Diary Blog, 18 July 2022

Morning music

[Howletts, Kent, the former home of the British gambler, casino-owner and adventurer, John Aspinall; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howletts_Wild_Animal_Park; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Aspinall_(zoo_owner)]

On this day a year ago

Conservative leadership “debate” nonsense

Possibly the first time I have been able to agree pretty much wholeheartedly with political scribbler Ian Dunt— incidentally, it is worth reading the entire thread (only extracts here):

…and not in the one-time Educational Corps (as was Tugendhat, until he became a part-time Intelligence Corps officer).

Surprising (reading his tweets) that Dunt, after all a f/t political scribbler, was unaware until the debate was shown that Tugendhat spent about ten years as a part-time (TA, aka Reserves) Army officer. Seems that it is not only Conservative Party leadership candidates who fail to do their homework.

I myself did not bother with the pathetic “debate”, but instead watched a very silly but also very enjoyable 1971 Hammer film called Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Jekyll_and_Sister_Hyde].

Rewilding news


Other tweets seen

Looks as though white ladies in that part of [what was] England may need a subcompact weapon such as a Derringer in their handbags: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derringer#Modern_designs. Pity that the law as it now is makes that practically impossible.

Even Penny Mordaunt, arguably the least objectionable of a pathetically-poor bunch, has had to parrot the NWO/ZOG line about supporting the Jew-Zionist regime in Kiev.

Britain has and has had no historical or current links with Ukraine, not of any importance. This is not our fight.

2022, the first year of the 33-year cycle leading up to and beyond the half-century. Everything is being intensified now, in order to create a dystopian society of controlled serfs.

More music


The Jew Zelensky, having sacked many diplomats, including ambassadors, now moves on others: see https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jul/18/ukrainian-spy-chiefs-dismissal-renews-questions-over-russian-infiltration.

Can it be that many even in the Kiev regime see accommodation with Russia as a better medium-term goal than confrontation which Ukraine cannot win?

As to other aspects of the Zelensky near-dictatorship:

Zelenskiy, widely feted on the world stage as a wartime leader, had been dogged on the domestic stage before the invasion by accusations that he had named inexperienced outsiders, including friends, to jobs in which they were out of their depth.” [Guardian].

A fact that actually surprised me is that the SBU (security directorate) has no less than 30,000 members; and that predated the invasion. In a country with only 44 million inhabitants. Compare that to the few thousand equivalent officials and employees in the UK.

The Kiev-regime Ukraine is and has been for 30+ years, a corrupt, Jewish-ruled, shambolic, dictatorial, and quite vicious, failed state.

Military situation:

The Russian military has declared a goal to cut off Ukraine’s entire Black Sea coast all the way to the Romanian border. If successful, the effort would deal a crushing blow to the Ukrainian economy and trade, and allow Moscow to secure a land bridge to Moldova’s separatist region of Transnistria, which hosts a Russian military base.” [Guardian].

Exactly what I have been blogging for months: Russian forces intend to take the coasts of the Sea of Azov (already accomplished) and Black Sea (about half now occupied), and then to occupy territory inland to a depth of perhaps 50, perhaps 100 miles. They also intend to take all or most (probably all) of Ukraine lying east of the river Dnieper. That would eventually also include, probably, Kiev itself.

Late tweets seen

Even in today’s Conservative Party, such asinine words and judgments stand out. I had scarcely heard of Bill Wiggin until today, but I have just seen his biographical details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Wiggin.

Provisional assessment? A rather silly fellow, who was also a pretty dishonest expenses cheat (see the Wikipedia entry).

I also notice that, despite his silver-spoon wealthy background (father was also a knighted Conservative Party MP, and Bill Wiggin was sent to Eton), the present Wiggin then took his degree (Economics) at Bangor University rather than somewhere like Oxford. A maverick choice, or could he not get into the latter?

Jesus H. Christ! So it is quite likely that the aged ranks of the Conservative Party rank and file will be asked to make a sage choice between a globalist Indian —who is plainly not quite the “clever boy” many thought two years ago— and either a Nigerian woman or dishonest and none-too-intelligent (or educated) Liz Truss?

It seems possible that the choice will be between a Nigerian and an Indian. Britain is sliding very very fast now.

Incidentally, how many white English are there in the corrupt and incompetent parliaments of Nigeria or India? That’s right— none.

There are still nuts and/or hypochondriacs out there for whom having, having had, or being in fear of getting, “Covid” is a major part of their self-image, their actual identity in fact.

Late music

[Shishkin, Before the Storm]

13 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 18 July 2022”

  1. Well, Penny Mordaunt has gone down in my books for saying that but, to be frank, I didn’t expect her to say anything different. After all, it is now a very, very longtime since the Conservative Party could think for itself and not blindly follow whatever globalist lunacy the Labour Party and Lib Dems espouse.

    If only the Tories attempted to have Neville Chamberlain’s quasi ‘Britain First’ foreign policy that he tried to enact in the late 1930’s.

    I suppose she is still acceptable though. It is a very dismal field of candidates but if she were to be party leader and PM then she might well be pretty inoffensive to most people most of the time. That is about all we can hope for from a Tory leader and PM now!

    Sadly, there is no one truely inspiring!


  2. The End Of Everything I have no time for people who deny that climate change is happening. Today, some parts of Britain have been hotter than Los Angeles, Honolulu, Florida, The Bahamas, Tokyo, Georgia (Atlanta, USA) and not far off Dubai and Oman.

    These temperatures are extreme yet they are becoming more common here.

    Britain needs to deal with the issue and as this issue crosses international borders we have to co-operate with other countries in order to do that.

    Yes, some people can use it to promote excessive globalism but that doesn’t remove the need for the world to take collective action.

    Personally, I have always thought that a concern for the environment should form an inherent part of conservatism or anti-globalist nationalist political philosophies. This issue doesn’t belong to the ‘Left’ in politics by any means.


  3. Nationalists should distance themselves from the all too prevalent climate change deniers inside the Conservative Party (not surprisingly many of them are libertarian nutters) and the similar ones who invest the farcical GB News channel.


    1. John:
      There is a distinction to be made between accepting that a degree of climate change is happening and deciding what may be the *causation* of the warming of the Earth. It is the causation that leads to policies based on that theory of causation.


  4. Yes, Ukraine is not our fight. I see no valid reason why MY country should be placed under the threat of a Russian nuclear or even conventional attack because we can’t (in Sir Oswald Mosley’s words ‘Mind Britain’s Business’).

    This is primarily an Eastern European issue and we don’t have an essential British national interest at stake in it. Interfering may well make the matter much worse with possible horrific consequences for us.

    It is high time we had a ‘Britain First” foreign policy! Ukraine can’t possibly win anything other than a phyric ‘victory’ anyway.


  5. I wonder what Clive of India, or for that matter Winston Churchill would think of “fishy” Rishi, or Kemi Badinoch potentially becoming leader of our country? Not best pleased I imagine! 🤔


  6. That idiot who said Boris-the–Clown is “a leader of historic proportions” got the words wrong, instead of “leader” he should have said “incompetent slob” (LOL)

    Regarding that Tik-Tok video, I have to say it was ridiculous. That blond looked like a proper slut, what reaction did you expect from the men? She was asking for it!

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    1. Claudius: With respect the female in question was illustrating the intimidation of young White women walking through a “multicultural” area of Bury in the UK, which is “particularly” relevant given the recent criminal cases involving the exploitation of young White girls at the hands of non-Whites, particularly Asians! I fail to see how she brought it on herself, just because she dresses a certain way, or speaks in a particular matter. It does, or should not mean she is asking for it! 🤔


      1. Hello “Nativewarrior14”. I am not a prude, but there is an old saying. “If you dress like a tart/slut you will be treated as such” Had she dressed herself properly she would have made the point nicely, because I am sure these savages will be excited by the sight of anyone wearing a skirt.


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