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Diary Blog, 22 May 2022, with more thoughts about the war in Ukraine

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[Roerich, Overseas Guests, 1901; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Roerich]

On this day a year ago

Russia/Ukraine

Plenty of msm comment to the effect that Putin is washed-up, that there may be a coup d’etat etc. Hard to say.

Some of the “Putin is finished” comment (including that with origins in UK/US intelligence services) may be wishful thinking. There is no obvious replacement for Putin, as far as I can see. If there were, he would not live long once Putin noticed him!

We hear that the war in Ukraine is lost. Is it? The pockets of Ukrainian resistance in the south and south-east have just been stamped out. The UK msm may call the surrender of the Ukrainian forces at the Azovstal plant near Mariopol/Mariupol an “evacuation“, but few are fooled by the “transformative language”. The Ukrainian forces left alive surrendered to the Russian forces.

To my mind, there are two, maybe three, main factors why Russia has not used even more brutal tactics in order to win militarily in Ukraine. The first is that Ukraine, after all, was almost part of Russia, certainly very closely linked, for a thousand years or more, albeit that the history is complex: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Ukraine.

The second reason that Russia has not as yet pulled out all the stops is that use of the most brutal weapons and tactics (e.g. battlefield or tactical nuclear weapons, e.g. flattening completely all major Ukrainian cities not in Russian hands) might bring down NATO response despite the inherent dangers in that.

The third reason why Russia has not brought to bear all its enormous power is that Putin wants to take over at least something of a functioning agricultural and industrial economy after any Russian victory, an objective impossible of realization if the cities are totally destroyed, the population killed or driven out, or if the land itself is contaminated.

I note that the Jew Zelensky, puppet head of the Kiev regime, has now said that diplomacy, not war, is the way to end the conflict. Does that betoken a perceived weakness in the Ukrainian position on the ground, or does it mean that Zelensky’s cabal thinks that the Russian military position is weak? You could look at it either way.

Zelensky, however, has obviously been told not to cede any territory to Russia de jure, not even Crimea, where 90%+ of the population is Russian and only about 2% Ukrainian now.

Speculating here as advocatus diabolus, some in the Russian camp may be thinking of a “Devil’s alternative”— destroying Kharkov, and even Kiev, almost entirely, as well as other places, driving out the Ukrainian population, then eventually repopulating the part of Ukraine east of the Dnieper with Russian settlers.

That would be a terrible and almost Biblical scenario, but it has happened in Europe previously, most recently in 1944-1946, when German populations were killed and/or driven out of East Prussia, Galicia, Pomerania and Bohemia, replaced by Russians (Konigsberg, East Prussia/Kaliningradskaya oblast), Poles (East Prussia, Pomerania and Galicia), and Czechs (Bohemia/Sudetenland).

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How can this be seen as acceptable?

Goering’s train

Interesting short historical documentary.

Alison Chabloz

Many readers of this blog will be aware that persecuted satirist and singer-songwriter, Alison Chabloz, was imprisoned (again) in mid-April for poking fun in song at some aspects of Jewish behaviour. She was sentenced to 22 weeks, which in terms of actual custody is 11 weeks (77 days). She has now served 38 days, meaning that sometime tomorrow (Monday 23 May 2022) she will be at the halfway point of her actual custodial sentence.

Imprisoned for singing a song. Britain has fallen far…

[Alison Chabloz]

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A social menace that has been treated with kid gloves for far too long.

…and another part of that is to divide and rule over the motoring public, as witness the recent slew of fake “opinion polls” saying that “most people” want those over the age of 90, 80, 70, and even 60 either to be barred from driving or forced to retake a driving test (most people, even at 20 or 30, would struggle to pass the test again years after having passed).

…yet we hear all the time from System sources that the “Great Replacement” is a mere “conspiracy theory”. Indeed, Prosecution Counsel in the recent Alex Davies trial made that very point, if I recall the newspaper report aright; yet here we are, and we see that the Guardian (no less) is citing a United Nations report on it.

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King was certainly a grade-A hypocrite.

The American lawyer, William Pepper, who defended King’s alleged assassin, James Earl Ray, was a door tenant at the very odd chambers where I did my pupillage in London (in 1992-1993). I met him once.

I remember that a young lady I knew laughed on seeing the board by the entrance showing the names of all members of chambers, and which had him down as “Dr. Pepper”, like the root beer. Well, in her defence, she was only 15.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_F._Pepper; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_F._Pepper#Martin_Luther_King_cases.

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Diary Blog, 19 May 2022

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[“In red we see the social idea of the movement, in white the nationalistic idea, in the swastika the mission of the struggle for the victory of the Aryan man, and, by the same token, the victory of the idea of creative work, which as such always has been and always will be anti-Semitic.”—Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf]

On this day a year ago

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One has to respect the fortitude of those Ukrainian defenders at the Azovstal plant, but they were just “useful idiots” for Zelensky’s Jew-Zionist Kiev regime.

Thousands have now surrendered. I trust that they will be treated properly and decently by their Russian captors. I think that they will be.

The truth will out, as they say…

I repost that as signalling my opposition to censorship on Twitter, but the “Dame Abi Roberts” person was very rude about me once or twice on Twitter, and I think supported the persecution of me by the Jew element, so fuck him (I think it was a “he”, in fact)…

As to the “Jack Monroe” person, I think that some of her activity, trying to advise impoverished people about cooking very cheap food, is all to the good, but her apparent support for the State’s “panicdemic” measures is or was, in my opinion, negative. She was hardly alone, though.

All or almost all those prominent in the msm or on social media supported the lockdown/shutdown(s), the supposed “vaccine” etc. Many have now switched (most of) their virtue-signalling to “Ukraine” flag-waving.

I think that I discern a metaphor there somewhere…

More “monkeyworld” “enrichment” of society…

Late tweets seen

[PC Plod cycles furiously to the scene of an online “antisemitic trope” complained of by the tiny but ever-whining “Campaign Against Antisemitism” cabal]

At that time, Paris had not been invaded much by the sweepings of Africa, North Africa, and the Middle East.

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[Yeremka’s Song, from the opera Enemy Forces, by Serov]

Diary Blog, 22 April 2022

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[Stalingrad, 1943]

On this day a year ago

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I still see the occasional poor sap wearing a useless facemask; usually an elderly person, and usually at Waitrose, though I did see a little village shop today where almost all of the 6-8 customers (except me, I think) were still wearing the masks; I suppose they still imagine that it is “the law” (if it ever truly was). The other customers were all about 90 years old.

In any case, most of what issues from the bastard’s mouth is a stream of lying falsehood.

East of the Dnieper river and also, in the south, 50-100+ miles inland from the sea coasts, as I have been blogging from the start, a couple of months ago.

Having said that, in my view such a strategy must eventually include Kiev, which straddles the Dnieper.

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[SS-Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler, at the Berghof]

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If only Britain had kept the Empire; if only Britain had not fought a savage and pointless war against the German Reich. The shambolic and corrupt countries now seen in Asia and Africa would still be being run properly, by British civil servants and officers at the top level, and indeed below top level. It would have been better for Britain, the native peoples of those countries, for the animals, birds and other wildlife, and for the environment generally.

Late tweets

Ha. Reminds me of British TV news film taken in Salisbury, Rhodesia, circa 1966:

Here is another film. Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe) in 1960.

It was not that different when I was there in 1977. I remember seeing most of what is on the film. A few more tall buildings.

Now, of course, after 45 years of black misrule, it is very different.

I notice that even black “Zimbabweans” comment about how beautiful it was back then. True. It was the beauty of the flowering trees and bushes etc that struck me when I was there in 1977. I hope that they still have some of those, at least.

Human nature? It is human nature (for the majority) to bend before authority (read Nietzsche). That is why most, for example, British, Australians, New Zealanders etc obeyed the “rules” and illegitimate laws imposed. Not all sheep in New Zealand have four legs…

Cruel gibe…

Society would lose nothing if those women and the man (if that is what he is) speaking were themselves “terminated”. Au contraire.

Jesus H. Christ! It may be trite to repeat it but “war is hell” (even when unavoidable)…

Of course, most of Ukraine, even in the active war zones, is not devastated, not yet anyway. I hope that it will not be devastated. However, the funnelling of heavy armament by USA/UK etc (NWO/ZOG) to the Jew Zelensky’s Kiev regime will only prolong and intensify the agony, the harm and the loss to civilians, and the destruction of cities and towns.

Russia will probably still be able to take all of the part of Ukraine east of the Dnieper, and Kiev as well, eventually.

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[Chateau Frontenac, Quebec]