Category Archives: Boris Johnson

Diary Blog, 21 January 2021

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Re. “the virus”:

In fact, I believe that well over 99% who get “the virus” recover, or at least do not die from it or with it.

Indian “clever boy” Rishi Sunak is indulging in what might be called fantasy economics. Having said that, now would be the time to borrow massively for real investment in Britain’s future, but instead of that Sunak and his colleagues have shut down much of the productive part of our society, and are spending the enormous borrowed billions on merely keeping companies and individuals “ticking over”.

Very true. If you read the idiotic panegyrics on Twitter, you would think that the Great White Hope had descended from the skies. The last time that happened (I mean the hysteria) was when Great not-white Hope Obama was elected. 2008; sworn-in, 2009.

Obama, a “half-caste” if you like, or mixed-race, was hailed basically because he was “black” (European-race mother, African father).

Obama was not much good, but he at least tried to give the USA a decent or half-decent health service which did not leave half the population without proper care. I credit him with that. What defeated Obama was the whole inertia of the American system, which is designed to create drag on the Executive.

I once had a vinyl of that, but played by Segovia [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andr%C3%A9s_Segovia], who played it slower. I preferred that version, bought when I was 14.

Segovia was the best.

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Whatever the virtues of the Hong Kong Chinese (and they have several; I have been there), the UK cannot take more immigrants, especially up to 4 million! This is madness. Boris-idiot is a traitor.

Paul Bernal, above, a descendant of the part-Jew scientist and Communist, J.D. Bernal [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._D._Bernal], is a very silly person. He often likes to “remind” people via Twitter that “free speech does not mean freedom from consequences“. It is surprising, even in the contemporary UK, that a professor of law could write anything so stupidly unthinking. After all, that formula could be used to justify the repressions on free speech in Stalin’s Soviet Union, or Mao’s China. Yes, please speak freely, if you don’t mind being then shot or put into a prison, or labour camp! Asinine…

By reason of the post-1945 and then post-1989 proliferation of new “universities” (some genuine, some not), Britain is also now cursed with a plethora of “professors” of all sorts. Putting it colloquially, two-a-penny.

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Diary Blog, 17 January 2021

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Kate Ferguson, who is apparently Westminster Correspondent at the Sun “newspaper”, and who apparently does not know that the phrase she is trying to use is a variant of “…and with one bound he was free”… I mean, this is not some ignorant pleb tweeting. Oh, no…wait…

Yet another unintended comment on the state of British “journalism” and “journalists” today.

There are few considered more anti-Israel or “antisemitic” than me, but credit where due— this is, on the face of it, a tremendous achievement.

The “virus” fall-out

The various Government measures to mitigate, not the virus but the Government’s own policies in relation to it (“lockdowns”, “tiers”, quarantining, etc) bought off real popular opposition last year. The Government took a leaf from the book of Aneurin Bevan [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aneurin_Bevan], who said that he had bought off opposition from medical doctors to the establishment of the NHS by having “stuffed their mouths with gold” (i.e. allowing senior doctors (“consultants”) to take on private work as well as receiving relatively high NHS pay).

“Furlough” payments ensured that, in 2020, many received effectively the same pay as before, but for no work (“furlough” was capped at 80% of net pay to a maximum of £2,500 p.c.m., but that was close to 100% for most, when the costs of just having a job are factored in: travel, snacks, drinks, clothes etc).

Many others were able to “work from home”, which might have had disadvantages for some but many advantages for others: no travel costs; a saving of (?) 1-5 hours of travel on the day, depending on the commute; the possibility to organize the day to suit the employee; no “boss” people supervizing the employee directly, or able to see what the employee is doing during the working day.

Naturally, the higher-paid working from home would have been, and are, in a better position than the lower-paid: perhaps large detached houses, perhaps also with swimming pools, tennis courts, large gardens in which to relax etc. One could imagine some, working in between swimming, and perhaps drinking Chardonnay ordered online and delivered to the door (I seem to remember that, even nearly 20 years ago, Sainsbury’s would not only deliver my wife’s orders, but actually take the stuff into the kitchen for her).

Also, companies started to demand Government help. Even those run by tax exiles such as Richard Branson. Some help was given.

Not everyone was taken care of by Government largesse. The self-employed, thhose running the smaller and one-man companies etc. The majority of the population, though, was shut up in both senses by Government order and Government money. Even the unemployed (etc) on Universal Credit, got a £20 a week increase.

Now, however, after much to-ing and fro-ing, we find ourselves back in “lockdown”.

Once again, the furlough is extended. Once again, failing businesses are, in some cases, being propped up, smaller airports among them. For how long, though?

Today, we heard that Newquay Airport (which I myself used a few times in the past) will be given money. I do not know whether other airports I used to use, e.g. Exeter and Southampton, are in a similar position.

Let us examine what might happen. Let us say that “the virus”, whether because of natural decline, the vaccine(s), whatever, disappears some time in 2021 from the UK. Air travel will take a long long time to recover, especially if countries are to insist on quarantines and “virus-free” certification. Will UK airports, airlines, ground services etc need or demand propping-up for years? Is that even possible?

We read that the UK Government can borrow money at very low, almost zero, interest at present. Good, but for how long?

We now read that the Government wants to reduce Universal Credit by £20 a week, while chucking those currently on it £500 in cash. There may be a revolt by Conservative MPs, and a possible Government defeat in the coming days.

The argument over UC payments presages coming disputes. No matter how much can currently be borrowed by the UK Government, eventually that will become unsustainable. What then? Already, State benefits paid to the unemployed are at their lowest since 1992 and, according to other calculation, overall benefits were not this low in real terms since the 1960s, which however was a era of, effectively, full employment.

The present government cannot simply, say, raise the State Pension (“Old Age Pension”, as was) entitlement age from 66, where it will be from 2022, to he age of 67, or 68, or 70, not without a massive backlash from voters aged over 65, and they are a half of all Conservative supporters: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-politics-47909281. They are also far more likely to vote.

In other words, if the present government hits the pensioners or those looking at shortly becoming pensioners, it is toast.

The Government is looking at the unemployed and others as targets because they are less significant electorally, though at the same time, 40% of UC claimants are actually not unemployed but are in low-paid work.

Unsurprisingly, Indian “clever boy” Rishi Sunak is not going to introduce a windfall wealth tax. He wants to extract money from the poor or poor-ish, while not dooming his party electorally.

What about demand in the economy? Already low. The poor spend all or almost all of what they have; they have no choice. The rich, given extra money, invest it, often in hedging assets: property, savings accounts, gold etc. It makes sense to give more to the poor and less to the rich (however defined).

Once the various mitigation measures tail off, unemployment —and discontent—– will soar.

One can see storms coming. God grant social-nationalism the way in which to take advantage of them for the good of the people. “For the good of the people is the highest law” [Cicero].

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Meanwhile, the USA has concentration camps today, both at Guantanamo and elsewhere, including secret ones. The inmates are in many cases treated as badly or worse than were those in WW2 Germany, or even the Soviet Union’s GULAG operation. The American concentration camps have doctors too, as does the CIA.

Interesting.

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Trump! While you still can, PARDON the Capitol Stormers, PARDON all social-national and allied prisoners in Federal custody or incarceration, PARDON Snowden, PARDON Assange!

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Jewish privilege?

The “@Amy_amorie” Twitter account is usually worth seeing.

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Or, with apologies to Orwell, “nigger” [etc] = bad language, but “gammon” = OK language…

Surprising, perhaps, that Andrew Neil put it that way, but then again he is very much pro-Jew and pro-Israel, and ranted a few times on TV (on his now-defunct late-night BBC2 show) about “Nazis”, “racists” etc. Demeaning (to him); it takes the gloss off his being the best political interviewer in the UK.

Prepare now…

The “new” politics (since the 1960s), now everywhere…

In the end, it will have to be confronted…

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We shall see…

Peter Hitchens makes, once again, a good point, but fails to point out that the present Kiev regime, posing as the legitimate overnment of the Ukraine, is a complete Jewish-Zionist sham. All the top ministers are Jewish, and at least one is actually an Israeli!

The whole point of the law is its cool impartiality, its judgment of the facts by a jury, and of the law by an impartial, dispassionate judge. If judges are going to start offering politico-medical lectures from the bench, it changes us into a completely different kind of country. In effect, a defendant in such cases is on trial for his opinions, not his actions.

Does Judge Matthews desire such a state of affairs? I doubt it. In that case she should not do this again. But I fear someone else will. Much that we used to know and trust about this country is vanishing with amazing speed.” [Peter Hitchens, Daily Mail].

All very true. Part of the problem is that “District Judges” (the old stipendiary magistrates) are not, in the traditional sense, real “judges”. Mostly solicitors who have applied for these rather simple jobs, which however pay quite well (I think that a full-time DJ gets about £110,000 p.a. now).

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Diary Blog, 16 January 2021

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Very true. Recently, in the evening, I drove out of the nearby Waitrose store, about a mile or two from my humble home, and a woman crossed the road from the far pavement, riding a pushbike, and almost right in front of me. Dark clothing, and not a light showing on her bicycle; and no reflective strips on bicycle or clothing. When I overtook her and looked in the rear view mirror, she and her bicycle were almost invisible even at that short distance, despite some street lighting. Had I hit her, no doubt I would have been exonerated, but only after the nuisance and inconvenience of having to explain myself to the police.

The problem that literate, erudite System journalists such as Peter Hitchens have is that they think that this is a “debate”, and not a war…

There is an international conspiracy in existence. The Great Reset. The Great Replacement. White Genocide. NWO. ZOG. The censorship which is now pervasive and gathering pace is just part of that conspiracy.

Writing letters to corrupt MPs, tweeting, blogging too, while certainly necessary, will change little.

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Alison Chabloz

Her latest (and not —very— political…) song: https://alisonchabloz.com/2021/01/16/caught-covid-from-the-cat/

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All part of the White Genocide recipe book: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/

Ha ha! I was featured in 2017 or 2018. Not since, as far as I know. The enemy must consider me and my blog relatively harmless! Still, who knows? Butterfly-wing effect?

The USA, “land of freedom”… If Trump had any sense or much courage, he would now PARDON all social-national and allied prisoners being held in Federal prisons, PARDON Snowden, PARDON Assange and others. Stick it to his enemies in the week or so left. Just do it!

Not sure how true the above is, in that one could cite regimes in Africa or elsewhere, but the mere fact that we now start to ask “is the UK Govt. worse or less competent than those of African states?” rather makes the point…

It is true, though, that the British people now have no competent government and also no competent opposition parties.

Hungary, I think (looking at the flag).

Yay! About time Priti Useless did something right. The penalties proposed are far too light, however.

“Jack” Monroe may not be on the same ideological page as me in several respects, but her activity around food poverty, low-income survival and child poverty is generally quite useful.

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Disappointing“? Ha ha…that’s the best that Rentoul has done for a long time, as far as I can recall. As for me, though I usually beat Rentoul, I too only managed 6/10. The questions I could not answer were questions 2, 3, 7 and 9. I would have got 7/10 right had I been able to remember that that little pro-Israel puppet, Sajid Javid, actually rose as high as Chancellor of the Exchequer (Question 3).

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The enemies of civilization will not be content until the world lies in multi-ethnic ruins. The woman shown below, Corinne Fowler, is yet another termite in the UK academic world, another instant “professor” (in her case, “Professor of Post-Colonial Literature”, or possibly “Associate Professor”, at the University of Leicester). https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9153499/Academic-says-GARDENING-roots-racial-injustice.html

Corinne Fowler (@corinne_fowler) | Twitter

Evil.

Should we be surprised? Perhaps not. The book’s title, Green Unpleasant Land, gives us an indication of Professor Fowler’s (pictured) thoughts on the countryside.
[“Professor” Corinne Fowler]

Apparently, one of her collaborators is an Indian called Raj Pal. Another is a Dr. Marian Gwynne.

https://uk.linkedin.com/in/dr-corinne-fowler-008b751a;

https://uk.linkedin.com/in/raj-pal-65898924;

https://www.cambrian-news.co.uk/article.cfm?id=130029&headline=Community%20News:%20Tywyn&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2019

Sir John Hayes, leader of the Common Sense Group of Conservative MPs, which has been highly critical of the Trust, told the Mail: ‘The National Trust’s charitable purpose is being stretched to its breaking point. The fact is the National Trust is losing large amounts of money at the moment, and sacking staff while spending time, money and energy on this nonsense.’”

Sir Roy Strong, the architectural historian and former director of the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Portrait Gallery agreed, saying the National Trust has gone ‘completely bonkers . . .” [Daily Mail]

Meanwhile, the National Lottery Fund has given the above nonsense £160,000…Taxation without representation…

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I rarely agree with anything said by the Israel-lobby or its collaborators, but…

Britain is now a massive version of the Augean Stables. It must be cleansed.

Tweeter “@harrisglenys1” is all too typical in contemporary Britain. Yet look at “@rob_marchant”: goes along with the “she” stuff. Eddie Izzard is not “she” (though he is a pain in the neck!)…

This whole nonsense has just gone too far.

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…and the USA is in a better place to do that as compared to the UK because, when the American railways were closed (those that were, and that was the overwhelming majority) Federal law ensured that the railbed and the tracks (meaning the rails) were left. Bridges were mostly left too.

In Britain, both before and after the disastrous Beeching/Marples “reforms” of the 1960s [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beeching_cuts], rails were taken up, sleepers removed, and —in many cases— bridges destroyed. The land was then ploughed, or built upon, with a few favoured tracks being eventually repurposed as leisure trails for walkers and cyclists, as with the Camel Trail to Padstow [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camel_Trail].

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[“Approaching Padstow, the Camel Trail crosses Petherick Creek on this bridge which formerly carried the North Cornwall Railway“– Wikipedia]

[“Part of the former Chippenham and Calne line, now a cycleway” –Wikipedia]

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Diary Blog, 13 January 2021

“Thoughts out of season”

Today, grey skies, dry, with little wind. In the neighbourhood where I now live, no noise at all. A strange feeling of stasis. Am I extrapolating too far in extending that to the society as a whole? Maybe not. Calm before the storm?

The latest “lockdown” has shut down society, economy, and politics to an extent never before seen in the UK, as far as I know, together with the same in early/mid 2020. As far as System politics is concerned, there is a clownish but still quite sinister UK Government, its sinister nature not entirely mitigated by its incompetence.

The official Opposition does not really exist, and is simply supporting Government policy (unsurprising in view of the fact that both parties are ZOG/NWO-dominated and that there may be no General Election until 2024), and Parliament itself is only pretending to sit. The Chamber of the House of Commons now only has a token number of MPs present when officially sitting.

The System msm has only one story— “the virus”. Everything else is all but ignored.

Under the surface, though, there is movement. We hear that half a million small and medium-size businesses are going under now or soon. Fools (including highly-paid “expert” fools in the City of London and msm) think that almost all of that hurt can be mitigated by “Government help”. Really? For how long?

In the end, notwithstanding government borrowing, the government of a country only has such financial resources as are the product of its economy. The UK economy has been partly, in fact largely, shut down for much of the past year. Now again, and until a date uncertain in March, April, or even later.

So far, the various “furlough”, no-eviction, and rent holiday measures have softened the blow, but they will not continue indefinitely.

The UK is heading for a massive economic and political crisis. There must arise a social-national movement to lead the way out of all this nonsense.

Online censorship

Heard a discussion on the Radio 4 Today Programme. “Baroness” Nicky Morgan [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicky_Morgan]. and some American Jew whose name and job I did not catch.

Nicky Morgan is promoting an Online Harms Bill, whch will cut down even the limited free speech online that still exists. The American Jew mentioned wanted even more strict “regulation”. There was (quelle surprise) no-one speaking up for freedom of expression online, unless is included the presenter.

The presenter asked the killer question, as I remembered it: “what if Twitter or Facebook decide to take down Nicky Morgan’s account, and perhaps decide to retain Vladimir Putin’s? You have no right of appeal anywhere...” Nicky Morgan did not even address that question, which is the most important.

As I have been blogging, speaking and (ironically, before the Jew lobby had me expelled from Twitter in 2018) tweeting for years, the point is that there has been “privatization of public space”.

The huge transnational quasi-monopolies such as Twitter, Facebook, ebay, Amazon, provide the citizen with no rights qua citizen, only worthless contractual rights as “customer”. There is no right of appeal to being expelled, not even in-house (worth a dime), let alone any right of appeal to an outside body such as a tribunal or court.

I suppose that the organized Jewish lobby, and their dupes, think it wonderful that the “far-right” “extremists” (so-called) may soon (as with the present Twitter/Parler/GAB situation) have nowhere to go online. When you take away the possibility to protest and put forward views and ideas peacefully, you open the door to violence, as John F. Kennedy said.

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I agree. In many ways, the old DDR (which I saw, briefly, just a couple of days, in 1988) was a real police state, and had been since Soviet occupation in 1945. On the other hand, the once-free UK is also getting that way: “laws” (and “advice”/”guidance” with almost the force of law), never really validated, or nodded swiftly through an elected dictatorship “Parliament”; mass media all singing the same tune in various ways; dissidents arrested if they dare to protest on the streets or even online; young scapegoats and teenaged sacrificial lambs (often with problems of autism etc) sent to prison for years on trumped-up “preparation of acts of terror” charges. Satirical singers prosecuted for irritating Jews.

Tweeter “@cashandcarrots” has obviously missed the recent “deplatforming” of so many people with “unapproved” views: in the UK, USA, Australia etc. Not just people complaining about the behaviour of Jews, or about the continuing black/brown migration-invasion, but people examining how “the virus” came about, and what is the real hidden agenda behind it and the vaccine campaign.

Hardy ha ha…

That tweet seems to be at odds with Lewis’s tweets to Alison Chabloz and others! See below:

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[a few of the abusive messages that caused self-promoting Jew solicitor Mark Lewis to be fined and censured by the Disciplinary Tribunal of the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority; he fled to Israel shortly afterwards]

Does it work with other types of skull?

Twitter has been fooling around with followings for years. When I was expelled in 2018, I had 3,000 followers. I suppose that, today, that would probably be about 6,000. In fact, many others told me that they had tried to follow but could not. There was shadowbanning etc. Meanwhile, there are those, such as “Mark Lewis Lawyer” (see above) and his one-time wife (they divorced after a year), washed-up local radio presenter Caroline Feraday, who bought tens of thousands of “followers” about 7-8 years ago.

Many Twitter accounts are Potemkin villages, with little behind them.

Twitter is basically a waste of time now, though I find it convenient to use the tweets of others in my blog.

That part-Jew clown is just posing as Prime Minister, as I have blogged since he took office.

Leaving aside the racial-cultural aspect, the prominent footballer, Rashford, is right to say that the feeding of poorer children is a complete disgrace.

Historical note

Paula Hitler’s 1957 statement:

Gentlemen!

Never forget this: Your names will long be forgotten even before your bodies have rotted away in the earth. But the name Adolf Hitler will still be a light in the darkness.
You cannot murder him by drowning his memory in your sick-buckets and you cannot strangle him with your filthy, ink-stained fingers. His name exists forever in hundreds of thousands of souls. You are far too insignificant to even touch him.

He loved Germany, he fretted over Germany. When he fought for honour and respect he fought for German Honour, for respect for Germany and when there was nothing left, he gave his life for Germany.

What have you given so far? Which one of you would give his life for Germany? The only things you care about are riches, power and never ending luxurious living. When you think of Germany, you think of indulging your senses without responsibility, without cares?

Trust me on this: The Fuhrer’s utter unselfishness in word and deed alone guarantees his immortality. The fact that the bitter fight for Germany’s greatness wasn’t crowned by success, like for example Cromwell’s in Britain, has a lot to do with the mentality of the people involved.

On the one hand the Englishman’s character is essentially unfair, ruled by jealousy, self-importance, and a lack of consideration. But he never forgets he is an Englishman, loyal to his people and to his crown. On the other hand, the German with his need for recognition is never first and foremost a German.

Therefore it doesn’t matter to you, you insignificant beings, if you destroy the entire nation. Your only guiding thought will always be, me first – me second – me third.

In your worthlessness you will never think of the welfare of the nation – and with that pitiful philosophy you wish to prevent the immortality of a giant?

What I wrote down immediately after the war has been proven to be correct. That my convictions are true is evident even as late as 1957.

Signed, Paula Hitler, Berchtesgaden, May, 1st. 1957

https://dailyarchives.org/index.php/archives/3594-paula-hitler-s-1957-statement

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paula_Hitler

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Absolutely correct: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2016/11/17/social-nationalism-and-green-politics/

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Useless African “Covid marshal” tells jogger that “running is not allowed”. Jesus Christ! This country!…

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Diary Blog, 10 January 2021, including police state Britain

Britain was once thought of as “a free country”

Now look at it. Middle-aged ladies handcuffed behind their backs because they are wicked enough to sit on a bench overlooking the sea.

Two young women stopped and each given £200 fines for the “crime” of having driven (separately, at that) to a lake about 10 miles from their homes, where they were planning to take a walk together.

They, and/or similar women, were also fined because they had cups of peppermint tea.

I am not joking. Derbyshire’s pathetic and unpleasant plod force, which made itself notorious in 2020 for similar “poundland KGB” activities, informed the women that the tea counted as “a picnic”, which (ludicrously enough in itself) is “banned” under the stupid “virus” “lockdown” “rules”.

Another four officers appear to arrest a different woman for what she claims was 'sitting on a bench' on the seafront
[Britain 2021: Dorset Police arrest a woman for having been sitting quietly on a bench by the sea]

Forces across England have urged people to stay home and avoid travelling as they continue to fine rule-breakers. Pictured: Clapham Common, London
[Britain 2021: the police are now a militia force menacing the public; they loiter in threes and fours…]

Three police officers wearing face masks question a man sitting on a bench in St James's Park in central London this morning
[Britain 2021: three police —again— try to intimidate a person taking a rest on a park bench]

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9130133/Police-told-fine-Covid-rule-breakers-just-ONE-verbal-warning.html

It comes as footage emerged showing three police officers surrounding a woman for allegedly leaving her house more than once in a day.

Another four officers appear to arrest a different woman for what she claims was ‘sitting on a bench’ on the seafront.

The new rules were on full show on Saturday when a woman was surrounded by three police who claimed she had left her house more than once.

The woman, who is joined by an elderly man, bursts into tears as the police interrogate her over the alleged lockdown violation in Bournemouth.

The officer, who was wearing a face covering, continues but the woman starts crying and wipes her eyes.

She says: ‘How have I acted anti-socially, I was sat on a bench having a cup of coffee, that is not anti-social.’

One officer tells the first woman: ‘At the moment you’re allowed out for exercise once a day.

You’ve been filmed today in the town centre and around here and walking up and down.’

Meanwhile the cameraman walks over to another part of the promenade where a woman is being cuffed by four different officers.

The four officers lead her away in handcuffs while other pedestrians ask why they feel it is necessary.

The footage comes to an end as the second woman is led to a police van while the first continues to bicker with the police.

Derbyshire Police faced criticism on Friday for taking the lockdown crackdown too far after officers swooped on two friends for driving just seven miles to go for a walk at a beauty spot.

As a result, the ‘intimidating’ force is reviewing its Covid operations after getting clarification about the rules, with West Mercia Police also mocked for threatening to fine people £200 for playing in the snow.

Elsewhere, Norfolk Police revealed a couple had travelled 130 miles from their home in Wellingborough in Northamptonshire to Horsey on Thursday to look at a seal colony.” [So?]

Last night, the Broseley and Much Wenlock division of West Mercia Police tweeted: ‘There have been two reports of snowballs being thrown last night between 11 and 11.30pm.

This is obviously not a justifiable reason to be out of your house, this behaviour is likely to result in a £200 Fixed Penalty Notice for breaking the lockdown rules.’

Meanwhile, Derbyshire Police fined beautician Jessica Allen and her British Airways flight attendant friend Eliza Moore £200 each for driving for a socially distanced stroll at Foremark Reservoir, which despite not being her nearest park is only 10 minutes from her house. 

The pair were also told their cups of Starbucks peppermint tea, which they bought at a drive-thru, were not allowed because they were ‘classed as a picnic’. 

Current lockdown guidance instructs the public to limit exercise – including running, cycling, swimming and walking – to once per day, and says while people can leave their home, they should not travel outside their local area.” [Daily Mail]

As seen in 2020, official “guidance” and “advice” is being conflated with law. The whole idea of the “rule of law” and “a society under law” is trashed by such conflation.

The sheer state of this country! Yes, police warning or threatening about snowballs thrown in people’s own gardens, or getting hold of some old lady, handcuffing her hands behind her back (as seen on American “reality” TV…) and bundling her away, “mobhanded”, may all seem somehow funny or eccentric, but in reality this is now not even the “toytown” police state seen 8, 9, 10 months ago. This is now becoming a real police state.

There is now no legitimate (or competent) government, no check on that by a viable official Opposition. The Press, radio and TV mostly retail government propaganda and the “fake news” of the misnamed “SAGE” scientific drones [aka “DUMB”— Department Under Matt and Boris]. As for “journalists”, 95% of them just spout officially-approved news. Soviet Britain.

It is not confined to the “virus” “panicdemic”. We see the attack on free speech continuing too (and not only in the UK…across the Western world).

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I would have more feeling of “solidarity” had Maajid Nawaz and Niall Ferguson (and Peter Hitchens, and Toby Young and Douglas Murray and others) said one word of support for me when I was disbarred at the instigation of the Jew lobby: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/

Neither did any of those people mentioned say one word of support for Alison Chabloz, persecuted and even prosecuted for singing satirical songs about the hoaxes and fakery around the so-called “holocaust” farrago.

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Dan Snow, the personification of unmerited System privilege.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-9129667/PETER-HITCHENS-time-afraid-future-freedom-country.html

I feel a dark, oppressive foreboding which makes spring seem very far away. Why is this? [Peter Hitchens, in the Mail on Sunday].

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NWO/ZOG manipulations, “lawfare” etc. A Gordian Knot. Cut that knot.

Excellent. The Twitter account “@echtDutch” is always worth seeing.

Radio 4 politics

Just listening to some Radio 4 politics show. Oh, dear…They interview Margaret Beckett, now a member of the House of Lords. As an MP, an expenses cheat and freeloader who made sure to employ her husband on expenses as well. Unlike most British politicians, not a complete idiot, but her greed and careerism vitiates her better qualities.

Now they interview the Jewish former Conservative Party leader, Michael “Howard”. Not a particularly nice person, but far from the worst of the Jews in politics in the UK.

Finally, an interview with Joanna Cherry, described as “a senior member of the SNP”. I suppose that that is so, but the very idea that the SNP can have a “senior member” is a bit of a joke, bearing in mind that the SNP had only a handful of MPs until 2015.

Joanna Cherry seems another not particularly nice person: a rather bullish lesbian, several of whose Parliamentary staff complained about being bullied, both by her and by her office manager (Joanna Cherry herself was officially exonerated later). There have also been problems over her expenses since 2015.

Britain deserves better politicians.

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I was a practising barrister, and during the years 2002-2008 was based in Exeter (professionally; I lived in Brittany from 2005). Local politicians and bureaucrats are often deadheads. The few I met in Exeter were no exception.

So what does the Government of Clowns do? Make the entire country stay at home on pain of penalty…

You still see tweets and other comment to the effect that the first and second “lockdowns” did not work because a very small number of people broke the (probably legally invalid) “rules”. What nonsense.

The real fallout from the “lockdown(s)” or shutdowns will come later, when the British people will be unable to get medical care, dental care, jobs, decent pay, and when their children will be unable, after pointless further education, to get even the most basic work, or much of a future.

Little Matt Hancock. As for Keir Starmer, the Jewish-lobby puppet now posing as Labour leader, he thinks that the only thing wrong with “lockdown” no.3 is that it should be stricter or tougher! So…everyone should sit at home and wait to starve?

What a total limp waste of space this Starmer is! I have heard two interventions from him this week, the “Government should be supported but do it tougher” statement today and, a few days ago, “People should now resume weekly clapping for NHS (or whatever)”. That one fell totally flat too.

No System party now has any legitimacy.

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Diary Blog, 9 January 2021

“Virus”

A good example of the police-state madness now abroad. Also, a good example of the Twitterati-twit in action.

I have had occasion to blog in passing about that tweeter, “@drjanaway”, on a previous occasion. NHS psychiatric medic. Even less pleasant than “Dr. Dim”, whom I mention here: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/07/18/theyre-coming-to-take-me-away-ha-ha/

Some of these types would be more at home in the old DDR (East Germany). “Obey the Government rules or else”…

I notice that Dr. Janaway has well over 40,000 Twitter “followers”. There again, demented creature Louise Mensch has 289,000! Some pop groups have millions.

More and more people are waking up to the political irrelevance of Twitter, though it has its uses; and see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/08/16/twittering-to-the-birds/

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John Rentoul may have to accept that his general knowledge is nowhere near as good as his specialized political knowledge. At least he is honest enough to publish his generally poor results.

I have beaten Rentoul almost every week for months, since I started to follow his Saturday quiz attempts from the i newspaper. We have tied once, or maybe twice. I think that he beat my score once, a week or two ago.

This week, Rentoul scored poorly again, 3/10. My score was 5/10. I failed on questions 4, 6, 7, 9 and 10.

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So speaketh the “liberal” Twitter-twits…I was unsure who this is; had to look him up [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Haig]. An odd person who seems to think that, in our contemporary world, you have free speech even though every single online or offline platform may be denied you. I suppose that the idiot means that you can go outside and shout in the street (until Matt Haig or some similar twit complains).

Another “liberal” friend of censorship and the police state, who wants to ban “dangerous” people from communicating dissenting views.

I agree with Griffin on the encroaching police state, but setting up alternative online platforms etc can only be a partial answer. Boots on the ground…

Ah, if only those with public profile, such as Peter Hitchens, had defended my free speech rights, and other rights, when the msm publicized my 2016 disbarment; I was disbarred for having tweeted five tweets on general aspects of society, particularly the Jew-Zionist backstairs influence everywhere, by which I mean legal milieu, politics, msm etc. But no…Hitchens said not a word.

Hitchens also failed to speak up for Alison Chabloz, prosecuted by Jew-Zionists and then CPS for having posted online her songs mocking “holocaust” fakes and hoaxes. She is still being both persecuted abd prosecuted.

Meanwhile, Jo Brand can, with impunity, incite violence against Nigel Farage and others, and a tidal wave of filth and violent incitement comes from Jewish “comedians”, many paid millions by the BBC and other msm outlets.

Something must be done.

Ha ha! (see below)

As in “blacks burn down city in peaceful protest“…

Well, I’m waiting…

For years, decades, I have heard Americans yapping about their “right to bear arms” etc, but the main thing about all those privately-held arms seems to be to show them off at gun shows.

Well, leaving Trump aside (he’s a waste of space anyway, as I have always said), here you are, America, up against it. What are you going to do about it?

…and —guess what?— it’s a (((Cohen)))…

That must be right. God’s sakes, even someone as basically amiable as me, placed by Fate in such a role, would be more dictatorial than Trump has been!

Cultural purge now! While we still have white European culture left…

Exactly. I started to understand that in the 1970s, and fully understood it by the early 1980s.

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Even a social-nationalist (?) tweeter gets it wrong! Romanian passports, yes. Romanian, no. Gypsies from Romania. How hard can it be?! The face is the real passport!

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The whole of the UK is facing a form of police state tyranny now. It was a “toytown” police state, but is now changing form and becoming a real police state, with the convenient “virus” panic as a cover.

Catch-22. Either the quasi-monopolies of the online space act like autocrats and arbitarily (meaning, usually, at the instigation of the Jewish lobby) chuck people off their platforms, or the State “regulates” those platforms, resulting in the very same dissidents being censored or removed. No difference; same result.

In fact, while we are talking about online platforms (and the msm)…

…and replace “terrorism” with “Coronavirus“…

The UK death toll supposedly “from” “the virus” (i.e. with the virus, and other conditions in almost all cases) is about 78,000 now, in the past year. About one out of every 900 people in the UK.

This is not a game, but war. So far, only one side (the System side, mainly via the Jewish lobby and its “antifa” dupes, and also —in the UK— via the police and CPS) is really playing.

Tweeting, blogging, posting ideas, may be all good, but they do not win this kind of war, whether in the USA, UK, Germany, wherever.

If the above is true, then it sounds quite hopeful…

A lot of things are happening all at once now. Well-known and even famous people being censored or expelled from Twitter etc, platforms such as Parler subject to concerted attack, the UK Government now seriously trying to institute a real police state both online and in the streets. Just a few examples. If it can happen to the President of the United States, what chance has the average Joe got?

This is all part of the Great Reset and Great Replacement. The latest stage of the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.

2022 is fast approaching. An even more significant year than 1989, the previous one in the 33-year Zeitgeist cycle. The secret and/or secretive Western cabals are preparing to seize the world agenda as they did in and around 1989, but in a different way. That is why they either created “Covid-19”, or used its existence as a way of clamping down on free speech (as well as on street demonstrations, travel etc).

This blog

I am trying to get this important information out to as many people as I can before the System, possibly using the Jewish lobby or part of it, prevents me from being able to post the truth. There is that danger.

True, my blog only reaches a relatively small number of people (I do not believe that I have ever had 1,000 hits in a single day, and the norm is less than half of that number), but not many other bloggers (if any) are posting some of the stuff I write. I —and my blog— are certainly targets.

Readers of this blog can help by sending my articles and diary pages to others, or linking to this blog in whatever those readers themselves write.

Talking about this blog and its readership numbers, I started writing this blog in late 2016, so have now had 4 full years of operation. 2020 was by far the best year in terms of numbers of visitors and numbers of hits.

The number of both visitors and hits in 2020 was more than double the number of visitors and hits in 2019.

In 2020, the number of hits was 8-9 times the numbers achieved in both 2017 and 2018 (which years resulted in similar numbers of hits).

As for the number of visitors, the number in 2020, while over double that of 2019, was around 6 times that of both 2017 and 2018.

Diary Blog, 8 January 2021

What a huge surprise. Not.

So 7 African migrant-invaders and stowaways, who threatened the captain and crew of a vessel in British territorial waters, necessitating a full-scale Special Boat Service operation (including “hot-roping” to the deck from helicopters overhead), will “face no further action”?

In other words, they have got away with it. The criminals are now in the UK, housed at public expense, fed at public expense, and paid pocket money out of public funds. Their first action now will be to get on their mobile phones and tell their friends and family to come and leech off us here. In fact, they probably already did that.

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People like tweeter “HackerNuke” are ubiquitous on UK Twitter too. People who think that a good criticism of the Daily Mail is to say, “hey, you supported Mosley in the 1930s!“, which for one thing is not fully accurate (the Daily Mail support for Mosley lasted only from 1931 to 1934: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oswald_Mosley#Fascism).

In any case, Mosley was far more right than wrong in the 1930s.

Apart from which, that was, after all, 80-90 years ago. Today, the Daily Mail is very different, and pervaded by Jewish influence (google “Ian Millard barrister Daily Mail” and you will see how they tried to pillory me in 2016).

Similarly, you see people who call Tesco or Marks & Spencer “Jewish” companies, which may have been true once, but is no longer the case, and has not been so for decades. Institutional and other very large investors are now in the driving seat; those companies are no more “Jewish”, or Jewish-influenced, than much of the present UK economic sphere.

Betty Redondo, a BBC drone. Typical. That utter me-too political fool, Keir Starmer, also jumped on to the “clap” bandwagon a couple of days ago. Just before its wheels fell off! Ha ha! It just shows, again, how totally out of touch both the msm and Westminster milieux really are.

As I said yesterday, no-one where I live was clapping or banging pots and pans, thank God. That seems to have been the case all over, in fact.

Exactly. Annemarie Plas, whoever the hell she is, has had her 15 minutes of fame, but wanted to make some kind of career out of it all, as I blogged yesterday. She saw one-trick pony, Caroline Criado-Perez, make a kind of career out of similar “activism” (book deals, an OBE, paid speaking engagements etc), and thought to emulate her. She even tried to get a Christmas bell-ringing thing going on the same basis as the horrible clapping.

For me, the most horrible aesthetics of the UK panicdemic nonsense are or were, firstly, the facemask nonsense; after that, the mass clapping nonsense.

Tweeter “@jessjanehill”…yet another msm drone…

Trump

As I have blogged before, Trump still has time in which to make prolific use of the Presidential Pardon. Assange. Snowden. Any social-national prisoners in the Federal prison system. All those who stormed the Capitol in Washington D.C. Just do it!

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Advocating“? How about “taking by force”?

Unsurprising, though infuriating. Derbyshire Police really have put the plod in policing. Look at the way in which they allowed themselves to be used by the Jewish lobby in the persecution of Alison Chabloz. That’s before you even get to their behaviour in behaving like a poundland KGB during the first “lockdown” craziness in 2020.

As to those women, they need to appeal those tickets tout de suite, while some semblance of justice still exists in the UK. They have obviously not been in breach of the law (the law, that is, not the wishes of Little Matt Hancock, or the arbitary decisions of the local police superintendent).

The Three Unwise Men?

I’m lovin’ it!

Now start pardoning, Trump!

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Hard to believe that that is being played by Polish schoolgirls, and not by professional musicians.

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https://twitter.com/Oak74679721/status/1347528108283453440?s=20

Conor Gogarty is the Chief Reporter for the Bristol Post. It is no longer surprising that someone in such a job can call words “dangerous“. Police State UK, 2021…

Conor Gogarty, Chief Reporter for a provincial newspaper, would much prefer the people to get their news from “trustworthy” and “accurate” outlets, such as the Press and breakfast television. Oh, no, wait…

Read that thread. Read some of the comments by the Twitterati-twits, wishing death, illness, humiliation, imprisonment on that defendant.

What had that bad criminal done? Oh, he had attended a demonstration against “lockdown”, so of course had to be dragged to a court before a “judge” (district judge, i.e. magistrate), lectured by that purse-lipped woman (who seems to think that she is a female Judge Jeffreys), then fined £1,500. All for having tried to exercise normal civil rights in the midst of a bout of public hysteria whipped up by government and the mass media.

Smug typical Twitterati-twit “@nickbates67”, patronizingly misunderstanding. Wilfully misundestanding. The defendant was fined for having opposed the “panicdemic” measures, in effect.

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Hitchens is up the creek here. There is more evidence for “Covid-19”, even in the extreme nonsense form, than there is for (non-existent) “gas chambers” in WW2!

In fact, though he was certainly not a very “nice person”, Senator Joseph McCarthy was largely correct. There was a Communist conspiracy in places such as Hollywood in the 1930s and 1940s, and most of the conspirators were Jews.

What are the limits to resistance? Are there any?

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Diary Blog, 5 January 2021

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Repression of freedom of expression intensifies in the UK

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-9112627/DOMINIC-SANDBROOK-new-witch-hunters-policing-airwaves-chill-core.html

DOMINIC SANDBROOK: Why the new witch-hunters policing our airwaves chill me to the core…

OFCOM…these are the people who, with their new regulations about so-called hate speech on television, pose a deadly threat to freedom of expression.

Since its foundation in 2003, Ofcom has clamped down on material likely to incite hatred and violence. It has a statutory duty to protect viewers from harm — which seems fair enough, on the face of it.

But its new regulations go far beyond that.

Ofcom’s definition of ‘hate speech’ — a formula used at first almost exclusively for racism or anti-Semitism — runs as follows: ‘All forms of expression which spread, incite, promote or justify hatred based on intolerance on the grounds of disability, ethnicity, social origin, sex, gender, gender reassignment, nationality, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, colour, genetic features, language, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth or age.’

I make no apology for quoting at such length, because it’s worth appreciating how mind-bogglingly broad the definition has now become — so broad that it includes almost any vaguely contentious opinion.

To censors and puritans, such as the ‘woke’ witch-hunters who police social media, all this is a gift. Indeed, the new wording might have been deliberately crafted as a Christmas present for professional victims and offence-takers.

“…And here’s the most egregious example of all. According to Ofcom’s definition, anything that spreads or justifies hatred based on ‘political or any other opinion’ now counts as hate speech.

Robust arguments and strong words are a necessary part of any healthy political discourse. Giving offence is part of being human. So is learning to take it.

And what about Ofcom’s chillingly broad — and potentially very dangerous — phrase ‘any other opinion’? In effect, this implies that any criticism of any opinion, no matter how obscure or trivial, could be construed as hate speech.

Of course, Ofcom insists that it has no such intention. Freedom of speech, it says piously, is terribly important and will always be taken ‘into account’.

But what does that mean in practice? It’s just an empty phrase, with no guarantee.” [Dominic Sandbrook in the Daily Mail].

Quite a lot of what Sandbrook complains is driven (and has been for decades) by the Jewish element. I notice that Sandbrook, himself Jewish, seems to imply that censorship of “antisemitism” or “racism” is OK. No, no, no.

Still, we see now that even msm drones are getting worried about what has been set in train (mostly during the Tony Blair elected dictatorship).

A few of my own experiences of repression in recent years: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/

Meanwhile…

Corona secret state…

So much for “liberal” Canada!

Authorities in Quebec City, Canada have announced they will isolate “uncooperative” citizens in a coronavirus facility, the location of which remains a secret.

During a press conference, Dr. Jacques Girard, who heads the Quebec City public health authority, drew attention to a case where patrons at a bar were ordered to wait until their COVID-19 tests came back, but disregarded the command and left the premises before the results came back positive.

This led to them being deemed “uncooperative” and forcibly interned in a quarantine facility.

“[W]e may isolate someone for 14 days,” Girard said during the press conference. “And it is what we did this morning…forced a person to cooperate with the investigation…and police cooperation was exceptional.”

The health official then outlined how the state is also tracking down people for violating their home quarantine and forcibly removing them to the secret facility.

“Because we have had people isolated at home. And then, we saw the person was not at home. So, we went to their home, and then told them, we are isolating you where we want you to be,” said Girard.

As we previously highlighted, the government of New Zealand announced similar measures, saying that they will put all new coronavirus infectees and their close family members in “quarantine facilities.” [Summit News]

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Sign of the times

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9112749/Sisters-heartbreaking-pledge-13-year-old-brother-stabbed-death-park.html

The death reported in the above link took place in a place which I know, or did know about 50 years ago.

As a child in the 1960s and as a teenager in the 1970s, I lived (with a 3-year break in Australia) on the outer fringe of Reading, on the border of South Oxfordshire, an area called Caversham Heights [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caversham_Heights], which is only a mile, if that, from the crime scene reported upon. As a 15-year-old, I was a junior member of the Reading Golf Club [https://www.readinggolfclub.com/], which is in or by the nearby suburb of Emmer Green [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmer_Green], and the golf club land abuts that where the crime seems to have taken place.

At the time when I played there, around 1972, there were no other golf clubs in the area. I believe that two others now exist not far away, developed from what were cornfields in 1963, 1970, and even 1977.

I notice from the Daily Mail photos that, since the 1970s, the immediate crime scene area has changed from being rural to being basically suburban. Around the crime scene there now seem to be streets, houses (1980s or 1990s housing, from the look of them), where before there was no housing at all, as I remember.

As to the alleged crime itself, I am loath to comment without knowing more, particularly now that charges have been laid, but what does strike me is the general slide of the UK into criminal violence, spreading out from the urban zoos to areas previously largely unaffected.

I should add that I am not now a golfer. My enthusiasm did not last very long.

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Suggested name for a Turner Prize entry: “The Scape-Virus”…

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[Holman Hunt, The Scapegoat]

What happened? Could snivelling Gove not get his usual cocaine delivery?

Some people call YouTube, “JewTube”. No doubt just ill-informed “prejudice”…

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Worth clicking on that to read the whole thread.

What about this?!

God, what ghastly rodents! The whole lot of them would fall to the ground gibbering and begging for mercy were a single SS man to face them down.

Police-state Britain, 2021…

A pleasant scene, though I am no dancer (neither is Lukashenko, judging from the clip!).

An unusual tweet. As for the weapon in the righthand photo, if I am not mistaken, that is a Roman short sword [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gladius#Pompeii_gladius].

The implication and in fact purport of the above tweet is that “lockdown is the popular choice”, whereas to me the subtext is “the British people have become a bunch of scared rabbits, compliant to authority, and unwilling (perhaps unable) to think for themselves”…

According to cocaine-abuser Gove, the latest national house arrest may be in place in England until March. What then? Another stint? Will the people of this country ever wake up? Maybe when it is too late. Maybe when what is left of the NHS has been entirely ground down (leaving “Covid” aside, that is already happening). Maybe when those who still have a job find that their pay buys almost nothing.

Once again I —somewhat to my surprise— find myself in agreement with Maajid Nawaz. Must be the second or third time recently.

Freedom, what freedom?

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/anti-lockdown-activist-arrested-dressing-23248926

Historical talk

Sounds interesting.

Gardens

A garden is a lovesome thing, God wot!

Rose plot,

Fringed pool,

Fern’d grot…

[Thomas Edward Brown, My Garden; https://www.bartleby.com/101/793.html]

Was just re-watching this (below). Incredible.

Diary Blog, 4 January 2021

Rewilding

Good to see that at least one large landowner is doing good for the animals and birds: https://www.tatler.com/article/anders-povlsen-uks-largest-private-landowner-scotland-rewilding-interview

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Strange. Until the 1990s, as far as I know, most of the drivers were women.

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Grow fruit trees in the desert

Interesting, though I myself live far from any desert!

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I agree with tweeter “@AnnaSvendsen4” as a general principle, though there are honourable exceptions (individuals) within the non-white populations, just as there are dishonourable exceptions within European humanity.

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Julian Assange

This is President Trump’s chance —while he still is President— to cut through the tangle by granting Assange pardon.

As to Hitchens’ comment about journalists, how true. There are few real journalists around, these days. The journalistic trade (and Hitchens is right to term it a trade, and not a “profession”, as often seen) has become just a politically-correct, virtue-signalling bunch of “me-too” serfs.

The Bar, despite being traditionally a profession, and not a mere trade, is no better now.

Not one member of the Bar stood up publicly to support me after I was wrongfully disbarred in 2016 (following a conspiracy by a pack of Israel-supporting Jews; see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/). Not one…

The same has been true in the Alison Chabloz case. Few if any “journalists” (or lawyers) stood up for her right to sing satirical songs.

[Alison Chabloz]

The old saying (Voltaire?) that “I hate what you say but will defend to the death your right to say it” is met, in today’s UK, with incomprehension, closely followed by hostility. Look at the (mostly) virtue-signalling (mostly) idiots on Twitter. Typical in that way.

Cultural Marxism

Pretty good, but fails to point out, explicitly, the Jewish roots of all that.

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I was —and remain— pro-Brexit, but as I predicted years ago would happen, Brexit has been criminally and indeed possibly deliberately mishandled, not least by Boris-idiot.

Ha ha! “Double and triple the guard...”

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Diary Blog, 30 December 2020

University Challenge

Watched a recording of University Challenge, an alumni match between Reading and New College, Oxford: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000qsjx.

Pretty poor, as with previous alumni matches this Christmas. I did far better than either team. Amazing how ignorant many of these “respected commentators”, TV journalists, novelists etc, are.

Tweets seen today

It is very strange that all or virtually all the Twitter accounts of Jews, that I have seen, are very much pro-“lockdown”, the facemask nonsense etc, just as they are for censorship, and the prohibition of “unapproved” opinion. I do not know why that should be, unless it is something ingrained…

Cyprus was better under British rule. Having said that, the lack of freedom is becoming widespread in the UK too, now.

Quite typical Jewish attitude [see “Kate Morgan”, above]…

Many will empathize with “@Amy_amorie”; there is a pervasive brainwashed society all around us.

The present UK Government is a Jewish-lobby, finance-capitalist cabal. On that premise, the importation of millions more unwanted migrant-invaders is almost guaranteed…

Ah, Cohen…I wonder what kind of “person” that is?…

Britain, 2020…

Along the same lines, I was watching the TV game show Only Connect [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Only_Connect] yesterday. At one point, a clue involved the Shakespeare play The Two Gentlemen of Verona, and the accompanying picture showed two blacks!

And nowhere has her misrule been more damaging than in Germany itself.

In a nutshell…(see below):

“The virus”

The head of the WHO emergencies program, Dr Mike Ryan, said: “The likely scenario is the virus will become another endemic virus that will remain somewhat of a threat, but a very low-level threat in the context of an effective global vaccination program.

Ryan warned that the next pandemic may be more severe. “This pandemic has been very severe … it has affected every corner of this planet. But this is not necessarily the big one,” he said.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/dec/29/who-warns-covid-19-pandemic-is-not-necessarily-the-big-one.

If a really lethal “pandemic” were to strike, killing most people, our civilization might have to rebuild. However, it could rebuild better. To that extent, I agree with the World Economic Forum. https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

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Evening thoughts

Went to Waitrose. Slightly busier than usual in the evenings. Still a black-clad and mask-wearing Handmaid’s Tale militiaman stationed by the entrance, presumably to deter non-wearers of facemasks.

Later, watched this evening’s alumni match of University Challenge, this time the Courtauld Institute against St. John’s, Oxford. Once again, both teams not much good, in fact downright poor. I certainly did better than both. An Indian woman called, I think, Ghoswami, was notably poor (she thought that Baku might be the most northerly major city of China, among other hopeless answers!); as for the other team, a Jewish woman called Klein knew almost nothing, though admittedly she did correctly identify a painting by Veronese which I thought was probably by Raphael.

Just realized that I used the last of the Kirsch watching that show, and will not be shopping again for a few days: https://www.waitrose.com/ecom/products/kirsch/063037-32017-32018

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While I myself am not a member or, as such, “supporter” of “Patriotic Alternative”, I feel that these mostly young people are basically on the right lines. A political party is one route, setting up community or communities is another; there are other ways too. Those routes are not opposed to each other but complementary, like the fronts in a major military campaign or war.

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