Diary Blog, 14 October 2022

Morning music

On this day a year ago

I was just looking at that blog post from a year ago. As usual, quite a few tweeters quoted have had their Twitter accounts removed in the intervening year, the result of the burgeoning censorship on Twitter and particularly in the UK.

Apart from that, a few comments of mine have aged well, if I myself say so:

The endless “lockdowns” are a way of disguising what is really happening, i.e. the shutdown of large parts of the Western world for other reasons. It has to do with the promotion of the Pacific Rim (especially China) and North America (regardless of surface hostility). It is also connected with the next 33-year cycle starting in 2022. NWO/ZOG.

[this blog, 14 October 2021]


In the same way, if the NHS and care system for the elderly is wound down and underfunded, the excuse is now “it’s because of Covid”. Of course it is…

[this blog, 14 October 2021]

…and now we see, also, “Ukraine” and/or “Putin” being cited as the reason(s) why, increasingly, both goods and services are not available, or becoming less available, in the UK.

Tweets seen

I have always said that, however inadequate, unpleasant or incompetent the person who holds the office of Prime Minister, there remains the concept of respect for that office as occupied by that person.

Unfortunately, the above idealistic idea has been pretty well tested to destruction over the past decade. David Cameron-Levita and Theresa May damaged the concept by their incompetence, but worse damage has been done since, under “Boris” Johnson and now Liz Truss.

Hard to believe that the office of Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, once occupied by, inter alia, Pitt, Peel, Gladstone, Lloyd George, Churchill, Attlee, Macmillan, Harold Wilson, Heath, Thatcher etc could in recent years be occupied by a part-Jew Levantine chancer such as “Boris” Johnson or, now, a woman who became an MP mainly on her back, and who has become Prime Minister via “a series of unfortunate events”.

Not that the prime ministers of history were unalloyed good news. Even the grandest or most solid of them were often, arguably, flawed or plain wrong ideologically or in terms of decisions made. None of those I have cited, though, looked completely out of place, or ludicrously over-promoted to their office. That is where we now are.

I see that my prediction, on her first day or so in office, that Liz Truss would probably not last beyond Easter 2023 or even, perhaps, Christmas 2022, is now echoed by msm commentators, Conservative Party MPs etc. Always the Cassandra…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassandra].

A thought out of season

As we know, the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan [https://vk.com/@judi1964-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-stealth-genocide-against-the-peoples; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalergi_Plan] provides for importation of vast numbers of “blacks and browns” into Europe, including the UK, with the aim that those immigrants and/or their offspring will mate with whites (especially black men with white women, as seen in the propaganda presented as TV drama, “soaps”, TV ads etc) and resulting, ultimately, in a so-called “coffee-coloured” population easily ruled and manipulated by a Jewish or mixed Jew/White European element. As with —among many many others— “Boris” Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron-Levita, George Osborne, Zac Goldsmith, the Rothschilds etc.

We have seen recently the attempt to make the entire highest level of government, the Cabinet, non-white. The apex of that would to instal a non-white as Prime Minister. That, of course, would rub the nose of the British people in the dust of their subjugation by Jews and (other) non-whites.

I believe that the System tried to install ex-Goldman Sachs employee and ultra-wealthy Indian, Rishi Sunak, as Prime Minister. The power elite probably believed that, given a choice between Sunak, with his seeming intelligence and Winchester College education on the one side, and obviously ignorant and silly Liz Truss on the other, the rank-and-file members of the Conservative Party would inevitably choose Sunak.

It must have been a shock to the conspirators when it turned out that 57.4% of those mostly elderly members of the Conservative Party had actually voted for Liz Truss.

What sank Sunak was not one factor but several, among which the most important were probably his vast wealth (married to the daughter of the richest Indian in India) and therefore perceived inability to understand “the people”, his dark skin and ethnic origin and, last but not least, the fact that Sunak had reneged on the Con Party pledge to retain the State Pension “triple lock”, most of the members of the Conservative Party being pensioners.

For the conspiracy, the election of Liz Truss presented a problem.

Problem: how to install Sunak despite his having lost the party election.

Solution: depose Liz Truss, who in any case obviously has no ability or proper competence.

Method: immediately seize any chances given to make her evident incompetence seem even worse by creating a storm around her both economically and politically.

Not that I favour Liz Truss. She should never have become more than a backbench MP, if that. The same goes for her Cabinet members.


Tweets seen

Once a society starts with that kind of nonsense, there is no end to it until a supervening power steps in. However, one amusing aspect is that “the revolution devours its own children” quite often.

That whole “no platform” stuff was invented by the precursors of the “antifa” element, and behind that is the Jewish element, as one sees with the Jewish organizations “Hope not Hate”, “Campaign Against Antisemitism” etc. If someone they, er, hate is going to speak somewhere, they organize a campaign by Jews and/or “useful idiots” (“antifascists”, stupid and manipulated students, black activists etc), and venue managements get letters, emails, telephone calls etc demanding that the event be cancelled, and so on. David Icke is but one example.

My own longest train journey cannot compete— a not entirely voluntary trip Vienna-Ostend, less than 24 hours; in the mid-1980s. I once, in the early 1980s, nearly made a much longer journey— Tabriz (Iran) to Leningrad (Soviet Union) but in the end it never happened.

An evil woman: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_McElvoy. One personification of the German proverb “put a beggar on a horse and he rides it to death“.

Historical video seen

More tweets

Ha ha! If woolly-head is sacked, will that be a record for shortest time as Chancellor? Must be.

Soft you; a word or two before you go. I have done the state some service, and they know’t.

No more of that. I pray you, in your letters, When you shall these unlucky deeds relate, Speak of me as I am; nothing extenuate, Nor set down aught in malice: then must you speak Of one that loved not wisely but too well; Of one not easily jealous, but being wrought Perplex’d in the extreme; of one whose hand, Like the base Indian, threw a pearl away Richer than all his tribe; of one whose subdued eyes, Albeit unused to the melting mood, Drop tears as fast as the Arabian trees Their medicinal gum.

Set you down this; And say besides, that in Aleppo once, Where a malignant and a turban’d Turk Beat a Venetian and traduced the state, I took by the throat the circumcised dog, And smote him, thus.”

[Shakespeare, Othello]

[Update, same day: seems that Kwarteng’s brief tenure, 38 days, is in fact not a record, and that three Chancellors of the Exchequer have served for even briefer times, the briefest being one Abbott, in 1827, he serving for only 28 days: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Abbott,_1st_Baron_Tenterden].

Ha. See blog, above.

What protected Liz Truss up to now (or very recently, anyway) from being exposed as a horrible person who is also completely incompetent? Her very obscurity, I suppose.

Part of the problem with Liz Truss is that she has been trying to copy the “Margaret Thatcher”, ideologically-driven, “conviction politician”, but without actually being one.

She has no real ideology, no real convictions, just empty ambition. She has plotted and planned and strived, and finally reached the prize of her political career, only to see it turn to ashes in her hands. Greek tragedy territory.

Well, that was quick. Only hours ago, woolly-head was saying “I’m going nowhere“, and now he has been dismissed with a kick to the ****.

So now the question is, will Liz Truss follow woolly-head into the wilderness, or will she try to cling on? Her character (careerist, chancer, unprincipled) would seem to suggest the latter, but it may be that she will be induced to stand down “for the good of Country and Party” or some such formula.

That, of course, would imply a general election, but Conservative MPs might try, one more time, to pick a winner in the 2 years left of the Parliament. If a general election were to be held now or soon, it might just be the end of the Conservative Party as it has been for the past century or more; the party reduced to a few dozen MPs.

Liz Truss has scarcely had time to enjoy the more private fruits of being PM, such as weekends at Chequers.

One might characterize the situation as Liz Truss “resigning with honour”, though that scarcely hits the spot, as against being forced out. She might well decide to fight to stay on, thinking that she has nothing to lose (and don’t think that, for her, this is about anything other than her own personal interests— a characteristic she shares with “Boris”-idiot.

More tweets

For once, I actually agree with Tom Harwood.

That bastard stuck himself to the road. He wanted to inconvenience everyone. He knew what he was doing. Let him suffer.

As for those smug, often smirking 60+ years old eco-nut men and women often photographed doing the same or similar, they have been very lucky that (so far) no member of the public has kicked them in the head.

As said before, though, I favour genuine environmentalism: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2016/11/17/social-nationalism-and-green-politics/.

Life should be straightforward. Landlines. Traditional banks (and bank accounts). TVs that do not require a NASA qualification to operate. Two sexes. Straightforward salaries for the employed. Straightforward dole or Basic Income for those not employed. Accepted social rules. A Society of Measure (not one of only Leisure, or only Work).


Again, the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan in action. Two non-whites, two members of Conservative Friends of Israel…


More tweets

Is NATO seriously intending to send armies into Ukraine? Even if under “EU” flag, that will be seen as an act of war by the Russian side.

I was interested to read that Macron has made it clear that France will never use nuclear weapons except as retaliation for a direct attack on France.

Macron may just have saved la belle France from nuclear annihilation.

The role of France in European culture is to preserve it. I therefore applaud the attitude displayed, i.e. not to get dragged into the Russia-Ukraine war.

Naturally the French police and DST (or whatever it is now called) will be aware. The French want migrant-invaders out of France, so if that means aiding them to invade the UK…

Long before the present migration-invasion crisis, when I was in Calais waiting for a ferry, in 2000, I had a drink near the hotel de ville, and asked the bar owner about the migrants (few in number, and just being reported on at that time). He said “we do not mind. They do not stay long. They all want to go to England“. There it is…

Well, he has a point…

Scheisse. I had not considered that… https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/16/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-therese-coffey-story/.

Looks like my prediction from a month or so ago will be fulfilled.

13 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 14 October 2022”

  1. I was shocked to read-hear that Kwasi Kwarteng was sacked. I have to say that. regardless of his incapacity. the way he was treated is disgusting. What a hateful, treacherous bitch she is! Throwing him under the bus in such a manner!

    The situation for the British people is really awful and mirrors t our situation here in Argentina (and many other countries); not only the ruling party is a disaster, but the so-called opposition is also as bad as them or even worse.


    1. Claudius:
      As to the situation here, you are right. Increasingly, things do not work properly: political system, police, health service, even supermarkets.

      As to Kwarteng, a lady I once knew used to simplify the beginning of the last speech by Othello [“I have done the State some service, and they know it…”] as “n***** has done his duty, n***** can go”!

      I do not feel at at sorry for woolly-head Kwarteng, who has made it clear over the years how much he despises the (non-wealthy) British.

      Screw him…


      1. Thank you for your comments; I didn’t know Kwarteng despises working-class people, screw him!!! (LOL) BTW, my wife just told me that some MPs would like to replace Kwarteng and Truss with Sunak and Penny Mordaunt (this is from “The Times”) Good grief!!! Having said that, I cannot imagine anything worse than Truss. RAUS!!!!


      2. Thank you, Ian! BTW, those words by Kwarteng are suspiciously similar to the ones I have heard before, basically, the idea is this: “Whites/Europeans do not want to work/they expect very high salaries” Of course, the solution is: “Let’s import thousands of useless low-lives from Asia or Africa and they will work 12 hours a day for a bowl of soup”. Greed, the root of all evil.


  2. My wife made two brilliant and sarcastic comments;

    The first one was about the photos of “Chucky” (the evil doll in the American film “Child’s Play) and Liz Truss: “Which one is Liz Truss?”

    The second was about the photo of Therese Coffey holding a pig: “Which one is the pig?”


  3. Yes, don’t feel sorry for Kwarteng. He and Liz Truss basically threw the British economy off the cliff over the last few weeks and sunk the British Pound Sterling which was once a symbol of national prestige and not just our currency in aid of libertarian economic extremism and UNFUNDED tax cuts for the 1%.

    As can be seen from that book he wrote he is a libertarian nutter who clearly despises ordinary British folk.

    Also, he is evidently unaware that many of the Asian economies became ‘Tiger economies’ by allowing market forces to operate within a national economic framework so it wasn’t just a case of just letting market forces run amok as he and the other extreme free market fanatics within the Tory Party think.

    Japan had fairly significant economic interventionism by its government with tariffs imposed on foreign products during its rise from bomb shattered wreck in 1945 to being an industrial and economic superpower by the 1980’s.

    This might also have been the case in South Korea to produce its dynamic ‘Miracle on the Han River’ economy but I am not sure about them in this regard.

    South Korea did have though a military dictatorship which laid the foundations for its subsequent economic success. I wonder if Kwarteng would advocate that?

    I am not aware that Mr Kwarteng is particularly in favour of boosting education and training spending massively but one reason why South Korea has such a strong, export-led economy with good productivity is that they have done just that. Infact, South Korea produces masses of graduates every year (one of the world’s highest rates) and in real, hard subjects like science and engineering rather than social subjects like Britain does at its dumbed down universities.


  4. Kwarteng has narrowly avoided the record of the shortest tenure of post war (or, perhaps, EVER) Chancellor of the Exchequers. Apparently, it is held by one of Edward Heath’s who died in office only a month after being appointed.

    As for Liz, it looks like she may beat the record held by George Canning a Tory PM in the 19th Century who lasted a grand total of 119 days in office though his end came about by his dying in office. If she outlasts him then the next record is a tenure of 140 to 150 odd days in office which wasn’t cut short by death.

    Some cruel sod has already put up a countdown page on the internet counting down the days until Liz manages to stay in office longer than George Canning!😂😂😂😂😂


  5. What could possibly go wrong if Liz Truss resigns or gets the boot by her MPs and is then replaced, if only temporarily, by Hetty Wainthrop Investigates (and pig botherer), Therese Coffey?😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂

    That bloke who played the Benny Hill theme tune on College Green in Westminster when Boris resigned will need to do it again soon! This ‘government’ is an utter farce!

    Apparently, one of the virtues of our undemocratic FPTP electoral system is ‘strong and stable single party governments’😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    Yeah, right!🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄


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