On this day a year ago
From the newspapers
“Statues of historical ‘old white men’ such as Lord Nelson and the Duke of Wellington could be removed from public view in Wales in order to ‘set right the historical narrative’ and prevent offence to a ‘diverse modern public’.”
[Daily Mail, quoting Daily Telegraph].
At what point do we start to deal directly with the enemies in our midst?
The enemies of our race and culture will not stop until that race and culture are wiped out. We must defend ourselves, and our civilization.
Quite apart from the very important free speech issue, anyone who has had to report a real crime to the UK police knows how useless they are, most of the time.
“Sargon of Akkad” (Carl Benjamin) once again proving that he is a waste of space.
It may be getting to the point where Russia will have to start “thinking the unthinkable”.
If I am not mistaken, that building was and is not far from where I used to live in Little Venice, West London. It is (I think) either in nearby Maida Vale or St. John’s Wood. I have certainly seen it before.
Ah, just looked it up. St. John’s Wood area. There are a number of other very similar mansion-flat buildings in that part of London.
I agree with most if not all of that. I have given my views on the Lineker storm-in-a-teacup already. My main problem with him as BBC presenter is his absurdly inflated remuneration (somewhere approaching £2M a year). Otherwise, though of course I despise his views and his hypocrisy, he is no different to hundreds or thousands of idiots on Twitter.
As Shipman has tweeted, the views of BBC staff (at least the highly-paid presenters etc) are at odds with the majority of the British people; and as he also tweets, by implication, this is not a “debate” but a war, and the BBC types are on the other side to that of the British people. Enemies of the people.
Note that other tweeter. Ex-ambassador. The FCO, like the BBC, is also riddled with (in the lay sense) traitors to our future, speaking ideologically; persons who want this country swamped even more.
Some of Cole’s tweets are interesting, though:
The tweeter was H.M. Ambassador to Cuba at one time.
That Guardian report on Cuba is well worth reading. The self-describing “Left” in the UK would do well to read it, and be reminded how old-style socialism (effectively dead after 1989 in most of the world) failed and (where it still exists) still fails, especially where the population is mainly non-white. Even Che Guevara saw that:
Another point is that, while apologists for Cuba and the late Fidel Castro always point out what a good health service Cuba has (supposedly), health is, before anything else, an outcome of clean air and water, decent living conditions, healthy food and drink, modest exercise, and absence of negative factors such as excessive alcohol, and/or drug abuse.
A health service is something to fill in where the above factors have failed.
More from the newspapers
Once again, the police, faced with real everyday crime, are proven lazy, uncaring, and in fact useless.
There are so many now making a living online and even partly offline by simply pretending to be “activists” of various kinds. “Jack Monroe”, Julia Grace Patterson, the part-Jew calling himself “Russ in Cheshire”, some other Jew in Essex, that Nigerian waste of space called “Femi”; the dull “anti-Tory” blonde calling herself “Supertanskiii”. Others too. “Griftocracy”?
Interesting. Of course, the SNP may still be able to keep going as a, perhaps the, major party in Scotland even if “Independence” becomes just a stuffed animal under glass, to be revered or looked at, but without hope that it might revive.
The SNP may have 45 out of 59 Scottish MPs in the House of Commons, but only 64 out of 129 MSPs in the Scottish Parliament, and a mere 453 councillors out of 1,227 in local councils.
Now that the SNP is fairly well entrenched in Scotland, it may decline a little, but I cannot see any immediate collapse of the SNP vote.
I have just read that “A junior doctor in their first year as a foundation doctor will receive basic pay of just under £29,400, with earnings typically rising to almost £37,000 after taking into account payments for extra duties. Second-year doctors earn an average of £43,300.” Not a fortune but, after all, that is just in the first 1-2 years. Some more senior doctors —consultants and GPs— make hundreds of thousands of pounds. The junior doctors do progress incrementally and may even hit those six-figure salary heights before too many years have past.
I suspect that the medical profession (generally) is squandering its credit with the British people, just as the police, MPs, NHS generally, and BBC (among many other groups) have already done.