On this day a year ago
That says more about the chances of the Kiev regime than all the Zelensky bs, and all the (((Western))) msm propaganda, ever could…
Before mass immigration, before migration-invasion, before they started breeding prolifically…
Of course, it is ironic in the extreme that Clark’s own son, Alan Clark, was one of the most intemperate, rude, egoistic, and egotistical people in the country (though he had a few better points): see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Clark; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Clark_Diaries.
This has become pervasive. I seem to recall that, during one of her times in police custody a few years ago, Alison Chabloz, the persecuted satirist and songwriter, was confronted by a young policewoman who told her, inconsequentially, that she, the policewoman herself, did not agree with her, Alison Chabloz’s, views!
Come to that, I recall also picking up, from Hatchards bookshop in Piccadilly, a pre-ordered copy of one of the books by the Soviet defector, Golitsyn. That must have been in the late 1980s, maybe 1988.
The youngish (22 y o, perhaps) blonde girl felt the need to inform me, as she gave it to me, that she disapproved of Golitsyn, and me for buying one of his books; “because I am very left-wing“, as she rather foolishly expressed it (I myself never use the pointless “left/right” terminology). I just nodded affably, while really thinking that she probably deserved a couple of rounds pumped into her.
Imagine that, though: the (entitled, possibly Oxford/Cambridge grad) shop assistant thought to intrude her ridiculous, half-baked —and unwanted, and unsought— personal political views into a mundane book-buying situation which did not call for her judgment, or judgmentalism.
[Note: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoliy_Golitsyn; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hatchards].
You see that kind of attitude everywhere now. It came out into the open during the “Covid” non-crisis or “panicdemic”, with silly shop-people loving their new roles as herders of shoppers, ordering them to “socially distance”, and making sure that the human “sheep” were wearing their useless facemasks “the right way” etc.
Funny how life moves on though; I was at a Waitrose supermarket earlier, and you could just about see the football-sized circles on the ground, almost worn away, which originally, in 2020, had messages such as “keep your distance” and “NHS priority” etc on them.
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UK satellite TV recently showed again the film Contagion, shown on TV in 2020, a day or so before the “Covid” “panicdemic” narrative started to be heavily pushed on TV news. The film is about a worldwide “pandemic” that starts in a Chinese laboratory, then spreads to a “wet market” also in China; after that, quickly spreading across the world and…well you can guess the rest.
Are such occurrences mere co-incidence, are they examples of “synchronicity”, as explored in books such as The Morning of the Magicians, or are they actually part of a mass propaganda conditioning process?
[Note: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Morning_of_the_Magicians; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synchronicity].
The arithmetic seems to suggest that it will not be long before the forces of the Kiev regime run out of ammunition of various kinds. At that point, a gigantic offensive, if the Russian forces can mount —and continue to supply— one, might be able to take the major cities and towns east of the Dnieper, including Kharkov; maybe even the main prize, Kiev (which lies on both sides of the Dnieper).