I suppose that some people will accuse me of being “anti-vaccination” or an “anti-vaxxer”, which is not (necessarily) the case either in general or in respect of the vaccine(s) which have been developed in respect of the “panicdemic”. I myself was, as a child, vaccinated against various diseases; I have also been vaccinated a few times since then, in respect of tropical diseases, prior to visits to places in Africa and elsewhere.
However, while historically, vaccines are said to have saved millions from terrible conditions, and even lingering or other death, the matter might not be as clear-cut as many, including I myself, have always thought:
I have seen similar graphs for half a dozen deadly diseases, all of which seem to show that the diseases in question were already very fast-declining in incidence before the vaccine in question was introduced.
There is little doubt that the improvements in public health in the 19th and 20th centuries were largely a result of improved water supply, sanitation, air quality, food quality and quantity, rather than a consequence of vaccination, though that too may have contributed in a minor way.
The girl in the picture above may be simply an unfortunate victim, a statistical anomaly. I do not know (and I concede that I cannot vouch for the veracity or accuracy of the facts asserted with that picture). It may be that people will say that her case is one in a million, or one in a hundred thousand etc. Cold comfort for the girl herself, to be regarded as simply a sad casualty of the “war against Covid-19”, or as an unfortunate guinea-pig.
Had someone such the notorious Dr. Mengele conducted a test with such a result, people would be less charitable (ironically, the girl in the picture seems herself to be Jewish). True, the girl in the picture was presumably a volunteer, but can a girl of 12 really give informed consent to be such an experimental subject?
Another graph, showing the experimental use and effect of the same vaccine given to that girl:
I do not want to be too “ideological” about this, and I concede that I am not medically-qualified. However, even the NHS doctors and nurses often so zealous about the “anti-Covid” vaccines are not, usually, specialists in vaccination, virology, epidemiology etc.
I myself have not been vaccinated against Covid-19. My choice and my risk. Were it to become a condition of using international public transport, or UK pubs, then too bad. No more travelling or pubbing for me. The pleasures of both are, in my view, over-rated anyway.
My provisional view is that the vaccination(s) are being used as a painless way for the UK government (and others?) to wind down the panicky measures introduced over a year ago. They will be able to say “thanks to vaccination, we can all return to normal”, rather than “we got it wrong”…
I blogged briefly about this yesterday: the fact of “postcode selection” in State-school intake, not only in the UK but in Paris, Moscow etc.
I disagree with tweeter “@BeesterGee”. If you want reasonably stable communities, you have to create stability, via security. You cannot create a feeling of security when people fear that they may have to move within 5 years, and moreover move if others say that they must move.
Yes. It is in a sense amazing that people cannot see that two superficially-similar schools in two very different neighbourhoods will attract very different intakes. Not only in the UK, but anywhere.
In Paris, it would be idle to suggest that the lycees around the 15th and 16th arrondisements, eg those near to the Bir-Hakeim metro, are equivalent to those in poor suburbs many miles away. Likewise in Moscow. Even under Stalin, the “Kremlin Kids” and lesser-known, but still privileged, jeunesse-dorees went to schools far better than those far away from the central areas of the city. Selection by post-code, if you like.
It is easier to re-engineer society on paper than it is to do it on the ground. I recall some people known to a friend of mine in the 1980s, who were extremely wealthy by some means or other (I think inheritance), and who were “socialists” of some sort. Labour Party members, I think. They loved the fact that they lived in some ghastly part of Southwark (South London) and so, apparently, were able to tell people that; in fact their home was a beautiful house in a similar street —I went there once— but untouched (unlike most of the area) by WW2 Luftwaffe bombing or (far more destructive) postwar redevelopment.
The family in question had three young children, and to that end employed three nannies, who lived in the large basement of the house, which I think had 4 floors. At weekends, the children were left in the care of the nannies while the parents flew to Scotland for house parties or even just for lunch. On paper? Presumably, “socialists and Labour Party members”, who “lived in South London”, “with their three children”.
In the pre-WW2 period, hypocrisy was thought more common in the Conservative Party, but Labour soon caught up. Now, I should say that there is not much to choose.
I prefer outright Conservatives, or real socialist ideologues, usually, to the sort of self-deluding hypocrites often seen around today.
Exactly right. For British people though, not unwanted interlopers, whether they be economic migrants, “refugees”, or migrant-invaders of whatever other stripe.
When “democracy”, in the sense that we know it in Western and Central Europe, fails to do the job, the people start to look elsewhere. It is already happening all over Europe, even if so far only in the negative sense, i.e. apathy at elections.
“Communism“? Socialism, surely? I thought that Hitchens was once a Marxist (Trotskyist)?
“From the sublime to the ridiculous”, 1960s Prime Minister Harold Wilson almost invariably smoked a pipe in public to show that he was one of “the people”, whereas in fact he preferred cigars (Havanas), not a very “proletarian” choice (even in Cuba).
Unwilling to register with the Independent, I cannot read that article, but the conclusion seems (based on the quoted remark) to be right. Starmer, the Jewish Lobby puppet, is (as I predicted from the start) hopeless and as dull as ditchwater, but he is no more “the problem” for Labour than was the rather different Corbyn.
Labour’s problem is that there is no longer a “proletariat” or (in the old sense) a “working class”, there is no more a bloc “Labour vote”, there are no more, or very few, “working class communities”, as such, no nationalized industries of any size, and no great loyalty to Labour, even in its traditional North and North-East heartlands.
The Labour Party itself has changed out of all recognition since its highest point of popularity in 1945. From being a largely socialist party, it moved to social-democracy and then, arguably, in the 1990s under Blair, ditched even that. It became really just a label (or as the egregious waste of space, freeloader, and careerist, Jess Phillips MP, put it, “just a ****ing rose“). Rather like those Latin American countries where the almost-identical parties distinguish themselves by colour: the Blancos v. the Colorados. Like football teams, or the racing silks in the Hippodrome at Byzantium.
It is hard to see now for what the Labour Party stands. Starmer seems to be saying that he supports almost all of what Boris-Idiot’s maladministration does, but that “Boris” should do it better!
In fact I saw a satirical comment to the effect that, were the “Conservative” misgovernment to reintroduce workhouses, Labour under Starmer would agree, but cavil that that should be done more efficiently and slightly more humanely! A joke? Yes, sort-of…but then look at the attack on the unemployed, disabled etc over the past 15-20 years. Which party really started that? Labour…Yes, the “Conservative” Jew-lobby regime of David Cameron-Levita made it worse, but all that nonsense started under Gordon Brown and his lunatic misgovernment, via Alastair Darling, Stephen Timms etc. They, not the Conservatives, brought in the crazily dysfunctional —and also dishonest— ATOS carpetbaggers, for example: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Work_Capability_Assessment#History.
As I have often said, Labour is now basically the party of the blacks and browns and/or public service workers, which is why Labour eulogizes the NHS constantly (though the NHS is a very hit-and-miss service overall).
Really, one has to ask (again), “what (and who) is Labour for?”
I imagine that the victor in the upcoming local elections will be apathy, with few people turning out to vote.
This is the moment when a social-national party might make hay. If a social-national party actually existed. A real one, I mean, not the joke ones presently around.
Well, this week I did no better than John Rentoul; we both scored only 4/10 (though if I were to follow Rentoul’s usual practice, I could award myself an extra half-point for knowing that Father Ted was set on an Irish island, though I did not know its name). I had no idea as to questions 1, 2, 7, 8, and 10.
Shchi [щи], or Russian cabbage soup, is one of those things that can be either very pleasant or not very pleasant, other examples being borshch [борщ](beetroot soup), kvass [квас](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kvass) etc.
I suppose it is true of some British foods too. In the end, it is, of course, a question of taste. De gustibus non est disputandum. I like oysters; many do not. I like caviar (when afforded); many do not. I like (boiled and then fried) buckwheat kasha (probably because I ate it daily at one time, long ago); many do not, and think such a choice very odd indeed.
I have no particular animus against Boris-Idiot’s latest “ho” (to use the amusing American black term), but it is scandalous if (and it seems that) the woman has any but purely peripheral and personal influence on national affairs. After all, with the best will in the world, she got to her present position of influence on her back, to put it perhaps slightly crudely and…well, let’s leave that there! Suffice to say that she has never been elected, or even appointed, to any position of significance (and, no, I do not regard her unsuccessful period pumping out propaganda for Conservative Party HQ as that).
The woman likes animals, we are told. I approve heartily of that; and if (as it seems from what I have seen in photos) she has no taste, or employs an expensive interior decorator who has no taste, well…that is the way of the world. If her refurbishment at Downing Street is more “nouveau” than simply new, well…again…these things happen.
I should not like to tar Carrie Symonds with the brush justly censuring Boris-Idiot, but that immunity disappears if, as often claimed, she is interfering with, or even deciding, policy.
The post-2008 Greek experience is instructive. The social-national party, Golden Dawn, was the only party with integrity opposed to the EU enforcement of usury-dictatorship “austerity”. However, the System made sure that the faux-“socialist” “antifascist” party, Syriza, seemed more “credible”.
The result was that Syriza took over the Greek government, then signed up to yet more “austerity”. The people, many of whom died of starvation, while other rummaged through bins trying to find food, had been well and truly fooled. Golden Dawn was then repressed.
Usually-reliable sources report that, though Alison Chabloz was scheduled to be released from Bronzefield Prison today, and (how absurd, though) on electronic tag, bureaucratic delays to do with probation have pushed back the likely day of release to next Tuesday or Wednesday. Another example of how everything is sliding and becoming less efficient in the UK.
Books sent should be *new, *paperback and preferably (though not necessarily) sent via online vendors [important update: Bronzefield Prison now does not accept Amazon deliveries but will accept books from elsewhere]
Looking on the brighter side, even a release next week will mean that Alison will have been imprisoned for only 5 weeks out of the headline 18 to which she was sentenced (in reality, about 7-8 weeks).
If Alison had not been scheduled for early release, she would be released anyway about halfway through May, so about 3 weeks from today.
Looking at the wider picture, Alison’s appeal against both conviction and sentence is set down for 2 days, on 3-4 June 2021, and is likely to be heard at Southwark Crown Court (it will be a complete rehearing of the matter).
Should Alison’s present appeal fail in whole or in part, the Crown Court will be able to substitute a greater or lesser sentence, up to a maximum of 6 months’ imprisonment. However, the time Alison has spent incarcerated will be taken off any time actually to be served, so if she were to receive the maximum 6 months (about 26 weeks), she would do half of that (3 months or about 13 weeks) but also minus the ~5 weeks served from day of sentence to (likely) day of release (next week), and also minus other days in custody, such as the 4 days served before her successful appeal of 2020. She would therefore only serve an extra ~7 weeks at maximum.
It may be, though, that the Crown Court would not, or not much, interfere with the sentence duration passed by the lower court if the appeal fails, in which case Alison would only serve a few days extra, if that.
More optimistically, should Alison’s present appeal succeed, then she would be credited with the time she has now spent in prison (in 2020 and 2021) and in other custody, and also the time which she will have spent on electronic tag (at half a day for every day spent on tag). That is relevant because Alison now faces yet another trial in the magistrates’ court, set down for 1 day, on 1 September 2021.
Were Alison to be convicted on 1 September 2021, and were she then to be sentenced to imprisonment, not only would she serve only half of any such sentence, but would have about 6-7 weeks more taken off that reduced sentence. So a 6 month sentence would mean, in reality, about 5-6 weeks in prison, and a sentence of 3 months would mean no time at all in prison.
A statement from Patriotic Alternative has been released:
“Last Wednesday (21.04.2021) Laura Towler’s husband Sam was arrested and taken into police custody. The police then let themselves into Laura and Sam’s home, burst into her bedroom without knocking whilst she was still undressed, and then demanded to search the property.
The officer in charge did not arrest Laura, and instead presented her with a warrant, and despite the warrant not mentioning Laura at all, the police took all of her devices – including her phone and laptop.
What’s more, many of the police officers conducting the search refused to hand over the badge numbers or their real names.
On Friday evening (30.04.2021) we were planning to do our regular Patriotic Alternative monthly update. However instead, we are now planning a special stream about this arrest where Mark Collett and Laura Towler will discuss the police’s behaviour and relay advice given to them from legal professionals on the legality of the police action.
Last week Mark Collett’s YouTube channel was terminated – despite the fact that it was completely clean and didn’t have a single active copyright or community guidelines strike. As such, the livestream will not be found on YouTube, but instead it will appear on DLive and Odysee:
The stream will begin at 7pm UK time (2pm EST) and last around 2 hours.
All donations made during the stream will be given to Sam and Laura to help them cover the cost of replacing the items the police seized. The stream will also allow Patriotic Alternative supporters to ask Sam and Laura questions about the police raid.
Needless to say, neither Laura or Mark are deterred by this abuse of police power. Put simply; this is a desperate attempt by the police to silence those who speak out on behalf of the indigenous people of these islands and further restrict our freedom of speech.
We can assure you; we will not be silenced!“
Ha ha! The unpleasant Jew-Zionist know-all does not know even the most basic history, yet pontificates on world affairs! Are prescription drugs affecting him again? That was one of his excuses when he was found guilty on several charges by a Solicitors’ Disciplinary Panel a couple of years ago. Search via the search panel on the blog for full details. I expect, though, that he is just displaying ignorance.
For once, I do agree with the egregious Lewis, on the above matter. There again, who could disagree? A long-running and appalling miscarriage of justice affecting people who are all but powerless, and who are often very good citizens as well.
When I spent a number of months in Turkey in 2001 (I drove from the UK), I found that the best beer there (to my taste) was called Tekel beer, made by a State-owned brewery. Sadly, no longer. Privatized, apparently, and changed out of all recognition.
I think that Hitchens was referring to the film; he would obviously assume that the background “street noise” was added more recently…
Don’t expect pseudo-national types such as Peter Whittle to say anything against the Jew-Zionist element and its influence.
Quite likely, but then there is the question of quantity. At present, Russia has a total of 10,000-12,000 tanks (but many are in storage, inactive); the USA has 6,000-8,000 (but not all operational, and mostly not in Europe). The UK has 100-200 operational tanks now.
In any case, most General Staff modelling (on both/all sides) indicates that a limited but major and conventional war between NATO and Russia would be quite likely to go nuclear. If that were to happen, all bets are off. The USA is far more powerful, but that is almost irrelevant in a scenario where all major US cities would be destroyed (as would major Russian cities). My money would be on Russia to survive or rebuild better than the disunited USA. As for the UK, “Goodnight Vienna”…
As matters stand (at 1300 hrs, 28 April 2021), the situation in respect of her hearing today at Westminster Mags is this, according to usually-reliable sources: the charges under the Public Order Act 1986 have been dropped, so presumably the stupid, ignorant, or negligent police and/or CPS (it’s basically a CPS responsibility, though), who failed to request the necessary assent of the Attorney-General, have now failed to secure such assent. Pretty embarrassing, and yet another sign of how standards are sliding in the UK.
Whatever may be said about the above, the fact is that this is a blow for the malicious Jew-Zionists in and around the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” cabal. Not so long ago, they were all (all half-dozen of them) tweeting and laughing at how (as they imagined, in their nasty-minded ignorance) Alison Chabloz might expect “years” in prison.
Well, now that different charges have been preferred against Alison Chabloz (charges under the Communications Act 2003, and similar to the ones on which she was recently convicted, the subject of an appeal now), the maximum sentence available to the court on conviction would be 6 months (but in reality, after the usual reduction, 3 months actually incarcerated).
It seems that it is ordered that Alison, who is still at Bronzefield Prison near Heathrow, should be produced at court, which is unlikely to be possible before 1600 hours.
More relaxing music
I should think that many people in the UK are becoming thoroughly sick of the behaviour, and the disproportionate influence, of “a certain element”…
Typical Communist-style thinking. What to do about the ludicrously-misnamed “SAGE” “experts”? I am not allowed, in our supposedly “free” country, to say what I really think, except (as I suggested last year) that “SAGE” should be renamed “DUMB” (Department Under Matt and Boris)…
Just saw a few photos of the new (or should that be “nouveau”?) refurbishment of the official quarters of the person currently posing as Prime Minister. I fear that the taste of the “ho” is not very good…
All the same, my feeling is that this is a distraction from the crazed policies pursued by “Boris”, not least the fact that, because he is incapable of running the country, he delegates the most important decisions (not implementation, but actual decisions) to others no more capable: in the past year or so to Dominic Cummings and, worse, the ludicrous “SAGE” crowd. Most of the damage done, eg by the “lockdown” shutdown, is disguised; but it’s there all right.
Alison Chabloz— late update
Usually-reliable sources report that Alison Chabloz was produced, meaning in person, at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, very late in the afternoon today. She pleaded Not Guilty to the latest charge.
As noted earlier today in this blog, the Crown Prosecution Service, having negligently or ignorantly failed to seek the approval of the Attorney-General for the more serious charge (under Public Order Act 1986), and now presumably having failed to get such approval, have charged Alison with an offence under the Communications Act 2003, an offence which is summary only (to be heard only in the magistrates’ court, and carrying a maximum sentence of 6 months’ imprisonment).
Apparently, the matter is now being handled by a Ms. Jessica Hart of the CPS Counter-Terrorism Division! One must remind oneself that Alison Chabloz is accused only of having posted online a song! Sometimes this country seems terminally screwed!
Alison having entered a Not Guilty plea, the matter is now set down for trial on 1 September 2021, with a time estimate of 1 day.
I have no information as to bail, and in view of the fact that Alison was brought from prison custody, and later returned to prison custody, it may be that the Court decided not to impose bail conditions, or that to do so would have been beyond its powers.
The other good news for and about Alison Chabloz is that she is going to be released early from her current notional 18 weeks’ imprisonment, imposed only 28 days ago. She will be freed tomorrow morning, 29 April 2021.
Not for nothing was the milieu of the 1930s though to the 1950s called “The Climate of Treason“, in the title of yet another book on the Philby matter, that one by Andrew Boyle.
However, that was a milieu inside a milieu. I once knew someone, father of a girlfriend, who pretended to be aggrieved that, when he was at Cambridge in the 1930s, he was “approached” neither by Soviet nor British recruiters! He attributed it to the fact that he read Engineering rather than whatever else, but I think that the fact is that intelligence recruitment probably passed most undergraduates by…
I daresay that, for most undergrads in the Cambridge of the 1920s and 1930s, life was not hugely different than it would have been in the late Victorian era.
As to Philby and his small group of fellow Marxist-Leninist zealots, there has grown up an idea that they were symptomatic of a decadent “ruling class”. In some sense, perhaps, but while certainly socially, or in privilege, far above the mass of the population, Philby and his lot (Maclean, Burgess etc) were really middle-class careerists.
I suppose that the myth has grown up because they all (even Cairncross) attended fee-paying schools; Philby was at Westminster. These were, though, not aristocrats or very (or at all) wealthy, and Philby was actually part-Indian, a fact which is rather glossed over even today.
The idea that Philby’s “treason” was of huge importance has, in a sense, been to the advantage of the British intelligence people. After all, if his behaviour was of no great importance in the big scheme of things, then the work of SIS and MI5 would also have to be assessed accordingly…
More tweets seen
Exactly right. “Covid” zealotry, and facemask nonsense fanaticism, have parted company with any reality now. We are in a situation where “the virus” has supposedly killed (in the UK), about 1 in every thousand people (in the world generally, it is about 1 in every 4,000 people). Serious, unpleasant, but not the plague, and no reason to shut down society and economy.
I say “supposedly” killed because in fact most of those people were really killed by other conditions suffered from at the same time.
Worth reading. “As David Rennie, Peking bureau chief of The Economist, recently observed: ‘It’s very hard to know where Covid containment starts and a Communist police state with an obsession with control kicks in.‘” [Daily Mail]
“There are some things that Prof Michie – whose first husband was Andrew Murray, once a key adviser to former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn – is rather less inclined to discuss, including money. Perhaps because she has so much of it. Indeed, she is the blue-blooded descendant of an earl who, along with her brother, sold a family heirloom – a Picasso painting called L’Enfant Au Pigeon – to Qatari royals for £50 million in 2013.” [Daily Mail].
There has been a “march through the institutions” of the UK, starting sometime around the 1970s. The university-educated would-be radicals of the 1970s realized that they could be both careerist and subversive. They became civil servants in both local and central government, politically active in the Labour Party (mainly), editors and producers in the BBC and other msm outlets etc. The law too; examples there include Tony and Cherie Blair, Harriet Harman, and many others.
In time, those “cultural subversives” became MPs, members of the House of Lords, heads of trade unions, lawyers involved in the governance of their professions, well-known journalists and columnists, commissioners of TV series, or embedded in the public relations, advertising, and other “comms” industries. They took over the Labour Party and removed most of the “socialism” while emphasizing racial and sexual politics; they influenced the Conservative Party too, removing most of the “national” (patriotic), or post-1945 “one-nation-Conservatism” aspects .
Though most of those types were not Jewish, the Jewish influence, both in cultural terms and direct terms (actual individuals) was (and is) very obvious, and is connected with the Jewish infiltration of Oxford and Cambridge universities throughout the 20th Century, and particularly since the mid-1950s.
This political-cultural convergence in the System political parties is far more important than the differences between them, which are now very few anyway.
The UK’s institutions are now rotten, embedded with termites. The BBC, the Bar, the other legal professions, in fact all accepted professions. The police are even worse. Local and central government too. Judging, as far as one can from their released data, SIS and MI5 as well. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office fell some time ago.
I have been saying that for 20 years or more. The British people, most of them, shrugged their shoulders as migration-invasion continued, as even modest houses were priced out of their reach, as university degrees were rendered almost valueless, as the Jewish takeover of the msm, law, and politics reached ever further into our lives, and as freedom was correspondingly diminished; but if “England” (nominally) can win a rugby game, a cricket series, or a few gold Olympic medals on the other side of the world, then “hurrah!”…
Pathetic, and it is hard to know what, short of some total collapse followed by desperate struggle, can change such complacency. Britain now is far more decadent than the Weimar Republic ever was.
Even those who often express opinions about the 1930s frequently get their facts wrong. In the 1930s, Germany itself never enforced such a measure. The yellow stars or badges identifying Jews were not generally introduced throughout the German Reich (in fact, some areas never had them) until 1941, though a few local areas in Poland introduced badges (either yellow or blue-and-white) in late 1939: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_badge; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_badge#Axis_Powers.
I had a look at the replies to Baddiel’s tweet. Mostly along the lines of “hello, famous person, I stand with you even though I am not Jewish” etc… I only read a few dozen, but could not see one that made my above point. Interesting though. Quite a few wanted the woman in the photo to be identified, tracked down, and punished in some way (by the Twit-mob?). Sign of the times? None that I saw supported her right to make her point her way… Still, that is Twitter: very unrepresentative of the British people.
You may say that it does not matter whether yellow stars for Jews were introduced in Germany in the 1930s, or in Eastern Europe in or from 1941. Well, if facts do not matter to you, don’t express dogmatic views about historical events.
One tweet made me laugh: some silly woman from North America, who, while “not 100% sure” (!), tweeted that the woman in the photo was Alison Chabloz! Ha ha! Alison has at least a cast-iron defence (alibi) to that charge, as she is still sitting in Bronzefield Prison, near Heathrow, until Wednesday (at least).
That Wendling person is a sinister bod…and seems to need new glasses (see aerial photo, below):
Somewhere around 50,000-100,000 in that view alone.
The BBC is even less truthful now than Soviet TV was…
“Socialism means Soviet power plus the electrification of the entire country” [Lenin].
Watching The Keys of the Kingdom, it again occurred to me how many deeply Christian films were made by Hollywood in its days of greatness, despite the fact that all or almost all studios were owned by Jews. Ben Hur would be just one other example, others yet being Quo Vadis, The Robe, etc.
Today, it is different. Film studios are now usually not only owned by Jews, but the films often directed by Jews, and those films tend to be bitterly Zionist (often promoting the “holocaust” narrative) and/or serving a materialist agenda. Spielberg is only one example.
Wonderful. A stand taken against the “control” agenda.
As far as the facemask nonsense is concerned, the fear engendered by the System propaganda of a year ago is only a veneer now. Few really believe that everyone is at risk of death. They know (or have guessed something similar) that only 1 in 4,000 people in the world has been killed by “Covid-19”, and that even in swamped (by immigrants and tourists) Britain, only 1 in about every 1,000 people has died from “the virus” (or, more accurately, “within 28 days of a positive test”, though in reality from other conditions).
No doubt the propagandists will try to enforce continued facemask muzzling, but the people are already giving up, despite the dictatorial and possibly invalid “laws”, “rules” etc. The social pressure is less now, as well. I filled up the car with fuel a few days ago and genuinely forgot to put on a disposable mask as I went to pay at the kiosk. A woman exited, also maskless, and the cashier, likewise maskless, did not ask me to put on any mask; in fact, the matter was not mentioned, and she even smiled, a fact I attribute either to her sunny personality or to my charming manner…
In what were “normal” times, this present government of clowns could and would not exist, certainly not for long, but we have a situation in which there is no legitimate government, yet also no legitimate nor effective official Opposition or opposition party. The former Labour leader, Corbyn, who was weak, and was a bit of a joke, but at was least anti-Zionist (up to a point), was replaced by the Jew-lobby puppet, Keir Starmer, whose idea seems to be to say, all the time, to the Government “we support 90% of what you do, but you should be doing it better…oh and doing it on bended knee, and wearing a facemask“!
I should not be surprised if Labour under Starmer were to start to do worse in elections even than under Corbyn and Miliband.
In Scotland, looks as though Scottish Labour (led now by a Pakistani) has pretty much given up (see tweet below):
Well, this week I scored 8/10, thus again beating political journalist, and diehard Blairite, John Rentoul, though he managed 7/10, far better than his embarrassing 1/10 of last week (I always give him full credit for honesty, though). The questions which I was unable to answer this week were questions 6 and 8.
Well, so today is St. George’s Day. I rarely see the TV news now, so do not know whether the fact was reported on at all. It’s connected with England and the English by historical convention, so it will probably only be reported en passant, and/or probably used as an excuse to say that any alien flotsam and jetsam living here are “really” just as “English” as you and me…
As I relayed via this blog a couple of days ago, the word from usually-reliable sources is that Alison will be released early, on electronic tag, next Wednesday. Not 100% certain, but pretty certain. If so, she will have served exactly 4 weeks out of the 18 weeks headline sentence. About 22% of the full sentence.
It could be worse, though only repressive societies lock up satirists and commentators, of course. The BBC/msm-subsidized Jew and other comedians, who mock the English and other British people constantly, never face such censure. Well, not yet, anyway. Perhaps their time will come.
There seems to be nothing new to report about Alison’s situation. I have already (see previous days’ blogs) relayed the news that she has received hundreds of letters, cards and books from all over the world, and has managed to keep in contact with people via telephone, her prison money account having apparently been topped-up by generous donors.
The most amusing news, arguably (apart from the fact that the “CAA” put out 5 years of conspiratorial plotting in order that Alison should spend only a few weeks in a not-entirely uncomfortable confinement) is that Alison has been able to sing her songs to an enthusiastic audience of prisoners (and staff?), some of whom apparently “sang along” at times!
A victory for Alison Chabloz “on points”, as the boxing people say…
In other words, in the British context, a British and especially English form of social nationalism.
In the past, meaning before the 1990s, the UK Labour Party was “social” though not very “national”; the Conservative Party was at least semi-“national” but not very “social”. Blair destroyed most of the socialism and even social-democracy in Labour, while the Conservative Party was (like Labour, in fact) taken over by Jews and Jewish money, and threw away its “national” credentials. Both “main parties” became basically non-national and non-social. That remains the case today. Both parties are mere facades, behind which lurk Jewish-Zionism, globalist finance-capitalism, and the agenda of the international conspiracy (or “consensus”, if you prefer): the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan, the New World Order, Zionist Occupation Government(s). In a word, “White Genocide”.
Corbyn and those around him tried to resurrect the dead corpse of “social” Labour, which had been killed off in the 1990s by the superficially-talented puppet of the NWO/ZOG conspiracy, Blair (cf. Macron in France).
Corbyn, those around him, many rank and file Labourites as well, thought that you can be “anti-Israel”, yet pay lip-service to the “holocaust” faked history and so on. In other words, they thought that you can be anti-Jewish lobby (to put it that way; “anti-Zionist lobby”, perhaps more accurately) if said Jews are in Israel/Palestine, yet pro-Jew if the Jews in question are in the USA, UK, or France!
The Jewish lobby in the UK, and internationally, killed off Corbyn-Labour after several years:
Now the headless chickens of the Labour rank and file either try to depose Keir Starmer, the puppet leader put in by the Jewish lobby, or retreat to comfort zones such as Twitter.
The Zionists don’t care whether or not Labour ever wins a General Election again. Most of them vote low-tax (supposedly) “Conservative” anyway. They are in the position of a punter who backs both the first and second favourites in a race with only two likely outcomes, and where the other runners have effectively no chance. The fix is in. One of those two horses will win, but whichever one wins, the Jewish-Zionist punter has won. The colour of the winning jockey’s silks is of no real matter.
All the same, there could be an upswell of popular support for a new social-national party, if one existed, if it were credible, and if it had a leader destined to arise to supreme power. Also, if circumstances or Fate were favourable…
A suspended sentence! This was, and should have been charged as, attempted murder.
Say something that (allegedly…) “offends” a Jew (or, eg, sing a song about “holocaust” fakery) and you may end up in prison in the Britain of 2021, but admit to trying to poison your own 2-y-o child, and to causing 80 injuries to him, and it’s a suspended sentence…Sick.
Those idiots probably think that they have accomplished something. I bet that the one who pleaded guilty felt sick as the rest were acquitted. As for the jury, I do not know whether they are stupid, feeble-minded, or directly subversive. They should be ashamed of themselves.