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Diary Blog, 12 January 2022

Morning music

On this day a year ago

Boris-idiot

Looks as though the Ides of March have come early this year…

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10390811/From-lockdown-parties-No10-misleading-Queen-cocaine-confusion-Boriss-worst-scandals.html

Mr Johnson’s public and private life have been littered with lies, which saw him sacked as a journalist, fired by Tory leader Michael Howard over an affair and eventually thrown out by his wife Marina, who believed he was having an illicit relationship with Carrie Symonds.

His former boss at the paper, Max Hastings, wrote in the Daily Mail in 2012: ‘If the day ever comes that Boris Johnson becomes tenant of Downing Street, I shall be among those packing my bags for a new life in Buenos Aires or suchlike, because it means that Britain has abandoned its last pretensions to be a serious country.’” [Daily Mail].

I have been infuriated for 20 years at the easy ride given to “Boris” Johnson by the mass media. Of course, it was no accident. The Jewish lobby was his mainstay, and Johnson is of course himself part-Jew.

Johnson has also been favoured because, despite the am-dram “English upper class” camouflage, ingrained by his time at Eton and then Oxford, Johnson is actually not only part-Jew but part-Levantine, born in New York City, brought up in New York, Connecticut and Washington D.C., as well as in Belgium. In other words, he has no real “blood and bone” loyalty to England or Britain. He is a “rootless cosmopolitan” in every way. A complete fake.

The international cabals have favoured Johnson for that reason, and because he is very easily bought, suborned, and used.

Looks like his own party members in the Commons realize that their own survival depends on, not so much getting rid of “Boris” but on installing a replacement who is at least semi-competent, before the voters chuck out 100+ Conservative Party MPs.

I expect that Johnson will be out before Summer.

Max Hastings is right, though; I mean not only about Johnson but about Britain. It is now not a serious country. Blacks and browns invade in rubber boats across the Channel, not only unchecked by Border Force, Royal Navy and others, but actually provided with a free shuttle service! The once-fine RNLI, now taken over by traitors, act as accomplices in that, as do a horde of virtue-signalling “refugees welcome” dimwits.

Britain rattles its all but blunt sabre at Russia and China, something which is actually embarrassing when one looks at the disparity in power.

British pensioners, once cheated by the Jew fraud who called himself “Robert Maxwell”, are now royally ripped off by others (mostly though not always Jewish), such as the Jew Green and his family. Who stands up for those poor British people? The “British” political parties? Ha, no! Riddled with “Friends of Israel” MPs such as Johnson, all of his Cabinet, and —arguably even more shameful— “Keir” Starmer and his Shadow Cabinet, Labour Friends of Israel members all. Starmer himself has a Jewish wife (a lawyer, at that), and children being brought up as if fully-Jewish.

Had I any money, I would pay a handsome reward to the first person capturing a photograph of Starmer wearing one of those little skullcaps. What is that I hear? Starmer would never do that? Oh, would he not?… Blair did…

[“fervent” Labour Friends of Israel member, Tony Blair, when he was an both an MP and the leader of the Labour Party]

The System will vomit out Johnson because his total inability to be a Prime Minister of this country is beginning to undermine whatever residual respect, or at least compliance to the System still exists in the public psychology.

Allesia Augello

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2022/01/11/catholic-church-condemns-far-right-funeral-coffin-draped-nazi/

A larger image shows mourners lining the street as the casket enters the church

Tweets seen

The USA is so divided that the “winner takes all” electoral system becomes meaningless. The demographic change in the USA over time has meant that what was at one time an almost entirely white (European-race) population (at one time about 90%) has become one where only about half are descended from Europeans (some say less than half). That is not the only division, of course; income, capital, age, and sex are other (but not the only other) aspects.

The principle of the NHS was/is good: free at point of use. However, its maladministration, particularly in the hospitals, has become so bad over many years that one could now almost call the NHS a hit-or-miss health service. That has been made even more evident by the “panicdemic” and the prioritization of the ridiculous mass “vaccination” programme.

Few would want the UK to go to a US-style health system, but the idea that the systems elsewhere, particularly in Western and Central Europe, are not worth even looking at, is just completely wrongheaded.

The UK was one of the countries which led the way in public health provision in the 20th Century, with the establishment of the NHS. Perhaps the UK can now devise a 21st Century public health system that works better for its patients and their families, rather than (often) seeming to be run mainly for the benefit of those who work in it.

Afternoon music and video

Thoughts

Victory and triumph to the Son of God
Now entring his great duel, not of arms,
But to vanquish by wisdom hellish wiles.

[Milton, Paradise Regain’d]

“The stars in their courses fight on the side of the just

[ancient Chinese proverb]

More tweets

A question often in my own mind. Part of the answer must be the (((influence))) of a certain infiltrative element…

Late tweets

Come to that, we presently have a Government, and Cabinet where many, perhaps most, and certainly at the top, are not really British:

Boris Johnson— part-Jew, part-Levantine; Grant Shapps— Jew; Dominic Raab— half-Jew; Brandon Lewis [uncertain];

Could an English person become an MP, let alone minister, in Israel, Turkey, or Greece? I think not.

Rishi Sunak, Priti Patel, Alok Sharma, Suella Braverman— Indian origin.

Could an English person go to India and become an MP or minister? I think not.

Nadhim Zahawi— Kurdish.

Could an English person become an MP or minister in Kurdistan, Turkey, or Iraq? I think not.

Kwasi Kwarteng— Ghanaian origin.

Could an English person go to Ghana and become MP, or minister, let alone describe British workers as “lazy” and useless? (and look who’s talking!).

We need to take back our country.

As mentioned previously, Sumption was not Lord Chief Justice, but he was a Law Lord.

Late music

Diary Blog, 1 August 2021

Tweets seen

The readers’comments show what the British people think of this abuse of our good nature…

How can we ever build an advanced country when it is full of the racially and culturally inferior, and backward? That is the key question, and the question is purely rhetorical…

Mediocre minds often, metaphorically or actually, throw good money after bad.

Lockdown /shutdown nonsense

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-9847625/KIRSTIE-ALLSOPP-New-divide-want-stay-lockdown-rest-us.html

More tweets

Amusing clip from Gilad Atzmon, though nearly four years old now. As for Rachel Eden, who tried so hard to get into the good books of the Zionists, she never did manage to get elected as MP, though she was selected as candidate for Reading West in 2019; she did worse than had Labour’s 2017 candidate, despite the fact that the Conservative (Alok Sharma) got almost the exact same percentage of the vote in both 2017 and 2018: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reading_West_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s.

Rachel Eden, an accountant with a PPE degree from Oxford (2003), also stood as Labour Party candidate in 2017, in the safe Conservative Party seat of Wantage, where she came in second, with 26.9% of the vote: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wantage_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s.

Below, pro-Israel puppet, expenses blodger, former Common Purpose organizer (etc) Chris Bryant MP gets put straight (so to speak):

So many MPs are just self-inflating idiots. Here is Claudia Webbe MP, pretending that she knows something/anything about foreign affairs:

The System puts up ridiculous creatures of that sort as “democratic representatives”! She would have difficulty serving Cornish pasties from a roadside stall.

Notes about Bryant: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Bryant#Expenses_claims_scandal; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Bryant.

Mary Beard was the academic who claimed, a number of years ago, that the Romans may have had black centurions in Britain (DNA and historical studies render that very unlikely): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Beard_(classicist).

Well, because people (even now) tend to believe what governmental or supposedly credible “scientific” figures tell them (even if those same people were stating the reverse only a year previously)…and also because people are too easily stampeded by fear propaganda: https://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk/2021/05/why-are-people-still-wearing-masks-especially-outside-.html.

Late afternoon music

Late tweets

Part of the soundtrack of my life c.1972. I rather like TV themes. Another early favourite, but from 1965/1966 (when I was 9) was that of Riviera Police:

A better recording:

I am very sorry to hear about the devastating fires in Turkey. I visited Turkey and Northern Cyprus a few times in the 1990s, and also in 2001 (when I drove to Turkey from the UK and spent 3 months living in Fethiye, on the Mediterranean coast). I hope that this terrible series of fires will be extinguished soon.

Late music

Call No Man Happy Until He is Dead

It is generally believed that the saying “call no man happy until he is dead”, attributed to Herodotus [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herodotus], was originally uttered by Solon [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solon]. Perhaps. Many believe that the saying dates back only to the 19th Century. At any rate, the saying has stood the test of time. The basis of it certainly has.

How often have we seen the spectacle of the “famous”, the wealthy, the “happy” or those we perhaps imagine should be happy, brought crashing down, often to obscurity as well as ruination? It was ruminating on this that caused me to write today. Some may think (assuming much, as many do) that I am thinking of myself, once a barrister, once living in (at various times) a Little Venice house, a penthouse apartment, a Caribbean villa, a large English country house with 26 bedrooms, but now cast down and living in extremely reduced circumstances, on a limited income etc and having to give thought to what things cost and so on.

I am sorry to disappoint those who hate me (usually without reason). My life has been one of considerable ups and downs, particularly financial. Every one of my luxurious habitations was supported, as by bookends, by relative and occasionally absolute poverty at each end. Such irregularity fosters a philosophical and perhaps stoical and/or fatalistic attitude missing in those who, having always known wealth and entitlement (or who achieved the same from humble origins) find their lives as well as livelihoods swept away by Fate. These are those who jump off buildings, massacre their families before shooting themselves etc. People with my attitude just think “tomorrow is another day”.

If even my thoughts and feelings are not truly me, in the Egoic sense, if my body is not me, then how little is my bank balance me, how little are my cars, former dwellings and (now long gone!) Rolex watches “me”? Scarcely at all; not at all.

A few examples:

  • Terry Ramsden, now completely obscure (and, presumably, broke, or maybe not: you never know with his type) but “famous” in the 1980s, and so wealthy that he could bet £500,000 each-way on his own horse at the 1986 Grand National (it came fourth; Ramsden profited by £1 million).

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2004/apr/03/horseracing.comment3

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

  • Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, born into a wealthy family and with every possible material advantage. Judging purely from what I saw occasionally on TV, I thought her useless and brainless, but others thought quite highly of her, I am told. It was reported that she died alone, having not seen anyone for days.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tara_Palmer-Tomkinson

  • Various national leaders: Gaddafi (killed by a mob of Libyans, who first shoved a pipe up his rear end); the Shah of Iran (deposed and everything he had worked for destroyed; died in exile); Adolf Hitler (shot himself when the forces of East and West, that is to say Sovietism and finance-capitalism, burst into his capital, having battered down by air and land everything he had built); Stalin (died surrounded by sycophantic ghouls who feared and hated him; a ghastly death, dragged down by unseen forces).

I think too of others, people I have known personally. For example, in my own class and/or year at school, there have been a variety of outcomes (to date: that is one race still not at the finishing post).

One boy became a police officer, at least one an Army officer; a third became a helicopter pilot, later Captain of the Queen’s Helicopter Flight and, later still, the personal pilot of King Hussein of Jordan (he must always have had the makings of a royal servant, having had at school the nickname “Crawler”…). I suppose several boys became office bods, accountants etc. One unacademic but amusing fellow became a banker in Switzerland, of all things; another one, actually part-(francophone)-Swiss, became a structural engineer with his own firm in Paris. Another became, eventually, a chartered surveyor who has written a series of property-conversion manuals. Several no doubt inherited their families’ businesses. A number became BBC producers etc. Some did time in prison (all for GBH, oddly: was it something in the water?) or so I heard. In fact, that last sentence is wrong, because I did read in the Daily Telegraph about one boy (an Organ Scholar, if I recall aright, who used to play the massive school organ), who became a music teacher and (hence the interest of the Press) when in his thirties was convicted of sexually assaulting one of his piano pupils.

Life is always surprising. Who knows where my next port of call will be?

Afterword [19 July 2018]

In fairness to the school I last attended,

https://www.rbcs.org.uk/

it has, since the 1970s, become rather more organized in sending its charges on their way. In fact, reading “Old Blues’ News” [https://www.rbcs.org.uk/old-blues-association/] and the other newsletters they put out about activities and careers etc is alone enough to make one fatigued, so active and driven seem the sharp-elbowed middle classes reported upon. The ranks of former pupils are now replete with quite well-known and even famous people to add to the commanders of ships and heads of economic enterprises: actors and actresses, TV people, film people, and the odd “celebrity” who is “famous” enough to be known even to me (I suppose that those “Old Blues” would include TV presenter Jeremy Kyle and MP Alok Sharma).