of yore, 52 years ago, even if they think they are.
52 years ago, I myself was 13, and very different in most respects to what I am, think, and feel (or do) today. The same person, yet not. George Orwell noted that disconnect in one of his essays of the 1930s.
Overall, the Glastonbury set-up now (admittedly, I have taken almost no interest in it) is redolent of some dystopian sci-fi film, as is so much in the UK and the world today. Carefully-delineated and guarded compounds for different levels of…money, and a pseudo-green, pseudo-communitarian message sent out for the mugs to believe in. A dichotomy symbolized by the mountains of trash left behind after the festival ends its season.
Even Greta Nut was there (in one of the expensive and guarded “VIP” areas).
Talking about weird or dystopian, we then have the G7 summit, taking place in the Bavarian Alps.
Strikingly weird to see Macron’s wife looking so odd (not for the first time). See my assessment of the couple from three years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/
Like a female Michael Fabricant.
More substantively, I noticed this from the BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-61940007.
“G7 face battle for unity as cost of Ukraine war mounts.
“Some voices – particularly in France, Germany and Italy – have asked if it might not be better for the war to end, even if it came at the cost of Ukraine having to cede territory. A recent cross-Europe opinion poll suggested some voters put solving the cost-of-living crisis ahead of punishing Russia.
Others argue about the need to salvage some kind of relationship with Russia in the future.
“Countries like the UK, Poland and the three Baltic States have been resisting these arguments…”
Note that: most of the more significant states, meaning Germany, France, and Italy, want to step down their involvement with the Zelensky regime, but there is one major state out of step— the UK. The reason is obvious: “Boris”-idiot wants to continue to play the Poundland Churchill, whatever the cost in money to the UK taxpayer, and whatever the risk of war with Russia (and whatever the cost in misery and blood to the Ukrainian civilians if this war drags on). A distraction from his shambolic misrule in the UK (and from the fast-sliding support for his party at the by-election polls).
Meanwhile, the part-Jew/Levantine poseur unmeritedly occupying the office of Prime Minister had this to say:
“Boris Johnson has said he is “actively thinking” about a third term, amid criticism of his leadership.
The prime minister was asked if he would like to serve a full second term in office – to 2028 or 2029.
“At the moment I’m thinking actively about the third term and what could happen then, but I will review that when I get to it,” he told reporters.”
Hard to believe that the idiot is so empty of self-knowledge, but there it is. He seems to think that enough Conservative MPs will prop up his leadership, and that a sufficiency of voters will then endorse that.
Everyone in Parliament, government, or the HMRC (especially whoever purports to lead it) should read that article.
I myself could write one twenty times as complex, and several shades darker, about a problem I had with HMRC from 2008 to 2011, and especially 2010-2011, and going back in its origins for decades. Any such account would be somewhere between a comic novel and a horror or sci-fi story. Think Kafka.
In the end, my own problem was permanently resolved by what I can only describe, quite literally, as a miracle, and which came to Earth on my birthday one year. The HMRC vultures flew away again, forever.
I have lived and/or worked in, inter alia, the UK, the Caribbean, Kazakhstan, and many other places. The stifling miasma of bureaucracy is to be found almost everywhere, to some extent, but I never found an organization so shambolic, and so labyrinthine, as the HMRC of the UK. It is unique in those aspects, at least in my experience; I see from the Guardian article that, over a decade on, nothing much seems to have changed.
Thinking wider than the one organization (or misorganization), it seems to me that, as in the USA, the UK now seems unable to institute useful reforms in any sector, whether tax collection, prisons, courts, Parliament itself —and the electoral system— or anywhere else.
Think back to previous across-the-board-reforming times— the 1840s, the Victorian age, the Lloyd George era before the First World War, the 1930s (despite economic problems in the first half of the decade), the post-1945 social-democratic reforms, and the interesting experiments of various kinds in the 1960s and 1970s. Even the often not-very-satisfactory reforms undertaken by the Thatcher governments. Now? Nothing.
As blogged previously, including yesterday, Russia may have lost much of the propaganda war against the regime of the NWO/ZOG Jew, Zelensky, but it is winning the war on the ground. Slowly. Surely.
However much money Biden throws at Kiev, the Russian forces will gradually take over Ukraine east of the Dnieper, after which anything is possible, including the capture or destruction of Kiev.
This is not our fight. Ukraine, which as a state (of sorts) has only existed for 30 years, has and has had no historical or other connection with the UK (unless you count the Crimean War of the 1850s, but Crimea has always been Russian or Tatar).
“Ukrainian shelling on Saturday forced Russian troops to suspend the evacuation of people from a chemical plant in Sievierodonetsk, just hours after Moscow’s forces took the city, Reuters reported the Tass news agency as saying. Separately, a senior adviser to the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said special forces were still in Sievierodonetsk, directing artillery fire against the Russians.”
So the Russians were trying to evacuate Ukrainian civilians, but the Kiev-regime forces shelled the plant where the civilians were hiding. Will that be reported on UK TV stations? Doubt it…
Indoctrination of children in UK state schools
“Parents demand legal right to view school lesson plans after removing daughter from London secondary over fears she was being ‘indoctrinated’ by classes on white privilege and gender.
- Parents at a London school are battling to see ‘secret’ lessons on white privilege
- Mother Clare Page was stunned at how her child started speaking about race
- Haberdashers’ Hatcham College refused to show her a copy of the lesson plans.”
I would advise those who can to homeschool, which is permitted in the UK: https://www.gov.uk/home-education.
Even I, arguably for years one of the most trenchant critics of the Jew/Levantine poseur Johnson, have been stunned to see that even his jogging persona is (yet another) fraud by him.
The whole of the present Cabinet and most of the rest of this Government are useless and/or corrupt and/or not really British (they being mostly Jews, part-Jews, Indians, Pakistanis, a Kurd, blacks etc).
What is the meaning of the circle device? Is it Nietzsche’s “Eternal Recurrence”? Should it be a six-pointed star?
That is an Australian (Victoria state-government) MP.
I suppose that the homeless Aussies are there, somewhere, maybe on the other side of the building, in sleeping bags, while the housing that they should occupy goes to alien and enemy untermenschen.
Incidentally, that Sheena Watt claims to be Aboriginal. I suppose that she must be some kind of half-caste; plainly not full Aboriginal. I was at school in Sydney in the years 1967 through 1969, and while there were few Aboriginals seen in Sydney then (I only saw a handful in nearly three years, even in the city centre), the ones I did see were all very black.
Unusual building for Australia. Like UK high-rise council flats.
“Loans” to a shambolic, corrupt, “Ukrainian” (largely Jewish) regime which has arrested almost all opposition political activists?
A regime which is going to lose nearly half of its territory soon.
I suppose that, apart from “Boris”-idiot being a puppet of NWO/ZOG, he imagines that grandstanding for the Zelensky regime will be popular in the UK. I doubt it. Not when the brainwashed sheep start to wake up, which I think is already happening.
I hate what is happening to the civilians who have lost homes, families, companion animals etc, but the more arms that are sent to the Zelensky regime, the longer and more bitter will the war become.
These savages are coming to Europe, unless stopped, coming through Melilla and then Spain to France, and thence to the UK, Germany and Scandinavia. They bring nothing but a propensity to rob, and to rape (especially very young girls). They have nothing of value to add to any European society.
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The misnamed British Council is (as I have myself seen in a few places) one of the least useful taxpayer-funded bodies. A complete waste of money (and space).
https://nordfront.se/tusentals-afrikaner-stormar-spanien Off topic: like a conquering army! 🤬
Have you heard of this? The joys of diversity! (LOL)
Yes. I read about that and I think that I mentioned it, or reposted a tweet or link about it, a few days ago. Ghastly.
A Danish astronomer who is a symbol of our race’s unique achievements. Most Whites are ignorant morons who do not have a clue about the greatness of their ancestors nor do they care about it!