Diary Blog, 27 August 2022

Morning music

On this day a year ago

In this month, five years ago

Saturday quiz

Well, this week I again beat political journalist John Rentoul, but only just, scoring 6/10 to his 5/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 5, 6, and 7. Amazing that Rentoul apparently did not know where Copacabana is.

The saga of the Royal Mulatta and the Royal Cuck continues

There are rumours that the cover of Harry’s upcoming tell-all memoir about his horrid life as a royal features a picture not just of him, as you’d expect, but Megs, too. The word emasculated comes to mind.

He has become a walk-on part in The Me-Me-Meghan Show, eclipsed by his wife’s ambition.

I never thought I’d say this, but I feel sorry for Harry.

[Amanda Platell, in the Daily Mail: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11150647/PLATELLS-PEOPLE-believe-Im-saying-feel-sorry-Harry.html].

I do not take more than a passing interest in the activities of the Meghan and Harry show, but it strikes me that the closest facsimile of their relationship might be that of absurd TV cook Fanny Cradock and her long-suffering husband, Johnnie, whom the ghastly woman treated like a particularly abused servant; almost a serf, in fact.

I recall Fanny Cradock on TV when I was a small child, in the early 1960s, and the crazed creature was on British TV occasionally until the mid 1980s.

Fanny and Johnnie Cradock began writing a column under the pen name of “Bon Viveur”[5] which appeared in The Daily Telegraph from 1950 to 1955. This sparked a theatre career, with the pair turning theatres into restaurants. Cradock would cook vast dishes that were served to the audience. They became known for their roast turkey, complete with stuffed head, tail feathers and wings. Complete with French accents, their act was one of a drunken hen-pecked husband and a domineering wife. At this time, they were known as Major and Mrs Cradock.”

“[Johnnie] is best remembered as being the long-suffering stooge for his wife in their popular British cooking programmes which were shown from the 1950s to the 1970s. Wearing a traditional blazer and sporting a monocle, he would remain around the back of Fanny’s studio sets awaiting her imperious commands which, when they came, often resulted in his being berated for being too slow.”

[Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fanny_Cradock; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnnie_Cradock].

The Royal Mulatta has something else in common with Fanny Cradock— an “inventive” memory in recalling her own background and history.

Worth reading

Who would have thought that I would ever agree with Julie Burchill?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11150581/Julie-Burchill-reveals-refuses-bow-social-justice-warriors-altar-wokeness.html

Sometimes, “a thought out of season” comes to me, the dystopian idea that the present decline of Western society will be ended not with debates or literary disagreements (or rigged elections) but with some kind of multifaceted “Holy War”…

Nordic noirs (literally)

Yesterday, I watched the first episode of a Swedish detective series. Not sure whether I shall bother to watch the rest, mainly because I found it all rather contrived. What struck me, though, was the number of blacks and browns shown. Is that how Sweden really is now, or have the media people exaggerated the proportion (as they have in almost everything shown about the UK)?

On that same theme, the show had a number of (“British”) ad breaks, each with quite a few ads. Every single ad had blacks or half-castes (“mixed-race” persons, if you like) in it. This is pure propaganda. I know that I have been blogging about this evil campaign for a few years now

but we must never allow it to become normalized, certainly not without at least having dissenting voices heard.

As we know, “the pen is mightier than the sword“, but that is precisely why the enemies of freedom of expression try to “cancel” people, and to take away their right to speak or write.

In my case, though “antifa” idiots would probably like to “cancel” even my blog, the cabals who have made repeated and serious efforts to take me down have all in fact been those composed of Jew-Zionists: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/01/15/diary-blog-15-january-2022-including-an-outline-of-the-failure-of-the-latest-jew-zionist-attempt-to-prosecute-me/.

I had my Twitter account removed in 2018 by reason of the manipulations of the same Jew-Zionists, really just a quite small handful of individuals plotting together, and presenting themselves as if a large and/or “important” organization (the so-called “Campaign Against Anti-Semitism”, or “CAA”, mainly).

The enemies of civilization are of various kinds. May they all end the same way.

Tweets seen

I was tweeting in the same vein (before the Jewish lobby had my Twitter account taken away in 2018) for about 7 years, amid the economic illiteracies of the fake (and disastrous) “austerity” policies promoted by the part-Jews George Osborne and David Cameron-Levita, and supported by the part-Japanese sadist Iain Dunce Duncan Smith. I have, also, been blogging along similar lines since late 2016.

The well-known book The Spirit Level is still worth reading. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Spirit_Level_(book).

If you transfer money to people on low incomes, they spend it (and almost have to spend it), thus stimulating the economy. If you do the same to people on moderate incomes, they will both spend some and invest some, but if you give money to very wealthy people who already have more than enough to satisfy both needs and wants, they will mostly park that money in hedging assets such as real property (and thus drive up the current value of such assets without actually helping the economy).

In essence, that is why it is better to have at least moderate redistribution of wealth.

Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak both seem to believe in some pathetic “trickle-down” economic theory of the 1980s “Reaganomics” kind. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reaganomics, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supply-side_economics, and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trickle-down_economics.

More tweets

So “they voted for Boris“? How truly stupid are those voters?

Liz Truss will say anything, just to win the contest and/or get through the next day, or the next week, just as Boris-idiot does.

Never a word in the msm or on these online comment sites about how a foreigner should never be Prime Minister of this country, even if one of his passports is “British”.

A little light music

Late tweets seen

Late music

22 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 27 August 2022”

    1. Claudius:
      Thank you.

      Very true. Those I know, or know of, who have avoided these supposed vaccines are in a better place than those who have been injected. I always said that I would never give in to the “vaccine” blandishments, and I never have.

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    2. Utterly moronic bullcrap and distinctly unfunny in every way. The VAST MAJORITY of people who have had the vaccines including me (I have had three jabs whilst my mum, dad and sister have had four) have not suffered ANY form of harm. Indeed, wasps this Summer and the silly heatwaves caused by often manmade global warming caused me and my relatives more harm.😠😠😠😠

      Perhaps if we gave these often very selfish, ignorant pricks who whinge like toddlers about the vaccines even though they are the only way the world and this country has been released from the lockdowns they also moaned incessantly about🙄🙄🙄🙄 the little injections some states in the USA like Texas and Oklahoma have as I would like to do then they would then have something REAL to pathetically whinge and moan about?🙄🙄🙄

      Yes, the lethal injection of America could well be in order for these perpetual whingers:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lethal_injection 😂😂😂😂

      Yes, Sir Whinge A Lot, please step this way and lay on that gurney over there whilst I give you Texas’s three card trick!😂😂😂😂

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    3. At the very least those who haven’t taken the vaccines and have no good reason not to other than stupidity/selfishness/ignorance and then fall ill with COVID-19 and land-up in an NHS hospital should be charged for their treatment just as the excellent government of exceptionally well run Singapore is doing with their vaccine refuseniks.

      The government here spent a huge amount of taxpayer’s money buying these expensive vaccines so if people fall ill with COVID-19 having had no genuine reason not to have taken the vaccines and have treatment on the NHS why should taxpayers pay for their treatment instead of them when they could have avoided falling ill using the vaccine?

      When, oh WHEN, is this country going to learn not to indulge selfishness and stupidity with the imported and often crazy political philosophy of degenerate libertarianism?😠😠😠😠

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      1. Indeed. This is undoubtedly a deliberate campaign by the advertising industry to alter perceptions as to the reality of how widespread ‘diversity’ actually is.

        It isn’t just bad on tv either but also in cinemas and on YouTube. I go on there on a daily basis and the adverts there over the few years have become more frequent in order to support this mostly free social media channel.

        Some of the multi-ethnic advertising is ridiculous and uses blacks for products and services that they would rarely use in real life.

        I did see an all white advert the other day but even though this is now extremely rare so I should have remembered what it was for I can’t recollect it accurately now.

        This obviously contrived situation first started as soon as Bliar won in 1997 and has got progressively worse since so much so infact we Britons have been virtually banned now. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Blair’s wretchedly anti-British government ordered or encouraged this behind the scenes.🙄🙄🙄😠😠😠😠

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  1. Yes, those voters in the Red Wall seats who thought they voted for Boris whilst voting Tory are pretty dim.

    Only Conservative Party members as we are seeing now, the voters in that specific parliamentary seat of his called Uxbridge and South Ruislip and Tory MPs have ever voted for Boris to be PM.

    People in this country don’t even technally vote for a party at general elections due to the fact that our archaic FIrst Past The Post electoral system only allows each voter in one parliamentary seat at a time one vote for one candidate.

    Political parties by definition have to have at least two members or more so how can a voter here give their specific endorsement to a political party which is a collective entity that exists on a NATIONWIDE basis?

    Germans, in contrast, get TWO votes each ie one to cast for a single candidate in their own FPTP constituency like we do PLUS an explicit party vote for a party list of candidates in their state whose results are then totalled-up across Germany to produce a nationwide result.

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  2. Also, as we should all know by now looking back at the last thirty odd years or so the Conservative Party doesn’t make deposing a leader between general elections and even whilst still being in government all that difficult to achieve.

    The Tory Party is one of the most ruthless political organisations in Europe if not the world and their MPs don’t have many qualms about stabbing a leader in the back if they think the leader has become an electoral liability and is dragging them down with him or her and might cost them their seats at the next election.

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    1. John:
      The problem that Con Party has is that, though “Boris” is totally unfit for [any] office, so are Sunak and Truss.

      The nonsense of the “Covid” thing (yes, I know we disagree on that) and also the sanctions against Russia, have created a situation whereby millions will be, if not helped, insolvent by this time next year. Millions of others will have had their savings eroded by inflation which is mainly the result of the factors mentioned; eroded by 10%, maybe even by a quarter.

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      1. I think they will find some way to help people although it is hard to know how they can do this to the extent that is necessary because if they don’t they will be certain losers at the next election. Mind you, that election is going to be very hard to win anyway and always was going to be.

        As we have both noted before the Tory landslide ‘victory’ at the last election was deceptive in that it was mainly caused by two factors:

        1.) A promise to ‘Get Brexit done’

        2.) The mainly Jew Zionist Pro Israel organized media hate campaign against Corbyn about his alleged ‘anti-semitism’ (in reality these people couldn’t stand the fact Jeremy has some sympathy for Palestinians) which made him an unattractive figure to be PM.

        The Tory vote share in 2019 only increased by a paltry 1% or so over 2017’s figure across the country.Their ‘victory’ therefore wasn’t caused by a huge increase in pro-Tory voting but was more due to the intervention of Farage’s not a real political party of the Brexit Party in Labour held seats and Labour supporters mainly abstaining in them rather than directly switching to the Cons.

        If you look at the results in the 40 plus seats they gained from Labour on Wikipedia the actual number of people directly voting Tory in them in most cases hardly improved.

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      2. John:
        As you may have noticed, my blog from time to time carries an interesting graphic about where the 2017 voters voted in 2019, inc. those who failed to vote at all. The Con vote improved hardly at all overall, but the Labour vote fell markedly, like a stone in some places.

        BTW, I do not think that the voters disliked Corbyn quite as much as many imagine; where they did, and it is true that it was a factor, it was not the Palestinian issue that resonated but his terminally-1970s absurd “Leftism”, with its support for mass immigration and even for so-called “Travellers” and their behaviour. His being stuck in the late 1930s, as well.

        In the end, not many could really see Corbyn as a Prime Minister.

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      3. Penny Mordaunt would probably have been their best bet. She seemed to have the most support of any of the candidates in the ‘Red Wall’ seats. She was someone virtually totally unknown to the voters in those constituencies and elsewhere and could have represented a ‘fresh face and a fresh start’.

        Perhaps, Tory MPs didn’t put her on the final ballot because she lacked experience? Who knows?

        I don’t think either Liz Truss or Rishi have much in the way of potential electoral appeal though the Tory Party’s pet Indian/Uncle Tom and extra from ‘The Jewel In The Crown’/It Ain’t Half Hot Mum’/’A Passage To India’ is the worst in this regard and would go down like a bucket of cold sick.

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      4. John:
        While I hardly would have seen Penny Mordaunt as my idea of a Prime Minister, she (like Liz Truss) has been an MP since 2010, whereas Sunak has only been there since 2015. True, Sunak was Chancellor for a couple of years, but (imo) not at all successfully. As for Liz Truss, “Defence Secretary”, I think we draw a veil over her tenure…

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      5. It is true that white voters don’t really care about the Palestine-Israel issue but the hate campaign Zionist Jew fanatics mounted against Corbyn certainly harmed him and added to the pre existing concerns about his hard leftism on immigration etc which you point out correctly.

        This virulent campaign of hate (so much for Zionist Jews being integrated, friendly people at ease with British gentiles in society!) was unparalleled in its sheer ferocity and went on for two years plus.

        Undoubtedly, it destroyed any chance, however small, Jeremy had in presenting himself as a credible PM and made Boris appear to be viable as PM when anyone with a functioning braincell knew in their hearts that he was an incompetent buffoon and couldn’t even run London properly as Mayor.

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      6. Yes, Sunak has only been an MP since 2015 which in parliamentary terms is no time at all. Also, I doubt whether he was truely selected by the local Tory association in that seat of his rather than being foisted on them by Tory central office as a PC placed candidate.

        At any rate, no Tory candidate in living memory has had to exert themselves to win Richmond, North Yorkshire which, to my knowledge, has been Tory held since 1910!

        Sunak was not a good Chancellor and he made several horrendously bad errors in judgement in office most notably his braindead or intentionally evil ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ scheme during the worldwide viral pandemic which no other country in the world did and which helped to spread the virus and probably killed or made many thousands very ill.

        The boastful and arrogant Indian quite literally has blood on his hands like Boris has.

        Mordaunt was Defence Secretary for a few months not Truss. She was our first female one.

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      7. I dislike Jeremy Corbyn as a politician and I oppose about 90% plus of his politics but I will stand with him shoulder to shoulder as a fellow British Gentile when Jew Zionist Pro Israel fanatics virtually call him a ‘Nazi’ and slander him in other ways.

        We gentiles need to stand together as Zionist Jews do when we are attacked.

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  3. Inflation is indeed getting bad. This is not a good economic sign and wouldn’t be at the best of times.

    Of all the aspects of the management of the British economy the Tory Party is expected by the public to be good at tackling inflation is the most important.

    Rising prices eats away at the standard of living of virtually everyone bar the extremely wealthy. It is also one of the most pernicious and unfair economic problems in that the poorest people in society and those on fixed incomes like pensioners and benefit claimants are hit hardest.

    Pensioners have always been more likely to vote Tory than younger age groups and that is particularly so nowdays so this rising inflation scenario has the potential to do a great deal of damage to Tory electoral prospects.

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