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Diary Blog, 27 August 2021

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At what point does a rubbish bin become a powder keg?

“Feinberg”…

Jew, of course…

Every. Single Time.

As I have mentioned before in the blog, those whom I knew in the mid/late 1970s and afterwards, and who used cannabis, all more or less dropped out of society, though most were sufficiently insulated by money not to fall to the bottom of society. They were mostly able to find a niche here or there, or marry into —at least some— money…

I myself was never a smoker of any kind of cigarettes, though I did enjoy Havana cigars when I had a girlfriend who used to bring me some quite often from various places, via duty-free shops. 1980s.

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Thank God for that. Here’s hoping all will now go well.

Exactly.

Again, quite right.

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More accurately, with most of the disadvantages of a “Communist” (socialist) system, but few of the benefits.

A sharply cunning but basically simplistic woman. One thing she did have, though, which the present government of clowns entirely lacks— decisiveness (and executive ability).

“Miliband”. Once again…

Every. Single. Time.

As I echoed in the anecdote about Afghanistan in yesterday’s blog post.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9934313/Pen-Farthing-escapes-Kabul-200-cats-dogs-forced-leave-Afghan-staff-behind.html

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Diary Blog, 27 July 2021

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Stephen Fry, of course, ticks many of the System boxes: mixed English and foreign part-Jew origins, gay, pro-mass immigration (migration invasion), “antifascist” etc. Like “Boris”, perhaps not quite the amiable persona he projects. I knew someone who met Stephen Fry about 30 years ago at a wedding. My friend was amazed at how extreme (in his words “Left-wing”) Fry was.

Still, most people are (ethically, philosophically) “black and white mixed, like the magpie’s plumage” [Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzival], and Fry is no exception to that; he is not all bad (e.g. is a supporter of animal welfare).

Blacks are known to be more prone to schizophrenia than are white Northern Europeans, so naturally it follows that cannabis abuse by such people has an even more deleterious effect on them than on white people.

Macron, NWO/ZOG puppet: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/.

Macron needs to meet Madame Guillotine, while la belle France still exists at all…

We in England have never had “Madame Guillotine”, but “Boris” can still not sit easy upon his usurper’s throne.

The only thing that matters is that, when the Earth’s population is reduced to a tenth or twentieth of what it now is, that tenth or twentieth is truly European (post-Aryan). Thus the world can evolve higher, because it will then have a solid foundation on which to build.

According to Viktor Suvorov [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Suvorov], the Soviet Spetznaz used to joke “when the real revolution comes, we shall hang not the very rich, nor those who speak much about social justice, but only those very rich who also speak much about social justice“… Are you listening, Bill Gates, Bono, Bob Geldof [fill in extra names as necessary…]?

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The British zoo, 2021

I have just seen two news items, posted near each other but without being connected: in the first story, the output of the Beatles is to be stored in a special bombproof vault. Meanwhile, by reason of the “BLM” nonsense, the statue of Henry Morton Stanley [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Morton_Stanley] may be pulled down! https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/07/27/sir-henry-morton-stanley-statue-could-pulled-blm-protests/.

Two separate news items, that say a lot about Britain in 2021…

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That cretin is America’s “elected” leader…

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Diary Blog, 14 May 2021

The Israeli Jews attack Gaza

[Jews enjoy a party while they watch Gaza burn under Jewish/Israeli attack in 2014]

Meanwhile “our” MPs in the UK (almost all bought by the Jewish/Israel lobby) yap about “holocaust” “denial”, and hate the idea of any questioning of the largely-faked WW2 “holocaust” farrago…

Israel loves all that. It provides wonderful cover for the Israeli state.

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Though I tend instinctively to be against at least excessive regulation and prohibition, the fact is that marijuana has had very deleterious effects on a number of modern and earlier societies.

A Victor Meldrew moment

Every now and then, I experience what might be called a “Victor Meldrew” feeling, meaning a feeling (actually knowing) that, increasingly, nothing in the UK works as it should, or indeed at all. Meaning commercial companies, NHS, local and central government, police, the legal system…you name it…

I never saw the One Foot in the Grave TV series, and was only told of it long after it finished. Now I am wondering whether it might not have been prophetic as much as characteristic…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Foot_in_the_Grave].

Look at our politics. A part-Jew chancer and incompetent as (posing as) Prime Minister, and a colourless careerist nobody (and puppet of the Jewish/Israel lobby) posing as Leader of the Opposition, a Opposition that does not oppose. I saw this about Starmer:

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Meanwhile, BBC Radio 4 Today Programme allowed the Chief Pharisee to drone on this morning, on its Thought for the Day slot, about the latest upcoming Jewish supremacist religious festival. The Chief Pharisee talked about “our nation”, referring to the UK, when he was born in South Africa and spent most of his life in Israel! Talk about “cultural appropriation”! I call it theft. Simply that. Theft. Theft of a nation. Theft of a culture.

One of the most striking things about the above clip is the number of typical Jewish facial types that can be seen. Straight from the pages of Der Sturmer, circa 1935. “Gene types”, if you like.

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Austria, a craven little nation now entirely in the pocket of NWO, the Jews and Israel. “Echt-ZOG”. The Austrian Chancellor is now Sebastian Kurz, a university drop-out, finance-capitalist puppet and globalist.

He’s serious! Actually, it did occur to me some time ago that Blair might try to head Labour again, and it also occurred to me that that might be one reason why he did not enter the House of Lords (now a bad joke anyway, like the Commons).

I doubt that Blair would make the Labour Party more electable, but he could scarcely do worse than Starmer, I suppose. Both are puppets of NWO and Israel, so no difference there.

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If only the Arabs had not been not so disunited and corrupt after (and before) 1956. They might have eliminated Israel or subdued it before it became the evil monster that it now is— armed to the teeth, and possessing nuclear, biological and other weapons of mass destruction. Before, also, it had managed to corrupt the political leaders of so many nations.

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I like “star“. Ha ha!

A blow for her lawyers too: do I detect the sound of a mobility scooter being revved up for the trip back to Eilat?

I have blogged rather extensively in the past few years about “no win- no fee” solicitor, “Mark Lewis Lawyer” (mostly “no win”: when he fled to Israel in late 2018 after having been found guilty by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority of abusing people online, his sole assets were described as being some cheap clothes, a private pension worth £70 a week, and…a mobility scooter!).

Lewis has been plotting against me (with other Zionist Jews) for years; since at least 2012 (see my old blog posts below for details).

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Basic Income. An idea the time for which has come. I have favoured it for many years.

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Diary Blog, 13-14 April 2021, including a brief inspection of the 2021 London Mayoral election campaign

[Today’s blog will be short, and so will be conjoined with that of tomorrow, 14 April 2021]

13 April 2021

Press standards, and a few other thoughts

From a Daily Mirror report, penned by “journalists” Alec Whitaker and Lorraine King:

Bride-to-be Tiffany Anderson, 28, even done the books for Rhys Mason so he could a tab on his ill-gotten gains while he stored the drugs in the safe at her tanning studio.” https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/beauty-salon-boss-allowed-fiance-23881586

She “done the booksso he could a tab on his ill-gotten gains“?! Newspapers such as the Daily Mirror may not be great literature but they used to be at least halfway literate. Nowadays, supposed journalists are often seen writing such as “she was stood at the back“! Not only the Mirror, incidentally. The Daily Mail is also terrible. Others too.

Neither is the above sentence, about someone called Tiffany, an isolated mistake. Look at the sub-headline in the same report.

On the wider question, how is it that the defendants got off so lightly? The thug boyfriend got 27 months, so he will be out in a year. As for the “ho”…yes, that’s right...suspended sentence. Who needs a Get Out Of Jail Free Card when you have a couple of young children as an argument in mitigation to put before the sentencing judge?

Finally, the court was told that the amount made by the couple was uncertain. Maybe so, but they owned a Range-Rover (albeit a decade old).

If the State, if society, is unwilling to really repress drug dealers and users, it will never solve the problem…

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Nothing new about Alison Chabloz’s proposed appeal and/or bail application. I shall add detail as I have it.

In the meantime, at least Alison has now already served (as of tomorrow,14 April 2021) 2 full weeks of what is effectively, or in real terms, a 7-8 week sentence.

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Nick Griffin forgot to mention the £100,000 the Lawrence family was awarded by way of compensation.

Windsor Castle

The sheer scale of the royal palaces can be understood better from the air.

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Straw in the wind?

I was at, inter alia, a filling station today. As I went into the kiosk to pay, a lady was just coming out. I noticed that she was unmasked, though had pulled up her loose woollen jumper in a ludicrous gesture to the Covid toytown police state regime; yet the mere fact that she had no facemask muzzle on made my heart leap. Freedom!

More seriously, few really have much (if any) fear of “the virus” now (for good reason) but are complying with the facemask nonsense purely out of conformism and convenience. The whole nonsense of the “panicdemic” is ebbing away, not before time.

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14 April 2021

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Translation of tweeter “@HerbyMcfly”s tweet: “I only accept what the msm news outlets tell me. I have no idea about the “Great Reset” or other proven (and even admitted) matters that are often lazily called “conspiracy theories”. I cannot even understand why a serial and constant liar, chancer, and opportunist like Boris Johnson would lie again for political advantage...”

Truly, “democracy” (and education) is wasted on some people.

“Beginning to think”?! Good grief! Where has that tweeter been for the past 50 years?!

Tweeter “@BillDrysdale6” makes a good point. A similar example might be the fairly useless and certainly hypocritical utterances of Laurence Fox, the “Free Speech Union” etc. While they are (like Breitbart, Prison Planet Watson, UKIP, Brexit Party, Farage etc) “controlled opposition”, the utterances of those people and groups do start to awaken some people, if not “radicalize” them directly.

…and there is no semi-placebo vaccine available, ironically.

…”had enough”, perhaps, but “do anything much about it”, beyond posting on Twitter, I doubt it.

I have no quarrel with people trying to raise socio-political consciousness by tweeting, vlogging, blogging (as I myself do), but those activities alone will not trigger anything directly.

I, who once lived in London (mostly Little Venice, but also several other areas from time to time), now have not even visited the capital for over 4 years, and have not followed the contest for the position of Mayor in detail.

I imagine that Khan, though useless and unpleasant, will probably win; the “Conservative” candidate, Shaun Bailey, has never done anything but be a kind of “Uncle Tom” for various parts of the Conservative Party etc, except to run a “charity” which accomplished nothing, and which suffered from financial “irregularities” (though Bailey was never actually charged with anything). Let’s just say that the monies “disappeared” somewhere…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaun_Bailey_(AM)#Career_before_politics].

Bailey may or may not have been dishonest; he may have been simply incompetent and/or negligent. Just the person to run London! Oh, no…wait!

Since 2016, Bailey has been a “list” member of the London Assembly. Nearly £60,000 a year for doing not a lot…[https://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/governance-and-spending/spending-money-wisely/salaries-expenses-benefits-and-workforce-information].

Bailey recently held a press conference, but the only person he could get to be filmed with him was a woman who could best be described as a “Balkan fraud”, and who was actually convicted of fraud and forgery a number of years ago (in 2013). ‘Nuff said…(for now).

The bookmakers have Khan as 1/33 (thirty-three-to-one on) favourite at present. Bailey is at 45/1 (against), with the second favourite one Brian Rose, an American former banker and heroin addict [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Rose_(podcaster)], and who stands at present at 25/1 in the betting, thus far ahead of Bailey but far far behind Khan: https://www.oddschecker.com/politics/british-politics/london-mayoral-election/winner.

Laurence Fox, the actor and (supposed) “free speech” champion is a candidate (presently in the betting at 250/1).

There are 20 candidates altogether, and a more useless bunch it would be hard to find…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_London_mayoral_election#Candidates].

They call a circus like that “democracy” (“democrappy”?)…

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Hm…interesting filly…

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Diary Blog, 10 April 2021

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My own view of cannabis (and other illegal drugs) and the law is that, while the clarity of complete decriminalization appeals, I despise drug abusers, and would prefer either drug abuse to cease to exist, or drug abusers to cease to exist (or be eliminated).

On the other hand, the present system is not working.

I am also cognizant of the fact that societies where cannabis use is prevalent tend to fall to pieces, as Hafiz, the Persian poet, saw happening in his own country many centuries ago, and as one can see in the areas of the world where cannabis use is prevalent; Jamaica, for one.

All the —mainly British— people I knew when younger (1970s, 1980s), those who regularly smoked marijuana, dropped out of society to a greater or lesser extent.

The old Stasi, in the DDR, would have loved “Covid passports”, “track and trace” etc.

That anti-white narrative or stream of constant msm propaganda particularly affects the blacks, who as a group tend to lack logical-critical thinking skills.

Radio loudmouth Julia Hartley-Brewer (who blocked me years ago on Twitter when I exposed her ignorance on a point or two of law and procedure) seems to be turning a blind eye to the abuses carried out by the Jew-Zionist lobby. She has never said a word in support of the free speech of those attacked, and even prosecuted, at the instigation of packs of Zionist Jews such as the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”. I wonder why?

Yes, Laurence Fox and his “Reclaim Party” can be put in the same bin as all the rest of the controlled opposition: Reform UK, Brexit Party, UKIP, “anti-immigration” “Conservatives”, Katie Hopkins, “Tommy Robinson”, Breitbart, “Prison Planet” Watson, “Sargon of Akkad”, Delingpole, Toby Young and his fake “Free Speech Union” etc etc.

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…meanwhile, in England, the people amuse themselves with football, rugby, tennis or cricket matches on TV, the latest meaningless msm gossip, the latest “celebrities” one has never heard of, and they worry about their booking of controlled, mask-wearing, machine-holidays of the upcoming summer.

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[Bohemian Grove, Northern California: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohemian_Grove]

Is that so? If the new Alba Party challenges the SNP in most Scottish consituencies, and effectively enough so that other parties come through the middle (Conservative, LibDem, Labour), then yes. It may well be, though (and I never claim great knowledge of Scottish politics) that many voters “up there” will choose between Alba Party and SNP, and simply dump the others.

Voters who are pro-Independence but anti-SNP. I do not know whether that is so, and whether there are even any pro-Independence but anti-SNP voters.

At the moment, it seems doubtful that Alba Party will make a big impression: https://news.sky.com/story/scottish-elections-sturgeons-snp-set-for-majority-but-salmonds-alba-unlikely-to-get-single-seat-sky-news-poll-12268966.

I am guessing, but it may be that Salmond’s quite recent sex crime trial has mortally wounded him politically, even if he was formally acquitted.

Either way, it does seem that “Independence”, however nebulous a concept that is in the Scottish context where a new Scotland might still be tied into EU, IMF, World Bank, NATO etc, is gaining ground with Scottish voters. That might have big geopolitical implications.

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Well, I see that John Rentoul has again been defeated by me, this week scoring only 3/10. My own score was 6/10 (I did not know the answers to questions 4, 6, 9 and 10).

Of course, to say that “Scotland voted SNP” in 2015, 2017, and 2019 is true only in terms of First Past The Post voting: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_National_Party#House_of_Commons_2.

In 2015, the SNP captured 56 out of the 59 Scottish seats in the Commons; in 2017, 35 out of 59, and in 2019, 48 out of 59. “Scotland” therefored, supposedly “voted SNP”.

In reality though, meaning in terms of the popular vote, the SNP only scored 50%, 36.9% and 45% in those years.

Usually, when there is a successful popular movement for a country to leave a larger country or empire, there is a large popular majority for that: 90% in favour, perhaps; certainly 80%. In Scotland, any majority at all is likely to be small, maybe 55% for and 45% against.

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The UK Drug Problem: some thoughts

I happened to see this recent newspaper report: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/sobbing-mum-finds-daughter-having-18194587 , which appalled me. I occasionally watch those rather repetitive police-cam TV shows, in which police stop “motorists” or at least car-drivers, as well as some pedestrians. Most seem to be carrying drugs.

I recall hearing a radio report from, I think, 1969, about heroin addicts in London, in which it was stated that most UK heroin addicts were in London and that the number was at that time, in 1969 or 1970, about 500. This was seen as a crisis at the time, apparently. I imagine that, were the number of drug addicts or hard-core abusers now in the UK only a few thousand, not a mere 500, that that would be seen as some kind of huge social or policing success.

Though it has not impacted me directly (except when I appeared once in court in London as Counsel in a drug-smuggling case, circa 1993), the UK has a drug crisis which has been made worse by half-hearted chop-and-change efforts to deal with it.

Some people say that the way to deal with the drug problem in the UK is to legalize now-illegal drugs and then to regulate the manufacture, quality-control, distribution and sale, thus controlling the use of them and also making it possible to tax them, so providing funds which can then be used to treat drug-abusers and generally reduce drug abuse.

The above is a cogent argument which has its attractions, but is expensive, at least initially, and also does not seem to put an end to the problem. It might cut off funds to presently-criminal operations, true, but would that not mean that the criminal operations just continue as “legal” commercial operations?

In the 1920s and early 1930s, one of the biggest Prohibition-busting operations run into the USA (from Canada) was operated by a criminal Jew family called the Bronfman family. Their company, Seagram’s (now and for the past decade or two under largely other ownership and called simply “Seagram”), supplied illegal booze to several major US states.

It could, again, be argued that Prohibition is a case in point, in that there was an attempt to criminalize something many, perhaps most people wanted to do and that, in doing that, organized crime was accelerated in its growth without stopping the actual use of alcohol (possession of alcohol for personal use was never illegal under Prohibition; neither was the consumption of it).

The counter-argument would be that alcohol has been tolerated (except, mainly, in Islamic lands) for centuries, indeed for millennia. Wine in particular is intimately bound to Western civilization. Beer and mead are also ancient drinks: the Egyptians drank beer thousands of years ago, and the Slavs drank mead long before –in the 17th Century– they ever discovered vodka and the like.

Drugs in the sense in which we speak here (opiates, cocaine, cannabis etc) are not part of our culture, or have not been until the past century (leaving aside a few oddities such as de Quincey). Indeed, for most people, this is a situation which has developed since the 1960s.

People often say that cannabis or marijuana has been used for many centuries and so is somehow OK. However, I believe that the Persian poet Hafiz wrote against the use of marijuana in Persia, to the effect that it had contributed to the decadence of the culture and people (it was introduced in the 13th Century). Certainly, I cannot think of any country where its use (legal or illegal) has improved society: Egypt, Jamaica etc.

The once-strict British legal situation has been liberalized almost to tolerance. I recall attending, as 16 year old spectator, the magistrates’ court at Henley-on-Thames, in –I think– 1973, where a severe-looking Lady Somebody presided (with the usual two useless me-too bookends). An epicene young man, the very picture of post-aristocratic dissipation, was charged with possession of a small amount of cannabis. He had been in the old and squalid Oxford Prison for the week since first appearance (the prison is now a luxury hotel, with even the smallest rooms made out of 2 of the original prison cells; some made out of 6 or 8. The hotel featured in one episode of Lewis: see trailer in Notes, below).

The defendant applied for bail. A character witness (his girlfriend, I think), a young blonde woman wearing a traditional fox fur round her neck, complete with head (well, this was 1973…), said that the defendant had been and would be staying at her family’s home (read “small estate”) near Pangbourne. I recall this case well, partly because the young woman was asked by the Clerk of the Court “are you Miss or Mrs?”, to which she replied, stiffly, “the Honourable”!

Anyway, the upshot was that bail was refused! Despite the small amount of drugs, despite the character witness, despite the obvious no-flight-risk…This was prior to the passing of the current Bail Act. I remember that the defendant was quietly in tears at having to return to Oxford Prison (the Honourable Blonde was also wiping away a tear). Another reason I remember it all well is that I cannot imagine what use that slight, sloping-shouldered and dissipated creature could possibly be to the blonde! Ah well, ours not to reason why, I suppose…

Today, that defendant would quite likely either be given a verbal warning by the police, or a formal caution. He would probably not find himself in court at all, let alone be imprisoned either pending or after trial. Even if he did go to court, the likely outcome would be a small fine, probation or maybe a community order or the like.

I suppose that many, looking at that Henley case, would say that it is better that minor cases like that do not now involve such upset to individuals and expense to the State. On the other hand, it seems to me that the drug “epidemic” has got out of hand. That applies even more so to the “hard” drugs, to cocaine, heroin etc.

We have recently seen that a Cabinet minister, Michael Gove, has admitted to regular use of cocaine when a journalist. It has certainly been tacitly admitted that the likely soon (hopefully brief) “Prime Minister”, Boris Johnson, has even more frequently abused the drug. Its use is ubiquitous in Britain’s corrupt and decadent mass media, artistic and political circles. An early exposure was that of Louise Mensch, briefly an MP and often talking about the faults of others less affluent than herself.

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These facts are important. They have social and political, as well as personal, consequences.

America declared a “war on drugs”. It failed to work (as I knew it would) because it involved bombing South American peasants and their crops rather than shooting defaulters in Washington D.C. and across the USA.

Likewise in the UK, the State uses the Navy, SBS etc to catch large-scale drug imports at sea. The importers caught there or by highly-trained police detectives and Customs operatives in the UK are very heavily punished, distributors less so, sellers less so, and the actual consumers, who drive the whole process, scarcely at all!

I wonder (I say no more) whether we should start seriously purging the country of recreational drugs, drug abusers, drug suppliers and importers, starting with the corrupt wealthy metro-liberal pseudo-“elite” at Westminster and in the msm etc. Perhaps we as a society should start shooting people. Action not words. Action, not hand-wringing. Discuss.

Notes

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

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

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannabis#History

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

https://www.videodetective.com/tv/inspector-lewis-old-school-ties/677848

https://www.malmaison.com/locations/oxford/rooms-suites/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henley-on-Thames

(note: the Henley-on-Thames Magistrates’ Court is now no longer in existence, having fallen, like many hundreds of other magistrates’ and county courts —not to mention railway branch lines— to cost-cutting and “reorganization”. The branch line to Henley is still operational, but the court was closed in 1999: https://www.theyworkforyou.com/wrans/?id=2009-11-05c.295992.h

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