Diary Blog, 25 April 2023

Afternoon music

[Jean Pierson, 1964, Sunlight from the Mediterranean]

From the newspapers


A father who murdered a burglar outside his house had previously posted a photo of the vigilante played by Charles Bronson in the Death Wish movies on a neighbourhood group with the comment: ‘This is who we need.’

David King put the photo of Deathwish anti-hero Paul Kersey on the WhatsApp group in June 2019 after the wheels of his wife’s BMW M3 were stolen.

The career criminal [burglar/car thief] was left with a 5in-deep wound to his chest and the injury to his knee. He was so distressed as he hammered at a nearby door for help that he smashed the glass.

” Car thief/burglar] Neil Charles, 47, who had 66 previous convictions, turned up at the estate shortly before 1am on June 20, 2021, and was spotted on CCTV trying the doors of the Kings’ cars.”

[Daily Mail]

66 previous convictions…

Frankly, I think that those citizens are heroes, albeit that they arguably went too far in the heat of the moment. The sentences of “life, with minimum 21 years” (the father) and 19 years (the son) were very very harsh in all the circumstances. I should have thought that a minimum term served of, say, 5 years, would have been enough to mark any judicial disapproval (judicial, not societal— most British people would back the father and son, at least in principle).

The police too often show themselves completely unfit for purpose, useless, and the same is often true of the courts. People like singer and satirist Alison Chabloz actually get imprisoned in the UK for (in her case) lampooning some Jewish behaviour in song or in cartoons, while real criminals, who stab or slash people, or steal cars etc, are effectively let off.

Finally, I see that the Daily Mail has shown no photograph of the killed individual. I wonder why not…






David Irving was the academic hero of the above story. The report in the Guardian downplays his role.

I once heard a taped speech by Irving (given to the then-active discussion forum, the Clarendon Club, in the 1980s) which went into his role in some detail. Incidentally, Irving showed himself to be a confident, assured, and amusing speaker.

The Guardian report notes that System historian Hugh Trevor-Roper [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Trevor-Roper] was damaged by his failure to see through the Hitler Diaries fakery, but downplays that too, in my view.

Trevor-Roper (a freemason who was very pro-Jew-Zionist) is still regarded by many as worth reading, while the Jewish lobby has demonized Irving and trashed his reputation, despite his books being far more interesting and accurate in relation to 1933-45 (Trevor-Roper covered a far wider historical time-scale in his works, from the early Enlightenment to the contemporary era).

Tweets seen

The “caring sharing” NWO/ZOG regime (in France) in action.

NWO/ZOG protocol…

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More tweets

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/, my assessment of Macron from 2019.

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Andrew Neil used to be, maybe still is, the best political interviewer around, but a few years ago started to come off the rails a bit, ranting about “Nazis” and “neo-Nazis” etc on his now-binned late-night BBC 2 TV show. Then he became part of the System “Covid” propaganda campaign.

See my assessment (updated) from a few years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/16/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-therese-coffey-story/.

Macron has become the first “unpopulist” President of France for a long long time.

Important because, should Biden retain the US Presidency after 2024, and then retire or die, Kamala Harris will automatically be sworn-in as President!

Late music

[Destiny, photograph by Sebastian Lucyzywo]

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