Diary Blog, 5 September 2022, with initial thoughts about the mooted Liz Truss Cabinet

Morning music

[Warwick Castle]

On this day a year ago

Therese Coffey

It seems that Therese Coffey, the appalling woman presently Secretary of State for the DWP, is likely to be appointed Secretary of State for Health (assuming a Liz Truss premiership— we shall know about that later today).

My blog post about Therese Coffey from three years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/16/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-therese-coffey-story/

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Th%C3%A9r%C3%A8se_Coffey.

More about the mooted new Cabinet

Good grief. Thick half-caste James Cleverly as Foreign Secretary?! What an incredible embarrassment and humiliation for this country, even after Liz Truss…

The others mooted? Well, we have as mooted Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kwasi Kwarteng, the “African at Eton”, who said, in a book he co-authored with others (including Liz Truss), that “Once they enter the workplace, the British are among the worst idlers in the world.” See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Britannia_Unchained; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kwasi_Kwarteng.

Incidentally, that book was written by 5 MPs, of whom only 2 (Liz Truss, Chris Skidmore) are full European, the others being Kwasi Kwarteng (Ghanaian origin), Priti Patel (East African Indian origin), Dominic Raab (half-Jew).

Then we have Ben Wallace, Defence Secretary since 2019 on the strength of having been a captain in the Scots Guards. Seems to think (after a few whiskys) that the now-pitiful British armed forces can take on Russia (in a nuclear war?) and “win”.

Wallace’s actual words were to the effect that the Scots Guards had “kicked the [backside]” of Nikolai I of Russia in the Crimean War (about 170 years ago) and could do it again.

Only a week or two later, Wallace announced plans to reduce the established size of the British Army by almost ten thousand: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Wallace_(politician)#Secretary_of_State_for_Defence.

Let us hope that Wallace stays off the whisky, in case he confuses 1852 with 2022 and then, while a little too merry, tries to kick Putin’s nuclear backside.

Culture— Nadine Dorries“. Need one say more?

Security— Tom Tugendhat“. Really? The part-Jew former desk soldier whose wife is a politically-connected French judge, while Tugendhat (a fervent pro-Israel drone, closely connected to the Jewish lobby in the UK) is himself a French citizen (dual French-British citizenship). See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Tugendhat.

Nadhim Zahawi? He emulates the limpet. He blagged his corrupt, expenses-cheating, tax-evading way into Cabinet under “Boris”-idiot, and he will be clinging onto office no matter what.

Most of the rest on that list can be best described as deadheads and idiots.

Such a Cabinet, at such a time? The auguries cannot be favourable.

Basically, “Boris” Johnson appointed to his Cabinet those MPs with more interest in office than their own self-respect. The dregs, pretty much. What we now see is a new Cabinet which can be described as the dregs of the dregs.

Guardian political sketch


Rather telling, though weakened near the end by a would-be-respectful nod to the Ukrainian woman married to the Jew dictator, Zelensky. Hard to feel sorry for a woman who, with her corrupt husband, owns at least two villas in the sun (in Italy and in Florida), one of which is apparently worth USD $40 million.

Other tweets seen

The “trans” nonsense has to be brought to an end.

Prepping: you cannot buy survival


An interesting report, which hits a few points or questions many of the ultra-wealthy preppers written about may have considered but not resolved. For example, once there is an existential disaster in society, once your money (whether gold coins, bank deposits, or Bitcoin etc ) is worthless, how can you ensure the loyalty of your security force?

I have blogged in the past about various aspects of prepping: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/02/03/diary-blog-3-february-2021-including-more-thoughts-about-prepping/

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

More tweets seen

The snake-oil salesman becomes a gin salesman. Well, I suppose that, after all, that other —sort-of— smoothie, Ribbentrop, sold Champagne at one time…

Strange to think that, as recently as (?) 5 years ago, some people saw this egregious example of “controlled opposition” as a potential prime minister. Having said that, and after “Boris”-idiot and now Liz Truss, Farage seems relatively straightforward and capable! Our national life now must lie somewhere between Nietzsche and Kafka.

I shall not be trying Farage’s alcoholic product any more than I would his political products; I have never once tasted gin, and I do not think that I shall start now.

Very interesting, especially in view of the fact that Greta Nut’s main handlers seem to be Jewish.

I have blogged in the past about Greta Thunberg: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/29/greta-thunberg-system-approved-wunderkind/.

Late tweets

Too many people on the Earth. In particular, too many backward people. To be even more specific, too many non-Europeans. See also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

Late music

[Akademgorodok, near Novosibirsk, in Autumn]

45 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 5 September 2022, with initial thoughts about the mooted Liz Truss Cabinet”

  1. So ‘Operation White Vote’ was successful but not as much as the opinion polls were predicting!

    It looks like there are plenty of globalist, fundamentally anti-British, libertarian TRAITORS in the fake Conservative Party. It might be the case that the only thing that saved us from having an Indian CONFIRMED CRIMINAL and mass COVID-19 MURDERER who should be executed via a long drop hanging or incarcerated for many decades as PM were the older Tories so thanks should be extended to them. It looks like only they remember that the Conservative Party is the party of the late, great and ever so RIGHT (certainly on the immigration question) Enoch Powell and Winston Churchill one of whose choice quotes was this little one, “I hate Indians. They are a beastly people with a beastly religion”. Churchill got a lot wrong but his opinions on Indians were surely in the right ball park.

    What a DISGRACE that so many voted to impose a criminal CANDIDATE (at least Boris only became one AFTER his election as PM) upon us! Yet they are supposed to be members of the ‘party of law and order’!πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„ I think these people should really consider whether they have joined the right party? Perhaps, the Labour Party or the Lib Dems would suit them more?πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„


    1. John:
      Had someone with very similar policies etc to Sunak, but English, been the candidate, he would have won easily. Truss is a ludicrous “choice” to become Prime Minister (not that most of the population —about 99.75%— even *had* a choice) but it is good to see that at least most people want someone who is actually of British origins.

      I do not give Liz Truss long in her unmerited elevation.

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      1. It is a shame Penny Mordaunt didn’t get through. I think she might well have done better not least because she seemed to have been viewed as a ‘centrist’ and ‘party unity’ candidate.

        Sunak might have done better than predicted because his economic stance is said to be more wise than Truss’s is. That might be so but his persona is of a very vain and quite arrogant man ie in effect he is a Tory Blair figure. I don’t think that would have electoral appeal as hopefully more people in this country are wise as to the potential perils of electing people with ‘charisma’ after our experience with Bliar and Boris.


      2. Yes, you could well be correct there. Tory MPs are clearly completely out of touch with electoral reality and tried to fix this contest so they could boast of having an ethnic PM (perhaps they should take a look at Tory vote shares in places like Southall let alone Tower Hamlets etc to see that their PRESENT rate of pandering to ethnics doesn’t achieve anything!)and thought that Sunak with his perceived more moderate economic stance, ‘competence’ etc against a ‘weak’ candidate like Truss with hers instead of Mordaunt in the run off would do the trick.

        It was close but the tactic still failed.πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      3. Yes, it is. Why should Tory Party members who have at least some form of national feeling be made to feel guilty for wanting an actual British person to be Britain’s PM?

        That is disgraceful. Germans moan and whinge a lot but they have few ethnic MPs let alone ministers!

        Britain should be run by the British FOR the British just as Japan is run by Japs FOR Japs.


      4. Japanese, South Koreans and, above all, Israelis are not made to feel shame or guilt in wanting to see their countries run by their ethnic groups so why should we?πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ˜ πŸ˜ πŸ˜ πŸ˜ 


      5. Having Sunak as PM would have felt like Channel Islanders thought living under the Nazis was from 1940 to 1945 ie like an occupation and would be as unjust as that was.

        NO to foreign occupation whether by a people quite like us as Germans are or by more alien peoples like Indians.


      6. How long do you give her? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Six months or until there is yet another devastating Lib Dem victory in a ‘safe’ Tory seat at a by-election?

        Though perhaps we must not laugh as I suspect their ghastly and out of touch PC globalist MPs will definitely decide to fix the next contest properly by either having two ethnic candidates or simply abolishing the right of Con Party members to choose the leader.


      7. John:
        I am sometimes too curt in my timings, but I was thinking 3-6 months. Much depends, as Macmillan said, on “events”, such as the cost of living crisis getting worse, or a startling Russian move on Ukraine, which latter in principle should not affect our politics but may do so, because of the conspiratorial/transnational aspects to all that.


      8. On Wikipedia you can see the statistics for the Jewish population in various countries. Though I haven’t seen the rate for South Korea, Japan has very few of them.

        Perhaps that is the reason Japan doesn’t have incessant campaigns as we do to lower any remaining sense of national feeling, call indigenous Japs ‘racists’ 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, adverts that barely show Japs etc?

        Maybe having such a tiny Jewish population is just one reason amongst many as to why Japan is such a stunning success story and a country to be very much admired in many ways and not just for its economic and industrial prowess as I do.

        The CON Party at one time avoided Jewish people like the plague. Chamberlain wrote to his sister once that he wasn’t personally fond of them.

        I don’t have a problem with the ultra religious Orthadox ones as they normally keep themselves to themselves but the Zionist Pro Israel fanatics/Jew Supremacist ones who go around creating trouble for we gentiles should quit these activities.


      9. John:
        “Their” influence, though already considerable, spread throughout the key parts of UK society after 1945. Newspapers, publishing, TV, radio, show business (obviously), the legal professions, politics, and other areas. The main parties are riddled with “them” now, or their puppets.


      10. A fairly interesting channel on YouTube called A Different Bias reckons her time as PM will be short and Boris ever the opportunist will attempt to make a comeback in 2023/2024 as a British version of Trump to save the day for the Tories!πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

        God almighty!πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„ At least Trump for all of his faults has something in the way of a distinct political philosophy and IS a genuine believer in his ‘America First’ programme!

        Trump also undeniably has a certain real charisma as well.

        Is Boris going to advocate the return of hanging and even want to use capital punishment for drug dealers as China, Vietnam, Singapore already do and as Trump in a very recent speech wants to introduce?


      11. First of all we had the ‘Poundshop Churchill’ now we have the ‘Poundshop Maggie’ and Boris reckons he can play the role of the latter day, British ‘Poundshop Trump’!πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

        If the Tories had sense they would move to the centre on economic policies and also move sharply to the ‘Right’ on immigration/asylum policies and law and order.

        PC Globalist libertarian values are NOT popular and will never be. As an example, even with Germany’s pretty fair Mixed-Member PR electoral system the German neo-liberals of the FDP have never got more than 14% of the vote at a general election and are currently polling at just 8%.


      12. John:
        Peter Hitchens has written a good deal about this, to the effect that a new party with social cohesion goals, a welfare state, nationalized utilities etc, but private enterprise otherwise, and national-patriotic ethos, would be popular.

        What Hitchens forgets is that the present Jew-Zionist-dominated political system and msm (etc) would squash any such party as soon as it could.


      13. Zionist Pro Israel fanatic/Jewish Supremacist Jews will pay a heavy price one day if they continue with some of their disgusting anti-British activities. They need to remember that the Germans were once very tolerant of them and the Jewish community there was one of Europe’s most integrated until the broad mass of a pretty cultured people who gave the world Bach and Beethoven became enraged at some of the more nefarious activities of these Jews and the rest, as they say, is history.


      14. Japan is, as the Germans would put it, virtually ‘Juden Frei’. There is a Jewish population of a few thousand at most who mostly live in Tokyo.

        That is a tiny population out of a total one of around 123-126 million others. There are simply not enough of them to cause real trouble for the host Japanese population.


  2. Ha, ha, Ben Wallace! A few months ago I did think he was the only member of Boris The Buffoon’s cabinet of utterly incompetent misfits who could be described as remotely sensible but appearances can be deceptive.

    Yes, how can a Defense Secretary be described as sensible when they make such a silly and ridiculous boast?

    Britain at the time of the Crimean War was a military superpower and remained so until WW2. Since then we haven’t been and our armed forces have been severely depleted and are now, increasingly, ruined by the insane cult of globalist PC values as the police have already been and other aspects of our society as well.

    Of course, another point to keep in mind and which Ben Wallace doesn’t acknowledge is that both Britain and Russia were not nuclear powers then for the simple reason that nuclear weapons were still many decades away from being invented.

    Situations now can escalate into using them and anyway Russia has far more of them than we do, can deliver them in more ways than we can and theirs are amongst the most sophisticated on the planet.


    1. John:
      Quite. Wallace may have been simply sounding off after a few too many whiskys, but that sort of thing is heard in the Kremlin or at Yasenovo (SVR headquarters), and will have repercussions in various ways.

      At the end of the day, no-one seriously *wants* nuclear war but there again no-one or few people wanted WW1 or WW2. A stupid remark like how the Scots Guards (of all possibilities) can “kick Putin’s ****” may not trigger anything beyond a few laughs or sneers, yet may be another brick in the wall.


      1. Putin would be able to kick Britain’s arse not just by nuclear weapons but also by normal means. On YouTube, there is a disturbing account by historian of WW2 ,Mark Felton, describing the way the RAF has had its capabilities downgraded over the years etc which illustrates just that.


  3. Sunak might have benefitted a bit from the fact that Truss is a ahem, ‘former’ Lib Dem who is on record as once having advocated the abolition of the Monarchy and that may have set some alarm bells ringing.

    Truss is a very mediocre candidate and I don’t think she will last long though surely she will be given the chance to fight the next election?πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

    Even the Tory Party must surely have leadership elections only once every three years and not soon to be having them every two years or even once a year?πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

    I better join the Conservative Party soon then as you only have to be a member for three months and then you get the right to vote in leadership elections! The next one might well be upon us shortly at this rate!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„


  4. If Liz Truss has got any sense at all she will choose her cabinet with great care. The problem with Boris wasn’t just him but his cabinet as well.

    Playing PC Bingo as he did when choosing a cabinet rarely ends well as we have seen.

    Besides which PC Bingo has to be VERY inclusive as otherwise some groups STILL feel unrepresented! Where were Boris’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transexual ministers or one from the disabled community in a wheelchair?

    Oh, and what about a Chinese one? Aren’t they entitled to sit around the Cabinet too?πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„


      1. Yes, it is probably better to wait until the defeat of 2023, 2024 or 2025 becomes clear.

        I really doubt whether she can ‘win’ one of our grotesquely rigged so-called ‘democratic’ general elections.

        The very best they can hope for is to become the largest party in a hung parliament and even that looks to be out of reach.


      2. John:
        If the Con MPs want to save their seats, those MPs not in supposedly very safe seats, they will have to both ditch her by sometime before the end of 2023 *and also* find someone presentable to replace her.


      3. They would be ill-advised to do that in some ways! After all, what sort of real credibility can be attached to a political party that has to change its leader not at the already quite farcical rate of once every three years as at present but even more frequently than that?πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜€πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

        We shouldn’t laugh really. The CON Party was once a serious political party but that was before the globalist libertarian PC mob sank their claws into it.😠πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯😠😠😠

        WHO would be that presentable person? Penny Mordaunt perhaps?


      4. John:
        No good asking me. I am, some claim, “an extremist”, so how would I know? More seriously, someone like David Davis, but I concede that the choice is very limited.


      5. She HAS to think long and hard about her potential cabinet ministers and not just play yet another game of utterly pathetic and patronizing PC globalist bingo as Boris so foolishly did with the all too predictable dire results.

        Select people because they are genuinely up to the job not because they fit some gormless PC globalist box ticking exercise. This is not only fundamentally immoral, unfair to British Tory MPs who DO have the capability to make for good cabinet members (there must be a few somewhere surely?) but won’t pay political dividends either.

        It shouldn’t matter if the Cabinet is all white or nearly so. The ethnics won’t vote Tory in appreciable numbers even if Brits were banned from the Cabinet.πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„


  5. At least now the numerous anti-British racists from India who have taken it upon themselves to comment upon OUR election for PM on YouTube can shut up now!

    They were positively salivating like rabid dogs at the prospect of getting one of their guys into No.10.

    Well, in the end, the prospect though far too close didn’t result in the extra from ‘The Jewel In The Crown’ getting thereπŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Now, can I be similarly arrogant and disrespectful and wonder why there are few, if any, native Britons in the Indian Parliament let alone as a candidate for PM or President?

    Perhaps, I should make videos on YouTube DEMANDING this disgraceful situation in India ends?πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

    God, you can see why Churchill was not fond of Indians now, can’t you?πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„


  6. Steven/John, re. your comments regarding Nazis etc: pity Germany didn’t win the war, as we wouldn’t be faced with the possibility of losing our race, not to mention having to contend with the sort of corrupt and degenerate society we are now experiencing! πŸ€”


    1. Ideally, we should have remained neutral and ‘Minded Britain’s Business’ as the nationalist and devoted British patriot Sir Oswald Mosley advocated like Switzerland did. Perhaps, staying out of wars which are none of their concern is why they became and remain so filthy rich?πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

      I still would not have wanted to see any part of the UK or the non UK British Islands as the Channel Islands are under foreign occupation. I do understand where you are coming from though.

      Indeed, if I had been alive then I would have resisted a German occupation with all I had within me just as Mosley, contrary to post war globalist lies about him, correctly instructed his followers to do.


  7. At least Therese Coffrey is English! Being English can cover a multitude of sins!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    She should be Home Secretary. It might be quite a laugh to have Hetty Wainthrop Investigates in that post!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Seriously, where is Ann Widdecombe or Norman Tebbit when you actually need them?

    It is a real shame there are so few Tory MPs like this one now days:


    He was the MP for Thurrock and was anti-immigration and pro hanging. Sadly, the rather ungrateful people of Thurrock near me kicked him out of the then ultra marginal seat and replaced him with a Labour guy. Now, they have a leftwing ‘Tory’ who is nowhere near as good.

    Why can’t Sir John Hayes be given the post? He is about the only real Tory left amongst the PC globalist libertarian rabble.


      1. Well that is about as near to British as it gets in the ‘modern’ (urgh.!Why not vote globalist Lib Dem instead then?πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„) Conservative Party so we should be grateful for small mercies!

        I haven’t seen much of her but from what I have seen she makes me laugh in a genuinely amusing way ie unlike with Boris Idiot.

        It is probably her appearance that does that. I am instantly reminded of that tv program Hetty Wainthrop Investigates!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


  8. Hello there! I heard that Priti Patel resigned. Did she jump or was she pushed? I think she knew she was going to be fired and “jumped” before being kicked out.

    If the British politicians who betrayed their country and their people over let’s say the last 40 years, were to be hanged as they deserve I don’t think you would have enough rope to do the job. BTW, the same thing applies to Argentina…


    1. Claudius:
      I do not know what relations between Priti Patel and Liz Truss were like in Cabinet. Maybe not so good. In any case, Priti Patel has proven herself entirely incompetent, over several years. Her well-merited destination now is the political dustbin.


      1. Yes and GOOD RIDDANCE to this truely awful Indian wretch and probable Labour/Lib Dem infliltrator.

        She was probably the worst Home Secretary in British history with the only possible rival to her being Jack Straw though I think he did have some basic administration ability. Sir David Maxwell Fyfe in the early 1950’s was probably the last genuinely good one though he did make a bad error in deciding to refuse to allow clemency to Dereck Bentley and therefore allowing his execution to go ahead when the jury in the case recommended mercy.

        The last semi decent Home Secretary was Michael Howard at least on sentencing policy though, sadly, he was also soft on immigration though not anywhere near as much as ruddy Priti Leftwing.

        Seriously, who actually liked her or approved of her disastrous reign? Ever dim globalist lefties didn’t because they wrongly thought she WAS actually ‘Right-wing’ and we REAL anti-globalist, anti-immigration people didn’t because we recognized her as the globalist, open borders supporting zealot she was and is which her record proves.


    2. There would need to be plenty of rope for sure! I don’t think we would be that short of budding Albert Pierrepoints either though the skills to conduct proper, relatively humane, non time consuming (the entire process took less than 30 seconds) British-style executions via long drop hangings have sadly been lost.

      Oh well, we could ask Singapore to train us as this ancient British craft is still conducted there with them being excellent pupils of their former colonial masters.





      1. Saying that I don’t see why our globalist and virulently anti-British politicians should be accorded the fairly civilized and relatively humane British method of capital punishment seeing as they hate Britain and we Britons so much and hanging is the traditional British way of executions.

        No, as they hate Britain they should receive a foreign method such as the ghastly and inhumane electric chair of the USA (a country they hugely prefer to us along with Israel), the gas chamber or lethal injections.

        Lethal injection, contrary to the opinions of many Britons who prefer that method to what they perceive as more brutal and barbaric hangings and thinking, wrongly, that it is akin to putting a much loved pet down at the vetinary surgery, is the most botched method in America and is often extremely painful.

        Churchill apparently wanted Roosevelt to let Britain borrow an electric chair to execute Adolf Hitler if Hitler had been caught alive and sentenced to death at the Nuremberg Trials.


      2. John:
        The one criticism I have of Hitler in those final days is that he might have gone down, guns blazing, from or outside the Reichskanzlei, along with the most loyal of SS officers, but of course it is always too easy to say what others should have done, in circumstances very different from our own, and 77 years ago.

        Anyway, no matter. We’re back!


    1. Claudius:
      As a matter of fact, I did have that book, though I think that, along with 95% of my library of ~2,000 books, it had to be abandoned when I returned from France in 2009 (I think I told you some time ago about that catastrophic loss).


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