On this day a year ago
In Salisbury...hard to believe.
More about Britain in 2022
While I do not belong to, or even converse with, Patriotic Alternative, they seem to be, at least partly, on the right path. The fact that the evil —and misnamed— “Hope not Hate” crowd are stridently opposing them is a good sign, arguably.
As for System-connected invaders (including those born in the UK), of course they will be given money, jobs, gongs etc, just as the mouthpieces of the East German (DDR) regime were…until that regime collapsed in 1989. Something for said mouthpieces (in the UK today) to reflect upon, perhaps.
Hard to believe that anyone would think that stupid, cruel, and clueless Dunce (Duncan Smith) would know “what to do”, care about the problem, or have any idea how to run anything.
£15BN is not much in governmental terms; to take one example, £38BN was completely wasted on the “test and trace” nonsense, not even including the other “panicdemic” “measures”.
Dunce Duncan Smith has never been punished for his evil actions. The same goes for his part-Jew bosses, George Osborne and David Cameron-Levita, and their many satraps.
Dunce was also an outright and literal fraudster, who got several tens of thousands of pounds annually, on his expenses, to pay his wife for work she never did. A flagrant fraud.
MPs in a corrupt Parliament of this sort understand only one thing, but I am “not allowed” (under the present repressive laws on free speech) to specify it.
In the old phrase, you get nothing for nothing…
I ask, not for the first time, does Canada not have even one person who can deal with this situation?
One wonders why, in this age of superficial iconoclasm, these antiquated figures (bishops) and organizations (churches) still command at least pro forma respect in the msm. I suppose because they always endorse every mad or evil trend the conspiracy wants, from “Black Lives Matter” and climate change via CO2 emissions, to “anti-racism” and all the other nonsense around, including the “holocaust” farrago and the “Covid” panicdemic propaganda and, of course, the “right” of women to become “priestesses” and crazed woman bishops.
A few thoughts about the hot weather
I have lived and worked in, as well as merely visited, various countries, both those which are usually hot and those which are hot only in summer: USA, Australia (where I was at school for three years), a few parts of Africa and North Africa, Turkey, the Caribbean, Kazakhstan, Russia, and of course European countries.
It is hard to come to a firm conclusion about climate from personal experience alone. That is especially true when other factors than temperature come into play: humidity, air flow, the difference (if any) between temperature in the day and after dark.
Age is certainly a factor. Children are often more accepting of hot weather, though many old people enjoy at least sunshine, if not fierce blazing heat.
For myself, I find that age makes hot weather less tolerable, especially when combined with high humidity.
Is the British weather less tolerable now, as compared to, say 1976 or other noted years? As a matter of fact, I would say that it is, possibly because the very hot weather at least seems to continue longer, indeed almost endlessly. In 1976, I was 19, so more resilient to heat than I now am, but I lived in London throughout that famous summer, and did not find it too difficult, despite its duration (longer than the present heatwaves).
I have not examined in detail the statistics of temperature etc, but we do seem to be having more hot and very hot days, days when the temperature is above not even 20C, but 25C and even 30C.
As to “climate change”, my own view is that there has been a change: Australia today, meaning Sydney and other Eastern seaboard regions with which I and my wider family are familiar, is far hotter more often than was the case in the late 1960s when I was a child there. What is driving the change is (in my view) uncertain. If it is said that CO2 emissions are the cause, then the UK or even all Europe making changes will be of only limited effect anyway. China and India are the big emitters as well as the big polluters, and they are not going to change what they do any time soon.
For me personally, I just look forward to next week, when the forecasters predict cooler weather, with rain, in southern England.