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Diary Blog, 29 May 2022

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[Akademgorodok]

On this day a year ago

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David Icke used to follow my Twitter account. In fact, leaving aside organizational and corporate accounts, mine was one of a very small handful that Icke followed.

I was expelled from Twitter in 2018 after a campaign by the usual whining and/or demanding Jews, connected to the so-called “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [“CAA”].

Icke was also expelled from Twitter, a couple of years later. Same situation. Same pack of Jews.

Such expulsions are the main reason why Twitter is now relatively dull in every way. I use it as a convenient way of filling gaps in my blog with news and comment but, as a real tool of influence in itself, it has been killed, and killed by “them”. It’s always “them”…

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and

Quite a few of the vandalistic sort of “anti-Semitic” actions seen over the years in the USA, UK etc, actions such as drawing swastikas, damaging bits and pieces in Jewish cemeteries etc, have actually been found to have been perpetrated by Jews, often with the motive of Jews being then able to whine about how oppressed they are by —mainly invented— “antisemitism” etc (which then leads to money —many millions of pounds in the UK alone— being given by government to Jew-Zionist “security” (snooping and strongarm) orgs to pay for, supposedly, an increase in security at Jewish religious and educational centres; also leading to pressure for laws being passed to restrict “anti-Semitic” comment online and offline.

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[Compton Wynyates, Warwickshire; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compton_Wynyates]

Polanski

Far be it from me to defend a Polish Jew, but truth demands exposure. As a film director, Polanski is pretty good. It is ironic that one of his least-interesting films, arguably, is (again arguably) his best-known— Chinatown [1974]. I saw it very long ago, and found it confused. Perhaps I should see it again before being too critical. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinatown_(1974_film)

What has always struck me about the films of Polanski is the element of surprise and, indeed, shock, that they all seem to have. Most if not all have some scenes where the unexpected slaps you in the face.

As to the sex crime with which Polanski was charged in 1977, perhaps I am being too kind, but it strikes me as a bit of a storm in a teacup. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Polanski.

Yes, Polanski having a sexual encounter with a young girl (13-y-o), was a crime under Californian law. She seems to have been not unwilling, which though irrelevant legally, has at least some relevance in background terms. She has made public, as an adult, the fact that she does not want Polanski to be further penalized. Anyway, it is long ago now, 45 years in fact.

There is a kind of neo-Puritanism about, which demands that artists (even ones long-dead) must be very straitlaced, which not all are. I suppose that the fuss about Eric Gill is another fairly recent example. So must we destroy or remove from public view the works of, say, Caravaggio?

The nonsense about Polanski and others is akin to the demand of the “Black Lives Matter” idiots that statues and other memorabilia associated with persons themselves even obliquely associated with slavery be removed or destroyed. If that were carried into effect, almost all famous people from 15th to 19th centuries (in the UK and many other countries) would have to have their statues torn down. And what of the surviving statues of ancient rulers and others? Or does the present pursed-lipped disapproval apply only to black slaves?

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“Foundling”, not “founding“, but no matter. What a very nice confirmation of the view expressed by C.S. Lewis (and cited in the Foreword to the beautiful book, Sold for a Farthing, by Clare Kipps) that the “tame” state (not afraid of, or hostile to, humans) is the truly natural state of being for the animal kingdom, though as yet largely unfulfilled.

[Clare Kipps with Clarence, “a common house sparrow“]

Social parasitism

Buy-to-let parasitism.

Midsomer Murders

Saw an episode of Midsomer Murders, the first seen by me, as far as I can recall, for two or three years. Basic format much as in the past, but “the Great Replacement” agenda has really taken over.

In the small Berkshire/Oxfordshire-type village(s) in question, in the past all-white, the white English are now scarcely a majority. The first scene, at the village green, had some English people, but also blacks, browns, and Chinese, in numbers.

The demographic change was so marked that it made me laugh. It was as if (?) some “woke” idiot had gone round with a clipboard, ticking off “types”, as in “now let me see…three Chinese, several blacks, a few Indians and Pakistanis, a few white English.…” etc. The final scene was absurd: the two (white English) detectives, the last planned (but saved) victim (Indo-Pakistani), and three perpetrators— a black woman, another Indian, and one white English. In a tiny English village in the country…

Several years ago, “activists” complained that the show was too English. It “needed” more blacks and browns, they said…

Transparent, of course, to someone of my age etc, but that kind of propaganda is aimed at those of much greener years. Normalization of a basically non-English, non-European, society.

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/.

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Not sure that I entirely agree, despite “Boris” himself, repeatedly over the years, trying to present himself as a kind of am-dram Churchill.

Whatever the many flaws of Churchill, he was certainly a great historical figure, with real talents. To compare Churchill to Boris-idiot is to insult the former and flatter hugely the latter. I say that despite being implacably opposed to most of Churchill’s policies.

As I have blogged before, if comparing Churchill to “Boris” at all, the verdict must be, in the famous words of Marx, “first time— tragedy; second time— farce“… (from Marx’s 18th Brumaire, if I am not mistaken; see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Eighteenth_Brumaire_of_Louis_Bonaparte).

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Diary Blog, 24 May 2022, with something about lost railways, and more on the Ukraine situation

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[Waffen SS contingent welcomed by Dutch citizens, 1940]

On this day a year ago

Industrial archaeology

Well put together and narrated.

War artist

Escalation in the Black Sea

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10847419/Royal-Navy-escort-ships-carrying-Ukrainian-grain-Black-Sea.html:

Britain is co-ordinating with its allies on a potential plan to send warships to the Black Sea port of Odesa to offer a protective escort to ships exporting Ukrainian grain.

  • Britain, NATO and other nations could create a ‘protective’ corridor to Odesa
  • It would allow Ukraine to export large amounts of grain needed worldwide 
  • Denmark meanwhile announced it will send US-made missiles to Ukraine
  • The Boeing Harpoon missiles could help Ukraine to deliver long-distance strikes 
  • The Russian war in Ukraine has exacerbated a global food crisis

The plan would see allied navies clear the area around the southern port of Russian mines before protecting freight ships carrying the vital produce from Putin’s warships according to The Times.

Long-range missiles will also be deployed to deter any Russian attempts to sabotage the corridor.

[Daily Mail].

This is mad, and carries with it obvious dangers, both of direct conflict between forces of NATO and Russia, and also that the Russians will increase attacks on Odessa itself, to destroy the port area and perhaps the whole city. Odessa is the third-largest city of Ukraine.

It would be tragic were Odessa, a beautiful city in large parts (look on Google Earth or elsewhere), as well as one with a history going back 2,000 years, to be destroyed. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odessa.

[Odessa, c.1900]
[Odessa, 2020]
[part of the harbour area of Odessa in 1960, when it was the largest port of the Soviet Union]
[Chaika —“Seagull”— Beach, Odessa]
[Passage Galleries, Odessa, akin to Leadenhall Market or Burlington Arcade in London, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, or GUM in Moscow]
[Odessa Archaeological Museum]

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This worldwide situation is not straightforward but, in part, is the New World Order [NWO] and ZOG [Zionist Occupation Governments] in opposition to states not part, or so much part, of that (notably, Russia).

That Shaun Walker (Guardian drone) seems to have missed the way British TV reporters are often seen dressed and accoutred these days.

Journalists for major msm orgs are often pretty ignorant. I recall encountering an American in 1988, the only other customer in the rather nice marble-floored cafe at the old Warsaw Airport (the terminal I knew was remodelled in the 1990s, then demolished and rebuilt a number of years ago, the new one being finished in 2015).

Not many people were travelling from Warsaw —or to it— on that dark and snowy evening in mid-December 1988.

The American (I strongly suspect Jew) turned out to be the Newsweek correspondent for not only Poland but the whole of Eastern Europe, though based in Bonn, then capital of West Germany.

Conversation revealed that said American knew little about Poland, even as compared to me, and I myself was little more than a casual visitor who had been there a few times.

Also, imagine the idea— the whole of Eastern Europe covered by one unimpressive “journalist” who did not even live in the region!

The readers of the American news magazines, UK/US newspapers, and the audience for TV reports, give the reporters more credence than they usually deserve.

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There are two sides to almost every story.

I have driven past there a few times, though quite a few years ago. Picturesque.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10846969/Winter-deaths-Covid-no-worse-flu.html

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[Ukraina Hotel, Moscow, where I myself stayed in 1993]

“Ostalgie”

I am at present about halfway through reading The Stasi Files: East Germany’s Secret Operations Against Britain, by Anthony Glees, which was published in 2003.

Just saw this hearsay comment (somewhere else):

The nostalgia referred to is called Ostalgie in German. Ost means East and Nostalgie means Nostalgia. Well, East Germany is still behind the Western part of the country, sadly. And the Ostalgie is there for a reason. I once talked to a man, an Ossie, a former East Berliner. In 2010 he told me: “I used to have one job. I couldn’t go where I wanted, for example Paris or London. But I could go on vacation to Prague, Budapest and the East-German and Polish coasts. We always went on summer holidays. Now, I have two jobs, and I barely make enough money to sustain myself. I can’t go anywhere these days. I haven’t been on a holiday for over 20 years now.”

Again, every story has at least two sides. The repression noted by the author of the book I am presently reading was real, but that was not the whole story, just as a picture of happy, perhaps wealthy, Americans enjoying the surf in Southern California is not the whole story about the USA.

I myself only saw the DDR/East Germany for a couple of days (in the summer of 1988). Not a terribly good impression (I have blogged on or around it in the past) but I have seen worse.

I sometimes wonder whether the East German rulers would not have been better to allow more travel to the West, and to allow their citizens to stay and work there at will. They might have found that quite a few returned, in the end, if given more freedom to come and go.

Of course, the drain of population East-West from 1945-1961 (1961 being when the Wall went up) was part of the reason, to stop that drain, but the Wall was a propaganda coup for the West. How could it not be? What kind of state needs to imprison its citizens? Etc.

The same factors might have been true of the Soviet Union.

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As usual, poor Brits are last in line; as usual, those who give nothing are first to be given whatever.

Three guesses what kind of “anti-racists” will be organizing and influencing this nonsense? That’s right— “them” (((them))).

Every. Single. Time.

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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]

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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, 13 October 2021

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There will soon be no need for the Chinese to invade Eastern Siberia (former Soviet Far East), sovereignty over which China has long disputed with Russia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Nerchinsk.

The Chinese are already infiltrating by mercantile activity, farming etc. Soon Chinese will replace Russians unless Moscow starts to actually do something to stop that. Siberia generally is almost empty, and that is particularly so the further east and north we look. An open door.

[“Russia has no borders; it is wherever there are Russians”]

Must try that at some future time, maybe c.2040, with the British police: “I’ll have almost-burnt rye toast, butter, red caviar, with dill and sliced non-vinegar pickled cucumber on the side, and some iced Moskovskaya vodka, served in very small glasses, please“. Well, might be worth a try…

The madness continues… https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/11/15/when-reality-becomes-subjective/.

It would be a mistake to imagine that the above and other madness (inc. “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, “Black History Month” the Greta Nut and other climate-related nonsense, the general repression of free speech, the “everyone can go to a ‘university’ and get a firstclass degree” etc) is happening by some kind of accident or co-incidence. No. There are secret groups pushing it all. They riddle our society like termites, and will only be removed by the methods appropriate to such infestation.

For the “refugees welcome” cretins, the answer is simple— “build more houses!” (so that endless more waves of invaders can be accommodated, so that England loses yet more open country and decent suburbia, and so that the UK becomes non-white quicker). Needless to say, most of these “refugees” will be entirely useless parasites, and their offspring as bad or worse.

All designed to “prove” a lie, i.e. that the UK, or at least London, was “multicultural” since the Middle Ages. It’s rubbish.

More from the new Australian multikulti, (((infested))), biosecurity police state. Victoria seems to be the harshest, but NSW is not far behind.

I dissent, not that it now matters directly, from the crazy policies of Churchill, but the man was still a titan overall, when compared to the part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer who now tries, pathetically, to imitate him. Marx was right: history is tragedy the first time, before being repeated as farce.

The whole Western world needs a thoroughgoing cultural purge. The infestation is rooted in one particular group, and it is not that of the blacks, as such…

Impressive.

An idea for the Westminster monkeyhouse? Would look funny at PMQs…

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Right-wing anti-Palestinian protesters“? Seems that Skwawkbox is casting around, trying to find the right words…how about “fanatical Zionist Jews“?

The “open letter” tweet relates to an Irish writer of whom I had not heard previously. I suppose that she could have permitted the translation (into Hebrew), but given all her royalties to poor Palestinians in Gaza. Though that would have broken the BDS code in principle, it would also have helped individuals, as well as providing amusement (Zionists paying money out to Gazans). One can get into arguments akin to the mediaeval “how many angels can dance on the head of a pin?”.

For myself I can only say, in the words of “the Mad Mahdi”, that “ten thousand angels shall precede me into battle“:

Bob Moran

The cartoonist, Bob Moran, who has been one of few prominent voices of sanity in the past 20 for so months, has now been sacked by the Daily Telegraph (which always pretends to stand for free speech) at the behest of a mob of Twitter-twits.

I hope that some other journal will publish his cartoons, but in this age of “me too” political neo-orthodoxy, I am not hopeful. Even Private Eye is now one more msm mouthpiece for “me too” wokeness (in fact, and in my view, it always was, but it had the grace to conceal that in the 1970s and 1980s).

Bob Moran has tweeted the following, no doubt after some threat of legal or other action:

The public is slowly waking up to the fact that “the virus” has been weaponized by the System in the UK not only as an excuse for the arrogation of quasi-dictatorial laws and power, but also as an excuse for why the NHS is now ebbing away to being a kind of skeleton service. “Sorry, we cannot [fill in action not done] because of Covid”…

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[Mother-Russia memorial statue, Volgograd]

Diary Blog, 31 August 2021

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Sad, brutal, unnecessary.

I wonder what on Earth Maxim Gorky would make of such an American city, were he to be alive today?! It will be recalled that he wrote The City of the Yellow Devil about New York City. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxim_Gorky.

Having said that, “Philly” has always had a rough underside. When I was with my first wife (a Federal employee), driving in Philadelphia after watching a baseball game at the old Veterans’ Stadium in (I think) 1990, along with her colleagues (an annual office outing), we saw a mugger grab a woman’s handbag and run away fast. My wife, who was driving, accelerated, and we chased the robber down the narrow street until he darted down a side alley.

Which is the bigger scam? The “panicdemic” fear campaign, or the UK’s binary electoral “choice”? How many Goves can dance on the head of a pin?

Closely followed, perhaps equalled, by the control and influence exercized by the Jew-Zionist lobby.

Facemask nonsense declines

Over the past 24 hours, I have been in several retail outlets. The facemask nonsense is in rapid decline everywhere, thank God. Having said that, the dictatorial powers misused by the Government remain in place. I should not be surprised to see a reimposition of the facemask diktat as the weather grows cooler.

Bob Edwards, cartoonist

I may be completely mistaken, but I am wondering whether the clever cartoonist who came to prominence during the 2020 UK “lockdown” shutdown, “Bob” (see a few cartoons below this text) is the same as the young man, Bob Edwards, who used to draw cartoons for League Review, the journal of the League of St. George, circa 1977?

It may be. I noticed last year that the Jew-Zionist element (mostly pro-“lockdown”, pro-facemasks, and in fact in favour of all curbs to freedom) seemed to be hostile to “Bob’s” cartoons and to him. Also, I think that his surname is Edwards. Yes…here is his Twitter account: https://twitter.com/robertedwards47?lang=en.

Looking at his recent tweets, it seems that his political views are less radical than mine, now (in fact, I have no idea exactly what his were “back in the day”).

I met the 1970s cartoonist a few times when I was a member of the League of St. George (1976-1978). That 1970s Edwards was, if I recall aright, a medical student or medical school drop-out. A lady who shall be nameless (and who may or may not still be alive) once told me, I think in 1978, that she had told that young man (who was interested in her) that, if he stopped drinking and passed his medical degree, she would reward him… As far as I know, that never happened. He missed out. She was a lady of her word. Memory Lane…

[Update, 12 September 2021: In fact, I was mistaken: the Daily Telegraph cartoonist is Bob Moran, not Bob Edwards. Moran also has a Twitter account]

Some of the more recent cartoons [by Bob Moran]:

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