Diary Blog, 6 October 2022

Morning music

On this day a year ago

Poland

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/oct/05/poland-us-nuclear-wars-russia-putin-ukraine.

Poland says it has asked to have US nuclear weapons based on its territory, amid growing fears that Vladimir Putin could resort to using nuclear arms in Ukraine to stave off a rout of his invading army.

How stupid are they?

Tweets seen

The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan aims to destroy the racial and cultural integrity of the European peoples by importing vast numbers of blacks and browns, who will then, over time, breed with the white European peoples, producing a black/brown racial group easily ruled over by the mixed Jewish/white stratum controlling the “Money Power”.

Already we see in the UK that that group has been at the centre of power in the past decade or so: David Cameron-Levita, George Osborne, Theresa May, “Boris” Johnson, to give only a few of the most obvious names.

The imported blacks and browns are willing to accept far lower living standards; already we read stories of 20 or more Indians or Pakistanis living in one house, working all hours for peanuts etc. Likewise, the NHS may be poor and declining in standards, but for the migrant-invaders, it still looks good, compared to where they have come from. The same in all areas.

We now have persons of Indian and African origin in the Cabinet. They have no real connection to European standards. Their origins naturally lead them to dismiss any rights for workers, any environmental concerns etc. Aliens.

See http://adam.curry.com/art/1543753587_mkXBrvrY.html; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalergi_Plan.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/10/6/us-intelligence-says-ukrainians-behind-dugina-killing-report.

The Vatican Museums described it as โ€œthe act of a deranged person.โ€ The statues were not severely damaged, according to the museum, though one of the busts may have lost a nose. The artwork has been sent to the museumโ€™s restoration department.

Rome has been subjected to a number of acts of vandalism in recent months. In June, an American couple threw their electric scooters down the famed 18th century Spanish Steps, causing damage estimated at about 25,000 euros, according to the Italian daily La Repubblica. That same month, a tourist from Saudi Arabia wrecked the famous site by accidentally driving his Maserati down the Spanish Steps.

[Religion News Service].

More tweets

Late tweets

MP Johnny Mercer’s wife, livid at Liz Truss sacking her husband a few weeks ago, called the new Prime Minister “an imbecile“.

Give that lady a cee-gar!

One often encounters people who “want nothing to do with politics” (as they naively protest). The problem with that is that you might end up (by default) being misgoverned by an imbecile such as Truss, not to mention her black/brown pack of idiots.

If Britain had fostered better relations with Russian over the past 30 years, Russia would be supplying us with cheap gas now, maybe even free or near-free.

Late music

10 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 6 October 2022”

  1. It was obvious that the bomb that killed Darya Dugina was for her father, They were supposed to go together to a patriotic meeting, and at the last moment, Dugin called her and said he was going with some friends who were coming to pick him up and they agreed to meet at the entrance of the venue.

    Although Dugin was sacked as a professor at the Russian Military Academy after a clash with Putin over the Crimean crisis in 2014, he still is an important and influential person. BTW, Dugin was right when he told Putin to strike Ukraine in 2014 to recover/liberate those provinces with an ethnic Russian majority.

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    1. Claudius:
      Yes, Dugin is worth reading, though I found some of his belief-system confused.

      It is now clear that the forces of the Kiev regime are cruel and brutal, and that Russian and Ukrainian civilians in the newly-retaken districts are being eliminated by them without even a drumhead court-martial.

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  2. Regarding the moronic American tourists and their bloody electrical scooters, they should have been shot; or, at least, forced to pay the costs of the restoration. (Yes, I know, I sound like Stalin… LOL)

    The Saudi did not drive “accidentally” his Maseratti down the Spanish Steps, the bastard must have been drunk or “high” on cocaine! I wish I was mayor of Rome or London for just a year! (can you imagine the number of public executions? ๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹)

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      1. I have to say that I exaggerate (just a bit!) to “wind you up” ๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹ I do the same to my wife who says “you are worse than Hitler!” ๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹๐Ÿ˜…โ€‹

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      2. Very good point! Although I think I would bit a harsh dictator! (LOL)

        Incidentally why was that MP (Johnny Mercer) fired by Liz Truss? Is ironical when you think that people usually get fired for being incompetent; therefore LIz Truss do not have any moral authority to sack anyone!

        And I thought I would not find someone worse than Boris!

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      3. Claudius:
        There are a certain number of Government jobs. Cabinet usually has about 20, non-Cabinet ministers and others as many as 100, if you include those which are PPS (Parliamentary Private Secretaries —aka bag-carriers—, which are unpaid non-ministerial Government jobs), PUS (Parliamentary Under-Secretaries, ie the most junior ministers), and “Ministers of State” (ministers but not *Cabinet* ministers). Finally, the Cabinet.

        If someone is going to be appointed as a “Minister of State” for an existing department, the person already doing that job has to be fired, moved sideways, demoted, or promoted.

        I think that Truss probably thought that she would get rid of Mercer because he is rather outspoken.

        BTW, while the PPS jobs are taken by careerists wanting a foot on the ladder, all others are paid, and at almost as much as the MP gets for being an MP. A Cabinet or other minister gets two salaries, one for being an MP, one for being a minister.

        https://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk/explainers/government-ministers

        Re. “worse than Boris”, I have thought, since 2010, that the prime ministers have in turn been “the worst in living memory”. We may have hit rock bottom with Liz Truss— we shall see.

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  3. Thank you for posting Elgar’s cello concerto by Jacqueline Du Pre. BTW, didn’t she commit suicide? If I remember correctly she had a nervous breakdown and never recovered.

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