On this day a year ago
Thought for the day
Brexit was, in itself, not wrong, not a mistake, but it has been badly-handled from the start, in many cases by ministers determined to mess it up.
Others, such as “Boris”-idiot and Liz Truss, were pro-EU “Remain” supporters until they realized that their political ambitions could be boosted by adherence to a pro-Brexit position.
What could have made Brexit a success? What was and still is the missing piece of the jigsaw? This: the UK gets closer to Russia, distances itself from NATO and US control (in the manner that France has done for the past half century and more), and forms a serious trading relationship with Russia and a cultural bond with the Russian people. Russia, in turn, supplies us with very cheap or even free gas from Siberia, delivered via a new pipeline direct to the UK, as well as a large market in Russia for British goods and services.
Corbyn could have done no less damage, true, but he was/is a pretty simple and uneducated person, whose political ideas are almost all simplistic or cartoon versions of, eg, 1930s Popular Front-ism. “Cable Street!“, “No Pasaran!” etc.
The one good thing about Corbyn was that he was or is (“was” is more accurate, speaking in terms of his non-existent actual present influence) somewhat anti the Jewish lobby, though not enough.
Corbyn had no real ideas to evolve the UK to a higher and better level.
I rarely agree with anything said by Cleverly, but here is one exception. All such vandals posing as protesters should get a good kicking on the spot before being arrested, charged, convicted and properly punished.
I do not usually watch stuff like this, but I have to admit that, overall, not bad.
Well, another first. I actually find myself in agreement with Israel-lobby MP, Robert Halfon.
Having said that, Halfon seems to think that only now are people coming up to him in the street saying that they are “frightened” by the Government. What about the last 12 years (in fact 15 years, under “Labour” too) of people, especially the unemployed, sick and disabled, being bullied and badly-treated by the Duncan Smith/Jew Freud/Esther McVey/Therese Coffey regime of callousness and cruelty?
The trouble is that, like the “eco-vandals” of Just Stop Oil and Extinction Rebellion, the MPs and ministers responsible think that they can get away with their crimes, and do so smirking openly. A few, over the last several years, have discovered that they cannot get away with their evil, but most —so far— have.
Interesting report from the seashore…
If that does not stimulate tourism, nothing will.
More tweets seen
Yes. Crush them.
It would be a good start if any members of the public who see those sub-terrorists doing anything such as vandalizing artworks or blocking ambulances etc, were to kick them silly.
They rely on people doing nothing, or at least treating them with kid gloves. That applies especially, in fact, to the older and greyer “protestors”. You can see it in their self-satisfied smirks. They travel to London from Gloucestershire, Dorset etc, where they live comfortably on private and State pensions, and invested funds, sitting in houses bought outright, or paid off, or inherited (admittedly, a generalization). Do them.
She is not wrong.
Look at that tweeter “@ThelifeofRon”: “Former senior police officer, now with@resilience247. Director Broad Reach Consulting (Devon) CBRN, resilience, safeguarding, security and Policing. And cats.“
Common Purpose? Quite possibly. The police are now riddled with officers holding such attitudes, as from time to time becomes apparent when some politically-contentious incident makes the news, eg the vandalizing of the Colston statue at Bristol.
Whatever the many defaults of the Conservative Party, if Labour take over what is left of the government of this country, you can see that money would be funnelled to the police to become even more of a poundland KGB. Starmer and that thick “ho” Angela Rayner both went down on one knee in sign of fealty to the “Black Lives Matter” nonsense; Starmer is also totally in the Jew-Zionist lobby pocket.
My own experience of the misuse of police powers in the past 12 months or so: 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/.
Manipulation of easily-bamboozled police by malicious Jew-Zionists.