Category Archives: Party Politics

Diary Blog, 24 June 2021

Batley and Spen by-election

I am updating daily my blog post about the upcoming by-election: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/

Right royal nonsense

I see that this crazed and nominally “Conservative” government reaches new heights of absurdity.

First, we see that there is to be a new Royal Yacht. £200 million or more, to be taken out of the Defence budget, at a time when the Navy (despite its new aircraft carrier) has few warships, at a time when the Royal Air Force has few planes, at a time when the Army has never had fewer soldiers (not since the early 19thC anyway), at a time when air bases, naval ports, and Army camps have been mostly sold off to speculative builders in order to create featureless, poorly planned tract developments, and hutches for immigrant hordes.

In “fantasy succession”, one could imagine a scenario whereby, “by a series of unfortunate events”, the Royal Cuck, Harry of that ilk, would be crowned King, with Meghan, the Royal Mulatta, as Queen…

What a spectacle for the impoverished Brit plebs, as the Royal Yacht sails serenely offshore, the Mulatta lounging in a deckchair while talking on mobile to Hollywood moguls about yet another interview with “Oprah”…as the offspring play deck quoits and amuse themselves by observing the backward poverty of the “white folks” on the nearby shore.

More right royal nonsense

I have found another good candidate for my “Deadhead MPs” series, one Jo Morrissey [Con, Beaconsfield]. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joy_Morrissey. She wants every home, office etc in the UK to put a picture of the Queen on the wall.

This brainless bimbo’s Wikipedia entry mentions her Masters’ degree from the LSE (“European Social Policy”…no information about her first degree though I believe that it was from Ohio State University) but nothing about her having apparently appeared in soft-porn films; her Wikipedia entry is also lacking in other important information. Neither does her own website mention anything at all about her background.

Ms. Morrissey has UK/USA dual nationality but seems only to have been in the UK since some date after 2000; presumably married to a UK national, but “nothing known”. She is 40, and lives in Ealing, at the extremity of West London.

In 2009 she played the female lead in sex comedy Geek Mythology in which complications arise when a nerdy inventor discovers an ancient artefact which makes him irresistible to women.” [Ealing Herald].

One sees pictures of heads of state (who are often also the heads of government) in other countries, where such pictures are accorded a reverence not usual in the UK. I remember seeing the Shah’s photo up at Teheran Airport in 1967, and in Turkey, when I spent a number of months there in 2001, one saw the picture of Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey, everywhere. God help anyone who disrespected such a picture!

While I do not strongly object to this idea, it is not very English, not very useful, and overall a bit silly.

Pictures of Jo Morrissey MP:

Official portrait of Joy Morrissey MP crop 2.jpg

Jo Morrissey’s maiden name (she is on her second marriage) was Inboden. A German or German-Swiss surname not uncommon in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Looking at her features, though, I wonder whether there is not some other (((element))) there as well.

Jo Morrissey is MP for Beaconsfield, a seat formerly held by Dominic Grieve [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominic_Grieve] and, very long ago, and on very different boundaries, by Disraeli [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Disraeli].

Well, there it is. More nonsense at Westminster, as the country slides.

Tweets seen today

Brilliant for street criminals; not so good for anyone else.

A member of the Mariinsky Ballet was badly injured recently in St. Petersburg when he came off an e-scooter at speed.

Even the above is not the whole picture of the madness, because those “19 deaths from Covid” are in reality “19 deaths within 28 days of a positive test”. Many tests are false positives, and most people in that “19 deaths” bracket died anyway of other causes, even car crashes!

Diary Blog, 23 June 2021

Batley and Spen by-election

I am updating on a more or less daily basis my blog post about the upcoming 1 July 2021 by-election at Batley and Spen: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/.

Tweets seen today

Labour is fading. This is one of the worst governments ever in the UK, led by some of the worst people, yet Labour is flailing and failing. Reason? It has no identity now, no real principles (except those most English people oppose, such as “anti-racism” hysteria), and no vision. Oh, and no real leadership (Keir Starmer is just a Jewish-lobby puppet).

As for opinion polls, they are inherently unreliable because they always add up to between 85% and 100%, as in the poll featured in the tweet above (93%), the remainder presmably being “Don’t Know”, yet in actual elections the turnout is rarely above 80%, typically only around 70%, and sometimes (especially in by-elections) far below that. The rigged 2016 by-election in Batley and Spen had a turnout of only 25%.

Not that that means that, in 2016, the other, non-voting, 75% at Batley and Spen supported the dissident who assassinated the previous MP, Jo Cox, but it may be that those non-voters did not support either Labour or any of the small parties that did stand. Tracy Brabin was voted in by 85% of those who did vote, but that means only by about 21% of the entire eligible electorate.

Voters, particularly though not exclusively white English voters, at present have no party for which to wholeheartedly vote. I accept that elections are a no-win situation for social nationalists now, in the urban areas where white people struggle to be a majority. All the same, if a tightly-controlled party could get a solid 10% or even 5% of the popular vote, a number of avenues might open.

The sort of “nationalist” candidates seen at Batley and Spen, however, are just a kind of not very interesting political bad joke.

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Poor stupid old guy…no doubt well-meaning, but that is hardly enough…

I wonder whether the families of the thousands of “groomed” (abused) girls agree with him? I doubt it. The same might be said of the schoolteacher recently driven from his home and position by Islamist fanatics.

As to Owen Jones, the faux-radical scribbler, here is my assessment of him from a couple of years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/04/a-brief-word-about-owen-jones/

Afternoon music

[Paris under German occupation, early 1940s]

News items seen

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/security-guard-accused-killing-9-24377701

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/article/photos-of-abandoned-places-around-the-world

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That “Dr. Julia” pontificates about Coronavirus etc, but apparently neither virology nor epidemiology are her specialist fields. She tweets about how she makes her small children wear facemasks even outdoors. She’s a bit of a crank, in other words.

In any case, never trust a “political doctor”: David Owen, Hastings Banda, Papa Doc Duvalier, Liam Fox, that ghastly woman who was the MP for Totnes for a while (etc)…

I have blogged about Jew-Zionist pest and Twitter/Internet troll Ben Gidley in the past (see, eg, my blog post of yesterday’s date). @bengidley is or was not only @bobfrombrockley but also @inthesoupagain (“suspended”, i.e. expelled) and @antinazisunited (frozen; last tweet was in 2019).

Why Gidley uses the photo of Johnny Cash, God knows. There is no physical resemblance.

It is, I believe, against the rules laid down by Twitter to have multiple and/or trolling accounts in that way, but he has been doing that for at least 9 years if not longer.

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Diary Blog, 22 June 2021

Listened to part of the pathetic and irritating BBC Radio 4 Today Programme. Little Matt Hancock promoting his NHS app and medical records non-privacy nonsense. No concern for personal rights, or personal privacy.

Little Hancock expressing pleasant surprise that (apparently) almost no-one has had flu in the UK for 18 months. Seems, on the face of it, to see no connection between the “Covid-19” “panicdemic”, the faked statistics thereof, and the “surprising” statistics about flu.

Good sense has almost fled from the UK.

The UK was shut down pointlessly, with huge economic damage and huge but non-Covid health damage. The Government are a bunch of clowns, advised by twerps such as Professor Ferguson and crazed quasi-Communists such as the Michie woman. The propaganda pumped out has led to a population resembling fearful rabbits (especially older people), and all the nonsense around the situation, especially the facemask nonsense, is supported zealously by the Twitterati twits (of course), who are always wrong about everything.

Look at the latest news. “Vaccine passports”, which liar-in-chief “Boris”-idiot swore would never be introduced, now are going to be introduced, though under other names. Meanwhile, it is clear that “Freedom Day”, already postponed once, will probably never happen, and if it does, will both not live up to its name and/or be short-lived, until the next (supposedly “necessary”) “lockdown” shutdown.

When will people wake up and “just say no”? Ever? I am doubtful. The UK population is now so weakened by political correctness, and also by the fear of the State and social pressures brought on by State propaganda, that I fear that few will dare to be dissident.

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I think that I was the first, or one of the first, several years ago, to identify Jew troll Ben Gidley (@bengidley), who writes absurd sociological gibberish at Birkbeck/Goldsmiths (University of London), as being the same as “@bobfrombrockley”, and also various Twitter trolling accounts, including “@inthesoupagain” and “@antinazisunited”. That troll used to tweet against me on a daily basis until, finally, he and other Jews conspired successfully to have me removed from Twitter in 2018.

Incidentally, Hitchens has the wrong Twitter name there: the correct one is “@bengidley” (not “@ben_gidley” (though that latter may well be yet another of the little bastard’s Twitter accounts) .

…and that, of course, is the plan— atomized individuals, unable to gather together, complain or protest together, even talk together…

What is now happening in System party politics, eg by-elections etc, is a “Schauspiel” or spectacle to fool the British people, akin to when teenage louts take a beachball from a small boy and then tease him by throwing it to each other as he stands, upset and confused, in the middle, until some sensible adult sorts them out.

Yes, there might be a slight change or tweak of policy, but not much, if, say, the LibDems were to win 80 seats (in some unlikely scenario) and so deprive the misnamed Conservatives of the Commons majority. The LibDems usually back the present Government; indeed, Labour, the supposed official Opposition, usually votes with this absurd Government of complete idiots.

Don’t be fooled though. Behind Boris-idiot, behind the other “dirty democratic politicians” (as Hitler called the same sort in the Germany of the 1920s), behind fake “Labour”, behind the LibDem play-politicians, stand the ZOG (Zionist Occupation Government) and NWO (New World Order) cabals.

Well, I do not remember 1970s London as particularly wonderful, but overall it was still better than London in 2021. It had rough edges, but was not yet the zoo it has become.

There are shortages now. I notice that in the local Waitrose (the nearest small town to my home has only that one supermarket, and a Marks & Spencer food hall). Sometimes there are very limited choices in the fresh food areas. Fruits, some vegetables too. Is that the eventual idea, to make people line up for rations, as (at times, for some) in socialist East Berlin, or provincial Soviet cities in the pre-1989 era?

Think “The Great Reset”…NWO/ZOG…depressed scurrying crowds, all wearing masks, clutching their vaccine passports, desperate to be allowed to buy basic foodstuffs and to be permitted to travel beyond their local areas.

Question: at what point does actual uprising become the only choice left? Another question: will there soon even be any people with both intelligence and spirit, and who are both willing and able to rise up?

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Well, having known a few Finns, including one girlfriend (in the 1990s) I very much doubt that Finland really is the happiest country in the world, but it is a very good country all the same, I think. Why would they spoil that by inviting immigration, especially non-white immigration? Are there (((snakes))) in their cold Garden of Eden?

Late tweets

“Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,
And by opposing end them?” [Shakespeare, Hamlet]


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Diary Blog, 21 June 2021

A few political thoughts, on “the longest day”

Well, it is the longest day of the year in terms of light v. darkness. That’s all about that. About politics, though, that is not all. First of all, we continue to see opinions about the Chesham and Amersham by-election upset. People saying that it was about HS2 and lax conservation of the Green Belt. Others saying that all three System parties favour HS2. Some talking (ludicrously, to my mind) about (another) “LibDem revival”, while said party is scoring only about 7% in national polling.

I admit that I had thought that the misnamed “Conservatives” would retain Chesham and Amersham, though with a large LibDem protest vote.

I think that the way to look upon such a result (and the one in Hartlepool recently) is as akin to, say, the Brexit Referendum. A kick at the status quo.

People are not satisfied with the way the country is declining, want something done, and see that the System parties are useless and indeed often hostile to their interests, but see also that there are no credible parties outside the System either.

Look at Batley and Spen. A Labour candidate in effect trying to benefit from the sympathy vote around her assassinated (5 years ago) sister, which sympathy vote may not even exist, in that the 2016 by-election was totally rigged by having no main party opposition; the turnout was only 25%! Some “sympathy vote”! About 80% of eligible voters did not vote Labour in 2016! Makes you think.

The Conservatives, if they win at Batley, will not really win on merit, but because people, especially white people (the people “formerly known as” English…) have given up on Labour. The former Labour voters, if English, will either abstain, or vote Conservative, but I would guess mostly abstain. As for the Muslims, who are very important in the by-election, they would until recently have all voted Labour, but now that it is clear that Labour is totally controlled by the Jewish lobby, will either abstain or vote Galloway (“Workers’ Party”).

Look at the joke “parties” and candidates on the “British nationalist” side at the by-election! Ann Marie Waters and Jayda Fransen! I would not vote for either of those were I in Batley and Spen! Forget it…

What most English (I say “English” specifically) people want is an English form (no uniforms and salutes!) of National Socialism, but brought into the contemporary milieu as pan-European social nationalism. The problem is that most of those people do not know it…and of course are misled by “the usual suspects” in the msm.

Then we have the continuing nonsense around the Coronavirus “panicdemic”. Continuing facemask nonsense, continuing and hugely damaging lockdowns etc. Apparently, there will be a fourth “national lockdown”! All because of the “Indian variant” (aka “Delta variant” in case Indians are offended), which in most people has symptoms akin to a mild cold. This would be ridiculous, but of course is really part of a transnational conspiracy, imposition of a “Great Reset”.

Talking about political parties in the UK, only (a few) Conservative Party MPs have even turned up at the House of Commons to protest against the recent lockdown extension. The Labour, LibDem and SNP MPs did not attend. Not one. So much for “democratic choice”! Like a box of Soviet chocolates— different shapes, but all with the same filling!

Tweets seen

Well, George Galloway may be a political joke, but msm drones like John Sweeney are not always reliable sources either. Sweeney once called IRA murderer Martin McGuinness [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_McGuinness] one of his “political heroes”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Sweeney_(journalist).

…and much, maybe 90%, of that refers to the Jewish-Zionist influence and/or control over the British mass media…

That is not the only aspect, however. We are now seeing a similar pattern of control and censorship in respect of the “Covid-19” “panicdemic”:

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Diary Blog, 20 June 2021

Young white lives don’t matter (at the BBC) https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9704235/BBC-sparks-discrimination-row-banning-white-people-applying-18-000-trainee-job.html

“The BBC has sparked a discrimination row after only allowing people from ethnic minorities to apply for a trainee position.

The broadcaster is advertising a one-year, £17,810 trainee production management assistant role with its Science Unit in Glasgow, but the position is ‘only open to black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates’.

Positive discrimination is unlawful under the Equality Act 2010, but ‘positive action’ is allowed for trainee and internship roles in areas where there is under-representation.” [Daily Mail].

Under-representation? It was recently exposed that the proportion of blacks working in the UK as TV presenters etc is in fact greater than their proportion in the population. In soaps, TV ads etc, there is huge over-representation of blacks and the mixed-race.

Just another example of the slow but accelerating attempt at the deliberate replacement of white (European) people, who have created almost everything of value in the world for the past millennium, and arguably for several millennia.

Batley and Spen by-election news

Apparently, Kim Leadbeater, the Labour candidate, and sister of Jo Cox, who was MP for a year (2015-2016) did fail to appear. Well, in a sense one could feel sorry for her, parachuted in by Labour to be the candidate, when she is not a politician and indeed only joined Labour very recently so that she could stand at Batley and Spen.

Kim Leadbeater was once, and notionally still is, a physical education teacher, but I read that she has in fact lived in recent years mainly from monies provided by the “charity” set up as “Jo Cox Foundation”. I have investigated that “charity” in the past. Rather doubtful, to say the least.

Labour Party rules require candidates to have been Labour Party members for at least a year, but so desperate were Labour’s leaders to cash in (as they thought) on the “sympathy vote” around Jo Cox (who was assassinated by a dissident, 5 years ago), that the usual rules were bent or broken for Kim Leadbeater.

I am not so sure that the said “sympathy vote” exists, in fact. The 2016 rigged by-election (at which the other major System parties and UKIP declined to stand) gifted Tracy Brabin, the Labour candidate, a vote-share of over 85%, but that was not only in a situation where only minor or crank candidates opposed Labour, but also on a miserable turnout (25%).

As I blogged a few weeks ago, the Labour vote at Batley and Spen declined to 55.5% in 2017, then again to 42.7% in 2019: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batley_and_Spen_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s. My blog post: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/.

The latest opinion polling:

As noted previously, George Galloway’s candidature may well sink Labour. There might be nothing between the two major System parties without Galloway in the contest. Even then, though, and even were Labour to win by a handful of votes, that would still signal that Labour is on the way out in strategic terms.

American legalized child abuse

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-57442175

Hard to believe that this is permitted. So much for the so-called “land of freedom”…

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For which the Cabinet of Clowns continues to impose lockdown/shutdown nonsense, facemask nonsense, and other nonsense (eg mass vaccination). As a result, 12.2 MILLION people in the UK await NHS treatment, inflation is taking off, whole industries are ruined, and the self-confidence of the people has never slumped so low.

Oh, “Bob from Brockley”…I had almost forgotten about that irritating and unpleasant Jew. He (real name Ben Gidley, a sociologist at London University: https://www.bbk.ac.uk/our-staff/profile/8746457/ben-gidley) used to troll me daily from his other Twitter accounts (notably “@inthesoupagain”) when I myself still had a Twitter account. His trolling went on for years, and on a daily basis. Some of his troll accounts were closed down by Twitter, though his “@antinazisunited” account is still, I think, there, though frozen for a couple of years now.

“BobfromBrockley” is basically a pro-Israel, pro-Jewish account on Twitter, though posing as “socialist” and pro-Labour Party, specializing in the pathetic and outworn slogans of the “socialist” past: “non pasaran!”, “Never Again!“, “Venceremos!” etc.

Ha…I notice that someone else on Twitter has noticed:

Incidentally, that photo is not “Bob from Brockley”, i.e. Gidley. It is an early mugshot of the singer Johnny Cash.

Groupthink.

George Galloway

I am scarcely a fan or supporter of George Galloway, but it has to be admitted that, without his candidature at Batley and Spen, the by-election would be the usual meaningless (((controlled))) contest between two or three System parties. Now, at least one fake party (Labour) will probably lose a seat it has held for some time (since 1997). Galloway will then have achieved his objective, if only at the cost of giving a boost to the other main System party.

Though I despise the Conservative Party as it now is, I hope that Labour loses at Batley and Spen.

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Labour is very much now again in the pocket of the Jewish lobby. The Conservative Party has long been so, especially since the 1990s. I suppose that is why George Galloway has a good chance of both retaining his deposit at Batley and Spen and also of denying the seat to Labour. Where will the Muslim vote go? Not to the Conservative Party, and now not much to the Labour Party, so that leaves Galloway as the likely recipient of quite a lot of the Muslim vote. He will probably get at least 5%, and may even get 10%.

35 years later, at the age of 70, Plisetskaya danced for one evening only in Almaty, Kazakhstan. I lived there at the time, and went to the ballet once per week (it was a fairly short walk from my home). My then girlfriend wanted to see Plisetskaya dance, even at such an age. Unfortunately, the tickets were sold out, so we never saw the famous ballerina [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_Plisetskaya], whose husband, Shchedrin [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodion_Shchedrin] is a fine composer (still alive and aged 88), but whose music is not really known in the West, certainly not to the general public.

Late tweets

Diary Blog, 19 June 2021


Britain’s (and the world’s) developing NWO/ZOG regime

An interesting article seen today: https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/feeling-downtrodden-you-aint-seen-nothing-yet/:

We are living under tyranny. The novelty of our situation has made its essence difficult to grasp, while the comforts that we still enjoy (for now) are concealing this reality for many, but the direction of travel is clear. The British government, and other governments, are operating through propaganda, censorship, deception, whisper networks, diktats, smear campaigns, political corruption and political repression to disseminate a pseudo-scientific narrative and ideology intended to entrench their power.

Government scientists, claiming to be speaking apolitically on the basis of ‘pure scientific facts’ are producing, on commission, pseudo-objective recommendations to camouflage an unrelated set of policies intended to achieve political and economic ends. At the same time, other government scientists manipulate the public with terrifying images and slogans, to pressurise against examining the government claims too closely.

The real policy agenda is fundamentally destructive and unpopular. Nobody was asked about it, nobody voted for it, and nobody wants it, except for the powerful global corporate, financial and political powers which are now collaborating to install it though force and fraud.

This is the pandemic: a global shock doctrine used as cover fundamentally to restructure global society.

The next political step in the plan remains the total social control matrix represented by immunity passports. For the moment, Britain is kept in lockdown because the lockdowns are required in order ‘to escape’ via vaccine passports; this too, of course, will not be an escape but an enslavement. Further steps will involve intensifying persecution of the ‘anti-vaxxers’, that is, all opposition to the government as it becomes more nakedly tyrannical, along with actions to co-opt opposition, misdirect it, misrepresent it and deflect it. A variety of active measures have begun already, for example the reported mandatory vaccination of NHS and care home workers.

Two weeks ago New York asset manager BlackRock began purchasing whole neighbourhoods of single-family homes in the United States. The idea is to shift from an ownership to a more profitable rental model. As the World Economic Forum says: ’You will own nothing and you will be happy.’

You actually will be a slave. Your social existence will now be made dependent on an algorithm determining how good a slave you are.” [Daniel Miller, writing in Conservative Woman online magazine].

In the UK, this is manifesting in various ways rather rapidly.

The country is split into two: the majority, perhaps vast majority, who take everything about “the virus”, its supposed importance, and the measures taken around it by government, at face value; and the smaller section of society who realize or have realized that “something is going on” that has little to do, directly, with necessary public health precautions etc, but much to do with the creation of a kind of disguised police state combined with the simultaneous creation of a panic-driven “public fear state”.

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Well, once again I beat John Rentoul. He scored 6/10, but I trump that with 7/10. I did not know the answers to questions 2, 3 and 10 (though hit the post on question 2, thinking that it was 25 years and not the correct 20).

Much as I have little or no time for Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer, I am yet surprised at some of those opinion poll responses. Boris-idiot leads a charmed life (so far)…

As for Andy Burnham, I realized years ago that he was a likely Labour Party leader (amid a poor selection bunch) but I see from the opinion poll that while about half the respondents would be more likely to vote Lab were Burnham to be leader, and only 10% less likely, 41% are unsure. Maybe Burnham is seen as dull (just like Starmer).

The problem for Labour, as I have blogged repeatedly, lies not only or mainly with its leader(s) but with its whole raison d’etre.

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Most of the measures taken have been a complete waste of time. That applies particularly to the facemask nonsense.

Roanna Carleton-Taylor and “Resisting Hate”

Twitter users will have seen many tweets by one Roanna Carleton-Taylor of Derbyshire (near Chesterfield), who was the mainstay of yet another hate-filled “anti-fascist” “organization” (consisting of a small number of lunatics and/or non-Brits). It is or was (possibly defunct now) smaller than the better-known and mainly Jewish “anti-hate” hate orgs such as “Hope Not Hate” and “United Against Fascism”.

“Roanna” was on Twitter as “@antifashwitch” and is now “@oilpaintwitch”. She has tweeted about me occasionally in the past; also about Alison Chabloz and others. She is friendly on Twitter with a few mentally-disturbed Jewish and other trolls in North London and elsewhere.

I have just seen a WordPress blog post about her, her husband, and others, which post is so plainly libellous (though I believe probably true) that I decline to quote from it or even link to it here.

Not that I am worried about being sued. My financial status now is such that I am effectively “unsueable” (to the chagrin of a few ambulance-chasing Jew lawyers and others!). Also my legal skills are still (mostly) there (despite having not had professional outing for many years). The Jews on Twitter have often mocked (what they assert were) my poor talents, but the unpleasant old Jew Q.C. who led the complaint against me to the Bar Standards Board in 2014 (resulting in my disbarment in late 2016) wrote to the BSB that, inter alia, “[Millard] has a strong and subtle intelligence“, if I recall his letter aright…

“Resisting Hate” seems to have imploded now, and “Roanna” has turned to painting. Her oils, some of them, are not too bad in fact, rather odd but quite original. Not sure what to call them. Something in the Primitive category, maybe. I am probably not qualified to categorize them. They have a certain soulfulness, suffused with foreboding.

In fact, I am often interested to see what happens to those who say “bad things” about me on Twitter and elsewhere, or indeed do bad things. These are or were persons who had never met me, knew little or nothing about me, yet were happy to laugh at my disbarment in 2016, laugh at my being expelled from Twitter in 2018 etc, and even to make malicious complaints about me to Internet organizations, professional organizations, even police organizations.

Quite a few of those mentioned above are now dead (natural causes, and “nothing to do with me, guv”…). I refrain from naming them because some troll would no doubt claim to the police that I am posting “grossly offensive” things. I sometimes amuse myself by reading the trolls’ (often still-extant) tweets attacking or mocking me. Who’s laughing now?…

Others have had other “tragic” events happen to them or to their families. Again, I choose not to give specific examples. Some of my most relentless trolls and pursuers are also now suffering from serious medical conditions.

“The stars in their courses fight on the side of the just” [Chinese proverb]

Migration invasion

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9702259/Exposed-Border-Force-tries-cover-missions-pick-migrants-Channel.html

This is direct evidence of a transnational conspiracy.

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Ha ha! George Galloway seems to be making the difference between either a very close win (for either main System party), and a Labour-crashes-in flames defeat (and so quite clear Con win by default).

Stunning…

As I remarked earlier, I might have little time for Starmer, but that people see “Boris” as more intelligent and, incredibly, more trustworthy than Starmer!… What dystopian parallel universe is this?

For me, leaving aside the plainly significant local factors, I should say that there is huge dissatisfaction with the present ridiculous government, but that, also, people have nowhere to go as yet. Yes, the LibDems had a stunning by-election victory in Chesham and Amersham, but there is no LibDem revival generally; and very few will vote Labour in southern England outside (or even inside) London.

The overnight upsurge of Brexit Party in 2019 is a lesson not much taken on board. If it had not been “controlled opposition”, if its leader had been someone more honest and ideological than snake-oil salesman Nigel Farage, if Farage had not stabbed Brexit Party in the back during the General Election, if if if…

Still, if one party can do it, rise up “from nowhere”, another party, social national and more honest, could do the same…

Interesting perhaps, but there was a similar list before the 2019 General Election. I have no faith either that the LibDems will revive enough to become significant players on the national stage or, in the unlikely event that they were to repeat their 2010 successes, that the LibDems would not then sell out again, as they did in 2010, for ministerial portfolios and money.

Late music

Diary Blog, 18 June 2021

Chesham and Amersham by-election result

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesham_and_Amersham_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s

I called it wrong. My view, up to the morning of the by-election, was that the Conservative Party would hang on, though probably with a smallish majority. After all, even in the Labour landslide (perceived landslide, at least) of 1997, the Con vote in the constituency topped 50%, and the expenses-blodging of the Con MP made no difference at all in 2010 (60.4%).

Yesterday, during the day of the by-election, I saw from news and tweets that the LibDems were showing strongly, but I still did not think that, on balance, they could dislodge the Conservatives, who had held the seat with ease since its creation in 1974.

I was not alone in guessing at a likely successful Con defence. Here was the Chief Political Correspondent of the Financial Times, tweeting only yesterday afternoon…

…and that tweet was retweeted by Britain Elects [@BritainElects].

Now we know. The LibDem vote-share more than doubled to 56.7%. The Con vote slumped to 35.5% (from 55.4% in 2019).

The Green Party candidate managed third place, though losing her deposit; she scored 3.9%, poor compared to 2019’s 5.5%.

The Labour Party lost its deposit for the first time in the history of the constituency, scoring only 1.6% (compared to 12.9% in 2019). Only 622 votes, on a turnout of over 38,000.

Of the remaining four candidates, only Reform Party, the lame-duck successor to Brexit Party, scored above 1% (1.1%). Breakthrough Party 0.5%; Freedom Alliance 0.4% and, very much “tail-end Charlie”, Rejoin EU (0.3%). The last’s candidate, one-time Foreign Office man (and 1990s Con MEP) Brendan Donnelly, had made what must surely have been the least-convincing argument to the voters, i.e. that nothing could be done to help Chesham and Amersham people until the UK rejoined the EU!

My thoughts on the by-election, now that the results are known? First, of course, that this was the convergence of several factors such as, most importantly, the prevalence of tactical voting.

Former or otherwise Labour and Green voters seem to have taken the view that their preferred candidate was not going to win, and so they voted LibDem as the least-worse of the two main options.

Local factors (the usual LibDem strong suit) played a part: the trashing of the Green Belt by the present “Borshch Belt” government; the subservience of the “Conservative” government to the big housebuilding companies and their featureless tracts of expensive but unaesthetic housing; the continuing of the pointless and vandalistic HS2 rail project.

Turnout was low, about 52% (two-thirds of that of the 2019 General Election). Many former Conservative voters, perhaps angry at the HS2 situation, and/or the Con plans to build on the local Green Belt, seem to have stayed home.

My main interest in the by-election was to see how far Labour would slump. I correctly predicted from the start that Labour would lose its deposit, but I had envisaged a vote-share of just below 5%, not one well below 2%!

I suppose that Labour officials will be saying that Labour voters simply “lent their votes” to the LibDems, tactically. Some truth in that, of course, but for me the story is that Labour is very much on the way out now, and is perceived as a niche party rather than as an alternative government.

The Labour lost deposit in Chesham and Amersham will quicken interest in how Labour will do in the other by-election, at Batley and Spen, which is set down for 1 July 2021 (Thursday week). I have already blogged about that contest: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/.

The result at Chesham and Amersham certainly reinforces the view that Labour has nothing at all to offer most English people, and that most English people are alert to that fact.

I have blogged fairly prolifically about Labour’s loss of a role and a purpose in the post-1989 space. What is extraordinary is that Labour’s remaining supporters do not see what is in front of their eyes. For them, there are two main System parties, and Labour is one of them, and all they need to do is wait until the pendulum swings back their way.

In reality, Labour has lost Scotland forever, and any “Independence” (however defined) will mean that Labour would not even be able to form a UK coalition or minority government with SNP support. The 59 Scottish seats are vital.

The breakdown of the old Labour-voting industrial communities in the North and Midlands, and in Wales, leaves Labour like a spare guest at a festivity.

One could imagine that a charismatic Labour leader with real ideas might be able to reinvent Labour, perhaps along the lines of Blue Labour [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Labour], a kind of very watered-down “national socialism” in an English context.

There is no sign at present that Labour can do that. Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer is as dull as ditchwater, and has no interesting ideas at all politically or socially, like most barristers. Corbyn got halfway there, despite being not too intelligent and being almost uneducated.

Corbyn was too weak on the Jewish Question or “JQ”, while Starmer is just a complete puppet. Both also subscribe to the pathetic “Black Lives Matter” nonsense. Starmer was photographed on his knee, with Angela Rayner, displaying fealty to the nonsense. At least Boris-idiot has not done that!

Labour is now basically a party for some ethnic minorities, for some NHS and other public service employees, and for the sort of unthinking pseudo-“socialists” found on Twitter.

Of course, the LibDems will claim that this is the moment for their next big upsurge. Doubtful. The LibDems are currently polling, with the Greens, somewhere around 7%. The LibDems, and before them their ancestor-party, the Liberals, did this: have a big by-election success, followed by nothing very much. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1962_Orpington_by-election; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1958_Torrington_by-election; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1990_Eastbourne_by-election.

Could there be similar upsets? I suppose so, if there is dissatisfaction with the Conservatives, a by-election, and a seat where there is a strong LibDem presence but also where Labour and others have no real chance of success. However, I doubt that the LibDems are really reviving across the board.

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Ha ha! The sort of unthinking nonsense one would expect from that sort of creature. She managed to get to the age of about 30 without ever having had a job, after which she got in on the old “anti-racism” and local councillor freebie system. She is presently awaiting trial on a serious charge…”Vote Labour!”(if you are an idiot!)… [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudia_Webbe].

Incidentally, people might like to look at other deadhead MPs I have highlighted. Here is one (now removed from Parliament and living on the dole): https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/21/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-fiona-onasanya-story/.

Before the 2017 and 2019 general elections, several people (not markedly “extreme”) remarked to me that Corbyn seemed to be “surrounded everywhere he goes by a gaggle of black women”.

What is missing from the comments is that only those with documentary proof of recent vaccination etc can attend this year: https://www.ascot.co.uk/royal-ascot/plan-your-day-2021.

…and those masks take up to 450 years to break down into their constituent elements.

Refer to my comments made above in the blog today…

Diary Blog, 17 June 2021

Chesham and Amersham

By-election day.

I looked at the runners and riders a while ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/06/diary-blog-6-june-2021-including-the-upcoming-by-elections-chesham-and-amersham-and-batley-and-spen/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/16/diary-blog-16-june-2021-including-final-look-at-tomorrows-chesham-and-amersham-by-election/.

I concluded that the most likely result would be a Conservative win, though probably with a greatly-reduced vote-share. Now, however, it seems that there is a serious possibility of one of those unexpected LibDem (and, in the further past, Liberal Party) by-election upsets: Eastbourne, Orpington etc.

Well, I still think that a Con victory is more likely than not, but if the 2019 Con vote halved, and if the LibDem 2019 vote were to double, then…

My main interest in the by-election will be the Labour result. 12% or so in 2019, but Labour has come close to losing its deposit in the past, most closely in 2010. If I had to bet, I should say that Labour may lose its deposit today.

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Yes. I keep seeing crazy “rabbits”, mostly at or beyond retirement age, walking around on clifftops or alone on empty pavements, masked. Idiots. Complete idiots.

…and the prize for Hypocrite of the Day goes to Mark Lewis, the Jewish solicitor who moved to Israel in 2018 after having been found guilty on several charges by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority.

“The main thing in life is to treat others as you wish to be treated”, says he!

See, for example: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/11/update-re-mark-lewis-lawyer-questions-are-raised/.

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[“Russia does not have borders; it is wherever there are Russians“]

BBC Radio 4 PM

Just listening to the PM radio show. Pretty pathetic (as usual). Most of the time taken up with the “panicdemic”: virus variants, measures taken across Europe, blah blah…

More tweets about today’s by-election

Well, 2010 is a long time ago now, but do those people really not remember that, when the LibDems were offered ministerial pay and privileges for propping up the regime of David Cameron-Levita, they almost bit his hand off in their eagerness to cash in?

In reality, we have only a facade of democracy.

Labour in particular wants desperately to hold on to the fiction that it is a “national” party, fighting every seat, when the reality is that it is dead in much of the south of England outside London, dead in Scotland, and dying in the north of England and Midlands. A niche party for some ethnic minorities, some public service workers and a few other smallish groups.

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Alternative view: a persistent expenses-blodger and thief.

Alternative view: Britain has imported millions of unwanted immigrants in the past 50 years. They have been breeding prolifically. That is the main reason that housing is in short supply and/or priced at ludicrously high levels.

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Diary Blog, 16 June 2021, including final look at tomorrow’s Chesham and Amersham by-election

Chesham and Amersham by-election

I recently included an appreciation of the upcoming by-election at Chesham and Amersham in my daily blog: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/06/diary-blog-6-june-2021-including-the-upcoming-by-elections-chesham-and-amersham-and-batley-and-spen/.

The by-election is being held tomorrow. I thought to add my last-minute thoughts.

As I blogged previously, I see no prospect of any upset to the expected Conservative victory in that constituency. Even in 1997, the Conservative Party vote topped 50%, and has exceeded 63%. 55.4% in 2019.

Incumbency is usually helpful to a candidate, so it is an open question as to whether the new Conservative candidate will get a very high vote-share in what is, after all, a by-election.

It may be that there will be a protest vote favouring the LibDems, but I doubt that it will be anything like enough to dislodge the Conservatives. The LibDem vote in 2019 was 26.3%.

The main interest is in seeing whether Labour will lose its deposit. I think that quite likely. The Labour vote in 2019 was 12.9%: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesham_and_Amersham_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s.

The Green Party scored 5.5% in 2019, and it may be that that will increase at the expense of Labour. At any rate, it is hard to see many people bothering to vote Labour after Starmer’s lacklustre and indifferent attitude at Prime Minister’s Questions today.

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Well, you would think so, were you not aware how (to coin a phrase) “totally fucking hopeless” the Crown Prosecution Service is. The CPS is run by the Director of Public Prosecutions. Starmer was DPP. His predecessor was Alison Saunders. Both “totally fucking hopeless”, of course.

Time after time, since it started but especially in the past decade, the CPS has proven itself all but useless, stuffed as it is with mediocre (or worse) Common Purpose types.

For example, the CPS recently tried to pursue a case against persecuted singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz, based on a provision under the Public Order Act 1986. Such a prosecution requires the assent of the Attorney-General. When the matter came before the Westminster Magistrates’ Court on first appearance not long ago, it transpired that not only had the CPS not received the said assent, but that the CPS had not even requested it, being unaware of the necessity!

Alison Chabloz is now being prosecuted on the same alleged facts, but under anotherAct with a far less severe maximum penalty on conviction (her trial is set down for one day on 1 September 2021).

On the above premises, why would Starmer be any good in his present role? He’s only there because the Jewish lobby wanted Corbyn binned. Who better to “regain the confidence of Jewish people” (which the msm, quelle surprise, thinks is all-important) than someone who is completely in the pocket of that Jewish lobby, and who is married to a Jewish woman lawyer, their children being brought up as if fully-Jewish (celebrating all the Jewish supremacist holidays etc)?

Starmer is about 5 years too late. If he thinks that bringing up the Jo Cox stuff now will help Labour either at Chesham and Amersham, or at Batley and Spen, he is very much mistaken, in my view.

I was looking at tweets by such as political journalist John Rentoul. For people like that, Prime Minister’s Questions is meat and drink, but for most people, PMQs is scarcely even noticed. System Clown A scores point off System Clown B.

As to little Matt Hancock, I blogged about him nearly two years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/09/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-matt-hancock-story/.

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The real purpose of the facemask nonsense is quite other…

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Another cliche “mad psychiatrist”. A complete mask zealot too. It is more than worrying that idiots of this sort exercise influence in the UK. I feel sorry for her children though.

I am no medic but, looking at her tweets, she gives the impression of being rather unbalanced. Says that she works and has worked (at her campaigning organization) 80 hours per week, without days off. Since 2018. As a psychiatrist, she should know that that sort of schedule has deleterious mental health results.

True, the shouting mob scene was not very nice, but in the UK, opinion that does not fit the System narrative (pro-lockdown, pro-facemask nonsense, pro “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, pro-migration invasion etc) is now suppressed, and people are repressed if they voice dissident views on social media or even in blogs. On those premises, shouting crowds may, before long, be the least of the forms of resistance.

The mainstream media are now more or less the megaphones of the System. Those who work for msm outlets are more or less System propagandists.

Just one incident in the UK’s slow (?) descent into multikulti barbarism.

Well, though I do not disagree with everything he has said, Swayne is a complete waste of space as an MP.

Voting could change everything, if there were a real and credible alternative party for which to vote. There is no alternative party, just 2.5 System parties all under the same secret flag.

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Diary Blog, 14-15 June 2021

14 June 2021

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Boris-idiot is an appalling Prime Minister, but the masses seem to give him what the mediaeval revels called “the Fool’s Freedom”. That says more about the British masses than about “Boris”. As I wrote a couple of years ago, the British people have already discounted the many flaws and weaknesses of “Boris”, with the result that no scandal can touch him. He has, in the contemporary expression, “weaponized” his own deficiencies.

That leaves Starmer and Labour with yet another problem to add to their main ones— for what does Labour stand? What is Labour for? Effectively the same problem.

The Jew-Zionist lobby managed to get Corbyn binned. Starmer was put in Corbyn’s place, and all, or almost all, the Shadow Cabinet are now Labour Friends of Israel members. For the Zionist lobby, it really does not matter whether Labour fails to recover (entirely likely) or not. For the lobby, all that matters is that both System political parties of importance are under the Jewish/Israeli thumb (or heel).

It will be interesting to see what happens to Labour’s candidates in the two upcoming by-elections. In the first, at Chesham and Amersham, this coming Thursday (17 June 2021), Labour may struggle to retain its deposit. In the second by-election, at Batley and Spen (1 July 2021), Labour will be fighting to retain the seat.

Labour’s problem in directly electoral terms is not that its former voters might vote Conservative, Green, or whatever else, but that many will simply stay at home, whether literally or, in the case of postal voters, metaphorically.

I have previously blogged about both upcoming by-elections: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/06/diary-blog-6-june-2021-including-the-upcoming-by-elections-chesham-and-amersham-and-batley-and-spen/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/

I missed the tweet below (from weeks ago). I endorse the sentiments:

Interesting symphony

Joan Ryan

Many will recall Joan Ryan, the Israel-lobby one-time Labour MP, who was caught conspiring with Israeli intelligence officer Shai Masot a few years ago (Masot had a million-pound slush fund from Israel, with which to buy MPs, in effect).

Well, having been removed from Parliament for the second time, Joan Ryan, former Chair of Labour Friends of Israel [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Ryan], has now been given a position with another Israel-lobby organization: https://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/former-lfi-chair-joan-ryan-named-head-of-new-pro-israel-group/.

I wonder how much the new position pays. Joan Ryan likes money, was a noted expenses cheat and blodger in, especially, the 2005-2009 Parliament, and was one of the highest-claiming MPs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Ryan#Expenses_controversies.

Look at the last bit of that video, when the Jew, Masot, says that he has received a million pounds from Israel. The look of pleasure on the faces of Joan Ryan and her little sidekick!

Europe needs a Hercules, to cleanse the Augean Stables…

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15 June 2021

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Take away the unsustainable “furlough” payments, and take away the governmental support payments for small business and self-employed people, then ask the same or similar question again…and then ask a similar question a couple of months later. The “public opinion” will have shifted. Much.

The police have largely given up trying to police ordinary crime, and have shifted personnel and resources to trying to police socio-political expression, which is not their job (or their business). Much (not all but most) of it is driven (from behind the scenes) by the Jew-Zionist element aiming at the censoring of any criticism of the behaviour of Jews and/or Israel, as evidence my experience of some 4 years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/.

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In some ways, Cornwall is very different from England proper. I lived for a couple of years at Polapit Tamar manor house, about 4 miles north of Launceston, and only a short distance from the River Tamar itself (Tala Water, a stream that runs through the property, is a tributary of the Tamar).

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Exactly. “Controlled opposition”, which was engendered, arguably, by the Okhrana in the early 20thC (Father Gapon etc), is now seen everywhere. Julia Hartley-Brewer cited in the tweet above, but also think Delingpole, anyone in the Spectator, pretty much; also Breitbart, Tommy Robinson, Katie Hopkins, “Prison Planet” Watson, the pseudo-dissident bits of the Daily Mail and other msm outlets, as well as snake-oil salesmen like Farage (and pretty much anyone part of the whole UKIP/Brexit Party/Reform Party circus); others too.

How do you tell who or what is “controlled opposition”? The rule of thumb is, if they support —or are not hostile to— Israel and/or the Jewish lobby, then bin them. Controlled opposition.

Migration invasion. Santitized. Soon not reported on. All part of the “Great Reset”, Great Replacement, Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan or, putting it more honestly, down the line, White Genocide. The reality is behind the names.

Yes, David Icke and many others broadly aware of the above (and willing to oppose it openly) have been removed from social media platforms over the past few years. As always, the organized Zionist-Jew lobby is behind much of the “deplatforming”. I was expelled from Twitter in 2018. Icke followed a couple of years later. Many others have trodden the same “Sibirsky Trakt“.

In fact, unlike the dissidents of Imperial Russia and their even less fortunate Soviet successors, most of today’s dissident thinkers and activists do not end up doing time (though some do). It is far more subtle than that.

People lose jobs or professions (as I would have done —disbarred in 2016— had I myself not already binned mainstream life), are subject to occasional harassment by authorities, are bit by bit removed from social media and so from influencing online opinion, are prevented anyway from publishing offline via mainstream publishers (one of the first to fall victim was the historian, David Irving: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Irving).

In my own case, from about 2009 to about 2015, Jews managed to get my book reviews (I was a “top 50” reviewer, one of the top 50 reviewers out of millions, as voted for by Amazon users) taken off both UK Amazon and US Amazon (so much for “the land of freedom”…because where “they” exist in large numbers, there never is any freedom).

I was then pursued via my then professional regulator, the Bar Standards Board, which eventually led to my disbarment (in England) in 2016 (in fact unlawfully, but that is not worth detailing right now).

Later, in 2018, I was removed from Twitter (I was never on Facebook).

You see the pattern. So far, American platforms such as WordPress have resisted (95% resisted) calls to “deplatform” me and others. How long a blog such as this will be available for the people to read is an open question.

The “panicdemic”, the “climate change” narrative, nonsense such as “Black Lives Matter” etc (all supported, you will have noticed by the big battalions of the msm such as Sky and the BBC, CNN, Hollywood etc), are but notes or Leitmotive in a symphony of socio-political “change” being played according to an agreed “composition”…

“Definition by decades”

The definition(s) below made me laugh; largely true…

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I expected that I was paying this fortune, all this time and energy, to learn how to think. But they are forcing you to think the way they want you to think,” Park said in an interview with Fox News. “I realized, wow, this is insane. I thought America was different but I saw so many similarities to what I saw in North Korea that I started worrying.

“Those similarities include anti-Western sentiment, collective guilt and suffocating political correctness.” [Yeonmi Park, on Fox News]

Well worth listening to what she has to say. In the end, this can only end one way…

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https://www.theguardian.com/media/2021/jun/15/priti-patel-condemns-anti-lockdown-protesters-treatment-bbc-nick-watt

I dislike mobs and mob rule, but it is clear that the unfortunate journalist, Nick Watt, was catching the flak that should have been fired at those nearer the top of the BBC, which has become, over the past couple of decades, a biased State broadcaster, with no more credibility than had the Soviet news media of the pre-1989 period.

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