Diary Blog, 8 December 2022

Morning music

On this day a year ago

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Well, in view of the fact that, per head, and thanks to subsidies from England (in effect), Scotland’s population has about 20% more spent on it as compared to the population of England, that is unsurprising. Try keeping that level of service going when Scotland achieves its faux-“Independence” (if it ever does).

Seems as if at least one moneysaving expert has missed something in the past few months…

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Barack Obama is only half-“black”, but Meghan Markle, the “Royal Mulatta”, probably even less than half: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meghan,_Duchess_of_Sussex#Early_life_and_education.

Get rid of the brainwashing, and the brainwashers.

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It is amazing, when one thinks of it, how much of that which we take for granted as the backdrop of our lives is actually relatively new in the world. After all, the American “Wild West” was in the 19th Century; the American Indian wars (effectively a genocide) around the 1870s. Only about 150 years ago.

Likewise, much of Africa, though partly known in outline to Europeans for hundreds of years, was only colonized and developed over the past 150 years or so, and some only over the past century or so.

Australia, as a European colonized development, only goes back a couple of hundred years or so. As for Antarctica, its very existence was unknown until a Russian ship spotted it in, I think, 1808.

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

Radio— as a mass product, in the past century; TV— for most people, since the 1950s; Internet etc— for most people, since the mid-1990s, not even 30 years ago.

I personally do not have much confidence that our present form of civilization and/or society will last much longer. I am now 66, meaning that it is moot as to whether I myself shall be able to contribute directly to the creation of a new society (rather than merely inspiring “our unconquerable (ideological) children“) to create anew.

It may be, that it will only be possible to lay down the basis in this incarnation, akin to planting a seed, with the expectation that the seed will only germinate at a later period of history, when we shall reincarnate in order to carry through the project to a victorious conclusion. We may have to accept that.

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Reichsburger news

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11516129/German-far-right-coup-plotters-wanted-EXECUTE-chancellor-Olaf-Scholz.html.

A small indication of what is coming.

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My country is not a country; it is the winter” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mon_Pays].

Honour them.

Late music

[Dresden, 1945, after Allied bombing and firestorm]

6 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 8 December 2022”

  1. Hello: Thank you for the beautiful clip of the snow leopard and the music from John Barry. I will never forget when my dad took me to see my first Bond film, it was “Goldfinger” in 1966 (I was 7 years old) I enjoyed Bond films up to the 2000s when Pierce Brosnan played 007; he was OK but Connery and Moore were the best.

    The whole concept was ruined by cultural Marxism (i.e.: the so-called “woke” movement) The filth produced with the hideous Daniel Craig (a Jewish lobby’s puppet, married to the Jewess Rachel Weisz) is unbearable. I would not be surprised if the figures show that, in comparison with other Bond films, the ones made by Daniel Craig were a box-office failure.

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    1. Claudius:
      I seem to recall seeing two or three James Bond films in the cinema. Certainly Thunderball, in England, and also You Only Live Twice, at Manly in Sydney in 1967 (I was 10-11 then). The music of both, esp. the latter, made a big impression on me, but as a film, Thunderball made the greater impact, esp. the underwater scenes. An astrologer *might* say that that is because I have a “Grand Trine” in water signs in my natal chart (Mars in Pisces, Saturn in Scorpio, and Venus in Cancer).

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  2. Meghan Markle represents the worst of American culture. No class or manners, just raw hunger for money and power.

    Every award and every magazine article that promotes her, tracks back to her (former?) P.R. agency Sunshine Sachs and the Democrats.

    Clearly MM has political ambitions and as a narcissist who is willing to engage in endless self-promotion, to lie and to throw anyone who gets in her way under the bus, including the Royal Family and even her own family, she will likely succeed.

    Tom Bower identified her craftiness, ruthlessness and vengefulness in his book Revenge. MM is dangerous.

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    1. I do agree with you 100%. However, her power is fairly limited. It is based on the media, and she is becoming less important as her stupid mistakes keep piling up. She is an obnoxious bitch who will disappear very soon as she is totally irrelevant.

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