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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.

Societal news

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.

A thought out of season

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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[Shishkin, Before the Storm]

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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.

Underwhelming drama

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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[Adolf Hitler, pre-WW1 painting of Odeonsplatz, Munich]

Diary Blog, 21 July 2022

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On this day a year ago

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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]

On this day a year ago

On this day 5 years ago

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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[panorama of Budapest and river Danube]

On this day a year ago

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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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On this day a year ago

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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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Diary Blog, 18 April 2022

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[Neuschwanstein]

On this day a year ago

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You can see how, over the past week, the EU (NWO/ZOG component) has been wheeling out sleaze stories about Marine le Pen, in order to bamboozle the French masses.

See also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/ about Macron’s oddly-suspicious background.

Opinion polls now have Macron several points ahead of le Pen for the second round of the French Presidential election, but about 10% are still undecided, so there is, as yet, all to play for.

How long before we see that in the UK? The “Covid” toytown police-state of 2020-2021 was a warning of things to come, possibly.

The aim of the System is to introduce a regime of microchip “Covid passports”, leading to a microchipped population. Add to that electric cars all fitted with GPS satnav, and almost everyone with a trackable mobile telephone, and you have much of the population, and 99% of the “important” people (those with any real influence or power, or heavy money) tracked, if need be, 24/7. The Stasi of the old DDR (East Germany) would have killed for that level of surveillance.

Indeed, it may be that, years down the line, all cars will be able to have their controls overridden by a centralized system, so that a car might actually be able to be directed to deliver an unwilling person directly to the “authorities”.

Rwanda plan or scam

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10726955/Britain-vulnerable-refugees-Rwanda-Priti-Patels-migrants-shake-up.html

London redevelopment

To my way of thinking, London, like most European cities, is better thought of as horizontal rather than vertical. That, however, has not been the trend of recent decades.

I can remember a time, in the late 1970s, when the whole Docklands area was still a post-industrial semi-wasteland. The foot-tunnel from Greenwich, under the river, came out into the Isle of Dogs as it used to be, an undeveloped (since the 19th/early 20thC) scene which, after dark especially, was both sinister and interesting. Pubs, some ugly and tacked onto 20thC council housing, a few other pubs quirky and picturesque, those latter very old and far predating the Victorian docks and dock buildings.

In 1979, there was no Canary Wharf, no expanses of new expensive housing, no Docklands Light Railway and, further afield to the east, no London City Airport.

All very different now. Arguably, the part of England that has changed most in the past 40 or so years, in terms of development. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isle_of_Dogs. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_Plaza_(London)

A 2015 aerial view of the Isle of Dogs, already out of date:

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On the left, something most people would not dislike as a modest village or town home; on the right, a hideous monstrosity.

Not that I am against “modern” (post-1918, post-1945?) architecture. Some is extremely worthy. Much is not.

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[Malecon, Havana]

Reminiscent of the Corniche at Alexandria.

Diary Blog, 28 February 2022, with more thoughts about Ukraine, Russia, and the West

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On this day a year ago

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Surely calling those idiots “intellectuals” is a little too kind? That horrible little blot, Harwood, was recently sharing, on Twitter, his revelation that Italy, on a map, looks like a boot!

Almost as good as the “advice” given to the British public in the 1980s by constipated civil servants, to the effect that, in the event of nuclear attack, British people should shelter under a stout table, “protected” by a tablecloth or blanket, and should not forget to keep safe their pension books and bank documents!

As previously blogged, the aim in the medium-term is to get as many people as possible microchipped, probably on the arm or wrist, and get them using that system for all everyday uses: NHS, shopping, travel. Those refusing will be gradually marginalized and, ultimately, probably, detained indefinitely.

Only extreme resistance now, or soon, will prevent this in Western and Central Europe, North America, Australasia, and elsewhere.

As a control mechanism, “the virus” has done most of its job. The majority of the (eg) British population have been proven to be sheep, easily corralled and controlled; in effect, brainwashed. The facemask nonsense was key in doing that.

Of course, a properly-run society would properly punish the likes of Professor Ferguson (or, indeed, laugh at him from the start, and certainly not take him seriously).

Stray thoughts about the increasingly acrid Ukraine situation

Had the Russian forces mounted a properly-planned Blitzkrieg from the start, and thus achieved their main strategic objectives within days, toppling the Jew-Zionist Kiev regime and installing a puppet government de facto over the Kiev region, over that part of Ukraine east of the Dnieper, and over the Black Sea littoral, there would have been no time for the creation of a civilian resistance, and no time for the NWO/ZOG powers of the EU, UK, and North America to respond effectively. Also, the Ukrainian civilians would not have suffered harm, certainly not on the scale that looks likely now.

In the ancient cult of Magna Mater, the candidates for initiation had at one point to wade through a literal bath of blood. Metaphorically, that is where Putin and the Russian forces now are.

Unless they are going to abandon the operation completely, which would not only be humiliating for Putin personally but disastrous for Russia strategically, they have to press on to victory, even though any victory now will be horrible and bitter.

NATO, the EU, even usually-neutral Sweden, and others, are funnelling serious armament into Ukraine now. It will be placed at the disposal of the Kiev regime.

The ground-to-air armament flooding in may deny Russia command of the skies before very long. Even now, Russia’s air force does not seem to be being used as effectively as it could be, and certainly not as ruthlessly as the Americans use theirs.

This situation can only worsen for Russia over time. The only answer will be for Russia to destroy the Kiev regime very soon, whatever it takes. The key players have to be captured or eliminated.

I tremble for the remaining civilian population of Ukraine (and their companion animals). This should never have happened, certainly not in this way.

Supplies of food and fuel must be running out in Kiev. The odds are still in favour of the Russian invaders, if they press forward.

The Russian Army has been hugely upgraded over the past 15 years, but has shown itself incapable of proper staff work and planning. It dithered for weeks (that may have been Putin’s fault), then launched an unimpressive, sluggish and “bitty” invasion that seems to have lacked elan and rigour.

In a way, this incipient debacle is reminiscent of what happened in Karelia in 1939-40.

Stalin would have been shooting generals by now. Putin cannot do that, but he has to reinvigorate this operation before it becomes a manifest and historic defeat.

How is it that a country with (one reads) 4,500 fighter aircraft cannot dominate the skies of one that has fewer than 100?

If Putin and his generals do nothing, or if they withdraw behind Russia’s frontiers, The Kiev regime will be resupplied, its forces upgraded (all paid for by NWO/ZOG states), and before long there will be NATO or NATO-proxy forces stationed only 300 miles from Moscow (Moscow is 300 miles from the Ukrainian border at the nearest point).

The logic of the above is that the Kiev regime must now be toppled by massive force, even though a victory bought at such a price in destruction and suffering could not be other than bitter and even sickening.

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wanda_Landowska]
[Wanda Landowska with Tolstoy, at Yasnaya Polyana]

Ukraine— possible developments

What if Russian forces manage to control the whole area east of the Dnieper, as well as the Kiev area and the Black Sea coast? What then?

If there is a relocation of the Kiev regime to Lvov, with control over the western part of Ukraine, then NATO and the EU will flood it with arms and training staff. Russia, and Putin especially, would then have the choice of coming to some accommodation with that government, or fighting it. The Western allies would presumably keep referring to it as the Government of Ukraine de jure, even if the Russians install a Ukraine government, de facto, in Kiev.

In fact, both such regimes would only, de facto, control about half of of the whole country. Both would be supported as “de jure” governments of the whole by, and only by, their individual patron-states.

It is hard to see any such Lvov regime accepting Russian rule over a third to a half of present Ukraine, and including Kiev. On the other hand, and on present evidence, the Russian forces would seem incapable of taking the whole country, let alone holding it.

It is easy for many to talk about Ukraine as if it is smaller than it is, but Ukraine is about the same size as France. Huge. Nearly three times the size of the whole UK.

As for Kiev, with its 3 million inhabitants, it is —depending on where administrative boundaries are drawn— about the 7th-largest city by population in Europe. Indeed, if one excludes Istanbul, Moscow, and St. Petersburg, the 4th-largest.

Of course, if one includes suburbs outside strict city limits, London and Paris have even larger populations, but that would still mean that Kiev would be the 5th-largest city in Europe (excl. cities in European Turkey and European Russia), after London, Paris, Madrid, and Berlin.

The international situation can only go down from here. On the periphery, biding its time, China…

Time to repost my blog thoughts about the potential necessity of founding a new civilization on the rubble of the old…

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The tweeter is an Arizona state senator.

Would that be “from the horse’s mouth“, or “out of the mouths of babes“?

Analysis on video

This is basically correct.

As that person is saying, Russia is not, as yet anyway, flattening everything in Ukraine, whereas the American idea, seen repeatedly, is to flatten whole cities, regardless of civilian harm.

In any case, Putin does not want to take over a flattened wasteland.The way things are going, though, he may have little choice.

Again, the cold logic seems to lead to a massive attack on the locations of the Kiev regime itself, i.e. on central Kiev, with the aim of decapitating the present government and thus starting to end any mass resistance.

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…unless something is done about it now or soon…

The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan in action.

Better stop him next time, in case he just walks off into DC and gets lost forever. Oh, no… wait a minute…

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Diary Blog, 21 July 2021

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Egregious political chancer George Galloway saying that he is not “antisemitic” because, inter alia, when he was working undercover as a pro-ANC agent in South Africa in the 1980s, Jews were those who provided him with cars, overnight accommodation (and cash?) etc.

At that time, Galloway was General Secretary of War on Want, a supposed charity partly funded (then, though not now, I think) by the British taxpayer. It gets EU monies as well.

Galloway got into trouble over his expenses. He was cleared of actually stealing (embezzling), apparently, but all the same had to repay nearly £2,000 (worth maybe £10,000-£20,000 now). He never sued over allegations in the Daily Mirror that he had been enjoying “a life of luxury” at the expense of War on Want’s donors: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Galloway#War_on_Want.

The point Nick Griffin is making, and justly so, is that Jews are always behind any attacks on white Northern European culture and politics. There they were in South Africa, the Jews, making money, living in large numbers in the most expensive parts of Cape Town and Johannesburg (to the extent that white people in Africa used to call “Jo’burg”, “Jewburg“!), yet at the same time undermining the whole foundation of that society.

Now look at the UK, France, Germany, Scandinavia, USA, Canada, Australia etc…

As for Galloway, how pathetic is it that he, and many like him who are self-describing “Left” or “socialist” types, oppose Jewish hegemony and supremacism in Palestine, yet pay lip-service to Jews and the Jewish “community” in the UK, France etc? Truly pathetic.

On the pseudo-nationalist side of UK politics (as in the USA) you get people, especially those trying to make a living out of their activities, who loudly proclaim their (usually unwanted) allegiance to the Jews and Israel: Katie Hopkins, Breitbart, “Prison Planet” Watson, “Tommy Robinson” (Stephen Yaxley-Lennon), Anne Marie Waters, Jayda Fransen, “Sargon of Akkad” (Carl Benjamin) and others.

Politically-speaking, and in fact usually in general, foolish people. They are political nullities, dependent for their income —and such prominence as they have— on their social media profile. If that is taken away, they have nothing left.

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Before the political midgets currently “ruling” the UK “defy” China in the South China Sea, they should take a look (Wikipedia has overviews) at the relative strengths of the Royal Navy of the UK, as against the Chinese navy. Britain has about 2 or 3 dozen large ships and submarines, and about 170 naval aircraft. The Chinese have some 600 ships and a similar number of naval aircraft. I suppose the idea is that the UK will be a poodle for American power, again…

The absurd irony is that, while Britain is undertaking gestures of the above sort, Chine people are flooding into the UK. Take a look at any British city. Boris-idiot has also invited up to 6 MILLION Hong Kong Chinese to live here.

Yes, they may be, some of them, anti-Peking. Don’t place too much reliance on that. Anyway, the numbers are huge, and will change our whole society.

That (((Myers))) individual used to tweet rubbish about me and others, but went quiet for a while after he was exposed as a pathetic little sex pest a few years ago: https://www.legalcheek.com/2017/11/junior-barrister-whose-inappropriate-behaviour-made-women-feel-uncomfortable-admits-he-got-professional-help-after-metoo-shaming/; https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/gq-fires-rupert-myers-online-allegations-a8009961.html

Law Commission report on proposed changes to the law on communications offences

“The new “harm-based” communications offence
1.33 The offence that we recommend should replace section 127(1) of the CA 2003 and
the MCA 1988 is an offence based on a communication’s potential for harm rather
than on its content fitting within a proscribed category (such as “grossly offensive” or
“indecent” content). Specifically, we recommend that it should be an offence for a
person to send or post a communication (letter, electronic communication, or “article”,
in the sense of “object”) that is likely to cause harm to a likely audience, intending that
harm be caused to that likely audience. “Harm” for this purpose is defined as
psychological harm amounting to at least serious distress.


1.34 This moves the focus away from broad categories of wrongful content, as we see in
the current offences, to a more context-specific analysis: given those who were likely
to see the communication, was harm likely or not likely? This formulation therefore
ensures that, first, communications that are genuinely harmful do not escape criminal
sanction merely because they cannot fit within one of the proscribed categories.
Secondly, communications that lack the potential for harm are not criminalised merely
because they might be described as grossly offensive or indecent etc
.

1.36 The fault element for our recommended offence is set at a higher level of culpability
than is the case under the current law: the defendant must intend to cause serious
distress. Under section 127(1) CA 2003, the defendant need only have intended to
have sent the communication of the proscribed character (ie they need not have
intended any particular result). The MCA 1988 offence requires proof that the
defendant intended to cause alarm or distress, which is the same fault element as
harassment (but, notably, harassment requires a course of conduct, whereas the
communications offence is complete at the point of sending a single communication).
Our threshold is higher; it requires proof that the defendant intended to cause
psychological harm amounting at least to serious distress
.” [Law Commission report]

I have not yet read the full report, but what I have read so far seems to be (and could hardly not be) an improvement on the existing Communications Act 2003, s.127, which has been abused for years by Jew-Zionist cabals. notably the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” (fake charity) crowd.

I contributed (as a member of the public) to that report. What effect (if any) my contribution had, I have no idea. No matter. “The stars in their courses fight on the side of the just” [Chinese proverb].

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I have noticed the same phenomena, more or less, at the Waitrose (the only fairly close local supermarket), a mile or two from my home. I was there yesterday. No-one wearing latex gloves, but 90% or more masked, and I even saw one idiot wearing a helmet with a visor, as though Ebola virus was about, rather than Covid-19 (which has killed about one in every thousand people in the UK, and a far smaller proportion where I live). Different ages, but the vast majority at least of retirement age, reflecting the age-demographic locally (and especially true of local Waitrose shoppers).

Introduce that tyrant to Madame Guillotine.

The history of the middle and late 20thC would have been very different had that come to pass.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_Marples#Flight_to_Monaco; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_Marples; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beeching_cuts.

[David: Napoleon Crossing the Alps; an example of the choleric temperament]