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Diary Blog, 27 July 2021

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Stephen Fry, of course, ticks many of the System boxes: mixed English and foreign part-Jew origins, gay, pro-mass immigration (migration invasion), “antifascist” etc. Like “Boris”, perhaps not quite the amiable persona he projects. I knew someone who met Stephen Fry about 30 years ago at a wedding. My friend was amazed at how extreme (in his words “Left-wing”) Fry was.

Still, most people are (ethically, philosophically) “black and white mixed, like the magpie’s plumage” [Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzival], and Fry is no exception to that; he is not all bad (e.g. is a supporter of animal welfare).

Blacks are known to be more prone to schizophrenia than are white Northern Europeans, so naturally it follows that cannabis abuse by such people has an even more deleterious effect on them than on white people.

Macron, NWO/ZOG puppet: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/.

Macron needs to meet Madame Guillotine, while la belle France still exists at all…

We in England have never had “Madame Guillotine”, but “Boris” can still not sit easy upon his usurper’s throne.

The only thing that matters is that, when the Earth’s population is reduced to a tenth or twentieth of what it now is, that tenth or twentieth is truly European (post-Aryan). Thus the world can evolve higher, because it will then have a solid foundation on which to build.

According to Viktor Suvorov [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Suvorov], the Soviet Spetznaz used to joke “when the real revolution comes, we shall hang not the very rich, nor those who speak much about social justice, but only those very rich who also speak much about social justice“… Are you listening, Bill Gates, Bono, Bob Geldof [fill in extra names as necessary…]?

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The British zoo, 2021

I have just seen two news items, posted near each other but without being connected: in the first story, the output of the Beatles is to be stored in a special bombproof vault. Meanwhile, by reason of the “BLM” nonsense, the statue of Henry Morton Stanley [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Morton_Stanley] may be pulled down! https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/07/27/sir-henry-morton-stanley-statue-could-pulled-blm-protests/.

Two separate news items, that say a lot about Britain in 2021…

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That cretin is America’s “elected” leader…

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Diary Blog, 26 July 2021, including thoughts about Covid-19 and conspiracy

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Even a rubbish government can do a few things right.

Strange, nicht wahr? A virus suddenly appears “from nowhere” and is said to have suddenly manifested at a “wet market” of live and dead wild and domesticated animals in the large city of Wuhan, in China. There just happens to be a Chinese biological and virus research laboratory there. It also just happens that the USA and possibly Israel are involved and/or have given large amounts of funding to that laboratory.

More: the Chinese scientists and doctors who did not stick with the approved narrative about the appearance of “Covid-19” have all disappeared.

More: the virus manifested in Wuhan, yes, but then suddenly appeared in Alpine resorts in Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the very places from where it could spread most rapidly across Western Europe.

Was it an accident that the virus suddenly moved from Wuhan to the Alps?

More: Sir Richard Dearlove, former SIS Chief [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Dearlove] said that “the Coronavirus disease 2019 began ‘as an accident’ either in the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab or in the Wuhan Centre for Disease Control“. In other words the “it began in a wet market” narrative was questioned by him. Dearlove however made no claim about whether the release was deliberate. Perhaps he could not conceive why the Chinese or others would do such a thing.

From an ordinary perspective, that might be true, but in terms of NWO/ZOG, the “Great Reset” etc, from the point of view of the ruling circles of the West, the WTO, the Bilderbergers etc, there might well be a good reason to spread not only a dangerous virus (albeit not quite as dangerous as presented) and fear across the world.

As soon as the news of the (supposedly) deadly and world-shattering virus was headlined in the UK, several (fictional) films about viruses were shown on different channels, for several nights running. This was not in response to the news about “Coronavirus” but had been in the schedules for weeks or even months. How did that happen? Accident? Co-incidence? Synchronicity? Or was it conspiracy? Was it all planned?

The Hollywood production which I saw on TV “predicted” the “wet market” “accident” narrative almost exactly. A film made several years before the real events happened. Co-incidence? Synchronicity? Or was it part of a very well-planned world-ranging conspiracy? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contagion_(2011_film); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contagion_(2011_film)#Renewed_popularity.

Other views expressed by Sir Richard Dearlove:

On 16 May 2016, Dearlove gave a public lecture televised by the BBC on contemporary mass foreign migration and its effects upon the European continent.

In its text he stated that the governments of Europe were facing a “sea change” in their politics, and if they did not get control and prevent ongoing mass migration of peoples from Africa and Asia into Europe they would find themselves “at the mercy of a populist uprising, … which is already stirring,” and that the oncoming 2016 United Kingdom European Union membership referendum was the first manifestation of it.[26]

He stated further that foreign mass migration’s geopolitical impact upon Europe, if it was not prevented, was set to reshape its political landscape as those of its citizens who feel their interests are threatened asserted their influence.”

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My blog about Macron’s rise to power, written in early 2019: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/.

The ruling circles of the West (aka “the international conspiracy/consensus”, or “the System”) preferred the UK to remain part of the EU, because they think in terms of blocs of power. The EU controlled the UK and the other nations of Europe and was tightening that control. Having said that, a managed, controlled Brexit did not seriously threaten that matrix, because it just pulled the UK closer to the equally NWO/ZOG USA. They win either way. That’s their thinking.

Posting tweets, blogs etc is important, but concrete results will only be achieved, in the real world, by real events and actions.

Good grief! “Becca Hutson”? Who she? An ignorant and stupid woman, obviously. She seems to imagine that, for example, the “resources” taken out of the ground in, say, Africa, should have been left there (where the natives knew not even of their existence, let alone what to do with them).

Ah. This is her: https://www.gbnews.uk/bio/rebecca-hutson. She is “Head of Digital” apparently, for that doomed “alt-right” GB News channel. I have never watched it, and from what I have seen on Twitter, shall never bother. Will it even exist this time next year? Doubtful.

As for Ms. Hutson, despite the English accent, she is a US citizen, it seems, and born in the USA in 1993. Educated partly in UK (at a Cambridge sixth form college, then at University of Bristol). At time of writing, 28 years old.

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleansing_of_the_Temple and whipping the Jewish moneychangers]

SAGE? I say DUMB (Department Under Matt and Boris) though “Matt” (Hancock) is, of course, now yesterday’s news. Talking of scandal, does “Professor Lockdown” (Professor Neil Ferguson) wear a facemask when having it off with his married “ho”? I doubt it.

For many, worthless degrees leading to worthless jobs.

The “panicdemic” meant that “Nightingale” hospitals were quickly established. All very impressive (in TV news releases), but most were never even used.

I remember going to Macao for the afternoon when I visited Hong Kong about 16 years ago. On my return to HK by hydrofoil, white-coated medics awaited. Notices informed me that, should my temperature (taken from a distance while walking through) be high, I would be detained without the option. It was a warm day…thankfully, it seems that, though I felt warm, I was not too warm! Glad to get through, and not be bundled away to God knows where. Is that coming here too?

Hitchens must ask why “undemocratic” ideas are gaining in popularity. It is because “democracy”, both in the UK and elsewhere (France, USA etc), is not delivering.

Hitchens sometimes lives in the ivory tower. Yes, abstaining from voting may deprive a political party from having “legitimacy” (so long as everyone abstains) but that would not, even in that extreme scenario, deprive that party from having and exercising power, at least not so long as one voter votes, or a small number vote. In the end, a corrupt electoral system can either be reformed by the reasoned consent of the ruling cliques (as in the UK in the 1830s, with the Reform Acts et seq.) or, failing that, by physical overthrow…

Environmental petition

https://www.change.org/p/save-the-freshney-valley-for-future-generations

Twitter bins fake “Campaign Against Antisemitism” “charity”

Ha ha… https://antisemitism.org/twitter-ceases-contact-with-partner-caa-after-we-expose-how-inconsistently-they-implement-their-policies-on-antisemitic-content/

It did not take Twitter long to wake up to the persistent and malicious “reporting” and denouncing (to Twitter, to professional regulatory bodies, to police etc) by the “CAA” goblins, once it saw them at close quarters…

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Exactly. Just as happened months ago to my mother-in-law, who was routinely and frequently tested when in hospital with a fracture, and then found (assuming that the test was accurate) to have “the virus” after she had been in the hospital for weeks. No symptoms, either before the test or after it. She was eventually discharged, never having had any symptoms. Her age at the time? 99! Oh, and had she died (from any cause) within 28 days of discharge, she too would have “died within 28 days of a positive Covid-19 test” and would have been pressed into service as part of the statistical scam around the “panicdemic”.

Talking about the “panicdemic”, I visited a Tesco supermarket today, about 6 miles from my home. Most of the shoppers were “rabbits” (masked serfs), but there was a sizeable minority (including me) maskless. No-one (whether “rabbit” or Tesco staff) said a word to me in criticism, though I saw that Tesco employees almost all were muzzled (with completely pointless, useless, cloth masks). Probably told by managers to wear them.

Sounds as if Australia is even more screwed than the UK…

So much for “the land of freedom”! So called. As for Cuomo, I thought that he was on trial for sex pest activity. Seems not. Not yet anyway.

“They” are pulling the strings, as always…

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Diary Blog, 12 June 2021

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Well, I once again triumphed over John Rentoul, who only scored 3/10 this week. I always commend his honesty, though. I myself scored 6/10 this week. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 2, 6, and 9.

Ha ha! “Unusually“?! What about, just off the top of my head, “Boris”, Theresa May, David Cameron-Levita, Trump, George W. Bush, James Callaghan, Sarkozy, Yeltsin, Gorbachev, Honecker? Etc… The list is long.

Labour is going nowhere. The next two by-elections (Chesham and Amersham on 17 June 2021, and Batley and Spen on 1 July 2021), should give an idea of the state of play. At present, I am inclined to think that Batley will fall to the Conservatives, and that Chesham and Amersham will result in a Conservative win, and with a Labour lost deposit (maybe).

Quelle surprise: the opinion of the CIA carries more weight than the opinion of the American people with the US Government…

Load up! Load up!…

About one and a quarter million acres of private gardens exist in the UK. A crucial reservoir and sanctuary for animals, birds, insects, trees and bushes. These often-modest private spaces are a very important environmental element.

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That Harwood person seems to be a component of the fake political-cultural debate, there to give the illusion of pseudo-national “takeback”. If you like, the mirror image of Owen Jones (as fake “revolutionary” scribbler), or a more mainstream “Prison Planet” Watson.

Exactly. The “cases” are almost all a mirage. No symptoms at all, or in some cases mild flu-like symptoms (though influenza can of course be fatal).

Many people are still fooled by the “panicdemic”, which is in a way unsurprising, after nearly a year and a half of truly relentless msm propaganda across the world. All the same, there are many people who can see that the virus scare has been weaponized for other purposes.

…and The Camp of the Saints was written as, or as if, fiction, rather like The Protocols of Zion (reality clothed in literary fantasy)…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Camp_of_the_Saints;

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..and so it came to pass…

The Displaced; Migrant Brothers; Lights in the Distance – reviews | Refugees  | The Guardian

To create a better world, we do not need a majority, or even a large minority, but only faith and relentless determination. Quality not quantity.

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I like the bit “do you know how hard it is [to say a few glib words on TV]?”…! These msm idiots are so up their own rear ends, it is not true! Some local TV news talking head marionette in Birmingham.

The most wealthy are buying up land all over the world, at premium prices, regardless. New Zealand, USA, Australia, and also in the UK. For example, James Dyson has bought vast tracts in Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Lincolnshire: https://www.fwi.co.uk/business/dyson-farming-empire-now-worth-more-than-500m; https://abcfinance.co.uk/blog/who-owns-the-uk/

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Diary Blog, 31 May 2021

I happened to see this Wikipedia piece: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avshalom_Feinberg. A Jew who was a spy for the British in then-Ottoman Palestine in the First World War.

In 1915 Feinberg traveled to Egypt and made contact with the British Department of Naval Intelligence. In 1917, he again went to Egypt, on foot. He was apparently killed on his way back by a group of Bedouins near the British front in Sinai, close to Rafah.[3] His fate was unknown until after the 1967 Six-Day War, when his remains were found under a palm tree that had grown from date seeds in his pocket.” [Wikipedia].

How about that?! “…his remains were found under a palm tree that had grown from date seeds in his pocket.

Well, now that the said Feinberg is apparently an Israeli hero-figure (they even have a stamp with his head on it), the suspicion must be that the bit about the palm tree and the date seeds is some kind of fairy tale. Still, it may well be true. These things happen.

I have not included the above in my blog to make any political or other point; it just struck me as interesting. Still, one could reflect on how one never knows how one’s actions may, long after one’s own death, bear unexpected fruit (in the case of Feinberg, literally, of course).

Israeli elections

Readers of my blog will know that I am usually cautious about commenting about the political situation in countries with which I am not directly familiar (even Scotland), but idly browsing Wikipedia while listening to BBC World Service, I heard about the electoral impasse in Israel. I looked up the state of play on Wikipedia:

It seems that there 120 elected members. What is extraordinary is that Israeli politics is so fragmented that the party presently ruling, Likud [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Likud], has only 30 members out of that 120. Indeed, the whole minority government coalition headed by Likud only has 54 members.

The second-largest party in the Knesset, Yesh Atid [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yesh_Atid] has only 17 Knesset members. The next-largest party has 9. In fact, there are no less than 23 parties and Independent members represented, grouped into 13 parties and factions.

Compare that to the much larger UK House of Commons, where there are 16 parties and Independents but where, out of 650 MPs, 562 belong to only two of those parties.

Why is the Israeli parliament so fragmented? It may be that there is something in the Jewish psychology that tends to dissension, dissidence etc. That was certainly true of the various Marxist factions that used to exist in the Western world, especially in the realms of Trotskyism.

There again, the Israeli proportional representation system has a low threshold for representation: 3.25% (it was 1% at one time). In fact, there has never been a one-party-majority government in Israel.

A further aspect is the sheer fragmentation of Israeli society, as can be seen in the details of the various parties: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knesset#Current_composition.

Another aspect yet is that most of those parties were started not long ago. The main Opposition party, Yesh Atid, was only formed in 2012. Several others were formed even more recently, in the past two or three years. Likud, the presently largest party, was founded in 1973.

Well, there it is. A peculiar country. Interesting though. I am interested generally in countries which are contrived or artificial, as Israel surely is. Singapore would be another example. They tend to be small geographically; Israel is almost exactly the size of Wales (or New Jersey), while Singapore is not even twice the size of the Isle of Wight. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singapore.

Farm subsidies

Listening to some typical farm-owner whining on BBC Radio 4 Today Programme. Farmers in the UK always want it both ways, to be treated as independent businessmen and women, but given State subsidy or support at the same time. For me, it just does not wash.

One farmer had the right sort of ideas about small-scale farming, biodiversity, organics etc, yet wanted public money, in effect for not being an environmental vandal. Why should the public subsidize farmers at all? Better to impose environmental and animal welfare regulations, restrict imports, and let the farms be real private “businesses”. Alternatively, to put them largely into State ownership but give environment-friendly farmers or collectives long-term (even lifetime) leases.

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Anyone interested in Peter Hitchens would be better off reading my own assessment, written two years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/19/peter-hitchens-and-his-views/.

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Soon, there will be the Batley and Spen by-election. I shall be blogging about it in a week or so. The Labour Party vote has suffered a gradual decline in that constituency since the rigged by-election in 2016. After the assassination of Jo Cox, the System parties conspired to get another Labour Party MP elected, so an ex-soap actress was parachuted in, and the Conservative and LibDem parties did not stand. Pathetically, “controlled opposition” UKIP also failed to put up a candidate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batley_and_Spen_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s.

Now Labour is relying, in the Batley by-election, on a kind of “sympathy vote” by putting up the sister of that assassinated MP. Pretty desperate…

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The gradually-emerging UK police state in operation. Quite normal things criminalized, but real criminal acts ignored. Read The Protocols of Zion and you will be on the right track…

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Diary Blog, 26 April 2021, including a few personal reminiscences

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[Chopin Memorial, Lazienki Park, Warsaw, last seen by me in 1988]
[Lazienki Park, Warsaw]

Memory Lane triggered

More memories were triggered when I saw that my one-time home, a house of which I had a lease in the years 2002-2004, has come up for sale for the first time in 55 years: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/105899483#/

I suppose that I could buy it, and its surrounding small estate, were I not short of about £7 million!

I have to say that the estate agents have had the place photographed beautifully:

Funny to think that my present humble home would fit twice, I suppose, maybe even thrice, into the ballroom alone.

Looking idly at the estate agents’particulars, it is clear that there have been changes since I lived there. For one thing, even the main house has been split into no less than 17 flats! I see, also, that two wind turbines now exist somewhere beyond sight of the house.

106 acres. My own lease included only the main house, with 4 acres of gardens, ornamental ponds and Victorian grottoes.

The person who owns or owned the house was the son of the farmer who bought it in 1966 for the land; the farming family never lived there (I think) but built a modern house halfway down the mile-long drive.

I think that at that time far more land surrounded the house, and I was told that, in its pre-First World War heyday, there was an estate of 5,000 acres. Maybe.

I was told when I lived there that the sale price in 1965 was £65,000…but I have now seen an interview which puts the 1965 auction sale price at only £21,500!

The person who owned the house when I lived there was a bit of a scoundrel, locally notorious. His idea (I heard) after my time there ended, was to maximize revenue via splitting up the main house into different rented units. There were already “hippies” living in the stables when I was there.

The man who owned the house prior to 1966 was an apparently very nice man called Leslie Major, whose father had owned the house before him, and who also owned the mill at Lifton, Devon (a few miles away across the Tamar), and which is still a food plant, now owned by Purina.

Mr. Major founded the Devon Bird-Watching and Preservation Society, and wrote on daffodil growing. In the 1930s, he also raced cars.

Sadly, Mr. Major became financially distressed, and sold the house and park to the farming family mentioned (the Tucker family) in 1966, and they were out of place in such a setting: see https://www.scribd.com/document/132741300/Daffodil-Cultivation-in-Cornwall-and-Isles-of-Scilly-Leslie-Major.

I could write a possibly amusing memoir of my time there. Such as? Well, such as the time that it turned out that the “hippies” from the old stables were running a cannabis farm in the attics and, to disguise any interest by the authorities in the electricity used to keep the temperature high, had put an enormous tropical snake in there!

I was told that by the owner one day, after he discovered the “farm” and told them to get rid of the lot (cannabis plantation and snake!). He was a scoundrel of sorts, but more someone who sailed close to the wind rather than an out-and-out villain, and pleasant enough to talk to. A rural Arthur Daley, if you like.

In fact, long after I left, the hippies or others tried it again, as I read in an online local newspaper, I think around 2010. The police raided the place and made arrests, apparently…

In fact, I heard that some “businessman” (who turned out to be a drug dealer) took on the lease, or rented the house, some time after I left. His dead body was found in the drawing room, or so I heard. For the full Agatha Christie effect, of course, it should have been the Library!

[the Library when I had the lease of the house; some of my books]
[Library cat…]

It was rather a magical place all the same (and haunted: my wife saw the ghost once or twice, or at least one ghost, I think the young girl noted in this local history: https://www.scribd.com/document/132741300/Daffodil-Cultivation-in-Cornwall-and-Isles-of-Scilly-Leslie-Major).

I imagine that it will be hard to sell (except to someone wanting the revenue stream from rentals of the various houses, cottages and flats). To reconvert the main house would, I am guessing, be rather expensive.

I shall buy a Euromillions ticket. Who knows?…

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A big step forward for Spain.

At one time, in the UK, there were real journalists. They had opinions. They sometimes expressed them. They still, however, reported the news. Now? Politically-correct semi-literates and/or Jewish Zionists. There are a few exceptions (mostly sidelined or not much broadcast or printed). The others form a kind of ZOG-oriented cabal, which does not just include political journalists (most of them), but extends more widely, even beyond the news media, to the wider msm: commentators, even comedians and TV presenters. A corrupt, decadent, and largely self-serving cabal who work to a spoken or unspoken agenda.

Someone should tell, or whisper, that to the “Black Lives Matter” (nonsense) people.

The closure of the majority of the UK’s railway system was indeed scandalous. Beeching and Marples were and remain the obvious villains, but there were widespread closures even before that, both from 1945-1965 and in the interwar period 1918-1939. Indeed, railways were closed even before the First World War. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beeching_cuts.

In the United States, the decision was made to keep the tracks even where railways were closed. A strategic defence decision. How much better off would Britain have been had it too done that! New, high-tech rail (ultralight, robotic etc) might have used the same track, or relaid track. Instead, rail lines were taken up and the land, in many cases, built upon.

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“Now free us from this crazy dogma: It is high time the Prime Minister allowed the country to begin the long process of recovery from a disaster which his policies are needlessly prolonging, writes Professor ANGUS DALGLEISH” [Daily Mail] https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9510619/ANGUS-DALGLEISH-free-crazy-dogma.html

“Data not dates, the Prime Minister famously said when he announced our ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown. It turns out that there was no road out and no map.

In truth, Government policy is now being driven by nothing more sophisticated than a deranged dogma.

It is dogma of the worst sort, for it is shaped by political cowardice and burnished by discredited scientific advisers who no longer seem capable of reviewing the evidence in front of them.” [Daily Mail]

Boris Idiot

I wrote, before “Boris” was “elected” as Conservative Party leader, that it really did not matter what unpleasant acts emerged about him. He was already known to be a moneygrubber, an incompetent, a constant liar, completely unable to actually run anything, as well as being part-Jew, part-Turk, and rather nasty altogether. So what new scandal could destabilize him?

“Boris” had (and has) weaponized his incompetence and lack of ability. No-one really expects even basic decency from him, let alone integrity, still less the ability to properly fulfil his office. That lack of any public expectation is like a suit of armour for him.

In any case, the Labour Party is now considered so useless by the white British that nothing short of a “nuclear”-level scandal would push them beyond the Conservative Party. Is the present kefuffle that? Probably not.

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Diary Blog, 18 April 2021

Cat comrade…

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These people should be on our side! Europe (and Europeanized Eurasia) against Zionism, Islamism, Chinese hegemonism, and the American-based New World Order!

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Indeed, but Hitchens wants to keep his newspaper column, and so will not (I think) ever mention Zionist Occupation Government(s) (aka “ZOG”), the New World Order (NWO) or Bilderberg…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilderberg_meeting]. NATO is on the label, as is “US power”, but the content is NWO…

As for my assessment of Hitchens himself, I wrote the following about 2 years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/19/peter-hitchens-and-his-views/.

(((Who))) indeed???

There is a very obvious Jewish strain in the British royal family. You only have to look at some of them. Princess Margaret was the most obvious of all, arguably.

Alison Chabloz

I have nothing much to add to what I wrote on this blog yesterday: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/04/17/diary-blog-17-april-2021-including-latest-thoughts-about-the-alison-chabloz-situation/.

At present it seems more likely than not that the persecuted singer-songwriter, satirist and commentator will be released early, on an electronic tag, next week; so far, she has been in prison for nearly three weeks since her recent conviction and sentence. If she is not so released, either next week or thereafter, she will stay in prison until the latter part of May.

Alison Chabloz is appealing her conviction and sentence; the appeal is likely to be heard, in Crown Court, on or about 3-4 June 2021.

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In reality, almost all of the dictatorial measures taken in 2020 and 2021 in the UK were and are useless in terms of the “panicdemic”, and yet have trashed much of the economy, and much of society as well, including our cherished illusions about being a society under law, and our equally cherished ideas about our civil rights.

Hm…now there’s an idea…

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Diary Blog, 10 April 2021

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My own view of cannabis (and other illegal drugs) and the law is that, while the clarity of complete decriminalization appeals, I despise drug abusers, and would prefer either drug abuse to cease to exist, or drug abusers to cease to exist (or be eliminated).

On the other hand, the present system is not working.

I am also cognizant of the fact that societies where cannabis use is prevalent tend to fall to pieces, as Hafiz, the Persian poet, saw happening in his own country many centuries ago, and as one can see in the areas of the world where cannabis use is prevalent; Jamaica, for one.

All the —mainly British— people I knew when younger (1970s, 1980s), those who regularly smoked marijuana, dropped out of society to a greater or lesser extent.

The old Stasi, in the DDR, would have loved “Covid passports”, “track and trace” etc.

That anti-white narrative or stream of constant msm propaganda particularly affects the blacks, who as a group tend to lack logical-critical thinking skills.

Radio loudmouth Julia Hartley-Brewer (who blocked me years ago on Twitter when I exposed her ignorance on a point or two of law and procedure) seems to be turning a blind eye to the abuses carried out by the Jew-Zionist lobby. She has never said a word in support of the free speech of those attacked, and even prosecuted, at the instigation of packs of Zionist Jews such as the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”. I wonder why?

Yes, Laurence Fox and his “Reclaim Party” can be put in the same bin as all the rest of the controlled opposition: Reform UK, Brexit Party, UKIP, “anti-immigration” “Conservatives”, Katie Hopkins, “Tommy Robinson”, Breitbart, “Prison Planet” Watson, “Sargon of Akkad”, Delingpole, Toby Young and his fake “Free Speech Union” etc etc.

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…meanwhile, in England, the people amuse themselves with football, rugby, tennis or cricket matches on TV, the latest meaningless msm gossip, the latest “celebrities” one has never heard of, and they worry about their booking of controlled, mask-wearing, machine-holidays of the upcoming summer.

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[Bohemian Grove, Northern California: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohemian_Grove]

Is that so? If the new Alba Party challenges the SNP in most Scottish consituencies, and effectively enough so that other parties come through the middle (Conservative, LibDem, Labour), then yes. It may well be, though (and I never claim great knowledge of Scottish politics) that many voters “up there” will choose between Alba Party and SNP, and simply dump the others.

Voters who are pro-Independence but anti-SNP. I do not know whether that is so, and whether there are even any pro-Independence but anti-SNP voters.

At the moment, it seems doubtful that Alba Party will make a big impression: https://news.sky.com/story/scottish-elections-sturgeons-snp-set-for-majority-but-salmonds-alba-unlikely-to-get-single-seat-sky-news-poll-12268966.

I am guessing, but it may be that Salmond’s quite recent sex crime trial has mortally wounded him politically, even if he was formally acquitted.

Either way, it does seem that “Independence”, however nebulous a concept that is in the Scottish context where a new Scotland might still be tied into EU, IMF, World Bank, NATO etc, is gaining ground with Scottish voters. That might have big geopolitical implications.

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Well, I see that John Rentoul has again been defeated by me, this week scoring only 3/10. My own score was 6/10 (I did not know the answers to questions 4, 6, 9 and 10).

Of course, to say that “Scotland voted SNP” in 2015, 2017, and 2019 is true only in terms of First Past The Post voting: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_National_Party#House_of_Commons_2.

In 2015, the SNP captured 56 out of the 59 Scottish seats in the Commons; in 2017, 35 out of 59, and in 2019, 48 out of 59. “Scotland” therefored, supposedly “voted SNP”.

In reality though, meaning in terms of the popular vote, the SNP only scored 50%, 36.9% and 45% in those years.

Usually, when there is a successful popular movement for a country to leave a larger country or empire, there is a large popular majority for that: 90% in favour, perhaps; certainly 80%. In Scotland, any majority at all is likely to be small, maybe 55% for and 45% against.

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Diary Blog, 8 April 2021

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I have heard nothing as yet about what I apprehend will be Alison’s appeal to the Crown Court from the verdict and sentence handed down by a single magistrate —aka District Judge (Criminal)— on 31 March 2021. Her solicitors and trial Counsel will also, as I believe, be applying for bail pending hearing of such appeal.

In the meantime, Alison has now served over a week of what is effectively an 8-week sentence (18 weeks, of which 9 weeks would normally be spent incarcerated, but minus time spent in court at trial and in preliminary hearings, and also minus time spent in police custody, with part-days counted as full days).

Anyone wishing to send letters, cards, books etc to Alison Chabloz should write or send to:

Alison Chabloz, Prisoner Number A6478EK
HMP Bronzefield,
Woodthorpe Rd,
Ashford, Middx.,
TW15 3JZ
UK

[please note that the above Prisoner Number is the correct one, not the similar one seen in some tweets].

[please note that books sent to prisoners in the UK must be *new, *paperback, and *sent direct by Amazon or other large online retailer].

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Slightly underwhelming, but it is a start, anyway…when I was at school, and about 14 years old, I sketched out buildings and developments rather like that, in fact more radical and green than the one shown. That was around 1971. Still, Rome was not built in a day…

https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/Bamff-wild-land

German National Socialism and European social nationalism have always been connected with what are now termed “green” issues: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2016/11/17/social-nationalism-and-green-politics/

[girls from the Bund Deutscher Maedel ride in a forest]
[“Swastika plantation” in forest]

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The Irish Twitter account for Bealtaine Cottage is also worth reading:

Diary Blog, 7 April 2021

Alison Chabloz

Please note that Alison’s Prisoner Number, which should form part of the address when writing to her or sending any gifts such as books, is slightly different to that previously given by some people, and is A6478EK.

[Alison Chabloz]

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9441991/Gardener-69-drowned-neighbours-pet-cat-avoids-jail.html

What is the point in having laws for animal protection when a cruel and nasty individual such as the defendant in the above report gets let off so lightly?

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Note: The correct prisoner number for Alison Chabloz is in fact slightly different: A6478EK.

Well done, BBC— only a full week late! The sentence was pronounced on the second and last day of Alison’s trial, which was 31 March 2021. Last Wednesday…

What a bunch of clowns (and monkeys on a stick) the BBC is! Defund the BBC!

Seems that, at least in Marin County (California…Marin County is the area the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco), “universal” means “universal…unless you are white (no matter how poor you may be)”…

“Universal”, like “diversity”, seems sometimes to mean the opposite of the proper meaning…

Masks are of little use in preventing infection (and, no, the masks people are forced to wear now in shops are not the same as those used in operating theatres where, in any case, they are just a conventional habit from the past as much as anything).

Until halfway through last year, the UK government agreed with what I have just written, but then decided to force the cowed and compliant masses into wearing masks. There is, as with the whole “Coronavirus” thing, an agenda behind it all, and one that has nothing much to do with health.

Meine Ehre heisst Treue.

Interesting from the historical-cultural point of view. The red part of that map coincides roughly with the Roman Empire, though not exactly (North African provinces are in green, as is the Dalmatian side of the Adriatic, and other areas (notably Asia Minor).

Again, the green areas are those which experienced greater penetration of Islamic ideas and customs from the 8thC onward. Again, though, not exactly; only in very broad brush terms.

The above tweeter reflects what was normal British opinion until a couple of decades or so ago. Free speech etc. However, even at that time, and for decades before that, a certain (((tribe))) was worming its way into influence and power in the UK. Freedom of expression has been one of many casualties.

Crime news

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/three-jailed-rape-and-robbery-women-hackney-b928138.html

More benefits of “diversity”…

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Good as a metaphor, too…

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Diary Blog, 3 April 2021, including thoughts about the Henry Hendron case

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Mostly in the Devon/Cornwall peninsula. Interesting…

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ina_(river)]

Except that the word “REFUGEES” should be in quotation marks (or, better still, replaced by “MIGRATION INVASION”, but without the quotation marks).

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So is the USA. So is the UK. So is France.

Perhaps so, but if the idea was to prevent “subversives” from taking over the BBC or heavily infiltrating it, the policy was a signal failure in the wider sense. The BBC, at the head of the UK msm, has been the flagship for the socio-political collapse of Britain, and has supported every rotten cause of the past 50 years.

The most necessary thing in the UK is not even, as a first step, a political purge, but a purge of the mainstream media in general. Not just lying news media and “journalist” scribblers but, inter alia, the whole range of “celebrities”, comedians, show business types etc.

Henry Hendron

Readers of my blog may have seen, in previous blog posts, reference to Henry Hendron: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

Hendron hit the headlines at first in 2016: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3580931/Celebrity-lawyer-bought-designer-chemsex-drugs-BBC-producer-killed-teenage-boyfriend-spared-jail.html

Some readers have assumed that I must have or had a personal dislike of Hendron. Not so. In fact, I had never even heard of him until I read about his Old Bailey trial, very lenient sentence, and his even more lenient treatment by the Bar Disciplinary Tribunal(s) before which he subsequently appeared.

My animus, if such it be (and incredulity), is a result of the incredible difference between the way in which I was treated (for having tweeted 5 tweets, completely true and accurate and [but] hostile to Jews or at least Jewish influence) and Hendron’s treatment for his egregious defaults, as chronicled. Read my blog post.

I also found it incredible, reading his tweets, that Hendron seemed incapable of thinking and writing logically, or of constructing a literate English sentence. However, the Bar is now a dustbin, so what more can I say? If the Bar thinks that it is OK to have, as practising barrister, someone of Hendron’s type, unable to write or argue coherently, and of (in several ways) dubious character, then that is a matter for the Bar dustbin-profession as it now is.

Now I see this: https://www.legalfutures.co.uk/latest-news/high-court-overturns-barristers-suspension-due-to-lacuna. It turns out that Hendron had his lenient Bar sanction made even more lenient by reason of the fact that, being already suspended at the time of the proceedings, the Tribunal had no power to notionally suspend him further, or indeed apply ay sanctions to him, because he was not a “regulated person” at the time.

I had an exemplary record as a barrister, received several judicial commendations, was mentioned favourably in the main legal directories, and was never suspended from practice, but when the Jewish lobby (“UK Lawyers for Israel”, nominally) instigated my disbarment (complaint 2014, disbarment late 2016), I had not been in practice since 2008, and had not had a Bar “practice certificate” since that time. The disbarment was a completely politically-motivated msm farce orchestrated by a pack of Zionist Jews (“UK Lawyers for Israel”, many of whom also belong to the malicious “Campaign Against Antisemitism” who have persecuted Alison Chabloz for years).

At the said proceedings (more specifically, in the considerable documentation that preceded the actual hearing), I made the point that I had not been “regulated” since 2008 (a point, I might add, that Hendron, in his own case, missed…the Counsel instructed by the Bar Standards Board —very honestly— raised it against his own interest).

I was (wrongfully) disbarred (on that basis and in any case), but (to give them credit at least for that) the Bar Standards Board actually wrote to me a year or two after my highly-publicized hearing (Google “Ian Millard barrister” and read what the msm said about me at the time). The BSB then gave me the chance to apply to have my disbarment overturned, on a basis akin to that of Hendron. I suppose that must have been somehow connected with the internal Bar fallout from Hendron’s matter.

In other words, I would still be a barrister today, had I applied. However, for me, there would have been little point, I having had no intention to resume Bar practice, though I suppose that it would have denied the Jew-Zionist pack and their “antifascist” “useful idiots” the opportunity to describe me on Twitter, frequently, and with unsurprising lack of originality, as “disgraced and disbarred barrister Ian Millard” or, as at least one mentally-disturbed Jewish woman often does, on Twitter, as “disbarred Barista“! Well, if I say so myself, I do make a rather good cup of coffee, though I have never done so as a paid occupation…

As far as the egregious Hendron is concerned, his travails continue, and he is at present again before a Bar Disciplinary Tribunal. I believe that it presently stands adjourned.

I had thought that Hendron was being given very lenient treatment because either he was (I assumed) from a very privileged background, or that he “knew too much” about illicit activities of senior members of Bar and Bench. Well, I read somewhere that Hendron went to some comprehensive school, so that would only seem to leave the “knows too much” theory…

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The influence of the Jewish lobby on Wikipedia content is very obvious.

I actually did not know, until yesterday, that supermarkets are open on Good Friday now. The materialistic 24/7 multikulti society…

…and much of the State and society generally in the UK has now been suborned by the “you-know-whos”…look at the Alison Chabloz saga of the past few years; look at the BBC and other msm output, as well.

Well, there it is— the new multikulti panicdemic UK police state, staffed by toytown police drones. Notionally done “for good reasons”, the police and others no doubt imagine…

As with Professor Brian Cox, there are two sorts of “famous scientists”, the ones who make new discoveries and undertake research of importance, and those who are basically people making careers and money out of appearing on TV, radio, in print, and on official committees. Incidentally, if anyone knows of any great discoveries made by either Brian Cox or Alice Roberts (the latter of whom I had not heard of until 5 minutes ago), please let me know and I shall publish a few lines about it. I should not wish to be unfair. I do not wait with bated breath, however.

Yes, but…Monsieur Rentoul, those other crises were not used as a method of bringing in a police state by stealth. The Great Reset and the Great Replacement (etc). The “panicdemic” is being so used, and not only in the UK.

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Well, this week I got 6/10, thus again beating John Rentoul who scored 5/10. I did not know the answers to questions 4, 6, 7, and 9 (and had to rack my brains to get question 10).

When I lived in Kazakhstan, in 1996-97 (a full year), I invited a friend at the Bar (let’s call him “Teddy”), a train buff par excellence, to visit me in Almaty (former Alma-Ata) by train. I found out what that would entail: a Eurostar journey from London to Paris or Brussels, then a train journey to Moscow, where he would have to change trains by going to another of Moscow’s several mainline stations. Then a 77-hour journey across the Russian countryside and then steppe to Almaty.

Like the character in, I think, one of Evelyn Waugh’s novels, Teddy thought that “abroad was bloody”, and told me that, because of his ideological opposition to the Channel Tunnel (I first heard of UKIP from him, maybe a year or two before a lady with whom I lunched told me about it), he would be unable to come. I think that the real reason was that he was nervous about negotiating his way across Moscow alone and with not a word of Russian; that, and the sheer discomfort of 77 hours on a post-Soviet express train. Thus Teddy missed out on seeing a then rather green and pleasant city full of pretty girls.

I quite like trains, though it does help, on a really long journey, if you are lucky enough to have the sort of accommodation used by the Tsars of all the Russias, or that of the Orient Express. When Andrei Sakharov was recruited to Stalin’s hydrogen bomb project, he travelled to the secret town where it was to be made aboard his own train car at the rear of a normal passenger train. The carriage contained a bedroom for Sakharov and his wife, a dining room, a kitchen operated by a cook, a lounge area, and accommodation for his several NKVD bodyguards (or should that just be “guards”?).

My own longest train journey was an involuntary one in the 1980s from Vienna to Ostend, and very uncomfortable it was. On the morning of the second day (departure having been in early evening), I got out at Cologne, wearing only a dressing gown, in order to buy pretzels on the platform. It was then that the train started to move. Had it not briefly stopped about 10 seconds later, giving me time to get aboard (non-central closing doors, thank God), I should have been stuck at Cologne Station with almost no money, no clothes, and no proper shoes; no passport either.

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