Diary Blog, 18 November 2022, with something about Kate Andrews, the IEA, and BBC Question Time

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[Kehlsteinhaus, Obersalzberg]

On this day a year ago

On the blog 5 years ago

Twitter

There is news that a significant number of Twitter employees are refusing to engage with Elon Musk and his wish to return freedom of expression to the platform.

To my mind, such wilful refusal to go along with the changes Musk wants to implement in Twitter shows that an intransigent core of intolerant “woke” activists has taken root in the Twitter organization, and needs to be rooted out.

It may be necessary to sack many of the existing employees and to recruit new people who believe in free speech.

Kate Andrews, BBC Question Time, the IEA etc

Kate Andrews is, as an individual, of no political importance. As a drone/puppet of the transnational conspiracy, however, and once employed by the so-called “think-tanks” the IEA and the Adam Smith Institute (and now at the Spectator, as Economics Editor), she is of significance.

Kate Andrews has a degree in International Relations and Philosophy from St. Andrew’s University, Scotland. She was born in London in 1990, but sounds American (possibly holds dual nationality). She attended school in an affluent part of Connecticut bordering Long Island Sound: see https://uk.linkedin.com/in/kate-andrews-1673a945. She has no formal qualification in economics.

Kate Andrews is 32 years old. She is believed to be married, but nothing is known publicly about the identity, nationality, or activity of her husband.

The IEA was founded by one Fisher [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antony_Fisher], who also founded about 150 other organizations, including the Adam Smith Institute. An important international conspirator, pro-Zionist etc.

Fisher’s granddaughter Rachel Whetstone [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Whetstone], who has held major positions at Facebook, Google, Netflix, and Uber, is married to the egregious Steve Hilton [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Hilton], the “blue sky thinker” (and waste of space) connected to the rotten misgovernment of David Cameron-Levita 2010-2015.

Rachel Whetstone herself once worked at Conservative Central Office. She was also, at one time, having an affair with Cameron-Levita’s stepfather-in-law, Viscount Astor: see https://www.dailymail.co.uk/columnists/article-314340/Love-Tory-Conservatives-golden-girl-married-man.html. A fact now expunged from Wikipedia.

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/10/les-eminences-grises-of-dystopia/.

The “takeaway”? These people, these organizations, are all connected, and feed into the transnational conspiracy matrix.

We are in the first year of the present 33-year socio-political cycle. Socialism, as traditionally experienced, was largely killed off, in its various forms, in and after 1989, the last such significant year.

There is now a push by the transnational conspiracy or “consensus” to increase yet further the degree and scope of globalization, and also the destruction of white Europe (and indeed all white European race, culture, and civilization, worldwide). The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan is just part of that [https://vk.com/@judi1964-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-stealth-genocide-against-the-peoples; and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalergi_Plan].

Another aspect is dystopian finance-capitalism. “The price of everything and the value of nothing“. It must be opposed, by any expedient means.

As for BBC Question Time, I myself have not sat down and watched that biased and outdated latter-day version of “Brains Trust” for many years.

Other tweets seen

…but, whether Twitter exists or not, there will still be (as of today) 666 mugs paying “Jack Monroe” up to ยฃ10 each, monthly, via the Patreon website…

Elon Musk is up against several connected pressure groups or tendencies, not least the Jew-Zionist lobby that wants Twitter to be open for any Jewish trolls to abuse, usually anonymously, but also wants Twitter to ban or expel anyone said Jew-Zionist lobby labels as “antisemitic“.

To be frank, and without —I hope— being too grandiose about it, if Twitter is not open to someone like me, then it is all but worthless anyway.

…and for British people, a tent in a field, if you have a tent and a field…

Eventually, we shall have to [REDACTED]…

Please refer to previous comment…

Many people have yet to understand that the UK is governed or misgoverned by The System, which has several faces for the masses to “support”, the two main ones being the Conservative Party and the Labour Party, neither of which does “what it says on the tin“…

One well-placed round should do it…

Great. Hard-core. Only thing is, the evildoer could hardly have understood what was coming at him so suddenly, so his suffering would have been minimized by that factor.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Bachmeier.

I wonder whether that socio-political propaganda will backfire on the System’s msm drones. After all, for the ideas expressed to be featured at all must mean that those ideas are slowly influencing the mainstream public mind.

Keep on truckin’!

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/.

In Ireland too (see below):

Sadly, the Sinn Fein/IRA types seem to have surrendered to the Irish version of the transnational conspiracy (System)…

More tweets

…or Robert Carrier (?): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Carrier_(chef);

The tactics employed now by “Jack Monroe”/”Bootstrap Cook” are interesting. She has turned a blind eye to the (actually rather weak) Daily Mail report [https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-11403551/Row-anti-poverty-campaigner-Jack-Monroe-detractors-flares-up.html] which was only published yesterday. Not a word from her about it.

Instead, the “Bootstrap Cook” has ploughed on as if the report had never been printed. Apart from the odd reference in tweets to her “trolls” (meaning those raising legitimate concerns about her alleged “grifting”, “scamming” etc), she has also ignored the Twitterstorm which has now been raging for about 3 months.

Now, Bootstrap Cook tweets about anything but the criticism and reportage. About her apparent upcoming move. About how she has had to sell items (have we not been here before?) and (needless to add) about how expensive moving is (is that a hint that a few more donations would be welcome?).

I should have thought that, whatever the circumstances, someone whose Patreon income alone may run into figures above ยฃ6,000 a month in cash would have little difficulty in covering all the costs.

Late tweets

90% of the food I have seen (in photos) produced by the “Bootstrap Cook” has looked like a dog’s dinner (or worse). Some of the photos make me feel quite sick, if truth be known.

I have raised on the blog the question of where Russian prisoners of the Kiev regime are being kept, and under what conditions. The mainstream media in the West seem completely uninterested in this human rights issue. I have seen not one reporter on TV or journalist in print, or online, address the point, and there have been no TV news reports from any camps where the prisoners might be incarcerated.

Now it seems that Kiev-regime forces are, at least sometimes, taking no prisoners, or taking them then immediately despatching them. This is generally accepted to be a war crime.

Late music

[Chateau Frontenac, Quebec]

52 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 18 November 2022, with something about Kate Andrews, the IEA, and BBC Question Time”

  1. Yes, Frazer Nelson, a very impressive achievement by your evil, finance-capitalist/libertarian extremist economics spewing /globalist ‘Tory’ wankers and if you had YOUR way you would make it still WORSE by importing en mass even more useless dross immigrants from countries world famous for producing accomplished scientists who will raise our GDP per Capita like Somalians and Sudanese people!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    This libertarian globalist Scottish idiot with an awful nasal whine (unlike the majority of Scottish accents which are quite cool and attractive) thinks we haven’t had enough immigration and wants to increase it still further!

    He is the kind of awful, liberal-left, globalist Scotsman that makes even a pretty firm Unionist like me wish for separation from them.

    Can we not dump him in a remote village in Wester Ross, the Shetlands, the Western Isles or have him completely stranded on RockalI?

    There he can pontificate to his heart’s content on his stupid globalist theories of utter insanity and not harm other people by getting airtime on that useless incredibly biased PC globalist programme Question Time or writing for globalist, anti-British rag, The Spectator.

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      1. A school situated in a nice part of Scotland which his manic globalist type would utterly ruin and turn into a mini crime ridden cesspit like London has become. Where is REAL Scottish patriotism ie not the SNP fake type when you need it?

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  2. Capitalism has an innate tendency to eat away at itself if basic capitalist principles are allowed to run riot. This is why, in the fullness of time, libertarian economics unless practiced in a limited range of circumstances like in Singapore which few countries could replicate doesn’t tend to work.

    On the whole, for large economies, mixed economies with some interventionism by government are the best model.

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  3. Oh yes, The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) and the Adam Smith Institute are the libertarian crackpots that gave us the economics of Liz Truss and her ‘banger’, woollyhead. A great success -NOT.

    The Adam Smith Institute is, of course, named after famous Scottish economist, Adam Smith of ‘The Wealth of Nations’ fame.

    His theories had their place when the book was written but can hardly apply to the world of today.

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  4. And that story above of the Sudanese refugee is a Grade A reason why no one with a single functioning braincell should vote for the globalist, anti-British, essentially fake Conservative Party.

    He shouldn’t have been considered for ‘asylum’ in the first place . They are supposed to seek refuge in the NEAREST safe country and I am quite sure there are numerous countries between the Sudan and here that could be called safe and would have considered his application.

    His crime was a vicious one that could have killed someone. Haven’t we got enough of a crime problem already with regard to some of our own people without importing it on a continual basis?

    Every time some illegal immigrant or bogus refugee commits a crime let alone a serious one involving personal violence towards a Brit then ultimate responsibility should be laid at the door of useless Tory government ministers. It is about time they were prosecuted and made to suffer very long prison terms eg 40 year plus for creating the conditions in which these crimes take place against our people.

    Of all the peoples in the world you could allow to come here the globalist, anti -British, Tory maniacs choose some of the most inherently backward and potentially criminal like Sudanese!

    Perhaps, only Somalians could rival them in the backward stakes. They are not likely to produce world beating scientists that could raise our GDP like those found in countries like South Korea or Japan.

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  5. Even if he were a genuine asylum seeker he has clearly abused us by committing serious crimes and needs to be deported quickly.

    Sadly, he won’t be because even after being in power for twelve long years, the Tory Home Office is still as utterly dysfunctional and completely unfit for purpose as it has been for decades under Tory and Labour misrule.

    Asylum is MEANT to be about providing temporary refuge for people in genuine danger but hasn’t been used that way for many, many years now. The last time that happened was in the late 1930’s when Chamberlain’s TRUE Tory government admitted a small number of Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany and Austria. In short, Tory and Labour governments alike have used it as a more PC route for mass immigration.

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    1. John:
      I vaguely recall learning about asylum etc in the first year of my law degree. If I recall aright, one of the leading cases is or was from about 1860, and involved a single individual from (of all countries) Switzerland.

      What was originally termed *political* asylum was intended for individuals or small groups, but that changed after WW2 and the UDHR in 1948:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Declaration_of_Human_Rights

      The fact is, that if the UK (or all Europe) let in *anyone* with a “well-founded fear of persecution”, there would be hundreds of millions admitted. Unsustainable, and mad.

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      1. Yes, I agree. Distinguishing between genuine refugees and obviously fake ones ie economic migrants is not useful really because, as you say, there are now very large numbers of people who can claim to be genuinely persecuted but neither Europe as a whole or Britain is responsible for the fact there are so many badly run countries in the world.

        We simply can’t accommodate all genuine refugees let alone the obviously bogus ones from failed, Third World states.

        Perhaps the UN should allow Britain and France to recolonize the world then this problem could largely resolve itself.

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  6. I suppose Wiltshire County Council is run by the Tories? There is a potent message there in that tweet. Vote Tory and you STILL get globalist, anti-British treason as you do when you vote Labour, Lib Dem or Green.

    Don’t vote for ANY of these globalist parties. Join the legions voting for the ‘None of the Above Party’ (unless there is a genuine, pro-British, anti-globalist candidate standing).

    At the last fake, inherently unfair, and downright rigged election in 2019 more people abstained (15.5 million) than voted for Boris Globalist Idiot’s party (13.9 million)

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      1. Yes, how anyone with a brain can describe Britain as a genuine democracy is beyond belief when we have an electoral system where one person’s vote has a different value placed upon it by the system compared to another person’s one merely on account of which seat they live in.

        The various parties don’t contest elections on a LEVEL playing field.

        It took 800,000 plus votes for the Green Party to elect one MP, 300,000 odd for each Lib Dem MP, 56,000 for a Labour one and only 36,000 for a Tory. Meanwhile, the SNP had the easiest task of all and got one MP elected for around 26,000 votes.

        https://www.makevotesmatter.org.uk

        Unequal votes equals grotesquely unfair elections equals NOT a genuine, modern democracy, I’m afraid.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

        No wonder so many don’t vote and are rightfully cynical about British ‘democracy’.๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

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  7. These globalist libertarian economists are a bit silly to try and push globalization further because the last two or so years of the pandemic have shown serious shortcomings in this economic model eg worldwide supply chains have been seriously affected and that has helped to push up world inflation and to import some of our present inflation rate here.

    Some countries like Japan are trying to encourage their companies to bring production home instead of having factories in places like China and Vietnam.

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  8. Hello Ian: My wife told me today that the owner of a small and elegant hotel in south Kent was offered a lot of money to house invaders for a year and he told the government officials “fuck off”. Wonderful reply, the sad thing is that for one brave and patriotic owner they are 100 cowards and traitors ready to sell their country.

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    1. Claudius:
      Yes, I read the report. A brave and principled hotel owner, but also a wise one. Once hotels are known to be places where backward migrant-invaders may be, genuine customers will avoid the “joint” for years.

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      1. Yes, a great man and wise as you say. This hotel owner no doubt doesn’t want to allow his hotel to be a magnet for an increased crime rate as these asylum seekers so often bring with them which sometimes includes serious crimes like rapes and drug dealing as we see, yet again, in those tweets above. That would bring his establishment bad publicity for the future and drive away potential customers.

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  9. Yes, finance-capitalists otherwise known as people who support libertarian economics are people who know the price of everything and the value of nothing.

    They are some of the most deeply immoral and repellent people around as many showed themselves clearly to be during the last two and a half years of the pandemic.

    They worship money and worship it as though it is the only thing of value in the world. Borders? What are they? Only worthless barriers to the pursuit of free trade and economic growth. Countryside? What a waste of space! Let us build on it and deprive future generations of their national heritage. They treat Britain as if it were a mere business park/economic space and nothing else.

    No wonder they are so attracted to the ‘modern’ (urgh!) fake Conservative Party which over the last decade in particular has systematically dumped overboard many of the good values it held in the distant past.

    People like Chamberlain and Baldwin wouldn’t recognize the party nowdays.

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  10. Libertarian finance capitalists are just as dangerous to Britain’s future and to British society in their own way as many socialists are. Perhaps, even more so.

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      1. The Labour Party dumped ‘socialism’ and became a social democratic party but then increased the amount of globalism and anti-British values that they had always espoused.

        If it were not for the fact that governments lose elections oppositions don’t win them they would be getting only mild support now instead of racking-up plus twenty point leads.

        I still think there is a basic, underlying lack of enthusiasm for the ‘Opposition’. The forthcoming City of Chester By-election should be interesting particularly in terms of the turnout which is normally lower in by-elections but more so in Labour-held seats.

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      2. John:
        I agree. Labour is only “popular” by default, in a mainly binary system. Still, the “Conservatives” have a high hill to climb now, though they are doing what they can to jolly along the pensioner vote, which is the core for the Con party.

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      3. If they very significantly toughened their stance on migration-invasion with REAL actions backed by RESULTS instead of
        spouting easily said mere rhetoric they might get a few votes from younger people. Not all youngsters are people who have no conception of what real patriotism entails, are manic ‘refugees welcome’ dimwits like in that photo above, want to treat criminals with kid gloves etc.

        Some young people are as sick to death of migration-invasion as those older voters are.

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      4. The useless, globalist, anti-British Tories have also betrayed pensioners during the last twelve years of their misgovernance. Maybe not in strictly monetary terms but in terms of the migration-invasion which has been the cause, in too many cases, as we can see in those tweets above of increased levels of criminal behaviour.

        Added onto that factor, increased crime has arisen because of too many Britons commiting it too. The Tories have increased the prevalence of crime by sacking far too many police officers, including very experienced ones which has proven to be have been less of a deterrent to people considering commiting crime.

        Old people are amongst the biggest victims of crime.

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      1. Jeremy (C)unt has proven to be (as I suspected) another globalist POS. The whole cabinet should be handed over to John to receive the old English “long drop” treatment (LOL)

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    1. Our long-term economic growth rate would be best improved by sustained investment in REFORMED, REAL education and training and in research and development NOT in the utterly discredited continual ‘Ponzi Scheme’ of yet more mass immigration because clueless, lazy British businessmen and women act like drug addicts and can’t get off the supply of cheap labour from abroad. We have had 70 odd years of that so-called economic ‘strategy’ and it shows no signs whatever of working.

      South Korea didn’t become the economic powerhouse it is today from being one of the world’s poorest countries in the 1950’s and having innovative companies like Samsung and LG by importing ‘scientists’ from Somalia and Sudan!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

      This wretched, failed government hasn’t got an effing clue and I think it clearly shows.

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      1. When are people like Jeremy Hunt going to recognize the fact that immigration is NOT purely a matter of pounds and pence? It is a SOCIAL issue as well as an economic one.๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

        I don’t know how many immigrants live in his constituency of South West Surrey but if the numbers keep on flooding in and more of them settle in his seat he could well lose it to the Liberal Democrats. It is already one of their top target seats and his majority isn’t particularly impressive.

        The vast majority of these immigrants would rather slit their throats than ever vote Tory. They vote Labour first, then Lib Dem, Green or don’t vote at all.

        I have no objection at all to the fake, globalist CONservative Party killing itself but do they really have to kill off our nation at the same time?

        Does it ever occur to the thick morons of the Tory Party why Enoch Powell was so opposed to mass immigration? It wasn’t just because he was a genuine British patriot but was also connected to the fact he had a fear these migrants would be very reluctant to vote CONServative.

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      2. Japan has had some fairly significant economic difficulties since 1990 but it still has one of the world’s largest economies and it still rose from being a bomb shattered wreck in 1945 to being an industrial and economic superpower by the 1970’s and has maintained that status and all this was achieved with no real form of mass immigration.

        Japan is still 98.5% Japanese.

        So I think that rather gives the lie to this globalist complete lie that continual mass immigration is essential for economic growth.

        At any rate, the economy is supposed to be the SERVANT of the nation NOT its master.

        Tories should try instead investing in British workers and getting our education and training right but then that is yet another issue they have lamentably failed on in the last twelve years of their ruinous misgovernance along with many others.

        As far as I can see they have failed on every issue from traditionally Tory ones to others.

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      3. I wonder when people like Jeremy Hunt expect the Tories to win parliamentary seats like Peckham and Tottenham? As far as I can see looking at the results on Wikipedia those seats and others like them are as far away from becoming ‘true blue’ seats as they have ever been!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

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  11. Although there is a lot of volatility in the electorate as we have seen in recent months in the opinion polls, I tend to think their fate is sealed. They have disappointed far too many people on too many issues including non economic ones. Old biddies in seats like Christchurch are not enough to win or even come particularly close.

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      1. I have every expectation it will stay broadly around that figure until the election comes. I can’t see them rising significantly over 30% now.

        Although it is difficult to predict anything from local government by-elections in particular they have been losing vote share in them. On Thursday, there was a big swing in Beccles away from them to the Greens. They lost 20% of their vote.

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      2. John:
        Also, the perception of hanging on to power, of refusing to hold an election etc. It may be that the unwritten Constitution does not require one just because a Prime Minister resigns, but having one after another after another tests that to and beyond the limit.

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      3. If you add a 27% Labour lead in the latest poll to the Tory lead of 11.5% at the last election then halve it you get a ‘swing’ to Labour since the last election of 19.25% which would be bigger than the swing in 1997, 1945 and even the biggest ever swing at a general election – one of 14% – to the Tories in 1931.

        Such a swing would eliminate most Tory MPs from the Commons.

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      4. And everytime they have an opportunity to change their leader their dimwit, globalist, MPs STILL get it wrong! They should have chosen Penny Mordaunt. She isn’t going to set the world alight, is fairly annoymous but she has an ordinary background and has had to struggle in her life after her mother sadly died when she was a teenager so she can relate to ordinary folk, had NO PART in play in Boris Idiot’s administration so could have represented a real fresh start from having had no association with the previous regime and, as a person, she has a personality which about 99% of people would find it difficult to dislike. I don’t think many people could find it within themselves to actively hate her whereas that is all too possible to do with other leading Tories especially Mr arrogant tosser Flashman.

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  12. I wonder if the ‘party of law and order’ (If only!) has closed police stations in safe Tory-held constituencies with lots of old, Tory-voting pensioners in them like Christchurch?

    They have in my ultra-safe Tory seat of Brentwood and Ongar where we used to have a fine, 1930’s built station. That is the thanks our town got for being a ‘true blue’ constituency since 1974.

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    1. John:
      Not sure about Christchurch, but in the nearby New Forest area and nearby, a number have been closed, including New Milton, Ringwood, Highcliffe and (I think) Lyndhurst.

      Ah. Just seen this:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorset_Police#Locations

      Looks as though there is no police station as such in Christchurch now.

      As for Hampshire (inc New Forest):

      “As of March 2017, Hampshire Constabulary has 2,896 police officers, 364 special constables, 304 designated officers, 385 police community support officers and 1,421 police staff.[55] By comparison, in 2010, the force had 3,748 police officers, 337 PCSOs and 2,424 police staff.”

      One bright point:
      “In July 2022, the Force was criticized when officers arrested a man for tweeting an image of a swastika, composed of four progress flags. Campaigner Harry Miller was arrested at the same time.[72] The Force’s own police and crime commissioner publicly questioned the proportionality and necessity of the arrest.[73] One week later, it was announced that the Force was scrapping its hate-crime awareness courses.[74]”
      [Wikipedia]

      You will have read of my own experience a year or so ago:
      https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/01/15/diary-blog-15-january-2022-including-an-outline-of-the-failure-of-the-latest-jew-zionist-attempt-to-prosecute-me/

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  13. I presume many of these Tory-voting pensioners have grandchildren they love dearly. Are they really happy the party they habitually vote for has made Britain more foreign over the last twelve years of their misgovernance despite promising to get immigration down to the , “low tens of thousands” in 2010 and thereby made the future for their grandchildren a less British one?

    I know my dearly departed grandmother wouldn’t have wanted that for me.

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    1. John:
      Well, my maternal grandmother was born in 1900, so was a Victorian, and she had two brothers killed as officers in the Ox and Bucks Light Infantry (in the First World War), so the idea that England would be invaded and pretty much taken over by non-whites would have been, I suspect, anathema to her. She did not live to see the present shambles, having died in 1989 (and never having lived in cities such as London).

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      1. My maternal grandmother was born in Kennington, London in 1912, moved to Dagenham and then Billericay and died in 1997 just before open borders supporting, anti-Brit, globalist bastard Bliar took over. She would have been heartbroken to see what Bliar done and what the treasonous, so-called Conservatives have continued.

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  14. Hello Ian: I suppose you may find this interesting. The maker of the video has not mentioned the obvious, (i.e. that all these ingenious creations only happened in civilizations created by Aryans. Having said that, his video would not have been accepted had he done so.

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