Diary Blog, 26 March 2023

Afternoon music

[Berlin Wall, seen from the western side, 1960s]

On this day a year ago

From the newspapers


London. Zoo.


A moneygrubbing traitress.


Ha ha! The revolution devours its own children…

Incidentally, the “academic”, Tema Okun, whose crazed ideas are noted in that Daily Mail report, is —as is (almost) inevitable— Jewish. Every. Single. Time (almost).

Tweets seen

Ireland is every bit as crazy as the UK now. A country of about 7M now faces migration-invasion on an unprecedented scale. Even as it stands, foreign-born nationals in Ireland comprise somewhere close to 15% of the population. If you add in births to foreign elements, make that ~20%.

Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.


Pro-abortion, pro-immigration, pro-cannabis.

Having said that, the Labour Party of Ireland has only 6 out of 160 members of the lower house (the Dail), a mere 4 out of 60 in the upper house or Senate (the same as Sinn Fein and the Greens), and no longer any MEPs at all: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labour_Party_(Ireland).

The trajectory is, apparently, downward and towards extinction: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labour_Party_(Ireland)#Recent_history. The popular vote for Labour fell from nearly 141,000 in 2016 to 96,000 in 2020.

Interesting. I had no idea about those statistics (assuming that they are correct).

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/.

The fix (or poison) was in. The “You Know Who” element. (((“them”))).

That is all very well, but rhetoric about “a changing of the guards” is mere hot air unless underpinned by credible and coherent ideology.

Peter Hitchens


More music

[the Angel of the North]

More tweets

Quite. One of those who persistently tweets the rubbish about how “freedom of expression does not mean freedom from consequences” is the part-Jew academic (incredibly, a professor of laws in East Anglia), Paul Bernal.

According to that definition, people had “free speech” in Mao’s China, Stalin’s Russia, even Pol Pot’s Cambodia.


A Jewish woman lawyer puts Bernal right on another question. Seems that Bernal always manages to get it wrong. He is in the wrong job.

That “utterly ignorant man” has nearly 59,000 Twitter “followers”. A good example of the sheer silliness of Twitter.

Bernal’s “professorship” does not say much that is complimentary about the University of East Anglia’s law school.

Incidentally, Bernal is descended from the well-known scientist, J.D. Bernal, a part-Jew and Communist: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._D._Bernal, and from Martin Bernal, a “controversial” “anti-racist” academic: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Bernal; https://www.theguardian.com/education/2013/jun/21/martin-bernal.

Woollyhead Trussbanger (aka Kwasi Kwarteng) seems to believe that some business enterprise would pay £10,000 a day for his services, after all that he has done (or failed to do). What a complete yet “entitled” waste of space.

More from the newspapers


More censorship and quiet brainwashing.


Interesting story, though weakened by the authoress’s perceived need to call South Africa, in the days before it was ruined, as “apartheid South Africa“. “Woke” box-ticking.

The authoress is now a business executive, and formerly a civil servant for 4 years: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzanne_Heywood.

Late tweets

Presumably part of the mass media barrage of support for the Kiev regime.

Hard to know what to make of Bear Grylls. I have only seen one episode of one TV show he did. I disliked it, and his attitude. Very full of himself. Also, he killed a small and harmless animal entirely unnecessarily.

As I say, I do not have a developed view about him. One hears about him having been selected for the TA SAS thirty years or so ago (at age 20, younger than f/t SAS personnel), though that was the (then) part-time TA version (now called The Reserves), and he was in it for only 2 years actively (3 officially).

Obviously more than a bit of a “tough guy”, looking at his Wikipedia entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bear_Grylls, though I (perhaps unfairly) tend to think a little sceptically when I see someone with dozens of supposed qualifications in their skill-set. cf. Rory Stewart: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/03/will-rory-stewart-mp-be-prime-minister/.

Plainly not a “fake”, but whether (as with Rory Stewart) the sum of the parts seems to add up to more than the whole, hard to judge. The TV image may or may not fully reflect reality.

As far as I can judge “survival experts” (perhaps not greatly), I think that I prefer Ray Mears [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Mears], despite disagreeing with some of his views about the Second World War etc.

All that, and also a taxi driver called Lulita. Some people really are born under a lucky star!

That may be. If we ever have a real government, an investigation can be carried out by some equivalent of the Gestapo and SS, in order to ascertain the truth.

Rishi Sunak, the globalist Indian money-juggler.

Well, you know why…(pervasive Jew-Zionist and Israeli influence and power over American politics, law, finance, business, mass media, publishing etc).

Late music

[winter walk, St. Petersburg]

8 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 26 March 2023”

  1. Hello: I have just read this; I am quoting from a Spanish article remembering Hitler’s appointment as Chancellor by Hindenburg in 1933. Supposedly is from the “Daily Mail” and it sounds fairly sympathetic towards Hitler considering the attitude of the British press; do you think it could be true?

    “At the age of 43 he assumes the mantle of Bismarck, and may well look forward to a long career as a statesman. He has won the chancellorship against all odds. …He had no wealth or special training to serve him… Good looks and a charming personality helped him on his way, but most of all he owes his success to his intensity of purpose and his ability to inspire the masses with his fiery oratory. ”


    1. Claudius:
      The Daily Mail was sympathetic to Hitler and his government at first. Until about 1934/1935. Its domestic political support for Mosley and the BUF lapsed in 1934.

      I think that the Mail still supported so-called “appeasement” towards Germany (i.e. not getting Britain into another hugely destructive European war) for several years after that, though the support waned steadily after 1934: see


    1. Claudius:
      I noted that one on the blog today. The grandfather of the one who tweets. J.D. Bernal was a well-known figure in the 1930s and 1940s in the UK. Part-Irish, part-Jew, various other admixtures.


  2. Hi Ian,
    The Polar Bear statistics are correct. This is where I came to my senses, apart from being very sceptical for most of my life, I found out ‘global warming’ was truly utter bull. Up until ‘climate gate’ we were being fed some real bullshit. After climate gate they had to back off somewhat, that was twelve years ago, now they are furthering their rhetoric because they believe we have forgotten. Ask anyone about climate gate and see what reaction , if any, you get.

    After a good bit of being led around the false path of (Icke and Jones) truth and not being shown the gate of real truth (jews) I finally know, through my own research.


    1. Ross:
      Thank you.

      This is a multi-pronged attack on mass consciousness, varying in strength in various areas as convenient: “climate change”/”global warming”, “Ukraine” (anti-Russia), “Covid” (and other supposed or about-to-happen “pandemics), “Black Lives Matter” etc (anti-white), and similar campaigns.

      Zionism is about more than Israel, of course, at the higher levels.


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