Diary Blog, 6 August 2022

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On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz

Well, this week I again beat political journalist John Rentoul, scoring 9/10 to his 6/10.

I did not know the answer to question 7.

Not for the first time, the accuracy of the questions was not exact, in that Western Union (question 9) was founded in 1851, not 1852.

Tweets seen

I doubt whether even 5% of the migrant-invaders will ever be anything other than an imposed burden on the British people.

To call it a “zoo” would be too polite.

In another society, 7 rounds would probably be enough; maybe 14.

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[war memorial, Panfilov Park, Almaty, Kazakhstan. In 1996, I lived on what was then Prospekt Lenina, about 10 minutes walk from that park]

2019 General Election

I notice that one of my blog posts about the 2019 General Election has had a few hits today and yesterday: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/11/06/general-election-2019-daily-updated-blog-no-2/

Robert Largan

Largan’s father came from a large Irish Catholic family in Salford and had a variety of occupations, including a Shabbos goy“: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Largan.

I had missed that. Seems that, in a sense, the apple fell not far from the tree…

Largan has campaigned strongly against antisemitism and has pushed for organisations to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of antisemitism.[18]

Largan is also a parliamentary officer of the Conservative Friends of Israel (CFoI). In 2019, CFoI paid for Largan to visit Israel and the West Bank on a fact finding political delegation.”

[Wikipedia].

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Late tweets seen

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20 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 6 August 2022”

    1. No, there isn’t. How wonderfully convenient!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

      Crimewatch was a very well-established, well loved programme that had been on the BBC for decades and had helped the police to solve numerous crimes yet it had to be taken off air because the truth was far too non PC for some people to tolerate.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

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  1. I am sure you have noticed that there is a connection between the filthy, disgusting appearance of radical lefties, feminists, etc., and their equally disgusting behavior.

    I finished reading an excellent biography of Richelieu by the French writer Auguste Bailly (1878-1967) and I found this little gem, I hope my translation from the French makes sense: “Our political opinions are nothing more than a reflection of our character”

    I think is brilliant and very true. Compare the aspect and behavior of fanatical leftists (Antifa, etc) and genuine radical right-wing militants (clean, respectful, well-dressed, non-violent)

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  2. You support the death penalty for gang rapists? I thought you were opposed to the ‘ultimate penalty’?

    I normally only support it for murder or, at least, the most atrocious and premeditated kinds, people who murder more than one person, police and prison officers, treason, highjacking of aircraft, and drug trafficking, people who discharge firearms ,people who deliberately lie so that an innocent person is executed (some countries which retain capital punishment do this. I can’t understand why we didn’t)

    With gang rapes it is more difficult as unless they have killed the victim then the penalty is too extreme. They can be rehabilitated and the crime though very serious and fully deserving of harsh punishment causes harm only to the victim and their family rather than embedding itself within wider society and potentially wrecking it as drug trafficking does (one reason Singapore has it for that and as a strong deterrent to would be traffickers)

    Mind you, this problem of gang rapes is becoming too widespread and perhaps we should take a leaf out of the books of those Muslim countries where many of these criminals originate from such as Bangladesh and Pakistan who have the death penalty as a possible sentence for them.

    It is either that or we impose much more lengthy prison sentences on them instead of the pathetic sentences above and also give them a few strokes of the rattan cane as in Singapore.

    Singapore doesn’t have this problem because the population is about 75% of Chinese descent. Muslims from Pakistan or Bangladesh don’t really exist in that city-state hence few, if any, gang rapes.

    This increasing problem is one directly caused by our globalist governments importing people from countries which have a tradition of this type of crime.

    Gang rapes were unheard of before they arrived and muggings were very rare before immigration from the Caribbean.

    Thanks for nothing, Tory and Labour TRAITORS!๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ 

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    1. John:
      As previously said, while I disapprove of the death penalty as a judicial sentence, there are times when harsh measures have to be taken by the state in terms of *executive* action. A purge, if you like. Social cleansing.

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      1. That way no one gets a fair trial. Executions should only be possible after someone has had their day in court and been given a thorough chance to prove they are innocent of a crime that carries an irreversible sentence.

        One way Singapore can and should revise its capital punishment laws with regard to drug trafficking and where Amnesty International DOES have a point of valid criticism to make over them is for them to do away with the dangerous presumptions in their Misuse of Drugs Act. The onus is upon the prosecution to prove its case not the person on trial and that especially applies where the penalty is the most severe one a criminal justice system can ever impose.

        I am sure that we must have taught them this essential principle of British justice under colonial rule.

        A lot of people here criticize Singapore for its harsh justice system but we can’t really do that as we introduced hanging and flogging to them. They have merely extended practices which were already present under British governors.

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  3. Seeing as Britain is becoming another Pakistan or Bangladesh under the Tory and Labour TRAITORS with the crime rates and specific crimes of those countries like gang rapes then, inevitably, we are going to have to consider their methods to deal with it.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜ก๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ 

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  4. That clip above from Australia re COVID vaccine. Aussie DNA dies hard I see. Who would have thought that many people there are descended from British convicts!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    What a moronic thug!

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    1. One has sympathy with his loss but it is incredibly moronic and utterly disgraceful behaviour to do that especially when, to my knowledge, vaccinations for COVID-19 were not compulsory in Australia.

      Yes, some people have unfortunately died through taking the vaccine but many more have been protected using it against the often deadly viral disease.

      Shamefully, that tweet has attracted a lot of people approving of the violent actions it depicts. Australia must have a real problem with violent criminals as we do.

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  5. India has capital punishment as well though it is hardly ever used. The last executions were in 2020 and the people put to death were gang rapists who had killed a young woman. I if Deeply Fishi Mega Rich CRIMINAL Rishi approves of that tradition from his ancestral homeland?๐Ÿค”

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    1. nativewarrior14:
      The Daily Mail says that those photos were taken “near to”, and even “next door to”, Aushwitz. In reality, at least 15 miles away. One “reader” comments that those shown were inhuman because “people were being tortured a few *feet* away”! The power of propaganda on the simple-minded.

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    1. It is a shame Portugal (Britain’s official oldest ally) is becoming as ‘culturally enriched’ as everywhere in Europe with the possible exception of Iceland. No doubt those ‘enrichers’๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„ come from Portugal’s ex colonies in Africa such as the pretty backward even by normal African standards Angola and Mozambique.

      If only Europe could preserve itself. Our continent is the world’s most beautiful, it always has had high levels of culture and cultural diversity and is a gift and real enrichment to the world as a whole.

      We gave the world the sublime musical brilliance of Beethoven, Bach, Brahms, Mozart, Maurice Ravel, the Beetles, the world class literature of William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Chaucer, James Joyce, Jane Austen, the paintings of Pablo Picasso, Leonardo Da Vinci, Vincent Van Gogh etc to name just a few of Europe’s great figures.

      We have enough ‘cultural diversity’ to last several lifetimes. There is no need for us to be ‘enriched’ by Africans etc.

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  6. So now we know why Robert Largan is so repulsive even by the usual standards of the (ugh, I am going to be violently sick) ‘modern’ Conservative Party!

    Not only a pathetic shabbos goy but from a large Irish Catholic family too so no doubt there is probably quite a lot of ancestral anti-British hatred in the family tree and that might well be one reason he is such a pro-Israel Zionist fanatic and, consequently, anti-British.

    I can’t stand Labour and disagree with them about 90% of the time but it is a shame their candidate in the seat didn’t hold on. It was so close! We have the utter fakes of Farage’s Brexit Party to blame for Labour losing there. Out of all the seats Labour managed to hold onto that seat should have been one of them. Largan got one of the smallest Tory percentage vote increases in that election.

    By all accounts, the previous MP was a conscientious representative for the seat as well.

    I wonder who Robert Largan is backing in the leadership election? Deeply Fishi Mega Rich CRIMINAL Rishi by any chance?๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”

    Let us hope he loses his seat next time.

    God, the standards of the Conservative Party nowdays are so low! At one time being a Shabbos Goy would have meant you would have found it virtually impossible to be selected for even a seat like Labour’s iconically safe Rhondda Valley let alone a winnable marginal.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-Semitism_in_the_UK_Conservative_Party

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  7. Peter Hitchens, please feel free to keep on taking your medications! What credibility you had as a journalist before the pandemic started which was fairly considerable has surely been almost completely shattered over the last two years.

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  8. It is good to see you wanting to prevent WW3 over the Ukraine crisis and warning people of the possible dangers of containing with the stance of Boris’s inept government, the US ect. I would stick to trying to change opinion on that issue.

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  9. The sad thing is that you almost completely ruined your previous reputation over Covid-19 so your warnings over the Ukraine-Russia crisis will taken ess seriously than they should be.

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