Diary Blog, 24 January 2023

Afternoon music

[painting by Russell Flint]

On this day a year ago

From the newspapers

The msm has started to report the absolute epidemic of persons, not infrequently even young people and/or sportsmen, dying suddenly, usually from heart attacks, but is still not correlating those deaths with take-up of the “Covid” “vaccines”.

I blogged a while ago about my own two younger brothers (two and three years younger than me, so in their early/mid sixties), one living in the London area and one in Sydney. Both lifelong and avid golfers, in one case also an amateur player of team sports, both “vaccinated”, both “boosted”, and both taken to hospital last year as emergency cases, having suffered heart attacks (and neither ever having had any history of heart or circulatory problems).

As already blogged, both of my brothers had to have heart by-pass operations (one a triple by-pass), and both did recover, but compare that to me, who has had a fairly or even very sedentary lifestyle for the past 13-14 years, and who takes no real exercise, though I do try to eat a relatively healthy diet most of the time, drink only modestly these days, and do not smoke (or, needless to add, abuse illegal drugs in any way).

Admittedly, I have done regular exercise in the fairly distant past, pre-2000— swimming a mile every couple of days (for much of the late 1980s and also the 1990s); Taekwando (mid-1980s); snorkelling; almost-daily running (late 1970s); trekking in Ireland and Wales etc (late 1970s, 1980s, 1990s); also, occasional other exercise in the 1980s and 1990s (parachuting, scuba etc).

Having said that, no-one who saw me, or a photo of me, in the past 10, maybe 20, years would imagine that I had ever done any exercise! Neither have I had any “Covid” “vaccination” or “booster”; in fact, I have actively resisted the official “invitations”.

I have never had “Covid” (or maybe I have, for a few weeks only, last year…not sure), and I have —as yet— not collapsed with a heart attack; I doubt that I shall.

More newspaper stories:

Well-deserved, no doubt.

Tweets seen

In a way, it is incredible that “Jack Monroe” ever built any sort of public following, looking at the food she usually produces, and the obvious fakery around it (“I can make food for 11p!” and “I can feed a family of four well on £20 a week” etc).

“…and then there were none“…

Exactly. “Jack Monroe” is a kind of stage character, but purporting to be real, despite everything being fake, meaning her “backstory”, her lifestyle, her ever-shifting sexuality, her very limited cooking skills, her behaviour, her fluctuating politics, and indeed her very name.

As blogged previously, the typical “Jack Monroe” supporter is over 50 and probably over 60, probably though not necessarily female, not “poor”, not “struggling”, white English or Irish, or sometimes Scottish, and in many cases —though certainly not all— with mental health problems. I have yet to see any of “the young” (say under-30) or any non-whites, or anyone genuinely “poor”, supporting her. “Reasonably comfortably-off Guardian and Observer readers” probably covers most of that waterfront.

More tweets

The UK is so screwed now that it is hard to believe. The social care sector is disordered to an extent that is much worse than a bad joke, because far too serious; as for the NHS, it is plainly not functioning properly; nor is it administered properly. It is really not good enough for some people to keep bleating Owen Jones-style trivialities about “defending our NHS” etc. “Our NHS” is to a large extent a disgrace now.

Ukraine

Late tweets

John McTernan is always wrong about everything. The msm should havce kicked him into the gutter long ago. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_McTernan. Incidentally, since the Grenfell Tower blaze, McTernan has stopped advocating the near-abolition of the fire service. Waste of space.

http://adam.curry.com/art/1543753587_mkXBrvrY.html; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalergi_Plan.

They are violence and conflict. “Character is destiny” [Heraclitus].

As to pathetic Sinn Fein and the other Irish parties, which are acting as puppets of the New World Ordcer and the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan, what can one say? De Valera and Michael Collins must be turning in their boggy graves…

Same in the UK, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark etc.

They should be prevented from reaching our shores, by State force if necessary,

Late music

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentina_Lisitsa]
[German Tiger tanks advancing, Kiev area, 1943]
[“Come with me, and I shall show you where the Iron Crosses grow“]

7 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 24 January 2023”

  1. Hello: I have just found that the moronic fat slob known as Boris Johnson made a swift visit to Kiev two days ago. The idiot kept licking the boots of Zelensky as he promised (as if he was PM) that “GB will be with till the end” (LOL)

    Luckily, I did not eat before reading the news, otherwise I would have thrown up (LOL)

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    1. Claudius:
      You are always the Latin man of passion, emotion, and political rage. We Anglo-Saxons are cooler in our politics, and favour a swift and clinical elimination of the enemy, in this case Boris-idiot, who is still quite obviously trying to play the statesman, however risibly.

      Within a few months, Eastern Ukraine will be overrun, and Kiev menaced, if not taken. Let “Boris” return then. With any luck, a building will fall on him.

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  2. I forgot this wonderful piece of news. Do you remember mentioning the awful spelling of people in important newspapers and magazines? Well, the article of REUTERS covering the visit of Boris to Kiev said that this visit “could be seen as undermining British Prime Minister Rusni Sunak.”

    Rusni Sunak!!! (LOL) 😂 😂 😂 

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  3. How you made me laugh! And how right you are! Sometimes I even surprise myself with my violent outbursts (LOL) My wife tells me “I am glad I am not in your shoes” (LOL)

    I know Boris is useless and (I think) he is finished, but why would he go to Ukraine and made such stupid declarations? Could it be possible that someone suggested to him that there is a chance for him to return to No. 10? Let’s not forget that a group of MPs created the stupid slogan “Bring Boris Back” and supported him.

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    1. Claudius:
      As Harold Wilson famously said, “a week is a long time in British politics”, so one cannot rule out even such a mad idea as “Boris” returning to try to take back the Conservative Party.

      The Kiev visit may have more to do with making more money out of memoirs, though. The bastard has already written, or is writing, one. Publicity for that.
      https://www.theguardian.com/books/2023/jan/16/boris-johnson-to-publish-memoir-like-no-other-of-his-time-as-pm

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