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Diary Blog, 21 June 2022, including thoughts about Lithuania, Kaliningradskaya Oblast (former Königsberg region) and NATO

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Lithuania, Kaliningrad, and the NWO/ZOG push for war with Russia

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10934333/Russia-warns-actions-against-NATO-member-Lithuania-blocking-sanctioned-goods.html

Here we see the weakness of a structure such as NATO.

One for all and all for one” (the motto of The Three Musketeers) sounds very gallant, and does provide a member-state with greater security (knowing that all members will pitch in if only one is attacked), but has this weakness: that if a member-state, even a tiny and (dare one say?) insignificant one, picks a quarrel with a neighbouring state (however large and powerful that neighbouring state may be), and if, as a result, the large neighbouring state then takes military action against the little state, all NATO members are obliged to take arms against that large and notionally “aggressor” state, despite the fact that it is the little member-state that has caused the problem.

I do not want to be too hard on the Lithuanians, who suffered much under Sovietism, and during the Second World War, and who were helpless victims of great-power strategic moves during much of the 20th Century, but this latest action by the Lithuanian government could trigger a third world war if allowed to get out of control.

It is also, from the point-of-view of Lithuanian self-interest, an action of stunning stupidity. After all, should NATO and Russia fight in that region, even using conventional weapons, which country is likely to be flattened first? Quite…

Or was this Lithuanian action the result of orders from secret sources in Washington and/or London?

We have been here, in a sense, before. On 1 March 1939, the governments of France and Britain gave “guarantee” to the government of Poland, pledging to “support” Poland, were Poland to be attacked: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Polish_alliance#British_assurance_to_Poland.

That “guarantee” was in fact worthless: “The British Chiefs of Staff at the time however noted that ‘we could give no direct help by land, sea or air’.” [Wikipedia, citing History Today].

Nonetheless, a mere 5 months after the proffering of the worthless “guarantee”, and when Germany invaded Poland in September 1939, Britain and France declared war on the German Reich despite not being able to assist the Polish government in any practical way.

Stupidity, or malice? At any rate, thus began the Second World War. As for Poland, instead of being invaded and badly damaged once, in 1939 (invaded by Germany from the west, and the Soviet Union from the east), it was later also a battleground in 1944, as Soviet forces pushed west into Central Europe.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaliningrad; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%B6nigsberg; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO; and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithuania (Lithuania is almost exactly half the size of England, or between a quarter and a third of the size of the whole UK, but has only 2.8M people).

I wish not to see Europe, including the UK, devastated by a third massive war, and on an even more destructive scale, but it seems that the political puppets of the NWO/ZOG matrix have other ideas.

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I have no idea what the circumstances were, but the tweeter has a point. There are too many jobsworths, too many compromisers, and too many people all too ready, for careerist reasons, to kow-tow to the forces of Evil (posing as the Good), as I remarked yesterday with reference to the fact that not one barrister helped me or gave one word of support when I was (not only wrongfully, but actually unlawfully) disbarred in late 2016: as to that, see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

Interesting health test

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jun/20/balancing-on-one-leg-useful-health-test-later-life-research.

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Bar the odd minute or two, same with me.

There are exceptions, of course, but speaking in broad-brush terms, the blacks cannot create a civilization, cannot maintain one without help and guidance (look at the former colonies) and, all too often, cannot even live in one without being a destructive or nuisance element in society.

“Boris”-idiot runs the government of this country in a shambolic, inept, and corrupt way, just like some fraudulent, Levantine, part-Jew, part-Turk. Why is that? Oh, no, wait…

As for that weird little Jew, Fabricant, if his claim that he was once some kind of SIS agent (or officer? Surely not?!) is correct, then it does tend to support the view that “British Intelligence” is unfit for purpose.

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Diary Blog, 2 June 2022

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[Old Orangerie, Marianske Lazne (former Marienbad), Czech Republic]

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In the Germany of the mid/late 1930s, such weather was called “Fuhrerwetter“…

[1930s, Nuremberg: the Bund Deutscher Madel make display]

Twitter trivia news

Quite a few tweets seen this morning talking about the “suspension” (expulsion?) of the “Andrea Urban Fox” Twitter account. I have seen, in the past, a few tweets from that person (who seems to be tied up with the Jew-Zionists in some way). Not one tweet was of any interest whatever. Just rubbish. Why do so many people post meaningless rubbish on Twitter, and in some cases for hours daily? I can only suppose that it gives them something to do.

I cannot remember now whether Andrea Urban Fox ever tweeted about me. I think that she may have done, critically, and several years ago. No matter, anyway.

Maybe now, if the “suspension” actually turns out to be a permanent expulsion, “Andrea Urban Fox” will find something useful to do with her day(s).

[Update, same day: that Twitter account was reinstated, for whatever reason. Twitter, apart from now being far more dull than it once was (the result of the censorship, and expulsion of interesting tweeters such as David Icke, Alison Chabloz, me —if I may be a little immodest— and many others), is a mess in terms of how it works. Will Elon Musk really proceed with its acquisition? He seems too intelligent.]

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The “problem” (((problem))) is by no means confined to the USA. “They” try to get the non-whites to believe that the you-know-whos are on the side of the blacks and browns. No, they are playing the non-whites off against white Europeans, in a strategy of Zionist supremacism.

Oh, and that (((one))) is as much a genuine “Stewart” as I am a genuine “Liebowitz”! See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Stewart#Early_life_and_education.

https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2022/5/24/what-is-putins-end-game-in-ukraine

I agree with both of the above tweets. In what world are those people worth that pay? When Justin Webb returned to the UK after having spent several years in Washington for the BBC, he was asked the main difference between the UK and USA, and trotted out the old story about the younger man looking at another man”s very expensive car and exclaiming either (UK) “he should not have such a car” or (USA). “one day I shall have such a car“. Trite, tired, mediocre, and actually quite inaccurate (the story, Justin Webb, and indeed the BBC). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Webb.

The BBC is out of its time, really. Its output is now certainly not of higher quality than that of its competitors, and as for it being “ad-free”, not so; it advertises itself and its output constantly, and shows government propaganda quite often (as well as in its shows).

The BBC receives excessive funding via the “licence fee” system, a tax by any other word, enforced by bailiff-like enforcement staff. Even today, there are people (often poor single mothers etc) in prison for (following court order) not paying, or being able to pay, that bloody “licence fee”.

Now I read that the best of the BBC TV channels, BBC Four, is going to be axed to save money! The only decent part of the BBC left. It really is time to get rid of the BBC’s “licence fee” funding and make it compete on a level with the other channels (now numbered in the dozens).

I might take a different view, were the BBC on a higher general cultural level, but that is not the case (even on BBC2) now, and has not been so for decades. As said, the best bit of the output, on BBC Four, is going to be axed.

As for BBC Radio— appalling. Radio 4 is almost entirely unlistenable now, while Radio 3 has been greatly dumbed down.

Get rid. Take away Justin Webb’s (and others’) rice bowls.

Talking of the BBC, I was interested to see that a son of the poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko, one Sasha Yevtushenko, is now a BBC radio producer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sasha_Yevtushenko. Aged 43, apparently.

I recall meeting the then very young (maybe about 4-y-o, cannot quite recall) Sasha Yevtushenko, sometime in the early 1980s, when at Bournemouth with my then girlfriend, who was a friend of his mother, the third wife of the poet.

The maternal grandmother of Sasha Yevtushenko lived in some expensive part of Bournemouth, very close to the sea, and had one of those Victorian wooden beach huts in which people change for swimming, which huts now sell, sometimes, for tens or even hundreds of thousands of pounds. That one was on a quasi-private beach.

Despite the hot weather, we were the only people there. It was like a small cove, as I remember. I also remember the almost (?) hyperactive little boy holding the door handle from the outside, shouting out “Nilzya!” (“Not allowed!” in Russian) repeatedly and (for no reason) refusing to allow me to exit the wooden hut. There were small windows in the door. I could see him holding the handle.

What can a polite guest do? One can hardly force open the door and possibly hurt the small child, no matter how peculiar his behaviour. In the end his mother called him.

I blogged about the poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yevgeny_Yevtushenko] some years ago. See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/04/04/yevgeny-yevtushenko-darcus-howe-and-the-msm-cultural-musings/.

How time flies in a life: it seems not hugely long ago that an odd little boy was shouting out in Russian while imprisoning me in a beach hut. Now, the small boy is suddenly 43, and a BBC radio producer. Well, there it is; and I myself am no longer in my twenties!

[Update, 23 June 2022: https://www.forumdaily.com/en/syn-evgeniya-evtushenko-rasskazal-o-zhizni-i-poslednix-dnyax-poeta/. I was unaware that Yevgeny Yevtushenko had had two more children as late as 1990].

A talk worth hearing

“Millennial Woes” (Colin Robertson), talking in 2021 about the evil and misnamed “Hope not Hate” (((cabal))).

Seems to have been subject to censorship (or a technical defect). Try to find it online, on Odysee.

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Much of France is still good, still beautiful, but Paris and some other large cities and towns are now largely not French, not European, and do not deserve to exist.

The same images:

The Great Replacement. The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. White Genocide.

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…and the semi-uniformed person, presumably some kind of attendant, seems to be not much interested, certainly does not do anything (or call for help on his radio), but (on his own against about 20 untermenschen) just bleats slightly at the mainly non-white mob. Perhaps afraid of being attacked.

This is an example of why, in the future, some form of social nationalism will have to take the reins. To exterminate evil.

He’s behind you!“…

Tweeter above failing to see that the whole “trans” nonsense of recent years is but a small part of a far-wider attempt by secret circles and cabals to destroy what is left of traditional society, particularly in Europe and other white-European-settled parts of the world, and to replace it with a “society” of dystopia— raceless, unisex, cultureless, hopeless, atomized (so easy to rule), and drugged in every way. As said many times, social nationalism must rise up to exterminate evil.

Ha ha! A one-time trainee psychiatrist (who seems to need a psychiatrist herself, in my opinion). As far as I have read here and there, she did not work for long as a doctor of any kind. No longer able to sustain the fakery of the facemask nonsense, now that most people have woken up.

Her Twitter feed is amusing, full of replies to her from cranks who are still wearing facemasks. Some really give themselves away, saying how much they love wearing their masks. Mentally-disturbed, quite obviously.

I did not see her tweeting that when this shambolic mess of a government made wearing facemask muzzles a legal requirement, and failure to comply with the facemask nonsense punishable by law.

I have remarked in the past on the blog about how doctors who become politicians or “activists” are usually a waste of space. Other examples? Dr. David Owen; Dr. Hastings Banda; Dr. Liam Fox. Dr. Evan Harris. Etc.

The incredible shrinking NHS

https://www.advertiserandtimes.co.uk/news/eight-year-old-with-broken-leg-turned-away-from-hospital-aft-9257120/

Shambolic. To me, after various experiences over the past decade, unsurprising, however.

In fact, it is not just the NHS hospitals and GP practices, but also dental services, central and local government generally, roads, rail, the courts, the police (a fortiori)…you name it. In down to earth language, this country’s gone to ratshit over several decades (and especially since 2010).

It is not the “fault” solely of immigrants (or immigration), or Jews, or British people becoming “wiggers” etc. It is a compendium of many causes, working together to trash the country. A Gordian Knot which, however, can be cut.

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This is him: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Hickel. Frightening to think that a person of that sort may actually influence the policies adopted by governments.

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Homeschool your children. Contrary to what many in the UK believe, it is not illegal! See https://www.gov.uk/home-education.

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Diary Blog, 18 January 2022, with more thoughts about the BBC

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[The Cloisters, Upper Manhattan, New York City, USA; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cloisters]

The BBC and its funding

A tweet showcasing, and impliedly criticizing, the views expressed by the half-Jew mass media figure Michael Grade [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Grade].

To a large extent, Grade’s views about the BBC are wrongheaded. While I think that the time has indeed come for the BBC licence fee (tax) to go, I do not think that the BBC should simply be left to sink or swim in the commercial media world.

Grade apparently wants the BBC to get rid of BBC2 and BBC Four television, presumably to save money. To echo Margaret Thatcher, “No! No! No!” Completely wrong. BBC2 and BBC Four are the best bits of BBC TV, the bits worth keeping and, though only after reforms are executed, the bits worth subsidizing.

The obvious way to subsidize the BBC is through direct government subsidy. Critics say that that would mean the BBC becoming a government mouthpiece. Hardy ha ha. What has it been for the past ~20 years (and certainly very arguably, since the 1920s)?

We do not say that, for example, the courts cannot do their job properly and (reasonably) impartially because they are funded directly, that is from central funds.

The licence fee system is both unfair and inefficient, with large collection (and enforcement) costs. It comes down to us from an era prior to, and immediately subsequent to, the Second World War, when people had to have licences to own, among other things, a radio, or a dog.

The original licence was for radio, and was introduced in 1923; the TV licence was introduced in 1946: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Television_licensing_in_the_United_Kingdom#History.

In previous blog posts, I have explained my overall view: I support public service broadcasting, and think that the effective founder of the BBC, Lord Reith, had the right ethos, “to inform, to educate, and to entertain“, in that order. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Reith,_1st_Baron_Reith#%22Reithianism%22; and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC#1927_to_1939.

What that means to me is that both commercial and populist considerations have to take second or third place. The BBC, as or if a public service broadcaster, must have the confidence to ignore the siren voices of “is it popular?” or “is it competing with commercial mass media?“. The whole point of subsidizing the BBC is that it has no need to compete with ITV, or Sky, and no need to pander to the tastes of the uncultured.

The BBC went wrong a long long time ago. In the 1960s. The pandering to mass sports interest by coverage such as Grandstand was part of that, as was the commissioning of most BBC comedy and variety shows, and the later focus on popular dramas, and what we now term “soaps” (from the American “soap operas”, sponsored by detergent companies, shows such as The Guiding Light).

Generally, it can be said that, especially during the 1970s and thereafter, there was the impetus to compete for notional “ratings” with ITV and, later, after the 1980s, Sky. Pointless and unnecessary.

My solution for the current BBC question would be to keep BBC News, BBC2 and BBC Four, though all reformed, and with a far higher cultural level on BBC2. No newsreaders (or others) getting anything over £200,000 a year in gross pay, at absolute maximum. A focus on arts, sciences, current affairs, and historical subjects.

As for radio, keep only Radio 3, Radio 4, and the BBC World Service (and return that last to its pre-1990 glory days). Radio 3 to reverse its current dumbing-down tendency, and Radio 4 to be thoroughly purged of its now-pervasive Jewish influence, suburban “wokery”, and general hostility to white Northern European life and culture.

Subsidize the above; get rid of, or sell off, the rest. Also, sack most of the present on-camera (and radio) staff. Start with useless overpaid drones such as Gary Lineker. Lord Reith would spin in his grave to see some ignorant big-mouth of that sort paid a million a year to shoot the breeze about football (the new “opiate of the masses”).

Amusing note:

In researching for the above piece about the BBC, I happened to see something about John Logie Baird, generally considered the inventor of television (though there are others with good claims as well, including Germans, Americans, Japanese and Russians: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanical_television#Television_demonstrations). What amused me was this:

“Soon after arriving in London, looking for publicity, [John Logie] Baird visited the Daily Express newspaper to promote his invention [television]. The news editor was terrified and he was quoted by one of his staff as saying: “For God’s sake, go down to reception and get rid of a lunatic who’s down there. He says he’s got a machine for seeing by wireless! Watch him—he may have a razor on him.” [Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Logie_Baird].

How often we see those ahead of their time described as insane, or silly. The inventor of the hovercraft, Cockerell, received only limited personal benefit from his work during his lifetime. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Cockerell#The_hovercraft.

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True [addendum: the already-removed tweet showed Angela Rayner], but then look at the present crowd: Priti Patel, Liz Truss etc…

Come to that, look at the part-Jew, part-Levantine, chancer and bad joke presently masquerading as Prime Minister…The fact is that the whole Westminster political milieu and system is broken.

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Savile, like others such as the Jews Greville Janner and Leon Brittan, seems to have been protected by the Jewish/Israel lobby. Savile himself as good as admitted it in a TV interview I saw not very long before his death. He said or implied that he was part-Jew (which may or may not have been true, almost certainly not), and that he had somehow helped the Israeli Embassy with matters (who knows?).

Starmer, of course, is married to a Jewish woman lawyer, and their children are being brought up as if fully-Jewish. He is a member of Labour Friends of Israel.

I have no idea whether the above allegations in respect of Starmer’s role in the Savile scandal indicate that Starmer deliberately tried to protect Savile (he may have been simply incompetent, or just mistaken). Still, the matter should be investigated, if it has not already been.

Don’t blame Raab, as such. Blame the system that put him there. Blame a system that puts idiots like Michael Fabricant, Boris Johnson, Claire Rayner, Diane Abbott, Nadine Dorries, and hundreds like them, into Parliament. Not to mention the untermenschen such as Fiona Onasanya (now binned and on the dole, but others are still there).

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As for trade unions, like most institutions and organizations in Britain now, all but useless. Completely taken over by Common Purpose careerists and other enemies of the people.

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Good grief. The BBC is so replete with “licence”-payers’ money that it pays a scarecrow-on-a-stick nearly £300,000 a year to “work” only half the week…

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Drunken Churchill, in 1940, made the famous “we shall fight on the beaches” speech, in which he said ” We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender…”, but could of course never have imagined that, 81 years on, most of the British people are more interested in football, TV talent shows, and dance competitions, than in “defending their island”.

Indeed, a significant minority of deluded persons actually welcome the invasion of Britain by hordes who, at best, will be useless, and at worst a mortal danger both to UK citizens and to the national heredity.

Ultimately, you can see what element is behind this warmongering in the USA and UK— the same “element” that was behind the two world wars. “They” play on existing tensions for strategic profit.

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[“You see, my son, here time turns into space!“]

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

Diary Blog, 16 January 2022

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Historical views on history and monarchy

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10404373/The-Queen-RIGHT-axe-Prince-Andrew-sake-monarchy-says-WILSON.html

Was reading the above article on the Royal Family and UK monarchy by scribbler A.N. Wilson.

Long ago now, I reviewed a book by A.N. Wilson on Amazon UK, where I was about 40th most popular reviewer (out of millions). Later, around 2012, the Jew-Zionist lobby had me barred from reviewing on Amazon UK (and on the separate American site…so much for “free speech” in the occupied USA…). All my reviews were then hidden from the public, and remain so.

One of the reviews effectively lost was the one about a book on British history in the 20th century, by A.N. Wilson. My view had been that his book was a really good read, but at the same time riddled with historical inaccuracies, absurd conclusions, and simple spelling mistakes. This article is similar in some respects.

Look at this:

“…we should not take the durability of the institution for granted. 

At the end of World War I, when Russia, Germany, Austria and many other European nations were replacing their monarchs with forms of government in every way more tyrannical and bloody, George V, our king, once quietly remarked: ‘I’m going to have to work hard to keep my job.’

He and his wife, Queen Mary, did indeed work to develop the concept of constitutional monarchy.

Far from endangering parliamentary democracy, it strengthened it. With a monarch as head of state, there is continuity and stability — it is no accident we remained a democracy when countries without kings or emperors ended up with leaders such as Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini and Franco.”

Well, let’s see. “At the end of WW1...” etc: In 1917, the rule of Nikolai II in Russia was replaced by that of the Provisional Government under Prince Lvov and Alexander Kerensky. It was not “tyrannical” or “bloody“, but was chaotic and unable to rule. Indeed, one could argue that the previous years of Nikolai’s rule, at least since the 1905 uprising, had been at times both tyrannical and bloody, especially if the Russian participation in WW1 is placed on the scales.

True, the Bolshevik government, which replaced the Provisional government later in 1917, was certainly bloody and, in the lay sense, tyrannical, and that was so even under Lenin, certainly later yet under Stalin.

Germany after WW1 was not a tyranny. The Weimar Republic was decadent, badly-run, verged on disorder at times, and was quite illiberal towards those who, like Hitler, were German nationalists, but it cannot really be called either tyrannical or bloody. Neither was the government of Hitler, in its 6 years of relative peace (1933-1939). It was dictatorial; it was not tyrannical. There is a difference. As for “bloody”, not so, overall.

Austria did become a kind of dictatorship, but only after 1933, under Dollfuss and, subsequently, Schuschnigg, but for the preceding 14 years had been a constitutional democracy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Austrian_Republic.

What about Wilson’s contention that ” He [George V of England] and his wife, Queen Mary, did indeed work to develop the concept of constitutional monarchy.” True up to a point. Wilson’s phrasing is awkward. The “concept of constitutional monarchy” had been developing in England and the UK for centuries, certainly since the English Civil War and the century following (17th/18th centuries).

Moreover, the same process was happening across Europe; certainly that was so in the 19th Century. It was not confined to the UK by any means.

As for Italy, Mussolini was dictatorial, though not officially a dictator (though he presented himself as such). Some who were (thankfully) repressed under his rule (notably the Mafia and other criminals, and Stalinist Communists) would say (wrongly) that he was a tyrant, but Italy remained a constitutional monarchy right the way through Mussolini’s rule, a fact that Wilson either does not know or fails to mention.

An Allied invasion of Sicily began in July 1943, leading to the collapse of the Fascist regime and the fall of Mussolini on 25 July. Mussolini was deposed and arrested by order of King Victor Emmanuel III in co-operation with the majority of the members of the Grand Council of Fascism, which passed a motion of no confidence. On 8 September, Italy signed the Armistice of Cassibile, ending its war with the Allies.” [Wikipedia].

In fact, Italy only ceased to be a monarchy in 1946, following a mass referendum.

So Wilson seems once again to need either a history lesson or a lesson in how to express himself. Having said that, I certainly agree with most of his criticism, in the article, of Harry (“the Royal Cuck”), Meghan Markle (“the Royal Mulatta”), Andrew Windsor, and others, such as the horrible and entitled (mostly in both senses) moneygrubbing “younger members of the Royal Family”.

I believe that A.N. Wilson was once a regular guest of the Queen at table, at Windsor Castle, but was (sometime in the 1980s, or maybe a little later) cold-shouldered after he wrote a piece in the Evening Standard about what he had heard at dinner.

I see that I am not the only one to have noticed Wilson’s factual inaccuracies: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._N._Wilson#Critiques_of_Wilson’s_work.

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I stick with my view, held for nearly two years now, that much of the Covid madness has been a very-large-scale psychological experiment in mass conditioning, designed to result, down the line, in an almost robotic and very Pavlovian response to the orders of the System.

Remember the early/mid 2020 “social distancing”, with lines of shoppers obediently x-metres or feet away from each other, only moving forward on the orders of deadhead supermarket “marshals”? Then there has been the facemask nonsense, as noted in the tweet. Also, the almost-useless and often dangerous “vaccines” and “boosters”, and the equally-useless mass “testing” for “the virus”.

Somewhere not far down the line, there will be the microchipping of the population . Those refusing to be microchipped will be, pretty much, social outcasts, unable to travel internationally or even within the UK (or wherever), all but unable to access services, all but unable to buy food or car fuel (as cash is phased out). Already, I read, many under-24 people are accustomed to using cards for almost all purchases, and use cash as little as once or twice per month. They will be easily persuaded to be microchipped. The microchipping will come in “not with a bang but a whimper”, and few will see the dangers and implications; even fewer will resist.

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We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”— 14 words…

It may be, that not very far in the future, the societies of Western and Central Europe will fall into complete decadence, their economies ruined, their legal and political systems ineffective and scarcely operational. A kind of Dark Age may be coming. If so, what really matters is to be prepared to seed a new pan-European civilization and culture, which can eliminate evil and disorder, so that a better future, and far future, will be able to exist.

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I posted the above film clip out of amusement, really. I (quite genuinely) wonder why idiots like that speaker, and her tiny and lumpenproletarian audience, waste time on demonstrations like that. Still, there it is.

A long time ago, in the 1980s, I was —very unusually— coming out of the Circle Line station at King’s Cross. It was a a summer afternoon. There was, just before the stairs leading to the street, a bank of public telephones. I happened to notice that there was a small black diary or notebook on the floor. I picked it up and looked at it, thinking that I might post it back to the owner, or hand it in to the police.

Said diary turned out to belong to someone at an address nearby, so I walked there. Why not? I was in no hurry, and I like to help people if I can.

I noticed that the appointments for the coming weeks were all this march, that demo, and feminist workshops etc. It was a slice of life straight out of a Private Eye parody, or the then “AgitProp” sections of magazines such as Time Out, or City Limits [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_Out_(magazine); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_Limits_(magazine)].

I soon arrived at the flat where the diary’s owner lived, 1930s social housing. I (dressed in a pinstripe suit, and sporting a silk tie) knocked at the door. A strange, rather red-faced and intense young woman opened the door, but only about 6 inches. I explained that I had found the diary and where. She looked very suspicious; taking the diary, she shut the door without a word of thanks! I suppose that when the (1980s version) of the “woke” revolution (was going to come), courtesy, or indeed simple politeness, and gratitude, would be unnecessary…

Perhaps the odd young woman thought that I was a member of MI5 or Special Branch who had stolen her diary to get intelligence, and/or was wanting to get to know her or even recruit her. Or did she imagine that I wanted to rape her (or whatever)? God knows. Stupid creature. As often said, “no good deed goes unpunished”…

Did the young woman use the public telephones to avoid any telephone tap on her own telephone? Or did she simply not have a telephone in the flat? Mobile telephones were effectively unknown then, of course.

I wonder where said young woman is now? Probably a member of the Labour Party (Corbyn faction), and/or a local Labour councillor, now aged 60+ and with decades of silly militancy behind her. Or did she fall by the wayside en route to the post-Marxist promised land, marry some accountant or solicitor, and acquire a suburban house, and a holiday home in some place unaffected by the collapse of white England? Who knows?

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National Socialism has passed into history, but the essence of it, in a new form, will rise up to rule Europe.

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I believe in public service broadcasting, but the BBC has not been that, in any serious way, for years, for many years.

I believe in the original dictum of Lord Reith: “inform, educate, and entertainin that order of priority.

The major strategic mistake the BBC made, at least 50 years ago, was to compete with ITV (and commercial radio) for “ratings”, i.e. cheap popularity. The whole point of having the licence fee (meaning a tax on owning a TV) was, or should have been, to create a TV and radio service which concentrated on relatively “high-minded” stuff. Instead of that, the BBC established Radio 1 and, on TV, dumbed down, first of all, BBC1 TV and then BBC2 TV.

The dumbing-down continued, particularly from the 1980s. In the 1990s and thereafter, the BBC television output gradually declined in quality, and the new efforts were generally poor. BBC Three television was markedly rubbish (it was eventually put online-only), though one bright spot was the new BBC Four, which is now (now that BBC 2 TV is so poor) the only decent BBC TV station, the only one with any intellectual pretension.

As for radio, the World Service was reduced from something really worthwhile in the 1970s and 1980s to very poor in terms of quality through the 1990s, and by 2010 to rock-bottom.

The process continues. On radio, it is noticeable that the dumbing-down continues; Radio 3 output is sometimes close to some of that on Radio 2 these days.

I therefore welcome the announcement that the BBC licence fee (tax) is going to be abolished. I welcome it on principle, and also because, these days, something like the BBC, a huge and bloated corporation run by and staffed by, largely, an in-group, almost all thinking the same way (and mostly the wrong way), is totally anachronistic.

Turn on your TV. How many channels are there? 100? More. Yes, mostly rubbish, but many not, or not completely. Do the few BBC ones really offer anything different from the rest? I say no. Ads? The BBC may not have paid advertising, but it advertises its own shows all the time, which is equally irritating.

Now we have the Internet as well. There is just no justification for subsidizing what the BBC, most of the time, now does.

At one time, almost every country in the world, even the tiniest, had its own “national airline” or “flagcarrier”. That was basically an outcome of international conditions that, by the 1980s, had already been superseded by new norms that better reflected reality. The BBC, as it now is, has no place of significance in the world, and no right to be subsidized by a punitive tax.

I also look forward, of course, to the overpaid BBC drones and “celebrities” having their rice-bowls taken away, but that is a secondary, though pleasant, thought.

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Interesting, if true.

I have little doubt that a proper study would confirm a similar rate in the UK, maybe 50,000+.

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[Akademgorodok]

Diary Blog, 10 October 2021

Honi soit qui mal y pense

Happened to see that a playwright, David Hare [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hare_(playwright)], has said that a man kissing a woman 20 years his junior (as occurs in Hare’s own films known as The Worricker Trilogy [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Page_Eight]), is “disgusting” and “so wrong“. Really?

This is not something about which I have strong feelings either way, but one does not have to turn to the Old Testament to see that liaisons between older men and younger women, even with age gaps of 20 or 30 years, are not uncommon in many parts of the world. In fact, they are not terribly unusual even in the UK and other parts of Europe today. Some such liaisons are sanctified by marriage rituals, others take place covertly.

What occurs to me is that the attitudes of society, at least in the UK, and perhaps mainly among the kind of people who scribble for newspapers, have changed. Today, in the UK, as compared to, say, the UK of the 1970s, 1950s, or 1850s, an approved msm figure (David Hare is Sir David Hare) can describe an age-gap relationship as “disgusting” and “wrong“, but woe betide anyone who used such a description to describe (or condemn) a sexual relationship between two men, or two women, or between persons of radically different races or nationalities…

As for Sir David himself, he is not directly affected by the age aspect, married as he is to a Jewish woman who is one year older than him: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicole_Farhi.

In the end, this is a question to which (in my opinion) there is no “answer”, except that given by individuals, and also by the society in which those individuals live. I do not think that there is one right answer for all places and all times.

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Other David Hare views

I agree —in part— with Hare about the way in which the BBC gradually lost its Reithian “inform, educate, and entertain” basis.

Hare says that “news” (much of it the BBC acting as a government mouthpiece) has displaced everything else. I hear what Hare says about that, but for me, while I can agree with what he says about BBC News, the BBC long ago put “entertainment” (and pathetically poor much of it is) before the informing and educating of the public.

Whatever. The BBC is now pretty poor and possibly unsalvageable without the sacking of most of its staff.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10075605/Equality-Human-Rights-Commission-slams-bullying-campaign-Prof-Kathleen-Stock-fired.html

I blogged a few years ago about this aspect of the general craziness that now contaminates society: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/11/15/when-reality-becomes-subjective/.

In fact, the kefuffle at Sussex University, and the general madness around “trans” this or that, is what happens when the anti-free-speech genie is let out of the bottle…

Wales

It seems that the Welsh Government is going to continue to force people in Wales to wear facemasks (and to work from home) until 2022. I think that central (UK) government should cut what amounts to its subsidy to Wales. They (the Welsh Government, not the people) want to make choices that make Wales less efficient? Fine, but the UK will not subsidize the economic consequences of those choices.

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Translation: “I hate free speech and freedom of expression by those who stand up for European race and culture.”

Bethell is a member of the House of Lords because…because his father and grandfather (etc) were. He has been implicated in “cronyism” scandal, and is married to a Chinese woman: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Bethell,_5th_Baron_Bethell.

Bethell was unable to comply with ministerial standards when he was a junior minister: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-58602879. A typical UK System drone.

Bethell’s father was a more substantial figure: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Bethell,_4th_Baron_Bethell.

What was that definition of “insanity” again?…

The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan…

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[Shishkin, Forest before Storm]

Diary Blog, 25 May 2021

Boris-idiot is a gravity-defier, in both senses. Entirely unfit for any public office, yet there he sits, doing whatever he likes, whatever is expedient, whatever the Jewish lobby and/or his donors, and the ludicrously-misnamed SAGE committee (aka DUMB— “Department Under Matt and Boris”), want or “advise” him to do.

What if you don’t like “Boris” and his government? Well, then, this being a “democracy”, you can wait a few years and then vote for an ostensibly different party, which however will really be rather similar, except for some of the personnel.

I blogged about the question of what democracy is a couple of years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/15/has-parliamentary-democracy-as-we-have-known-it-until-now-had-its-day-in-the-uk/.

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I had one of those typical “lockdown”/”virus” experiences the other day.

I usually get fuel for car from an automatic pump quite a few miles away, so that I need not comply with the facemask nonsense, but I happened to be running low on fuel, so went to a nearer place, in fact the only nearer place.

Having put some fuel in the car, I went to the shop/kiosk to pay. I even donned a disposable facemask in order not to have to explain myself. Not enough! Having entered the shop, and as I was standing a few feet behind another customer, the cashier called to me and indicated that I should make a clockwise circuit of the island of shelves selling various goods, in order not to stand behind the customer already paying.

I noticed that little yellow circles with arrows had been applied to the floor. I had not noticed them on previous visits, and no-one had required me to make that little circuit, perhaps because I have usually been the only person waiting to pay in the shop.

Anyway, I made the circuit required, only to end up about…3 feet to the side of the customer paying! Apparently that was OK…

I recount this admittedly trivial experience as an example of how much of the population has thrown away all common sense since the virus “panicdemic” started in early 2020.

Isabel Oakeshott sells her civil rights cheaply! Why should she have to prove that she has been vaccinated, when firstly the virus is only fatal to one out of every 1,000 of the population and when, secondly, the vaccines are no guarantee of protection anyway?

Is the British population waking up yet? I doubt it. Sleeping. All but comatose. Vegetable-like.

What will it take to awaken the British people to the fact that “the virus” is nothing more than a reason, an excuse, and a facilitator, for a socio-political agenda?

When I was on Twitter, a large number of journalists and other “media folk”, as well as MPs, blocked me; with most of them I had had no direct contact. They simply did not want to even have to see, even inadvertently, any views that challenged their crippled world-view. Most of course, are dependent on the Jewish Zionist element for their large salaries and other monies. They are basically well-padded serfs.

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Diary Blog, 20 May 2021

A reminder of mortality

I happened upon a notice from a well-known London criminal law set: https://www.farringdon-law.co.uk/news/farewell-to-our-true-gentleman-franco-tizzano. I then saw a Twitter announcement dated a few months ago to the same effect:

I was once slightly acquainted with the deceased. I had a few short conversations with him when we were both law degree and Bar Finals students (in the then terminology). I also encountered him a couple of times when I returned from the USA in 1993 and was doing my “second six” months of pupillage, when the fledgling barrister can earn a little money by appearing in court.

I recall that we happened to meet at Thames Mags not long after I had shaken the dust of New Jersey and New York off my shoes. I was doing the first appearance of a Jamaican accused of smuggling cocaine dissolved in rum.

Thames Magistrates Court, Tower Hamlets, London
[the not very beautiful Thames Magistrates’ Court, East London]

Tizzano was some years younger than me but was ahead of me at the Bar, I having spent a few years or part-years in the USA.

I recall that, on first meeting in 1984, Tizzano had explained that he came from Naples but that (if memory serves) he had been at an English boarding school. I understand that his father was a judge in Naples.

I remember that I remarked that “Naples is the warm heart of the world“, according to Shelley, to which Tizzano retorted, “was he mad?“!

Tizzano was a rather serious young man, in the grave Italian way. Someone with a certain dignified presence. Jet-black hair and a black moustache. I see that, in later life, that was complemented by a beard.

I understand that he had a busy criminal practice in later years: I would sometimes see his name in newspaper crime reports, though I think that the last time I saw Tizzano in person was in 1993 or 1994.

A reminder that we are all on Earth for a limited time, and must do what we can while we are here.

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Talk about adding insult to injury! James Cleverly, proud possessor of a degree in “Hospitality Management” from the University of West London.

Martin Bashir

What is not generally known about Bashir is that, in 2018, he stalked persecuted singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz. That was around the time that Alison Chabloz was convicted of posting her songs online, after a lengthy and very morally-dubious campaign (both overt and covert) by Jewish Zionists of the so-called “Campaign Against Antisemitism” or “CAA”.

Bashir stalked both Alison and her aged parents, with whom she was staying at the time. Bashir travelled to the small village, in the Peak District of Derbyshire, where they lived, and after failing to be granted an interview with anyone, hung around the village and the house itself. He was seen trying to hide in the garden of the house, standing in flower beds etc. He even peered through firmly-closed windows.

Bashir is not the only very sleazy person to have effectively headed the BBC’s virtually God-free religious output. There have been some very dubious characters in the past too.

Bashir followed the now-usual BBC “religious” agenda: sanctify Jewish things, normalize Muslim things, ignore or twist anything Christian.

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

As for Alison Chabloz, at time and date of writing she is still in prison (having been sentenced on 31 March 2021) for having made some more or less true remarks about Jews on an internet “radio” broadcast. If not released earlier, she will be released next week, having by then served about 8 weeks (half of her 18-week sentence minus 4 days).

[Alison Chabloz]

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Hitchens overrates his influence (and the extent to which his opposition to the “panicdemic” was tainted by association). The anti-lockdown and anti-shutdown side lost the argument with the public not because “lizardist” and other people also opposed the shutdown, and not because the opponents of “lockdown” were mistaken, but because the bulk of the British people have become spineless serfs of the “woke” police state. That applies even more to the retirement-age Middle Englanders than it does to the young and middle-aged.

The “lockdown” shutdown has also been promoted by massive propaganda campaigns, utilizing whipped-up and unnecessary fear as a driver.

Then there is the fact of the huge amount of public money thrown at the “furloughed” employees and also some businesses. Hush money?

The fact is that only 1 in a thousand UK residents has been killed (even on doubtful statistics) by the Covid-19 virus. Yet the campaign continues. In the rural, semi-rural and semi-suburban part of Southern England where I live, there are over 180,000 inhabitants (in a rather large and dispersed population and area). In the past month, there have been 8 deaths of people who have been tested and confirmed as having this virus, and who died within 28 days of testing (even if later killed in road accidents).

Still, even on the face of the absurd statistics, look at the proportion! Only 8 out of 180,000+…

About 1 out of every 22,500 local residents.

The facemask nonsense also continues, with a push now to continue it indefinitely, despite the fact that the medical effect is minimal. There again, the real reason the System wants facemasks has nothing to do with any virus.

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Diary Blog, 23 March 2021

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The experiment in mass psychology and propaganda turns the screw tighter…

What a surprise… no wonder most Jews in the UK do not want to F.O. and go there to live…

A fairly interesting thread seen on Twitter. The BBC drone was typical of the type, all reasonable and even-handed on the surface but, when challenged, basically a supporter of System dictatorship. Conflates “free speech” and “regulation” thereof. “We need to regulate free speech so that we can have free speech” etc.

cf. “we have to impose a police state around the virus so that we can live freely with the virus“, and so on.

Incidentally, the aforesaid BBC drone is not even British. American: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Wendling. Time was when BBC people were all British, except for administrative staff overseas.

Here is a tweet from one of his colleagues:

People like that, assuming for the sake of argument (and initial courtesy) that they are honest, should really look at the propaganda being spewed out 24/7 by the msm. Example? https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/. They might even start to take a properly sceptical look at the “holocaust” farrago, with its thousands of proven fakeries and hoaxes (not least the “gas chambers” narrative).

In reality, such BBC and other “salarypeople” are closer in behaviour to propagandists than to traditional truth-seeking journalists. Look at this, from the same person, and published on the BBC’s own website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-trending-54738471.

Pretty similar to the sort of piece that was published in Soviet newspapers of, say, the early 1980s, or 1970s. Smug, hectoring, one-sided, biased.

Meanwhile, “in other news”

…it seems that it has come as a shock to many people that a crazed butch lesbian runs “a toxic workplace“…quelle surprise…

Still, at least she is an animal-lover: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_DeGeneres.

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Sickening vulgar nonsense.

What’s the point of even having a navy if the borders themselves are not being defended from migration-invasion? (see below)

What’s that I hear? “To defend the UK from Russia or China“? Well, good luck with that…Russian Navy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_Navy; Chinese Navy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People%27s_Liberation_Army_Navy.

…and the World Economic Forum, Financial Times etc have said, openly, publicly, that the “pandemic”/”panicdemic” is “a great opportunity“. They also specified “for what?”…the Great Reset.

They are preparing the ground for the next 33 years, to start next year in 2022.

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Chief Constable of the joke police force that has been persecuting the satirical singer Alison Chabloz for years, egged on by a dimwit Labour Party Sikh who is the Police and Crime Commissioner for the county. Dim and also suborned. You could hardly have a more “peaceful protest” than singing songs! Even if (((they))) do not like them!

Derbyshire Police force was also one of the worst bullying forces during the initial panic of the “panicdemic”.

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When I was first in Moscow, in 1993, I had a German map which was very easy to use because it had the landmarks and landmark buildings in 3-D picture form. Trouble was, the map had been printed in about 1988, and since then many of the streets had changed names. I knew that in outline, but not in detail. My enquiries of passers-by were therefore confusing to both parties.

Prospekt Kalinina had become Novi Arbat, the Lenin Hills were now (again, as before Lenin’s death) the Sparrow Hills, and so on. Various “landmarks”, such as statues and large busts of Soviet notables, were gone, sometimes without trace, sometimes having left behind evidence of recent removal, such as the bust of Kalinin on the former Prospekt Kalinina, ripped off its massive marble or polished granite plinth, the metal stalk that had secured it still sticking up from the stone.

When I returned to Moscow on a brief business trip in 2007, even more had changed. The huge, circular, and pleasantly dilapidated, swimming pool “Moskva”, near Metro station Kropotkinskaya, which in 1993 I had shared every morning with only a couple of small groups of elderly lady swimmers wearing plastic caps (the pool could supposedly accommodate 10,000 swimmers), had had a cathedral built upon it and, in other neighbourhoods, ugly new buildings were everywhere. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moskva_Pool

[Swimming pool “Moskva”, c.1980]

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[Catherine Hyde, The Running of the Deer]

Update, 23 March 2022

As seen on almost every past blog post recently, Twitter censorship is now very evident; many embedded tweets just removed, leaving blank spaces. “The Great Reset”…

Diary Blog, 25-26 November 2020

Late at night, 25 November 2020

Some music by Atterberg, a Swedish composer all but unknown to the public of Britain, and in his native Sweden very much sidelined after 1945 because of his cultural and spiritual ties to the Reich.

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

Rather obscure, and unjustly so.

Here is his darkly romantic Piano Concerto:

A breathing test

I managed it without difficulty, though I know that my lung capacity must be a fraction of what it was 20-40 years ago when I could —and did— swim a mile, or a couple of miles, every couple of days, and had been known to swim several miles of open sea and then haul myself up several feet onto the deck of a motor yacht (without a ladder— very awkward and slippery, but it had to be done).

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I myself have of course blogged about this in the past: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/

The Black and White Minstrel Show and similar is “cultural appropriation”, apparently (despite the fact that “blacking up” was invented by non-blacks), but black actors and actresses can play white people from history, such as (absurdly) Ann Boleyn!

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

https://nationalvanguard.org/2018/04/on-jordan-cuck-peterson-white-identity-and-the-jewish-problem/

Will no-one rid me of this troublesome clown (Johnson)?

Peter Hitchens sees (surely correctly) the incompetence of governments, but fails to see the interpenetrating conspiracy (or “consensus” if you prefer) within and behind governments: Bilderberg, WEF, the Coudenhove Kalergi Plan, the “Great Reset”, the “Great Replacement”, “ZOG”, “NWO”, etc…

26 November 2020

I happened to see a trailer for a game show called Pointless Celebrities. The main “pointless celebrity” shown? Owen Jones! Ha ha! Am punkt! I presume that that episode was from some years ago. Does Owen Jones still count as a “celebrity”? Maybe; after all, I have no idea who most of the contemporary “celebrities” even are.

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

She may have got a prize worth a couple of thousand pounds, but now has to pay over £60,000 in costs, as well as (presumably) her own; also, to add to the merriment, the Guardian is sacking staff and reducing pay, so the future looks bleak for its scribblers.

Foreign aid is a rotten borough, just as quite a lot of the charity sector is a rotten borough. As many have said, the beneficiaries of foreign aid, often, are those who work in the sector (especially the “senior” bods), corrupt officials and politicians in the receiving country, and large Western companies, law firms etc. I saw some of that myself in respect of the former Soviet Union in the 1990s.

Charities are similar. Look at organizations such as Oxfam and Save the Children. I think that the latter was where Brendan Cox, the sex pest husband of assassinated MP Jo Cox was second in command, and had a salary of something like £200,000 a year. Someone with virtually no credible academic or other background. I seem to recall that the CEO was paid even more, around £400,000 a year. Is this what people in the UK, often poor, give their pennies for? I think not. Also, much UK government money is funnelled through such bloated organizations.

Just last week, I saw that the head of Barnardo’s, a non-white now, has launched a basically anti-British crusade against “racism” etc, using Barnardo’s funds. People do not give their pennies or leave legacy monies so that it can be wasted on trash of that sort.

Anything given to foreign aid etc via government, charities etc, is likely to be wasted. When I spent a few months in Egypt in 1998, a month of that was in the Berber oasis of Siwa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siwa_Oasis

I often saw bags of flour on sale in the market, which bags and sacks were marked with the English words “A gift from the Danish people“! I do not imagine that Siwa received such food as aid; it is a rather prosperous place by Egyptian standards. The sacks may have come from beyond the Sahara, from Chad or elsewhere.

The Rishi Sunak statement etc

I start from the premise that the lockdown/shutdown was unnecessary, as is the facemask nonsense etc. It has done tremendous damage to the UK. Not “the virus”, but Government measures in reaction.

Having said that, “we are where we are”, in the irritating and smug phrase so beloved of “our” politicians.

Huge monies have been spent and largely wasted this year. The only saving grace is that, interest rates being very low internationally, the UK can borrow at almost no cost. That should be done to a even greater extent than at present, while the chance is there.

The devil, though, is in the detail. The monies borrowed must be used as investment for the future: well thought-out infrastructure spending, meaning railways and roads (but not without thought), as well as proper urban planning, and upgrading of the population, including radical reform of the entire educational structure.

I cannot see the point in immediate tax rises or spending cuts, both of which tend to have a depressive effect on economic resurgence.

The first thing to do, though, is to end the “lockdown” nonsense, the “tiers” of shutdown nonsense, the facemask nonsense etc. Without opening up the country again, any other measures to stimulate the economy will be a complete waste of time and effort.

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A Government of clowns headed by a part-Jew public entertainer whose jokes are now falling flat. What could go wrong?

Do I blame “Boris”? Yes, but not entirely. I also blame the MPs (both fake “Conservative” Party and equally-fake “Labour” Party). I also blame the 90,000 or so Conservative Party pensioners (almost all were pensioners) who decided to vote for “Boris” as Conservative Party leader last year. I also blame the mass media, who have pandered to the am-dram sub-Churchillian fantasies of Boris-idiot for 20 years, puffing him to the public as a “Prime Minister in Waiting”, despite his blatantly obvious unfitness.

Finally, I also blame the great but often sadly moronic British public, who have preferred, for decades, to worry about the latest news re. football, rugby, cricket, or whatever may be happening in Emmerdale or “Coronation Strasse”, rather than anything to do with the future of the UK, of Europe, of our race and culture etc.

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Political disaster maybe, but what can the British people do, when the political system is carved up between a couple of System parties with, at root, very similar policies. That’s Boris-idiot’s lifebelt, that Labour would do exactly what he is doing, or more of the same.

We live in an elected dictatorship. Not just the Conservative Party but also the other party, Labour (or, if you look wider, LibDems and SNP as well).

We need freedom.

Without vision, the people perish” [Ezekiel].

[The Bohemian Grove]

The “Fortress of the Oaks”…

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Sadly, the time has come to junk the BBC.

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Trump has pardoned a convicted ex-military officer of his acquaintance. He must now go further, and use his remaining time as President to extend Presidential pardon to all those social-national people doing hard time in Federal prison. For many, doing life sentences or long fixed terms, a pardon may be their only hope.

Do it!

Diary Blog, 30 October 2020

Propaganda news and the migration-invasion

Remember how the msm went mad, a few days ago, about the exciting assault by Special Boat Service [SBS] commandos dropping onto the deck of the tanker off the Isle of Wight and taking prisoner the “pirate” stowaways who had intimidated the captain and almost taken control of his ship?

I remember it too. Plastered all over Sky News, BBC News etc. Sadly, it was another propaganda exercise. Oh, there was a ship all right, and there were about 9 Nigerian stowaways, who seem to have tried to take over the ship, frightening the captain and crew. There was also that brave assault by the SBS, in which its personnel “fast-roped” from helicopters straight down onto the deck of the tanker, and then took back the ship in a matter of minutes (Sky and BBC said 9 minutes; some reports said 7). All true.

Sadly, and it is no reflection on the SBS, its men and their operation, but that was all part of the imperial hypocrisy. It was used by the Government and msm to say to the public, “look at that! We are really tough on piracy and illegal immigration! Detained by the tough guys from the SBS! That will show them!”

Not really. Look at that tweet from Hampshire Police, above, and the linked report:

Seven men have been bailed for their part in the maritime security incident that took place on board the Nave Andromeda off the coast of the Isle of Wight on Sunday 25 October.

The seven arrested men, who are all Nigerian nationals, have subsequently been bailed in relation to the criminal investigation whilst investigators continue their enquiries, but will now remain detained under Border Force powers.” [Hampshire Police]. https://www.hampshire.police.uk/news/hampshire/news/news/2020/october/seven-men-bailed-following-maritime-security-incident-off-the-isle-of-wight/.

In other words, the invaders (the 7 noted, maybe a few others) have now all been released into the custody of the toytown Border Force. “Custody” implies (falsely) actual incarceration. No.

No illegal immigrants at all are presently being actually “detained”, in any real sense, in the UK; they are all in fact being put into hotels mothballed by reason of the crazy “Coronavirus” “measures” (effective shutdown). They are given shelter, food, clothing if necessary, and pocket-money of maybe £50 a week. Maybe more. Many homeless British people would find that acceptable, but are not given the option.

The immigration detention centres are all shut (indefinitely) supposedly because of the inflated “threat” by “the virus”.

Did the SBS really win at sea the other day? No. Not their fault, but the Nigerian migrant-invaders won. They have got what they wanted: they are in the UK, free to walk around, sheltered, fed, clothed, and even given money with which to buy celebratory drinks.

Incidentally, the msm was going mad about a family of Kurdish migrants that drowned off the coast of France. TV crews went to Dunquerque to interview their fellow migrant-invaders. They were portrayed as the unfortunate victims, the British people as oppressive for not wanting to be (further) invaded.

I heard on BBC World Service that that Kurdish family paid 24,000 Euros to smugglers to be brought to France and then given a boat (with outboard motor) with which to cross to the UK. They had sold all their possessions. All right, but I wonder how many British people in the UK could, even if they did sell all they had, raise over £20,000?

Those Kurds were not in any real sense “refugees”. They were economic migrants. In a sense, I do not “blame” them for wanting to come to Europe or the UK in particular; they obviously were trying to improve their lot. Fair enough, but we the British people are also entitled to say “No! This is our land“.

Tweets seen

Remember that Jewish-Zionist triumphalism in the years to come. A little bit of Israel… in the UK.

Keir Starmer “tell Margaret Hodge“? Ha ha! Starmer does not tell the Jews anything (except what they want to hear). They tell him!

Another sadly-deluded honest Labour member or supporter. Deluded because he obviously imagines that the Labour Party is worth saving. Why would he think that? Labour has promoted mass immigration. That alone disqualifies it. Now, Labour is again owned by the Jew-Zionist element or cabal. What about Labour entitles it to speak to or for the British people?

Really? I wonder why (((Kirsty Wark))) would have done that? It really is puzzling…

For once, perhaps surprisingly, I agree with half-Jew hypocrite Kamm. For my own reasons, though. I hope that the new “doormat” Labour leadership follows Kamm’s advice or injunction. Then Labour can fall to pieces, the result being that a real social-national movement can arise.

Britain’s toytown police in the “lockdown” (shutdown)

Instances of police officers deploying force on members of the public were higher at the peak of lockdown than in the previous three months despite crime rates falling significantly, it can be revealed.” [The Guardian] https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/oct/29/police-used-more-force-in-lockdown-despite-lower-rates

News you can use

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8892539/Coronavirus-UK-Prankster-27-sets-limited-company-6-dodge-rule-six.html

Blackballed in our “free” country

If anyone seriously thinks that we live in some kind of “free and fair” country, read this biography… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Barnbrook

A few more tweets seen

Keir Starmer Labour is just not breaking through to the voters. Unsurprisingly.

As I myself blogged at or around the time…

Sweden, that had and has no “lockdown”, no facemask nonsense, no legally-enforced “social distancing”, no closure of shops, schools or even bars…

This (below) made me laugh!

Gandhi, a supposed “idealist”, whose activities led to the deaths of millions, not only by reason of the Partition of 1947 but also by reason of the poverty that was created or maintained by backward economic policies for decades after Gandhi’s own death.

Mandela, a semi-trained African lawyer, as thick as two short planks. A would-be terrorist who was imprisoned for his part in a conspiracy to form a terrorist “army” and to create a race war in South Africa in the 1960s. Mandela, who was incapable of running a state, and who left behind a country sliding slowly to chaos and civil war.

Nice “political heroes”

Rewilding

A useful rewilding resource: https://www.rewildingbritain.org.uk/