I make no apology for posting, not for the first time, the above documentary about M.R. James, finely-narrated by the late Bill Wallis. Maybe it is not quite the right time of year (autumn, or winter, might be better), but never mind.
Hard to think of a better way to spend 50 peaceful minutes on, as it might be, a quiet evening or even afternoon.
Monsters, that couple— just look at them. They may be —and I mean this to be taken literally— not human. Creatures of darkness.
“We are entering an era of mass fuel poverty and ‘warm banks’ – and complacent leaders have left a dangerous political vacuum.
The surreal, often absurd Conservative leadership election meanders on. Both candidates frantically float ideas for disrupting everything from university term dates to doctors’ pensions, while the Sunday Telegraph endorses Liz Truss as “the first truly philosophy-driven leader since Margaret Thatcher”, and Rishi Sunak stoically insists that he loves dancing. But we all know the gravity of the crisis that is now enveloping us, and it makes the vanities of their battle seem like some strange hallucination related to the summer’s stifling heat.
By the autumn, the victor – Truss, in all likelihood – may well be still trying to convince us that they are leading a national sprint towards sunlit uplands that only they can see. But the game is already up: the immediate future will be defined by skyrocketing energy prices, economic woe and a profound social emergency – and power will be a grinding matter of crisis management.
The unavoidable truth is that the United Kingdom is in such a fragile, frayed state that it can no longer keep its people warm or adequately feed them. Until that gnawing injustice is addressed, politics will continue to teeter into the absurd.“
If only there were a credible social-national movement! If there were, we could be in power within a couple of years, and then start to do what has to be done. As it is, we are mere spectators, as the System is about to implode. We cannot, as things are, use events to bring about what we want.
Still, we may yet see the day.
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I was there 40-50 years ago…
Yes. Ironic, nicht wahr? Turns out that the “nazis” are and to a large extent always were the “good guys”…
The propaganda of the international conspiracy gets both filthier and more evident daily.
More about the police and their priorities in the Britain of 2022
I had not previously heard of this particular MP. Her background: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dehenna_Davison. Leaving aside Brexit (which I favoured but which was ruinously executed from the start by the Conservative Party idiot-ministers, including “Boris”), she seems to be in favour of simplistic cut-throat capitalism, which is a pity, because more MPs should have her less than silver-spoon background (in her case, working intermittently when younger in a Pizza Hut, a betting shop etc).
I doubt that she will be an MP for much longer.
Part-Jew, and former desk officer in the Army.
Hm…”self-sufficient“? Not in the EU or UK, where farmers are a heavily-subsidized industry.
If they don’t sign up to all that scheiss, they don’t get far in the System political world. The trans nonsense is just part of it, together with climate change via CO2 emissions, anti-“racism”, pro-Jew/Israel-ism, the multikulti society, the various “Covid” nonsense(s) (facemask nonsense etc), and so on.
The “Boris” departure yesterday: what a quasi-Levantine pack of nonsense, with the new-ish wife, and small child, wheeled out for the approval of the various guests and hangers-on. Why did “Boris” not expostulate “eez nice…nice“, in the manner of the late Bruce Forsyth, or sundry Mediterranean restaurateurs?
The UK was once quite renowned for the probity of its administrative and political system, even when the politicians were not intrinsically very honest (in some cases). Now? More than a whiff of the Orient, or the old East European ghettoes, permeates our politics and civil service.
“More than 700 Ukrainians have been given a place to stay in Gloucestershire under the Homes for Ukraine scheme.
The government initiative allows UK residents to sponsor named Ukrainian nationals, with more than 1,000 applications received in the county.
Excel fled Ukraine when Russia invaded and said the Gloucestershire community has been “really helpful”.
Excel, who worked as a gynaecologist and cancer specialist in Kyiv, has so far been unable to find work in the UK, but said that since moving near to Stroud, “everyone has been really friendly”.
He said he planned to just go to west Ukraine with his wife and mother-in-law, but they were forced to keep going until he hit the Polish border, a journey that would normally take six hours, but ended up taking four days.“
So…he “hit the Polish border“, and then suddenly found himself in…the Cotswolds…
I wonder how many of the dwindling audience of the BBC actually believe this horseshit?
Anyway, that’s one house in Gloucestershire (either now or soon) which will not be available to struggling British people…
Why could he not return to his native Nigeria? Rhetorical question, of course. He has no intention of ever leaving the UK.
“Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad“. UK, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands. Others too.
Thanks to blog commentator “nativewarrior14” for that information.
“Picked up off theKent coast“…Oh yes? How far “off” the coast would that be? 10 miles? More?
Soon, even poor weather will not hamper the invasion, as larger rubber boats and RIBs are used. Even now, it can be seen that about 30 are arriving on each boat.
The 900 that arrived on Thursday and Friday will now “have to be” found accommodation, food, spending money, NHS medical care, other services, and few of them will ever be more than a burden to the British people.
What about the past two days, Saturday and Sunday? The same? Another 900?
I do not even need to bet (because I know) that the same quasi-traitors who support the migration-invasion are the same virtue-signalling hypocrites who will soon be crying about how the NHS is “under-resourced”, about how the police are “under-resourced”, about how there is a worsening housing crisis in the UK; and so on.
The government want to keep power so they force the modellers to make models in order to justify their power and have the country turn a blind eye.
Quite right. I can recall, almost every year for decades (literally decades, about 25 years), the NHS having a “winter crisis”. Long before “Covid”.
The “panicdemic” is not only convenient as a way of introducing a police state under another guise; it is also convenient for the very poorly-administered NHS. It supplies a narrative: “we are swamped by Covid!” OK, so that’s your excuse in 2021 and for 2020. So, er, what was the reason the NHS was “in crisis” for almost all of the preceding 25 winters?
Not that I am opposed to the NHS, meaning public healthcare free at point of use. I heard secondhand a (thought credible) story about a lady somewhere (I forget where exactly) in the USA, who developed, many years ago, a serious problem with hearing (and had had a problem since birth) and, because her health insurance, which she actually had, would not cover it, had been extremely restricted in her enjoyment of life. For years.
It seems that that lady was finally able to get the (actually pathetically small) amount of money required recently, but how sad that, for lack of a very small amount of money (less than £3,000 in UK money), she was so handicapped for many years.
No-one sensible wants to replace the existing health services with a “pay or die” system. However, something needs to change.
The principle of the NHS is good, but the NHS lost its way sometime in the Blair-Brown years, 10-20 years ago. Maladministration. Callousness. Lack of proper direction.
The migration invasion has made matters much worse.
Answer: because the part-Jew, part-Levantine clown and public entertainer who should be “running the country” is incapable of doing so, and should never have risen higher than backbench MP level, if that.
“is it becuz Claudia Webbe is black, a woman, and an MP?” Answers on a postcard…and then you see agonized articles in the New Statesman, or Guardian, speculating as to why people will still not vote “Labour” even now that “nasty uncle Adolf” (Corbyn) has been replaced by nice safe (it is claimed) Keir Starmer.
Starmer is not a “supporter of terrorism” (except Israeli state terrorism”, and the kind of Jewish sub-terrorism that we have seen in the UK in the past); likewise, Starmer is not “an anti-Semite”…I have no doubt that that is so! Good grief, he even has a Jewish wife, and children being brought up as if fully-Jewish!
Seems, however, that that sort of claim cuts little mustard with the voting public. True, the opinion polls now show “Labour” ahead of the equally-misnamed “Conservatives”, but then look at this shambles of a government!
The word “omnishambles” could have been coined for this mis-government. Indeed, the word is not even strong enough.
I have reposted a few tweets with which I agree, but it is disturbing that someone apparently at a “leading university” can compose a sentence such as “twitters self proclaimed education correspondent” without an apostrophe or a hyphen in sight. Sign of the times.
I have already made a few comments today, and yesterday, and the day before, about the Labour Party. The fact is that those opinion polls are only favourable to Labour by default. The North Shropshire result cannot just be ignored on the argument that “…because Labour never wins there“.
Even taking into account tactical voting (which obviously took place), the North Shropshire result was very poor for Labour. For one thing, why was Labour not the chosen tactical vote recipient? Why the LibDems? In the past, even in the last (2019) election for the seat, in fact in the last three elections (2019, 2017, 2015), Labour, not the LibDems, came in in second place.
Indeed, the LibDems have only come second in the constituency twice, in 2010 and in 1992. In all others, in third place, often a distant third.
The LibDem vote in North Shropshire was only 10% in 2019, and even lower (5.3%) in 2017. In fact, even in the 2010 days of “Cleggmania”, the LibDem vote only reached 20.9% (with Labour on 18.1%).
The sheer ineptitude of the Boris Johnson misgovernment is obviously a factor, going beyond even that of previous Conservative and Labour governments but, even so, something more is going on here. Labour has lost not only credibility, but relevance, raison d’etre.
There is no “industrial proletariat”, just an increasingly raceless (in the cities) and cultureless “precariat”. “Labour”-label speaks for (or at least to) mainly those with public sector jobs, to the blacks (those that even bother to vote) and to some of the “browns”, esp. Pakistanis etc. Not really to any other group of any size.
The Labour MPs are largely seen as useless. Some of the black women are especially poor, but they are not alone. A significant number of Labour MPs have been convicted, arrested, or suspended in the past year alone.
It is always hard to predict a General Election in the UK, bearing in mind the crazy First Past The Post voting system, and the contrived boundaries of constituencies, but to my mind we are heading into hung Parliament territory again. That nearly happened (again) in 2019, but Labour’s collapsed vote (a collapse of 8 points) enabled the Conservative Party (the vote of which increased by 1 point) to get an 80-seat majority.
If, next time, the Labour vote collapses further, but the Conservative vote also falls, the LibDems may manage to pick up a number of Conservative seats. Maybe…but with the Conservatives still left holding, probably, a plurality of seats.
I would not totally write off the Conservative Party just yet, poor though the “Conservatives” are, if Boris-idiot is binned. There is still a lot of traditional, ingrained, support for the Conservatives, especially in rural and southern England, whereas in the traditionally Labour areas, support for Labour has ebbed away, or eroded. I cannot see Keir Starmer and his Labour Friends of Israel front bench reversing that trend.
“Boris” is now a dead weight for the Conservative Party. If he is removed, the party, poor though it is, must be a match for equally-poor Labour.
The “Covid” “laws”, “rules”, “measures” and general nonsense have also weakened support for Con Party (and for Labour, which has weakly followed and supported the Conservative Government).
As for the LibDems, few vote for them, as such. People are voting against the major System parties.
My view since the days of the Con Coalition of 2010-2015, that the LibDems are finished, still holds, despite Amersham, despite North Shropshire. The only question is when the last LibDem MP will go, and that will not happen while the Conservative Party is as toxic as it now is, because the LibDems will be there as “alternative”, particularly where Labour is sliding and/or has no chance.
This should be a good moment for social-nationalism, but there is no social-national party, and no real movement.
The superficially-educated ignorant
Watched an episode of TheChase from a few years ago. Probably the worst team I have seen. One woman seemed to know nothing at all, literally nothing (except how to walk and speak), while another, a young woman with a degree in English, and who was going to be doing a master’s degree in magazine journalism, was frighteningly ignorant for someone with at least 16 years of full-time education (and who wanted to start her own magazine!). She thought that Elizabeth I was the grandmother of Tsaritsa Alexandra of Russia (it was Victoria, as all my readers will know)! She also thought that the famously affluent Thameside village of Bray is in Sussex (it’s Berkshire). There were even worse answers from her, but I have already forgotten them.
Needless to say, that team won no money, but I was left, as I often am, concerned about the state of this country, and about the cultural-educational level of the population.
It especially concerns me that —it often seems— the least-educated young people are going either into teaching or into journalism.
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There are secret cabals, often with occult bases, pursuing specific lines of attack in the msm. Only an informed investigative force can even begin to identify the culprits and deal with them.
I still wonder whether Farage got a huge offshore payoff for his treachery to his own followers during the 2019 General Election. I should not be surprised if he gets a peerage (as well) in the “Boris” resignation honours list. Claire Fox getting one must have been a kind of down-payment, or declaration of intent.
Piers Morgan— a major System mouthpiece. What a disgusting sentiment he tweeted, too, apart from being totally illogical. I suppose that one should not expect too much from a broadcaster whose education peaked with his attendance (on a journalism course) at Harlow College of Further Education, Essex.
As if GPs and A&E personnel know anything much in detail about the virus(es) or the agenda behind the vaccine(es).
“For what does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his own soul?“…
If you just step back and look at what has happened to our society specifically in the past nearly 2 years, it is more than alarming; one could say frightening. The 2022-2055 agenda is already clearly readied by the secret cabals and ruling circles: travel restrictions, political repression, mass elimination, microchips under the skin to track and control hundreds of millions of people on both a mass and an individual basis, while at the same time tearing apart European race, culture, and way of life.
This will not be opposed, not at all effectively, by actions such as marches, vigils, letters to newspapers, tweets, blogs etc.
“PROFESSOR CARL HENEGHAN: I’m a GP on the frontline, and I don’t think we’re overwhelmed with Covid” [Mail on Sunday]
This police habit, that is of relatively recent usage, of arresting fairly innocuous suspects in the middle of the night, or early in the morning (by which I mean before 0900 hrs) has become ingrained.
When I was at the practising Bar, I was asked once (around 2002) to advise in a case (a potential action against the police) involving a woman accused of having (though never charged with having) thrown a stone at a neighbour’s car following an incident connected with an ongoing local problem over limited parking space in a close.
In fact, that woman never was charged, and there was in fact no evidence that anyone had thrown a stone, nor even that the damage had been caused by a stone: the slight damage to the car may anyway have occurred by accident, without human agency.
The point is that that woman (a married mother of school-age children, and a medical secretary without previous convictions of any kind) was arrested at 0700 in her own home, at a time when she and her family were half-awake and about to have breakfast. She was taken away in front of her young daughters, and held in a police station for about 5 hours before being released without charge.
I think that there have to be placed statutory curbs on this kind of police behaviour. There are of course dangerous offenders, or fugitives, who may have to be arrested at night, and without any warning, who may be armed, or who may be planning an imminent attack of some sort. Any other kind of suspect should be arrested at a civilized hour and in a civilized way. Indeed, it was not necessary to have arrested the woman in my story at all, and I suspect that the same is true of Piers Corbyn.
Who cares whether it is “racist”? “Racist” = “culturally and genetically healthy”!
It was not wrong of the person posing as PM to hold a reception or party; what was wrong was that he and his fellow clowns prevented, by law, “ordinary citizens” from doing the same. The hypocrisy, and “entitlement”, and mendacity was wrong too.
The mask of Evil is coming off all over Europe now, and beyond.
Wouldn’t it be great to see these people (MPs, ministers, msm drones too) dragged away, and then transported East?…
If Greta Thunberg did not exist, it would be necessary for the international conspiracy to invent her. Oh, no, wait…
Another interesting video
Tweets seen today
I did not know that that trial had started; if it has concluded, I have seen no report of it. As of today, she is still tweeting:
I hope that the Welsh teaching contingent teach the children of Wales how much better Africa was when Europeans ruled most of it. Especially between 1945 and until European colonies ceased to exist in the 1960s and 1970s. I doubt that that will be taught, though…
Claudia Webbe is ignorant, and as thick as two short planks.
If people never speak, they cannot spread “subversive” ideas such as free speech, freedom of expression, or the idea that Europe would be far better without (((certain elements))).
I rather like the tweets of @EternalEnglish. I urge any readers with Twitter accounts to follow that account while they can, before (((the usual suspects))) have it expunged. I might not agree with all of what he says, but, adapting the lyrics of “Meatloaf”, “nine out of ten ain’t bad”.
[Update, 3 October 2022: as I feared, the Jew lobby has now had tweeter “@EternalEnglish” removed from Twitter].
When I was a barrister practising from chambers in Exeter (2002-2008), I had contact with some of the Devon (and East Cornwall) hunting/shooting country set. Not necessarily “bad people”, but not particularly “good” either. Overall, just rather backward in terms of attitude, I should say.
(Q: is “laughter the best medicine”?)
I am no medic, but there has been, from the start, something not right about the whole System narrative around the Covid-19 “panicdemic”.
First of all, in early 2020, we were told that this was something almost akin to the 1970s British TV series, Survivors (no relation to the funny Alison Chabloz banned song of the same name): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Survivors_(1975_TV_series); incidentally, writing this, I notice that Survivors was remade in 2008, still with the same idea, i.e. that a Chinese lab releases a deadly virus, which spreads worldwide, changing everything…makes you think.
So, anyway, we were all thoroughly frightened in early 2020. However, measures such as the facemask nonsense were not implemented in the UK for about another 7 months. In some parts of Europe, notably Sweden, there was no panic, no facemask nonsense, all the bars and offices stayed open, and —quelle surprise— outcomes were better than in the UK and the other panicked parts of Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Belgium etc).
Since then we have seen that, in the world as a whole (even on the very inflated and misapplied statistics used), maybe 5 million people have died of or, rather, with “the virus”, which figure sounds huge but is out of 8 BILLION people. In other words, roughly one person out of every 1,800.
In fact, most of the deceased had other life-threatening problems anyway, many have been very aged (thus with low immunity), and many have become part of the death-statistics simply because they had (unreliable) positive tests for “the virus” up to a month prior to their death (which might even have been in a car accident). Absurd.
The UK is now going to be hit with poverty and restriction thanks to the policies applied for nearly two years by part-Jew chancer “Boris” and Indian “clever boy” Rishi Sunak. Pensioners are going to be hit as far as they can be without alienating their mainly pro-Conservative Party votes entirely; taxes overall will be increased by stealth as far as possible.
Huge amounts that could have been spent improving infrastructure and/or the environment have been just squandered on nothing much, squandered for no reason.
The crazed “furlough” payments and other policies did not come free of charge, though the masses probably, in fact clearly, assumed that they did.
Interesting. Even less favourable than I would have assumed. A small sample, though.
A far larger sample than with the previous tweets, but once you adjust for the inbuilt Remainer bias on Twitter, the result is, in reality, probably not far off 50-50 again.
Keep chucking a few msm crumbs at Ash Sarkar and her cohorts, and the System will have no trouble from them, none at all. Give her a regular TV slot, and she will say (and probably do) almost anything…
Meanwhile, and while free speech in the UK is being destroyed by, mainly, Jew-Zionists, the BBC has seen fit to make a TV drama series, Ridley Road, portraying Jew terrorists, gangsters, and other thugs of the 1960s, as heroes.
Britain: the view from New York
A girl I once knew had a Jamaican record, the lyrics of which went something like “Execute de corruptors!“…
As Labour is now, its only hope of office is to get to within about 50-60 seats of a Commons majority, and then to make a compact of some sort with the SNP and its MPs (numbering, at present, 45). However, the SNP would only make such a compact on the firm understanding of an early Indyref Mark 2. If that were to happen, and if, then, the SNP won such a second “indyref”, then the UK would break up, the SNP would no longer be in the Commons at all, and Labour as a party of government would be history.
Good point from Hitchens here. The point is valid also in respect of the Second World War. In the UK, great strides were being made in the 1930s in the areas of town planning, housing etc; the Depression poverty of the North was certainly not replicated in the South of England, generally speaking, certainly not in the late 1930s. The War spoiled much of the good that was happening. Britain only started to recover from its pyrrhic victory from or after 1955.
A very truncated blog post today (by reason of a computer connection problem), so I shall write a little tonight, then add more tomorrow.
While running a few errands yesterday (in the American phrase), I saw quite a few silly people still wearing masks even outdoors, including several people wearing them while walking on a clifftop overlooking the Channel! In a strong breeze of at least 15 mph, at that! I saw one family, a man, woman and two small children, all masked on the clifftop! They must have noticed my gaze, or realized the absurdity of their behaviour, because I noticed that when they walked back 10 minutes later, only the woman was still wearing the mask.
Admittedly, most people were not wearing the masks outdoors, but in a Tesco supermarket about 6 miles from my home, more wearing masks than not. However, no-one looked oddly at unmasked me, let alone said some, or any, virtue-signalling nonsense.
I get the impression that, now, the facemasks are less about any perceived (wrongly imagined) health benefits and more about saying “look, I am a member of the virtue-signallers’ tribe”…
Oddly, in view of the fact that most Jews (at least on Twitter) seem to be facemask zealots, I saw a horrible-looking Jewish woman unmasked; not at that supermarket, but in a large village somewhat inland; she was with not only three small children (one actually wearing one of those skullcaps…a yarmulka?), but also two even younger ones, pushed in a double pushchair. None were masked, in fact. An unpleasant sight all the same. An unusual thing to see in this part of the world.
Never believe anything “they” say…
Having said that, I wonder whether Israel can be eliminated within the next, say, 10 years? If so, the centre of the worldwide web would be gone. That would certainly be strategically-good news.
Society is moving towards the individual becoming totally dependent on centralized control.
5 August 2021
Now that Fiona Onasanya is no longer an MP, Claudia Webbe may be the flag-carrier for thick-as-two-short-planks non-white female MPs in the Commons. Painfully thick.
Those three cities have a combined population of over 13 million, over half of the entire population of Australia.
…and her finger on the trigger…
I was blogging about this 2 years ago, when the first Boris Johnson Cabinet was announced.
So now we have a Chinaman to add to the ever-increasing list of foreigners barking out orders to the British people, and wanting to 'jab' our children with poison. pic.twitter.com/tdGWafIBFV
When the country is under occupation and alien rule, rebellion is a duty.
Ha. Quite. Seems that the holes in cloth masks are 500,000x the size of “Covid-19” particles. In other words, facemasks are all but pointless. The main reason millions of “rabbits” are still wearing them (many even outside!) is because those deluded people want to proclaim that they are members of the tribe and/or good compliant citizen-serfs.
A couple of days ago, I saw two teenage girls, maybe 16-17, talking on the high street of a small town. Strong sunshine, a fairly strong breeze, no people anywhere near them either, and they were both wearing facemasks! One black mask and one polka dot mask. The masks did not match their outer clothing, anyway! Why were they behaving like that? God knows. Social conditioning. MSM conditioning. Such people are beyond reach. I drove on, shaking my head…
The illicit purported “laws” are now in place. Should the government of clowns want to mandate facemasks again, say in November, or December, 2021, and on some spurious biosecurity ground, they will be able to do so, and millions of citizen-serfs will obey, at once.
“Bronco Bullfrog@BroncoBullfrog_·Replying to @jackscht and @MaierVivThis is the tiny memorial to honour the British men and women killed by Zionist terrorists in Palestine. It was funded by the families of those killed because the British government refused to pay for it.”
That Jewess at bottom right is now the Israeli Ambassador in London!
[note: the tweet seems to have been removed]
I think that we know that, almost certainly, what is now starting can only end one way…
Alok Sharma MP, born in Agra (India). Went to my own former school (Reading Blue Coat School, Sonning, Berkshire) but a decade or so after me.
I agree…(the American phrase, though, is “don’t get mad— get even”…)
In the end, only a synthesis of old-style National Socialism with new social nationalism, the better aspects of old-style socialism, and the less raw aspects of private enterprise, all combined in a new way, can save Europe now.
Amusing clip from Gilad Atzmon, though nearly four years old now. As for Rachel Eden, who tried so hard to get into the good books of the Zionists, she never did manage to get elected as MP, though she was selected as candidate for Reading West in 2019; she did worse than had Labour’s 2017 candidate, despite the fact that the Conservative (Alok Sharma) got almost the exact same percentage of the vote in both 2017 and 2018: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reading_West_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s.
Part of the soundtrack of my life c.1972. I rather like TV themes. Another early favourite, but from 1965/1966 (when I was 9) was that of Riviera Police:
A better recording:
I am very sorry to hear about the devastating fires in Turkey. I visited Turkey and Northern Cyprus a few times in the 1990s, and also in 2001 (when I drove to Turkey from the UK and spent 3 months living in Fethiye, on the Mediterranean coast). I hope that this terrible series of fires will be extinguished soon.
Remembrance of times past: I recall my mother playing that (on a gramophone, not a piano!); early 1960s, in between her watching Wimbledon on a black and white TV, the curtains of the French windows closed tightly against the July sun. A softer performance of Chopin, though, by Benno Moisewitsch [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benno_Moiseiwitsch]
As I blogged yesterday, for a government to say “not wearing facemasks is not now unlawful but you really should wear one and are expected to wear one” is not only dishonest but trashes the whole concept of the rule of law as understood for the past several centuries. To use social conformity, whipped on by endless msm propaganda, to coerce people into not doing something notunlawful, is a form of tyranny.
Exactly. In fact, the figure may well be far higher. When my mother-in-law, in her late 90s, was admitted to hospital (for a fracture) earlier this year, she was regularly tested for “the virus” during her several weeks there. After a couple of weeks, she tested positive, though showing no symptoms. She was discharged about 2 weeks later. Had she died within 28 days of that positive test, even had she been run down by a car, she would have been part of the lying government statistics, as someone who “died within 28 days of a positive test”.
What I find shocking is how easily even quite intelligent people, supposedly educated people, have been muzzled into conformity. Not only conformity of action (eg the facemask nonsense) but conformity of thought.
The final stage: students told not only what will be questioned on the exam papers, but exactly how to answer…
The System is already inventing enemies. Labelling organizations. Whipping up fear in the msm. Then any individual who is to be repressed can be incarcerated merely by the police and CPS asserting that he or she either belongs to said one or another organization or “supports” it. We have already seen much of that over the past few years.
In fact there is no “far right” “terrorism” in the UK. Young men talking big in public bars, and/or buying such materiel as samurai swords, does not constitute “terrorism” or even the preparation, and certainly not effective preparation, of or for it.
Well, I myself have taken no interest in the said Schauspiel-for-the-masses, but from what I have read here and there, tweeter “@Episode1point0” may well be correct.
13 July 2021
Ridiculous bad-joke MP Claudia Webbe, trying to repress freedom of expression. She does not even know that the phrase she struggles to use is “free rein”, not “free reign“.
A tweet from years ago, but the photograph is too beautiful to ignore.
From those ancient times when North Africa was ruled by those of post-Aryan origin…
First, all cars will be electric. Second, all cars will have computer/radar/microwave control and tracking. All under the guise of health and safety. The 2021 “track and trace” nonsense is but a primitive foreshadowing of all this. A society where the “humanoid insect” will be trackable at all times, when all communications will be monitored (for “criminal” communications such as anything “racist”, rebellious (etc). Third step will be centralized control, so that any car can be stopped by authorities at will, and the occupants abducted or neutralized.
Conspiracy theory? Ha…
I swam there in the early 1960s, when I was maybe 9 years old.
In the decadent days of the Roman imperium, the plebs were distracted by bread and circuses, while the equally decadent upper classes occupied themselves with “celebrity” sportsmen, chefs, and so on. As Hegel wrote, “the lesson of history is that people do not learn the lessons of history” (or something of the sort).
She did “a master’s degree in race and ethnic relations at Birkbeck, University of London” [Wikipedia]. I wonder whether she was taught (nonsense) by Jew Zionist Twitter troll @bengidley (aka @inthesoupagain, @antinazisunited, @bobfrombrockley etc)?
“She was selected as the Labour candidate for Leicester East for the 2019 general election. Her selection resulted in the resignation of the Constituency Labour Party chair, who described it as “a fix”, and some in the local British Indian community were angry that one of their candidates was not interviewed. Webbe was elected with a majority of 6,019. This compared with a 22,428 Labour majority in the seat in 2017.” [Wikipedia].
I suppose that if you were to call Jews, blacks, South Asians, even Roma Gypsies or Irish tinker “travellers”, “a terrible race” who should be restricted to one child per family, you would probably soon find the Jews (especially) or others making malicious complaints to the police or others about you; you might even find yourself a defendant in court, charged under some Mickey Mouse law such as Communications Act 2003, s.127. Not, though, if the people described are white British people, and not if the person saying the offending words is Bill Oddie, or Jo Brand, or some Jewish talking head or scribbler…
Incidentally, Bill Oddie is not exactly sharing a hutch in one of the new “British” neo-slum areas with a poverty-stricken multikulti population. No, he lives in Hampstead, where the negative effects of the multikulti society can be insulated-out by those with enough money.
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The type of eccentric (?) G.K. Chesterton [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._K._Chesterton] would have liked. Chesterton wrote about “good Christian inns“. Incidentally, has Chesterton become an unperson now? True, he sometimes talks about Jews and “n******” in his Father Brown stories, so maybe that is the problem the msm have with dramatizing them. All the same, I do not think they have ever been properly filmed for TV. Rather like Raffles, and other stories, by Hornung. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._J._Raffles_(character). Hard to film credibly.
Stephen Pollard, Editor of the Jewish Chronicle, disliked what a tweeter previously unknown to him had written (tweeted) about the very obvious Jewish influence and control over the Labour Party (under puppet-leader Keir Starmer, though it was equally true under Blair and Brown).
So what did Pollard do? Accept an opinion on Twitter as “free speech” or “freedom of expression on matters political (etc)”? Oh, no no! He turned snooper, found out that the tweeter was an accountant, then took it upon himself to write to the chief of that person’s firm, in order to get the tweeter sacked (which, it seems, was what happened).
Pollard seems to have had no regard at all for the possibility that that tweeter might have others dependent on his earnings. Well, what does one expect from “them”, really?…Compassion? Hardly…and for a Jewish supremacist, criticism of Jews is the worst imaginable crime, bar that of actually noting the fact that an individual is Jewish…
Pollard actually is a straggler in that regard. Alison Chabloz was sacked a number of years ago from her job with a German cruise line after she was stalked and harassed by a certain Jewish woman from North London, and others. It was after that persecution that Alison Chabloz became noticeably or more “anti-Semitic” online, in fact.
Come to it, I myself was disbarred in 2016 after a pack of Jews made complaint against me (in 2014), based on some tweets I had tweeted. In my case, I had left the practising Bar in 2008 anyway (so in reality had no job or profession to lose), but even knowing that did not stop “them”. Oh, no no…they wanted their pound of flesh. Not just my disbarment, but the msm publicity that followed. Pour encourager les autres. Subtlety is not their metier, in most cases.
Anyone unaware of the matter can just google “Ian Millard barrister”! At least for the msm story. The Jewish Chronicle (under Pollard) also featured my disbarment.
As for the tweets that had me disbarred (after an impeccably fair-seeming but actually completely rigged process), they numbered only five in the end. They were all true, and have all stood well the test of time.
For example, I called the then President of France, Sarkozy, something like “a corrupt gesticulating little Jew”. The most recent news I heard about the little bastard (in fact apparently only a half-Jew, so I was wrong to that extent) is that he was on trial for corruption alongside a Jew businessman…
Oh, and one of my other supposedly “offensive” tweets was about Michael Gove, to whom I referred in some such terms as “a pro-Zionist, pro-Jew, expenses cheat“. All true of course. At that time, Gove had not yet been publicly exposed as a cocaine abuser and drunk. He was even filmed drugged or drunk in the House of Commons a couple of years ago; swaying and staggering! In 2016, only his cronies in the Westminster Bubble knew about all his long-term cocaine abuse (especially when he was an influential journalist, paid well by the Lugenpresse or, if you like, Judenpresse).
Actually, I am waiting to see why his (I think part-Jewish) wife, Sarah Vine, is divorcing him. More drink and drugs? Women? (seems unlikely). God knows what will emerge…
Sarkozy, Gove, and others (of a far lesser prominence). It’s almost as if those whom I dislike come to premature or bad ends. Co-incidence, no doubt.
I called it wrong. My view, up to the morning of the by-election, was that the Conservative Party would hang on, though probably with a smallish majority. After all, even in the Labour landslide (perceived landslide, at least) of 1997, the Con vote in the constituency topped 50%, and the expenses-blodging of the Con MP made no difference at all in 2010 (60.4%).
Yesterday, during the day of the by-election, I saw from news and tweets that the LibDems were showing strongly, but I still did not think that, on balance, they could dislodge the Conservatives, who had held the seat with ease since its creation in 1974.
I was not alone in guessing at a likely successful Con defence. Here was the Chief Political Correspondent of the Financial Times, tweeting only yesterday afternoon…
…and that tweet was retweeted by Britain Elects [@BritainElects].
Now we know. The LibDem vote-share more than doubled to 56.7%. The Con vote slumped to 35.5% (from 55.4% in 2019).
The Green Party candidate managed third place, though losing her deposit; she scored 3.9%, poor compared to 2019’s 5.5%.
The Labour Party lost its deposit for the first time in the history of the constituency, scoring only 1.6% (compared to 12.9% in 2019). Only 622 votes, on a turnout of over 38,000.
Of the remaining four candidates, only Reform Party, the lame-duck successor to Brexit Party, scored above 1% (1.1%). Breakthrough Party 0.5%; Freedom Alliance 0.4% and, very much “tail-end Charlie”, Rejoin EU (0.3%). The last’s candidate, one-time Foreign Office man (and 1990s Con MEP) Brendan Donnelly, had made what must surely have been the least-convincing argument to the voters, i.e. that nothing could be done to help Chesham and Amersham people until the UK rejoined the EU!
My thoughts on the by-election, now that the results are known? First, of course, that this was the convergence of several factors such as, most importantly, the prevalence of tactical voting.
Former or otherwise Labour and Green voters seem to have taken the view that their preferred candidate was not going to win, and so they voted LibDem as the least-worse of the two main options.
Local factors (the usual LibDem strong suit) played a part: the trashing of the Green Belt by the present “Borshch Belt” government; the subservience of the “Conservative” government to the big housebuilding companies and their featureless tracts of expensive but unaesthetic housing; the continuing of the pointless and vandalistic HS2 rail project.
Turnout was low, about 52% (two-thirds of that of the 2019 General Election). Many former Conservative voters, perhaps angry at the HS2 situation, and/or the Con plans to build on the local Green Belt, seem to have stayed home.
My main interest in the by-election was to see how far Labour would slump. I correctly predicted from the start that Labour would lose its deposit, but I had envisaged a vote-share of just below 5%, not one well below 2%!
I suppose that Labour officials will be saying that Labour voters simply “lent their votes” to the LibDems, tactically. Some truth in that, of course, but for me the story is that Labour is very much on the way out now, and is perceived as a niche party rather than as an alternative government.
The result at Chesham and Amersham certainly reinforces the view that Labour has nothing at all to offer most English people, and that most English people are alert to that fact.
I have blogged fairly prolifically about Labour’s loss of a role and a purpose in the post-1989 space. What is extraordinary is that Labour’s remaining supporters do not see what is in front of their eyes. For them, there are two main System parties, and Labour is one of them, and all they need to do is wait until the pendulum swings back their way.
In reality, Labour has lost Scotland forever, and any “Independence” (however defined) will mean that Labour would not even be able to form a UK coalition or minority government with SNP support. The 59 Scottish seats are vital.
The breakdown of the old Labour-voting industrial communities in the North and Midlands, and in Wales, leaves Labour like a spare guest at a festivity.
One could imagine that a charismatic Labour leader with real ideas might be able to reinvent Labour, perhaps along the lines of Blue Labour [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Labour], a kind of very watered-down “national socialism” in an English context.
There is no sign at present that Labour can do that. Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer is as dull as ditchwater, and has no interesting ideas at all politically or socially, like most barristers. Corbyn got halfway there, despite being not too intelligent and being almost uneducated.
Corbyn was too weak on the Jewish Question or “JQ”, while Starmer is just a complete puppet. Both also subscribe to the pathetic “Black Lives Matter” nonsense. Starmer was photographed on his knee, with Angela Rayner, displaying fealty to the nonsense. At least Boris-idiot has not done that!
Labour is now basically a party for some ethnic minorities, for some NHS and other public service employees, and for the sort of unthinking pseudo-“socialists” found on Twitter.
Could there be similar upsets? I suppose so, if there is dissatisfaction with the Conservatives, a by-election, and a seat where there is a strong LibDem presence but also where Labour and others have no real chance of success. However, I doubt that the LibDems are really reviving across the board.
Ha ha! The sort of unthinking nonsense one would expect from that sort of creature. She managed to get to the age of about 30 without ever having had a job, after which she got in on the old “anti-racism” and local councillor freebie system. She is presently awaiting trial on a serious charge…”Vote Labour!”(if you are an idiot!)… [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudia_Webbe].
I was looking on Oddschecker Political for odds around current UK politics. I see that the betting is that “Boris” will depart from Downing Street next year (2021). That is the favourite bet, followed by this year! Few are willing to bet that he will still be there in 2022, 2023, or 2024.
I cannot say that I am surprised. Recently, I saw someone deflated, someone who has achieved a lifetime ambition only to find that it has turned to ashes in his hands.
“Boris” never was fitted to be a Prime Minister, or any kind of minister. For all his spouting of rote-learned Latin and Greek tags etc, he has not the intellectual horsepower; neither has he any real ideas. In fact, “Boris” is unsuitable in every possible way.
When the time comes, we shall know what to do with such elements.
Look at that: the “British” police will brutalize a British (i.e. white) middleaged woman, but they will kneel down in surrender to a mob of blacks, and will do the bidding of a pack of organized Jews such as the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”, which has suborned senior officers of several forces.
Amazingly, malicious and useless Sadiq Khan is still second or third favourite to become Labour leader after Starmer (according to Oddschecker)!
True (though I notice that the baby in the poster is non-European; the non-European population has to be reduced worldwide).
Whether one takes at face value the “global warming” idea, or not, it is clear, surely, that something is happening to the global climate? It may or may not be caused by “emissions” of carbon gases; that is unproven. However, there seems to be, putting it this way, more happening in various ways than was the case at least in the last few centuries.
They look a lot more impressive than the UK equivalent, it has to be admitted…
…and, though few know it, the Guantanamo concentration camp inmates were/are not the first victims of American “dehumanization by mask”; those accused of helping John Wilkes Booth were held on a ship or hulk in the Potomac, hooded and/or masked, for months.
Good grief. What a disgrace.
After this, no prisoners. If the police do the dirty work of an emergent police state, they are part of that emergent police state.
Douglas Murray is just a well-paid puppet of the Jewish lobby, Israel lobby and the NWO/ZOG “System”. Much of what he writes is correct in itself, yet serves the power cabals.
The sheer conformism of the students is incredible. I saw some on a TV news broadcast. Not one said anything like “let’s all march/demonstrate/go home when we feel like it/ do whatever we want to do”. One even said that he does not like the “lockdown” but it must be necessary or some such BS…
Thinking beyond the immediate present, one wonders what those students are actually getting out of their “degree” courses. Presumably most will be rewarded for their passivity and conformity by being awarded “top” degrees (meaningless because almost all will get them), after which they will struggle to get any jobs, certainly any lucrative ones or any that aspire to being part of a “career”.
28 September 2020
Guy Fawkes should be celebrated as a hero not a villain he knew what a den of theives and liars parliament is.
It hasn't changed much after all these centuries..
“Ingrid Seward, Editor of Majesty magazine, said the couple were ‘hypocritical’ for agreeing to the reality series after they left the UK for the US for greater privacy. It is extraordinary. This is exactly what they said they wouldn’t do,’ she said.” [Daily Mail]
“Royal Married with Children“? (my suggestion of a couple of years ago). Or “The Real Housewives of Windsor Castle“? What a farce, and predictably so. Harry and the Royal Mulatta…
Britain no longer has an Empire, just a few remnants, but I suppose that Harry could be appointed to a post such as Governor of the Turks and Caicos Islands, thus following in the footsteps of the one-time Edward VIII, the Duke of Windsor, who was kept out of the way as Governor of the Bahamas
I look forward to blogging about her when her trial (assuming that there is one) is over.
More tweets seen
Unsurprising. After all, what we have in the UK, whatever the party label, is ZOG— Zionist Occupation Government. Now if only Peter Hitchens (or others, for that matter) would make that clear in columns and on radio and TV (before the Zionist Jews gang up to get radio, TV and Press to sack him), that really would be a game-changer; but it is asking a lot to expect any msm journalist, scribbler, or talking head to sacrifice career, income etc for the truth.
Ten deaths! Out of thousands of cases recorded, and a population of maybe 70 million! This is madness. It is clear from the graph above that “the virus” peaked, in terms of deaths from (with) it, in early April, and that there is virtually no danger to most people now.
Neil was not “woke” enough for those who now run the BBC, and he tended to “cut through the crap”. He has his faults, such as being completely on the side of the Jew lobby, but he is still by far the best political interviewer around.
Oh, no, not another old fool…When I was living for a few months in Egypt (1997-98), I became friendly with a British woman and her Coptic Christian husband (an Egyptian). They told me that this sort of thing is a perennial problem: the older woman from (usually) the UK, aged 40-60 usually, but sometimes older, who “falls in love” with a younger Egyptian (20-40), sometimes a felucca skipper on the Nile, sometimes just someone met at a bar or hotel dance. These days, I suppose one has to add “met on Facebook” or similar to the possibilities…
The woman, divorced or widowed, but sometimes married (but if so, husband not en poste on the holiday) gets seduced and eventually marries the Egyptian. She returns to the UK to sell her house to fund her exciting new life, buys property in Egypt (put into the husband’s name), then, after another trip back to the UK, returns to find her husband living with his real or prior wife (whom the Englishwoman may have met, maybe at the “wedding”, when that other woman posed as the man’s “sister” or “cousin”!).
The British woman soon finds that she has been well and truly “stitched-up”, unable to reclaim her property or money, and quite likely finding that the “marriage” is not even valid under local law.
I might add that a few such marriages are genuine, as with the couple I met, but most are not.
You find this sort of thing reported on occasionally in the UK Press, not only re. Egypt but when British women even marry black Africans from some tribe or other. Absolutely ridiculous.
What stupid vandalism, for a service road “needed” for a rail line upon which may or may not eventually run a train which by that time will itself not be needed or wanted.