On this day a year ago
“King Charles has been seen airing his frustration during a ceremony for the second time in four days while in Northern Ireland.
The new monarch was shown signing a visitor’s book in front of cameras at Hillsborough Castle, near Belfast. He reacted after the pen he was using leaked on him.
“Oh god I hate this (pen)!” Charles said, standing up and handing the pen to his wife, Camilla, Queen Consort.
“Oh look, it’s going everywhere,” Camilla said as her husband wiped his fingers.
“I can’t bear this bloody thing … every stinking time,” Charles said as he walked away.
When completing the documents on Tuesday he also used the wrong date, before checking with an aide who told him it was 13 September not 12 September.
…At the accession council on Saturday, an irritated Charles had signalled for aides to move a pen holder and pens that had got in his way as he signed documents.“
Peevish. Self-absorbed. Trivial.
The warning markers are all there.
I think that the Monarchy, in a living sense, ended with the death of the late Queen.
Incidentally, Charles has given orders to sack most of his loyal staff at Clarence House [https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/sep/13/king-charles-staff-given-redundancy-notice-during-church-service-for-queen].
Is that a sign of what a “King Charles III” monarchy will be like? Much public virtue-signalling but no real concern for people?
Rather like most present System politicians, clergy and msm scribblers, not to mention Twitter-twits.
Actually, looking at him, I wonder how long Charles will be there.
The Guardian also speaks up for some free speech [https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/sep/13/britain-free-speech-heckles-prince-andrew], but I have, in the past decade, seen nothing along those lines to defend the rights of freedom of expression of someone (me) tweeting completely correct and accurate tweets about the behaviour of, inter alia, some government ministers, and some Jews, and some non-whites in our country: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/.
Or when I blog about society and politics etc: see 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/.
Neither have I seen The Guardian defending those who speak out in speeches against the Jew-Zionist lobby, people such as Jez Turner (Jeremy Bedford-Turner): see https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/may/14/ex-soldier-guilty-of-racial-hatred-after-cps-initially-declined-to-prosecute; and https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-44116895.
I have likewise seen no Guardian defence of people such as singer-songwriter and satirist Alison Chabloz (repeatedly targeted, and even imprisoned, for poking fun at some Jewish behaviour, in the manner or style of Charles Dickens: see https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10732361/Anti-Semitic-blogger-Alison-Chabloz-58-compared-Auschwitz-theme-park-jailed.html).
Some tweets seen
The “I stand with Ukraine” nonsense and/or virtue-signalling is an unholy concatenation of largely-fake Ukrainian nationalism, Jew-Zionist support for the Jew-Zionist Zelensky regime in Kiev, and New World Order [NWO] manipulation.
More tweets seen
Military situation in Ukraine
The Daily Mail has offered analysis of the Ukraine situation not very favourable to the Russian side: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11206285/Vladimir-Putin-no-good-options-react-Ukraine-says-military-expert-JUSTIN-BRONK.html.
Written by an analyst from the Royal United Services Institute: academic background at Westminster School, the University of York (History), and the LSE (International Relations). No direct military experience. Still, worth reading:
“In less than a week, more than 3,000 square kilometres of Ukrainian territory had been liberated, massive stockpiles of ammunition, weapons and armoured vehicles captured for use by Ukrainian forces, and the entire Russian position in North-Eastern Ukraine completely destabilised.
Russian forces have not suffered such a serious and rapid military defeat on the battlefield since the Second World War.
Worse still for Putin is that fact that he has no good options for how to react now.
The majority of his potentially mobile and elite units in Ukraine are still concentrated in Kherson to the south, and are facing a serious and ongoing Ukrainian counter-offensive operation that cannot be ignored.
Furthermore, by signalling for so long that Kherson was target for liberation, Ukraine has baited Russia into accepting an attritional battle in a very militarily disadvantageous position.
The region of Kherson Oblast that Russia is trying to hold onto is on the Western bank of the wide Dnipro river.
The US-supplied long range HIMARS rocket artillery system has allowed Ukraine to effectively destroy the only two crossing points – the Antonovsky Bridge and the bridge at Nova Kahkovka – and regularly destroy the temporary pontoon bridges and ferry crossings that the Russian Army has tried to build instead.
As such, the large concentration of Russian forces defending Kherson are dependent on highly disrupted and bottlenecked supply lines, meaning that they are rapidly running low on medical supplies, food and above all ammunition.
This is an attritional battle that favours Ukraine due to the territory involved but for Putin, Kherson has to be defended politically due to its status as the one major Ukrainian city taken roughly intact during this invasion.
Now with his northern flank collapsing, Putin cannot easily withdraw elite units from Kherson, since it would risk a second major rout in the face of the ongoing Ukrainian counter-offensive operations there.
Even if he tries to withdraw some forces, the blown up bridges and frequently-struck temporary crossing points over the Dnipro mean it will be difficult to transfer heavy equipment and vehicles out of Kherson.
If his forces stay put in the south, then the majority of Russia’s usable combat power will be trapped with their backs to the river and steadily ground down by a Ukrainian force that has much better supply lines, more troops and so can sustain an attritional artillery duel for longer.
However, if the Kherson front were to collapse, it would be such a political and military disaster coming soon after the stunning defeat in Kharkiv that Russian military morale might totally disintegrate, or Putin might even find himself threatened by discontented factions within the Russian power structure at home.“
Bronk? Odd name. I wonder what are its origins.
Here is the Daily Mail map:
While “3,000 square kilometres” sounds vast, and is in fact about twice the area of Greater London, it is only 1% of the land area of Ukraine, and about 5% or so of the area controlled until recently by Russian forces.
Until now, Russian attacks on a large scale have only affected areas east of the Dnieper, areas in the Sea of Azov and Back Sea coastal belt, and —at the start of the invasion— areas around Kiev.
Until very recently, Russia has not much attacked the strategic civilian infrastructure of most of the Western part of Ukraine, or even Kiev— electrical supply, water supply, gas supply, railways, airports, major roads etc.
It may be that Putin is considering doing just that, possibly even using tactical nuclear weapons, in order to degrade the surviving economy and lifestyle of the Ukrainian population living hundreds of miles away from the battlefields of Eastern Ukraine and the South.
More tweets seen
Verräterin. A traitor not only to Germany but to all of Europe.
Where are the “Werewolves” when we need them?
Google “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan“, and send the results to as many people as you can. https://vk.com/@judi1964-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-stealth-genocide-against-the-peoples.
Whatever it takes. Whatever it takes.
On a related point, there are, even now, a few cranks, mostly aged persons, who have not woken up to the fact that the facemask nonsense is yesterday’s news (yesterday’s State-sponsored panic campaign). I was in Waitrose earlier today, and saw two people still wearing their facemask muzzles: some old bird buying a load of medicines, filthy-looking “disposable” mask half-worn; the other a loony-looking old fellow wearing his muzzle, driving out of the car park in his own car (in which he was the only occupant!).
I have also seen a few hysterical Jews on Twitter waiting to be told by “authority” that the “panicdemic” is over before they ditch the muzzles. Complete idiots.
It will be hard (I think, I hope) for the transnational conspiracy to resurrect “Covid” as a way of corralling the masses again. Too many people in the UK and across the world have woken up to it all.
I wonder what the next ploy will be. The conspiracy has already tried “monkeypox”, only for even the tame msm scribblers to discover that it affects mainly men who do anal sex, so that failed to fly with the public as a whole.
Perhaps some new and “unexpected” “variant” or whatever will “suddenly appear”, frightening the public again, but the story will have to be pretty alarming to get the bulk of the people on board again.
In the meantime, other “campaigns” have been launched, notably the “I stand with Ukraine” rubbish.
In case any readers are wondering why I now rarely repost material from Nick Griffin, the reason is because I was expelled from Twitter in 2018, at the instigation of a pack of Jews. As a result (and because I have no “sock accounts”, and because Twitter has started even more-reressive censorship), I cannot even read most of Griffin’s tweets because they are “restricted by age” etc.
Twitter has done everything possible to gag Griffin short of actually expelling him. It is made difficult to search for his tweets, and even then there is a pathetic warning notice in place.
As I predicted, Elon Musk realized that Twitter is partly, perhaps largely, a scam, and not a genuine and profitable enterprise. Musk has withdrawn and will not be buying into it.
6 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 14 September 2022, with thoughts about King Charles, free speech, and about the developing situation in Ukraine”
Hello there! Here is a nice article by Tobias Langdon about the late queen: https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2022/09/14/elizabeth-the-evil-a-malign-monarch-dies-and-is-succeeded-by-chuck-the-cuck/?unapproved=358563&moderation-hash=7c008539acdd314b4dcfaaab3c585ffb#comment-358563
I thought about whether I should redact in its entirety that article from the Occidental Observer, more for some of its language and tone as for its substantive content. It is certainly couched, here and there, in terms that I myself would not use.
In the end, and because it makes valid socio-political points, I have decided to allow it, mainly in the interest of free speech. I do not agree with *all* of it, but that’s life.
Hoping that you and Senora Claudius both remain well.
Dear Ian: I thought you will find the language a bit too harsh! I am beginning to know you quite well! 😆😆😆 Unlike me, you are a very nice fellow! 😁😁😁
PS: I meant what I said about being your guide here in BA if you ever decide to board a plane to come “Downunder” (a funny Australian expression!) This is the ideal time to visit BA (September-November) as it is springtime and, therefore, the weather is beautiful.
Ha. Do not rely on it! (my good nature…it has its limits…).
Thank you for the suggestion that I visit Argentina. I shall remember your advice about the weather.
Maybe some day.
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I am looking forward to meeting you. I know you do not eat meat, but what about coffee and cakes? Do you like them? We have a fantastic combination of French and German traditions in patisserie here. 🎂🍰🧁
Thank you, and please present my compliments to Senora Claudius.
I am not supposed to eat too much cake, but there is little better than a good coffee (either black or a white one such as Viennese melange) and either proper Danish pastry or something such as Sachertorte.
One day perhaps.