On this day a year ago
Crazy or, in a word, demented.
After about 1989, the “West” looted the former Soviet Union (via the Jew “oligarchs”) and conspired to reduce Russia (with a number of other ex-Soviet states) to the status of a joke and vassal state. I saw some of that myself, here and there. What was presented as “partnership” was actually serfdom at second hand for the Russian people.
…and, as of today, 502 utter mugs are still sending her, via Patreon, a total of between £1,757 and £22,088 per month. While there are idiots like that around, “Jack Monroe” will certainly never need to get a job (or use a foodbank)…
The big picture is that China has now decided to give support, albeit cautiously, to Russia. The strategic balance thus tips more in Russia’s favour.
“Blacks with everything”
For several years, I have been noting on the blog (and, until a pack of Jews had me expelled in 2018, on Twitter) the System’s “blacks with everything” campaign (my description taken, of course, from the title of a play by the Jewish playwright Arnold Wesker, Chips with Everything: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnold_Wesker.
I blogged about the phenomenon over 4 years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/.
Yesterday, I happened to see, on the website of the British Library, no less, on the “how to apply for a reader’s ticket” page, that a black man features prominently (presented, surely risibly, as a typical British Library user?): https://www.bl.uk/help/how-to-get-a-reader-pass.
Does one regard this as typical of our times, or as simply pathetic, or just as a sociological lie? Or all of the foregoing?
I myself had a Reader’s Ticket (a kind of plastic photo pass, in fact which did not say “British Library” on it, in case it got lost and then misused) as long ago as 1980, when the Library was still based within the British Museum.
I have seen some Twitter accounts suspicious of who or what that “David Morgan” might be. I care not, and am only interested in the fact that I agree with much of what it, or he, says.
“A” nation? Think “several nations“. In the past 30+ years, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, Lebanon, to take the most obvious. All connected directly or indirectly to Israel, Zionism, the “New World Order” [NWO] agenda, and the Coudenhove-Kalergi/Great Replacement agenda.
Interesting. That great genius, Rudolf Steiner, said that there would come a time (unspecified, I think, but in the fairly near future —Steiner himself died in 1925— when people would sink into (I forget the exact words) decadence and evil, but at the same time congratulate themselves on their own tolerance, and that of their society.
Is that not what we are seeing across the Western world?
[see also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Steiner, though I see that the “termites” have slightly spoiled his Wikipedia page by tendentious editing].
We may be a great deal closer to nuclear war than most of us believe, or want to believe. It could mean the end of several hundred years of a certain history and way of life— or worse.
I doubt that many people in the UK would survive such a conflict, Britain being relatively small, yet having a number of high-value targets situated on its territory: ports, air bases, early-warning stations, submarine bases etc. As someone who lives only 15 miles or so from a major port (Southampton), I myself would quite likely perish, along with most of the rest of the British people.
All I can say to the survivors, if any, would be that they should then take the chance to eliminate those who have ruined our society, if any still live.
In the old (19thC) military phrase, “no names— no pack drill“…
More cheerfully, there are signs that, even in the USA and Europe, the decision-makers, or some of them, are wanting to draw back from the brink of the abyss, while still wanting to be seen to (seem to) support “Ukraine” (the Kiev regime).
What I find fascinating is that the sort of Americans who would have been gung-ho for war only a couple of decades ago, are actually the “peaceniks” of the present day. They realize that post-Soviet Russia is not their enemy, nor is it the force now destroying their society.
There may well be a less principled but still valid reason for them not to support a hot war against Russia— the likelihood that they themselves, their families, their neighbourhoods, would probably be blasted, incinerated, or poisoned.
Had Iraq or Afghanistan, or Serbia for that matter, had nuclear ICBMs, the history of the past 30 years might well have been different. The US Government and people have, since 1941 (if you include WW2 non-nuclear devastation), been used to pulverizing foreign places without the slightest risk that the same might happen to American cities and people.
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/.
In fact, I am told that Patriotic Alternative were not even at the Knowsley protest (though they had every right to be).
Yvette Cooper, would-be tyrant, telling lies again (she must imagine that she is filling in more of those fraudulent expenses claims…). A lying cheat, “grifter”, and fraudster.
Those pseudo-democratic drones in the Westminster monkeyhouse forget the wise words of President John F. Kennedy:
“In 1962, John F. Kennedy famously said, “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”
Ha ha! It does feel like that, the way that Western (System) politicians are all but genuflecting to the Jew Zelensky. You would not believe that he is now a corrupt dictator, has closed down opposition parties, arrested or had killed their leaders and activists, and closed down trade unions…
In my view, scribblers such as Gaby Hinsliff are not really or fully journalists, or even columnists, as once understood, in the sense of being honest fact-finders and/or opinion-expressers, but propagandists with or for an agenda. Such people may start out as journalists, but end up in another place.
In the UK, the same applies. I am also concerned at the very poor educational knowledge in the teaching “profession”. See also [UK]: https://www.gov.uk/home-education.
In the end (and as I suspected would prove to be the case), Corbyn as Labour leader, abetted by pathetic IRA supporter John McDonnell, was not even decently “anti-Semitic”. A complete waste of space, playing a game, or an amateur drama performance, as a latter-day 1930s Popular Front activist.
Both “Labour” and “Conservative” parties (faked brands for the naive) are planning to make virtually all immigrants (migrant-invaders) superficially “legal”. When that happens, the non-whites will just flood in, almost unnoticed compared to the rubber-boat influx.
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Hello! I don’t know if you like/appreciate beautiful cars (I do) but I could not help to comment on this video about a Bentley “Flying Spur”: “Absolutely gorgeous! The car is not bad either” (LOL)
Look at the beautiful Russian/Ukrainian girl presenting the video and tell me I was not right! 😂 😂
Of course, my wife had to ruin everything by pointing out that Tatiana will only go out with someone who can afford a Bentley!
As so often, you are not wrong. I fear that Senora Claudius is also not wrong…
That 2022 model (car) costs up to £250,000 in the UK. It might be argued, though, that the blonde would cost you more in the long run.
I am not really much of a car fan, as such, and most modern cars, even the very expensive, I think, are not very aesthetically pleasing. More utilitarian, designed for speed, safety etc.
I should say that, in my view, the (top quality and most expensive) cars of the 1930s were the most beautiful ever. Bugatti, Cadillac, Mercedes etc
Funny you said that; yesterday I spent a lot of time putting together an email for some friends about the “Grosser Mercedes 770” (1931-1944) and its competitor, the overrated (in my modest opinion) Bugatti “Royale”. Not only the Mercedes was much nicer but also better from the technical point of view. I shall enclose some of my comments:
“Prices: The Mercedes 770 costed (in 1938) 47,000 Reichsmarks which, as far as I could find out, was equivalent to U$S 19,000 at that time. The Bugatti Royale was much more expensive, costing U$S 30,000, or RM75,000. To give you a good idea, the average salary of an American employee in 1938 was 1,730 dollars per year and the average salary of a German was 1,950 RM)
This means that the price of a Mercedes 770 was equivalent to the annual salary of 24 German employees. While the Bugatti Royale was equivalent to the annual salary of 17 American employees. An obscenity!”
The official “average” pay in the UK at present is a modest £33,000, but a McClaren sports car costs £500,000 to £600,000, I believe.
Plus ca change…
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Here is a wonderful German video of an impeccably restored Mercedes 770, as a bonus it comes with Englis subtitles!
That really is a magnificent car. “ein Fuhrerwagen”, perhaps.
I am very surprised that the video of the Mercedes 770 “Is Not Available” Why?
Well, I watched it…it must have been withdrawn in the past few hours.
Here is some more information about the Mercedes 770 and the Bugatti “Royale”:
The price of the Mercedes 770 in 1938 (19,000 dollars) would be the equivalent today of 876,000 dollars.
The price of the first 1928 Bugatti Royale ($30,000) would be equivalent to $1,000,000 today
However, they are worth much more. The data that I was able to obtain are these: In 2022, a Mercedes 770 that had belonged to King Faisal I of Iraq was sold for 2,555,000 dollars. In 2015 a Mercedes 770 was sold for 2,311,000 euros.
The Bugatti Royale have broken all records. In 1986 one was sold for $14,512,000 and in 1987 another one was sold for $21,110,000.
Life is very strange, and the life of money arguably the strangest. When you think that van Gogh only sold one painting in his life for cash, and not much, yet look at the “value” now! Degas as well. Died penniless, sold relatively few paintings in his life, but one of his was sold a few years ago, I think, for about USD $150 million!
Yes, but we know that the so-called “art market” is a sham, it has NOTHING to do with works of art but with money and profits. We also know (((who))) own/run the biggest art auctioneers and art galleries don’t we?
As you say.
The artist gets the crumbs while the (((you-know-who))) makes millions, usually.
This is an incredibly important topic, and I’m glad the US is standing with Ukraine against Russia. It’s important that we show our support and solidarity with Ukraine, and I’m glad President Biden is taking action. Thanks for covering this important issue BBC Breakfast!