Diary Blog, 3 August 2022

Morning music

On this day a year ago

Tweets seen

Economic sanctions against Russia are mainly hitting, not Russia, but the states of the EU, and also other non-EU European states, such as the UK.

In Russia itself, the mass of citizens are not much affected by the sanctions. In fact, especially outside Moscow, many are probably better off because of them, or there is no discernible effect either way.


[Biden photographed recently— as always in the USA since the 1960s, the Jew-Zionist and/or Israeli element is pulling most of the strings of the puppet. Biden almost certainly has some form of dementia].

Laughter, the best medicine…

Ha ha! “I’m lovin’ it!

More tweets

All the same, it could happen, if there appeared to be the prospect of a clear defeat for Russian forces. At present, however, the Russians appear to be gradually winning by attrition.

Khazar DNA Project

An interesting blog post about DNA, and the claims of Jew-Zionists to be justified in seizing Palestine, i.e. justified by being descendants of ancient Israelites.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khazars#:~:text=The%20Khazars%20(%2F%CB%88x%C9%91%CB%90,Ukraine%2C%20Crimea%2C%20and%20Kazakhstan.


More tweets seen

If someone dislikes too many blacks, too many browns, too many Jews, the “anti-racists” try to make the sky fall in, but “too many” blonde Europeans can be said with impunity. There it is, “White Genocide”, in the tweet of some pathetic “me-too” idiot.

Logical, really. After all, the “refugees” get free entry to the UK as a whole, free hotel accommodation, followed by free housing, free spending money, often also free mobile telephones and laptops, free food etc, so the above nonsense just carries on the theme.

Of course, British people usually have to pay for all of the above, and also pay, in the end, for the freeloading migrant invaders.

Sunak has learned a lot about how to take over someone else’s country from the (((you know who)))…

I was blogging about “Prevent” over 4 years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/05/30/one-mans-extremism-is-another-mans-struggle-for-liberty-and-justice/.

London is not, now, an English city. I (once a resident of near-Central London for many years) have seen the change happen over the past half-century or more: see: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/06/30/diary-blog-30-june-2022-including-impressions-of-a-trip-to-dystopian-london/; and also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/02/04/white-flight-in-a-small-country/.

The USA is totally Jew-ridden, really. There are exceptions, but it remains true in all the strategic areas of the society: mass media, business, politics, the legal system.

Late tweets seen

The (((you know who))) is behind most of those campaigns, and is doing the same thing in the UK, France, even Germany.

There is no use in talking to that type. You get my meaning, I hope.

Migration-invasion. White Genocide.

Late music

25 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 3 August 2022”

  1. Will Sunak lock-up the many thousands of Islamist extremists (some of whom even get around to murdering Tory MPs like David Amess ) the world’s most useless Home Secretary, Priti Leftwing, keeps on letting in as patently fraudulent ‘asylum seekers’ and blatant illegal immigrants or, as I suspect, just incarcerate British people who have even the merest inkling of patriotism?🙄🙄🙄🙄

    To ask the question is to answer it immediately with these Tory traitors, isn’t it?🙄🙄🙄🙄😠😠😠😠

    David Amess supported bringing back hanging. It is a shame he was a leftie on the subject of fake ‘asylum seekers’, illegal immigrants, mass immigration in general.

    That stupid stance literally cost him his LIFE! What a CLASS A MORON!🙄🙄🙄🙄

    Still, that is about the level of Tory ‘thinking’ in 2022!🙄🙄🙄


  2. It is a shame that Japan isn’t militarily strong enough to take out China. China can be admired in certain ways ie its tough stance on law and order, its growing economic prowess, even some parts of its culture but as a people the Chinese are distinctly untrustworthy.

    The world needs to treat them with a certain degree of caution especially as it is predicted they will be the leading economic power in the world by 2026-2028.

    I would rather have Japan as the foremost economy which was a position they nearly achieved in 1989/1990 before their recent economic troubles started. The Japs are far more trustworthy than Chinese people.


    1. John:
      China has a great ancient culture, and its contemporary achievements are huge, but it is badly flawed: its cruelty and callousness to animals, its human rights record, its trampling of other cultures etc. I tend to agree with you that they cannot be trusted.


      1. Yes, China isn’t a democracy but then South Korea wasn’t either in the 1960’s/1970’s but the military dictatorship they had then done them a lot of good since it laid the foundations for the ‘Miracle On The Han River’ ie South Korea’s subsequent rise to being the economic powerhouse it is today.

        Yes, the human rights record of China leaves a lot to be desired. I still have a little bit of fondness as to how they deal with criminals though.

        Such methods as they employ could well be pretty much the only way London’s burgeoning criminality can be kept under some form of control.

        The Chinese would deal harshly with the myriad numbers of stabbers in London!


      2. One aspect of what some people may say is China’s lack of respect for human rights that is good is that traitors to the Chinese motherland get either an exceptionally long time to spend in one of their harsh prisons ie probably 50 years plus or a quick bullet to the back of the head.

        Very succesful South Korea has the death penalty for conspiring with foreign countries though no executions have been carried out in the land of Samsung, LG, Hyundai and Kia since 1997:



      3. Re Chinese callousness towards animals may, in general, be bad but they have been known to execute people for killing their national symbol of Giant Pandas though I believe that is one crime they don’t sentence people to death for.

        One good aspect of China’s capital punishment regime is that EVERY section of Chinese society are potentially subjected to it. Somebody’s wealth won’t protect them as even billionaires have been executed.

        Equality in action!


  3. The RNLI are virulent anti-British treasonous VERMIN with a capital V. It is high time capital punishment was restored for the crime of treason and their bosses subjected to the hangman’s noose which Labour stupidly and completely unnecessarily abolished in 1998 (infact a full working gallows was regularly checked to be in complete working order in Wandsworth Prison until that date)

    NO country in the world can survive this level of treason from within.😠😠😠😠


  4. Well eff off then you treasonous #### to some African, crime ridden hell hole if you don’t like the fact that, for once, an English sports team had quite a few ethnically English people on it.

    You don’t have to stay here! Britain has plenty of airports you can use with a one way ticket.


  5. The Traditional Britain Group are the only true Tory organisation left in this country. They have much to recommend them.

    If they were to set themselves up as a political party I would certainly consider giving them my vote.



    The actual Conservative Party has systematically dumped overboard genuine conservatism and become little more than the Liberal Democrats for the top 10% of the population.

    Why can’t we have a nationalist/national-conservative party like Germany’s excellent Afd (Alternative Fur Deutschland) party?


    1. John:
      Even if there were a suitable party, and with a leader as eloquent as Cicero and Demosthenes, the (((you know who))) untermenschen would conspire to close it down and arrest its activists. That, and the migration-invasion (and waves of births to non-whites) have made Britain “unsafe” for “democracy”.


  6. The US exchanged Trump for Biden. Enough said. I don’t follow American politics closely and I have little idea of what Trump achieved in office but at least he seemed to have his heart in the right place most of the time. Sadly, his response to Covid-19 left a lot to be desired and that was probably one of the main reasons he lost.

    I quite liked him. It is typical that a President who had recent British ancestry and seemed to have quite a liking for this country was given a awful reception by scruffy, loony-left, anti-British yobs when he made a State Visit to us.

    These idiots prefer Biden with his ancestral Irish-American dislike towards Britain.🙄😠😡


    1. A very leftist, gormess and utterly ‘lost’ expression on her face so typical of the type. Yes, why not make the beautiful in some parts ‘Garden of England’ otherwise known as Kent into a replica of crime ridden ‘Stab City Upon The Thames’ ie London?

      Then, her type wonder why the party she probably supports ie Labour doesn’t have a twenty point or so lead over this government as it should be doing!

      Why vote for even more levels of anti-British, globalist open borders than we already get from Priti Leftwing and company?

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      1. In my comment, I described her as “gormless” (what a wonderful word!) and yes, THEY ALL LOOK THE SAME. They must be mass-produced in some infernal underground factory. Instead of a brain they receive a CD with instructions (LOL)


    2. I have barely read any of them and already chuckled quite a bit!🤣😂😂😂😅😅😀😀😀

      Some of them are pretty suitably sarcastic 😂😂😂! Yes, upper middle-class Guardian readers do tend to look like that!😀😀

      That being said I quite often read articles on the Guardian website not only because they don’t use a paywall but you have to know how your political enemies think and what they are up to!


  7. Hello Ian: I found this little video quite amusing as it shows clearly what a wimp and a coward Keir Starmer is. I could not understand very well what the lady said (she is from Liverpool!) but she accused him of betraying the traditional values of the Labour party (which is true!) She is a supporter of Corbyn.

    However, the importance of the video is the lack of reaction of Starmer and his cowardly demeanor. The best part is the first 2 minutes when he is confronted by the lady. Then there are another 4 minutes where the lady is interviewed by George Calloway who was right when he described him as “a henpecked husband” (4.55)


    1. Claudius:
      I have now just watched that piece. Thank you.

      What struck me most was the fact that Starmer had the Audrey White person expelled from Labour the next day. Of course, it might be the case that she would have been expelled that day anyway, without further input from Starmer.

      Starmer was always going to be dull and uninteresting as Labour Party leader (even leaving aside the fact that he is a complete puppet for the Jew/Zionist lobby).

      As you may have seen in the blog, my main point about Labour is the central fact that it has no real function or purpose now except as a kind of pro-multikulti, pro-Jewish lobby, pro-finance capital party. Nothing to do with “the workers”, or “organized labour” (both of which do not now exist in their original forms), or ideas and action for a different and better society.

      Both main System parties in the UK are now mere shadows of their former selves, and they are led by completely hopeless, low-level careerists— “Boris” Johnson and Keir Starmer.


      1. Hello. Yes, I know Starmer is incredibly dull but I have to say I was surprised by his amazing lack of spark, he did not attempt to say anything, he is a wimp with a capital “W” Unbelievable!


  8. The expulsion of Audrey White also proves what a mean, vindictive and despicable coward he is. You must have also noticed that the coward goes around with a bodyguard (of sorts), an Indian looking bloke with a goatee


    1. Claudius:
      I noticed the “minder”, but he was not police or anything official, judging by his moves. I do not know whether the Leader of the Opposition has a f/t police bodyguard; maybe not, or it may be that (if he exists) he only intervenes if there is a serious perceived threat.


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