On this day a year ago
Sign of the times
Free speech and general freedom of expression under attack again. The n** in question carries the unmerited status of “associate professor” at Oxford University, no less, but look who stands behind it— a Jew, one David Isaac; a lawyer and “activist”, in fact [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Isaac].
Every. Single. Time.
The focus should be on the organ-grinders, not the monkeys.
Leaving aside the rights and wrongs of the instant conflict, that report shows a very hopeful aspect of human nature, particularly European human nature, namely the desire for civilized order. When the Soviet Union collapsed, and tens of millions of people were left either without pay, or on totally inadequate pay, huge numbers of people, such as postal employees, railway station staff, Army officers etc, kept working for little or no pay for months, even years, somehow surviving, and keeping the fabric of society together.
Now, Poltava, between Kharkov and the river Dnieper, looks set to be again the pivot of large-scale operations, as it was during the Second World War.
Standing the test of time
I notice that the blog post below, from over two and a half years ago, has had a few hits today.
Early evening music
Are these to be the inheritors of Siberia?
It has been a long time since the British people displayed such national enthusiasm. Look at the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony in London: myopic propaganda for mass immigration and the NHS.
…instead of chucking the bastards into the sea and using the monies wasted on invading parasites more usefully, on projects for the benefit of the British people.
Seems that David Davis has ruled himself out of the Conservative Party leadership contest. Pity. He was the only likely candidate for whom I would have had any time at all. He was obviously not hungry enough.