On this day a year ago
On the blog 5 years ago
Interesting medical/eugenic report
As I predicted on the blog quite a while ago, Russia would have to understand (and seemingly now has worked out) that it needs to unbalance the Kiev regime by oblique warfare, rather than simply by battlefield attrition.
Even previously, the full story of our national suicide was not told, because the narrative spun only included mothers born in other countries, not grandmothers etc. The full extent of the “replacement” was never told.
Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. Only the most extreme responses can stop it happening now.
Little Matt Hancock
Little Matt Hancock, the would-be dictator of the 2020-2021 “panicdemic”, has finally given up serious politics:
Quite. It will be recalled that, last week, Hancock was in the front row at Downing Street, obsequiously clapping Indian “clever boy” and money-juggler Sunak, as the latter arrived. Sunak “blanked” Hancock, not looking at him, not shaking his hand and, most tellingly, not later offering Hancock a job.
Hancock has therefore turned to Plan B, having no doubt seen Michael Portillo become far more famous (arguably) and certainly better liked, as well as better paid, after Portillo gave up front-line politics to ride on trains around the UK, Ireland, mainland Europe and beyond, giving out historical and socio-political snippets.
That restored Portillo’s reputation and public popularity. Few now even remember the unpleasant and bombastic minister and then Cabinet minister under Thatcher and Major; even fewer remember the 1990s sex scandal that revealed some of his various escapades (including affairs with both men and women, one of which was a Spanish male ballet dancer).
Portillo has become a popular TV presenter. Even I quite like his railway excursion shows.
As to Hancock, he has obviously accepted that his main political career is over. True, Nadine Dorries went on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! and was later appointed to Cabinet, though only many years later, under Johnson (perhaps literally) and after having lost the Conservative whip for a while (under Cameron-Levita). I read today that Hancock has now also lost the whip, and so sits in the Commons as an Independent MP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Hancock#I’m_a_Celebrity…_Get_Me_Out_of_Here!.
I do not think that Hancock expects to return to Cabinet or even Government, and it may be that he anticipates losing his seat in a general election cull of Conservative Party MPs, though Hancock’s constituency, West Suffolk, is (so far) a safe Con seat: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Suffolk_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s.
If Hancock does not regain the Conservative whip before the next general election, then he is toast, politically. Perhaps Sunak will dispose of him that way.
Incidentally, I blogged about Hancock over three years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/09/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-matt-hancock-story/.
Finally, I sincerely hope that the “staff” on SAS: Who Dares Wins give Hancock a thorough “beasting”. I have never watched that show, but I might make an exception to see Hancock suffering a bit.
That Cellan-Jones person has often expressed anti-national views. I suspect that he may be part-Jew, though am not sure of that.
Another suspicious person, in my view: Dr. Julia Grace Patterson, who qualified as a doctor, worked for maybe a year in a hospital, then dropped out and has of late (for the past few years) been selling (useless) cloth facemasks online, and tweeting about the NHS etc.
The System will use any method, including emotional blackmail, to release the black/brown migrant-invaders into our streets and homes.
The System wants to destroy every decent thing about England, and to flood the countryside with blacks etc.
How long will it be before a combined race/culture war breaks out in the UK and across Europe?
“Labour” is no better than the fake “Conservatives”, maybe worse in fact, but if the Con Party can be destroyed at the next general election, the Labour elected dictatorship that may follow may itself, by its extremism and possibly very large Commons majority, trigger a real pushback.