Diary Blog, 15 November 2022, including thoughts about world population; also more about Ukraine

Afternoon music

[river Stour, Suffolk]

On this day a year ago

Tweets seen

More interesting to me than the content of the above (not uninteresting though it is) is the fact that Katie Hopkins has been allowed back onto Twitter.

I also am minded to return to Twitter, and with “blue tick”, mainly in order to promote my blog, but also in order to mock (simply by being back on Twitter) the Jew-Zionist pack that had me expelled in 2018; also, to irritate the self-promoting would-be “celebrities” etc who managed to get those blue ticks previously.

I would not go quite as far as that, in that I am unsure as to whether “Jack Monroe” had fraudulent intent right from the start. I concede, though, that her evident lack of interest in paying back monies taken (or even engaging with former donors) does give a rather poor impression, at the very least.

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/09/30/diary-blog-30-september-2022-including-an-assessment-of-jack-monroe-aka-the-bootstrap-cook/.

I have held similar views, and have expressed them, for some 40+ years.

I have come to the conclusion that “Jack Monroe”, aka “Bootstrap Cook”, is about 1% positive for society, and 99% negative…

The more I have learned about her, her behaviour, and her whole contrived sales pitch, the less I have been inclined to be favourable to her and it.

Many people really want to “believe”, though, and prefer to shut their eyes to the facts. As of today, and despite months of increasing online and even msm disquiet around the “Jack Monroe” “brand”, 665 mugs are still remitting to her up to ยฃ10 a month, every month, via the website Patreon.

More tweets

I agree with her on those particular points (but not on many others), though I struggle to accept that a self-describing “journalist” seems to be only semi-literate.

I may be mistaken, but I think that I read some time ago that she was a student at Durham University. Literacy seems to be dying out in the UK, as witness the product of all the “Justins” and “Emilys” scribbling for the online Daily Mail and other news outlets.

Re. the behaviour of half-Jew Raab, people should also be asking the question as to whether Raab behaves like that because he is not up to the job. It is a frequently-seen phenomenon in people who want the status of a powerful job but who are not really up to doing it.

Williamson’s rise to power and influence (he is probably washed-up now) was indeed puzzling, a fact that I noted in my 2019 assessment of him: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/02/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-gavin-williamson-story/.

Ukraine

As I predicted, Russia will now run an “oblique war” strategy, just as the Americans have done in the past in some parts of the world. In between the first Gulf War and the second, the actual invasion of Iraq, the Americans, via both sanctions and other measures, followed by missile attacks, did what one analyst called “breaking every bone in Iraq’s body without killing it“. That meant degrading and eventually destroying the electrical power infrastructure and, inter alia, the water and sewerage systems (the latter, in Baghdad and elsewhere, relied on electricity, not gravity).

Ukraine was already a “failed state”, more or less, before this war. Now it is a facade, propped up by Western aid, arms, ammunition and military training help. Economically, it is on its knees. Now, its electricity generation and distribution systems are also being reduced.

I would not write off Russia in this war.

More tweets

Paging Jack Monroe“…

World population

https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/

News on the car radio this morning: there are now over 8 BILLION humans on Earth. In 1960, the figure was 3 billion. In other words, the world population is now not far from triple what it was only 62 years ago.

The detail is important, though. The rate of increase has slowed almost to a halt. Also, most of the population of the world is in a small number of countries: China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and a few others; and most of the increase in population is also in those and a few other countries.

The population of the USA has grown greatly in the past 60 years, but is now growing by only 0.1% annually. The same is true of many advanced countries. Some are not growing at all, others are growing only because of non-white immigration, but their core ethnic group is declining. Russia. Germany. UK. France.

There is now another factor: see https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/nov/15/humans-could-face-reproductive-crisis-as-sperm-count-declines-study-finds.

I have previously mooted the idea that the number of human or humanoid souls rushing into incarnation (so as to experience the type of civilization we have presently while it still exists) has perhaps, arguably, come to a halt. That is, if you like, a “spiritual” explanation for the material effects noted in that newspaper report.

For me, the world must have a smaller population, perhaps 10% of what now exists, perhaps even smaller. It is equally important that that population be mainly white Northern European. See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

It is possible to lay the foundation, or the foundation of a foundation, for a later much higher level of evolution, a “super-race” if you like.

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โ€œYou carry in your blood the holy inheritance of your
fathers and forefathers. You do not know those who
have vanished in endless ranks into the darkness of the
past. But they all live in you and walk in your blood upon
the earth that consumed them in battle and toil and in
which their bodies have long decayed.

Your blood is therefore something holy. In it your parents gave you not only a body, but your nature. To deny your blood is to deny yourself. No one can
change it. But each decides to grow the good that one has
inherited and suppress the bad. Each is also given will
and courage.

You do not have only the right, but also the duty to pass
your blood on to your children, for you are a member of
the chain of generations that reaches from the past into
eternity, and this link of the chain that you represent
must do its part so that the chain is never broken.

But if your blood has traits that will make your children
unhappy and burdens to the state, then you have the
heroic duty to be the last. The blood is the carrier of life. You carry in it the secret of creation itself. Your blood is holy, for in it Godโ€™s will
lives.โ€   

[SS Verlag: material for instruction of the Hitlerjugend]

Late tweets seen

Either this incident was accidental, or the explosions are a false flag by the Zelensky regime, created to drag NATO into war with Russia. Either way, it was plainly not a deliberate attack on Poland, and thus should not trigger Article 5 of the NATO treaty.

In any case, now that states such as Poland, the Baltic states etc belong to NATO (which should never have happened), Article 5 should be abrogated. It is now nothing less than a dangerous trigger mechanism which may put all of Europe (and quite possible both the USA and Russia as well) to sword and flame.

This situation has been caused, at root, by the reckless NATO support for the Kiev regime. This is not our fight, and never has been.

Late music

[Odessa seafront under threatening skies]

30 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 15 November 2022, including thoughts about world population; also more about Ukraine”

    1. NativeWarrior14:
      The truth is out there and, for many of us, has been for some time. The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan is being implemented. The rest is just playacting and camouflage.

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  1. And Mr Hitchens not only did the extra from It Ain’t Half Hot Mum hand over wads of money during the pandemic (something that was unavoidable, in common with every other country and for which I don’t blame him) he and his moronic PM, Boris Idiot, didn’t do lockdowns properly enough ie they were barely enforced, started too late, done in aimless dribs and drabs, so that we had a far higher death rate than virtually every other country in the world on a per capita basis, we also got more economic damage than we should have done..

    Angela Merkel of Germany, Scott Morrison of Australia, New Zealand’s PM, the PM of Singapore ect got far more value for the money they expended during the pandemic ie they saved more lives than we did at a lower long-term economic cost.

    We got high deaths AND high bills to pay off!

    That just goes to show how utterly moronic and completely incompetent this wretched, anti-British ‘Tory’/libertarian extremist government is.

    This would be bad enough on its own but their abjectly poor performance during the pandemic only underlines how they have failed during the last twelve years on many other issues ie law and order with their non reform of the politicised police forces they inherited from Labour, not a single smidgeon of real immigration control to take just two examples of their grotesque misgovernance.

    This government is heading for a fall and it will be richly deserved and to think that will come at the hands of a Labour Party headed by a metropolitan globalist PC liberal who can hardly be called Mr Inspirational should be a source of shame for the so-called Conservative Party.

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  2. Sunak promoted Dominic Raab because, let us face facts here, the extra from It Ain’t Half Hot Mum has absolutely NO democratic legitimacy of his own being as he was not elected by his party’s members as even Liz Truss could boast.

    She was toppled because of dire economic events partially caused by her and because she didn’t recognize that her support in the parliamentary party was very weak so she should have taken that into account and toned down her radical economic plans, chosen a more able Chancellor to implement them but she didn’t hence her position was too weak to avoid getting the sack.

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  3. Sophie Corcoron, spending on the pandemic was inevitable and it was what every other country did. What this government should be condemned for was not the handouts per se but the corruption in test and trace contracts, how some of that money has disappeared into a black hole and also, most importantly, how, unlike other countries, we didn’t even get much of a ‘return’ on that ‘investment’ when we had a far higher death rate than we should have had.

    However, I do agree that we should stop spending vast sums of money on Ukraine. That conflict has very little, if anything, in the way of an essential British national interest for us to look out for. Better to adopt the mentality of a true Tory PM, Neville Chamberlain, in thinking of Ukraine as a, “far away country of which we know little”.

    Also, we should get to grips with the illegal immigration problem just like well-governed countries like Japan and Singapore do.

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    1. God. how ugly they both are! They deserve each other! (LOL)
      They should be put in cages to be shown as examples of racial and mental degeneration!

      PS: I think I will have nightmares tonight!

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  4. An excellent little video of Katie Hopkins exposing that slimy conman who ended up as PM. What a disgrace!!!

    BTW, a friend of mine used to say (and many years ago) “There are too many people around, we need a great plague or a war” (LOL). Incredibly as it may seem he said that about Buenos Aires, I wonder what he would have said about Europe!!! To give you an idea, one of his favourite historical figures was Genghis Khan . We used to say to him, “compared with you Genghis Kahn was a tolerant fellow” (LOL)

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      1. You are a good man Ian, believe me. I am the bad one in this film (LOL) As my wife tells me “You are full of compassion”, she is being sarcastic, of course! (LOL)

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  5. Yes, a firm NO to Britain being embroiled in a nuclear war with Russia for the sake of either Ukraine OR bloody Poland. We have already been involved in a disastrous war thanks to Poland from 1939-1945 in which we lost an Empire, our world power status and now, increasingly, our very own country.

    NEVER AGAIN should we go to war in Eastern Europe unless one of those countries directly attacks US.

    Time to have a Britain FIRST foreign policy for a change like the one we used to have untill about 1904 when our bloody politicians became so enamoured with the philosophy of liberal interventionism and globalism.

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    1. John:
      That is of course correct. NATO now is a battering-ram for the New World Order. The ex-Soviet and satellite states should not even be members. Most of them are run by idiots anyway.

      Britain may be facing near-annihilation unless it stops this “Article 5” nonsense re. Poland. American generals and CIA geeks must not be allowed to make us once again their “unsinkable aircraft carrier”.

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      1. We had a referendum on EU membership supposedly to reclaim our independence from that organisation but as we are still members of NATO we STILL are NOT a fully sovereign country ie we have treaty obligations to go to war if this Article 5 is invoked.

        It is time we had a truely independent foreign and defence policy and if that means we have to leave NATO then so be it.

        NATO is little more than than a battering ram as you say for aggressive, sabre rattling, US globalist NWO foreign policy anyway.

        Where are the likes of Jeremy Corbyn (in this instance at least) or George Galloway when you need them?

        NATO should really be disbanded. After all, the Warsaw Pact is no more so what is its real purpose now? When the Warsaw Pact was in existence there was a balance between it and NATO now there isn’t.

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      2. John:
        As you say, in the days of the Cold War there was a stability in Europe and beyond because of the rock-like presence of the Soviet Union, opposed by the Western powers. Once the Soviet “empire” collapsed, there was destabilization, which then (via the deposing of Gaddafi), led to the migration-invasion becoming intolerable. Now, the whole European system is unstable, and the Ukraine war threatens a really major conflict.

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      3. With any luck the senile globalist Irish-American with a huge anti-British chip on his shoulder about us, Joe Biden, will drop down dead soon along with the wholly undemocratically imposed extra from It Ain’t Half Hot Mum and the corrupt Jew Zelensky in Kiev will ,then, maybe just maybe, we will have some peace.

        As that song says ‘All we are saying is Just Give Peace A Chance’

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      4. John:
        Did you see that Biden says that the “Russian” missile that landed in Poland was not fired from Russia? Whether he means it was fired from a submarine, or from Ukraine by Ukrainians as a “false flag” seems uncertain.

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      5. British foreign policy started to go wrong around 1904 when we signed the Entente Cordiale with France. Don’t get me wrong, I quite like France and the French and want to have good relations with them but our pre 1904 policy of glorious isolationism was right for this country and if we had to make a choice we should have tried to form better relations with Germany as they are more natural partners for us on the Continent.

        The British Foreign Office has been run by unwise people for for far too long and now we have James Clevely (or should that be Thickely as when I have seen him interviewed he has come across as pretty thick even by the appallingly low standards of Tories nowdays) in the formerly prestigious role of His Majesty’s Foreign Secretary.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

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      6. No, I didn’t see Biden say that. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if the corrupt Jew, Zelensky, had been involved so as to engineer a false flag incident to get NATO involved in this war directly and to engage in a real not proxy war with Russia.

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      7. Ha, ha, assuming Irish-American and anti-British turd, Joe Biden, has control of his faculties is a very big assumption to make.

        Such a shame, Trump didn’t tackle the pandemic with more commonsense and seriousness as then he might have got re-elected.

        He would be a better President for the US and for us. He was one of the very few US Presidents who appeared to have a genuine liking and even affection for the United Kingdom. No doubt this is connected to the fact he is of partial British descent with a relative from Scotland.

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    1. Typical! Well, if they don’t like it here they can always make use of the numerous airports we have here to take a return flight to Sudan.

      This story just goes to show what human refuse the virulently anti-British, globalist open borders supporting , fake Conservative Party has been importing during the last twelve years of their appalling misgovernance.

      FFS, Sudanese people! They are amongst the most backward and primitive people on the planet and many are Muslims as well.๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ 

      One of the few peoples who can rival them in those stakes are Somalians.

      Absolute human garbage being imported by the treasonous CONServative Party who need to be summarily despatched via long drop hangings or short and sweet bullets in the back of the head as in Belarus for their disgraceful treason.

      WHERE exactly is the so-called ‘hostile environment’ leftwing nutcases here accuse the Tories of instituting?

      WHERE is Cruella Da Vile (Suella Braverman) of leftwing imagination?

      WHERE are Teresa May’s ‘Go Home Vans’?

      ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„โ˜น๏ธ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ 

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    2. In ever sensible nationalist Japan he wouldn’t be in a position to whinge and call the Japs ‘racist’ because there would be a 99% probability he wouldn’t have been given ‘asylum’ in the first place. Japan normally accepts only a tiny fraction of the world’s ‘asylum seekers’ each year. I have seen figures that this situation amounts to about 100 odd people annually.

      They are giving asylum to more genuine ones from Ukraine but even then it is because Japs take a utilitarian view of these things and think Europeans are more likely to make an eventual contribution to Japanese society.

      Japs normally view Western and Eastern Europeans highly and only secondarily to other Asians. They have a low opinion of Africans in particular.

      It was a bad flat but it WAS somewhere to stay. Needy British people get treated with utter contempt by this evil, wholly illegitimate, Indian occupation government and are on the streets and that even includes people who have served their country ie ex service personel.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ 

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  6. I see that the wholly undemocratically imposed extra from It Ain’t Half Hot Mum was stirring the situation up the other day. It is a shame Mr Lavrov didn’t respond in kind and asked him what the hell is it to do with you and I will only respond to a legitimate, elected, BRITISH PM in No.10 not you!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    One day, a foreign leader will insult him and they will be right to do so.

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  7. He is a totally illegitimate squatter in No.10 and should be contemptuously ignored by Putin, Lavrov and indeed any other world leader.

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    1. The wholly illegitimate squatter has been in there for nearly a month so we should, in theory, only have another two weeks or so to wait before he gets the sack.

      Don’t we have new PMs every six weeks or so now? It is a new British tradition.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

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  8. Now that Katie Hopkins has been allowed back onto Twitter why doesn’t Elon Reeve Musk and his moderation team also allow to return the numerous British Twitters who were of a nationalist and anti-globalist frame of mind?

    I used to enjoy reading some of their tweets. One thing Musk could do to improve Twitter would be to remove that very annoying box that comes-up asking you to create an account if you want to read somebody’s tweets for more than just a few past tweets.

    Not all of us necessarily want to go to all the trouble of creating an account just so we can read other people’s tweets and opinions.

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    1. John:
      You do not have to join Twitter to read any tweet. I am not on Twitter, and have not had an account since 2018, yet read everything. There must be a way for you to circumvent the sign-in box.

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