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Diary Blog, 5 October 2022

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On this day a year ago

Tweets seen

A side-effect of workers moving out of care work to other work would be that care work would then only attract people with no other choices, forced to do care work by being, for example, pressured by the DWP.

Interesting video, rather idealistic. If the British Empire still existed and still ruled, the Arab-Jew problem in Palestine would be contained, and Israel would not be a centre of a manipulative web across the world.

I thought Elon Musk too intelligent to buy into a massive scam such as Twitter.

Making the best of it

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11282329/Cornwall-pub-turns-lights-replaces-CANDLES-reduce-soaring-energy-bills.html

That report reminded me of when I was first in Almaty, Kazakhstan (in 1996 and 1997). I lived on one of the main boulevards, Prospekt Lenina. There were frequent power cuts or, as the Americans say, “outages”.

I bought some candles for my 12th-floor Soviet penthouse apartment, and that was OK, though I nearly got stuck in the lift one day when there was a power cut the moment I stepped out of that lift, having returned from my office. The power did not return until about midday the next day, so that was a lucky miss for me.

In fact, my area of the city was not so badly affected as others, being within the “Presidentsky” district, where the then Presidential Palace and major embassies were located. Usually, the power cuts involved one or two areas at a time, with other areas continuing to receive electrical supply. Where I lived was certainly given preferential treatment, but still lost power fairly often.

I remember well that I was due to dine with three people one evening at a small and little-patronized Georgian restaurant in a quiet lane not too far from my home, a place almost in the countryside.

When the time came to meet those people, I was sitting in the empty restaurant. They arrived together, a young American in the Peace Corps, and two local Russian girls who were employed by an American organization; I had met them previously.

No sooner had they sat down than the electricity was cut off. The owner of the place, a Georgian lady called Bella, hurried to put out quite a few candles.

In the restaurant, with its wooden walls and lack of traffic noise (the lane outside was deserted), this created a kind of 19th century environment. One of the Russian girls started to play the piano which was there. Mainly Chopin.

In the candlelight, it was like being in a scene adapted from Chekhov or some other pre-revolutionary author; perhaps a country estate circa 1860 and in a Russia not yet hit by modern warfare or the shocks of violent revolution. Charmant

That evening has always stayed with me.

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NHS… 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11283465/Grandmother-claims-spent-SIX-DAYS-chair-E.html.

Still clapping?

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Very clever. Funny, but also sad and also true…

Still slightly favourable on defence and “terrorism”? How? Why? The armed forces seem incapable of stopping migration invasion across the Channel, and are too small to stop any conventional invasion. The present ZOG (Zionist Occupation Government) is pledged to continue to waste billions funnelling money and arms to the Jew-Zionist regime in Kiev.

What about “terrorism”? The Muslims are not taking over the British cities via “terrorism” but via their birth-rate. The Jews continue to send their teenage children to Israel, there to be trained in the use of firearms, as well as in techniques of streetfighting, but are not even monitored (much) by the UK Security Service on their return to the UK.

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James Cleverly, proud possessor of a McDegree (in Hospitality Management) from a McUniversity, and who has never done much else (except work his way up in the TA) drones on. That half-caste is Foreign Secretary, believe it or not. This country is so screwed, and in so many ways.

I must do a blog article, in my Deadhead MPs series, about Cleverly.

Thinking about who would vote “Conservative” now.

Some would. People whose income is well above the norm, perhaps; those on £150,000+, and who are also voting out of purely personal self-interest . Then —the largest group— those who want to vote specifically against Labour, and see a Con vote as the only effective way to do it.

Are there any other groups of “Conservative” voters now? I think not. The last 12 years have seen no effective policy or action on the immigration problem, whether in general or specifically re. the cross-Channel migration-invasion. As for that trad Con strongpoint, “law and order”, we have seen police numbers cut, courts (in the hundreds) closed down to save money, a huge backlog of trials, and legal aid cuts which have effectively denied millions the right to access the legal system.

Yes, a lot can happen in the two years before a general election has to be held, but it cannot really be said that Liz Truss has any popular mandate, and things look likely to slide even further from here: utility bills, mortgage payments, whatever may hit the UK by reason of the wrongheaded anti-Russia sanctions and military adventurism.

Even the mainly self-interested “grey vote” of pensioners and those nearing State Pension age might pause before placing their crosses next to the Conservative Party candidate, now that it has emerged that the young Liz Truss actually wanted to abolish the State Pension, and who intends to slash other benefits relied on by pensioners.

I assessed Rory Stewart in 2019, when he was a candidate for the Conservative Party leadership. I also updated it, and continue to do so. A large number of people have read that assessment. See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/03/will-rory-stewart-mp-be-prime-minister/.

This England

Saw an episode covering 2020. Not as good as the previous episode. Too many scenes with patients suffering (supposedly) from “Covid”, not enough scenes about the political infighting. The drama stuck to the official or accepted (?) narrative(s). Not much questioning of that.

Late tweets seen

There is an epidemic of serious heart problems caused by the so-called “vaccine”(s).

Late music

[painting by Konstantin Korovin]

Diary Blog, 17 November 2021

Covid vaccines, Covid nonsense

One of the lessons of the past 18 months or so is that public health is not something that can be left to the public health “professionals” and “experts”…there are wider questions of policy and of public safety involved.

Don’t blame the care workers! It is the Government of idiots, and Cabinet of clowns, that must take any blame. Why should poorly-paid care workers take the risk of an experimental supposed vaccine, which in any case seems to be of little efficacy? Down with this biosecurity police-state-ism!

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I had never heard of the said James Whale until today; a radio presenter, it seems: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Whale_(radio_presenter).

Well…thus we see how it was that once-mighty Deutsche Bank ran into the sand— because ridiculous little monkeys like Sajid Javid were (incredibly) promoted to board level.

Looks as though Javid is well out of his depth (again).

Austrians, Germans and British need to start thinking about “action directe“, as the biosecurity police state grip tightens.

That gives the unvaccinated every right to take direct action against the puppets of the System. A real police state is just coming.

…and how long before other, non-medical criteria come in as reasons to be forbidden from going out of the house, or accessing goods and services? How long before “racism”, “anti-Semitism” etc are given as reasons to be effectively stripped of the most basic civil rights? At that point, we shall not be far from an actual civil or social war— a real one.

Already we see even well-known people expelled from Twitter and other fora for the reasons given above, or “cancelled” and so unable to appear on TV or radio, in newspapers, or to be on the faculties of universities. The Jews or, perhaps more accurately, Jewish lobby, are behind much, though not all, of the repression now taking place.

Afternoon music

[David, Napoleon Crossing the Alps]
[Levitan, the Vladimirka (road)]
[Cloisters, New York]

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Controlled-opposition kingpin Farage is right, but agonizing about it leads nowhere. Only a social-national movement, going far beyond UKIP, Brexit Party, Reform Party etc, can even start to deal with what needs to be done.

The House of Commons shows itself incapable of controlling an illegitimate Prime Minister.

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A rarely-seen piece of Stalinist propaganda from the 1940s. Of course, in black-and-white terms, “the wrong side” (or sides) won the war against the German Reich (though there were rights and wrongs on both sides), but we have to accept history for what it is, then move on from there…

[Berlin 1945, outside Reichskanzlei]

Late tweets

This is truly absurd, and over time will make it difficult, or impossible, for (real) women to compete successfully. Not that I am very interested in sports anyway, but I oppose the social absurdity, a social tsunami, which is starting to knock flat our society and destroy it.

Maybe the answer to the above nonsense is to abolish all categories based on sex; everyone competes together. Then both women and “transpeople” will say it unfair, because most competitions would then be won by men…

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