Diary Blog, 14 July 2022

Afternoon music

On this day a year ago

Tweets seen

I have blogged and (before the Jews had me expelled from Twitter in 2018) tweeted for years that the UK should become closer to Russia, and as part of that be supplied with cheap gas and oil for our people.

Absurd non-party ceases non-existent operations.

I have just read an interesting Jewish account of the above; needless to say, hostile, though no more than I have been since I became aware of the existence of For Britain.

Ironic that pro-Israel wastes of space such as Anne Marie Waters (and Prison Planet Watson, “Tommy Robinson”, Laurence Fox, Katie Hopkins etc) always try to curry favour with the Jews, but the Jews hate them just as much.

Here is that account that I read: https://scoutnews.substack.com/p/it-was-the-best-organised-far-right. A killer paragraph:

For Britainโ€™s most recent accounts reported an income of ยฃ150,000 in membership fees and donations. Only ยฃ1,400 of that was actually spent on campaigning, while ยฃ106,000 was spent on Watersโ€™s salary, pension, travel and security, among other miscellaneous expenses. It had no full-time staff, relying instead on volunteers.” [“Scout News”].

So over 70% of For Britain’s entire income went on the leader’s various personal requirements?

That kind of thing plays into the hands of the Jew-Zionist element and its “antifa” “useful idiots”. Destructive of morale.

The removal of For Britain is actually a positive for social-nationalism. I hope that other fakes of that sort go the same way.

Really? Education Corps (as was), then transfer to (TA/Reserves) Intelligence Corps.

Interesting, though, that the New York Times is puffing Tugendhat, a part-Jew with many international connections.

A “warrior”, though? Ha ha! If you say so…

More music

Interesting travelogue

Britain should be joining with Russia in friendship, and for mutual benefit and development. Britain should not be threatening Russia, and certainly not supplying weapons to a shambolic, corrupt, dictatorial and basically Jewish regime in Kiev.

Britain is itself being badly-damaged by the present (supposedly) “pro-Ukrainian” policy. Everything more expensive for British people, and for what? To continue the war in Ukraine, to cause more death and destruction?

Late tweets

Late music

30 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 14 July 2022”

      1. Indeed. Being a now severely overcrowded country thanks to continual mass immigration doesn’t just affect transport, housing, the environment etc and worsens our quality of life it might well help to increase our crime rate. After all, the government doesn’t really take into account the growing population when increasing the number of police officers employed because any increase in police numbers hasn’t kept pace with the population thus decreasing the ratio of police officers to people in the country.

        Being overcrowded also helps to get people on edge, flustered and annoyed and it is when people who lack self control are in those conditions they are more liable to get involved in arguments which can turn to violence.

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      2. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if when you compare crime statistics from one country to another uncrowded countries like Canada fare better than more densely populated ones. It may be only a very small factor but I wouldn’t be entirely shocked if you could measure it.

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      3. In some ways I would love to live somewhere like Canada or New Zealand. It must be great to live in a land with wide open spaces.

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      4. John:
        I was in Australia 1967-69, about 2 and a half years, but like most residents of Australia lived in a city (Sydney, even then 2.5M, now 4.5M). I believe that only about 2% of Australians live in the real outback areas.

        Even Australia is feeling population pressure, now having about 26M, as against 12M when I was there. Much of the country is not easily inhabitable, of course.

        Likewise, when I lived in the USA, I was in the New Jersey/NY area, though I have visited other parts, notably South Carolina and Florida. Urban areas like Tampa, Charleston, and Columbia.

        The scale of the USA, though, is striking. Even New Jersey, one of the smallest and also most crowded states, has some quiet corners, in a territory the same size as Wales.

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      5. And sufficient ambulance services with decent staffing levels. Heatwaves like this are not just uncomfortable for many of us they can be highly dangerous for the elderly and the very young.

        Poor ambulance services are a big issue at the moment particularly in rural Tory areas like Shropshire and Devon.

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  1. Well, thank you, New York Times for offering us your opinion on this matter but what you perceive as good for the USA or the world is likely to be not good for US here in Britain!

    No, I would very much prefer a ‘Britain First’ foreign policy, or, at least, the quasi ‘Britain First’ one true Tory Neville Chamberlain attempted to have in the late 1930’s.

    Having Tom Tugendhat as party leader and PM is pretty likely to embroil us ever deeper into this sad conflict with the ever present danger of MY country becoming a victim of an utterly horrific and Britain ENDING nuclear attack.

    The present shambolic ‘government’ here was one of, if not THE most incompetent at dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic so I am sure they have made absolutely no preparations for nuclear Armageddon. Of course, that is IF you can actually prepare yourselves for one!

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  2. Yes, this war is going to continue for months if not years. I really can’t see how Ukraine can emerge victorious. Eventually, Russia will through sheer force of arms, overwhelming manpower etc win. Before the inevitable happens the conflict will claim more lives.

    A very unlikely Ukraine ‘victory’ will be one with the country utterly destroyed! There is going to have to be some kind of negotiated solution to all of this.

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    1. John:
      The main reason why there will be no early solution is because the NWO wants to attack and eventually regain (as in the 1990s) rulership over Russia. Ukraine (sadly for its people) is mainly just the playing field.

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      1. Yes, the USA in particular under that old, senile, anti-British, Irish-American fool Joe Biden, will fight to the very last Ukrainian. America should stop using Ukraine in its proxy war against Russia. Unlike them we British have to live with Russia in a European family of nations that stretches from Lisbon, Dublin, London in the West right through to Vladivostok.

        Yankee GO HOME!

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  3. Yes, Britain should be trying to be friends with Russia for once! As far as I have read, Britain never has been friends with or particularly tried to be with that country even when it was not a part of the Soviet Union and Communist.

    It is time we did. Russia can supply our businesses with a large market for our goods and services and let us face it we need one now we have put up trade barriers with the EU! Russia is a European country (well, at least partly so) and we should work with that fact in mind. We are not North Americans like the Tories in particular seem to think! We are Europeans even though we are not an EU member state now as are the Russians. Russia is part of the European family of nations as are we. They are an important country and always will be.

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      1. Yes, it would which is precisely why it, sadly,
        won’t happen. Our globalist politicians would much rather risk a nuclear attack from Russia, keep us a part of the New World Order and an effective colony of the USA/51st state even when it is ruled, as it is now, by an anti-British, Irish-American President.

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  4. I have just found out that Conservative Party membership costs 25 pounds a year! Bargain!๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„ Labour’s annual membership fee is 52 pounds! So much for being the ‘party of the workers’ and the ‘ordinary man’! ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„ Unfortunately, though ‘Operation white vote’ ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€will have to wait since unless you have been a member for 3 months or more (a surprisingly short time for these kind of party rules) you can’t vote in leadership elections!โ˜น๏ธโ˜น๏ธโ˜น๏ธ๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฅโ˜น๏ธโ˜น๏ธ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

    Oh well, if I join now I will get a leadership vote when the inevitable one next comes up at its now normal three year interval in 2025 (in opposition).

    Getting on board the Penny Mordaunt train will have to wait!๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    http://www.conservatives.com/join

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  5. Hello Ian: Thank you for posting the hilarious message from that ridiculous creature Anne Marie Walters. To cease operations you must have began them! (LOL) What a joke! I bet she had barely 1000 followers (sorry, fools)

    Regarding Tugenhadt I don’t understand why you are surprised by the support of the “Jew York Times” (owned by the Sulzberger family for nearly 100 years). It is a disgusting rag that should be called “The Jewish Courier” or something like that.

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      1. That was very good! (LOL)

        Speaking about newspapers I remember a great Englishman, I think he was Lord Rothermere, he build a newspaper empire and was pro-fascist, what the Hell happened? I bet his incompetent successors sold everything to you know who.

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  6. The Jew York Times! Yes, an appropriate alternative name for a newspaper from the most Jewish city in the world outside of Israel. Even Jews themselves regularly refer to New York as Jew York!

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  7. Yes, he was the owner of the Daily Mail which in the 1930’s WAS a genuinely Right-wing newspaper and pro-British. It was a supporter of Neville Chamberlain and his appeasement policies up until Hitler broke the Munich Agreement in March 1939 by invading the rest of Czechoslovakia. For a few months in 1934 it supported Sir Oswald Mosley and even had a now notorious headline one day, which said ‘Hurrah for the Blackshirts’

    Now, sadly, it is a pretty globalist paper but leftie idiots still call it ‘fascist’ etc blah, blah, blah!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

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  8. I had problems understanding the thick Irish accent of the woman speaking in the video, but apparently, she said that the person she spoke to about the suspicious behaviour of the man in the video was a black Muslim woman who apparently dismissed her concerns.

    Another thing, she mentions is that “migrant children are also at risk”. Well: (A) I don’t give a damn for anyone who is not White (B) Is not true! These f… bastards target ALWAYS White boys and girls.

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      1. Thank you for clarifying the point! That woman was very irritating, besides her accent (after 400 years they cannot speak proper English LOL, I am joking!) she whispered, therefore I could hardly understand her.

        I would not be surprised if the Irish police are even worse than the British police, the Irish government is almost as obnoxious and treacherous (I mean anti-White) as the British.

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    1. Indeed! Another example of blacks and good governance being very unlikely to be found together has been revealed recently with Liz Truss as Foreign Secretary being forced to take action over the fact that the locally elected Premier of a British dependent territory in the Caribbean ie the British Virgin Islands was found guilty of drug smuggling in Florida!

      As the BVI is a British owned overseas territory the British government is ultimately responsible for good governance so Liz Truss has had to step in and suspend the constitution of the islands, effectively sack its local administration and ask the British appointed Governor who is normally just the Queenโ€™s figurehead representative to rule the islands for the next two years or so whilst the issue is sorted out.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

      This is not the first time either that such drastic measures have had to be undertaken as the British government needed to do similarly a few years ago to restore good governance to the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean after the government there was embroiled in corruption.

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  9. That wouldn’t surprise me. The locals in these places are very often violent eg Jamaica. That country has a truely horrific murder rate which is one of the world’s very highest.

    A little known action of John Major’s government was to use an order in council in parliament during 1991 to suspend the use of the death penalty in our overseas territories in the Caribbean (Bermuda couldn’t be touched in this regard as it has almost complete self-government)
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    Labour then definitely ended hanging in our dependent territories in 2002 by outright legislation (apart from Bermuda which ended it themselves in 1999). Labour did this because they are utterly opposed to capital punishment in principle even though quite a few of the people who live in places like the Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands etc have no problem with the use of the hangman’s noose! It should be for the locals to decide these matters not PC ministers in London. Otherwise, why give them the right to have their own elected local governments? You may as well go back to the old system where the Queen’s representatives ie the London-appointed Governors ran these islands directly.

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