On this day a year ago
Well, nearly time for breakfast…
Whatever the truth of the Ukraine atrocity reports, it is ironic that much of the venom against Russia comes from people in the USA, some influential. You would hardly know that, ever since the Second World War, the USA has been committing atrocities of all sorts (from officially-approved ill-treatment and torture right through to wiping out whole populations with atomic bombs), and against not only enemies in the field but also civilian populations. Where? Where not (almost): Germany, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Nicaragua, Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon (etc).
“Covid” may have been deliberately engineered
“The world’s leading medical journal has conceded that the Covid pandemic could have been sparked by a laboratory leak and admits that the virus may have been engineered by scientists.
...this is a remarkable turnaround for the 199-year-old Lancet, which printed an infamous article condemning suggestions of a lab leak as ‘conspiracy theories’.
However, the journal – which says the world should take ‘seriously’ both main hypotheses – has also suggested the virus could be linked to laboratories in the US, provoking fears it is still promoting China’s cause rather than good science.“
The plot thickens…
As one can see in the extent to which, in the past 8 years, a small but well-funded pack of Jews calling themselves “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [“CAA”] has suborned or influenced several police forces: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; 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/; and see also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.
I have no statistical evidence for the following proposition, but I would be prepared to bet that “they” (((they))) are behind most of the degrading and negative stuff.
Like a scene from Lord of the Rings.
There must be one Canadian, just one, willing and able to do what it takes.
Worth reading, despite the pejorative and/or misused language in places (“fascism“, “stormtroopers” etc). https://consentfactory.org/2022/02/20/the-naked-face-of-new-normal-fascism/.
Will someone, anyone (that one Canadian) step forward?
I myself have never had the “Covid” “vaccine(s)”, let alone the supposed “boosters”. I know a few people who have had them. Unpleasant but probably temporary side-effects in a few cases, but in others far more serious problems, including two people, both younger than me (I am 66) and without any history of heart problems, who have both had to have heart surgery recently; one triple by-pass, one quadruple by-pass.
Same as Canada and Trudeau, mutatis mutandis. Is there not one New Zealander…(?)
I think that it was Valentin Tomberg [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentin_Tomberg] who wrote that, starting (if I recall aright) at the end of the 20th century, “the mask of Evil [in the world] will start to come off“.
We can see this in, inter alia, the whole “Covid” situation. Not least, the increasing realization that many of the leaders and leading propagandists of the various countries, and particularly the most important countries of the West, are part of a pretty tight cabal or series of cabals.
Look at, say Jacinda Ardern. Not just Prime Minister of New Zealand, but before that operating at a high level, more or less behind the scenes, in the Labour Party in the UK. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacinda_Ardern.
We are talking about “the usual suspects”, aka “the Wise Men of the West”, including Bilderbergers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilderberg_meeting.
There are probably other, far less public, groups, but all such groups form one basic over-group.
I have often blogged about the 33-year cycle: 2022, 1989, 1956, 1923 etc. World-historic years betokening huge socio-political change in the world.
Late tweets seen
Corbyn has returned to his comfort-zone— playing at “revolutionaries” at pointless and stupid Central London demonstrations.
“An ape in a silk suit is still an ape” [old Russian proverb].
A proper government would machine-gun hostile invaders on the beaches, or before they reach shore. That was what warmongering old Churchill wanted to do to any German invaders in 1940, and these untermenschen, and any children they will have, are a far bigger threat to Britain’s future than the German Army ever could have been.
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I am sorry!!!! Wrong link!!! Here it is!!!
In fact, I had seen it, quite a long time ago [“As to Hitler’s popularity, especially among the youth of Germany, there can be no manner of doubt. The old trust him; the young idolize him. It is not the admiration accorded to a popular leader. It is the worship of a national hero who has saved his country from utter despondency and degradation. To those who have actually seen and sensed the way Hitler reigns over the heart and mind of Germany, this description may appear extravagant. All the same, it is the bare truth.” — David Lloyd George // Ex UK Prime Minister”].
I expect that, in your turn, *you* know that, were the German Reich to rule over the UK, Hitler’s first choice for (if you like) “puppet” or collaborationist Prime Minister was Lloyd George, and not —as many think— Mosley.
MI5 were tasked with watching Lloyd George, and to that end infiltrated the young MI5 temporary wartime officer and later very good writer, ex-journalist Derek Tangye, into LG’s circle. Tangye mentions it in his memoirs.
Hello. Thank you very much for your comments. I didn’t know that Hitler preferred Lloyd George over Mosley. My only question is, how trustworthy this information can be?
Regarding Derek Tangye, this is a most extraordinary coincidence. I met Pamela (my wife) in Sydney in 1994 and one day, I remember, she brought a book from the Public Library; it was “A cat in the window” and later on “Monty’s leap”. I don’t remember reading them at that time and now I regret it.
BTW, where did you live when in Australia? We lived (to begin with) in Double Bay in Sidney and later on in Hornsby in the so-called Upper North Shore, almost exactly 30 minutes from Wynyard, Sydney’s main train station in the CBD.
Hitler did have Lloyd George in mind rather than Mosley. My information comes not only from Tangye but several other sources seen over the years. There were several reasons for this, one being the respect in which Lloyd George was still held by the UK public in 1940, despite having been out of active politics for about 20 years (eg he introduced the first State Pension in the UK, when he was Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1911). Also, Lloyd George was an unthreatening figure compared to Mosley, with his black uniforms etc.
Secondly, Hitler did not, I think, have very high regard for Mosley, despite the latter’s intelligence, education, and personal courage. At root, that was because Hitler was a national *revolutionary*, who had known hard times. Mosley had had an easy life (though he had served in WW1, as had Hitler, of course). I knew people who had known Mosley. One lady’s husband had served with Mosley in the Royal Flying Corps in WW1. Another one they knew was Dennis Wheatley, later very famous in the UK, though I think he was not a flier.
Hitler asked Mosley, in the 1930s, what he would do if the King requested Mosley’s support to shore up the existing system, and Mosley apparently replied that his allegiance would be to the King! That was the end of Mosley as far as Hitler was concerned— and that is what actually happened. When war came, Mosley gave public fealty to the Crown. He continued to push for peace, but when the BUF was closed down by the State in May 1940, there was no force to push back; Mosley and 740 others were arrested, then detained without trial, either in prisons or in guesthouses on the Isle of Man.
Actually, most BUF members of appropriate age and sex served in the War, mostly in North Africa.
Derek Tangye, as a writer, seems simple and artless, a presentational style that disguises his great skill. A very fine writer, in fact.
You can get his books, used, on Amazon, for not too much.
You ask where I lived when in Sydney. At first, in 1967, my family lived for 6 months in a house owned by a colleague of my father who was in London. Wyong Road, Mosman. My uncle had a house in the same road. Then my parents bought a house in Ellalong Road, Cremorne, which was/is almost the same road but across the district boundary.
I looked up the area on Google Earth a while ago. Somehow the houses there now look more luxurious, but that may just be my subjective impression.
My family might have stayed there, but returned to the UK in late 1969. My father worked for the same organization in both countries.
I thank you for your very interesting comments regarding Mosley and the information about Sydney. About Mosley I had the same feeling, I mean, he was NOT “the real McCoy”.
1) He made a big mistake by adopting fascist-style uniforms. Although I am an outsider I knew enough about British society as to know that the British NEVER liked anything “foreign” and Mosley, foolishly aping Mussolini, alienated a lot of his countrymen.
2) His last mistake was his pathetic display of “patriotism” when he ordered his followers to support the Jewish-controlled British government and to join the armed forces.
Regarding Sydney, I remember visiting Mosman where a friend of mine had a picture-framing shop. I must say that, overall, the North Shore was very nice and Sydney itself is a very nice city. However, already when I was there there were already neighbourhoods that were becoming, ugly, dirty ghettos, thanks to the bloody Arabs (mostly Lebanese) and Asians who took over those areas.
The mostly White (I mean really Australian) districts were very nice and very clean. I really miss Australia and I would love to be able to return, but I don’t have the means to live there without working and at 63, nobody will employ me!
Property is sky-high now in Sydney, and my younger brother there would never be able to live where we did in the late 1960s, in Mosman and Cremorne, or in the areas which we also went to for various reasons, such as Manly, or Palm Beach.
The White Australia Policy ended in or about 1970, so that was very different to now. Also, there is financial pressure on people, which was rare then, though of course as a child you are not much aware of such things.
When my family lived there, the Opera House was still in an early phase of construction. Now, you could scarcely think of Sydney without it.
As to Mosley and his uniforms, of course you are right. In Britain, even officers off-duty are not normally supposed to wear uniform. Germany was always different. A uniform for everything, almost. Even students had a uniform since the 19th century.