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Diary Blog, 30 November 2022, with analysis of current opinion polling

Morning music

[“The Fuhrer as friend of animals“]
[“At the end stands Victory“]

On this day a year ago

Freak news

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11483477/Non-binary-nuclear-waste-guru-pictured-LGBTQ-conference-weekend-stole-2k-luggage.html?ico=related-replace.

Biden’s non-binary nuclear waste guru who stole a woman’s suitcase from a baggage carousel was pictured the same weekend in Minnesota attending an LGBTQ student activism conference.   

Sam Brinton, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Office of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition, was photographed wearing a black evening gown with two of the event’s coordinators.”

[Daily Mail]

The USA is even more mad than the UK.

Oh, wait a minute…next up, Eddie Izzard as an MP (?)…

The continuing storm around “Jack Monroe”, the “Bootstrap Cook”

Very hard-hitting tweets, but maybe required reading for some sadly misled people in public services, charities etc, who are still apparently unaware of the storm around “Jack Monroe”, the “Bootstrap Cook”, which gained strength in July/August 2022 and has scarcely abated.

I think that some people in executive positions at charities etc, mentally bought into the whole “Bootstrap Cook” thing many years ago, and do not want to see how it has now become a very tarnished “story”.

I myself attempted an assessment on 30 September 2022: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/09/30/diary-blog-30-september-2022-including-an-assessment-of-jack-monroe-aka-the-bootstrap-cook/.

Having now seen more material over the past two months, I think that that assessment was more than fair. Perhaps I was too lenient.

This is not a matter which concerns only “Jack Monroe” and the many people who are alleged to have been cheated by her. This is a matter of considerable public interest and concern.

People have to have reasonable confidence that, when they donate money to a cause, or transfer the same, in order —or partly in order— to receive goods and/or services, that they are not being lied to, bamboozled, treated as “mugs”, and cheated out of money.

One of those allegedly cheated by “Jack Monroe” is a lady (not known to me other than via her tweets) called (I believe) Heather Booth (“@frugally_minded” on Twitter), who says that she donated monies on the Patreon website to “Jack Monroe”, but received neither the goods promised nor the refund(s) later demanded.

That lady, who with her disabled husband is now in a terrible financial situation, has not only not been refunded by “Jack Monroe” but also has had to contend with online trolls since the behaviour of “Jack Monroe” has become known online. Whether “Jack Monroe” herself was involved in that, I have no idea.

Please find the details of the lady’s crowdfunder here: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/heather-booth-3?utm_term=Gde7678Nq.

As to the overall “Jack Monroe”/”Bootstrap Cook” situation, it seems to me that the responsible regulatory officers (eg for fundraising and/or trading standards) should investigate it. There may well be a need also for the police to investigate whether any offences around alleged fraud have been committed.

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Looks as though some Jew Twitter-trolls from North London may be about to experience the beginning of the end…

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Now the idiots in the Westminster monkeyhouse are also sending more arms, hundreds of millions of pounds-worth more, to the Kiev regime. Both evil and stupid.

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/

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How is it that some unknown Canadian hero has not yet done what is evidently necessary?

Please refer to previous comment, mutatis mutandis.

Conservative Party

Indicates, as much as any poll can, 18-24 months before a general election, that it may be that the Conservative Party will lose badly but not catastrophically.

It was only weeks ago that the Con Party was on 20%; now 30%. Labour Party has slipped back slightly, and LibDems have slightly improved, to 10%.

Of course, under a proportional representation system, that might give the LibDems 65 MPs, whereas of course, under FPTP voting, 10% gives between 0-20, maybe more MPs, depending on how many votes are concentrated wherever. UKIP got 12% of the vote in 2015 and only 1 MP (a previously-elected Con Party MP) instead of the 78 that might have been expected under a pure PR system.

Despite much noise from Farage, it is clear that, so far, Reform UK is not breaking through. That may be partly because Farage himself is a busted flush, having stabbed his own Brexit Party supporters and candidates in the back during the 2019 General Election. Also, in my view, because the new-ish “Reform UK” is playing the same sort of pseudo-“libertarian” and Brexit tune as did Brexit Party and UKIP before.

The national mood has moved. People want public services that work, not the right to try to become low-tax “entrepreneurs”. What most white British (especially English) people want, but unconsciously, is a form of social-nationalism suited to UK conditions. There is, however, no party even approximating to that.

Looking at that opinion poll, it may be that people are now seriously starting to assess Labour, which is aping most “Conservative” policies and, as someone once parodied Starmer, “we approve of workhouses but they must be run in a fairer way, and more efficiently.”

Rachel Reeves has, over the years, repeatedly said that she would be even harder on the unemployed, sick, and disabled than have been the Con Party governments. She is also a member of Labour Friends of Israel, like Starmer and all his Shadow Cabinet.

On immigration, Labour would allow in even more blacks and browns.

On free speech, Labour would be even more restrictive (hardly surprising, bearing in mind the powerfully poisonous influence of the Jewish lobby on Labour now).

All that, however, does not let Sunak and Con Party off the hook. Many previously Con voters are likely to see the present government as a shambolic mess, and therefore to abstain, or to vote LibDem. That may not result in many (or any) new LibDem MPs, but may have an effect in some Con constituencies.

Likewise, the Reform UK candidates are probably not going to become MPs but may well take votes away from Con Party in marginal constituencies.

It is clear to many that the Government is rubbish, but that the Opposition is also rubbish.

The Conservative Party has never scored as low as 30% in any general election. The closest was in 1997 (30.7%), which resulted in 165 Con MPs (in a slightly larger Commons— 659).

A few percentage points makes a big difference at this level. In 2001, the Con vote was 31.7%, and MPs elected numbered 166, just one more than in 1997, but in 2005 the 32.4% vote-share resulted in 198 Con MPs (in a 646-member House of Commons).

In 2010, David Cameron-Levita’s Con Party achieved only 36.1%, but had elected 306 MPs (out of 650).

The oddity of British elections is shown by the fact that, in 2017, Theresa May’s Con Party achieved 42.3%, yet only had elected 317 Con MPs (out of 650). The devil is very much in the detail.

In 2019, Boris Johnson’s Con Party received a 43.6% vote, not much more than in 2017, but the number of Con MPs jumped to 365.

All the same, once the percentage vote goes below about 35%, the number of MPs elected starts to plummet; below 30% would probably mean fewer than 150 Conservative Party MPs, below 25% a near wipeout.

At 30%, then, the Conservative Party is still just about in the game.

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Ludicrously overpaid and completely stupid, uneducated, uncultured, TV drones, applauding NWO/ZOG puppets such as Jacinda Ardern.

I still await that one Canadian who will…

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Lilburn]
[South Island, New Zealand]

Diary Blog, 30 October 2022

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On this day a year ago

The Untermensch’s Tale

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11368907/PETER-HITCHENS-murderers.html.

When Freda Walker opened her back door to let her cat out one night last January, she let Hell into her home. It came in the form of Vasile Culea. He seems to have sneaked in while she was not looking.

Not long afterwards, he subjected Mrs Walker, 86, and her husband Ken, 88, to a night of merciless torture. He was a retired electrician and former district councillor. She was a retired seamstress. They had come through all those decades, and might have thought they were entitled to a peaceful final few years together. They did not live in some inner-city gang-infested zone, but in the kind of street and the kind of house that millions inhabit.

She was 5ft 2in tall and yet Culea, a fit young man, killed her.”

[Peter Hitchens in the Mail on Sunday].

I note, though, that Hitchens does not point out that the torturer and murderer, Vasile Culea, is a Roma Gypsy from Romania. Note— not “Romanian”, except in respect of his passport, but a member of that tribe first let into the UK in huge numbers under the Blair elected dictatorship.

Look at the photo in the article. Not European. The Roma Gypsies originated in India, many hundreds of years ago.

See also: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11365243/Romanian-killer-jailed-life-murdering-86-year-old-ex-mayors-wife.html; even the newspaper report of the untermensch’s sentence describes him, misleadingly, as “Romanian“.

The truth has to become acceptable again in the UK, whether it concerns Gypsies, Jews, the “holocaust” farrago or, indeed, English people (where they too need to be held to account).

I feel sorry for the real Romanians, who are constantly “tarred with the same brush” when the Roma Gypsies with Romanian passports commit crimes in the UK.

Liz Truss

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11368619/Liz-Trusss-personal-phone-hacked-Putins-spies-secret-details-negotiations.html

Liz Truss’s personal mobile phone was hacked by agents suspected of working for the Kremlin, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

The cyber-spies are believed to have gained access to top-secret exchanges with key international partners as well as private conversations with her leading political ally, Kwasi Kwarteng.

One source said that the phone was so heavily compromised that it has now been placed in a locked safe inside a secure Government location.

A source with knowledge of the incident said yesterday that the security breach ‘caused absolute pandemonium – Boris was told immediately, and it was agreed with the Cabinet Secretary that there should be a total news blackout.

‘It is not a great look for the intelligence services if the Foreign Secretary’s phone can be so easily plundered for embarrassing personal messages by agents presumed to be working for Vladimir Putin’s Russia.’

[Daily Mail]

It has to be said that the UK’s intelligence and security services, perhaps particularly SIS [MI6], have been living off their hump, meaning a largely-undeserved reputation, for a very long time, along with the Monarchy, the Church of England, the Bar, the NHS, and the ancient universities, to name just a few of the more obvious “usual suspects”.

As to Liz Truss herself, I suspect (admittedly without much evidence) that, at some point, meaning prior to her becoming Prime Minister, she was getting banged by Kwasi Kwarteng.

Anyway, both Liz Truss and woolly-head are yesterday’s news now.

[See also: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/oct/30/liz-truss-rider-out-of-the-blue-book]

[Addendum, same day: Can you believe that a half-crazed and very stupid bitch such as Liz Truss had, for 6-7 weeks, the power to start, and certainly to provoke, a nuclear war? Our whole system of selection and election of political leadership cadres is basically broken; one could say 80% broken].

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Even when I was last in Hong Kong, in 2006, more than one local person told me that it had been better under British rule (China regained control in 1997).

Now that the Conservative Party is sinking, the globalist sharks are circling round dishonest Starmer and “Labour”: Gates, the Jew-Zionist-Israel lobby (which controls Starmer already), the international money men etc.

Where is that? Canada? I have never been there. Several people that I know have been there and did like it, but it seems to me to have the seeds of complete decadence sprouting.

Having said that, the above may be from some northern bit of the USA, I suppose.

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[VDNKh, Moscow, after overnight rain]
[from the film, Belorussian Station]

“Ostalgie”

As blogged previously, the old DDR [East Germany] was a very strange country, though one which I myself only saw directly during a couple of days of 1988, barely a year before the whole set-up collapsed and disappeared into history.

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A couple of years ago, I first mooted the idea that the “Covid” hysteria was, at least in part, a mass psychological experiment on the grand scale. Psychological conditioning. I see that my thoughts were not without others treading the same “path less travelled”.

Next question: how to expel the literally millions of such invaders before all of Britain is a charred wasteland?

I wonder how much time the Europe we have known has left…

…but most of the sheep there seem to want to be incinerated…

At the top level, “Zelensky level”, Ukraine’s failed state is basically a Jew-Zionist dictatorship and NWO battering-ram, being used to weaken Russia.

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[Zeppelin over the Palace of Westminster, London, in WW1, probably in 1916]

Diary Blog, 18 October 2022

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[Napoleon abandoning burning Moscow]

On this day a year ago

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Liz Truss made herself look like a complete fool when she met the Russian Foreign Minister, Lavrov. He totally outclassed her. In fact, she looked more like a stray visitor or uninformed heckler than a supposed equal to Lavrov. As people now say, “cringe-worthy”.

It’s not just about Liz Truss, though. The whole system and way of life in the UK is running out of road.

Liz Truss might have done better not to have shown her face in the Commons yesterday. She looked (literally) drugged; quiescent. Very strange.

She might be OK at a parish or small local council level, or maybe even at county council level, but she just cannot hack being a minister, or being a Cabinet minister, let alone a prime minister. It’s ludicrous.

Liz Truss became Prime Minister on 6 September 2022. If she can last until 6 November 2022, she gets the cash. 19 days from today.

Not a bad little earner“… especially when combined with her £84,000 MP salary, and continuing MP expenses payments, and whatever else the bitch has going on.

There are conditions, admittedly.

Ironically, South West Norfolk, her seat, is one of the safest the Conservative Party holds [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_West_Norfolk_(UK_Parliament_constituency)], so she herself may well, if not deselected, continue to be an MP even as literally hundreds of her MP colleagues go to the wall.

Once again, there are elements of Greek tragedy (and comedy) in all this.

I feel not a trace of sympathy for this stupid, over-promoted, self-publicizing bitch so typical of Parliament today. She has plunged this country into despair, and is now about to plunge many millions of British people into poverty and, in some cases, destitution.

She should be stamped upon. The same goes for woolly-head Kwarteng, “Boris”-idiot and many others. All the crazy so-called “free market” finance-capitalist pseudo-libertarians.

That piece by Peter Oborne is seriously worth watching. In fact, every single Conservative Party MP, ordinary member, and indeed ordinary voter, should watch it. Nine minutes of solid commonsense.

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Ha ha. Made me laugh, and it somehow encapsulates the present situation. Does anyone in the UK retain any confidence in Liz Truss (if they ever did have any— I myself of course never had any).

Over the past 12 years, the various “Conservative” governments have been called “a shitshow” several times, but this shambolic farrago must be “the shitshow to end all shitshows”.

Not that “Labour” is much better really, just less obviously rubbish (arguably)…

I am voting for the Guy Fawkes Party (a joke yet not a joke).

Our political system is broken beyond repair.

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Retired senior officer” finds it perplexing that ex-RAF pilots might work in China for a quarter of a million pounds a year. Is that the kind of woodentop we have at the top of the air force?

Appealing to…honour and patriotism“? Pretty hard to make such an appeal successfully, in view of the fact that real Britain is rapidly ceasing to exist. A population now consisting of demoralized, uncultured (and de-cultured) whites and huge numbers of blacks, browns, Chinese indeed, and others, ruled over by a political class which is just rubbish and, like the msm and much of the country, under the thumb of the Jew-Zionists.

I like it. I usually like it when people speak the truth.

I have, admittedly, seen little of Corden (and had never heard of him until a few years ago), but what I have seen I have not liked.

Russia needs a new start. It needs to free itself once and for all from Jew-Zionism, build a new society on a structural basis similar to the Rudolf Steiner concept, the Threefold Social Order, and bring far more equity and social justice into Russian society.

First, though, it has to beat the regime of the Jew Zelensky.

So good, I posted it twice.

Since 10 October, i.e. in the past week, 30% of the electrical power generating stations in territory held by the Kiev regime have been destroyed. This is the modern equivalent of a mediaeval siege, but on a wide geographical scale.

I cannot see “Western” (NWO) support for Zelensky’s regime continuing indefinitely.

Russia has to win this, or die, and it is clear that the gloves are coming off.

Railways are a strategic national asset, not to be sold off to foreign entities.

The better side of British farming

https://www.theguardian.com/food/video/2022/oct/17/the-high-welfare-farm-using-social-media-as-a-window-on-their-world-video

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The first reference is to the rather unpleasant lawyer, Jolyon Maugham: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jolyon_Maugham; the second to the supposed “poverty expert”, or “food poverty expert”, and recipe tweeter, “Jack Monroe”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Monroe.

I recently assessed the Monroe person for the blog: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/09/30/diary-blog-30-september-2022-including-an-assessment-of-jack-monroe-aka-the-bootstrap-cook/, my assessment following on from months of Twitter outrage seen about her and about how her life story and lifestyle somehow fail to add up. I suppose that the right word (and appropriately “Essex”) would be “dodgy”.

I should say that she has her defenders, people who seem to have elected her a kind of “Queen of Poverty Britain”. They themselves are very rarely poor, and many in fact seem rather comfortably-off. I question how many actually use her often very peculiar recipes. They seem to support her in a kind of unthinking way because she is perceived to be “anti-austerity” etc, though one could argue that saying (as she does, however absurdly) that someone can live on £5 a week, actually plays into the hands of such as Iain Dunce Duncan Smith and Therese Coffey.

All the same, Ms. Monroe has had published over half a dozen books and, apparently, has made £90,000 (and counting, continuing royalties taken into account) out of them. She also appears on TV shows, gives interviews etc

It seems to me that some people need a “hero” or “heroine”, even a fake one, and those people will shut their eyes to the seeming fact that they are perhaps being taken for a ride.

Many of her supporters also seem to like her “LGBTQXYZ” persona.

800+ people were apparently sending “Jack Monroe” between £3.50 and £44 a month via the Patreon donation website; about 700 still are, it seems (and the maximum suggested amount is now reduced to £10). Still, keeping with the Essex argot, “a nice little earner“, on the face of it.

The problem is or was that it seems that many of those donating received few if any of the items promised in return.

Search for “Jack Monroe” or “Bootstrap Cook” on Twitter, and you will see many of the arguments around her.

For myself, and as I wrote in that assessment, I do not think that she actually set out to defraud anyone, but she has obviously not delivered on her promises, as least to quite a few people.

As for the whole “eat well on 70p a day” idea, it just does not stack up. I am sure (well, it sounds plausible, anyway) that some of her recipes and ideas help some people. Far too many people in the UK live off takeaways and/or unnecessarily expensive packaged foods. However, no-one in the UK can live —even frugally— on less than about £3 a day for food (at minimum), and it is dishonest of someone with a public platform to suggest otherwise. £5 a week for food is certainly “for the birds”.

Some of her recipes are on such a level as “boil an egg, mash it up with mayonnaise, spread it on bread“. Similar to that, anyway. Well, thank you, Escoffier!

There again, the whole “Bootstrap Cook” thing was originally about how someone living off Britain’s pitifully-small basic State benefits could survive, and it is hard to maintain that ethos once you have thousands of pounds a month coming in on a regular basis, and tens of thousands in the bank.

Now, the Observer has actually given Ms. Monroe an award: see https://www.theguardian.com/food/2022/oct/16/i-tweeted-and-life-went-nuts-ofm-awards-2022-food-hero-jack-monroe. As the Guardian said, “voted for by Observer Food Monthly readers“.

I have never met anyone who reads the Observer who has not been affluent. (actually, one scarcely ever meets an Observer reader anyway, the newspaper has such a low circulation).

Anyway, you see my point— virtue-signallers. The sort of people who live in Blackheath, or Hampstead, or near Stroud, drive an SUV when not showing off on a bicycle, and read the Guardian and the Observer.

As said in the assessment, I have no particular animus against Ms. Monroe, and I do not regard her as a fraudster, more just as someone not entirely to be trusted, but I do not think that her contribution, such as it is, to the social or poverty debate in the UK, is at all useful in terms of policy.

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I was blogging about that just a few days ago. I should put in for the job of Political Forecaster Laureate. A couple of hundred grand a year and the now-redundant lodge of Harry (Formerly Known As Prince) and the formerly “royal” Mulatta should suit, if Windsor Castle itself is not yet available.

Liz Truss is no longer publicly committed to defending the triple lock – the guarantee that the state pension will rise every year in line with inflation, earnings, or 2.5%, whichever is highest. In their 2019 manifesto the Conservatives said they would “keep the triple lock” and in interviews only two weeks ago, during the party conference, Truss confirmed that she was still “committed” to it.

Not any more. At the Downing Street lobby briefing after cabinet, the PM’s spokesperson refused to say that Truss still feels bound by this. He did not say it would definitely go, but he clearly signalled that it is up for negotiation.

[The Guardian]

As previously blogged, if the Triple Lock goes, the Conservative Party goes, probably forever. Sunak reneged, in 2021-2022, on the manifesto commitment to keep the Triple Lock. Result? Most (mostly 60+-y-o) Conservative Party members voted against him as Con leader. Sunak’s refusal to keep to the pledge cost him the Prime Ministership.

Only about 20%-25% of UK voters are now intending to vote Conservative next time, so say the opinion polls. That 20%-25% bloc is composed almost entirely of pensioners, and is the real hard core of the Conservative general election vote. Alienate that bloc, make them abstain or vote elsewhere, and the Conservative Party vote will collapse to 10% at top. Only a handful, or a few dozen, Con Party seats would remain. Ironically, as said earlier, one of the few left standing, like a pillar of salt, would be that of Liz Truss herself.

We therefore now know, for certain, that at least 40,000 members of the Conservative Party are so brainless that they should not be allowed out on the street alone (if they indeed are now).

A party in the UK stands or falls, more or less, as a party.

Look at this “shitshow“, to quote the open-mouthed Johnny Mercer. The Conservative Party was always admired for its ruthlessness in getting rid of unwanted leaders. Is it now falling short even in that?

Interesting Constitutional point too, that occurs to me: in principle, a general election need only be held within 5 years of the last one, so long as a prime minister can command the confidence of the House (Bagehot), so in principle Truss can be replaced by another Con MP who can rely on that large Con majority in the Commons. However, these circumstances of October 2022 are unusual.

Only the King can prorogue Parliament, and does so on the advice of the Prime Minister. What if Liz Truss refuses to vacate her office, and advises the King that she should remain, in circumstances where it is doubtful that she holds the confidence of even her own side? That might place the King in a very difficult Constitutional position: a choice between proroguing Parliament in effect on his own judgment and against PM’s advice, or not proroguing and then forcing the Commons to vote on confidence.

In such a circumstance, would the Conservative MPs vote “no confidence” in Liz Truss? That would mean a general election in which, on present polling, all but 50-150 out of 357 would lose their seats. Are they that altruistic? Most not, I think.

On the other hand, were those Con MPs to vote that they have confidence in Liz Truss, then no general election, but they would be stuck with her for at least a year, and possibly until the next general election, at least in my view. Awkward.

The new and as yet uncrowned King may find himself taking, or having to take, a far more active role in a party-political matter than he might prefer.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_British_prorogation_controversy

I did of course read Constitutional Law, at degree level, but would, naturally, not hold out myself as being in any way expert. Perhaps there are others, more erudite, who can solve the conundrum. If so, the comments section is open to the ocean.

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Liz Truss is “charmless, graceless, brainless, and useless”, a former Conservative minister has said.”

Irony is dead…

Thought for the day?

A stupid “ho”, who only became an MP on her back, posing implausibly as “Prime Minister”, a woolly-headed n***** as Chancellor of the Exchequer, and moreover the latter —some say— banging the former…What could possibly go wrong?!

Now add to that a crazed and mediocre Indian barrister woman as Home Secretary, a useless half-caste as Foreign Secretary, and a drunken ex-Scots Guards junior officer as Defence Secretary.

Britain really is ready now for the Nuclear Age… as a target.

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[St. Petersburg in winter]

Diary Blog, 25 July 2022

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On this day a year ago

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People should not be treated in such a shabby manner (by the NHS system, not staff), yet the story above is almost commonplace in some parts of the UK.

The NHS has some wonderful people in it, a minority also not so good, but what really lets it down is maladministration. Money is a large part of the problem, but is not the whole story by any means.

There is also the point that the UK population has increased from about 55 million half a century ago to maybe as many as 70 million today, mainly (in fact almost entirely) because of mass immigration, and also births to immigrant mothers. Yes, quite a few non-Brits work in the NHS, but that hardly outweighs the pressure from FIFTEEN MILLION more potential patients (who should not even be in this country).

Pressure from immigration etc would not have been a factor in the above story (which comes from Northern Ireland), but it is a factor in much of the UK.

Arthur’s Stone

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/jul/22/weird-wonderful-rare-dig-at-arthurs-stone-writes-new-story-of-neolithic-site.

I recall camping only about 20-30 feet from Arthur’s Stone sometime in the early 1980s. My then girlfriend and I just happened upon it one dark late evening; in fact we had never heard of it. A convenient place to stop the car and pitch a small tent. Very quiet. Zero traffic (except us).

Sounds as if it is a bit of a tourist destination now, but then I think not. I do not think we heard a single car pass in the night until, at about 0200 hrs, a torch was shone into my face. A policeman. He asked whether we had heard a car pass in the past hour; we said no, we were sleeping. He said OK and left. I expect that he made that story up as an excuse for disturbing us.

Arthur’s Stone is about 15 miles west of Hereford, and is on a very narrow and little-used (even now, I expect) lane. I have trekked, at various times, across much of the countryside between Hereford and Hay-on-Wye and around (but many many years ago, in much younger and far fitter days).

Looking at Google Earth, I see that it now has a low wooden fence, about 2 ft high, around it. Don’t recall that, but (as we know) memory, even my memory, can be faulty.

Slava, Orban!

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jul/24/viktor-orban-against-race-mixing-europe-hungary

The Guardian

So the virtue-signalling Guardian’s editor has a salary of £510,000 a year! No wonder the Guardian‘s one-time “socialism” is rather muted these days…

Incidentally, I believe that Ms. Viner’s personal “partner” makes even more than she does.

GMG also paid its former chief executive Annette Thomas £795,000 after she left following a clash with Ms Viner over the direction of the business. Ms Thomas received a “one-off” payment on top of her £630,000 base salary, meaning she made £1.5m in 15 months on the job.

[Daily Mail]

Annual revenues at GMG climbed 13pc to £255.8m and profits rose nearly four-fold to £11.7m.

The Guardian does not have a paywall but instead relies on donations made by readers.

Over one million people made monthly contributions of at least £1 a month, while another 500,000 readers made one-off payments.

[Daily Telegraph]

Incredible, really: a million mugs give £1+ each monthly to the Guardian, meaning £12 million a year, while another half-million mugs make one-off payments each year, meaning £500,000+, probably £1M or more.

So… the profits of nearly £12M are because those million or so mugs are donating about the same amount, and maybe several million pounds more. Those donations make the difference between insolvency and significant profitability.

Meanwhile, the editor gets paid half a million pounds —and more— annually.

The wonderful world of pseudo-socialism.

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Those invaders will be, in the best scenario, effectively useless, and a millstone round the collective neck of the British people. At worst, criminals and/or terrorists.

The problem, of course, is that whichever way the masses vote (I myself never vote), they vote (in reality) for globalism and open borders, because all System “democratic” parties are signed up to that agenda.

The new Australian biosecurity police state.

Ehud Barak…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ehud_Barak]. Now there’s a name not quite in sync with the others. I wonder what he was up to, bearing in mind the Israeli Intelligence connection with both the Jew Epstein and the half-Jew Ghislaine “Maxwell”.

Barak…served as head of Aman, the Military Intelligence Directorate (1983–85), head of Central Command (1986–87) and Deputy Chief of the General Staff (1987–91).” [Wikipedia].

Interesting. I would not dismiss such an invention out of hand.

The top of the slippery slope? All the same, something has to be done to address both the NHS funding gap and (equally important) maladministration in the NHS. We have seen about 2 decades of sliding standards, and also useless interference by idiots such as that Andrew Lansley carpetbagger. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Lansley; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Lansley#Suggested_conflicts_of_interest]. Time for useful change now.

The perennial NHS crisis. Pretty much every year for 20-30 years. As said, something gamechanging has to be done both about the NHS and about the mass immigration that puts intolerable strain upon it. A national health service such as the NHS should not be run like a massive version of M*A*S*H [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAS*H_(TV_series)].

There is a serious sickness in American life, two symptoms of which include pro-abortion fanaticism and the callousness towards animals seen in, for example, the incredibly evil “declawing” of cats (banned in the UK). Not all Americans, maybe a minority, are involved, but the tendency is there, prominently. Manifestations of practical materialism.

London. Zoo.

To win without war— this is the supreme excellence” [Sun Tzu].

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Does not look English, but that could describe half of the population of London.

Tweeters already covered what would be my main suggestion, i.e. to check cctv at the two or three nearest Boots branches.

You do have to be very careful in London now. When I lived in London, and later in Almaty (Kazakhstan), in the mid/late 1990s, I always wore one of my Rolex Seadweller watches (in today’s value, over £10,000).

I doubt that I would do that today, if I had such a watch (in fact, I sold my watches long long ago from necessity…needs must), especially if I used the London Underground (as I often did when in London).

When I lived in Almaty, where (at the time, i.e. 1996-97), credit cards were almost useless, I always carried USD $5,000-$10,000 in a special moneybelt made to look exactly like an ordinary belt. I never had any serious trouble, though there was once a scuffle with a “wild” (unofficial) taxi driver (no real harm done— my sunglasses broken, a good shirt torn, but his face improved after connection with my elbow…).

As a visitor or tourist in a foreign city, you do have to be careful. I was once, 40 years ago, doing some petty nonsense at the now-closed Paddington Green police station [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paddington_Green_Police_Station]. In the reception area. Two Egyptian girls, tourists, came in, wailing. The police desk person could scarcely have been less helpful to them, almost contemptuous, when he heard that one of the girls had had her handbag snatched, along with £800 in it (a great deal higher value then than now, of course; you could probably call it as much as £10,000 in today’s money).

Sadly, the police now are usually useless unless the crime is something they have been told is top-priority, such as cases of murder, “terrorism”, saying rude things online about Jews etc.

I hope that the lady in that Twitter thread gets her stuff back, but it is a long-shot, of course. Her best bet is probably to set up a gofundme appeal, but that will of course not help with the identity documents she lost.

At least the lady’s case has now been taken up by police CID (see below):

People are often careless with bags etc. I found a woman’s strapless bag, a bit like a large wallet, in a shopping trolley in one of the trolley bays in the car park of the Waitrose in the local small town, about a year ago. Opened it out of curiosity before I gave it in to the Waitrose reception desk. Full of cards, dozens of them; quite a bit of cash as well.

A few years ago, not long after sunup, I happened to see a purse on the ground, in a clifftop car park. Inside, nearly £50 in notes, a debit card, and a student rail pass in the name of some girl. I brought it home thinking that it must be fairly local (the rail pass having been issued about 5 miles away), and that the unusual surname might be in the telephone book. No luck, so I gave it to the police at the local police station.

I hope that the girl student got back her cards and money. As to what she might have been doing late at night (presumably) in that clifftop car park, well, that is none of my business…

Incidentally, lest readers of the blog think that I am unnaturally virtuous, I have to admit that, were it a million pounds in a suitcase, my actions might be quite different.

I think that most police forces do not even bother now with mere lost property. After all, their valuable time is taken up by policing the Internet etc…

See also: 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/.

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I had not previously heard of “Oxford Royale Academy”, which sounds like some kind of bullshit scam. In fact, it is a summer school which uses some of the buildings of one or two Oxford colleges. Seems to be a genuine set-up, but what a poor attitude to free speech.

Monkeys on sticks.

I have posed the question previously, but is there no-one in Canada able to remove this “elected” tyrant?

Still, if they are that sick in soul, they cannot produce suitable replacement humans to form the basis for a super-race further down the line, so why bother with them?

One round, small/medium calibre, costing about 50p…

“Boris”-idiot wants to visit Kiev again soon (presumably while he is still PM, so that all his expenses, flights, security etc will be paid for by the British taxpayers).

Apologies to John Betjeman, but. ..”Come, friendly Russian bombers, and drop your bombs on…”

Could that happen? “Boris”-idiot totalled by a chance strike?

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Diary Blog, 24 July 2022

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Sounds good.

…and there’s more: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11042793/Dont-skeletons-gender-categorise-race-woke-activists-demand.html.

More of the madness that might have to spark a kind of civil war in the end.

When will the madness end? Not until we, the people, end the madness, which is a madness imposed upon us by secret groups and cabals.

Is Ukraine now a “failed state” or just a non-state? In practice, there is little difference.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11040469/Doctor-charged-plot-Nigerian-senator-traffic-homeless-man-UK-harvest-kidney.html

Ah! One can smell the “enrichment” (of our society) from here…

Interesting column by Andrew Neil

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11040599/ANDREW-NEIL-EU-thats-staring-abyss.html

Those who think the threat of Right-wing nativist-nationalist populists with a penchant for the Kremlin is over in Europe have another thing coming. Inflation can do strange, unpleasant things to democratic policies — and inflation has only started to bite.”

Just wait til Putin really squeezes the gas supplies. Moscow’s exports of gas account for only 2 per cent of Russia’s GDP. The Kremlin’s coffers are already brimming with dosh from soaring oil and gas prices, from which oil and gas producers, including Russia, have benefited.

Despite sanctions, the rouble is at an eight-year high.”

[Andrew Neil, Daily Mail]

Quite. Anti-Russia sanctions have hit hard…the EU and UK, that is. Russia has not been seriously impacted. In the old proverb, “don’t cut off your own nose to spite your face“.

We are “led” by complete idiots, many of whom are also self-interested fraudsters. Boris-idiot is only one example. Unmerited prominence.

As Putin looks with contempt at the weak mediocrities in charge on both sides of the Atlantic, no wonder he thinks he just has to bide his time and all sorts of things will fall into his lap.

[Andrew Neil, Daily Mail].

It is not a matter of Europe falling into Putin’s power, but a realignment, strategically, meaning Europe, including the UK, coming to a closer accommodation (“collaboration”, if you like) with a Russia which is nothing like the old Soviet Union. We have much to offer each other.

The post-1941 Atlantic alliance, America dominating Europe, has had its day. From our European perspective, it has nothing to offer us now except NWO wars, cultural trash, and a one-sided exploitative relationship seen in politics, law, and trade.

Channel 4

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11042471/Channel-4-staff-facing-axe-left-furious-amid-privatisation-uncertainty.html

A very negative cultural influence for 40 years. Smug bastards. Take away their rice bowls.

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In the end, “the welfare of the people is the highest law” [Cicero].

In the US, as in the UK, the political system is failing, and is failing mainly because it is starting to be unable provide the people with the satisfaction of their justified needs.

When the people, or enough of them, wake up to that, revolutionary change will happen, if not by peaceful evolution, then by forceful revolution.

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…and look at the result— a withered arm. Does that idiot ever think “what have I done with the past 45 years of my life?“, or is he too mad and/or stupid?

Amar Bharati left the world stunned after he was pictured with his arm raised strongly holding a stance with his fist in the 1970s.

He was a married man with three children, who worked in a bank, but in 1973 he decided to ditch his modest life in the name of world peace.

He decided to dedicate himself to a Hindu deity called Shiva, and in a bid to show his devotion he came up with the idea to lift his arm and to keep it positioned that way.

[Daily Star: https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/man-kept-hand-raised-45-25624279]

In other words, a (presumably) well-intentioned crank.

Incredible film, but that would have been against the law in the UK even then, if the child was really working. Looking at the buildings, and the tram shown, I think that the footage was shot, probably, either in Poland or Czechoslovakia.

Thought-provoking.

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[https://www.kronbergacademy.de/kuenstler/person/alexandra-stychkina]

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Jeremy Corbyn was grotesquely misrepresented by a hostile and unfair media.”

Even Peter Oborne cannot quite bring himself to say the unvarnished truth, which is that “Jeremy Corbyn was grotesquely misrepresented by a hostile and unfair media composed mainly of a pack of Zionist Jews, together with those non-Jew mass media journalist drones they have either bought or intimidated (by loss of career, money etc)”…

…and the great British newspaper-reading and TV-watching public took it in like mother’s milk:

It was a huge Israeli/”British Jewry” operation, carried out over years. Israeli Intelligence making use of, inter alia, the Zionist Jews so prominent in UK politics, law, business and mass media.

It worked. Corbyn was demonized and so “lost” the 2017 and 2019 elections, though actually Labour did fairly well at the 2017 one, far better than (yes, inevitably) the newspapers and TV made out.

By 2019, though, Corbyn-Labour had been thoroughly trashed. Not only over his (in fact quite limited) “anti-Semitism” (which most British people could not care less about anyway until or unless brainwashed by the msm), but more pertinently over Corbyn’s clunky old-style socialism (in fact, 1970s/1980s pseudo-socialism mixed with multikulti “identity politics”), his links with various overseas movements, especially Palestinian, and his sheer lack of nous.

Not all of the coverage was untruthful. Corbyn was a political deadhead, really: very poor educational background, almost no work background at all, and no real ideas about anything at all. Even his wives say that (like Boris-idiot) Corbyn rarely if ever reads a book.

What sank Corbyn, though, was the sheer unrelenting volume of the abuse or criticism. That eventually penetrated into enough thick skulls (the voters, in short).

I do not much regret Corbyn not having become Prime Minister of the UK. He would have been a rotten PM, perhaps as hopeless as Boris-idiot. Surrounded by thick black women, without much moral integrity, and with few ideas (no worse than “Boris”-idiot, though), Corbyn deserved to be binned.

As to Corbyn’s policy on immigration…

…yet are the so-called “Conservatives” any better? Much hard talk, much msm noise, but no action at all except the pathetic Rwanda policy.

Meanwhile, the navy, “Border Farce” and RNLI are ferrying 1,000 migrant-invaders daily across the Channel, and that figure is dwarfed by the huge waves of “legal” migration into the UK.

On immigration, it might be said that the only difference between Corbyn and the likes of “Boris”-idiot, Liz Truss, Sunak, Priti Patel etc is that Corbyn was actually honest about wanting more immigration to flood Britain.

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Saw what I think was the second episode of a new detective-type drama on ITV, Murder in Provence.

Starring Roger Allam, the actor who was Detective Chief Inspector Thursday in Endeavour, the show somehow misses the mark. Allam was perfectly cast in Endeavour, but rather miscast in Murder in Provence as a French juge d’instruction (“examining magistrate”, in the usual translation).

I should say that others in the drama were also not quite right, somehow.

The drama was filmed in Provence, and some care has evidently been taken as to locations etc, but the acting and particularly the dialogue just seemed wooden much of the time, and the plot was rather thin.

Some of the characters were cardboard cutouts: the ruthless “Russian oligarch”, with his yacht and on-call sniper, in particular.

Another so-typical contemporary British TV drama absurdity was that about half the characters were blacks. We all know how Europe and, indeed, France —as well as the UK— have been flooded by the continuing waves of non-white immigration, but actual blacks (Africans, West Indians) are only about 5% (if that) of the UK population, and in France also somewhere around 5%. Not 50%. Particularly on the Cote d’Azur, though I admit that that is not a region of France that I know from personal experience.

I cannot really say that I found even one of the Murder in Provence characters plausible, with the exception of a vineyard domain owner who was a minor character (and I lived in another part of France for about 4 years).

Not one that I shall be seeing in the future.

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As I first blogged years ago, the greatest political fraudster and mountebank seen in Britain since Horatio Bottomley [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horatio_Bottomley].

A Jew-Zionist-ruled “failed state”; hardly a state at all. 30+ years of corruption, exploitation and completely shambolic misgovernment.

Zelensky himself has a USD $40M house in Florida. Not bad for a cheap comic entertainer who has only posed as President of Ukraine for 3 years.

Incredibly, that woman seems to be a “lead” teacher of English, teaching pupils aged 11-14; and she calls a well-known journalist “an arsehole” on public Twitter. Standards have fallen through the floor in this country.

England has, truly, fallen…

Well, I suppose that she had better open another bottle of wine (presumably to drink alone)…Admittedly a speculative view, but one based on seen reality (in a number of other cases).

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

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Diary Blog, 21 July 2022

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Ukraine and Putin, Russia and China

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-62246914

There is no intelligence that Vladimir Putin is unstable or in bad health, the director of the CIA has said.

There has been increasing unconfirmed media speculation that Mr Putin, who turns 70 this year, may be suffering from ill health, possibly cancer.

[BBC News]

In other words the Western “Judenpresse” has been pumping out its usual horseshit…

[apparent state of play in the Ukrainian theatre as of 17 July 2022]

As far as the war is concerned, no big changes. However, with the supply of further long-range missiles by the USA to the Kiev regime, the logic surely points to greater and more destructive escalation. This is a race which the Kiev regime cannot win, certainly not alone, bearing in mind that Russia is not only a nuclear power but a nuclear power whose capabilities in that respect are advancing.

As far as the present battlefield is concerned, the Russian forces will be looking to consolidate gains in the area east of the Dnieper river, and particularly in the Donbass, before advancing further.

Meanwhile, Gorbachev (91 now, and in very poor health) has been for some time talking, via a trusted spokesman:

In recent years President Vladimir Putin grew increasingly insistent that NATO is encroaching close to Russia‘s borders, and uses the possibility of Ukraine joining the military alliance as one of his many ‘justifications’ for invading.

Gorbachev said Washington grew ‘arrogant and self-confident’ after the collapse of the Soviet Union, leading to the expansion of the NATO military alliance. 

‘How can one count on equal relations with the United States and the West in such a position?’ Gorbachev told state news agency RIA Novosti  in December 2021, on the eve of the anniversary of his resignation as the leader of the USSR.

He noted the ‘triumphant mood in the West, especially in the United States’ after the Soviet Union ceased to exist in 1991. ‘They grew arrogant and self-confident. They declared victory in the Cold War,’ Gorbachev said.

He insisted that it was ‘together’ that Moscow and Washington pulled the world out of confrontation and the nuclear race. ‘No, the ‘winners’ decided to build a new empire. Hence the idea of NATO expansion,’ Gorbachev added.”

[Daily Mail]

Russia was already on the back foot after NATO [NWO] expansion since the early 1990s and still continuing. The invasion of Ukraine was a response to that, but at the same time triggered yet more and overt NATO encroachment.

Compare that situation to what China has been doing. Following the famous dictum of Sun-Tzu, “to win without war is the supreme excellence“, China has been encroaching on the territory of not only Russia (mainly in (far-) Eastern Siberia, in the former Soviet Far East region) but also Western Europe, as well as throughout Eastern Asia and into Western Europe and even Australasia. Not by force but by guile, though.

Look around you in, say, the UK. Chinese people everywhere, in huge numbers. They are (all but a handful) not “Chinese agents” in the obvious sense. It is at one more straightforward, yet also more sophisticated, than that. Their numbers steadily increase, as does Chinese influence generally.

China thinks in millennia, not in terms of the next few years, or the next election, as is common in the West. It will be recalled that someone, I think Pat Nixon, asked Chou en-Lai, at dinner in the Great Hall of the People in Peking in 1972, what he thought of the French Revolution of 1789. The now-famous response was “it is too early to say“.

It does not matter whether Mrs Nixon’s question was either or both sincere and her own or, as I suspect, origined in the US State Department. The response is what is of importance.

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The USA has supplanted the Imperial Russia of 1914 as “a colossus on legs of straw”, “ruled” by men of straw.

Kamala Harris— non-European (or only partly so). Righi Sunak— non-European. Is there a connection at this time, something to do with the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan?

Of course, it is not yet certain that Sunak will become Prime Minister of the UK; we shall see.

Look at my most recent (2021/2022) experience: 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/.

Of course, those pushing that agenda the hardest are far from “owning nothing”; indeed, they possess not only millions of pounds or US dollars, but billions, tens of billions, even hundreds of billions— the hypocrites: Bill Gates and his ex-wife, Jeff Bezos, Branson, bonehead “Bono”, The Harry Formerly Known as Prince (and the “Royal” Mulatta) etc.

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Diary Blog, 18 June 2022

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[painting by Volegov]

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Still worth reading, five years on, I think.

Saturday quiz

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.

Britain 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10928505/Male-blood-donor-turned-away-clinic-refused-answer-pregnant.html

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.

[Daily Mail]

[note— Lord Sumption was a Lord of Appeal, not the Lord Chief Justice]

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.

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Quelle surprise.

Just looked up the “Conservative” Party candidate for the Tiverton and Honiton by-election: one Helen Hurford. Sounds as thick as two short planks.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022_Tiverton_and_Honiton_by-election

Rubbish “government”, rubbish “Opposition”, pointless LibDems; “and they call it democracy“. No real choice. Fixed.

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So the Chief Medical Officer of Wales is now interfering in climatalogical matters? Farcical. Is Wales suddenly going to become superheated? I doubt it.

The (supposed) “experts” are very often wrong, in any area.

It is terrible that a fine and historic British institution such as the RNLI has been infiltrated by the enemies of the people. Only total mugs donate to it now.

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Diary Blog, 11 May 2022

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In Europe, the white race is fighting for survival in terms of its future.

Gove was always a Jewish-lobby puppet; we now know that he is also both a drunk and a drug abuser. His Jewish wife has now divorced him. He may be guilty of other things.

When I was disbarred in 2016, at the instigation of a pack of Jews, the “charges” eventually related to only 5 tweets tweeted by me, one of which —completely true and accurate— was about Michael Gove.

Incidentally, what I tweeted about Gove was not only true at the time but also has been proven since 2016 time and again, i.e. that Gove was an egregious and fraudulent expenses cheat, as well as being corrupt and in the pocket of the Jewish/Israel lobby. In 2016, we did not know that he was also a cocaine abuser and a drunk.

Balkan fraud

I see that the “Balkan Fraud” (necessarily nameless for now) is preparing her most audacious scam yet, pretending that the NHS doctors and nurses who have been caring for her have been both negligent and directly malicious in harming her. She probably hopes to make a faked medical negligence claim somewhere down the line.

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Nine times out of ten, “they” (((they))) are behind these programmes.

One may think most British politicians are deadheads, but then you see some of the American ones! Often, though not exclusively, hysterical middle-aged women.

Savages. They live in our country, but are no more a genuine part of it than (other) trash dumped on the shore.

Savages. At some point, these untermenschen will be the majority in the USA. What price then the future of the “world’s superpower”?

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Diary Blog, 3 May 2022

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Answer: the “usual suspects” (((them))).

A relative few (including me) saw through part-Jew poseur “Boris” from the beginning, maybe 15+ years ago. Only recently did that become the majority. It is clear to almost all now that he simply does not have the ability to be a Prime Minister. Yes, he also lacks the decency and the ethics, but first and foremost he lacks the ability.

They look like Roma Gypsies. Blame also those who defend them and want more to arrive on our shores…

This can only end one of two ways.

If it does come to the UK, MPs who do not oppose it should be…blamed.

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Frightening. What is really behind this kind of science?

Why are they laughing so uncontrollably? Mental disorder? Drunk?

Loonies like that are apparently increasingly common in North America.

I cannot remember when exactly it was that I blogged about (inter alia) the 1980s/1990s Greenham Common (UK) “peace women”, but I expect my commentary can be found via the search function on the blog. Similar loonies.

Ah. Correcting myself; I have found the post in question: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/16/the-extinction-rebellion-levellers/. You have to scroll down about halfway to find the bit about Greenham Common.

This is what I wrote nearly three years ago:

The missiles were removed by reason of NATO-Warsaw Pact negotiations. The “Women’s Peace Camp” was a complete waste of time and effort.

A series of meetings held during August and September 1986 culminated in a summit between United States President Ronald Reaganand the General Secretary of the CPSU Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavík, Iceland, on 11 October 1986. To the surprise of both men’s advisers, the two agreed in principle to removing INF systems from Europe and to equal global limits of 100 INF missile warheads.

The United States and the Soviet Union signed the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty in 1987, which led to the removal of all nuclear missiles from the base. The last GLCMs at RAF Greenham Common were removed in March 1991, and the 501st TMW inactivated on 4 June 1991.” [Wikipedia]

Incidentally and incredibly, even though the last missiles left Greenham Common in 1991, even though the Americans left Greenham in 1992 and even though the UK Ministry of Defence closed the base in 1993, putting it up for sale (the area being almost all designated by 1997 as public parkland), the “Greenham Women” stayed, some of them, until 2000! To me that proves that without their having “political activism” to do, some of them had nothing to do with their time or their lives. They were unable to accept that their protests (for 19 years!) had actually achieved nothing and in any case had been superseded by large-scale international events. Like the Japanese soldier in the 1970s, fighting a lone war in the jungle, 30 years after the Pacific War had ended.

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Diary Blog, 19 April 2022

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Trudeau will not just go— someone will have to…send him.

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Quite. I am all for getting rid of Boris-idiot and his Cabinet (and read that how you like) but not at the cost of a Starmer-Labour Jewish-lobby “elected” dictatorship.

What happened is that Sweden a. let hundreds of thousands of non-whites live in Sweden; b. supported said non-whites to live, feed, breed, and exercise political power; c. disallowed criticism of “a” and “b”.

Hard to believe now that, in pre-EU days (when it was just the EEC, and Sweden not part of it), 1982, I was actually refused admission to Sweden at the port of Malmo (they said that I did not have enough money) while en route to Helsinki and having arrived from the port of Travemunde in the then West Germany (Travemunde was on the border of the DDR).

I actually got deported, in effect! Had to return to West Germany. Now the sweepings of Asia and Africa arrive and are (officially) “welcomed” by the Swedish government (which is plainly a “ZOG”)…

Nearest town square. Firing squad. End. Alternatively, helicopter. Mid-Channel. Exit. End.

At one time, long ago, I thought that David Davis might be at least semi-acceptable as Prime Minister, but he is just another useless denizen of the Westminster monkeyhouse.

You can guess (((who))) or (((what))) the secret plotters are.

Does the thick Royal Cuck even hear himself?!

The United States will eventually descend into a kind of anarchy, which will then be suppressed by dictatorship and/or tyranny. Plato laid down the template.

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