On this day a year ago
More of the madness that might have to spark a kind of civil war in the end.
When will the madness end? Not until we, the people, end the madness, which is a madness imposed upon us by secret groups and cabals.
Is Ukraine now a “failed state” or just a non-state? In practice, there is little difference.
Ah! One can smell the “enrichment” (of our society) from here…
Interesting column by Andrew Neil
“Those who think the threat of Right-wing nativist-nationalist populists with a penchant for the Kremlin is over in Europe have another thing coming. Inflation can do strange, unpleasant things to democratic policies — and inflation has only started to bite.”
“Just wait til Putin really squeezes the gas supplies. Moscow’s exports of gas account for only 2 per cent of Russia’s GDP. The Kremlin’s coffers are already brimming with dosh from soaring oil and gas prices, from which oil and gas producers, including Russia, have benefited.
Despite sanctions, the rouble is at an eight-year high.”
[Andrew Neil, Daily Mail]
Quite. Anti-Russia sanctions have hit hard…the EU and UK, that is. Russia has not been seriously impacted. In the old proverb, “don’t cut off your own nose to spite your face“.
We are “led” by complete idiots, many of whom are also self-interested fraudsters. Boris-idiot is only one example. Unmerited prominence.
“As Putin looks with contempt at the weak mediocrities in charge on both sides of the Atlantic, no wonder he thinks he just has to bide his time and all sorts of things will fall into his lap.“
[Andrew Neil, Daily Mail].
It is not a matter of Europe falling into Putin’s power, but a realignment, strategically, meaning Europe, including the UK, coming to a closer accommodation (“collaboration”, if you like) with a Russia which is nothing like the old Soviet Union. We have much to offer each other.
The post-1941 Atlantic alliance, America dominating Europe, has had its day. From our European perspective, it has nothing to offer us now except NWO wars, cultural trash, and a one-sided exploitative relationship seen in politics, law, and trade.
A very negative cultural influence for 40 years. Smug bastards. Take away their rice bowls.
A thought out of season
In the end, “the welfare of the people is the highest law” [Cicero].
In the US, as in the UK, the political system is failing, and is failing mainly because it is starting to be unable provide the people with the satisfaction of their justified needs.
When the people, or enough of them, wake up to that, revolutionary change will happen, if not by peaceful evolution, then by forceful revolution.
…and look at the result— a withered arm. Does that idiot ever think “what have I done with the past 45 years of my life?“, or is he too mad and/or stupid?
“Amar Bharati left the world stunned after he was pictured with his arm raised strongly holding a stance with his fist in the 1970s.
He decided to dedicate himself to a Hindu deity called Shiva, and in a bid to show his devotion he came up with the idea to lift his arm and to keep it positioned that way.“
In other words, a (presumably) well-intentioned crank.
Incredible film, but that would have been against the law in the UK even then, if the child was really working. Looking at the buildings, and the tram shown, I think that the footage was shot, probably, either in Poland or Czechoslovakia.
“Jeremy Corbyn was grotesquely misrepresented by a hostile and unfair media.”
Even Peter Oborne cannot quite bring himself to say the unvarnished truth, which is that “Jeremy Corbyn was grotesquely misrepresented by a hostile and unfair media composed mainly of a pack of Zionist Jews, together with those non-Jew mass media journalist drones they have either bought or intimidated (by loss of career, money etc)”…
…and the great British newspaper-reading and TV-watching public took it in like mother’s milk:
It was a huge Israeli/”British Jewry” operation, carried out over years. Israeli Intelligence making use of, inter alia, the Zionist Jews so prominent in UK politics, law, business and mass media.
It worked. Corbyn was demonized and so “lost” the 2017 and 2019 elections, though actually Labour did fairly well at the 2017 one, far better than (yes, inevitably) the newspapers and TV made out.
By 2019, though, Corbyn-Labour had been thoroughly trashed. Not only over his (in fact quite limited) “anti-Semitism” (which most British people could not care less about anyway until or unless brainwashed by the msm), but more pertinently over Corbyn’s clunky old-style socialism (in fact, 1970s/1980s pseudo-socialism mixed with multikulti “identity politics”), his links with various overseas movements, especially Palestinian, and his sheer lack of nous.
Not all of the coverage was untruthful. Corbyn was a political deadhead, really: very poor educational background, almost no work background at all, and no real ideas about anything at all. Even his wives say that (like Boris-idiot) Corbyn rarely if ever reads a book.
What sank Corbyn, though, was the sheer unrelenting volume of the abuse or criticism. That eventually penetrated into enough thick skulls (the voters, in short).
I do not much regret Corbyn not having become Prime Minister of the UK. He would have been a rotten PM, perhaps as hopeless as Boris-idiot. Surrounded by thick black women, without much moral integrity, and with few ideas (no worse than “Boris”-idiot, though), Corbyn deserved to be binned.
As to Corbyn’s policy on immigration…
…yet are the so-called “Conservatives” any better? Much hard talk, much msm noise, but no action at all except the pathetic Rwanda policy.
Meanwhile, the navy, “Border Farce” and RNLI are ferrying 1,000 migrant-invaders daily across the Channel, and that figure is dwarfed by the huge waves of “legal” migration into the UK.
On immigration, it might be said that the only difference between Corbyn and the likes of “Boris”-idiot, Liz Truss, Sunak, Priti Patel etc is that Corbyn was actually honest about wanting more immigration to flood Britain.
Saw what I think was the second episode of a new detective-type drama on ITV, Murder in Provence.
Starring Roger Allam, the actor who was Detective Chief Inspector Thursday in Endeavour, the show somehow misses the mark. Allam was perfectly cast in Endeavour, but rather miscast in Murder in Provence as a French juge d’instruction (“examining magistrate”, in the usual translation).
I should say that others in the drama were also not quite right, somehow.
The drama was filmed in Provence, and some care has evidently been taken as to locations etc, but the acting and particularly the dialogue just seemed wooden much of the time, and the plot was rather thin.
Some of the characters were cardboard cutouts: the ruthless “Russian oligarch”, with his yacht and on-call sniper, in particular.
Another so-typical contemporary British TV drama absurdity was that about half the characters were blacks. We all know how Europe and, indeed, France —as well as the UK— have been flooded by the continuing waves of non-white immigration, but actual blacks (Africans, West Indians) are only about 5% (if that) of the UK population, and in France also somewhere around 5%. Not 50%. Particularly on the Cote d’Azur, though I admit that that is not a region of France that I know from personal experience.
I cannot really say that I found even one of the Murder in Provence characters plausible, with the exception of a vineyard domain owner who was a minor character (and I lived in another part of France for about 4 years).
Not one that I shall be seeing in the future.
Late tweets seen
As I first blogged years ago, the greatest political fraudster and mountebank seen in Britain since Horatio Bottomley [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horatio_Bottomley].
A Jew-Zionist-ruled “failed state”; hardly a state at all. 30+ years of corruption, exploitation and completely shambolic misgovernment.
Zelensky himself has a USD $40M house in Florida. Not bad for a cheap comic entertainer who has only posed as President of Ukraine for 3 years.
Incredibly, that woman seems to be a “lead” teacher of English, teaching pupils aged 11-14; and she calls a well-known journalist “an arsehole” on public Twitter. Standards have fallen through the floor in this country.
England has, truly, fallen…
Well, I suppose that she had better open another bottle of wine (presumably to drink alone)…Admittedly a speculative view, but one based on seen reality (in a number of other cases).