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Diary Blog, 7 November 2021

It being the 104th anniversary of the Bolshevik coup d’etat of 1917, and in a spirit of “let’s not be beastly to the Russians” (though most of the significant Bolsheviks were in fact Jews or part-Jews, and not ethnic Russians), I offer to readers of my blog some cheerful latter-day Soviet music:

Still, lest anyone think that I have belatedly “defected”, some tweets about the very negative consequences of Marxism-Leninism:

I rather dislike it when people say “the Gulag” (GULAG is an acronym which means “Main Directorate of Camps”) as if it were a place, but it has become normal usage, I suppose.

My Twitter account was removed in 2018 after a conspiratorial collaboration among a pack of Zionist Jews, so I am unable to retweet the above to those most in need of some remembrance of times past, such as (how absurd) “libertarian communist” and TV talking head, Ash Sarkar.

Still, as usual, I have said what I wished to say, and will continue to do so as long as this blog is still online. Should it cease to be, well, we shall see…

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All very true, but Labour under Blair also, in effect, sold peerages.

Wikipedia has this about the individual in the picture: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Cruddas,_Baron_Cruddas.

Would “it’s OK to be black” posters be treated as a “hate crime”? No. In fact, the police and local authority drones would very likely get down on their knee(s) in sign of fealty…and then tweet about how “inclusive” they are..

The police these days seem determined to make enemies of the British people.

Seward Collins

I had never heard of Seward Collins. Apparently, he was a (limited) supporter of both Hitler and Mussolini, though closer ideologically to G.K. Chesterton [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._K._Chesterton] and Hilaire Belloc [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilaire_Belloc], both of whom would be better known (to the wider public) today had they not been (up to a point) “cancelled” by the Jew-Zionist element in recent decades.

I came across that rather obscure figure, Collins, because he was a contemporary of, and known to, the American poet Robert Lowell [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Lowell], who wrote the poem The Vision of Sir Launfal: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/17119/17119-h/17119-h.htm.

See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seward_Collins; and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributism.

[G.K. Chesterton]

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Anti-Zionist Jew Gilad Atzmon [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilad_Atzmon] makes a good point. Naive/stupid Americans, especially, are not infrequently heard to make the absurd assertion that the USA has only one ally in the Middle East, namely Israel. It never seems to occur to those idiots that the most powerful state in the world, with an immense nuclear, chemical, biological, and conventional arsenal, and a population of at least 330 millions, scarcely needs the help of a tiny though well-armed state (Israel) which has fewer than 10 million inhabitants and which is largely dependent on American aid (both financial and in terms of armaments). The tail wags the dog…

If oil and gas becomes less necessary, then American grip on the hydrocarbon producers in the region becomes less vital. Indeed, the increase since 1989 in both oil and gas production outside the Middle East region has already had a slightly similar effect.

Gilad Atzmon has been another victim of a campaign of Jew-Zionist “lawfare” conducted by a Zionist cabal in the UK.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilad_Atzmon#Allegations_of_antisemitism; https://twitter.com/GiladAtzmon.

Afternoon music

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Sinding]
[Aivazovsky, Among the Waves]

Christ and Antichrist, Pope and anti-pope

[https://backtojerusalem.com/one-world-religion-headquarters-set-to-open-next-year/]

Interesting. I knew a very informed spiritual person in the 1980s, a bookseller in Museum Street, London, who predicted something along such lines, but also that it would be ruled by Jews based at the Temple Mount/Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, which would be “cleansed” of Islamic worship by that time.

Interesting too that the date for the Abu Dhabi centre to start operations is set as 2022, the first year of the next 33-year cycle…

The masks are really starting to come off. I recently discussed the Papacy and the New World Order [NWO] in a blog post (and have done so in the past). See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/10/14/diary-blog-14-october-2021/

[the Papal coat of arms of Pope Francis, with the Jesuit device dominating…]

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I begin to wonder (not however for the first time, if truth be known) whether the plan is not for most of the world to be “vaccinated”, thus gradually weakening the human organism, to the point at which the real pandemic will be unleashed, and against which few will have any resistance or immunity.

I do not claim that my above speculation is more than that, but what can one say? It is, so to speak, beginning to look a lot like Christmas…

Exactly. Much as I hated and despised Blair and all (or most) of his works, he was at least superficially competent. Since then, the slide has been steep…Cameron-Levita (part-Jew), Theresa May (part-Jew), A.L. “Boris” Johnson (part-Jew), each less competent than the preceding.

…and (with apologies to Nevil Shute https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nevil_Shute), “British democracy died, not with a bang but with a whimper“…

On the other hand, the sheer Satanic cunning of the “panicdemic” is that the System has, as Sun Tzu recommends in The Art of War, managed to convince the majority that restrictions and diktats are good [Sun Tzu: “to win without war is the supreme excellence“]. It could therefore be argued (and is) that “most people support the measures taken”. Of course they do. The poor saps have been scared out of their skins.

On those premises, what price “democracy”?

As I said yesterday, the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/.

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This is one —not the only— danger faced by the West and, more widely, “Christendom”— migration-invasion by adherents of a rather unsophisticated “Dark Ages” religion, which started off and continues as a cult of conquest, albeit disguised as peaceful.

There are other backward forms of religion in the world, but few that wish to conquer the world.

Christianity at one time spread partly via conquest (eg in the Americas), but has now abandoned forcible conversion of the “heathen” (unless you count those ghastly American missionaries in the Amazon and elsewhere). Hinduism and Judaism, as well as other religions such as Shinto, do not look for converts, and in their purest forms combine religion and race, or ethnicity. Buddhism is open to those wishing to practise it, but does not demand adherence.

It might be argued that, as a collective, Jews are aiming at world domination, but that aim, if aim it is, is not based on the Judaic religion (in terms of “converting” non-Jews to that religion), but on simple economic and/or military force, as well as control of world msm and finances.

I hope that that woman is identified, and a formal complaint made to the RSPCA and police. The poor horse just stands and takes it, trying only to move its head to soften the slaps.

[Update, 8 November 2021: reports state that the abusive and unpleasant woman filmed hitting and kicking a horse is one Elizabeth Bell, joint master (?) of the Cottesmore Hunt, based in Rutland. However, those reports are disputed on Twitter, to the effect that (some say) Elizabeth Bell, though present, was not the actual or active abuser.

Elizabeth Bell has a degree in Education, and is a schoolmistress. She co-founded (with her mother) a school in 1989 (Brooke Priory School, Oakham Priory, Rutland): https://brooke.rutland.sch.uk/history-of-the-school/; https://www.countrylife.co.uk/country-life/school-life-the-best-schools-in-the-north-of-england-5696; https://www.wildlifeguardian.co.uk/hunts/cottesmore-hunt/.

[Elizabeth Bell, of Cottesmore Hunt and Brooke Priory School, Oakham]

Despite foxhunting being a colourful and traditional spectacle, it is now necessary to stop it for reasons of animal welfare and propriety.

[Update, 9 November 2021: it seems that the abuser is alleged to have been one Sarah Moulds, so not Elizabeth Bell, though she, Bell, is a foxhunter.

I have to say that, were I a parent, I should not want such a bad-tempered woman (and animal abuser) teaching my children].

Yes. There is, as Griffin implies, a political vacuum in, particularly, England and Wales, but System repression combined with popular apathy means that there is still no credible social-national party or movement. If one can emerge, it will sweep all before it.

If the untermenschen are captured, a firing squad in the largest square of the nearest city. Not “judicial penalty” but socio-political deterrence.

I would usually oppose that young woman’s pathetic and derivative sub-Nietzscheanism but, looking at the photo, it looks as though she made the right choice…

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

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Diary Blog, 26 September 2021

Reading for a lazy Sunday

An old favourite— Raffles [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A.J._Raffles(character); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Amateur_Cracksman], now available free of charge online: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/706/706-h/706-h.htm.

Raffles : The Amateur Cracksman (Paperback) - Walmart.com - Walmart.com

There have been many attempts to adapt the Raffles stories for film and TV; few, if any, have been wholly successful. Perhaps another attempt should be made. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raffles_stories_and_adaptations#Adaptations

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While —for once— I agree with Blairite talking head and scribbler, Dan Hodges, a crisis is usually, in the end, provoked by people and their actions, not by some underlying reality. If 30 million people engage in any behaviour, it changes the whole situation. Regardless of how many millions of gallons of fuel are being shipped, refined, distributed.

Look at 1914. There actually was no “need” for war. There was not even, before the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, much desire for it, not even by most of the militaristic German staff officers, nor by any but the most revanchiste politicians and generals in the French capital. However, once that fatal shot had been fired, once the tightly geared mass mobilization machines had started across Europe, the non-crisis was at once a real crisis. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobilization#Mobilization_in_World_War_I

Having said that, and as Hodges tweets, there is not much that the Cabinet of clowns can do to resolve, immediately, the crisis (whether there need be a “crisis” or not). In the longer term, training British drivers, and giving them decent terms and conditions, would seem to be the way forward, at least until automation and AI mean that human drivers are superfluous.

Unexpected

Who knows? It may be true…

The last comment reminds me of the story of the Neapolitan who visited London in the 1950s, and saw how newspaper sellers would go for a snack or a beer, leaving their wooden box and newspapers, their chair, and even their tin for coins, in the street. Operating on the honour system, they fully expected purchasers to leave the correct change. The Neapolitan tried it back in Naples, but when he returned, 10 minutes later, he discovered the newspapers, coins, chair and wooden box all gone.

Having said that, London would probably be little more honest than Naples these days.

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Good to see.

I once wondered why the Palestinians of Gaza had never adapted the (no longer secret, and easily found) technology of the German V-1 rockets of the Second World War (an early “cruise missile”) to attack Israel, but probably their lack of interest was because the V-1, though very fast by 1944 standards, was a rather slow rocket by the standards of the late 20th, and 21st, centuries.

Even in 1944-45, the V-1’s speed (max. 400 mph) was insufficient to outpace the fastest British fighter planes, especially the Spitfire sometimes flying at, and even beyond, 600 mph: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V-1_flying_bomb; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermarine_Spitfire#Speed_and_altitude_records.

The Spitfire pilots became proficient in shooting down V-1 flying bombs.

In other words, a modern Israeli jet would easily be able to destroy such ground-to-ground air weapons.

The other tactic used by Hamas in or from Gaza is the tunnel. The Israelis, and the Hamas operatives, play a deadly cat and mouse game in which the former try to find such tunnels (using high technology) and destroy them.

I imagine that the response of Hamas will be to dig deeper and deeper, far below the surface, where even high explosive and bunker-busting bombs and missiles will have little effect. The moment of maximum danger for such tunnellers would be when they excavate to the surface again (presumably in less-habited parts of Israel).

So far, the Hamas tunnels have not penetrated very far from the Gaza enclave itself, but one could imagine a tunnel going from Gaza, very deep underground, to central Israel, with the idea of infiltrating fighters deep into Israeli territory and then striking a strategic blow or series of blows. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palestinian_tunnel_warfare_in_the_Gaza_Strip.

The cost of building such tunnels must be enormous. Even the present type of tunnel, limited in range, must be very expensive to create.

I believe that a very obscure directorate of the pre-1991 KGB specialized in tunnelling, but I myself know next to nothing about its work.

Other noted tunnelling groups included the 1960s-1970s Uruguayan urban guerrilla group, the Tupamaros [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tupamaros].

Merkel’s legacy

Merkel’s legacy? Germany as a dustbin. Words are superfluous; pictures tell the story better.

Germany is now not Germany at all, just as the UK is now scarcely Britain at all. I recall visiting both the Bundesrepublik (West Germany) and, though only once and briefly, the DDR (East Germany) in the 1980s. The western part of Germany had visibly declined when seen again in 2001. Now? Probably far worse.

Google the “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan”. That is the basis for much of what has been happening in Germany and across Europe, and even in places such as Australia and New Zealand.

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The Jewish lobby…yet again. It has been exposed, even just looking at the Labour Party, again and again…

and who can forget the Labour MPs who were (many still are) in the pocket of Israeli Intelligence? Here is moneygrubbing expenses blodger, Joan Ryan (now removed from Parliament), meeting Israeli official Shai Masot, and discussing a one million pound slush fund:

Ha ha!

We know what is necessary, or what will be necessary, but by reason of repression on free speech in the UK, cannot say so publicly…

That idiot wants the police to be “representative” of “everyone” in Birmingham. Well, about (?) 5% of Birmingham residents are probably criminals of one sort or another. Should they be in the police? Should they march with pride? Never say never…

Alison Chabloz

Latest word from usually-reliable sources is that the persecuted singer-songwriter and socio-political satirist, Alison Chabloz, should be released from prison this coming Thursday, 30 September 2021, having been incarcerated for mocking or simply criticizing “the Chosen”.

[Alison Chabloz]

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Or vice-versa. The fact is that, and leaving rhetoric aside (if stupid Angela Rayner’s yelling can be termed “rhetoric”), both main System parties are, in policy terms, almost indistinguishable in practice.

Most British people are, however, still more interested, sadly, in whatever is happening in the latest braindead “soap”, or Strictly Come Dancing, or whatever the “British” (ha) team are doing in some sport or other.

Charmant

Interesting film

https://odysee.com/@MariaOrsic:2/Beneath-Antarctica:a

Seems doubtful, but worth seeing. About 14 mins.

I recall an old lady I knew telling me that, with some friends from Switzerland, she visited (sometime in the 1990s) another friend, a former Waffen SS sergeant in Bavaria, who talked constantly about Hitler in Antarctica, submarines in 1945 going there, hollow Earth etc. They regarded him as having become very eccentric, though, and certainly did not believe any of it.

Would be good if there really were National Socialist legions in Antarctica ready to go into battle against the evils of the contemporary scene, but I have to doubt their existence.

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Diary Blog, 9 June 2020

Bristol statue

I said most of what I wanted to say yesterday. However, in the noise and hullabaloo around the events of the weekend, what seems to have been overlooked is that the mob now has the bit between its teeth. The craven inaction of the police in Bristol will have emboldened the mob, now that no arrests were made, none of the mob tasered, or shot, or even hit over the head by the odd police baton.

I saw tweets to the effect of “it had to be done. We had debated and discussed this for years to no effect.” In other words, “we tried argument and local political action, but we did not get what we want. So we took direct action and now we have what we want.

This is a further step towards the race/culture war which is coming.

The other aspect that has struck me since the oddly-publicized death of the black man in Minnesota has been the relentless and generally biased msm campaign. Every mass media drone from James Corden to Piers Morgan has been getting in on the action. Even the Royal Mulatta has tried to horn in. At least when Greta Garbo said “I vant to be alone”, she meant it!

Once the British people see that the police are not protecting them, and not protecting even significant parts of the established society (which a statue in a public place is), it is but a small step to seeing the police as irrelevant or even as an enemy contingent.

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In fact, Belarus is not the terrible place about which the msm bleats, when it does not ignore it. For a part of Europe that has always been rather poor, it has at least avoided migration-invasion and cultural evil.

A different kind of government might have taken the opportunity, with all those enemies of Western culture and civilization gathered together, to…(well, you get my meaning…).

https://twitter.com/Rosa80035632/status/1270369453814005762?s=20

A few thoughts today…

Know the “wrong” (i.e. targeted by the NWO/ZOG State) people, send “a few images” from National Geographic etc to your friends, collect a small amount of “Nazi” memorabilia and/or a few unusable knives or swords, or cushions featuring Swastika motifs, or make a few jokes about untermenschen, do a few unapproved political things in public, and you may well end up getting sent to prison, in our warped 2020 UK; but mobs of blacks, browns, white traitors and “antifa” thugs can roam through the streets of London, Bristol etc, topple historic statues and chuck them in rivers; they can deface monuments, cause injury and terror. What happens to the members of those mobs? The police commanders do nothing to stop the terror, even make statements supporting the mobs with weasel words, and make few if any arrests (none at all in Bristol).

In the unlikely event that the street terrorists of London and Bristol are actually arrested and then charged and prosecuted, will any face prison? No, they will not. Community service, conditional discharges, maybe the odd fine.

We can see the way that this is going. Traitors in Parliament, traitors in the police, traitors in radio, TV, the Press and the legal system are creating planned chaos in this country.

Again, where most typical old-style “Conservative” supporters go wrong is in assuming that the “authorities” are somehow negligent or weak in not stopping the disorder, when the reality is that “authority” has long ago been infiltrated by Common Purpose, by 1960s cultural revolutionaries turned “Establishment” figures, and by those who are completely in the pocket of the Jewish-Zionist element.

Who are they? Well, they are legion…but look at, for example, the heads, or recent heads, of organizations such as the Civil Service, the Security Service MI5, MI6/SIS as well, the editors of newspapers, the Director(s) of Public Prosecutions, the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Cressida Dick (and the legions of others of similar stripe, such as Superintendent Andy Bennett of Bristol), the types that turn up on or behind TV as presenters, heads of department, you name it. Even comedians. Tony Blair. Cherie Blair/Booth. Many MPs.

These are just the tip of the iceberg. One day, perhaps not too far off, Britain will undertake a cultural purge which will save the British people and all Europe.

“Prince” Andrew

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/jun/09/prince-andrew-charity-broke-law-paying-trustee-350000

TV news

Since the NWO “lockdown”/shutdown, the TV news has been unwatchable: split-screens showing multikulti children howling pop songs “for the NHS” or for non-existent “community”, interviews with officially-approved scientists, “experts”, government ministerial drones. Virtually no foreign news at all, except, now, endless eulogizing of the deceased black man in Minnesota. His tasteless funeral service in Texas was relayed for literally hours this evening on both Sky News and BBC World. Who should turn up there, like a bad penny, but “Rev” Al Sharpton! Still ranting. God, what a world…

The Great Train Robbery

Watched a TV film, The Great Train Robbery https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Train_Robbery_(2013_TV_series) , presumably based on (though I did not notice it credited) The Robber’s Tale by Peta Fordham, who used to be called “Peta Boredom” by Private Eye. Her husband was a criminal barrister of some note in his day.

As to Peta Fordham herself, when I read her stuff as a teenager (I mean her books, not her —I think Observer— column) I tended to despise her bleating on behalf of the professional villains she seemed to support; she also wrote on behalf of their families. She seemed to lose “professional” (if journalism be deemed a profession) detachment quite often. I recall the blurb of one book saying that “…she lives in a flat in the Temple, and has a house in a bluebell wood in Kent“. In other words, a typical affluent chattering-class “liberal” (odds-on that she supported mass immigration too…). A smug “liberal” Bar/Fleet Street denizen of the time. Hateful.

Reverting to the TV film I saw (first of two episodes), it was well-made, well-filmed. A couple of gripes relating to locations: one location, presumably a residential park in inner city London, somewhere like Goose Green, East Dulwich, was captioned “Lincoln’s Inn Fields”. I am presuming that it was cheaper to film in the other place; but in a film such as this, authenticity is essential. If it were impossible to film in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, then just film it elsewhere, but without the misleading caption.

Money was obviously an issue: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Train_Robbery_(2013_TV_series)#Filming ; quite good, though, overall.

British Airways

BA is now saying that those of its staff that it chooses to “re-employ” after “lockdown”/shutdown will receive less pay, worse conditions of employment etc. Is this a straw in the wind? Will that become the norm? All fallout from the crazed Government reaction to the Chinese virus.

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Where Andrew Neil may be uncomprehending (actually, I think not…not at all) is if he thinks that the black mobs and “antifa” (etc), insofar as they espouse “Marxism” or “Marxism-Leninism”, think that they can have old-style socialism without secret or not so secret police, labour camps, executions etc. Au contraire. Look at Twitter. The “Marxists” and similar on Twitter usually do not admit as much, but they are gagging to have the power to round up anyone they care to label “fascist”, “Nazi”, “racist” etc and shoot them, or order them shot. It’s palpable.

“Today, statues— tomorrow, people”…

[the image below is of course not 100% accurate— the mob should be 90% non-white]

Let’s not pretend that this is all accidental. When non-white political careerists like Sadiq Khan or David Lammy want to start tearing down statues, they are attacking all white British people.

First cultural genocide, then actual genocide. How? Various ways: promotion of non-procreative lifestyles (LGBTQ etc); promotion of abortion of (white) babies; promotion of racemixing, ie destruction of European ancestry, or its imprisonment and minimization; false history taught and/or broadcast (Romans, Greeks, ancient Egyptians as “black”, along with mediaeval Europeans, Renaissance people etc); actual killing or driving out of white Europeans (eg in contemporary South Africa); TV and radio propaganda, especially aimed at the young.; and so on.

Do not mistake what is happening. We, as white European people, are receiving open declaration of war. Some non-whites and also some white and other traitors are declaring war on us, openly now.

Here is one cuckoo in the nest:

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

and look at these traitors:

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and deputy leader Angela Rayner pictured kneeling in solidarity with anti-racism protesters
[above: Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner bend the knee in fealty to the enemies of white Northern European culture and civilization]

King Leopold of the Belgians, and the Congo

Yes, the regime of Leopold in the Congo was brutal, but it ended in 1908 (he died in 1909) and, after that, the colonial regime in the Congo was often considered one of the most enlightened in Africa. By the time of Independence in 1960, every village had a well (towns had running water and sanitation), most had a school, a clinic etc.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratic_Republic_of_the_Congo#Belgian_Congo_(1908%E2%80%931960)

During the 1940s and 1950s the Belgian Congo experienced extensive urbanisation, and the colonial administration began various development programmes aimed at making the territory into a “model colony”.[9] One result saw the development of a new middle-class of Europeanised African “évolués” in the cities.[9] By the 1950s the Congo had a wage labour force twice as large as that in any other African colony.” [Wikipedia]

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

Albert Schweitzer (who was mainly in what is now Gabon, part of a French colony then called French Equatorial Africa, but whose work was influential in the Congo) is now largely forgotten, no doubt as a result of the prevailing political correctness:

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

“Civilizing mission”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belgian_Congo#%22Civilising_mission%22

[above: Lovanium University, Congo, built in the 1950s]

Since Independence in 1960, the Congo has reverted to savagery. Read the account of the late Mike Hoare: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad_Mike_Hoare#Works_by_Mike_Hoare

50 years of progress were wiped out by less than 5 years of African misgovernment (make that now, as of date of writing, 60 years of African misgovernment…).

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The animals, birds and sea-life of the world face the same main enemy as we white human beings, i.e. the vast number, still increasing, of non-whites in this world.

https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/

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Diary Blog, 11-12 May 2020

Boris-idiot and the Chinese virus

Well, Boris Johnson’s shambolic amateur-night Churchill impression of yesterday has not exactly gone down a storm. I think that the infamous casting director who first rejected Richard Whiteley’s application had the right injunction: “Himoff!

Even that peculiar little “Misbegot”, Philip Schofield, is doing a Peter Finch “Network” reprise!

Yes?

In fact, the usually supine msm talking heads such as Schofield seem to be getting back a heady whiff of journalistic (or whatever) independence. Look at Piers Morgan, here tearing a strip off one of the barrow-boy “Conservative” MPs, former market gardener Andrew Bridgen [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Bridgen#Early_life_and_career]:

Reading some of the readers’ comments in, eg the Daily Mail, the public mood is now becoming unforgiving toward Boris-idiot and his Cabinet of fools. And that is before the furlough money tap is shut off…

Even the msm journalists are scathing toward “Boris” now. The only one I saw who is not critical was the ancient reactionary joke scribbler, Janet Daley, in the Telegraph.

I forecast after the 2019 election that, with Labour an irrelevance, any opposition to the “Boris” government of fools would come from within the Conservative Party itself. So it is proving to be.

The public too are now, too late, awakening to the horror of the full uselessness of “Boris” Johnson. Yet he can only be (lawfully) removed by his own MPs, and they are very unlikely to do that at this stage.

Tweets seen, etc

In one part of his mind, “Boris”-idiot knows that the Underground is the best incubator that the Chinese virus could ever find. Another part of “Boris”, however, imagines that all those workers that have to resume (or continue to) work in London can just hail a taxi! Or perhaps bicycle, or stroll, to their work, as do Oxford students en route to lectures and tutorials.

“Boris” should be told that London workers of all kinds do not all live in the purlieus of the Palace of Westminster, or bicycle from Mayfair or Belgravia. Some come in from as far away as Didcot, Diss, Margate and the Isle of Wight! Not to mention North Finchley, Epping, Morden and Ealing

The tweet below caught my attention mainly because it is typical of the times: semi-literate, yet the tweeter is apparently a writer who has written or broadcast for BBC, Sky News, Guardian, New York Times etc…

As I have blogged before, forcing the public to wear absurd facemasks or scarves round the mouth or face will not only not do much (if anything) to stop the Chinese virus, but will be the biggest boon the shoplifters and other criminals have had for years. Eyewitness and cctv evidence will become almost useless, and people will look rather alike in many cases, so facilitating petty (and perhaps also serious) crime.

Evening foray

So to Waitrose. The police, even in this quiet corner (with apologies to Gogol’s Dead Souls) seem to have become much more active. A police jeep saw me and, though ahead of me just before I turned from one road to another, circled around by another route so that the police were behind me after a minute or two. Being rather intuitive, I had guessed from the start that that is what he or they would do, but (having a clear licence and the car insured and MOT-compliant), I could not be bothered to outwit them. In the end, the police followed me all the way to Waitrose in the nearby town, but did not bother to stop me after I turned into the store car park. Still, a sign of the times…

As to Waitrose itself, no obvious shortage of anything and, as on my previous visit, few shoppers, though this time none wearing those pathetic masks or wound-round scarves.

Recent tweets seen

Interesting tweet below, too!

and this (below):

I noticed that in someone, in either January or February (I forget which) for several days, and I believe that I myself may have caught this virus in early February but shown no symptoms at the time (despite being 63). I suppose that I shall never know.

“Furlough” scheme

The furlough payments scheme “should be extended”, it is said:

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/may/12/extend-furlough-scheme-or-face-spiralling-job-losses-rishi-sunak-told

Why? It is not necessary once the absurd “lockdown” is lifted. The scheme costs £8 billion per month, almost as much as the entire NHS with its 2 million employees, which costs £11 billion a month.

It is suggested that the scheme might continue until September instead of end of June. Another £24 billion, almost as much as the wrongheaded HS2 project (in its entirety)! In fact, I would support the furlough extension if that meant that HS2 would be scrapped, but I doubt that ministers will do that. It would be too elegantly simple.

As for the idea floated around Westminster that employees might return part-time, and that the furlough payments be reduced accordingly, that idea would seem to have no logic at all behind it.

Kay Burley

I rarely bother with TV news these days. A kind of Soviet-style government mouthpiece, whatever the channel designation. However, I did see a few minutes of Sky News this [Tuesday] morning. Kay Burley interviewing Angela Rayner.

I do not have much time for Angela Rayner, but Kay Burley’s behaviour was extraordinary to those of us brought up to think that news presenters should be or at least seem “impartial”. To my mind, Kay Burley showed herself completely pro-Conservative Party, pro-Government. I am not talking about giving Angela Rayner a hard time as interviewee but Kay Burley simply shouting out her own opinions and refusing to leave open the possibility that the Government might have acted incompetently. In other words, she did not so much ask questions as demand that her view be accepted.

I have often seen Kay Burley cross the line into partisan territory. She was very hostile to Corbyn from 2015 to 2019, and totally in the pocket of the Jewish lobby; at least that was my strong impression. However, I always discounted the claims of Corbyn supporters that Kay Burley was biased in favour of the Conservative Party as such. No longer a question. She is.

Angela Rayner did try to remonstrate, mildly, with Kay Burley, about the latter’s behaviour in the interview, but to little effect. Indeed, Kay Burley hit back! This is what happens when fairly mediocre, not highly educated people, get jobs as news anchors, get paid a million a year or whatever, and then forget that they are only reporters or news facilitators, not active players. John Humphrys was another example.

Sanity breaks out here and there…

Coronavirus is not at epidemic levels in Britain, experts at Oxford University have said, with new figures showing that only a tiny proportion of the population is currently infected.

The latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggests that just 0.24 per cent of adults – approximately 136,000 people – have the virus. Separate surveillance by the Royal College of GPs indicates it may be even less. 

Figures released last week showed just 0.037 per cent of people have the virus…” [Daily Telegraph]

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/05/11/coronavirus-no-longer-epidemic-uk-oxford-study-finds-cases-falling/?li_source=LI&li_medium=liftigniter-rhr

Edwina Currie

Ghastly old Jewess Edwina Currie has apparently been on daytime TV, supporting the Government’s “policy” on “lockdown” etc. Poor Government!

Edwina Currie, like many Jews, especially women, “smiles”, or goes through the motions of what human beings do when they smile, when there is no actual reason to smile. I have never discovered why “they” do that. Like a nervous tic rather than any expression of humour or warmth.

As to Edwina Currie specifically, I remember well her overnight destruction of the UK egg market in 1988. My memory is not at all taxed. I remember that incident because I heard about it in specific circumstances that make it easy to recall. It was late at night and in December 1988, and I was at the Hotel Grand (now the Mercure Grand Warszawa) in Warsaw.

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I had just that evening arrived by train from Bielsko-Biala in the south of Poland. Outside, the snow lay heavy on the ground.

I turned on my radio and found the BBC World Service (which at the time was still worth listening to). The news from the UK had two main items: there had been a terrible train crash at Clapham, South London, with much loss of life; also, Edwina Currie, the government junior minister responsible for, inter alia, the egg industry, had said (wrongly) that most eggs in the UK were contaminated by salmonella. As a direct result of Edwina Currie’s mistake, 4 million hens were slaughtered.

Tweets seen

Ain’t that the truth?!” [above]. Now, every Tom, Dick and Sharon has a “degree” from some place or other, quite many have a “Master’s”, involving a 1-year course, which no-one ever fails; in fact at Oxford and Cambridge you get a “Master’s” degree merely on payment of a small sum, with no course requirement, work, or dissertation required!

I am not making that up. In fact, I recall that my then girlfriend, in the 1980s, was sent a letter from Cambridge University warning her that if she wanted to be able to put “M.A.” after her name, she would have to pay (I think) £35, because the time limit was approaching (as I seem to recall). She had graduated around 1971. The limit must have been 10 or 15 years, if there was a limit. Maybe the University just wanted the money.

https://www.cambridgestudents.cam.ac.uk/your-course/graduation-and-what-next/cambridge-ma

What a farce…

As for “academics”, “academia” in the wider sense is now full of fakes and simplistic ideologues such as the woman lecturer (I think from Southampton University), whose tweets I saw on Twitter recently, to the effect that books written by “Nazis” should be burned. These are among the gravediggers of European civilization. They must be stopped.

There are numerous “doctors” of this or that (esp. on Twitter) who actually use the title, despite not being medical doctors, academics in any formerly-accepted sense, or persons in either holy orders or scientific institutes. Infra dig, but that is what Britain today is like: just a bad joke.

Despite official figures (quite possibly inflated) showing that 30,000 or so people have died “of” (with) Coronavirus, i.e. about one person out of every 2,000 in the UK, and that only about 4 people (if that) out of every 10,000 are presently infected, the public panic has scarcely abated. Fear has been spread (by the Government, the Opposition, the NHS lobby, the msm etc), and it is now proving hard to rein back on that.

The “Great Replacement” continues…

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8309529/Joy-52-migrants-saved-languishing-Greek-camps-flown-UK-start-afresh.html

More Hitchens tweets

This is key, but it is actually alarming that so many people, including those with “degrees” and recognized professional qualifications cannot see it. I had smoked salmon for breakfast this morning, and the weather became less cloudy. I do not imagine that the weather became less cloudy because I had smoked salmon for breakfast. It would have happened whether I had smoked salmon, devilled kidneys or raspberry pop-up tarts. cf. “lockdown” and Coronavirus.

Rishi Sunak and furlough

Sunak has extended the “furlough” scheme until October. A remarkable decision, and I think the wrong one. The right decision would have been to open up the economy completely or almost completely from this week or certainly by the end of the month.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52634759

What has now been done is to say to at least 7 million employees and self-employeds, “stay on holiday until the Autumn” on what amounts —for many of them— on full pay, once the costs of simply being employed are taken away (eg transport to and from work).

Yes, others are “working from home”, either actually or notionally, while yet others are, whether as “key workers” or not, still working normally. However, a quarter of the total workforce are now as good as economically inactive until October or even November. The economic fallout will be massive, as will be the upfront costs of “furloughing” all those people: £8 BN x 7 months = £56 billion.

As Lord King, the former Governor of the Bank of England said today, the economy will not be damaged as much by the furlough programme costs (if only because the cost of State borrowings is very low at present and can be spread over long future periods) as it will be by the fact that a quarter of the workforce is not doing anything productive, and because companies on the edge before the “virus” struck are now insolvent but kept in suspended animation by “furlough” monies to employees, loans to companies from the State, and rent holidays (and/or suspension of rent default proceedings in the courts).

The furlough payments will keep up demand to a certain extent, but only to a certain extent, in that payments are capped at £2,500 per month.

The effect on the currency is as yet unknown. Other European (and yet other) countries have similar schemes, so there may well be relativity, but eventually the pound sterling must fall vis a vis most other currencies, thus fuelling inflation in the UK.

I have seen inflation of that type. It has political effects. I am not talking about the utterly mad hyperinflation of Germany in 1923 but a lesser, yet still fast, inflation. When I first went to Poland in 1988, the taxi drivers had a little sticker by the meter. You paid a multiple of what the meter said. When I was there in Summer 1988 (for a couple of months), the stickers read “x2” and then “x4”. When I returned, a few months later, the stickers read “x8”, then “x12”. The following year, the year when the whole Soviet and Eastern European socialist system started to collapse visibly, the stickers read “x40” and then, I think, “x200″…

For a foreigner (what some Germans of the post-WW2 occupation of Berlin called, in a mix of English and Russian, a “valuta vulture” , “valuta” being the Russian for “foreign currency”), the collapse of the Polish zloty in the late 1980s had selfish positive effects: I for example could take a taxi to whatever passed for a good hotel (when I was first in Poland, I was not staying in hotels), have a breakfast, get a taxi onward, and pay (including tips) about £1 or £2 for breakfast and taxis combined. That was not much even in 1988.

Anything produced in Poland could be bought for pennies in English or American currency. For example, I bought a few Polish vinyl records of symphonic music for about 10p or 20p each.

The drawback was that very little was for sale anyway. The usual local shops were not well-stocked. Anything imported had to be bought at hard-currency-only “PEWEX” (pron. “Pevex”) shops: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pewex

Where did people get their dollars to spend at PEWEX? Mostly from the Polish diaspora, particularly the long-established Polish communities in the USA. Remittances to famly members.

One of Lenin’s probably apocryphal statements was “to destroy a country, first destroy its currency“. The fact is true, even if the attribution is not. Currency is a major factor of any state. States that do not have their own currency are joke states (eg Zimbabwe 2009-2019). States where the currency is very weak tend to be weak states (Weimar Germany in the early 1920s, Poland in the 1980s).

In Poland, the collapse of the zloty was not the cause of the collapse of the socialist system, but accompanied it, as did other trends, and the currency collapse was at least one cause of the collapse of “Polish” socialism.

The pound in 2020 or 2022 may not quite go the whole way of the Polish zloty of the 1980s, but “never say never”…

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What the government of fools has done, in effect, is declare a national holiday on full pay for millions of people. For a further 4 months. At the same time, the most egregious restrictions of the “lockdown” nonsense are to be relaxed (before the mob ignore them anyway…), so allowing all those people “furloughed” some freedom to enjoy their unexpected weeks and months of leisure.

 

Diary Blog, 4 April 2020

Coronavirus:

“Nightingale emergency coronavirus hospital may not be needed as urgently as expected”

London’s intensive care units were expected to be overflowing at this point but are only three-quarters full

But while the emergency capacity had been expected to be required as soon as last Wednesday, the first patients are now likely to arrive early next week – a tentative sign that the coronavirus outbreak in the capital may not be as bad as expected.” [The Guardian]

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/03/nightingale-emergency-coronavirus-hospital-london

Maybe I was right in my guess that the virus crisis is both less serious than at first thought and perhaps also already at or even past its peak, though the Government evidently thinks not and is talking about 1,000 Coronavirus deaths daily by Easter (14 April).

Ah…

https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-uk-lockdown-could-be-relaxed-in-weeks-says-top-govt-adviser-11968358

The truth is that, the longer this “lockdown” goes on, the worse will be the economic damage and the less likely it will be that the police will be able to enforce what amounts to —for quite understandable reasons— the house arrest of most of the population.

As I have blogged previously, the “lockdown” is mostly holding, so far, because most people have accepted that it is necessary. As soon as people start to doubt that necessity, and so stop fearing that they and their own families might both get the virus and need hospital treatment for it (or even die from the virus, though that is happening to only about one person in every 20,000 or 30,000), that will be the end of the “lockdown”, because the police simply do not have the numbers to stop people en masse from doing anything.

Labour Party leadership election and deputy leadership election

A few tweets seen today:

To my mind, the problem Labour has is not really one of personalities or personality, but of inherent purpose. Labour came into being to represent a class of people —the industrial working class— and, later, the working classes generally, that had been frozen out of the political process.

That “working class”, or “proletariat”, to use Marxist terminology, no longer exists in any large quantity, though faux-revolutionary “thinkers” (scribblers) such as Owen Jones try to turn the urban and suburban “precariat” and/or “lumpenproletariat” into a kind of 21stC “proletariat”; and so the flat-capped, booted steel workers or miners of the past are replaced by “chavscum” people wearing pseudo-sports clothing and footwear and driving hatchback cars (probably uninsured). It doesn’t work.

The “precariat”, lower-paid people, unemployed etc on minimum wage and/or State benefits mostly take no direct interest in politics and do not join political parties, certainly not System ones. They probably do not even vote, most of them. The days when fully-unionized mass meetings of “workers” all voted and moved as one, as in 1926, or even 1980, are gone. Finished. History.

We should not forget that, in 2019, only about 67% of those (even) registered to vote, voted. A third and possibly more of the potential electorate turned their collective back on the whole process.

I have said this before, but few in the msm want to accept that the “old parties” (to use a Mosley-ite term) or System parties are all on their last legs. The misnamed “Conservatives” are riding high (54% in the polls this week) purely because Labour and the LibDems look even less credible.

Actually, it’s quite funny that, on Twitter, the Labour Party activists’ echo-chamber of choice, people are earnestly debating which doormat for the Jewish lobby would make the best “leader” or deputy, when Labour is around 26% in the opinion polls.

Labour will get the votes of, in broad-brush terms, most public service people, most NHS employees, most of the blacks and browns that bother to vote, most of those dependent on State benefits that bother to vote. Fine, but all of those add up to only about 25%-30% of the electorate. What was Labour’s vote-share in 2019? 32.2%.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Results_breakdown_of_the_2019_United_Kingdom_general_election

Britain’s FPTP voting system and oddly-delineated constituency boundaries provide built-in uncertainty, but Labour needs to get more than 35% to be in with a chance of forming even a minority government. Its problem there is that the white people of the UK are voting with their feet, not so much toward the Conservatives as away from Labour (as I have predicted for months and even years). In Scotland to the SNP, in England to Conservative Party (to some extent) and to protest and alternative parties such as UKIP in 2015, Brexit Party in 2019 (except that its own leader stabbed it and its members in the back), and in both countries to apathy and non-voting:

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Coronavirus levels off in mainland Europe

“Fall in daily deaths in Spain”

https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2020/apr/04/coronavirus-lives-news-china-prepares-to-mourn-martyrs-as-us-urges-everyone-to-wear-face-masks

The Coronavirus wave seems to have peaked all across Europe as well as in China.

“German cases slightly decrease prompting ‘very cautious hope'” [The Guardian]

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8187181/Keir-Starmer-vows-stamp-anti-Semitism-poison-new-Labour-leader.html

A Few Words About Labour’s Chances Now

I was so pleased that Alison Chabloz got bail this afternoon (after having had to spend three days in prison) that I nearly forgot to blog about Labour’s recent conference, which ended yesterday.

[On Alison Chabloz, by the way, she is free pending appeal, which will not be heard for months in all likelihood. In the meantime, she can post on her website, sing songs, whatever. It seems that her bail is unconditional. She has now spent a total of 5 days or part-days in prison or in court on the breach of condition matter. That means that even if she fails on appeal (which itself will be another day taken off any time to be served in prison), she will only have 22 days to serve including day of release. So really 21 days. Unpleasant but bearable for her, though perhaps not for her persecutors, who have been desperate for their pound of flesh.]

So back to Labour and its chances in the upcoming general election.

I think that we have to start from the baseline that Labour is now a joke. There always were joke elements in Labour, thinking of that old hypocrite Michael Foot and his “donkey jacket” etc. Corbyn in some respects personifies that late 1970s or 1980s Labour. As I have blogged previously, Corbyn is a familiar English “type”, the middleaged-to-elderly and probably white-bearded “socialist”, with his “Lenin” cap and copy of (in the past anyway) the Morning Star, Tribune or at least The Guardian; to be found at allotment gardens, socialist commemorations such as the Durham Miners’ Gala or the annual remembrance of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, at steam rallies or heritage railway stations. I think of Corbyn as one of those Edwardian caricatures, with an outsize head and a little descriptive and humorous caption.

The picture I have of Corbyn is more the amiable type described above than the Corbyn of the 1980s, of the IRA sympathies and crypto-Communism. Like so many of his type then, Corbyn must have found it hard to reconcile the “Green Fascism” (as some term it) of the Provos with the “social rights” bleating of the inner-city Labour Party, let alone whatever back-of-postcard “Marxism-Leninism” Corbyn may have picked up from his truncated course (he dropped out after a year) in Trade Union Studies at North London Poly: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremy_Corbyn#Early_life , and then to mix that in with some attachment to the British form of representative Parliamentary democracy.

Again, I have tweeted and (after the Jews had me expelled from Twitter) blogged from 2016 about Corbyn’s rather poor intellectual and cultural level, how he is a poor leader (in fact, no leader at all), and about his cartoon political level: “Jews good, Zionism bad; wars bad except for the war against Hitler’s Germany and any wars conducted by Marxists”; “The Battle of Cable Street” in which “the people of East London” “defeated” Mosley and the [British Union of] Fascists; “!No pasaran!” (and other pathetic misunderstandings of the politics of the 1930s).

It is easy to laugh at Corbyn as a politician or generally, though if he is thought unfit to lead a major party or the British government, then he is no more so than have been others, such as David Cameron-Levita, Theresa May or, now, Boris-Idiot.

As the days go on, it is clear that very few people in this country think that Boris Johnson is a fit and proper person to be Prime Minister. Every day that goes by reduces him as a prime ministerial, let alone statesmanlike, figure. It has nothing to do with Brexit. I favour Brexit. I do not favour Boris-Idiot, who is doubling down on Brexit as the only way to keep a bloc or constituency of voters voting Conservative. Johnson’s Cabinet is entirely composed of Conservative Friends of Israel members, who want to impose a ZOG/NWO tyranny on the UK. Most of them are also complete deadheads.

I believe that, for several years now, the voters have been voting against the party they hate most, rather than for the party they support most.

What are Labour’s positive points for voters? What are the negative points?

Labour has a number of policies which might appeal to those voters not completely hostile: promises to tenants, the young generally, the elderly generally, commuters, those faced with ever-higher utility bills etc.

As to the negatives, well, I did not watch much of the recent Labour Party Conference on TV, but a few things did strike me. I saw a wild-eyed and fanatical young man (in fact he looked completely mad) who wanted to abolish all independent schools (was he a teacher? Good grief! I suppose that that is why the main teaching union is called NUT). I also saw the delegates vote to, in effect, open Britain’s borders to almost all immigrants, as well as keep free movement of labour (in reality, that would include “Roma” Gypsy thieves and scavengers) within the EU, as part of keeping the UK within the EU. They also voted to allow all immigrants to receive State benefits, to work, and to vote.

Opinion polls are strongly against abolition of independent schools and against open borders. Most voters also oppose more immigration. The Labour policies (not yet official) would mean yet further hordes of backward immigrants from all over the world coming to the UK, either being supported by the State or driving down pay levels (probably both), occupying housing sorely needed for British people, using stretched services such as NHS, schools, trains, roads etc. Those immigrants would be able, if Labour were in power, to vote (so no truly British party would have a chance), and to import “family members”, so increasing the non-white population even more. Those would then breed. It would mean the end of this country as a decent place for white British people.

Then we look at who would be in a Labour Cabinet. We have already mentioned Corbyn. What about this absurd drunken “ho”?

Emily Thornberry, aka Lady Nugee (her husband being a half-Jewish High Court judge); the photograph below shows the couple at a Zionist dinner, alongside the Israeli Ambassador to the UK.

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Then we have Angela Rayner, who wants to abolish non-State education, as likely Secretary of State… and what about the blacks around Corbyn? Kate Osamor? She might be in Cabinet (she was in the Shadow Cabinet until recent scandals) if Corbyn can form a government. I blogged about her a while ago, after her son (employed by her at £50,000 a year via her MP expenses) was convicted but not imprisoned for drug dealing. He was kept out of prison because his mother pulled strings. I have heard of “the political jungle”, but really…

https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2018/12/02/troop-cartload-barrel-or-family/

and who could forget Diane Abbott?!

https://news.sky.com/video/when-the-maths-just-does-add-up-for-diane-abbott-10860592

This idiot could be Home Secretary soon!

When you look at all the negatives, you can see why even those who hate or mistrust the Conservatives are often now unwilling to vote Labour. These deadheads in the highest seats of government…and voting for even more mass immigration. Nein danke.

The opinion polls are all over the place, and in the past month have veered from giving the Conservatives a Commons majority of 200 right through to Labour being largest party but without a majority. Incredibly, Boris-Idiot is still way ahead of Corbyn as Prime Minister material. Truly, Eton and Oxford are the materials that make stupidity shine! Even unpleasant Jo Swinson is ahead of Corbyn, though!

The Survation poll above puts the Conservatives as largest party but (via Electoral Calculus https://www.electoralcalculus.co.uk/userpoll.html) a huge 54 votes short of a majority (but with the LibDems on 61 seats, a second Con Coalition is possible). The ComRes poll puts Labour ahead, but even further from a majority: 57 short. The LibDems under Jo Swinson have ruled out a coalition with Labour under Corbyn (a sign of how embedded the Jewish lobby now is in the LibDems), but Labour could still just about form a minority government with the votes of SNP, Plaid, Green and some Northern Irish MPs.

Conclusion

Boris Johnson is trying to weaponize Brexit in the hope that it can be his chariot back to power and with a majority. It might work. Certainly, without the Brexit vote, Johnson is toast, the Conservative Party is toast.

Labour has almost caught up with the Conservatives in the opinion polls. That seems to augur well for Labour in the sense that it means that a complete collapse is less likely despite the contempt in which many voters seem to hold the party. As always in the UK, the FPTP voting system, the contrived boundaries of constituencies and the existence of “safe seats” (a high majority of seats are considered “safe” in most circumstances) make the election hard to call. At present, I think that a hung Parliament is still the most likely result. A majority for the Conservatives is also possible. Labour? Hard to be dogmatic, but their best result would probably be to be largest party in the Commons, with a plurality but not majority of seats.

Notes

https://www.itv.com/news/2019-09-27/exclusive-snp-set-to-back-corbyn-as-caretaker-prime-minister-writes-robert-peston/

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…by the way… Indians often cannot do two things

  1. Drive;
  2. Handle alcohol.

Here is “Baroness” Chakrabarti at the “Labour” Conference, proving the second contention…

https://www.channel4.com/news/labours-shami-chakrabarti-if-i-were-boris-johnson-i-think-i-would-resign

and other tweeters notice her hypocrisy: Shami Chakrabarti favours abolition of independent schools, yet sends her son to Dulwich College! A bit like Diane Abbott, who sent all her children to fee-paying schools while decrying private education…

Update, 27 September 2019, 2300 hrs

This is certainly going to be a vote-winner for Labour as well as being the only right and proper thing to do. Having said that, most people likely to be benefited (literally) by this policy either vote Labour already or do not vote. Only complete idiots would vote Conservative or LibDem if they are reliant on State benefits; they would be turkeys voting for Christmas. Will others, floating voters not on benefits, vote Labour because of this? Some might, but in my view not enough to be very significant electorally, though I might be wrong.

Update, 28 September 2019

The latest opinion poll published (by YouGov, from work done 3-4 days ago, so not quite up-to-date in a fast-moving and volatile political environment).

That would give the Conservative Party a Commons majority of perhaps 48. However, the two other recently-published polls (see above), which were far more favourable to Labour, took their soundings on the same days as did YouGov. Just shows how uncertain is the public mood now.

I happened to see this, from The Times, tweeted by one of the active Jew-Zionists on Twitter (involved with the anti-Corbyn-Labour GnasherJew cabal) and others:

Of course, the Jews want rid of Corbyn and having been trying to depose him for 4 years now, using every lever of influence they have in the msm, as well as over many suborned Labour Party MPs (eg Tom Watson). That despite Corbyn having paid lip service to the “holocaust” fakery etc.

Having said that, there is no doubt that Corbyn is not resonating as much as he might with former Labour voters. The Jewish lobby campaign against Corbyn has, of course, had an effect, though that is not the whole story. Corbyn is associated with the kind of Labour stances that most English people (especially) instinctively know are detrimental to them: mass immigration, fake “equalities” laws, backward-looking 1980s Labour Party socialism etc.

That is rather unfair (it was Tony Blair’s social-democratic Labour that imported the really huge waves of recent immigration after 1997, for example), but there it is. The people have the instinctive feeling that Corbyn-Labour is somehow anti-British (though I myself see it as no more so —in some ways less– than “centrist” pro-Israel Blairite Labour, or indeed the Zionist-ruled “Conservative Party).

Ultimately, my view is the Labour and Conservative parties are both sliding. A new wave will rise up.

Update, 29 September 2019

…and Angela Rayner wants the voting age to be 16. Well, why not? After all, she herself managed to get knocked-up at 16, so she was certainly sensible…oh, no, wait…

In fact, why not reduce the voting age lower yet, so that the in-school brainwashing about the multikulti society can really have an electoral effect…

This is desperate. It’s just the toss of a coin now as to which of the two largest System parties collapses first.

Update, 2 October 2019

John Rentoul is ideologically far from me, but is always worth reading all the same; probably the best-informed of the System commentators:

Update, 28 October 2019

I saw this tweet (the thread is worth reading; click on the tweet):

What I take away from the tweet, mainly, is the first sentence: many (most?) people that that lady meets think that she is basically silly (and in the minority?) for supporting Corbyn-Labour. The tweeter’s Twitter profile reveals that she is from Leeds, which has 8 MPs, 5 of whom are Labour MPs. I do not know Leeds, but know that it is not natural Corbyn territory: e.g. the highest ratio of private to public sector jobs of any major UK city (77% private, 23% public). Leeds is (officially) 85% “white”.

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

Even so, the comments (and those of other tweets in the thread) are telling. Corbyn-Labour is just not breaking through beyond Labour’s core vote, and maybe not even there, much.

From the same thread:

What matters, electorally, is the perception.

Is There Movement On The Labour Front?

My attention is caught by a Daily Mail report, which claims that “allies of” Tom Watson MP are confident that Corbyn will “be forced to” step down as Labour leader, after which Watson would face John McDonnell in a leadership contest which Watson would win. Watson would then take Labour back to its “Centrist” Blair-Brown supposed heyday (Watson preferring Brown to Blair, perhaps), after which the voters of Britain would cast their votes for the reborn “moderate” Labour Party and sweep Watson into Downing Street.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6790909/Labour-heavyweight-sizes-rival-leadership-thinks-Jeremy-Corbyn-finished.html

Where does one start, in unravelling such nonsense? I suppose, with the fact that Corbyn, having become leader of the Labour Party by some kind of miracle (speaking objectively and meaning a series of events not easily explicable in terms of materialistically-influenced logic), then was challenged and again won very convincingly.

It is necessary at this point to understand that the opposition to Corbyn has come, from the start, almost entirely from the Jewish or Jewish-Zionist element both within and outside Labour, from Jews and from persons who, while not all Jewish or part-Jewish, are completely under the control of that Jewish-Zionist lobby. A few examples? Sex-pest depressive John Woodcock MP (who left Labour once an inquiry was announced into his personal behaviour; ethnic status not entirely certain), Wes Streeting MP, Ruth Smeeth MP (Jewish, former employee of the Israeli lobby and propaganda organization called BICOM; “confidential contact” of the US Embassy in London —“source” according to Wikileaks), Rachel Reeves MP (ethnic status not completely certain), Angela Smith MP (now not in Labour), Joan Ryan MP (not now in Labour), Margaret Hodge MP (Jewish), Luciana Berger MP (Jewish, a poisonous Zionist; not now in Labour), fathead Chuka Umunna MP (half-Nigerian; not now in Labour), Jess Phillips (ethnic status not entirely certain), Liz Kendall MP (ethnic status not entirely certain) etc.

There are many others in the anti-Corbyn cabal. Most if not all of the MPs in that group belong (or did while members of the Labour Party) to Labour Friends of Israel.

The Labour “anti-Semitism” storm is entirely the creation of a “claque”, an organized body of cheerers and booers, mostly of Jewish and/or Zionist origins and connections. It is being pushed constantly by the Zionist-permeated “British” mass media. The aim is to get Corbyn to resign. That is the only way in which Corbyn can now be unseated.

This weekend, Watson was on the “controlled” mass media, eg the Andrew Marr Show, pushing the Zionist line:

Marr himself is of course completely signed-up to the “System” and to the “multikulti” society. Ecce the great “liberal”…

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The Zionists used to control both main System parties. They have, since 2015, lost full control of one. They wish to get that control back. However, their fallback position would be to make Labour seem (or be) “unelectable”. In that event, the misnamed Conservatives would succeed electorally and so continue to form the government (which would be fine in the view of the Zionists: only about 5% of Jews now vote Labour).

Moving to the Daily Mail hypothesis: why should Corbyn step down? No-one can force that. The aim seems to be what is now termed “gaslighting” of Corbyn, to destroy his confidence and increase a sense of powerlessness. I think, though, that Corbyn’s enemies are underestimating his resilience.

Corbyn may be no intellectual, nor a particularly good speaker (though there are plenty of worse ones in the Commons), but he has resilience in spades, and the hide of a rhinoceros (he has had to have had that, over the past 4 years). He probably does feel like Julius Caesar in the Ides of March, with so many Labour MPs who hate him and plot against him surrounding him (including his own Deputy, Watson, whom Corbyn has no power to remove). I doubt, however, that Corbyn will step down while there is a chance that he might become Prime Minister. Don’t forget that Corbyn put himself up for Labour leader when no-one in the msm, no-one in the Westminster bubble, no TV or radio talking head “expert” thought that he had a chance.

Let us see what would happen if Corbyn were to step down: surely McDonnell would beat Watson? After all, Corbyn has so far beaten all “moderate” opponents easily:

  • In 2015, Corbyn won with a vote of 59.5%, beating Andy Burnham (19%), Yvette Cooper (17%) and Liz Kendall (4.5%);
  • In 2016, Corbyn beat Owen Smith MP 61.8%-38.2%, others having dropped out in ignominy (Smith is now so obscure that I have seen nothing of him in the msm since he was sacked from the Shadow Cabinet two years ago);

Were the contest to be a straight McDonnell/Watson one, I have little doubt that McDonnell would win. The Corbyn loyalists who are now the bulk of the membership would see to that. The Daily Mail suggests, surely risibly, that thick-as-two-short-planks Angela Rayner might contest and win such election. If she did, that would finish Labour almost as effectively as would the anointing of Diane Abbott! (Married name “Rayner”; unsure what her position is re. Jewish-Zionist lobby).

I myself come to this as an uninvolved though (as some would say) not entirely disinterested observer. I have never been a Labour member, supporter or voter. My main interest in Corbyn and Corbyn-Labour is in its having become a fairly strong anti-Zionist caucus, though terribly weakened by the cognitive dissonance of having to believe that those suffering under Jews/Zionists in the Middle East are right to fight them but, at the same time, (brainwashed into) believing that those exploited by Zionists in Europe (or who refuse to allow Zionists to control them or to destroy the European ethno-cultural stock) must not fight them (certainly not literally) because that would be “antisemitic“!

I also see Corbyn-Labour as one stepping-stone to a social-national movement not far down the line.

McDonnell and Corbyn both give lip-service to the “holocaust” narrative, play along with all that farrago of fakery and contrived emotionalism etc. They do not seem to see (may be too stupid to see) that such lip-service opens the door to Zionism. Witness the way in which Corbyn has been forced to start expelling loyal Labour members and supporters because they are judged (initially by the online Jewish-Zionist claque/cabal) to have tweeted or said something “anti-Semitic”! Labour also adopted the Zionist-drafted “international definition” of “anti-Semitism” (only in fact “adopted” by about 35 states out of 200). Why? Weakmindedness? Laziness? Was it the work of Zionist agents in Labour?

At any rate, the damage has been done and the “claque” (led by the malicious “CAA” cabal) is already crowing online. Corbyn should have felt his own power and just told the Zionists (“international definition”, “holocaust” nonsense and all) to get lost. He did not do that and now the evil pack is again baying for his blood…

The situation is not beyond repair. If Corbyn wins out, then good, the political situation will develop and the so-called “Overton Window” will have moved. If Corbyn loses and especially if Watson or someone under his sway becomes Labour leader, then that could be good in another way, by disgusting Corbyn’s most committed supporters and by rendering Labour even less “electable” than it now is (perhaps so opening up the political waterfront generally).

After all, “moderate” (hardy ha ha) ZOG/NWO tool Gordon Brown lost a general election, as did Ed Miliband. Corbyn so far may have “lost” one general election, but that 2017 “loss” has weakened the Conservatives greatly.

Do Watson’s supporters really think that he could lead the Labour Party to victory? I suspect that that is not the priority for “those behind the curtain”. “They” want rid of Corbyn and a pro-Israel leader installed. Whether Labour does well electorally is of little or no interest to them.

Notes

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6790909/Labour-heavyweight-sizes-rival-leadership-thinks-Jeremy-Corbyn-finished.html

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

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Woodcock_(politician)

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

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

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

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

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

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/labour-party-conference-rules-deselection-momentum-nec-leadership-contest-jeremy-corbyn-a8550661.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_Labour_Party_(UK)_leadership_election

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_Labour_Party_(UK)_leadership_election

below: Chris Williamson MP doing exactly the wrong thing! Giving in to the Jew-Zionist lobby instead of speaking out clearly against it! Thick dork! Does he really think that he buys any credit from the Jews? They will still hate him whatever he says! If only Labour MPs had the guts to “just say no” to “them”!

Update, 14 March 2019

and here, below, we have the result of not coming out clearly and decisively against the Jew-Zionists! Labour is now far behind the misnamed “Conservatives”…and all because Corbyn, McDonnell and (eg) Chris Williamson are incapable of really hitting the Jew-Zionist lobby hard! You have to be clear and decisive! Also, Corbyn should bin the blacks and browns in the Shadow Cabinet and start again (he will not do that, though, and seems oblivious to the fact that most voters do not want Diane Abbott, Dawn Butler and other deadheads ruling them)