On this day a year ago
From the newspapers
When I had a Twitter account, pre-2019, I did what I could to tweet in support of those trying to save the trees of Sheffield, which was and maybe still is one of the top few UK cities with the most tree cover. The (Labour) council was, maybe (?) still is a disgrace. Those responsible for the vandalism should be punished, one way or the other.
So Russian people (again, as I predicted a year ago) are scarcely affected directly by EU or US sanctions. Quelle surprise...
God, the part-Jew element really comes out in her gestures and facial expressions; as much as with, in fact actually more than, the two fully-Jewish journalists questioning her. That aside, the sheer entitlement of the bitch, not to mention her brother and father.
Apparently, wife-beating Stanley Johnson “deserves” a knighthood because he has spent half a century in (and for much of that time paid by) the Conservative Party, and because he spent 17 equally well-paid years in the European Commission, supposedly dealing with “the environment”.
Personally, I think that all the Johnsons “deserve”, not honours but a good kicking (followed by a trip to, and up against, the wall).
The honours system is now totally ridiculous anyway, but while it exists it is more than irritating to see (e.g.) Stanley Johnson get a knighthood, or Nadine Dorries, that dishonest and stupid creature, get a peerage (as rumoured).
Well, shithead (Hancock), come and get me, if you dare…
[a word of advice and warning of my own, though: I am extremely impecunious, own no real property, and therefore cannot be sued successfully in that sense].
[I might add that, as a former barrister (wrongfully and unlawfully disbarred in 2016 as a result of a Jewish conspiracy), I am still reasonably conversant with the law of defamation]
Still, if you want to waste the £400,000 you “earned” by clowning around on I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, I am easy enough to locate].
Who knows, to be targeted by shithead Hancock and his (I hope) very expensive lawyers for expressing my honest opinion (etc), or reposting the opinion of others, might be the projection into the public realm that I need (politically).
As a matter of interest, did Hancock ever sue anyone over that poster or tweet? I think not, and about 10 months has now elapsed. In fact, I read recently that Hancock himself was in process of being sued in libel (by Andrew Bridgen MP).
Many facing just criticism (eg “Bootstrap Cook” poverty “cosplay” performance artist and “grifter”, “Jack Monroe”) threaten libel suits. Few follow through, and even fewer actually succeed; and fewer yet live to collect: look at McAlpine— his superficially “successful” libel suit finished him off: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McAlpine_v_Bercow; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alistair_McAlpine,_Baron_McAlpine_of_West_Green. He died only months after getting the money.
Something similar happened to the freemason and Allied war criminal “Lord Aldington” (Toby Low): see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toby_Low,_1st_Baron_Aldington; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toby_Low,_1st_Baron_Aldington#Libel_case; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Keelhaul.
Hancock was never in any way qualified to be more than a backbench MP, if that. A nasty and incompetent little careerist.
Little Matt Hancock now has more to worry about than people mocking him on Twitter etc.
I first assessed Hancock in 2019: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/09/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-matt-hancock-story/ (with updates). I think that my assessment, like all others written by me, has proven accurate over time.
More tweets seen
So…Hancock up against the wall, along with his complicit “ho” Gina Something-or-other-foreign, also the rest of the then Cabinet, not forgetting “Professor” Ferguson and the rest of the “SAGE” manipulators, and many others.
This was never one of my areas of law when I was a practising barrister, but I hope that Maugham is, on this occasion, correct.
Those of us, at first a tiny minority, who realized that the “Covid” scare was, 95% of it anyway, just that, a scare (and a deliberately manufactured one at that) were called “conspiracy theorists” or, simply, “Covidiots” by the mainstream media, the “me too” groupthink Twitter mob etc; almost all of the Jew lobby too.
Well, who are the “Covidiots” now?…
That kind of thing fooled millions. I myself recall, when the panic was at its height, and when supermarkets were only allowing people in slowly, 6 feet apart (which itself was a nonsense, because once inside, the distances reduced to a foot or so), the line of glum shoppers would be monitored and supervised by black-clad Handmaid’s Tale “militia”. Some of those jobsworths (at the local Waitrose) even had the words “National Security” emblazoned on the back! I believe that the appropriate Internet phrase would be “ROFL“, or maybe “PMSL“.
In fact, I recall one of those “militia” idiots saying to a pro-lockdown (etc) dork ahead of me in the queue that he had “lost” one of his close family members “to Covid“. As we now know, that almost must have been a lie, or at least a mistake, but the “militiaman” seemed to be genuinely angry that anyone even might question the “Covid” narrative (in that case, though, not me but some earlier-in-line dissident).
Oh well, most security guards are scarcely likely to be anywhere near the top of the IQ range, but it still proves how powerfully the “Covid propaganda worked on the masses.
Reminiscent of those Jews who pretend to be terribly angry and upset about “holocaust” “denial” (investigation and revision of previously-accepted historical narratives) because they “lost family members“. They are, of course, referring to people they never knew, and who died long before the former were even born. Ersatz emotion(alism).
Those of us who stood up for freedom and truth during the “Covid” “panicdemic” can now feel justly proud, or at least fully-vindicated.
As for the rest, the “sheeple” if you like, well they have moved on, and are now nodding in unison and saying “me too” to other narratives, particularly “Ukraine” (meaning support, or at least “slacktivism” on Twitter, for the regime of the Jew Zelensky and his corrupt, shambolic, and yet dictatorial regime).
You still see the odd loony wearing a facemask. I saw one today in fact. About 90, and shuffling around Waitrose in her filthy disposable mask (probably worn by her for the past 3 years…).
For once, I agree with every word said there by Julia Hartley-Brewer.
“Many a true word spoken in jest“, and if that was not so a year or two ago, it probably will be so in another few years.
A comment from a reader of the Daily Mail as to why trickster Hancock released the WhatsApp messages:
“JonnyRed, Worcester, United Kingdom, 13 hours ago
Totally….its leading us down the path to ushering in the handing over of sovereignty to the WHO and their pandemic treaty having total control of 194 countries. A certain Mr Blair and Mr Hague are leading the charge on this. Ultimately it will lead to digital identity and currency, digitilized health with mandated vaxxines.”
[Readers’ Comments, Daily Mail].
Both true, i.e. it is true that Labour ministers under Blair (notably the Jews, Barbara Roche and Phil Woolas) wanted to flood Britain with immigrants in order, quite specifically (as as leaks proved) to ruin the white Northern European demographic of the UK. However, it is also true that the “Conservative” governments since 2010 have also, in effect, encouraged the migration invasion. Why? See below.
Google “Coudenhove- Kalergi Plan”…
Yvette Cooper is not only a proven expenses cheat and fraudster but also, more importantly, a would-be “woke” dictator and puppet of the Jewish lobby.
Incidentally, I see on Twitter, supporting Labour and Yvette Cooper, one “@Supertanskiii”. Seems to be another “grifter” in the mould of “Jack Monroe” and others.
In the case of “Supertanskiii”, though, she does not even offer ghastly food recipes in return for monies sent to her by mugs. Why do people do that (send money to those who offer not even original or interesting ideas)? For “Supertanskiii”, I suppose that it is just an easy way to make a modest living— just mouth off on Twitter against “the Tories” several times a day. The mugs love that…
She does also offer cod-“analysis”, i.e. pretty much repeating whatever the Labour Party is saying at any given moment. Seems to have about 5-10 different people each day donating small sums to her, maybe about £50 a day in toto, at a guess.
It might be argued that the critics are now “kicking ‘Jack Monroe’ when she is down”, but I think that there are two counter-arguments to be made: first, she still has 479 utter mugs paying her a total of between (about) £1,800 and (about) £20,000 each and every month via Patreon.
Secondly, if the critics keep kicking her, maybe the msm enablers of this fraud (those still promoting her—if any are left) will awaken and thus prevent more naive and innocent victims from being scammed.
If that figure of 20,000 Kiev-regime fighters is correct, then if they are killed or captured, that would be a very significant success for the Russian side. If...
Yesterday, the Russian forces seemed to be in the ascendant. Now— uncertain.
Well, I have to say that that is more impressive than any of the bureaucrat-statements I have heard broadcast from the senior Russian Army officers.
If that statement is taken at face value, Prigozhin has more courage than most of the Russian leadership put together.
I wonder whether the Russian Army and/or GRU are stabbing Prigozhin and Wagner Group in the back. If so, at least if using the terms broadly, that would be, in the circumstances, both sabotage and treason.
“Fog of war”. What is really happening?
In a way, remarkable that the Russians plan to restore and rebuild in regions still part of an active war zone.
Like a scene from Stalin’s day, during the Yezhovshchina or other of the Soviet purges.
So much for “free, democratic” Ukraine and its “human rights”. One word out of place, and civilians get arrested by a goon squad. The regime of the Jew Zelensky is a corrupt and tyrannical kleptocracy.
People in the USA, UK, and across mainland Europe are also starting to turn off from the war, especially now that it is obvious that the Zelensky cabal has no intention of negotiating. Not “Russian propaganda”, incidentally; Zelensky and others have admitted it outright.
UK domestic politics
According to Electoral Calculus, and depending on tactical voting etc, that would give the Labour Party a Commons majority of between 398 and 415. It would leave the Conservative Party with between 20 and 40 seats.
All that, and then also— the person posing as Prime Minister is an Indian money-juggler…
The “Westminster Bubble” is an Augean Stables situation, needing to be cleansed.
Late tweets seen
We cannot, today, simply put most of the MPs and fake “peers” up against a wall (as they deserve). The first step to saving this country and getting rid of the broken Britain superimposed on it, is to destroy the two main System parties, and the immediate necessity is to destroy the Conservative Party. Once that happens, and Labour has a huge Commons majority, it will start to do things which will create pushback. Without a fake “Opposition”, the people will perforce turn to a new party, and/or deal with the anarchic mess in other ways.
Look at these idiotic tweets:
11 points, and I can say that I still agree with every one of them…
See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/11/15/when-reality-becomes-subjective/.
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Hello: I would not be surprised if Putin (a cynical bastard) is using/bleeding to death the “Wagner” Group. I received information from a reliable Russian contact that there is quite a lot of rivalry if not hatred between the Russian Army and the “Wagner” Group.
The time to quarrel is *after victory has been achieved on the field of battle*, not in the middle of a brutal and uncertain contest.
I know of the war only what I read. So far, it seems that the Wagner Group is more effective than the generality of the Russian Army. The Wagner people seem to be doing a lot of the heavy fighting. So it seems, at least.
The Ukraine war is a mess even by the traditional standards of Russian arms. Not only has it not been carried out properly, but it has trashed the reputation of Russia and everything Russian. Catastrophic.
Having said that, Russia now has to wade through the bitter swamp to a possibly equally bitter victory.
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