Diary Blog, 28 September 2022, including a few words about Radek Sikorski, Anne Applebaum, the Labour Party Conference, and Alison Chabloz

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[German forest swastika]

On this day a year ago

On the blog 5 years ago

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[Update, 29 September 2022: Sikorski later deleted his tweet thanking the USA for having sabotaged the Nordstream2 pipeline].

Radek Sikorski has an unusual background. Granted asylum while a student in the UK in 1982, he went to Oxford (how?) and, despite lack of personal or family wealth, somehow became a member of the wealthy yob society, the Bullingdon, along with part-Jews “Boris” Johnson and David Cameron-Levita. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rados%C5%82aw_Sikorski.

[According to David Dimbleby, until Cameron-Levita and Johnson joined, the Bullingdon had been “a club for young gentlemen“, which however was then perverted by the pair mentioned].

Was Sikorski helped to get on terms with young aspirants to the “British Establishment”? If so, by whom— and why?

Was Sikorski spotted as a talented young Pole who might be able, down the line, to advance a Westernizing agenda in Poland, as a wedge into the then-monolithic-seeming Soviet imperium? I wonder.

After graduation from Oxford, Sikorski was soon writing for major publications in the UK, such as the Daily Telegraph and the Spectator. He was also working as a freelance foreign correspondent in places such as Afghanistan.

Sikorski is on the Steering Committee of the Bilderberg Group. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilderberg_meeting.

Sikorski is married to Anne Applebaum [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Applebaum], the well-known American Jewish writer and analyst who was apparently so struck by my tweets when I still had a Twitter account (a pack of malicious Jews had me chucked off in 2018) that she blocked me (for no obvious reason that I can recall).

I have a couple of her books.

A couple completely tied in to the NWO agenda, it seems.

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He’s really asking for it. Poland was not a passive victim in 1939. There had been years of abuse before that, directed at Germany and at the German population trapped in the Polish Corridor [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_Corridor]. Now Sikorski, like the Polish officials of the 1930s, attempts to stoke tensions, this time mainly with Russia. Not a very clever move.

What is his, or the, real agenda here?

If the USA, using perhaps a submarine and/or US Navy Seals, blew a hole in Nordstream2, that is pretty much an act of war.

Keir Starmer, the Jewish lobby puppet now leading the Labour Party, wanted a perfectly stage-managed “Conference” (show or Schauspiel) for the msm to relay to a bemused public. Barring a couple of hiccups such as the above (a fixed non-vote), he got what he wanted.

In fact, the public only see, and only want to see, a few seconds on the TV news anyway.

Starmer need not worry. Most British people are content, at least so far, to be bamboozled by a mainly Jewish-manipulated binary choice between equally-fake “Conservative” and “Labour” (with the odd “dustbin” alternative as necessary, the LibDems).

The Liz Truss government was doomed from its inception, and Starmer thinks, with some justification, that all he need do now is wait.

Alison Chabloz

The persecuted singer-songwriter and satirist, released from prison on licence a while ago, has now published her first blog post for a long time: https://alisonchabloz.com/2022/09/27/welcome-back-to-all-my-readers/

[Alison Chabloz]

Some people, rightly or not, have questioned Alison’s judgment, but none can question her courage.

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Interesting “moral maze” point. “Boris”-idiot was behaving with disgusting and petty intent; Kwarteng is a woolly-headed n****r who knows no better, arguende.

Having said that, Kwarteng’s negligence or sheer stupidity (assuming that this is not all part of the overall conspiracy) will have far worse effects on the UK.

I am getting excited. If a social-national party can emerge, credible and with ideologically correct and firm leadership, it might find a ready audience —at last, at long last— in a Britain completely blasted by fake “liberal democracy”. Everything could change almost overnight.

As Lenin said, “worse will be better”.

Never forget that, as late as 1928, the NSDAP was getting a national vote of only 2.6%, and that year had elected only 12 members of the Reichstag, out of 491.

I myself also recall my visits to Eastern Europe in the late 1980s (mainly 1988 and 1989). In 1988, those states were potentially unstable, but still apparently securely fixed in terms of who was in power. By late 1989, they had all collapsed, politically and, indeed, socially.

Afternoon music

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True, but such comparisons do not butter any parsnips, in the North British saying.

Again true. Refer to my previous comment.

What a time to have an international crisis of the present magnitude. The leader of the USA and, in effect, NATO and/or the Western world, is at least half-demented, the Prime Minister of the UK is a stupid and ignorant woman completely out of her depth, and the leader of Russia is being painted into a corner and is frankly unpredictable.

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13 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 28 September 2022, including a few words about Radek Sikorski, Anne Applebaum, the Labour Party Conference, and Alison Chabloz”

    1. NativeWarrior14:
      Talk about self-hating whites! That bastard actually planned to attack white families. I am glad to read (I had not previously heard of him) that he was shot dead a few days after his failed rebellion started.

      If I have read the report properly, the statue will be in Trafalgar Square for 2 years (unless someone destroys it first).
      Just a disgrace typical of the UK today.

      Still, I suppose that that particular n*g did less damage than woolly-head Kwasi…

      Liked by 1 person

  1. Dear Ian, what a surprise to see you using the “n” word as the Americans call it! 😂​😂​😂​ I also used it a year ago to call the hypocritical bimbo known as “Diana, Princess of Wales” (“a n…r lover”) as a consequence my first Twitter account was closed. (LOL)

    PS: I remember very well an interview where Diana described herself as “thick as two planks”. You have to admit it, the girl was very honest… 😂​😂​😂​


    1. Claudius:
      My “n-word” is surrounded by a bodyguard of weasel-asterisks, though…

      As to Diana’s comment, I understand, having known someone who knew her, that she could be quite open. Another example was a lady I knew slightly in the 1980s, married to a very wealthy Jew. She always referred to her husband as “a six-pointer”!

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  2. I have read that Jonathan Dimbleby is Jewish but I believe this is not true since I looked in Wikipedia and there is no mention of this. (((Wikipedia))) has no problems with revealing the ethnic background of celebrities.

    Having said that, the man (as it was to be expected from a lackey of the BBC) deserves to be one, since in April 2020 he wrote and produced a “documentary” entitled “Returning to Bergen-Belsen with Jonathan Dimbleby”. He was also a subservient royalist as he wrote a flattering biography of the then Prince of Wales in 1994.


    1. Claudius:
      Dimbleby is not Jewish. English/Welsh origins,

      The Dimbleby family, apart from their BBC work, own or owned (I think still do) a profitable local newspaper in Richmond on Thames (South West London).

      Establishment drones, but in a sense preferable to the kind of BBC presenters now more usually seen.

      In 1976, I heard a funny story about David Dimbleby. A lady I knew took in, c.1975, as a lodger, a young girl of about 18. Her father was a vicar of the Church of England. She herself, though, was far from pious. One of her many boyfriends was David Dimbleby (far older, about 37…and married).

      My friend said that she turned a blind eye to the girl’s behaviour until one day she turned up with a big black man and wanted him to stay overnight. My friend said that that was the straw that broke the camel’s back. Raus!


      the Dimbleby family sold their family-owned newspaper in 2001


  3. I don’t know what to think about Miss Chabloz’s accusations about Richard Edmonds. She has a lot of mettle, but seems quite a bizarre person.


    1. SaxonEngland:
      I do not believe I ever met the late Richard Edmonds, though I have of course heard of him. I am unable to add anything useful, because I know nothing about the apparent dispute or question that I have not read —in passing, at that— online.

      I myself am focussed on the major problems affecting the UK, Europe, and the world in general.

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    2. I agree with you. I followed the career/life of Richard Edmonds who (at least for me) was a decent and sincere patriot, and the same goes for Lady Renouf. I have to say I did not like at all the language of Alison Chabloz in her last posts.

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