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Diary Blog, 10 September 2022

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On this day a year ago

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That tweet is from a year ago, but it bears repetition, especially as Blair now goes around the world touting himself as the great retired statesman, pronouncing on grand strategy and high policy…

What a contrast. In fact I wondered, a day or so ago, what the late Queen had thought of the Prime Ministers she had known— Churchill, that flawed titan; then the others, varying in ability and sincerity but mostly, though not all, at least able to play the part and not look totally out of place: Eden, Macmillan, Douglas-Home, Wilson, Heath, Wilson again, Callaghan, Thatcher, Major, Blair, Brown, Cameron (-Levita), May, Johnson, and now Truss.

One sees the general decline in stature, though, over those decades.

Hard to bracket Liz Truss in the same sentence, let alone the same office, as Churchill, much as I think that his policy toward the German Reich was completely wrongheaded.

Churchill got Britain and the Empire involved in that disastrous war which killed off not only the German Reich but also the British Empire and indeed, not far down the line, all the European imperia (French, Spanish, Italian, Belgian, Dutch), and much else besides.

Liz Truss seems intent on creating conflict, or making worse the relations between Russia and the West, or even fomenting a state of war between Russia and the UK. If that were to happen, we should all be joining the late Queen and Churchill sooner than most of us anticipated. Britain could scarcely survive if there were war on the strategic scale.

Biden

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11198817/Bidens-Irish-Catholic-mom-hated-English-told-NOT-bow-Queen-met-1982.html

Biden’s mother sounds as if she was both quite mad and extremely unpleasant. You get that kind of silliness with some Irish-Americans though. I recall being introduced about 31 years ago to some fat woman in New Jersey, an acquaintance of an American friend. Her first words to me were “well, I’m Irish, so I shouldn’t like you!“. A kind of joke, but with a definite edge.

Of course, Irish-Americans are a lot more American than they are Irish. Many of the more ignorant ones seemed (when I was living in the USA in the early 1990s) to think that “England” (always England, not UK or Britain) was in a kind of war with Ireland.

They had no idea that the “war” between not Ireland but the IRA, and the UK authorities, was confined mainly not only to the six counties of Northern Ireland (Ulster, to use the name of the ancient province) but to a few small areas, mostly urban, within that province, and also confined to quite small numbers of the population.

There were exceptions to the prevailing ignorance. The owner of McSorley’s Old Ale House in Manhattan, which I occasionally visited if nearby, was an intelligent man who visited Ireland (the Republic) a couple of times a year (for river fishing). He understood the real situation, but few other Irish-Americans (most of whom had never left American shores, and got their ideas of the world from appallingly-poor American TV news reports) knew any more about it than they did about, say, Iraq.

[John French Sloan, McSorley’s Bar, 1912]

The above painting, though from 1912, shows an almost identical scene to the one I knew in the early 1990s.

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In origo, so are “council” and “counsel“. The Monarch’s “counsel” was provided by his or her “council”. In Russian, there is still only one word for both “council” (as in a group of advisers and/or a local or other governmental or political body) and “counsel” (as in “advice“)— “soviet” [совет].

If these reports (from sources supportive of the Kiev regime) are accurate, the Russian leadership will have to escalate the armament used, and soon, or accept bitter, if relatively localized —and possibly temporary— defeat in large parts of the region.

Worth reading…

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

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“...for the welfare of the people is the highest law” [Cicero].

So is Starmer a (?) secret atheist, or possibly even a crypto-Jew? He is, after all, married to a Jewess, and their children are being brought up as if full-Jew. I never was able to discover as to whether, when they hold those ritual Jewish dinners chez Starmer, he wears one of those little round skullcaps (yarmulki).

If Russia becomes again as weak as it was in the 1990s, the Chinese will be able to heavily infiltrate, and perhaps in effect take over, the whole of the one-time Soviet Far East, and possibly all of Eastern Siberia. Maybe in time even all of Siberia.

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[panorama of Budapest and river Danube]

Diary Blog, 3 September 2022, with thoughts about 1939, and about the political situation in the UK in 2022

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[Tiger tanks in action, 1943]

On this day a year ago

Incidentally, I forgot to mention yesterday that a whole year has now elapsed since the local police turned up at my door, pursuant to a false and malicious complaint made against me by a leading member of the very small but intermittently active pack of Zionist Jews called “Campaign Against Anti-Semitism”. It took me over 4 months to shake “them” (((them))) off, or should I say “scrape them off” (my shoe). See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/01/15/diary-blog-15-january-2022-including-an-outline-of-the-failure-of-the-latest-jew-zionist-attempt-to-prosecute-me/.

Saturday quiz

Well, I once again trounced political journalist John Rentoul this week. 6/10 as against his 1/10 or, as he prefers, one-and-three-quarters out of ten. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 7, 9, and 10.

I “really”, in the back of my mind, knew no. 10, and —had I thought about it— might have got no.7 too. Still, there it is. I am OK with 6/10 this week.

It does cross my mind as to why the public should pay heed to John Rentoul when he cannot do better than he usually does in these weekly quizzes. I suppose that he specializes in politics, but can you really do that without a good general knowledge base?

A policeman’s pot

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/sep/02/officer-who-wrote-mets-drug-strategy-smoked-cannabis-daily-panel-told

The fish rots from the head, and nowhere is that more obvious, arguably, than in the police.

Ukrainian “refugee” turns out to be a corrupt ex-cop and fraudster

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11175827/Ukrainian-refugee-evicted-heartless-British-landlord-moving-180-000-house-RENT-FREE.html

3 September 1939

As we know, Britain and France gave Poland a worthless guarantee, so that when Germany invaded Poland on 1 September 1939, the two guarantors declared war on the Reich (on 3 September 1939), despite being entirely unable to take offensive action of any sort.

Britain and France turned a blind eye to the simultaneous Soviet invasion of Poland from the East.

The following 8-9 months was known in the UK as the Phoney War or Bore War (the first fatal casualty on the British side occurred over three months after the declaration of war), and on the German side as Sitzkrieg (“Sitting War”).

If only an honourable armistice could have been made between Germany and Britain either in 1939 or 1940, thus saving at least Western and Central Europe from several years of death, misery and destruction.

The same could be said of the situation in late 1914.

The failure of diplomacy and political leadership in 1939-40 resulted not only in the following years of war, but in what happened in the decades after 1945— population displacement, environmental degradation, premature decolonization, wars and civil wars (eg in Africa), not to mention Eastern, and part of Central, Europe crushed under Soviet rule for half a century.

Now we once more stand before such a situation: a non-state or “failed state”, Ukraine, being supported —pointlessly— from the rear by Western states —particularly USA and UK— , without thought to what might happen if Russia tires of it all and launches a terrifying and world-changing strategic nuclear attack on the West. It could happen. Europe would then have to start over, and rebuild from a very low point.

The autograph-hunter

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The best any British person can hope for is that the migrant-invaders will be just useless, and a deadweight millstone round the necks of the British people. That is the best hope. Forget fantasies of how any of them will be some great gift to us, or that they will be brain surgeons, scientists etc. If they are not violent criminals or terrorists, be grateful. I suppose. Or get rid of them.

Britain, though flawed and broken, was still recognizable until 1997, or maybe 2005. After that, it morphed into an alien dystopia.

Meanwhile, black mobs are allowed to roam over Central London almost unopposed. Britain, 2022.

…and keep on ******* going until I tell you to stop!

Africa goes to Washington. Anyone not “agreeing” with the people in power is an “extremist”, and so an enemy. Goodbye, USA…

If that silly woman makes it beyond the end of the year, I shall be surprised, and if she is still PM in April 2023, I shall be astonished.

The political situation at present is that, after three years of shambolic “leadership” by part-Jew/Levantine “Boris”, the Conservative Party is imploding before our eyes. In our rigged binary First Past the Post system, that automatically favours the otherwise despised fake Opposition, Labour.

The absurd LibDems will now probably survive solely because there are millions of people who will never vote Labour but who are now completely disenchanted with the Conservative Party. The LibDems are an easy option for those semi-floating voters, not least because the LibDems threw away all principle in 2010 to form the Con Coalition.

Despite what the opinion polls are now saying, I cannot see Labour forming a majority government.

I was interested to see that Labour may stand down candidates in many seats where Labour usually comes third or fourth. A tactic to help the LibDems.. A tacit admission that both Labour and Con are no longer “national” parties in the old sense. They are both persona non grata in different parts of (even) England and Wales, let alone Scotland.

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The DDR (East Germany). As I have blogged previously, a strange state, a kind of facade of a state rather than a real one, as it seemed to me in a couple of summer days in 1988. Yet that state, which vanished in a puff of smoke only a year or so later, was more substantial in some ways than we in the UK usually thought.

I suppose that, growing up in the Cold War era of the 1960s and 1970s, one tended to think of East Germany as being mainly the East Berlin of The Spy Who Came In From The Cold or Funeral in Berlin.

East Berlin, and the Wall, tended to be thought of as looming hugely, not only over Berlin itself, but also over the hard-to-visualize rest of the DDR.

In fact, the DDR, though not huge, and small compared to West Germany, was itself not a very small country; almost half the size of the UK, and about 90% of the size of England.

The DDR was too small a state to engage in autarky. It had no choice but to ride alongside the Soviet Union (and the rest of COMECON). The new Germany is different. more than one and a half times the size of the UK (about 3x the size of England).

What is holding back Germany, psychologically, is the legacy of 1945, the huge destruction and hurt caused by complete military defeat.

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The President of Latvia, Levits, a half-Jew, is obviously trying to expand the war. Strange, when Latvia would be one of the first countries to be flattened by any major new or expanded war in the region.

One can see what is quite likely to happen: the military aid to the Kiev regime will be increased, with better and newer weapons, ammunition and training. The Ukrainian/Kiev regime side will then advance, and will attack Crimea and mainland Russian borderlands.

At that point, Russia may respond with a wave of tactical nuclear weapons. From then on, Europe and the Western world would be in uncharted waters.

So the Jew Zelensky has an Italian villa, as well as a USD $40 Million one in Florida? He has certainly not wasted his few years as President of the Ukrainian fake state (or failed state).

O’Brien is a radio loudmouth who imagines that he is terribly clever.

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[Vltava river in Prague]

Diary Blog, 14 April 2022

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[Villa Borghese, Rome]

On this day a year ago

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Take a look at that video. This is not “rescue”, it is a conspiracy to ferry migrant-invaders into this country. Tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of them. Google the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan if you do not already know about it.

Blair pushing for a nuclear war with Russia. He is the tool of powers of Evil (capital “E” evil).

The answer to the overall question is the Threefold Social Order: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_threefolding.

Everyone, meaning every white European UK citizen, should have the means of basic personal support, meaning shelter, food, medical/dental help, education, local transport etc. That may mean or include Basic Income provided by the State.

I understand the misgivings of those who say that Basic Income gives the State too much power over the individual, the family etc but, especially for the poorer people of Britain, the petty office bods of the State already have that kind of power. Only the affluent and wealthy really have any significant measure of “freedom” in this society.

Alison Chabloz

As I write, persecuted satirist and singer-songwriter, Alison Chabloz, is about to be sentenced for a supposed offence under the notoriously-poor Communications Act 2003, s.127. The hearing will be at Westminster Magistrates’ Court at about 1400 hrs today.

Good luck to her.

[Alison Chabloz]

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A rather rude response to ludicrous “fully-automated luxury communism” advocate Ash Sarkar, but basically true nonetheless (and it did make me laugh).

Owen Jones took it upon himself, several years ago when I still had a Twitter account (i.e. before a pack of Jews contrived to have me expelled) to tweet to disgraced sex pest —and depressive— MP, the Jew-lobby puppet John Woodcock (now posing as “Lord Walney”) that he should block me. Woodcock complied at once, with no questions asked.

Owen Jones and Woodcock/Walney are both System fakes. See also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/04/a-brief-word-about-owen-jones/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/02/09/diary-blog-9-february-2021-including-further-assessment-of-john-woodcock/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/05/04/john-woodcock-barrow-and-furness-and-the-general-election-2017/.

Even a stopped clock is right once or twice a day (depending on whether 24-hour or 12-hour). Same with Ash Sarkar and many others.

I have mentioned before on the blog that I knew someone who was able to buy the freehold of her semi-detached Victorian villa leasehold property in Little Venice (London), valued at the time (about 1980) at £100,000 (in fact she got a 33% discount, so bought it for about £67,000). When she finally sold it in 2005, that same house, in poor condition, was sold for £1.4M, if I recall aright. Somewhere around that figure, anyway. Exactly similar houses in the same street were valued at over £3.5M circa 2016, and I see today that a house in the same road, only a couple of doors down, is for sale at a lower price than that but still pretty damned expensive at £3,150,000.

90% of people who do not inherit real property or very significant other property are effectively locked out of the present UK system in terms of way of life etc. It is not even just a matter of not owning an appreciating property such as a house, but of having to pay rent to (objectively) parasites (rentier landlords), thus having less real disposable income for life. Also, insecurity of tenure.

Incidentally, I wonder whether the lower prices (as against a few years ago, pre-panicdemic), mean that plenty of house-owners in areas such as Little Venice are or have been cashing in their chips and, like rats leaving a sinking ship, departing from London? After all, £3M buys you a pretty nice country house almost anywhere in the Home Counties or shires.

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Alison Chabloz: case update

It is reported that Alison Chabloz, persecuted satirist and singer-songwriter, has been sentenced to 22 weeks imprisonment by District Judge Nina Tempia, sitting at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

That means that, subject to any appeal, Alison Chabloz will have to spend the next 11 weeks in prison, unless released earlier on licence (and wearing an electronic tag). Eleven weeks from today is 30 June 2022.

Reports indicate that Alison’s trial Counsel, Adrian Davies, applied for bail pending appeal, but was refused. Such application can be renewed, with a good possibility of success, before a Crown Court judge in chambers, but I do not have any information at present as to whether Alison will in fact pursue appeal to the Crown Court.

The maximum sentence for the offence was 6 months, i.e. 26 weeks, so Alison may feel that an appeal is justified, particularly in view of the (reported but unconfirmed) fact that the Prosecution mooted 9-15 weeks (assuming, as I say, that that is correct) under the relevant sentencing guidelines.

If and when I discover Alison’s new prison number, I shall publish it (and her place and address of incarceration) on the blog, so that people can send her cards, books and (via the official system) small amounts of money. During her last “stretch”, she greatly appreciated postcards and other gifts: see https://alisonchabloz.com/2022/04/13/last-post/#more-8648.

[Country church, possibly in Derbyshire, drawn by Alison Chabloz when she was held as a socio-political prisoner previously, in 2021]

The UK, now a country where people get imprisoned for singing satirical songs, especially (in fact only) if (((the usual suspects))) are mentioned…

“Let Sporus tremble –”What? that thing of silk,
Sporus, that mere white curd of ass’s milk?
Satire or sense, alas! can Sporus feel?
Who breaks a butterfly upon a wheel?
Yet let me flap this bug with gilded wings,
This painted child of dirt that stinks and stings;
Whose buzz the witty and the fair annoys,
Yet wit ne’er tastes, and beauty ne’er enjoys
.”

[Alexander Pope, Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot]

[Alison Chabloz, imprisoned satirist]

Late tweets seen

Six hundred of the bastards! In a single day…

True (and crazy in a way) but at least they will not be in the UK, contaminating what is left of our racial root-stock.

Ha ha! Had not seen that previously. Like a civilian and “panicdemic” version of Dad’s Army.

Twitter, as I have noted before, is a very strange “business”, one that has lost literally billions since it started. In fact it has only posted profit results for 2018 and 2019; all other years since its foundation have been loss-making years, often stonkingly so:

https://www.statista.com/statistics/274563/annual-net-income-of-twitter/

Twitter and its finances are not at all transparent, despite the huge amounts written about Twitter. Look at the Wikipedia entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitter. Lots of material but not very enlightening on finances, especially profit and loss.

A “conspiracy theory” might be to think that Twitter has some other, darker, purpose than to make money. Still, it could be true.

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Diary Blog, 12 January 2022

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On this day a year ago

Boris-idiot

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I expect that Johnson will be out before Summer.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Allesia Augello

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Thoughts

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

[Milton, Paradise Regain’d]

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

[ancient Chinese proverb]

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nadhim Zahawi— Kurdish.

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

Kwasi Kwarteng— Ghanaian origin.

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

We need to take back our country.

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

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Diary Blog, 12 November 2021, including thoughts about “stay behind” units in the South of England of 1940

[Churchill, toting an “iconic” Thompson submachinegun with 50-round drum magazine while visiting coastal defences at Hartlepool in 1940]

“Stay behind” units in 1940: an historical note

The Second World War, with its complexities, nuances, twists and turns, and ideological subtleties, is endlessly fascinating. I happened to see a local newspaper story about part of Churchill’s idea of how to “fight on the beaches, fight on the landing-grounds” etc.

Churchill, though a genuinely world-historical figure, unlike Boris Johnson (who tries to ape his style and manner), does have a few characteristics in common with his latter-day copier. One is that he was largely ineffective as head of government when given his head; also, he was a person with, often, very silly ideas. Churchill was no good as a strategist; as for tactics, his ideas were really straight out of boys’ comic books.

The Norway operation in 1940; the British Expeditionary Force in France, also in 1940 (my own grandfather was on the Dunkirk beaches), the idea of invading France via the Cote-d’Azur in 1944, the Fall of France, the Fall of Greece (including Crete), and so on, give some idea of Churchill’s lack of strategic nous.

Now, more information has come to light about the “stay behind” units secretly organized in case of German invasion in 1940: https://www.dorset.live/news/history/nazi-invasion-dorset-auxillary-units-5621886.

Stay-behind units were organized, with the idea that they might not last more than 12 days after any German “reverse D-Day”.

It was presumed that German invasion forces would strike initially at the London area:

Operation Sealion, Hitler’s plan to invade across the Channel, almost saw the German 6th Army land at Lyme Regis in 1940 and push inland to Bristol and Gloucester.

Meanwhile the 9th and 16th Armies were to attack from Portsmouth to Dover, sweeping northwards to capture London and East Anglia, Britain’s breadbasket.” [DorsetLive].

Despite the chilling ruthlessness of their remit, the “Auxiliary Units” had a delightfully Wodehousian aspect:

“Grouped into “operational patrols” of four to eight men, AU members needed excellent local knowledge – making gamekeepers and poachers ideal candidates.

But known members of local patrols include bakers, carpenters, car salesmen, dairy farmers, electricians, fishmongers, miners and train drivers.

The staff of Charborough Park – a country house estate now belonging to South Dorset MP Richard Drax – were also formed into an AU patrol.

The chauffeurs, foresters, gamekeeper and gardener of Sir Reginald Aylmer Ranfurly Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax, Mr Drax’s grandfather, moonlighted as would-be saboteurs and assassins.” [DorsetLive].

One almost expects Sir Roderick Spode (a parody of Sir Oswald Mosley) to make an appearance, with a slight ideological twist, perhaps. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roderick_Spode.

There were, it seems, about 6,500 volunteers in such “stay behind” units, most of whom were organized around the southern and eastern coasts of England.

Had “Operation Sealion” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Sea_Lion] ever been launched into action, the defending forces, including the 6,500 Auxiliary Unit fighters, would have faced an onslaught by 600,000 German troops (100,000 on the first day), backed by 650 tanks and 4,500 horses: https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/17353462.nazi-d-day-made-south-coast-target/. The Auxiliary Units would have been mosquitos biting elephants.

As for the conventional forces defending, “The Germans put the British defences at 320,000 men, with machine gun nests positioned 300 yards from the coastline, artillery guns 1,000 yards inland and another line of artillery and machine gun nests 3,000 yards back.

A line of more than 600 armoured cars and tanks were said to have been positioned two miles inland and a reserve of 50,000 men a further two miles back.” [The Argus].

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Sea_Lion_order_of_battle.

In fact, Operation Sealion was not a ready to roll plan such as had been Fall Gelb, “Case Yellow” (or “Operation Yellow”), the plan for the invasion of France [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manstein_Plan]. Sealion was called Unternehmen Seelöwe, not “Fall Seelöwe“.

My German is poorer than it should be (bearing in mind that I did take German at school, and I did also have a couple of crash courses later, when I was in my twenties), but the difference in designation seems to be that one plan was ready-to-go, while the other was somewhere between that and a contingency plan.

It is known that Hitler wanted Britain, and the British Empire, as an ally against the expansionism of both the Soviet Union and the U.S.A. His preference in 1940 was for an armistice, not for conquest by invasion.

Apart from Hitler’s preference for alliance, there were operational reasons why Sealion never proceeded: lack of total air superiority was one, but another perhaps more important was the lack of carrying capacity by sea of the German navy. There were not enough barges to carry the armies required, and not enough defence for those barges.

If, however, the invasion had happened, “[the Auxiliary Units]…would disappear to their OB, wait for the Germans to go over the top of them and attack the rear...”

Patrols would attack bridges, convoys, fuel dumps and so on, breaking the supply chain and holding up the advance of the blitzkrieg, giving the regular army time to regroup and counterattack.

Equipped with suppressed sniper’s rifles, the fighters would also be expected to assassinate anyone who might expose their underground operations.

Patrols would take out collaborators as well as local policemen and intelligence officers – innocent men, killed just for knowing their identities…

Anyone who stumbled across their OB would also be killed. And if a patrol member was injured and couldn’t get back the OB, they were obligated to shoot him...”

Their life expectancy was just 12 short days – with orders to kill each other and themselves if capture by the enemy seemed imminent.” [DorsetLive]

There were, then, two underlying assumptions or, better said, hopes, on the part of the Auxiliary Units: the first was that the units would survive for 12-14 days; the second was that the main British forces would be able to mount a successful counterattack.

As to whether the stay-behind fighters could survive for 14 days, my assessment is that they could do so easily if they did nothing or very little; once they started to shoot people and blow things up, it would be a different story.

The Germans might not have been able to do much to repress any stay-behind activity in the first confused days following invasion, but once those early days had passed, the Feldgendarmerie and SS would rather rapidly have started to arrest or kill suspects.

It is remarkable that the British plans included the assassination, on a default basis, of British police and Army personnel, or local residents, who knew of their existence! That might soon have backfired, with other such people helping the Germans to eliminate such ruthless persons hiding in their neighbourhoods. We shall never know. What we can be fairly sure about is that the Auxiliary Units would have had little impact on the eventual result, in big-picture terms.

As for the Auxiliary Units as the basis for a possible “British Resistance, impossible. Limited stocks of weaponry and ammunition, no help from external sources, and the German security grip tightening steadily.

Could British home forces have defeated a German invasion force, had it landed in the numbers suggested? Doubtful. For one thing, the projected German force was to have been 600,000 after a few days; the defending forces would have numbered under 400,000.

Secondly, the quality of German tanks, light weapons etc outmatched the British; the same was true of the fitness of German troops. Red Cross reports of the period (from France) noted that British soldiers captured were often undernourished, stunted, with poor teeth and poor fitness, a result of the social conditions prevalent in the UK in the 1920s and 1930s. The German prisoners taken by the British were found to be, almost universally, in a good state of health and fitness, the result of, mainly, 7 years of National Socialist government.

Another point is that the German forces will mostly have seen action in Poland or France, whereas the British home forces were mostly without recent battle experience.

It is true that large wargames (a major one took place at Sandhurst in 1974) have generally resulted in German defeat following a 1940 invasion of Britain, but those results were based on destruction of much of the invasion force at sea, and failure to execute the invasion plan with sufficient boldness. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Sea_Lion_(wargame).

History is full of examples of invasions that should have failed, but did not. Alexander’s invasion of the Persian Empire, and William of Normandy’s 1066 invasion of England, are but two. Indeed, Hitler’s own experiences in 1939-41 (Norway, France, Poland, the Soviet Union, Greece, Yugoslavia etc show that boldness can bring victory even in unlikely circumstances. Rommel’s victories in North Africa were usually achieved against the odds.

It can certainly be argued that Hitler should have pressed on in 1940, even in circumstances of high risk. Britain would have quickly folded, and then, under new political leadership, found a new role, with the Empire, as a “dual-rulership” of much of the Earth, in collaboration with the German Reich.

On those premises, huge destruction and misery would have been avoided, both in the 1940s and thereafter. The world would have been a far better place now, had that happened.

As to the results further down the line, had a German invasion succeeded, one has to say that, in some ways, perhaps most ways, Britain itself might have been —80 years on— better for it. There would have been no migration-invasion by blacks and browns, and no Jewish-Zionist exploitation. Services such as the NHS would have been available earlier and better.

Incidentally, a German victory in 1940 would not have meant long-term German occupation, certainly not after a few years, and not necessarily a harsh one. The main aim, for Hitler, would have been disarmament or control of the British Army, navy and air force.

Hitler’s preferred ruler of Britain, we now know, was none other than Lloyd George! The Security Service, MI5, was well aware of this, and monitored him closely.

Lloyd George was consistently pro-German after 1923,[169] in part due to his growing conviction that Germany had been treated unfairly at Versailles. He supported German demands for territorial concessions and recognition of its “great power” status; he paid much less attention to the security concerns of France, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Belgium.

[170] In a speech in 1933, he warned that if Adolf Hitler were overthrown Communism would replace him in Germany.[171] In August 1934, he insisted Germany could not wage war, and assured European nations that there would be no risk of war during the next ten years.[172] 

In September 1936, he visited Germany to talk with Hitler. Hitler said he was pleased to have met “the man who won the war”; Lloyd George was moved, and called Hitler “the greatest living German”.[166]: 247  Lloyd George also visited Germany’s public works programmes and was impressed. On his return to Britain, he wrote an article for the Daily Express praising Hitler and stating: “The Germans have definitely made up their minds never to quarrel with us again.[166]: 248 

He believed Hitler was “the George Washington of Germany”; that he was rearming Germany for defence and not for offensive war; that a war between Germany and the Soviet Union would not happen for at least ten years; that Hitler admired the British and wanted their friendship but that there was no British leadership to exploit this.” [Wikipedia].

Well, in the trite but true expression, “man proposes but God disposes”…

Note: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Lloyd_George

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Strange. My memory tells me precisely the reverse, as far as the years up to 2010 are concerned. It is a complex picture, but I recall a country where things were OK (speaking very very generally) until 1997 (I was mostly out of the UK that exact year, though), one where a gradual “communitarian” police statism started to develop under Blair and Brown, and one in which (and here I do agree with the tweeter) there was a catastrophic decline in standards from…well, the tweeter says 2010 (i.e. when Cameron-Levita and his clique became the Government), but I think earlier, maybe from 2005 or so (under Gordon Brown).

I recall returning to the UK from France in 2009, having not been here for a year (I had been spending half my time in France since 2005, and was also in a number of other countries during 2005-2010), and noticing the social darkness that had already descended, a year before David Cameron-Levita became Prime Minister.

The (Pakistani?) tweeter is obviously a simplistic Labour Party partisan, who thinks in unsophisticated ways: Labour government 1997— good, Conservative government 2010— bad. If only life were that simple.

Ah. Just looked him up: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahir_Shah. Not Pakistani, but Indian Muslim (born in the UK), and a comedian. Britain may be short of housing, energy, water, good jobs, a decent and working society generally, and good government, but we shall never, it seems, run out of comedians. Sometimes there seem to be thousands of them, though few I have seen or heard (on TV or radio) are actually very comic.

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£50,000 p.a. for being “office manager” of an office with few if any other employees? Bob Blackman is the Jewish-lobby puppet always acting as mouthpiece for Israel. One of such puppets, anyway.

I would suggest a solution for this, but prefer not to mention it…

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…championed the importance of freedom of speech“? Not one word from Young about how I was disbarred (wrongfully and actually unlawfully) at the instigation of a certain pack of Jews, some of whom still try (though vainly) to persecute me. Not a word about the persecution and prosecution, by the same pack of Jews, of the singer-satirist Alison Chabloz, who has now actually done time in prison for mocking “holocaust” fakery and hoaxes (fakery almost all done by Jews). Not a word about the fact that Jez Turner, of the now-defunct London Forum, was imprisoned for simply making a speech in Whitehall urging the removal of Jews from the UK.

Now I wonder whether there is a common theme about those cases when Toby Young and the “Free Speech Union” stayed guiltily silent?…

More controlled opposition.

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In 2004-2005, for nearly two years, I lived in a farmhouse in the constituency, near Milton Abbot (6 miles NW of Tavistock), having moved out of Polapit Tamar House, 8 miles away across the Tamar in Cornwall (a lovely place then, though since I lived there split up into numerous dwelling units, and currently on sale for £7M).

Geoffrey Cox became MP for Torridge and West Devon in 2005, but at that time I was too busy trying to make a living at the Bar to take any notice of System politics, certainly did not vote, and was unaware, I think, even of the bastard’s name.

The constituency is hard-core Conservative Party territory, though. All the farmers and landowners vote Conservative (despite being a “subsidized industry” by any other name). Cox received 60.1% in 2019 (LibDems 18.3%, Labour only 17.2%): see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torridge_and_West_Devon_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s.

[Milton Abbot, Devon. In 2004-2005, I lived in a farmhouse down a private track, just beyond the treeline at the top of the photograph]

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armstrong_Gibbs]

The fallibility of human memory

We do not have to consider the almost-ubiquitous “holocaust” fakery, hoaxes, or “memories” which simply could not have happened, to understand that human memory often cannot be relied upon. Ignorance of fact can also play a role.

I have just seen a tweet in which the tweeter reminisces about his school trip to the Soviet Union in 1984 or 1985. The trip apparently consisted of a week in Leningrad and a week in Moscow.

Inter alia, the tweeter concerned tweets that he visited the Hermitage (in Leningrad), and walked on the surface of the frozen Volga…

Well, I suppose that the above memory could be accurate, but probably is not. Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) is on the river Neva; Moscow is on the Moscow river or Moskva.

The Volga has a quite convoluted course, and at its nearest to Moscow is only about 85 miles away, at the meeting-place of the Volga with the Moskva-Volga Canal (aka Moscow Canal): https://factsanddetails.com/russia/Places/sub9_9a/entry-7029.html. It goes nowhere very near St. Petersburg.

[Neva river at St. Petersburg (former Leningrad); photo by A. Savin]
[Moscow river in central Moscow]
[Moskva-Volga Canal. Photograph by Ilya Timin]
[river Volga, near Yaroslavl]
[river Oka at Nizhny-Novgorod; photograph by Aleksei Trefilov]

The Moscow river is a tributary of the river Oka, which is in turn a tributary of the river Volga.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neva; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moskva_(river); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moscow_Canal; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volga; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oka_(river).

The upshot of the above is that the tweet I saw could be accurate but quite likely is not. The tweeter probably walked on the frozen Neva, or perhaps the Moskva, or the Moskva-Volga Canal.

Memory cannot always be relied upon. My own memory is (I have found) better than that of almost anyone else I have ever met, but is still occasionally inaccurate.

Talking of memories of Russia, I saw another tweet today, which contained a picture of the interior of the GUM complex near Red Square. Marble floors, clean, redolent of luxury.

I first saw GUM in 1993, when most of the shop units were empty, the (then white) marble floors containing wide cracks in places, and a snack bar in the area on the ground floor was doing a good trade in open sandwiches (red caviar on buttered white bread); I had one myself, I think.

When I returned to Moscow in 2007, all changed. Tan marble, everything clean and tidy, and the shops were all occupied; they included Thomas Pink, Armani etc. Not very busy, perhaps because it was a weekday and early evening, or perhaps because of the high prices. In 1993, it was also not busy, though then because there was rather little to buy. I believe that, in Soviet days, GUM was always packed, as was the toy shop Detsky Mir (“Children’s World”) next door (with access then from GUM as well as from the street). In 1993, I wandered in from GUM, out of curiosity. The few outsized soft toys were charged at extortionate prices. Oddly, or perhaps not, no children and few adults there.

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For a moment, I thought that he must have done something really bad, like identifying a Jew as Jewish, but on reflection, that would have required the participation of the “Anti-Terrorist Command”, I suppose…

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Diary Blog, 10 September 2021

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An ex-soldier lays it on the line about the many years of Western “intervention” in Afghanistan.

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Similar threats are coming from Trudeau, Macron, the new Australian police state etc. Americans, with their history, should know how to take care of their end…

Greta Nut, flanked by a Jew and a half-Jew, a lesbian half-Palestinian, and the Green Party would-be dictator, Caroline Lucas. Has Britain reached rock bottom? Surprisingly, probably not.

Notes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Layla_Moran; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Layla_Moran#Personal_life; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Bercow#Early_life_and_education; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caroline_Lucas; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/29/greta-thunberg-system-approved-wunderkind/.

Parliament, both Commons and (ludicrous) “Lords”, is now full of trash; a situation which has steadily worsened since 1989. We are, incredibly, in a crazy world where the likes of Jess Phillips and Lisa Nandy are spoken of as potential Labour leaders, and where a part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer and self-promoter has somehow become leader of the misnamed “Conservative” Party.

Further down the food chain we have seen, on the Labour side, such as Claudia Webbe and now-binned Fiona Onasanya: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/21/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-fiona-onasanya-story/.

What about the Lords? Well, so many examples…

The mother of the murdered black boy, Stephen Lawrence, and by reason of that, now sits in our upper legislative chamber, as does Michelle Mone, a woman who, off the back of an eventually-insolvent bra company, presented herself to cretinous David Cameron-Levita as a great success story. Now “Baroness Mone”. Just a couple of examples. There are many others, such as half-Jew, half-black ignoramus, “Baroness” Oona King, one-time MP, whose autobiography is truly cringeworthy. Sadly, my review on Amazon (along with all my other reviews) is no longer available by reason of Jewish-lobby whining against me.

Parliament is now, like much of Britain, a dustbin.

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Incredible. Hard to believe how a part of a simple straw basket, maybe 1,500 or so years old, can bring the past to life.

Well, either my brain is wired differently from those of the majority, or that theory does not work, because I came up with “potato”, which is not the expected answer…

He might have been at home in the Britain of 2021. Still, I should not be too harsh in judging the Cardinal. After all, he shares his “Sun sign” (Virgo) with me, and is thus —as far as I know— one of the relatively few Virgoan rulers (he was, in effect, a ruler) in history, Elizabeth I of England being another.

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On a superficial look, extreme, but then look again at what is actually happening, not only in Greek (South) Cyprus but in Australia, France, Canada etc. An attempt by the State to deny the most basic services to those who refuse the vaccine(s). Even in the UK, there are now difficulties in accessing medical (NHS) services if the patient is not vaccinated. Travel? Worse.

This could be an early “dry run” of what will later appear in world history as the wraparound “mark of the Beast” state, as foretold in Revelation.

Seriously.

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Symbiosis

Panzerlied

Hitler’s voice: documentary

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London. Zoo.

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Diary Blog, 7 June 2021

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Kirklees Council is within the Batley and Spen constituency area: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirklees_Council. Labour has a plurality though not a majority of councillors (32 out of 69). The Mayor? One “Mumtaz Hussein”. Leader of the Council? “Shabir Pandor”. The Deputy Leader is Peter McBride.

“Shortly after the 2016 local elections, Labour councillors initially decided to replace incumbent council leader David Sheard with Shabir Pandor…Pandor eventually resigned as Labour group leader. Sheard was re-elected as leader of the council and appointed Pandor as his deputy.[14] Pandor was subsequently elected leader of the council in 2018.” [Wikipedia]

You can see that Labour monopolizes the positions of importance at that council and that, over recent years, the non-whites have taken over from the former sort of Labour councillors, who were English, or at least ethnically British.

Incidentally, the salaried CEO of the Council is one Jacqui Gedman, who received, in 2019, over £156,000, and probably gets a great deal more in 2021: https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/information-and-data/pdf/open-data/senior-salaries-and-organisational-structure-2019.xlsx. Despite that, the Council has been heavily criticized for its failures in recent years.

See this, too:

In June 2016 the Huddersfield Daily Examiner exposed several councillors who had failed to pay their Council Tax. Five serving councillors, four Labour and one Conservative, had been issued with court claims after previously receiving reminder letters.[15]

Two councillors who had denied the allegations, Deputy Leader Jean Calvert and Amanda Pinnock, were suspended by the Labour Party. It was the second time in as many years that Calvert had failed to pay her Council Tax when it was due, and Pinnock had accused the Examiner of racism.” [Wikipedia] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirklees_Council#’Ratesgate’_scandal

Looks like Labour (especially) needs a big and damaging kick at the by-election. Looks as though the voting will be split mainly on racial/ethnic lines.

It’s a mad mad mad mad…UK

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/teen-who-torched-two-buildings-24258779

Be a psychopath and burn down buildings (etc) and you are “spared jail”, but sing a few songs about Jewish behaviour (Alison Chabloz), or make a short political speech in Whitehall (Jez Turner) and you are sentenced to imprisonment (despite, inter alia, being of good character, i.e. no previous convictions). Justice? Or an unjust and biased farce?

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Though superficially seeming impossible, is it impossible?

I see Blair as just as much a puppet of NWO/ZOG as, say, Boris-idiot, but one with more ability.

Jeremy Corbyn, anti-Zionist though not really “anti-Semitic” (regrettably), was removed by what amounted to a Jewish and Israeli covert operation, and was replaced by Keir Starmer, who has a Jewish wife (a lawyer), and children who are being brought up as if fully-Jewish. However, it is clear that, while the pro-Israel lobby on Twitter and in the msm likes Starmer, the voting public is unconvinced. Twice as many people prefer (even?) “Boris” to Starmer as future Prime Minister. Bearing in mind how incredibly poor “Boris” has proven to be, that is really something.

If Starmer were to be jettisoned, and with no obvious way forward for Labour, I can imagine that Blair might just be reinstalled, though most Labour members and (voting) supporters seem to be hostile. In one sense, almost impossible; in another, almost inevitable (?).

As to the voters generally, given a choice of “Boris” or Blair, more of them might say “Blair” than would say either “Boris” or “Starmer”… Never say never, I suppose.

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“Rahul Kohli”…an “Englishman”?! Ha ha! I looked him up on Wikipedia; TV and film actor, apparently.

People now, many of them, cannot see that an historical figure can do “good things” while also doing things now (100-200 years later) thought of as “not good”….There is no nuance in 2021. It’s all black and white, good v. evil…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egerton_Ryerson], and adjudged as such by, usually, those ill-equipped to make such determinations.

Below, that same statue before it was vandalized:

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The (relative) few can see what is happening, but the majority either cannot see or can see but still go along with the conspiratorial agenda because they think that nails that stick out get hammered down.

It is ever thus: only the few are the leaders, or in the vanguard. Only the few are the dissidents. There are innumerable historical examples, perhaps the most obvious being the dissidents of various kinds in the Soviet Union. Others would include the early scientists who stood up against, inter alia, heresy laws from the late mediaeval period still extant in the Renaissance. Or again, those in the present age who stand up against quasi-mediaeval “holocaust” “denial” laws and repressions.

At first, both as MP at Westminster and later as PM, especially when meeting the American President at Camp David, Blair was quite naive-looking, or as Mephistopheles puts it in Faust, “an intelligent youth, easy to instruct”. Later, he took on a “devilish” look, and now, at times, looks quite mad as he evidently sees himself as a prime mover and shaker of the Western NWO/ZOG conspiracy/consensus.

Nick Thomas-Symonds

Listened to fairly pathetic BBC Radio 4 PM. Talk about the migration invasion, and in particular the cross-Channel traffic of illegals in small boats. Guest interviewee was one “Nick Thomas”, whom I now see was Nick Thomas-Symonds [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Thomas-Symonds], the Shadow Home Secretary.

So irrelevant has the Labour Party now become that I (someone who takes a fairly close interest in political and Parliamentary affairs) was actually unaware that Nick Thomas was in that post. In fact, I had never heard of him.

Turns out that, on paper, this is a well-educated person, and a barrister who belongs to Lincoln’s Inn, as did I until the Jew-Zionist lobby procured my disbarment in 2016 (thus triggering my expulsion from my Inn).

Sadly, but not at all surprisingly, in answering questions about the migration invasion, Nick Thomas showed himself to be yet another Welsh windbag, taking a great deal of time to say absolutely nothing. Incapable of criticizing mass immigration as such. No real “solution” except to demand that more money be spent in the migrants’ home countries, thus magically stopping the waves of migration. Yeah, right…

That interview was telling, for me. Labour has absolutely nothing to say. Labour has nothing to offer the British people. Even less than has the chaotic government of “Boris”. Labour is washed-up.

It will be interesting to see how far Labour will fall in the two presently-upcoming by-elections.

Diary Blog, 23 April 2021

Well, so today is St. George’s Day. I rarely see the TV news now, so do not know whether the fact was reported on at all. It’s connected with England and the English by historical convention, so it will probably only be reported en passant, and/or probably used as an excuse to say that any alien flotsam and jetsam living here are “really” just as “English” as you and me…

Alison Chabloz

As I relayed via this blog a couple of days ago, the word from usually-reliable sources is that Alison will be released early, on electronic tag, next Wednesday. Not 100% certain, but pretty certain. If so, she will have served exactly 4 weeks out of the 18 weeks headline sentence. About 22% of the full sentence.

It could be worse, though only repressive societies lock up satirists and commentators, of course. The BBC/msm-subsidized Jew and other comedians, who mock the English and other British people constantly, never face such censure. Well, not yet, anyway. Perhaps their time will come.

There seems to be nothing new to report about Alison’s situation. I have already (see previous days’ blogs) relayed the news that she has received hundreds of letters, cards and books from all over the world, and has managed to keep in contact with people via telephone, her prison money account having apparently been topped-up by generous donors.

The most amusing news, arguably (apart from the fact that the “CAA” put out 5 years of conspiratorial plotting in order that Alison should spend only a few weeks in a not-entirely uncomfortable confinement) is that Alison has been able to sing her songs to an enthusiastic audience of prisoners (and staff?), some of whom apparently “sang along” at times!

A victory for Alison Chabloz “on points”, as the boxing people say…

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In other words, in the British context, a British and especially English form of social nationalism.

In the past, meaning before the 1990s, the UK Labour Party was “social” though not very “national”; the Conservative Party was at least semi-“national” but not very “social”. Blair destroyed most of the socialism and even social-democracy in Labour, while the Conservative Party was (like Labour, in fact) taken over by Jews and Jewish money, and threw away its “national” credentials. Both “main parties” became basically non-national and non-social. That remains the case today. Both parties are mere facades, behind which lurk Jewish-Zionism, globalist finance-capitalism, and the agenda of the international conspiracy (or “consensus”, if you prefer): the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan, the New World Order, Zionist Occupation Government(s). In a word, “White Genocide”.

Corbyn and those around him tried to resurrect the dead corpse of “social” Labour, which had been killed off in the 1990s by the superficially-talented puppet of the NWO/ZOG conspiracy, Blair (cf. Macron in France).

Corbyn, those around him, many rank and file Labourites as well, thought that you can be “anti-Israel”, yet pay lip-service to the “holocaust” faked history and so on. In other words, they thought that you can be anti-Jewish lobby (to put it that way; “anti-Zionist lobby”, perhaps more accurately) if said Jews are in Israel/Palestine, yet pro-Jew if the Jews in question are in the USA, UK, or France!

The Jewish lobby in the UK, and internationally, killed off Corbyn-Labour after several years:

Now the headless chickens of the Labour rank and file either try to depose Keir Starmer, the puppet leader put in by the Jewish lobby, or retreat to comfort zones such as Twitter.

The Zionists don’t care whether or not Labour ever wins a General Election again. Most of them vote low-tax (supposedly) “Conservative” anyway. They are in the position of a punter who backs both the first and second favourites in a race with only two likely outcomes, and where the other runners have effectively no chance. The fix is in. One of those two horses will win, but whichever one wins, the Jewish-Zionist punter has won. The colour of the winning jockey’s silks is of no real matter.

All the same, there could be an upswell of popular support for a new social-national party, if one existed, if it were credible, and if it had a leader destined to arise to supreme power. Also, if circumstances or Fate were favourable…

More from Britain’s bad-joke justice system…

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/resentful-mum-left-open-bottle-23968641

A suspended sentence! This was, and should have been charged as, attempted murder.

Say something that (allegedly…) “offends” a Jew (or, eg, sing a song about “holocaust” fakery) and you may end up in prison in the Britain of 2021, but admit to trying to poison your own 2-y-o child, and to causing 80 injuries to him, and it’s a suspended sentence…Sick.

More from the world of legalized justice...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9504755/Six-Extinction-Rebellion-protesters-cleared-causing-criminal-damage-Shells-London-HQ.html

Those idiots probably think that they have accomplished something. I bet that the one who pleaded guilty felt sick as the rest were acquitted. As for the jury, I do not know whether they are stupid, feeble-minded, or directly subversive. They should be ashamed of themselves.

I have blogged about Extinction Rebellion previously: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/16/the-extinction-rebellion-levellers/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/10/09/extinction-rebellion-greta-thunberg-cressida-dick-and-the-madness-of-protesting-crowds/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2020/09/08/diary-blog-8-september-2020-including-further-assessment-of-extinction-rebellion-as-well-as-of-tim-crosland-and-plan-b-etc/.

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Diary Blog, 27 January 2021, including a few thoughts about the Labour Party

Oh, God. Apparently, it is some kind of “holocaust” commemoration today, and Radio 4 steps up yet again, with the ubiquitous Jewish rabbi Julia Neuberger on Prayer for the Day, the early morning “god slot”. Talks about how Soviet General Petrenko was “appalled” at the supposed crimes of the “Nazis”. Well, of course he would have been “appalled”, being a high-ranking Stalinist! Oh, no, wait…

Have Radio 4 producers or editors never heard of the “GULAG Archipelago“? The Yezhovshchina? The Ukrainian famine? The other purges? The tortures?

More to the point, when and how did the BBC, and especially Radio 4, and especially the once-magisterial Today Programme and its offshoot bits and pieces, get so completely taken over? Jews are only 0.5% of the UK population, if that, but have colonized not only Radio 4 Today Programme but much of the msm over the past decades, and especially since, about, 1989.

As for the Today Programme generally, it has, like PM and other shows, become almost unlistenable. I switch off after a short while.

Labour Party

Keir Starmer is a Jewish-lobby puppet. He is more “competent” than Boris-idiot, but then almost anyone would be. “Competence” is necessary (or should be) in an administrator; in a political leader, “the vision thing” mentioned by George Bush snr. is, well, the “thing”. Boris-idiot has no vision. Neither has Keir Starmer. That is part of Labour’s problem.

Corbyn had a kind of vision, a kind of backward-looking vision of Britain. Not Britain as it ever was, but a sort of cartoon British history based on “Teach Yourself Marxism” meets “Wokeness”: undifferentiated “feudalism” from ancient times, leading up to some time around the English Civil War, and focussing on Levellers etc. Then the era of the Luddites and later Chartists. The Tolpuddle Martyrs. The founding of the trade unions, and the Labour Party.

Corbyn’s cartoon history of the UK would then take in the 1926 General Strike, the Jarrow March, the “Battle of Cable Street”, a few foreign aspects such as the Front Populaire, and Trotskyism, a risibly black-and-white version of the Second World War, then the NHS, social housing, new towns; the good ship Windrush and Commonwealth immigration (thought of by Corbyn as something good!). Finally, Thatcherism, the Miners’ Strike, Blairism and the betrayal of socialist principle, followed by 2010-2019 “Tory Austerity”.

Not that that view of British and European history is exactly or wholly “wrong”, in that those events were all aspects of it. The problem is that such a tableau contains no nuance and only a minute fraction of the real events and trends.

As for Corbyn’s vision of Britain’s future, it would be a compendium consisting of happy smiling workers of various races advancing to a radiant multikulti future, a Britain where trade unions worked with “socialist” “anti-racist” Labour politicians to eliminate “racism”, “sexism” and any form of inequality, in a Britain where borders were open to all, social services excellent and open freely to anyone just off the boat, where there was to be no conflict, magic money funding high pay and benefits, as well as quality public housing and transport (despite mass immigration), a Britain with no dissent except in how to move forward the socialist agenda, and no “fascism” or —God forbid!— “neo-Nazi” tendency.

The above Corbynist agenda and vision, of course, had as little reality as a Superman cartoon. In a way, it was the Jewish element that was the stumbling-block. Not that Corbyn was particularly “anti-Semitic” from my point of view (and after all, I ought to know!). It was more that Jews, with their “tribal” loyalty and clannishness, their materialism, their pushiness, their interest in financial advancement etc, not to mention their pragmatism, got in the way of that idealized and completely unworkable vision of an ideal post-Marxist “socialist” Britain and world.

Where would the Jews have fitted into that “Corbynist” vision? Nowhere. Corbyn knew it. His advisers, such as Seumas Milne, knew it. The Jews themselves knew it. Thus was set the stage for the conflict between the Jews and Jewish lobby against Corbyn and the Labour Party.

The Jews won. Corbyn and Labour lost. The tweets below make the point:

That is where Labour now is: it is a battlefield after the “mother of all battles”, a battlefield strewn with the bodies of the fallen, Corbyn among them.

Labour stopped being “socialist”, even in theory, sometime around 1990-ish. Clause 4 was deleted, nationalization scrapped. Under Blair and Brown, it is hard to see Labour even as having been social-democratic.

The expenses scandal that rocked the end of the 1997-2010 Labour period was driven not only by criminal greed (on the part of both Labour and Conservative MPs) but by the wish on the part of Labour MPs (too) to live a rather affluent “bourgeois” life. Not only by cheating and freeloading on expenses, but by getting as much outside “work” as possible.

Thus we saw, for example, Tom Watson raking in a regular £500 per month expenses (extra, on top of salary and general expenses) for food alone; we saw outright fraud; we saw Patricia Hewitt and others selling influence for hard cash. And so on…

Labour MPs and officials married affluent people, often those with profitable businesses. Corbyn Labour as well as “centrist” Labour:

“[Seamus] Milne married Cristina Montanari, an Italian-born director of an advertising firm, in 1992. The couple have two now-adult children, a son and daughter, who were educated at selective grammar schools in Kingston upon Thames.” [Wikipedia; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seumas_Milne].

Diane Abbott, another Corbyn supporter, educated her own children privately, while insisting that only State schools would exist in the future…

Even the “hardline socialists” of Corbyn-Labour were basically a bunch of fakes (I refer to the MPs and officials, not the bamboozled mugs at rank-and-file level).

Keir Starmer is now effectively in charge of a party which is a wasteland. It stands for nothing, offers nothing, looks forward to nothing.

Where does that leave Labour, electorally? In fact, in a slightly better position than where it was under Corbyn.

For one thing, the Jewish Press (and I refer to the msm outlets as well as the specifically “Jewish” Press such as the Jewish Chronicle) stopped attacking Labour as soon as Zionist puppet Starmer became leader. In a country as manipulated as the UK, that must have an effect.

There again, the Conservative Party has little support among under-30s. The “virus” is killing old people, mainly. That must play to Labour’s advantage, in that only a tiny number of people of 70 years of age or greater now vote Labour.

Also, the blacks and browns are breeding fast, and they mostly vote Labour.

Having said that, the only way, at present, that Labour could form a government, would be with SNP help. If Scotland chooses Independence (however fake), that removes 50-60 Commons votes from any coalition or alliance.

All three main or System parties are failing, but Labour is, arguably, failing fastest, not least because it is not “opposing”, and because it can have no vision.

Other tweets seen

[https://www.gofundme.com/f/Urgent-Appeal-in-saving-a-Cornish-Farm?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet]

Another Jew exploiter and fraudster. Remember “Robert Maxwell”? At least that bastard only had one yacht bought with stolen money. The Green pack have three megayachts.

Prison? I have a better idea for those parasites…

Cartoon

This made me laugh…

That must be comforting to all the homeless British people…

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Diary Blog, 2 September 2020, including more thoughts about 2022

I am 64 today. Greetings to readers of my blog.

The Chinese characters for “crisis” are said to mean “danger” and “point of change” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_word_for_%22crisis%22]. Appropriate, at this time when the great Chinese nation has emerged to challenge the West for world supremacy.

Was “the virus” a planned release, posed as an “accident”? We may never know for sure. Some may say that such a speculation is a “conspiracy theory”, but if so, it is one supported —or not dismissed at any rate— by some pretty well-informed people.

Sir Richard Dearlove, one-time SIS chief, seems to believe that the virus came from an accident in a named Chinese lab, and was not an accident of and in the natural world and/or a market.

I personally (obviously not an expert in scientific subjects) find it very strange that the outbreak in Wuhan was contained very easily in the end, and there was quite swiftly an end to “lockdowns”, “social distancing” and facemask wearing etc. Only about 3% of the population of Wuhan was infected (some sources say); the official death rate was a tiny fraction of 1%, being around 5,000 people in a city of 11 million (about 1 death for every 2,000 inhabitants); and most parts of China were completely unaffected.

Meanwhile, in Germany, Austria, Italy, fast-spreading outbreaks. Was there a deliberate planting of material there?

Reverting to the main theme, 31 years ago socialism dissolved all over the world. I have blogged about it before. The fact that the Chinese government still pretends to be “Communist” or socialist carries no weight. “Communist” is just the name on the outside of the box.

Neither does the fact that there are a few pitiful failed “socialist” states here and there prove the survival of socialism as a significant ideology rising beyond the level of a small political cult. North Korea, with its bizarre pseudo-socialist “monarchy” (by any other name); Cuba, which without Soviet subsidy has become what one would expect of a Latino dictatorship ruling over an island populated mainly by blacks and those of mixed race. Ramshackle, its roads potholed, its railways scarcely functioning, its capital full of condemned and collapsed buildings.

Venezuela? Need one even say anything? [https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/01/18/some-thoughts-about-venezuela-socialism-and-developing-a-more-advanced-society/]

nb. https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/01/01/disordered-and-infantile-people/

As I have blogged previously, in the UK whatever existed of socialism or even social-democracy soon dissipated. The Labour Party deleted Clause 4 from its constitution and socialism was dead in Labour as well as everywhere else.

Corbyn’s rise was resistance against the finance-capitalism then riding triumphant despite the 2008 crash. It was, however, unsuccessful. Now we see Labour just a pale copy of Blairism, run by a former prosecuting lawyer who is, like all his Cabinet, completely tied in with the Jewish/Israel lobby.

Social nationalism, in terms of parties and organizations, has rarely been so weak. A consequence of the globalist finance-capital trend since 1989. The BNP started to gain some traction before 2010, but in the end failed, just like Corbynism.

Now we see widespread discontent, but nowhere (in the UK) amounting to even a real hard protest, let alone any kind of “revolution”. Even the recent dictatorial “control” “laws” [invalid, fake, laws] could not raise much of a protest. Maybe 10,000 in Trafalgar Square, listening to speeches.

When the economy really tanks, when neither Government nor (fake) Opposition can offer the then-suffering British people anything, then social-nationalism might have a chance, but only if it has developed by then (meaning 2022) at least the nucleus of a disciplined party organization.

2022 will bring in an era of change across the world. The world between 2022 and 2055 will be as different from the world 1989-2022 as that now is when compared to 1956-1989.

Tweets seen

Or to put it another way, “truth not required on voyage”…

“Dr. Tim” (of whom I have blogged in the past: see https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/07/18/theyre-coming-to-take-me-away-ha-ha/) thinks that now-misnamed “Labour” should make it difficult for anyone of modest means to join. He wants Labour Party membership to be restricted to the rather comfortably-off. Says it all about Keir Starmer “Labour” really. No shekels, no membership card?

Actually, I rather like the idea. Destroy Labour and people might start to look for a real alternative to the equally-misnamed “Conservative” Party.

If (which I doubt, frankly) that report is accurate, then at last Boris-idiot will have done something worthwhile. I support public service broadcasting, in principle, but the BBC is not that, not any more, if it ever was (certainly not after some admittedly indeterminate point in the past; maybe 1980 or so). I now hate the BBC despite it still having a few good things showing (mainly on BBC Four).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalergi_Plan; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_von_Coudenhove-Kalergi

Hitchens is right. All across the world, and perhaps especially in those jurisdictions which for long have considered themselves “societies under law”, with civil rights and reasonable freedoms, there has been a stunning abrogation of liberty, moreover an entirely (from the public health point of view) unnecessary abrogation of rights and liberties. Incidentally, if anyone reading this cannot see the difference between “a society under law” and a mere “society that has laws”, all I can do here is request (for your own sake) that you research that difference.

Also, take a look at Twitter. Most of the pseudo-socialists, “antifa” twits, most of the Jewish element, are applauding the dictatorial measures being employed in Australasia (New Zealand is almost as bad as Australia, though less confrontational).

As I have blogged previously, the ideological unsoundness of the self-described “Left” (I myself avoid the “Left”/”Right” meaninglessness) is shown by their wish to be controlled and ordered about by the State. That is why these people have no political traction. They have no real core belief beyond various “anti” positions.

Note the stated “position” of tweeter “@Oz_UK”: “socialist“…and pro-Corbyn, and his “avatar” is that of a photograph of the girl I call Greta Nut.

People like that do not change the system, let alone lead or take part in revolutions. Their main aim is to see those with whom they think they disagree hurt in some way, by others or by the State apparat. In the old Soviet Union, they were called Homo Sovieticus…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homo_Sovieticus].

Britain is full of them now.

Ever heard of Thomas Edison, Dr. Dim? Maybe he does not count as a scientist, not ever having had much of a formal education… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Edison

I suppose that Edison was “only” an inventor, not a “real” scientist of the Professor Ferguson type…

I regard Nigel Farage as “controlled opposition”, but I repost his tweets here because his are the best record today of the migration-invasion happening. 400+ in one day!

What use is a Royal Navy, a Royal Air Force, a Border Force that cannot stop this invasion of untermenschen by any and all means? Do you say “because the armed services are there to stop Russian invasion“? If so, you are very foolish.

The Russia of today is not the old Soviet Union, and has no ideology that differs much from that of “the West”, beyond a certain nationalistic outlook. The Russians are far less expansionist than the Americans these days. The USA is the brute force behind the New World Order [NWO] expansion in Eurasia.

Russia has neither the means to invade the UK nor any interest in invading the UK but, speaking frankly, I should prefer a Russian invasion to one by these hordes of (mostly) near-savages. At least I should be able to speak the language!

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