Diary Blog, 10 October 2022

Morning music

[underneath the Chapel, Lincoln’s Inn, London]

On this day a year ago

Link to an important historical archive


Students of 20thC history might find it useful.

Tweets seen

I suppose that the UK Ambassador to Ukraine, that scruffy Jewish woman, will now retreat to Lvov again.



More than 1,000 people crossed the English Channel yesterday, adding to the record number who have made the perilous journey this year – which now stands at over 34,000.

Some 1,065 people made the treacherous crossing on Sunday in 25 boats and inflatable dinghies, according to the Ministry of Defence (MoD), meaning each boat carried an average of about 43 people. 

With a break in the poor weather yesterday, the first groups were seen being escorted to shore by Border Force officials in the early hours of the morning.”

[Daily Mail]

[the “Border Force” ferrying migrant-invaders to UK shores yesterday]

The migration-invasion continues, aided and abetted by the System via the Border Force, RNLI etc.

Google “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan“…

Late tweets

I always disliked that Alastair Stewart hypocrite, but of course he is a drunk (not sure whether he is actually “alcoholic”), so may lose control of what he says or writes at times.

Another Canadian pro-Trudeau “bodysnatcher”.

The general level of education in the UK, in reality, has been sliding for at least 30 years, and has become impossible to disguise in the past 20.

The shambolic, corrupt, and violent Kiev regime is basically Jew-Zionist. It even contains, or has contained, Jews from other countries.


Nice to be reminded that, even in terrible times, “the world is not without kind people“, in the Russian phrase.

Late music

6 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 10 October 2022”

  1. Thank you very much for the link to the German propaganda archives! I have to say I am tired of this war that seems to go nowhere; if this is the Russian “response” is a joke. After all, Putin (who has been persecuting national-socialists for sometime) is just a lesser evil. I couldn’t care less and if WW3 breaks up, tough; we are all supposed to die someday.


    1. Claudius:
      Putin is Russian. To Russians, Ukraine is not a foreign country, but *almost” Russia (a bit like Scotland and England), the “near-abroad”, as they say. A shared history from a thousand years ago.

      Even a ruthless near-dictator like Putin shares those sentiments, so does not want to simply send a nuclear missile to Kiev, and another to Lvov.

      Whether that is what eventually happens, I do not know. Possibly.

      This is not like the Americans and the various places they have bombed mercilessly, because those places had inhabitants with whom the Americans shared no history or culture (eg Iraq, WW2 Japan, North Korea during the Korean War, Vietnam etc)


      1. Hello Ian: I understand your point. I had a very bad day today and that influenced me when I wrote my comment, to which, however, I stand by.

        Wonderful news regarding that Ukrainian girl and his adorable cat (in fact, ALL cats are adorable!) LOL


  2. I looked at that idiot Alastair Stewart a nobody whose “career” was to read newspapers headlines on TV, that’s all. A “news reader”. To top his “career” he is now a mouthpiece at GB NEWS. What an achievement! (LOL). The annoying thing about idiots like him is that they believe they are some kind of geniuses whose opinion matters.


    1. Claudius:
      That is because, in the UK and (even more so) in the USA, those prominent mouthpieces are paid hundreds of thousands of pounds or dollars, even literally millions, each year. When I was in the USA in the early 1990s, the main newsreader, Peter Jennings, was getting USD $7M a year! Thirty years ago. Equivalent to (?) USD $20M a year now.

      Even Alastair Stewart was probably dragging down about ยฃ500,000 a year at peak.


      ps: Jennings was at least not very pro-Jew:
      “Jennings attempted to build his journalism credentials abroad. In 1968, he established ABC’s Middle East bureau in Beirut, Lebanon, the first American television news bureau in the Arab world.[14] The next year, he demonstrated his growing sympathies regarding Middle Eastern affairs with Palestine: New State of Mind, a half-hour documentary for ABC’s Now news program.[2] As ABC’s Beirut bureau chief, Jennings favored the Arab cause in the Arabโ€“Israeli conflict, including the rise of the Palestinian Black September Organization during the early 1970s. He conducted the first American television interview with Palestine Liberation Organization chairman Yasser Arafat.[11] While stationed in the Lebanese capital, Jennings dated Palestinian activist Hanan Ashrawi, who was then a graduate student in literature at the American University in Beirut.[15]” [Wikipedia].


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