The repercussions of the missile attack at Kremenchuk have caused a reaction at the G7 summit. While the governmental leaders present have renewed pledges to help the Zelensky regime, that regime itself has bitten the hand that is feeding it, criticizing the amount and speed of resupply.
The latest reports are that the Kiev regime is finding it hard to resupply units armed with Soviet artillery, mainly because the stocks of suitable ammunition in Ukraine itself are running low, and because the only other substantial stocks are held by Russia and by ex-Soviet republics unwilling to anger, too much, the Russian Government.
NATO uses artillery ammunition of calibres unsuitable for use in Soviet-era artillery pieces.
Even if more NATO artillery is sent to Ukraine, together with NATO or NATO-compatible ammunition, the bulk of Ukraine’s artillery would by then be unusable for lack of suitable Soviet-type ammunition.
If Kiev-regime sources are to be believed, at present the Russians have an artillery advantage, numerically, of at least 10:1, possibly 15:1. When is added to that the fact that much of the Russian artillery has a reach further than that of the Ukrainians, the advantage is naturally even greater.
In relation to infantry, the Russians do not seem to be using it much, not on a wide scale; only for urban fighting. As for the Ukrainians, their infantry seems to be mainly dug-in, in urban areas where the Russian advantage in artillery and missiles is lessened in effect.
In any case, the Kiev-regime forces appear not to be very mobile, because of (speculating) fuel shortages and/or fear of artillery or air attack in open country.
Another feature of this war is the relative absence of air battles and even bombing. The Russians lost a great deal of air power, especially helicopters, in the early weeks, to Ukrainian missiles. The Russians seem now to be cautious in their use of air.
As to the air force of the Ukrainians, I have seen or read little of it. Presumably under hardened bunkers in the west of the country.
The Kremenchuk attack is unlikely to have been accidental, or a mistake. It made the point to the G7 leaders that Russia is raising the stakes. As I blogged yesterday, the attack is saying to the G7 and to the civilians along the Dnieper, in the cities of Zaporozhye, Dnipro, Kremenchuk and, yes, Kiev as well, that “we are coming“.
The G7 leaders must be acutely aware of Russia’s nuclear arsenal, no matter that some of it might not work. Even a single nuclear missile on London, Washington, New York or wherever would undo a lot of well-laid plans. In the UK, it would mean, very likely, the end of the country as a major military and economic power.
What a time in which to have an idiot such as “Boris” at the head of affairs.
The same was true from 2010, when Conservative Party voters —mostly elderly houseowners in the UK, esp. the south of England— in effect declared war on those who were not houseowners and/or were unemployed and/or disabled and/or poor generally.
That was not merely a difference of political opinion, it was (for the victims) a case of being subjected to a legalized form of bullying and harassment which amounted to attack.
Can you imagine? A great city such as Chicago (once touted as potential capital of the USA) being “governed” by a ridiculous monkey of that sort…
An assertion which may be true but was not, I think, on TV or in the Western msm generally (I have not seen any TV news recently).
Small children in St. Albans being fed evil (though posing as good) propaganda by migrant-invaders. Who or what, though, might be (((behind))) those invaders? What (((influence))) is organizing it all?
I wonder what the original revellers of 1970 would make of the Glastonbury “Festival”? Eighty-year-old —in some cases— “rockers”, and the audience largely (I read) composed of forty, fifty, sixty, or even seventy year old people.
Of course, a number of the members of the audience may themselves also have been at Glastonbury back in 1970, but they are not the same people as those young festival-goers of yore, 52 years ago, even if they think they are.
52 years ago, I myself was 13, and very different in most respects to what I am, think, and feel (or do) today. The same person, yet not. George Orwell noted that disconnect in one of his essays of the 1930s.
Overall, the Glastonbury set-up now (admittedly, I have taken almost no interest in it) is redolent of some dystopian sci-fi film, as is so much in the UK and the world today. Carefully-delineated and guarded compounds for different levels of…money, and a pseudo-green, pseudo-communitarian message sent out for the mugs to believe in. A dichotomy symbolized by the mountains of trash left behind after the festival ends its season.
Even Greta Nut was there (in one of the expensive and guarded “VIP” areas).
Talking about weird or dystopian, we then have the G7 summit, taking place in the Bavarian Alps.
“G7 face battle for unity as cost of Ukraine war mounts.
“Some voices – particularly in France, Germany and Italy – have asked if it might not be better for the war to end, even if it came at the cost of Ukraine having to cede territory. A recent cross-Europe opinion poll suggested some voters put solving the cost-of-living crisis ahead of punishing Russia.
Others argue about the need to salvage some kind of relationship with Russia in the future.
“Countries like the UK, Poland and the three Baltic States have been resisting these arguments…”
Note that: most of the more significant states, meaning Germany, France, and Italy, want to step down their involvement with the Zelensky regime, but there is one major state out of step— the UK. The reason is obvious: “Boris”-idiot wants to continue to play the Poundland Churchill, whatever the cost in money to the UK taxpayer, and whatever the risk of war with Russia (and whatever the cost in misery and blood to the Ukrainian civilians if this war drags on). A distraction from his shambolic misrule in the UK (and from the fast-sliding support for his party at the by-election polls).
Meanwhile, the part-Jew/Levantine poseur unmeritedly occupying the office of Prime Minister had this to say:
“Boris Johnson has said he is “actively thinking” about a third term, amid criticism of his leadership.
The prime minister was asked if he would like to serve a full second term in office – to 2028 or 2029.
“At the moment I’m thinking actively about the third term and what could happen then, but I will review that when I get to it,” he told reporters.”
Hard to believe that the idiot is so empty of self-knowledge, but there it is. He seems to think that enough Conservative MPs will prop up his leadership, and that a sufficiency of voters will then endorse that.
Everyone in Parliament, government, or the HMRC (especially whoever purports to lead it) should read that article.
I myself could write one twenty times as complex, and several shades darker, about a problem I had with HMRC from 2008 to 2011, and especially 2010-2011, and going back in its origins for decades. Any such account would be somewhere between a comic novel and a horror or sci-fi story. Think Kafka.
In the end, my own problem was permanently resolved by what I can only describe, quite literally, as a miracle, and which came to Earth on my birthday one year. The HMRC vultures flew away again, forever.
I have lived and/or worked in, inter alia, the UK, the Caribbean, Kazakhstan, and many other places. The stifling miasma of bureaucracy is to be found almost everywhere, to some extent, but I never found an organization so shambolic, and so labyrinthine, as the HMRC of the UK. It is unique in those aspects, at least in my experience; I see from the Guardian article that, over a decade on, nothing much seems to have changed.
Thinking wider than the one organization (or misorganization), it seems to me that, as in the USA, the UK now seems unable to institute useful reforms in any sector, whether tax collection, prisons, courts, Parliament itself —and the electoral system— or anywhere else.
Think back to previous across-the-board-reforming times— the 1840s, the Victorian age, the Lloyd George era before the First World War, the 1930s (despite economic problems in the first half of the decade), the post-1945 social-democratic reforms, and the interesting experiments of various kinds in the 1960s and 1970s. Even the often not-very-satisfactory reforms undertaken by the Thatcher governments. Now? Nothing.
As blogged previously, including yesterday, Russia may have lost much of the propaganda war against the regime of the NWO/ZOG Jew, Zelensky, but it is winning the war on the ground. Slowly. Surely.
However much money Biden throws at Kiev, the Russian forces will gradually take over Ukraine east of the Dnieper, after which anything is possible, including the capture or destruction of Kiev.
This is not our fight. Ukraine, which as a state (of sorts) has only existed for 30 years, has and has had no historical or other connection with the UK (unless you count the Crimean War of the 1850s, but Crimea has always been Russian or Tatar).
“Ukrainian shelling on Saturday forced Russian troops to suspend the evacuation of people from a chemical plant in Sievierodonetsk, just hours after Moscow’s forces took the city, Reuters reported the Tass news agency as saying. Separately, a senior adviser to the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said special forces were still in Sievierodonetsk, directing artillery fire against the Russians.”
So the Russians were trying to evacuate Ukrainian civilians, but the Kiev-regime forces shelled the plant where the civilians were hiding. Will that be reported on UK TV stations? Doubt it…
Even I, arguably for years one of the most trenchant critics of the Jew/Levantine poseur Johnson, have been stunned to see that even his jogging persona is (yet another) fraud by him.
The whole of the present Cabinet and most of the rest of this Government are useless and/or corrupt and/or not really British (they being mostly Jews, part-Jews, Indians, Pakistanis, a Kurd, blacks etc).
What is the meaning of the circle device? Is it Nietzsche’s “Eternal Recurrence”? Should it be a six-pointed star?
That is an Australian (Victoria state-government) MP.
I suppose that the homeless Aussies are there, somewhere, maybe on the other side of the building, in sleeping bags, while the housing that they should occupy goes to alien and enemy untermenschen.
Incidentally, that Sheena Watt claims to be Aboriginal. I suppose that she must be some kind of half-caste; plainly not full Aboriginal. I was at school in Sydney in the years 1967 through 1969, and while there were few Aboriginals seen in Sydney then (I only saw a handful in nearly three years, even in the city centre), the ones I did see were all very black.
Unusual building for Australia. Like UK high-rise council flats.
“Loans” to a shambolic, corrupt, “Ukrainian” (largely Jewish) regime which has arrested almost all opposition political activists?
A regime which is going to lose nearly half of its territory soon.
I suppose that, apart from “Boris”-idiot being a puppet of NWO/ZOG, he imagines that grandstanding for the Zelensky regime will be popular in the UK. I doubt it. Not when the brainwashed sheep start to wake up, which I think is already happening.
I hate what is happening to the civilians who have lost homes, families, companion animals etc, but the more arms that are sent to the Zelensky regime, the longer and more bitter will the war become.
These savages are coming to Europe, unless stopped, coming through Melilla and then Spain to France, and thence to the UK, Germany and Scandinavia. They bring nothing but a propensity to rob, and to rape (especially very young girls). They have nothing of value to add to any European society.
This week, another victory over political journalist John Rentoul. He scored 4/10, which I trumped by scoring 7/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 5, and 9. Question 4 was particularly easy for me, I having shot there myself, though many many years ago.
On this day a year ago
The Western msm now awakening to reality. Kiev-regime forces east of the Dnieper are, as predicted on the blog, running out of fuel, ammunition, heavy armament, perhaps food as well. Russian forces have taken Severodonetsk and are closing in on Ukrainian forces in several places, though the Ukrainians seem well-embedded defensively in some areas of the Donetsk region.
The above map shows the state of play as of yesterday (24 June 2022).
I have predicted previously that Russian forces would move up from the Sea of Azov coastal zone to Zaporozhye, Dnipro, and then northward, following the river to somewhere southeast of Kiev itself. Meanwhile, once the Donetsk and Lukhansk areas are secured, Russian forces will move west and northwest from there, as well as west/southwest from Kharkov, once, or if, Kharkov is in Russian hands.
If that is done, the bulk of Eastern Ukraine will be in Russian hands. Kiev will then be threatened again.
The pockets of Kiev-regime resistance here and there have not, so far, amounted to a counter-offensive. Even in the Kiev area, Ukrainian forces moved back into previously-occupied areas only because Russian forces left. The prisoners exchanged on both sides so far amount to several thousands, however.
It is for the Russian General Staff (the “Stavka“, in traditional terminology) to decide, if the above turns out that way, whether Kiev or Odessa is the greater prize. Psychologically, and in terms of propaganda or public relations, Kiev; however, Russian capture of Odessa and the remaining Black Sea coast would choke off any possibility of large-scale Ukrainian grain exports, or any relief by sea.
At any rate, it seems clear that the tide of war has changed in favour of the Russian forces.
“A woman has been jailed for one month after stealing medicine from an elderly woman at a busy London tube station.
Vasilka Stancheva, 22, was caught by British Transport Police officers in plain clothing rummaging through the pensioner’s handbag outside Oxford Circus station.
The crime occurred on Wednesday, June 15, at roughly 5.20pm.
At the time, the 22-year-old was wearing a leather jacket and blue hat. She used the accessory to block the view of her right hand as she rooted around in the woman’s rucksack.
Ms Stancheva then proceeded to steal the elderly woman’s medicine, as well as her gold purse.
Within 24 hours she was charged with attempted theft, and put in front of Westminster Magistrates Court.
There, she was sentenced to 28 days in jail.
A month earlier she was caught using the exact same tactic on another person, where she again targeted and lurked behind an elderly woman on Tottenham Court Road in the West End.
For her first offence, she was charged £369 – and spared time jail.”
Now look look again, with more scrutiny.
Firstly, the Daily Mirror has seen fit to omit the very obvious fact, looking at the criminal’s features, skin colour etc, that said criminal is a Gypsy from Central or Eastern Europe.
Secondly, look at her practised technique, as reported. This is a professional pickpocket, but the Westminster Magistrates’ Court has seen fit to sentence her to only (in reality) a couple of weeks in prison.
Westminster Mags was the same court in which persecuted singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz was sentenced to a far longer term simply for lampooning Jewish behaviour in cartoons, sketches, and song.
The court seems to have twice treated “Ms. Stancheva” as if she were some misguided young person who had made an uncharacteristic mistake of some kind. In reality many of the Roma and other similar Gypsies of Eastern Europe intensively train their children from an early age to commit certain types of crime. A predatory tribe, known throughout Europe for centuries.
I have seen examples myself, and seen Home Office reports about it (when I was a practising barrister in the early/mid 1990s).
Why did the court not properly take into account the previous conviction, only weeks before the latest one?
Incidentally, it is clear to me, reading between the lines, that “Ms. Stancheva” was captured not by chance but because police surveillance on the Underground noted her Gypsy appearance; she was obviously tailed and observed closely, and finally arrested.
What kind of deterrent to her and other Gypsies (and other non-Gypsy malefactors) is what amounts to a two-week sentence? Odds-on, the creature will be back “at it” within weeks.
Incidentally, also, I would bet my shirt on her living in London social housing paid for, ultimately, by the British people; I bet she also gets various State benefit monies that should be reserved for (real) British people.
You ask “why did people vote Leave, years ago“? In reality, to get rid of evil trash of this sort. It has never happened.
Were I in a position of power, I would look at covertly or otherwise eliminating social cancers from our national life.
Starmer is, in a sense at least, an even worse political joke than Boris-idiot.
A good example of the kind of box-ticking socio-political madness around: “pardon” people dead for hundreds of years, convicted under the laws of a very, almost completely, different society to Britain in 2022. Nothing concrete accomplished, just pointless virtue-signalling on social media.
Exactly. Take the UK, which is already short of electrical-generation capacity. If every car were electric, from where does all the electricity come from?
Exactly. Labour, the only (supposed) “alternative” to the equally-misnamed “Conservative” Party, is not seen as something positive or very good by most voters.
Ha. Wouldn’t you know it? The smug hypocrisy of Trudeau and his kind. Why can the Canadians not get rid of him?
That star medal round his neck should have 6 points, not 5 (arguably).
Unpacking the result, this was always, and obviously, going to be between the Conservatives, who had held the seat since it was created in 1997, and the LibDems, with most msm “experts” forecasting, until Election Day itself, a modest Conservative Party win. Even prior to 1997, the area broadly covered by the constituency had been Con since 1923.
The LibDems put out a huge effort on the ground, I have read.
The Conservative vote-share almost halved, from 60.2% in 2019 to 38.6% at the by-election. Still it shows what a deeply pro-Con constituency Tiverton and Honiton still is, that nearly 40% of those who voted were still willing to vote Con despite Boris-idiot and his Cabinet of Clowns, and despite the former MP having stepped down after having been caught viewing porn in the Chamber of the House of Commons during a Commons debate.
“Those who voted“…ay, there’s the rub. Little more than half of eligible voters turned out to vote (or sent in postal votes). The turnout in 2019 was about 80%. Conclusion: a very large number of former Conservative voters abstained, unwilling to vote LibDem but also unwilling to vote Con. 2019— nearly 36,000 Con votes; 2022— approx. 16,000 Con votes. Boris-idiot must be the main reason for the turning-away by former Con voters, though the peccadillo of the smug farmer who was until recently the MP was another factor, almost certainly.
The Conservative candidate (a woman, after the former male MP’s peccadillo; the thinking is so obvious, you can almost see the Con wheels turning) was a poor candidate; indeed, “thick as two short planks”, like so many State schoolteachers today, but that had little to do with the result.
The previous LibDem high point was in 2001 (35.8%).
What we have here is widespread dissatisfaction and indeed disgust at the present Boris-idiot misgovernment, which resulted at the by-election in much voter-abstention, probably much switching from Con to LibDem, and some tactical voting by those who might formerly have voted Labour.
For me, the most interesting aspect has been the collapse of the Labour vote.
The aforementioned tactical voting no doubt had much to do with the fall in Labour support from 19.5% to 3.7%.
The fall in numerical terms was even more stark— 11,654 Labour votes in 2019 compared to a mere 1,562 at the by-election, out of a total eligible electorate of about 76,000. The same candidate, too.
Interestingly, Labour’s highest vote-share in the constituency was not in the peak Blair years of 1997 or 2001 but in 2017, when Corbyn was Labour Party leader. 27.1%.
The lowest Labour share before this by-election came in 2010 (8.9%).
This is not, by any stretch, a good result for Jew-lobby or Israel-lobby puppet Keir Starmer. Even in 2019, the same Labour candidate managed 19.5%, over five times better than at this by-election. Some of the fall was no doubt by reason of (arguably) intelligent tactical voting; not all, though.
The four pseudo-national parties standing only managed 2.3%, taking all four together (Reform UK being top, at 1.1%).
Conclusion? “Conservatives” despised, and fake “Labour” also despised. As to the LibDem victors, as on previous occasions they have managed to present themselves as some kind of alternative, in the absence of a real one.
The Wakefield by-election requires less analysis. The Labour candidate won easily. Factors were the imprisonment of the former (Con) MP for sexual assault on boys, and the general disenchantment with the Boris-idiot government, in a constituency which has returned Labour MPs since 1932, with the exception of 2019.
The high point for Labour was 1966 (65.39%). Sometimes, however, the margin of victory has been narrow. In recent decades, the Labour vote has been in general but slow decline. Even this by-election resulted in only 47.9%, about the same level as in most recent general elections.
It seems clear that, while the Labour vote-share did increase from 2019 (47.9% from 39.8%), that increase is quite modest. The Conservative decrease was rather greater. Seems that abstentions of former Con voters, rather than switches to Lab, were the drivers here.
As for the plethora of other candidates, only a local Pakistani independent saved his deposit (7.6%). The Yorkshire Party managed 4.3%.
The five broadly “nationalist” or pseudo-nationalist candidates got about 5% as a bloc, the top was Reform UK, on 1.9%, the lowest being Jayda Fransen, standing as Independent, with 0.1% (23 actual votes, out of a turnout of 27,466).
Labour will no doubt hail the Wakefield by-election result as “the Red Wall coming home” or some such. I think not. The Labour result was unspectacular in all the circumstances. I note that the Labour candidate was white English (albeit gay, so ticking at least one “woke” box). It may be that many English voters voted for him partly on the basis that he is white (Wakefield is about 90% white).
The two by-election results will be an unwelcome if not unexpected blow to Boris-idiot, who is hiding in Rwanda (presumably unable to find a fridge this time).
All the same, Labour’s performance has been pretty underwhelming; dull in Wakefield, and (despite the tactical voting aspect) disastrous in Tiverton/Honiton.
I should say that, if the Conservative Party can ditch Boris-idiot, and then somehow manage to find a leader at least not completely hopeless, they might well be able to fend off a Labour victory in 2023 or 2024.
Some good news for once
“The world is not without kind people” [Russian proverb].
What a bad joke news such as that displayed above makes of a century of “Irish nationalism”. Sinn Fein members on their knees for “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, masked, muzzled, and pathetic; and Ireland ruled by a gay half-Indian. De Valera must be spinning in his boggy grave.
As already said herein, the idiot posing as Prime Minister was unable to find a fridge in which to hide, so went to Rwanda.
Jesus H. Christ! Are they day-trippers, or did they just land in rubber boats?
…and that includes serving the Jew-Zionist lobby, eg in the UK.
…and all that can be done is to talk about it online…
Russian has taken Severodonetsk. Ukrainian troops still alive and not captured have withdrawn.
We hear less now from msm (and UK military) mediocrities about how Ukraine is winning the war etc. Reality is breaking through, gradually.
Hard to believe the number of “bring it on” idiots in the UK, whose “analysis” seems to consist of “if we get hit, so does Russia“, as if that makes the incineration of their own homes, families and way of life (and themselves) somehow OK, because people in Russia will die too. Of course, they are brainwashed by warmongering propaganda, as were their ancestors in 1939 and 1914 (etc). That, however, was before the nuclear missile had been invented.
Ukraine is not our fight. Ukraine has only been a “state”, a more or less “failed state”, for 30 years. It is shambolic, corrupt, Jew-ridden to the core, and is no “free” “democracy”. The existing “government” of the Jew Zelensky has no legitimacy, and has arrested, and even shot, its most significant opponents. Eleven or more political opposition parties have been closed down by force. Its citizens are among the poorest in Europe, too.
Britain has no historical or other ties to Ukraine, either.
This is a full-on NWO/ZOG strategic and propaganda operation.
When I was in the USA in the early 1990s, I was struck by the fanatical feminism that pervaded the society, and which fanatically supported abortion. Both connected trends were largely if not entirely triggered, from the late 1950s, by Jewish women writers and “activists”. “They” always seem to be at the forefront of the collapse of white Western societies. They try to do the same in Russia but have encountered pushback.
Again, “they” are at the forefront of support for and organization of the migration invasion.
Ha ha! Send those idiots at Glastonbury to the Eastern Front! “Diesen Befehl kommt direkt vom Fuhrer!“…
The clown presently posing as Prime Minister of the UK
Pretty damning, though nothing I have not seen previously. In fact there exists far more information, and greatly more detail.
As I have blogged repeatedly since 2019 or 2018, Johnson has weaponized his own lack of integrity, decency and —yes— ability. People do not actually expect Boris-idiot to behave honestly, or even with basic decency, let alone to know how to be a real Prime Minister of this country.
That lack of expectation in respect of the clown “Boris”, on the part of the voters (and the very aged and blinkered Conservative Party “grass roots”), is like a suit of armour for Johnson; they actually do not expect the clown to fulfil his office and role properly.
Any further or worse scandal which may turn up will have little impact, for the reasons stated above.
There is another aspect: the sheer dullness and lack of edge to the Labour Party now, the supposed Opposition.
Under Corbyn, whatever his lack of education and/or ability, Labour offered an alternative in many respects. Not everyone wanted or liked the alternative offered, but it was offered. Now? No alternative.
Starmer is, as I said from the beginning of his tenure, as dull as ditchwater, but the Jewish lobby wanted to get rid of supposedly “anti-Semitic” Corbyn (who is certainly not anti-Semitic by my standards anyway), and have Corbyn replaced by “Labour Friends of Israel” member Starmer, with his Jewish wife and half-Jewish children.
Starmer is not, in my opinion, particularly “electable” anyway, but what (again, in my opinion) scuppers him, and Labour, is the same factor that weakened Corbyn, the fact that so many Labour MPs now are black, and often black women with little education, culture, or even sense. Not the only factor, but it is a big one.
Now we hear that Starmer may be replaced by another “Labour Friends of Israel” member, the expenses cheat, moneygrubber, “refugees welcome” hypocrite and would-be dictator, Yvette Cooper. Good grief…
Labour has been on a downward trajectory for a long time, well over a decade. The result can be seen in both General Election and by-election results over the past 5+ years. It will be interesting to see what happens in the two (or is it three?) upcoming by-elections.
The System political landscape now seems to be resolving into a contest between unpopular and not-respected Labour, and not-popular and not-respected Conservative, with a side issue of former Conservative voters either (brainlessly) voting LibDem or abstaining; also, former Labour voters abstaining but not going elsewhere .
The British people, most of them, need and unconsciously want a form of social nationalism, but no organization exists to collect and channel that.
Someone whose name was unknown to me until today. Almost along the lines of Where Eagles Dare.
” In 1944 he was appointed to the OSS and was an espionage agent in Austria in support of the Austrian Resistance against the Nazis, working with the Tyrolean group under the leadership of Dr. Karl Gruber. He infiltrated the country in the uniform of a German Wehrmacht sergeant of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt. In late April 1945, after being arrested by the Gestapo, imprisoned at Reichenau, tortured and sentenced to death, he was able to escape and assist in the liberation of Innsbruck by the Americans in May 1945.“
USA— which way?
It has seemed to me for some time that the USA cannot indefinitely continue on its present path without some form of muted civil war occurring. Not an American Civil War mark 2, with states opposed to each other, but a gradual and decentralized collapse of unity, and opposed groups and individuals fighting, including literally fighting, within states, within cities.
The outcome may eventually be victory for one or another side, leading to a form of dictatorship; at least equally likely, a gradual withdrawal of communities, cities, maybe whole states or regions, from common goals, institutions, political organizations etc.
The racial aspects, though not the only factors of importance, are key: at the end of the First World War, America was composed of 90% white Europeans (by origin); now about 45%.
I have little interest in football, and so rarely comment about it, but the “legalized fraud” at Manchester United has been incredible. An American Jew family took over the club years ago (as a purely moneymaking enterprise— they knew even less than me about the game) and have bled it dry, just as “Robert Maxwell” did at the Daily Mirror etc. Do I detect a pattern here?
Even leaving the Jew and legal quasi-fraud aspects aside, there is a systemic problem here.
In the Threefold Social Order concept, developed originally by Rudolf Steiner, something such as sport or games would come under the “spiritual/cultural/educational” sphere, not the sphere of “economy/business” etc, or that of “politics/rights/government” etc.
Taking football as an example of a rule applicable across the field of sports, football clubs should be (as they once were to a large extent) social-cultural associations run for the benefit of the supporters and, after that or consequent upon that, the players, not business enterprises; nor (as in pre-1989 socialist Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, and elsewhere) flag-bearers run by local or central government.
The Manchester United situation is not a consequence purely of Jewish economic exploitation but also, and arguably primarily, a symptom of a malaise and mis-organization in the way society as a whole operates.
Eventually, Russian forces will prevail in southeast Ukraine, and perhaps all of Eastern Ukraine (Ukraine east of the Dnieper).
Absolutely disgusting. Housing for “Ukrainian” “refugees” (often not Ukrainian, indeed often just disguised economic migrants using the situation as cover), housing for cross-Channel migrant-invaders, while British people without money are treated worse than dogs.
Well, this week I again beat political journalist John Rentoul: 7/10 as against his 5/10. I did not know the answers to questions 4, 9, and 10, and my correct answers to questions 3 and 5 were more or less educated guesses.
“Over nearly 50 years, Leslie Sinclair has given a formidable 125 pints of blood.
But on his last trip he was turned away after refusing to answer a question on whether or not he was pregnant.
Mr Sinclair, 66, was told to fill in a form which asked whether he was expecting a child or had been pregnant in the past six months.
When he complained that as a man in his 60s this question did not apply and he should not have to answer it, Mr Sinclair said staff at the clinic told him they could not accept his blood.“
Socio-political madness is now embedded in our sick society, from incidents like the above, through all the other LGBTQXYZ and “trans” nonsense, the “Black Lives Matter”, “Extinction Rebellion” and “Insulate Britain” craziness, to the 2020-2022 “panicdemic”/”scamdemic” of “Covid”, and everything associated with the conspiracy around that.
The latest, and potentially most dangerous madness is, of course, the pro-“Ukraine” (really, pro- the Jew-Zionist regime in Kiev) propaganda. Anti-Russia propaganda (and UK government actions).
“Most dangerous” because the end of it all might actually be a nuclear exchange between Russia and NATO, including (inevitably) a massive attack on the UK, which would destroy almost everything, irradiate almost everything, and quite possibly wipe the UK and its people off the map forever.
Just looked up the “Conservative” Party candidate for the Tiverton and Honiton by-election: one Helen Hurford. Sounds as thick as two short planks.
I remember that black-and-white Robinson Crusoe from about 1965, when I was 8 years old. A different world.
On this day a year ago
Ukraine and EU
One of the more ludicrous items of news yesterday was to the effect that Ukraine would probably be fast-tracked for EU membership and in the interim, be given some kind of candidate-member status.
Jesus H. Christ! It was not very long ago that people were lamenting the fact that Greece had been allowed to join the EC, forerunner of the EU, in 1981. Many had said at the time that Greece was too backward, and insufficiently stable economically. Those doubts resurfaced in 2001 when Greece joined the Eurozone.
Similar doubts were raised when most of the Eastern European states joined the EU less than twenty years ago.
Indeed, those of my sort of age (65) can recall the wranglings over whether the UK itself could or should join the EEC, as it then was, in 1973.
Now we see that Ukraine, a “failed state” (and failed economy) by most if not all standards, is going to be fast-tracked into the EU despite the fact that
Ukraine is actually, if not “legally”, at war with a neighbouring state, Russia, and may soon be in conflict also with Belarus;
Ukraine has lost about a fifth of its territory to that neighbouring state and/or separatist rebels;
Ukraine is almost a dictatorship, with most opposition parties banned, and leaders of some parties under arrest;
Ukraine has just lost the bulk of its heavy industry (which is or was located in the Donbass region or the Sea of Azov littoral);
Ukraine cannot export 90% of its agricultural produce;
Ukraine is only kept in the “war” because NATO states, and other states, are supplying it with arms, ammunition etc for free;
A substantial part of the population has fled beyond Ukrainian borders.
I suppose that what this once again proves is that the EU is primarily not an economic organization but a political project, part of the NWO/ZOG matrix.
I am very glad that I resisted “invitations” from NHS drones and the State to get the “vaccine(s)”.
…and a small group of “entrepreneur” con-men (and women), connected to the Conservative Party, have made hundreds of millions each out of it (out of the British people).
Julian Assange, a prisoner of conscience, sacrificed on the altar of the non-existent “Special Relationship” (a one-way control mechanism), and at the urging of the USA (NWO/ZOG) and the Israel lobby in the UK (Jews, mainly).
The migration-invasion continues. Hundreds of the bastards daily.
I wonder how many “hosts” (the men, that is) had it in mind to “host” the kind of glamorous blonde Ukrainian women that I knew in the past (one of whom I hit with a tennis ball on the bottom when she was bending over to retrieve another ball); [see earlier blog posts].
Late tweets seen
“Jailed for 20 years” meaning 5 years apiece on average, so out in about 2 years. They should have been shot while trying to escape.
“… and at that moment, 20 heavily-armed Spetsnaz commandos burst in and shot them.” [in a better world].
…but the cost of the “scamdemic” (measures taken) is certainly real!
Corrupt Jew tyrant meets part-Jew would-be tyrant.
You have to give the transnational conspiracy this— they are persistent.
Uncle Tom in modern dress?
I cannot think of many other countries that have even one Cabinet minister (or even lower-grade minister) who is ethnically and racially not part of the majority in that country. In the UK, about half the Cabinet (including the person posing as Prime Minister) are partly —or wholly— not English, or even British except on paper: Jews, part-Jews, Indians, Pakistanis, a Kurd (Zahawi) etc.
I actually do not know who that lady is, or what her party is called, but the words are true enough.
The illusory “democratic election” possibility, or “Parliamentary road”, is probably/mainly a waste of time and effort. Read between the lines…
Is it true? I did suspect as much at the time. The “panicdemic” was, to a large extent, a “scamdemic”.
More on the pathology of the facemask nonsense
I have blogged a few times recently of the survival of the facemask nonsense among the more feeble-minded of our citizens.
Today, I went early to a routine appointment at the local hospital, a small, architecturally-pleasing place, with a very green and treed car park, and a building designed to allow hundreds of birds to live among specially-designed rocks, covering the exterior (and held in by a kind of metal mesh). The birdsong was very loud, almost overwhelming, but beautiful.
I marched in unmasked, and to my surprise was not greeted (as on a previous and recent visit) by a proffered facemask and a prim, “this is a hospital” (Oh, really? I thought that it was a Cuban piano bar…).
At the appointed department, a nervous-looking lady waited, unmasked, and reading a magazine. As I sat down at the other side of the waiting area, she picked up and donned her thick cloth facemask! At that point, the nurse or technician came to the waiting area and called that lady’s name.
As they exited, the patient said (for my ears?) “are masks still compulsory in the hospital?“, to which the nurse said “no, not any more. The policy has been changed.” Shocked silence. The nurse then continued, “but you can wear a mask if you want“, to which the lady quickly replied “ooh, well, I would be glad to wear it if you like“, obviously gagging to be effectively told to continue to wear the mask.
In one small incident there, you see the pathology of the facemask nonsense: the wish to be regulated and controlled, the virtue-signalling, the censorious attitude to facemask non-wearers, and the wish to have them controlled. The pathetic grovelling to authority was patent.
There is a small minority of nutty people to whom the facemask nonsense has given a kind of spurious self-identity. I saw another one a couple of days ago; a cyclist, in the open air, riding along an empty road, while wearing one of those thick black wraparound cloth facemasks seen on Boris-idiot and Starmer.
“Against stupidity, the Gods themselves struggle in vain” [Schiller, Die Jungfrau von Orleans].
Carry on up the Nile
Just saw today photos of the Luxor Hilton, several miles from Luxor itself. When I first visited Egypt, I think in 1994, I stayed there. Unlike most Hilton hotels, quite low-level (4-storey).
The real core vote for both of the main System parties is around 25% of that part of the eligible electorate that actually bothers to vote. The aim, for both parties, is to get another bloc of voters, between 10%-20% of that whole, to bring their actual vote to between 35% and 45%, and so probably achieve a Commons majority via FPTP.
Both main System parties now have a further aim— to prevent their core vote from dwindling at a time when the voters either hate them or despise them, as well as seeing them as useless.
Anyone who thinks that “Boris”-idiot gives a monkey’s flying **** for Ukraine or its people is sadly mistaken. This is all about “Boris” once more trying to play the poundland Churchill (“...second time as farce“) in response to his sharply-waning popularity in the UK.
Of course, it all meshes with the NWO strategy of weakening and eventually capturing Russia. The NWO nearly succeeded in doing that in the 1990s, when Russia was all but taken over by a pack of “oligarch” Jews, with drunken idiot Yeltsin as figurehead. Putin was the imperfect but necessary antidote to that slide into the gutter.
If a general NATO-Russia war happens, sooner or later Britain will be the first to be hit by nuclear missiles. Forget about whether Russia will also be hit, or the USA.
The fact is that a geographically small space like the UK has no chance in such a scenario. Pretty much the whole country will be either destroyed or badly damaged, and mostly irradiated.
What will all the pseudo-macho posturers on Twitter, and the thick-as-two-short planks MPs (such as Johnny Mercer) do then? Cry into their beer (if any beer still exists) as their homes, families, and cities are wiped out? As their whole way of life disappears in minutes…
This is at least as mad as the rush to war in 1914 or 1939.
“They” (((they))) (you-know-who’s) are among the most fervent of the warmongers. Again.
“Economic growth” will come to a dead stop once Russian missiles hit this country… Almost everything else will do the same.
Since when did “defending Ukraine“, a state which has only existed as such for 30 years, a state with which Britain has no treaties of importance, a country with which Britain has had almost no connection historically, count as a core British interest?
Gove, that snivelling little cocaine-sniffer, drunk, fraudster, and expenses freeloader, is just another Westminster puppet of the NWO and ZOG.
When I returned to the UK after a youthful extended visit to Rhodesia in 1977, I found myself at a loose end. I did odd bits and pieces of work here and there. One such, I think in 1978, involved working (usually humping around heavy equipment) for a few days here, a few days there, arranged by a casual-labour company. A few days were spent carrying around recording equipment in metal cases for the EMI record company, based in Abbey Road Studios, St. John’s Wood, only about 15 mins walk from my then home. I too have often crossed that zebra crossing made famous by the Beatles…
Kingsway Hall was prized for its superb acoustics. EMI often used it. In fact, I myself owned at least one record (vinyl) recorded there (in 1975), arguably the best interpretation of Prokofiev’s 7th Symphony (London Symphony Orchestra, cond. Walter Weller).
Many famous people had been at Kingsway Hall since its construction in the late 19thC: world-famous composers, conductors, and soloists, even Winston Churchill.
In 1978, the building must have been already in a very poor state of repair: various parts of the auditorium (and all of the upper seating areas) had notices warning people not to step there. It was not open to the public, for health and safety reasons.
The building was demolished in 1998; an expensive hotel now stands on the site.
More tweets seen
I have not commented on the recent public celebrations, which after all were both a show for the masses and an example of “Hamlet without the Prince of Denmark”, the Monarch herself having been largely absent.
You still have people, including scribblers for major newspapers, talking as if we are still in the age of Palmerston, or even Walpole. In strict constitutional theory, true— Britain is not “presidential” in its constitutional structure but, in reality, “the medium is the message” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_medium_is_the_message] because the TV is really all that matters politically to 90% of the voting public.
“Boris” is, of course, idiotic, but there he is, bobbing around, a massive inflated dummy, like those huge caricature balloon heads or effigies you see in foreign religious or other parades.
The system Britain now is is at least quasi-presidential, in effect.
11 possibilities mentioned by name; over half are part-Jewish, or Indian, or Pakistani, by origin.
All, I think, are members of Conservative Friends of Israel.
Seems that even members of the Conservative Party are rather underwhelmed by the “choice”, looking at those figures. Even the most popular is only endorsed by 12% of those asked.
..and, absurdly, NHS hospitals are still enforcing the facemask nonsense.
From what I saw in a few big UK and US law firms ~25 years ago, HR is full of crazed women (in the UK as well as US). Whether that is the norm, I cannot say. Not unlikely, though.
I was listening on BBC Radio 4 News earlier to a vox pop tour of Harrogate, Yorkshire. Some of those who backed “Boris”-idiot must share a single brain cell with several others. Ordinary voters. Frighteningly thick.
As for those hostile to Boris-idiot, it was all about Partygate, not about the mass immigration that this government has in reality encouraged, not about the Poundland Churchill, “Boris”, provoking Russia more every week that passes, not even about the cost of living situation. “And they call it democracy”…