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Diary Blog, 16 April 2022

Afternoon music

[Mill Colonnade – Karlovy Vary (former Carlsbad), Czech Republic]

On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz

Well, this week I again beat political journalist John Rentoul. I scored 6/10, where he managed only 3/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 6, 7, and 8.

Tweets seen

As I predicted, the Rwanda “get shot of migrant-invaders” plan, absurd though it is (I can think of better ways), has cooked Labour’s goose for now, despite the cost-of-living crisis etc. For one thing, few voters have any confidence in the ability of Jew-lobby puppet Keir Starmer to reduce tax and/or retail prices.

I was always slightly mocking of Corbyn, but at least he was somewhat anti-Zionist, though —fatally— still paying lip-service to the Jewish lobby by his “me-too” behaviour in support of their “holocaust” farrago.

In the end, Corbyn was just too weak, especially in his failure to rid Labour entirely of Jewish and/or Zionist influence.

Having said that, recent by-elections prove that Labour under Starmer is appealing even less than did Corbyn to most voters. Yes, opinion polls have recently been favourable to Labour, but that can change (and already has), like the English weather.

No doubt there will be much excitement if the upcoming local elections give Labour hundreds more council seats. Almost meaningless (even if it happens). One would imagine that the pathetically-poor performance of the “Conservative” Government would wipe it out politically. That does not happen because Labour is perceived as a hypocritical and dishonest nullity.

I see no likelihood of a Starmer-led Labour victory at a general election, despite Boris-idiot leading an almost Kafka-esque “government”.

If only the Jews who came to to the UK in the 1930s and 1940s had settled in Africa, or somewhere…

Still, in that bleak phrase (which is so UK 2022), “we are where we are“…

Alison Chabloz

Blog readers will be aware that persecuted satirist and singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz was sentenced to 22 weeks of imprisonment last Thursday (14 April 2022).

The conviction and/or sentence is likely to be appealed, but for the present, Alison is in prison, notionally until the expiry of 11 weeks, i.e. 30 June 2022.

Alison’s address and Prisoner Number is now confirmed as below:

Alison Chabloz A6478EK

HMP Bronzefield,

Woodthorpe Rd,

Ashford

TW15 3JZ.

Anyone who wishes to send postcards, letters, books [new books only, softback only, preferably from online booksellers, but not from Amazon] etc, can send them to the above address.

Small sums of money can also be sent to Alison via the official government system: see https://www.gov.uk/send-prisoner-money. The date of birth of the prisoner is required; Alison’s date of birth is 4 April 1964.

[Alison Chabloz]

Western civilization under attack

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10722935/DOUGLAS-MURRAY-examines-Western-civilisation-achievements-erased-history.html

The war on the West: DOUGLAS MURRAY examines how Western civilisation and all its astonishing achievements in culture, science, medicine and free thinking are being erased from history as the product of ‘dead white males’.”

I have come to the conclusion that the era we live in is defined by one thing above all — a civilisational shift that is rocking the deep underpinnings of our societies because it is a war on everything in those societies.

There are many facets to this war on the West. It is carried out across the media and airwaves, and throughout the education system, from as early as preschool.

It is rife within the wider culture, where all major cultural institutions are either coming under pressure or actually volunteering to distance themselves from their own past.”

[Douglas Murray in the Daily Mail].

All very true, but what Douglas Murray fails to point out is that behind the blacks, “browns” and indeed some whites, guilty of the above stands, overall, the Jew (meaning Jewish-Zionist influence and power).

Jews (meaning certain Jews, influential Jews, not the whole 250,000+ in the UK and an even greater number in France) are behind much, arguably most, of the erosion of decent civilized behaviour in the declining Western cultures. We see it in the world of business and finance, and banking, we see it in academia and publishing; we see it in the legal professions (now pretty much taken over, certainly in the UK), and we see it, a fortiori, in the mass media and its recent development, Internet media, including social media.

Those trends are wider than simply a result of Jewish or Jewish-Zionist influence, but that influence is fundamental, and has intensified since about 1989.

Ultimately, the aim is ZOG (Zionist Occupation Government), leading across the Western world to NWO (the New World Order) via, inter alia, the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan implementation: see http://adam.curry.com/art/1543753587_mkXBrvrY.html.

Non-whites ferried and funnelled into Europe, with the idea being that, over time, they will create a brown semi-European race in Europe, to be controlled by ZOG and NWO rulers, tribes, and castes.

Ukraine

Here is how the “free”, “democratic” Ukraine of the Jew Zelensky treats those opposing, however peacefully, the Zionist Kiev-regime government: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-61124291

[Viktor Medvedchuk, repressed Ukrainian opposition politician]

Looks as though he is being badly treated by the Kiev-regime secret police.

Also worth noting:

Late tweets seen

Have you seen the Royal Navy in recent years?…

From the ethno-centric point of view, London can pretty much be written off now.

I have no idea whether there is anything in the “chemtrails” theory, but over the years I have started to wonder whether there is a programme to “sedate” the population in some way. Looking back at the 1970s, 1980s, and then looking at British people today, those around today seem almost lobotomized in some ways. The “panicdemic” police state of 2020-2021 brought that out fairly clearly.

Yes, it’s a public relations exercise, mostly, but enough to cook Labour’s goose. Obviously, I myself oppose both Con and Lab, two sides of the same System coin.

Late thought

Nothing shows up the bankruptcy of the self-describing “Left” in the UK as much as the saga of Harry and the Royal Mulatta.

The old-style socialists wanted rid of royalty; this lot (not socialists, sometimes pseudo-socialists) want Harry, aka the Royal Cuck, to be even more privileged than he already is, just because he has married a non-white or, more accurately, a half-caste.

As for the Royal Mulatta, the self-describing “Left” shriek that she is a “princess“, and so entitled to respect on that basis!

It is just like the way the self-describing “Left” looks upon Twitter etc, which they say should be allowed to censor and cancel people at will because Twitter and other such platforms are “private enterprises”…

Lenin would be rotating in his grave!

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Diary Blog, 30 March 2022, with a few words about Scottish Labour

Morning music

[Wieskirche, Bavaria]

On this day a year ago

As always, see how many blank spaces there are, mostly the result of (still-intensifying) Twitter censorship over the past year.

Scottish Labour

I usually try to steer clear of Scottish politics, but the madness of it at least equals anything seen south of Hadrian’s Wall.

The Scottish Labour Party is pretty much dead on its feet. Only 1 MP out of a possible 59 at Westminster, and 22 MSPs out of a possible 129 at Holyrood. Even in local government, Labour has bombed, now holding only 249 out of 1227 local council seats in Scotland. The contrast with Scottish Labour’s historical high points is stark.

Labour had 56 out of 72 Scottish MPs 1997-2005, and historically held at least 30 Scottish seats at Westminster. In fact, the present position is its worst ever— even in 1910, in its first General Election, it scored 2 MPs: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Labour#House_of_Commons.

Actually, in terms of the popular vote, Scottish Labour’s best performance was in 1966 (49.8%), and its worst was in 2019, at 18.6%, less precipitous a fall than in terms of seats, but that’s First Past The Post voting for you.

In the Scottish Parliament, there has been a steady decline in Scottish Labour seats, from 56 out of 129 in 1999, to 22 out of 129 in 2021. Scottish Labour has not been even in coalition government in Scotland since 2007.

In the now-irrelevant European elections, Scottish Labour, which once had 7 out of 8 Scottish seats in the European Parliament, declined to flat zero (out of 6) by 2019 (9.3% of the popular vote).

Incidentally, Scottish Labour is now headed by a Glasgow-born Pakistani, who apparently has a £5M share in a family grocery business: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anas_Sarwar.

Scottish Labour’s problem is at one with that of UK Labour generally— the disappearance of the industrial proletariat. In addition to that, Labour ground has been taken by the faux-nationalist and sort-of social-democratic SNP.

As for the young lady who wants to lead the youth wing of Scottish Labour, she sounds like a caricature from the days of Michael Foot, with her talk of “picket lines” etc. Ha ha! Asinine or what?!

Some more tweets seen

“Guarantee” to Poland, 1939. Result? WW2.

“Guarantee” to Ukraine, 2022. Result? WW3, sooner or later.

Idiotic tweeter “@bolddigger52” seems to look forward happily to the immolation of himself, his family, his home etc. What can one say?

The same lying propaganda, part of the Coudenhove-Kalergi agenda, pushed worldwide: Canada, New Zealand, USA, UK, Germany, France etc.

Divine order in microcosm.

Amusing memory

A memory was just triggered by something I saw.

My Anglo-Russian girlfriend in the 1980s, seven years older than me, once told me about the time when, as a young (about 19-y-o) student, she was sent from the UK (in or about 1971) to see her relatives in Leningrad (those who, unlike her mother and others, had not fled as children from the Bolshevik revolution, or coup d’etat, in late 1917), to improve her spoken Russian (her degree course was in Russian and French).

The assembled Russian aunts, uncles etc asked what she did in her leisure time at Cambridge University. She said that she had a part-time job in a pub, in order to socialize, and to make a little extra money at the same time.

So far so good, except that (her colloquial Russian still being rudimentary despite her background and university studies) she translated “pub” (ie “public house”) as “publichny dom“, which is literally “public house”, but in Russian is actually the colloquial term for a brothel, or bordello.

There ensued a shocked silence, then questions from her aunts and uncles, such as “does your mother know?!” (“Oh, yes, my parents both said that it would be good for me to do that work, and meet people from various walks of life”) and “do other girls at the University do it?” (“Oh, yes, many do…a way to make some money and enjoy some evenings, and not difficult once you get used to it” etc…).

Eventually, one of her uncles realized that the problem was linguistic, not her morals or the decadence of Western society…

Still clapping?

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/great-gran-93-left-waiting-26588583

More from the ludicrous “Black Lives Matter” stable

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10666285/Statue-David-Livingstone-removed-slavery-links-despite-abolitionist.html

Interesting video about regreening of deserts

Suggested by a reader of the blog:

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_D._Liu; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lawton_(biologist).

See also: https://www.black-jaguar.org/the-project/.

Also very interesting:

[https://www.brightvibes.com/1479/en/50-years-ago-this-was-a-waste-land-until-one-man-transformed-it-by-applying-natures-wisdom]

More tweets

I predicted something like this many years ago. There is really little difference between a late-term foetus and a young baby. Many people are born prematurely, are usually completely healthy, and some go on to to be of world-historic significance (historically, St. Paul, for one). A foetus is dependent upon its mother, but a baby (human) is also completely dependent, unable to live independently. In fact, it is an irrefutable fact that a human child is only gradually less dependent; it takes years.

The evil displayed in that proposed Californian legislation is a sign of the times. Many of the most significant (and often negative) cultural manifestations affecting Europe, and other parts of the world, have emerged over the past century from California.

Somewhat similar situation in UK: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10307849/Social-workers-investigating-couple-beat-Star-Hobson-death-missed-five-chances-save-her.html

The people of the UK would be better off if 90% of the MPs in the fake “democracy” disappeared.

In memory of Hodge

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hodge_(cat)

Late tweets

I am a member of the New York Bar (on paper— I never practised there, as such, though I did work in the USA on occasion), and was also a member of the Bar of England and Wales until a pack of Jews contrived my (wrongful and unlawful) disbarment in 2016 by way of a malicious and politically-motivated complaint: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

I have met many American lawyers, had dealings with quite a few, and also seen some in action in both state courts (in New York) and Federal courts (in New York and New Jersey). A few are highly intelligent; most are not. As for advocacy, most are rock-bottom.

If true, this is “incredible” (in the sense of “amazing”).

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Note: this should not be taken to indicate any ideological agreement on my part with Stalin, or his policies.

[Stalin (at right), with Gorky (centre) and Voroshilov, 1932]

Diary Blog, 10 January 2022, with more reminiscences about early contemporaries

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On this day a year ago

If I say so myself, another blog post that has worn very well indeed.

From 2019

I see that the blog post about the Jew-Zionists plotting in the Labour Party, below, from almost three years ago, has had a few hits. Having just reread it, I think that it, also, has stood the test of time rather well: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/07/11/9853/.

Tweets seen (including a few older ones)

I have still not worked out why almost all Jews, at least on Twitter, are fanatically pro-lockdowns, the “vaccines”, and pro the facemask nonsense (almost all facemasks are useless, as can be seen easily in cold temperatures, where the vapour is seen escaping as people breathe; “Covid” is water-borne…).

No doubt the Jews concerned would claim that they hold those views because they are terribly intelligent and/or educated, but my experience of them as a group leads me to think not…

A puzzle.

Basically, a billion pounds a year wasted on a horde of uninvited, useless, often hostile interlopers and invaders. While British people freeze in doorways, sleep in cars, and otherwise struggle.

The “refugees welcome dimwits”, and moneygrubbing cheats such as expenses fraudster “lord” Dubs (a Jew who entered the UK just before WW2) should be placed before a people’s court.

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1939. Bette Davis looked very different when I saw her close-up in the flesh, about 47 years later.

“Call no man happy until he is dead”

Nearly 4 years ago, I posted a blog article with the above title. In it, I examined, inter alia and I hope humorously, the post-school life-courses of a few people I knew as a teenager. https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/07/02/call-no-man-happy-until-he-is-dead/

Now, the fates of a few other people I knew, but this time I knew them between the ages of 5-10. Of the three people noted, two are already dead, despite having been my contemporaries. A reminder that we must all do what we can for the race and the world during our short incarnations.

The first is Dominic Beer, who when I knew him, aged 5-7, was a small child of a like age, who lived across a wide road from my own home in Caversham Heights, now and even then a suburb of Reading, situated on high ground across the Thames, a few miles from the town itself and on the border of Oxfordshire.[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caversham_Heights].

Dominic was a dark-haired, quick-witted, clever child, quite friendly, who seemed older than his years. As I recall, his mother was smallish and dark-haired too; I do not recall his father (maybe I never saw him), though I vaguely recall that Dominic had a (younger?) sister.

Not sure why, but I got the impression when visiting his home, if I recall aright (this was around 1961-62, i.e. 60 years ago), that there was something different, perhaps foreign, about Dominic and his family. I now know that Beer can be German or Jewish, but I would not have known that then.

I knew no Jews, and the only German I had ever encountered, outside the realms of comic books and war films on black and white TV, or watching my All Our Yesterdays [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Our_Yesterdays_(TV_series)] with my grandparents (my grandfather having been both at Dunkirk and in Burma during WW2), was my mother’s German part-time au pair, Ilka, a kind, bespectacled girl of about 18, who really worked for (and lived with) another family in the neighbourhood, but with whom she did not get on well; Ilka therefore split her time.

I still remember that, when she returned to Germany, Ilka gave my brothers and me little wash-bags with items such as coloured soap in the shape of a puppy-dog. Very German, I suppose. A nice girl. She must be, if still alive, about 78 now.

Be that as it may, I lost touch with Dominic Beer (despite the physical proximity of our homes) after his parents moved him from Caversham Primary School (a couple of miles away) to a private prep school called Hemdean House (not very far, maybe a half-mile, from our homes). I think that, before that, when still aged about 5, we had shared, with a couple of other children, rides to and from school in an ancient green car known as “Mr. Shute’s taxi”. Old Mr. Shute had a garage (I think no fuel, and mainly repairs done) some distance away, but still within the area.

Dominic apparently went on to the well-known school, Leighton Park, a Quaker establishment in Reading, the alumni of which have included Michael Foot (one-time Labour Party leader), Richard Rodney Bennett (composer), David Lean (film director), and Nathaniel Parker (actor), among many others.

Whatever his origins, Dominic was apparently “converted” to active Christianity while a student [Wadham, Oxford]. I saw this:

Dominic went to Wadham College, Oxford in 1975 to study German and History, but even then was considering medicine. Discovering that having no science A-levels did not necessarily disbar him, he started 1st MB at Guys in 1978, and graduated in 1984. He developed an interest in psychiatry and began a training rotation at Guys, interrupting this with Wellcome Foundation support to gain his MD in the history of psychiatry.

In 1994 he was appointed consultant at Bexley Hospital, Kent, for a locked 15-bedded ‘challenging behaviour’ ward, and shocked by the lack of purpose and definition, the bad conditions, and the siege mentality, he and colleagues researched psychiatric intensive care units nationally. This led to founding the National Association of Psychiatric Intensive Care and Low Secure Units (NAPICU) and to co-editing the first textbook in the field, Psychiatric Intensive Care.

As his career progressed until early retirement on medical grounds in 2011, he held many teaching, lecturing and examining posts within London University; published some 70 research papers; refereed for journals; took on more management and fund-raising responsibilities; and was recognised as a leader who modelled his concern that patients requiring psychiatric intensive care should be treated in ‘a decent and concerned way’. That same colleague described his light touch in tricky situations (‘extraordinary legerdemain’), his calming presence, and his being always unflappable. They still ask sometimes ‘What would Dominic do?’ “[See also: https://www.cmf.org.uk/resources/publications/content/?context=article&id=26079].

So when, in the mid/late 1970s, I was struggling with political matters and theory, while also working in low-level occupations, or travelling and having misadventures in places like Rhodesia, Dominic was a medical student. Was my life “the road less travelled”?

I saw this, too:

Dr Dominic Beer was a consultant psychiatrist with Oxleas Mental Health Trust for many years. He was a PICU and challenging behaviour expert but also a cricketer, historian, artist and family man. He died in April 2013 from cancer and is survived by his loving wife and four children, parents, sister, friends, innumerable clinicians and patients whose lives he touched with his counsel and wisdom.” [http://www.beerharrismemorialtrust.org/dominic.htm].

Dominic Beer was also, in later life, a noted painter.

Dominic died, it seems, in 2013, from cancer.

[Addendum, 18 January 2022: just saw this Daily Telegraph obit., but it is behind a paywall, and I refuse to pay, so have not read it: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/10186242/Dominic-Beer.html].

Another child I knew up to the age of 9 or 10 was one Michael Streather, who was like a 50-year old professor at the age of 8! He later attended Christ’s Hospital and then, after degrees at Bristol, York, and City University in London, became another one involved with mental health, though as strategic analyst of health services, his last title being “Head of Intelligence (Mental Health)”, based at Cambridge, where it seems that he was also an active member of the Labour Party:

I am pretty sure that he is the one wearing sunglasses in the above tweet photos.

Michael Streather died, it seems, in 2019, at age 62 or so.

A third contemporary, Mark Burgess, is still living, and thriving; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Burgess_(children%27s_author).

Like Michael Streather, a Christ’s Hospital scholar, and another child who always struck me as middle-aged despite being only 8 or so. I remember him as someone who had a serious problem with his legs (he used crutches) at age (?) 7 or 8. A serious child, by my recollection.

His Wikipedia entry does not, oddly, mention either the crutches or his home in Caversham Heights from when he was aged 7 or 8 until at least the age of 14 (in 1970, when I last met him at his parents’ large but seemingly slightly gloomy —just an impression from long ago— house, walking distance from my own, after my family returned from Australia).

It seems that Mark Burgess has written and illustrated 30 books and illustrated nearly 40 others as well. Quite an achievement.

Interesting, to track people through life.

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Late tweets

I have read, over decades, enormous quantities from Americans about how their supposed Constitutional right to bear arms guarantees their liberty etc. How is that working out? Not well, I think. As Hitler said, “it’s not the weapon, it’s the man behind it [that matters].”

The spirit of Ned Kelly needs to rise up again…

I was blogging about this only yesterday.

Another (((one))), methinks…

As I have been blogging for a while, the transnational conspiracy has exactly such tactics in mind. The “Covid” “panicdemic” is one way of introducing a global or at least “Western” police state, but there are other ways too, the fear of “terrorism” being one. The whole “climate change” narrative, too.

I blogged about the present Pope (actually, an “antipope”) a while ago, and about how, inter alia, the Jesuit Order has finally conquered the Papacy: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/11/07/diary-blog-7-november-2021/.

[Papal coat of arms of Pope Francis, showing the Jesuit coat of arms dominating centrally]

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Diary Blog, 9 January 2022, including a few more thoughts about Labour Party chances, and about Islington North

On this day a year ago

Jewish National Fund UK chair: ‘Jews have no future in England

In an interview with the Jerusalem Post earlier this month, Jewish National Fund UK chair Samuel Hayek warned British Jews may “feel more comfortable” after the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn but “the underlying issues have not gone away”.

In addition to suggesting British Jews should consider emigration, he said: “Let’s assume that Corbyn would have become prime minister. We all know our lives would have changed without recognition. We cannot even understand it fully.”

“Is it easy to sell their businesses?” he asked. “Could they do it quickly? Where would they go? To South Africa, the United States, Canada – hopefully, Israel.”

[Jewish News/Jerusalem Post] https://www.jpost.com/diaspora/antisemitism/jews-do-not-have-a-future-in-england-687711

Comment unnecessary…

Tweets seen

A Jew like Giles Coren can suggest that someone (Mira bar-Hillel, a Jewish, but anti-Zionist, journalist) who is both named, and known to Coren, be killed by Jew Zionists, but will the police take any interest? No, of course not; yet if you, as an English person, say “boo” not even to a Jew but about him (or her, or it), the skies will fall in as the police —or even, maybe, their “anti-terror command”— play at being a poundland KGB.

Labour Party

Interesting, and typical of many tweets seen this morning. Looks as if Keir Starmer’s Jewish-lobby “Labour” Party (Rachel Reeves, like Starmer and all his Shadow Cabinet, being a fervent member of Labour Friends of Israel) is not convincing many. I concede that Twitter is very unrepresentative, but offline I have not met an openly Labour supporter or voter for about 7 years.

That is one reason why I took a very early look, a few days ago, at the Erdington by-election. That looks very much like it is going to be a straight Labour-Conservative fight, in a situation where both main System parties have lost public confidence. The question is, which party is hated and/or despised the most?

In recent by-elections, the Conservative Party has done badly, losing two hitherto safe Con seats, but to the LibDems as relatively uncontroversial third party, not to Labour. Both Chesham and Amersham, and North Shropshire, were considered safe Con seats. Birmingham Erdington has been a safe Labour seat since the 1930s (with a near-upset in 1983).

The Conservative Party vote-share fell hugely in the two by-elections mentioned; it also fell at the 2021 Batley and Spen by-election (won narrowly by Labour), and that at Old Sidcup and Bexley (won easily by the Conservatives).

However, in all those by-elections except Old Bexley, the Labour vote also fell, and by a considerable amount. The Labour percentage vote-shares were: Batley and Spen 35.3%; Old Bexley and Sidcup 30.9%; North Shropshire 9.7%; Chesham and Amersham 1.6%.

Another, earlier, 2021 by-election, was that held at Hartlepool, in March 2021. There, in a seat always Labour since its establishment in 1974 (and usually also in the predecessor constituency), and where Labour candidates almost always scored over 50% (Peter Mandelson 60.7% in 1997), Labour’s losing (to Conservatives) 2021 by-election vote-share was only 28.7%.

None of Labour’s 2021 by-election results can be plausibly laid at the door of the departed Jeremy Corbyn.

Out of those 5 by-elections, only one success (Batley and Spen) and only one increase in vote-share (Old Bexley and Sidcup). To me, the results show that Labour is being seen as not only unpopular but as actually irrelevant. As I have noted before, the Keir Starmer “pitch” to the public is, more or less, “we support what the Government is doing, on the whole, but it should be doing it better, and while down on one knee and wearing a facemask“. Not very inspiring.

The odds must be that the Birmingham Erdington by-election will go Labour’s way, but I am unsure about that. Until the past few weeks, I should have said that the Cons were only a couple of points behind Lab in the constituency. Now? Hard to say. This may be a battle between two blocs of apathy…

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Islington North: more Labour Party news

A high-profile Labour woman who lost her seat ‘thanks to Jeremy Corbyn‘ should be the candidate to end his Commons career, it was suggested last night.

Party insiders say that one of several female MPs who lost in the disastrous 2019 election would be Labour’s best choice to stand against the former leader in his North London stronghold, Islington North.

Mr Corbyn is currently barred from standing as the Labour candidate in the next General Election because of a bitter antisemitism row with Sir Keir Starmer.” [Mail on Sunday]

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10382919/Labour-woman-lines-Jeremy-Corbyn-London-stronghold-Islington-North.html

I think that one can guess what (((type))) of individual thought up that bitter and vindictive “pound of flesh” idea…

Mary Creagh was one of the most active and fervent pro-Israel drones in the Commons; Ruth Smeeth, half-Jewish and descended on one side from East London gangsters, was exposed by Wikileaks as listed as a “to be strictly protected” secret informant by the U.S. Embassy in London. In effect, an agent or spy, to put it one way. It is not known (by me) whether she was paid for that. Before becoming an MP, she was also employed by the Israeli propaganda operation known as BICOM.

Both women were or are members of Labour Friends of Israel. Both were found well-paid jobs heading non-governmental orgs after the electors of their constituencies disposed of them.

As to what might well happen if one of those two is selected by the Jewish-lobby “Labour” Party now headed by Keir Starmer to contest Islington North, that might be interesting.

Islington North is a very solid Labour stronghold. The last election there won by the Conservative Party was in 1935. No Labour Party candidate since 1931 has recorded a vote-share below 40%.

Corbyn has been MP for Islington North since 1983, and his peak vote-share of 73% (in 2017) exceeded even that which he achieved in 1997 (69.3%) and that of the winning Labour candidate in 1945 (67.4%). In 2019, his vote was at 64.3%. Only when he was first elected in 1983 did his vote-share dip below 50% (40.4%), and that was because the Social Democratic Party stood, and garnered a vote of 22.4% (Con 25.3%).

How much of that solid Labour voting is for Labour label, and how much for Corbyn? We have seen many past examples of former Labour MPs standing as independent or small-party candidates, only to be swept away. No doubt Starmer and “Labour Friends of Israel” hope that that will happen in this case. I doubt it.

This situation is, as far as I know, unprecedented. Former Labour ministers have stood against Labour in the past (notably in the SDP days), and with mixed but generally poor results. Never, however, has a former Labour Party leader stood for election in a constituency, against an official Labour Party candidate.

Corbyn is extremely well-known, to say the least, both in the country generally (since 2015) and in the constituency (since 1983; 38 years…).

I should think that, in such unique circumstances, Corbyn would have every chance if he stood as Independent, or Independent Labour. I doubt that, with his background, he would start a new party.

The Conservative Party vote-share in the constituency peaked at 66.07% in 1931; since then, there has been an uneven but gradual decline overall. In the 1980s and 1990s, mostly in the 20%-30% range, and lower since then: the elections 1997-2019 show 12.9%, 10.8%, 11.9%, 14.2%, 17.2%, 12.5%, and finally 10.2%.

See the direction of travel below:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islington_North_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Election_results

There is every chance that the Conservative vote will slip below 10% —maybe even below 5%— next time. That means that the contest will be between Corbyn (if he stands) and whoever Labour selects to oppose him. Corbyn may well be the front-runner.

As to the LibDems, their vote peaked at 29.9% in 2005, and in the last few elections has been in the 10%-20% range (15.6% in 2019). It may be that they could mount something of a challenge in a 4-horse race. If Con votes joined with LibDem votes, on 2019 figures, that might add up to 25% or so, but it seems unlikely even then, that they could do better than a second place.

A situation to watch.

Mary Creagh

I just saw a comment by one of Mary Creagh’s former Wakefield constituents:

Mary Creagh was our mp, unfortunately. She is the most arrogant, self-important, waste of space. She literally did nothihng for the Wakefield area. Her attitude is appalling, she just could not be bothered with the area. Goodness knows why people voted for her. Islington is welcome to her. Strange isn’t it that she is still blaming someone else for her loss. She lost because she asserted remain when our area had voted leave and still the penny has not dropped for her. Her sense of entltlement is staggering. Watch out Islington!

Mary Creagh had her eyes on things far more important to her than the poor people of Wakefield, namely the interests of Israel and the Jewish lobby, followed by the pro-EU Remain campaign. Her own career and money too, of course…

Seeing TV reportage of Mary Creagh crying in anger and frustration, after the voters of Wakefield binned her, was stellar.

Addendum: saw this comment about Islington Labour voters: “Young professionals who have never lived through a Labour government. Could they cope through another Winter of Discontent with constant strikes, sitting my candlelight with no heating and rubbish piled up in the street?

The “”Winter of Discontent” myth has become as ingrained as the old “holo (you know what)” farrago! I was in the UK (aged 22) during the said winter. There were strikes in some parts of the economy, yes, for a few weeks in some cases. Few people had their electricity supply interrupted; same with heating. As for rubbish piling up, yes, but only in some areas, and for a few weeks. The whole thing was short in duration and limited in effect(s). It was not the Siege of Leningrad. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winter_of_Discontent.

The “Winter of Discontent” has become one of those things that many think is so, but is only partly so, a bit like the aforesaid “holo” stuff and various other situations (eg that the UK only had basic foodstuffs until about 20 years ago, or that there were large numbers of blacks living in the UK in the 1960s or even 1950s.

You often see people moaning also about how terrible the whole of the 1970s were, with light and heat cut off because of strikes, and similar “facts”. In fact, the “three day week” and the power cuts affected mainly businesses, lasted weeks not months (in late 1973) and few domestic users were even affected. A few, for short periods. Yet you see people, even those who were there at the time spinning nonsense in newspaper comments sections, or on Twitter, about how they spent much of the 1970s without heat, light, or even food!

It does make me wonder about the fallibility of human memory.

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“Doctor”? Hardy ha ha…The law should be clarified as to who is entitled to use the designation and who should not (e.g. someone whose doctorate is merely a Ph.D. based on a study of a strike in a match factory in 1888…).

Rod Liddle strikes me (though I have never met him) as a remarkably unpleasant person, with some of whose views (not re. the “panicdemic”, obviously) I agree, from time to time. Why anyone should think his views on medicine in any way authoritative, I have no idea; Liddle’s mature-student degree was in Social Psychology: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_Liddle.

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Sometimes, non-violent resistance can work, if the regime opposed is not completely brutal and/or deranged; and if the time is right. It worked in the Baltic republics, the DDR and other Soviet satellites in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and indeed in the Russian core of the Soviet Union in the same period, but it would never have worked in, say, 1970s Cambodia.

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What a voice that woman had! Unique.

Diary Blog, 31 December 2021

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[“At the end stands Victory!“]

Unacceptable

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10356667/Worlds-ten-richest-people-gained-400-BILLION-2021.html

No-one wants innovation to stop, but it really is unacceptable for any one individual to control (“own”) more than a billion pounds. In fact, I would put the maximum at a hundred million.

Would young inventors and/or “entrepreneurs” be discouraged from inventing or working because they might end up with “net worth” of a mere £100,000,000? I doubt it.

In fact, society should look at an income cap too, perhaps somewhere around £500,000 (after tax).

Further, there should be a limit on the amount of land any one individual or company can hold.

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The former SIS Chief, Sir Richard Dearlove, suggested something similar last year but seems to have been shut down.

The “West” seems to be afraid of confronting not even China itself, but the very idea that China may have, even if only accidentally, released the virus. At root, the “Western” leaders do not want to have to confront China itself, because that would mean having to punish China. Punishing China would not be easy (whether the punishment were military or economic), would damage the West itself, and might lead to ferocious retaliation.

MPs and ministers who are now floating the idea of mandatory “vaccination” injections for the whole, or the vast bulk of, the UK population, are effectively State terrorists. If they succeed in passing laws or regulations of that sort, they must be prepared to face the consequences.

Vale, et in memoriam

I happened to see that Twitter activist Maureen Fitzsimmons has died: https://voxpoliticalonline.com/2021/12/30/tributes-pour-in-for-left-wing-social-media-activist-maureen-fitzsimmons/; and https://dorseteye.com/maureen-anne-fitzsimmons-a-warrior-for-us-all/.

While we were not exactly on the same ideological page, and I knew nothing about her beyond what she tweeted, she often supported me online in years past, and sometimes retweeted my tweets (until a pack of Jews had me expelled in 2018).

I have seen hundreds of supportive tweets about her this morning, the testimonials only marred by a few unpleasant tweets by two or three fanatical Jew-Zionists (anonymous, hiding under rocks, as usual). They have even attacked, via insults on Twitter, her grieving sister and family. “They” really have no decency, and that comes out constantly; they cannot disguise it. Ingrained…

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Is the huge and increasing deception in the msm one reason why (apart from the fact that he is a white man) Adam Boulton left Sky News? Was he unwilling to continue? I wonder…

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Regret the red flag but, after all, Sovietism, like original National Socialism, has now passed into history.

Labour Party

Regular readers of the blog will know that I was never very favourable to Corbyn. Poorly-educated, not hugely intelligent, and not a defender of Western (i.e. European, or European-origined) civilization. His worship of the blacks and browns was particularly absurd, as was his Meccano-level political canon and understanding (“No pasaran!“, “Cable Street” etc).

According to his ex-wives, he never reads a book, a trait he shares with the part-Jew, part-Levantine poseur presently occupying the office of Prime Minister.

Corbyn was never really or properly “anti-Semitic” either, despite the claims made by the Jewish or Zionist lobby. He always paid lip-service to the “holocaust” farrago, for example. Also, while he may have opposed Jewish/Zionist exploitation in Israel, he never came out and opposed it vocally in the UK, France, or elsewhere (eg USA). Weak.

Corbyn was let down by most of his MPs, not least “near-beer” post-Stalinist John McDonnell, someone who “thought he could be king” only to find that he was a political mugged pensioner.

Having said that, Corbyn was conspired against from the start by an Israeli and UK Jewish cabal; as soon as he became Labour Party leader. His only chance was to go all-out for social nationalism, but he was personally incapable, constitutionally, of doing that.

In fact, the tweet I have reposted above makes good points. The fault lay not with Corbyn but with Labour, and its whole ethos and raison d’etre in a post-Thatcher and, more significantly, post-1989 world, where old-style socialism, in all forms, has died (unless you include a few odd enclaves such as North Korea).

Keir Starmer, the Jewish-lobby’s favourite, and now puppet-leader of Labour, is only level with, or ahead of, the present idiot Prime Minister because that idiot is simply not fit for his office. That has impacted the opinion polling vis a vis the two main System parties.

All the same, look at the Labour vote in recent by-elections: North Shropshire— 10%; Chesham and Amersham— 1.6%.

My view is that, if the Conservative Party ditches Boris-idiot in 2022, then it will overhaul fake “Labour” easily, so long as the new PM is a white man (or woman).

Starmer has nothing to say except “Labour supports most of what the Conservatives are doing, but the Government should be doing more of it, and better, while down on one knee to the blacks [actually to the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan conspiracy] and also wearing a facemask.”

More societal craziness

Just saw a series of tweets by some crazed Jew, to the effect that non-Jews playing Jewish roles in film is “antisemitic” and should be decried as inadmissible “Jew-face”, just as it is becoming the politically-correct standard now that non-blacks (i.e. Europeans or European-race people) should not play black roles, because that is inadmissible “blackface”, even when it has hundreds of years of cultural provenance, as with Othello, the Moor of Venice. (and does that mean that only North Africans should play Othello? He is not a black African, after all). What nonsense it all is!

What about Jews playing non-Jews (Europeans)? Apparently that is OK…; also OK (it seems) is when a black plays a European (i.e. white) role. Even Anne Boleyn was recently played by a black woman, American at that!

The double standard again. The Great Replacement. White Genocide. Oh, and I bet that, with almost all of that, there is a Jew behind it…(if I am wrong, send me the details, i.e. evidence, and I shall update this part of the blog; I shall not be anxiously waiting, though).

Some film and video with “blackface”:

An actor playing Othello, the Moor of Venice, becomes obsessed. The full film:

Below, the Black and White Minstrels (UK, 1960s/1970s), harmless mass entertainment now considered (by the “woke”) wickedly “racist”…:

Below, black “Anne Boleyn” (not), with a black courtier to boot!

Anne Boleyn

Is black “Anne Boleyn” (and all those Grantchester and Endeavour episodes where half the population of towns and villages in 1950s or 1960s England is black or brown) “racist”, or “cultural appropriation” (as well as presenting a false picture)? You decide. Take a look (((what))) is behind most of it.

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Ah, so it is OK for a Jew to have a “kindred, bone ancestral feeling“, but not white Northern Europeans? Are there a few of our people beginning to awake? I hope so…

For God’s sake, anyone reading this and who has never heard of the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan— Google it, and read about it.

Look at that and listen to what she has to say.

I have not had any “vaccine” for “Covid” or anything else connected with the “panicdemic”, and will not be having anything. Any attempt to compel me to do so will be taken by me as a declaration of war by the State and its agents upon the citizen (in this case, me). Anyone enabling or facilitating such an attack will be considered as guilty. I apprehend that many echo my sentiments and my resolve.

Oh, and meanwhile…Labour Friends of Israel drone, Lucy Powell, has not only been urging censorship of dissident views online in respect of the “panicdemic”, but also (quelle surprise) in respect of so-called “antisemitism””:

Yet Lucy Powell claims to be interested in “the civil liberties of everyone“. Oh, really? Needless to say, she has never said a word in defence of (inter alia) me, Alison Chabloz, David Icke, Katie Hopkins, and all the thousands of others facing attack (often from the Jewish lobby), expelled from Twitter, and/or losing jobs and professions etc.

This is Lucy Powell:

“In September 2018, Powell introduced legislation in the House of Commons to ban secret, private, invite-only groups on Facebook and hold moderators legally responsible for hate speech or defamation on forums.[26][27] She is a member of Labour Friends of Israel.[28]” [Wikipedia] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy_Powell.

Labour has to be reduced to rubble, even if at the cost of continuing this stupid government of incompetence.

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[https://unherd.com/2021/12/progressives-have-sacrificed-liberalism/]

Amazing compilation. Ecce the wonderful medical “experts” and scientists!

Were there any true satire left on UK or other Anglosphere TV, this would bring the house down; instead we have BBC “house-serfs” such as Paul Merton, Ian Hislop etc, all laughing at what they are allowed to laugh at, just like the old Soviet “satirical” magazine, Krokodil. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krokodil

Essentially, the System allows the (well-paid/bought) “comics”, the Hislops, the Mertons, the Jimmy Carrs, the Al Murrays, to laugh at white people, “anti-vaxx” people, people wanting to stop mass immigration; they are very certainly not allowed to laugh at Jews, blacks, most browns, facemask zealots, pro-vaccine obsessives etc.

We are at least in the forecourt of a police state, but one posing (for now) as a caring, sharing, rainbow-“nation” state.

Personal picture

I saw for the first time in years this picture of me aged 10-11, sometime in 1967. Middle Harbour school, Mosman (Sydney, NSW). (the “5R” refers to year 5 and the name of the schoolmaster, Mr. Riddle).

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54 years ago. I still recall the Christian names or surnames of a few of them, and a few details about them. Incidentally, I am the rather confident-looking little fellow in the second row up, third from the right, with striped tie, arms folded.

The black girl in the centre was an Aboriginal who spent part of the year at the school, and part with her family in the Northern Territory, thousands of miles away; some kind of Federal government integration programme.

I wonder how life turned out for them all…

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Wishing all well-intentioned readers of my blog a happy 2022.

Diary Blog, 17 December 2021, including analysis of the North Shropshire by-election result

North Shropshire by-election result

None of the other 9 candidates exceeded 1%. UKIP and Reclaim managed 1%; of the remaining 7, only the Monster Raving Loony scored as high as 0.3%.

The start of today’s blog post is written not long after the declaration at North Shropshire, which came around 0415 hrs.

The hour or so of TV news broadcast I have just seen was notable for the superiority of the Sky News coverage over that of the BBC (which I saw briefly before turning over). The Sky presenters were urbane, humorous, and effective, whereas the BBC presenter was a beardless youth who interviewed some BBC talking head who himself seemed odd, oddly alert (and fast-talking, though saying little of interest) at nearly four o’clock in the morning.

As to the result itself, this is “seismic” (as I predicted it would be if the result turned out to be a LibDem win, which I also, though tentatively, predicted); seismic not only for the Conservative Party but for Labour as well.

“Boris” and his pack of clowns are having to learn again the lesson of the French Revolution: you cannot say “let them eat cake” while you guzzle foie gras.

The Conservative Party is making the same mistake in England that the Labour Party made in Scotland, that of saying “where will they [the previously-loyal voters] go?…where can they go?” Labour thought that most Scottish voters would pretty much have to stick with Labour, because they had no alternative. Well, we know how that worked out. It worked for a long time, many decades in fact, but in the end those voters got sick of being taken for granted, and at things not improving for them. Result— Scottish Labour now has 1 MP out of 59 Scottish MPs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Labour#House_of_Commons.

It is always dangerous to assume that people have no alternative. The Conservative Party has thought that, in respect of southern and/or rural English constituencies, for many years. There is no credible social-national party in England, though. The LibDems have always been the “dustbin” alternative. UKIP nearly broke through but was defeated by the FPTP semi-rigged electoral system, and the same was true a decade ago of the BNP (who also had the embedded Jew-Zionist element in the msm working against them).

People in North Shropshire did not vote for the LibDem candidate, as such, but against the “Conservative” one. Big difference.

CCHQ will no doubt refer to the relatively low turnout (46.3%, as against 67.9% in 2019) but part of that low turnout (I think much of that) can be attributed to formerly Conservative voters abstaining, unwilling to vote for the Conservative Party but also refusing to vote LibDem or Labour.

This by-election could go down in history, though it is unlikely to signal the start of (another) LibDem “revival”. Having said that, there are many constituencies where few would vote Labour but many might at least consider a LibDem. Add to that tactical voting by people who would really prefer a Labour MP, and it might add up to something significant.

The Liberal Party scored 31.6% (second place) in 1983; the LibDems’ best result was 25.3% in 1992. The 2021 by-election candidate, who scored only 10% a mere 2 years ago in 2019) has now received 47.2% of votes cast! Voting against (the clown’s candidate), not for the LibDem as such.

So what about the Conservative Party candidate? 31.6%. Well below even the 40.2% of 1997. This was a shout of anger against stupid “Boris” and his pack of clowns. The actual candidate was, in my view, poor: not fully English, and another “Conservative” lawyer (barrister), who was at one time an Army doctor. I am probably biased, but having met a few, I never trust a doctor who becomes a barrister (or a politician, thinking of David Owen, Hastings Banda, Papa Doc Duvalier, “Che” Guevara, Radovan Karadzic etc).

Having said all that, this was not a Neil Shastri-Hurst disaster but a “Boris” and general Conservative Party disaster.

Now, to Labour. Since North Shropshire was re-dedicated in 1983, and until the by-election, Labour has failed to come in second only four times, and only once (2010) since 1992.

It is all very well to talk about tactical voting, or Labour supporters “lending their votes” to the LibDem in order to beat the Con candidate. Yes; no argument on that, but is that the whole story? The 9.7% scored in the by-election was the lowest Labour vote ever in North Shropshire. Even in 1983, at the height of Thatcherism, and when Labour suffered its crushing national defeat under Michael Foot [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1983_United_Kingdom_general_election], it still scored 14.7% (third place) in North Shropshire.

The conclusion must be that, while many formerly Labour votes went tactically (or otherwise) to the LibDem, many Labour voters just voted with their feet, if such be the bon mot, and stayed home. Labour scored 22.1% in 2019, and 31.1% in 2017 (both under Corbyn) in the constituency.

If this by-election result is bad for Boris-idiot, it is arguably at least as great a blow for Labour’s Jewish-lobby leadership under Keir Starmer. The problem is not just the “Israel first” aspect of Labour’s present leadership, but also the way in which the supposed “Opposition” keeps propping up “Boris” over various matters, such as the Online Harms Bill and, of more immediate political importance, the Covid/Omicron “panicdemic” “rules” and “laws”.

No-one really can have expected Labour to win the by-election, but to fall below 10% is a straw in the wind that (in my view) is significant.

The other parties that stood? Well, the Greens are perennial 5% (or below) candidates, except in Brighton Pavilion, so nothing of interest there. As for the new Farage pop-up, “Reform UK”, it only got a 3.7% vote. I think that people mostly see through Farage now, either as “controlled opposition” or simply as a moneygrasping “slithey tove” who (like “Boris”) just cannot be trusted.

The various small-c “conservative” “nationalist” parties, i.e. UKIP, Reform UK, Reclaim Party, Heritage, and Freedom Alliance, together scored only around 6%, far less than even my low expectations (I had thought 10%, and maybe, as protest, as much as 20%).

A final thought. Brexit is dead as an issue, politically. It has been very badly mishandled (with “Boris” in nominal charge, how could it not have been?), but we are out and we are staying out.

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Only 4 hours?! Talk about sisu! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sisu.

It is amazing what even one determined person can do.

One person can achieve plenty, in principle; a group can achieve so much more, if congruent. Look at how Adolf Hitler was only the 7th actual member (there were other supporters) of the DAP which became the NSDAP, and how he managed to lead those few to go from seven men in a cellar to the pinnacle of supreme power in Germany, despite frenzied and violent Jewish and other opposition. It took him 14 years, but he made it.

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I think that (as someone unattached to any System party) I can be considered objective. I agree with Williamson inasmuch as the North Shropshire demonstrates (as I have blogged in the past) that Labour’s problem lies not in its leader(s) but in Labour itself. The fact is (as blogged previously) that Labour is now irrelevant, and if it were not for the UK’s FPTP voting system, would by now have all but disappeared.

Look at North Shropshire. In the general elections from 1997, through 2001, 2005, 2010, 2015, 2017, 2019, and now the 2021 by-election, Labour scored 36%, 35.2%, 25.9%, 18.1%, 19.9%, 31.1%, 22.1%, and now 9.7%.

The elections Labour have fought in North Shropshire since 1997 show an uneven pattern, but more of a decline than a rise. Since and including 2010, only once better than 22.1%, and that was 31.1% in 2017, the first general election Labour fought under Corbyn.

The present Government and the present Labour Opposition are symbiotically chained together, and their policies are in practice very similar.

Starmer is a puppet, or monkey-on-a-stick.

Luke Akehurst is a leading (though apparently non-Jew) pro-Zionist who will now do what he can to defend the “Israel first” “Labour” front bench, and Starmer most of all. Dan Hodges is, of course, correct in saying the very same as I have done (earlier in today’s blog).

Israel’s “monkey-on-a-stick” Sajid Javid (well, one of them…) lauds the ludicrously-misnamed “SAGE” committee, with its 2 years of “millions will die” propaganda and perennially-wrong forecasting. What’s really behind it all? NWO/ZOG and the planned biosecurity police state, the Great Reset etc.

Look at how inflation is rising in the UK. Over 5%, which is twice the rate it was only a couple of years ago. That is what happens when you waste money in huge amounts (as with the “Test and Trace” nonsense), or “give money away” in huge amounts (as with the “furlough” programme and the rest). The currency cannot be diluted for long without real-world effects.

Also, look at how the msm are conditioning the public to accept a far more rapid rise in the age at which people can expect to receive a State pension.

Stealth “taxation” by another name.

The same applies to the “holocaust” narrative…

Is there not one German who can do what is necessary?

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He’s an idiot. People in the future will wonder how a clown like that ever had the possibility of becoming Prime Minister, even a prime minister of a country that seems to be in terminal socio-economic and socio-political decline.

What is extraordinary about that interview is that the Clown seems to be obsessed by “Covid” and especially “Omicron”.

The Clown makes the right noises about how what the public are interested in is government doing things for them, but does not seem to accept that his government has failed precisely in that!

The cross-Channel migration-invasion continues, the facemask nonsense interferes with tens of millions of people daily (and creates massive pollution), the roads are unmended, the railways unimproved, the social care sector is being stretched and near-ruined (and certainly not “fixed” as promised), the NHS is scarcely operating except as a “panicdemic” service…the list just goes on.

The Clown’s only hope is to keep the fear propaganda going re. “Covid”, despite the fact that only about one in a thousand UK people has actually died “with” it (not of it) (and as far as actual English/British —“white”— people are concerned, it is not even one in a thousand. Maybe one in fifteen hundred. Serious but not existential. The real figures may be even less sensational.

Yes, that really came out for a moment or two. The Clown is a rather sinister clown, or would be, had he autocratic power.

This is when an old-style heavyweight political bruiser like Andrew Neil can come into his own, but the Clown has usually refused to be tackled by him. Pity. As for Sam Coates, one wonders whether he would have been quite so forthright before it became obvious that the Clown is on the way out. Perhaps, perhaps not.

[the Clown at his ancestral Wailing Wall in Jerusalem; be careful what you wish for! I do not know whether the Black Hat is an Israeli guide or whether perhaps a distant member of Johnson’s own family]

People are sometimes seen writing in newspapers that Johnson wants to leave, to start penning rubbish newspaper columns again (and getting £250,000 a year for it, like he did before, when, inter alia, the Barclay Brothers were paying via the Daily Telegraph), and writing the sort of memoirs that attract million-pound advances and royalties. I think not. Johnson is a moneygrubber, true, but his primary motivation is to hold power, though not because he wants to do anything with it (and in any case he has no real ideas, and no real capabilities). He wants to hold power just for the sake of it, and to be centre of (favourable) attention.

I do not blame Johnson alone. I blame the msm for puffing this useless barrel of lies and self-promotion as “Prime Minister in waiting” for 20 years. I suppose that his part-Jew origins (and pro-Israel attitude) helped him there.

I also blame the elderly Conservative Party members who elected him as leader of that party. I blame also the MPs who initially nominated and voted for him. Finally, I blame the ingrained political stupidity of the British, especially English, voters, who allowed themselves to be conned by a really not very plausible con-man.

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Simon Case CVO (born 27 December 1978) is a British civil servant who currently serves as Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Home Civil Service since 9 September 2020, succeeding Sir Mark Sedwill.” [Wikipedia].

Is he at least part-((( )))? I do not know. If anyone has more information, by all means send it.

Incidentally, I noticed in a news report that 10, Downing Street displayed a 9-branched Jewish candlestick in its window recently, during the recent Jewish religious holiday. Is that a new custom? I had not heard of it previously.

At least the Roman Army only tested poisons on the badly-wounded…

We become more “enriched” and “blessed” daily…I wonder what that pair are? Brain surgeons? Civil engineers? Small boat navigators? Hardy ha ha…

In “the old days”, there was a severe disconnect between what the Soviet mass media pumped out and the reality experienced by most of the 290 million Soviet citizens. I never thought that it would happen here, but look at the BBC, Sky, ITN now!

According to UK msm, we are in the grip of a huge pandemic, which can only be ameliorated by wearing facemask muzzles, being “vaccinated” by experimental “vaccines” and almost weekly (soon) “boosters”, and by shutting down much of the country.

We are also told that either there is no mass immigration problem, or that the invasion is something that we should welcome, and that the invaders will “enrich” us and benefit us.

We are also told that there is a huge “terror” threat, mostly from “the far right”, meaning social-nationalists (white people, often of school age)…

The reality is of course quite different. At some point, the msm drones will have to be held accountable for their lies and their evil retailing of NWO/ZOG propaganda.

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[Shishkin, Forest before Storm]

Diary Blog, 4 October 2021

Nature, or nurture?

A 4-min clip which revives the old nature v. nurture debate.

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Starmer’s wife is Jewish and, though I have no idea what, if any, political influence she exercises, if people can ask questions about the influence exercized by the wife of the person presently posing as Prime Minister, then they can certainly do the same about the wife of the person presently heading the official (if ineffective) Opposition.

Zionist Jews and their agents were behind the removal of Corbyn as Labour leader, and his replacement by [doormat for the Jewish lobby] Starmer:

Glasman is styled “Head of Political Investigations” at the very small but well-funded and also very malicious “Campaign Against Antisemitism” or “CAA”, which is also, inter alia, involved in multiple attacks, and types of attack, upon free speech in the UK.

British“? It takes more than UK residence for a couple of generations, and a professed interest in cricket, or football, or rugby, to make an alien individual British…

As on previous similar occasions (involving either “Insulate Britain” or the Extinction Rebellion crazies), I marvel at the forbearance of the British man in the street. In other countries, these smug and malicious loonies would get well and truly stomped on.

I hope (both for their sake and for my own) that those smug bastards never try it with me. I am unhampered by much of such forbearance, and my old car is large and heavy. What’s that sound? Maybe skeletons and exoskeletons cracking…

Ridley Road

I have not seen the new BBC TV drama series Ridley Road. It was first shown yesterday. I may watch the whole thing eventually. Needless to say, my provisional view is that the BBC should not be showing glorification of Jewish thugs, gangsters and, in effect, terrorists (the “62 Group”).

Incidentally, Ridley Road is a Jewish product through and through. I was just reading (as one does!) the report in the Jewish Chronicle: https://www.thejc.com/culture/tv/ridley-road-my-passion-project-1.520894.

The Jewish Chronicle does not disguise the fact that Ridley Road is a Jewish product; au contraire, it is proud of the fact:

The series is something of a passion project cooked up between [Jewish TV producer Nicola] Shindler and Jewish actress and writer Sarah Solemani.”

Not only is Ridley Road  Shindler’s first Jewish story but it is, she believes, the first to put a Jewish family, and a Jewish heroine, and a Jewish story at the front and centre on British television.

But while the four-part series stars Tracy Ann Oberman and Samantha Spiro, it has been criticised by David Baddiel  for not making its leads Jewish actors. He pointed out: “It wouldn’t be fine for the BBC to cast like this with any other minority.”” [Jewish Chronicle]

Strange, I did not see the Jew comedian Baddiel complain when a recent TV production had Ann Boleyn, of all people, played by a black actress, and indeed one who is even American! I also never see any complaints from him —or others of his type— when Jewish actors and actresses play the roles of non-Jews… the arguably most egregious example of the latter situation was when the film Nicholas and Alexandra had Janet Suzman as the Tsaritsa Alexandra! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_and_Alexandra; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janet_Suzman.

For me, that miscasting ruined what was otherwise quite a good film.

At least Janet Suzman was honest enough, on another occasion, to call the theatre “a white invention, a European invention.” A debatable assertion, admittedly. It depends, really, on what you call or define as “theatre”. https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2014/dec/08/actor-janet-suzman-criticised-calling-theatre-white-invention.

The Jewish Chronicle report can also be accessed via the tweet below:

Incredibly, the UK police actually co-operate with the Jewish snooping and strong-arm organization called “CST”! The organization here seen praising “a Jewish streetfighting movement“… They even get UK government (taxpayers’) money!

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At least one stout fellow was willing to try to power past those idiots. I suppose he did not want to be arrested for hurting or killing them.

If that poor woman were to crush a couple of the bastards with her car, she would, I believe, be acquitted (of anything) by almost any jury in the land. As for that smug white-haired bastard, who seems to be a ringleader, I should imagine that the woman stopped from getting to hospital thinks that he deserves to be hit over the head (at the very least).

I am all in favour of English politeness (I myself am often too polite to nuisances and even enemies) but there has to come a time when action must be taken.

Those clips from LBC show a society which is starting to break down. If the authorities, the police, the courts, will not keep the peace, then either the people themselves will take action (eventually), or they will call for those willing to do so to seize all power and authority.

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Is “delusion” really strong enough a word to characterize the outpouring of trash from the part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer currently posing as Prime Minister?

LBC reporter Rachel Venables says to the crazed woman interviewee that “protests work, but...”— Hello?! How do those para-terroristic “protests” “work”? They will result in not one more building being insulated. They just interfere with ordinary citizens.

That “protestor” bitch could not plausibly complain if she got a slap, or more, from the people she is impeding. To her, the woman trying to get to her aged mother in hospital is just collateral damage in a war against civilized Western society.

As for the view of that “protester” that she is fighting for the UK’s children— in fact she is doing the opposite, wanting society to start travelling back to the Stone Age. I wonder what that “protester” thinks about mass immigration (migration-invasion)? I would bet good money that she favours it… Evil creature, posing as “good”.

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—and damn the Chinese, and any others, who either shoot them or trade in ivory.

European people, but very backward.

Whatever one may think of the Queen, few would consider her to be more than average in terms of intellect. Anyway, for all her wealth, pomp and circumstance, she is ultimately just a pawn of the transnational System.

As I have frequently blogged (while I still can), this is all part of the “Great Reset” coming from 2022, the next pivotal year in the 33-year cycle.

Remember 1989? In the years before 1989, next to no-one thought that huge changes were going to happen any time soon; in and after 1989, we saw what happened, starting in 1989 itself and rolling on afterwards: the collapse of socialism worldwide, the collapse of Arab oil power (and so strategic military power), the collapse under pressure of the anti-Israel states (notably Iraq and Syria, but also Egypt, Libya etc), the globalization of the finance-capitalist economies, including services.

2022 is the next pivotal year.

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Give me a child until he is 7, and I will give you the man” [old Jesuit saying]. #GreatReplacement…

That is what should be happening to the smug nuisances of “Insulate Britain”.

Where are the police, anyway, in clearing the UK’s roads? Surely they cannot all be busy pandering to Jewish nuisances complaining about online criticism?

I have never understood (or rather, only understood in more recent years) why the UK Government pandered to Sinn Fein/IRA in so many ways for so long.

For one thing, from Washington, or Langley, the UK is but part of the European space, with Northern Ireland a far smaller and less important piece of the jigsaw. The USA was facing the Warsaw Pact and Comecon in the 1970s, 1980s, and its priority was to keep Western and part of Central Europe onside, and in NATO. The UK government had to humour the USA “ally”.

Then you had the Irish lobby in the USA, not so influential at the State Department or in the CIA, but very influential in Congress.

The ignorance-level among many American “Irish” was huge. I myself recall that, in early 1990s New Jersey and New York City. The only sensible fellow was the owner of the old and famous McSorley’s Old Ale House, where I occasionally drank a few afternoon beers c.1990. The owner once or twice chatted with me. He fished in Ireland every year, and was not the kind of “Irish” American who thought that the UK was at war with the Republic of Ireland (many others did!).

[McSorley’s: painting of 1912 by Sloan; in 1992 it was much the same]

Reverting to Northern Ireland, there was also the point that the UK government policy was to keep the Catholic/Republican population quiet. So government jobs were created in Belfast and Londonderry/Derry, social security was paid out almost no questions asked (even Gerry Adams, the Sinn Fein/IRA chief in Belfast, got the dole!), and public housing was improved greatly.

There was never a serious attempt to suppress rebellion, in the Soviet way.

At the same time, many UK mainstream journalists were sympathetic to the IRA in the early 1970s.

All of the above (except my digression re. McSorley’s pub), eventually led to the peace accords of 1998. A further aspect was the growing demographic strength of the Catholic/Republican community, which comprised about 30% of the population in 1970, but greater in 1998 (and about 40% now).

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See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/16/the-extinction-rebellion-levellers/

At last!

There may be a head of political steam building up in England. Not yet enough, but in 2022/2023, maybe. That will give us our chance. If we seize it, then…

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Hummingbird rescue

Nice short film:

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Diary Blog, 29 September 2021

Labour Party

When I was a teenager, in the early-mid 1970s, the annual conferences of the big System parties were events heavily reported, and shown live on at least two of the (then) three television stations. Decisions were taken, policies made. That was then. Now? Just PR events designed to present an image to the public. All the conferences are now pathetic. Labour up first this year.

BBC Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis, a Jewish woman [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emily_Maitlis], with Blairite Labour manipulator Peter Mandelson, also of Jewish origins [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Mandelson].

#JewishLobby…

In a sense, quite funny that even those “Labourites” who despise
Starmer and all his works are incapable of saying openly that the plot to remove Corbyn and return Labour to the pro-Israel fold was fundamentally, in fact almost entirely, a Jewish (Lobby) one.

All of the MPs who plotted in expensively-rented country houses and at Westminster against Corbyn were Jewish and/or members of Labour Friends of Israel. Here’s one non-Jewish one— shameless moneygrubber and expenses cheat Joan Ryan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Ryan_(politician); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Ryan_(politician)#Expenses_controversies.

Here’s Joan Ryan conspiring with Israeli Embassy official and intelligence officer (surprisingly), Shai Masot. They talk about a one million pound slush fund from Israel, ultimately designed to help get rid of Corbyn and replace him with a Jewish Lobby-approved puppet:

That pro-Israel cabal in the Parliamentary Labour Party had, as a major aim, to replace Corbyn with a suitably pro-Jewish and pro-Israel puppet. We know the result: Corbyn was replaced, by Keir Starmer, a former Director of Public Prosecutions who is married to a Jewish property lawyer; their children are being brought up as if fully-Jewish. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keir_Starmer#Personal_life.

One of the most toxic groups of Jewish Lobby fanatics in the UK, the small but vocal so-called “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [“CAA”] was involved in the “Get Rid of Corbyn” “operation” ((operation))):

Not that I ever had much time for Corbyn: poorly educated, not hugely intelligent, with primitive Lego-brick socio-political concepts built into a 1970s Collet’s London Bookshop-style of an ideology. No understanding of the necessity to protect European race and culture. In short, pretty poor, but at least Corbyn was not in the pocket of the Jewish/Israel lobby.

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That MP looks rather dishonest, in my opinion. I had not previously heard of him: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Graham_(politician). Ex-diplomat, ex-Barings Bank, ex-China old hand, speaks 8 languages: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Graham_(politician)#International_experience. Makes one think…

That tweet immediately above would be more convincing had the Labour Party not been the instigator of the whole anti-Welfare State, anti-social security policy current, which started in earnest under that horrible little blot Alistair Darling [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alistair_Darling] when he was in Cabinet under Blair and Brown (from 1998). Darling was, repeatedly, an expenses cheat, and eventually had to resign from the Faculty of Advocates (Scottish Bar): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alistair_Darling#Expenses_claims.

In fact it was Labour, not the Conservatives, who brought in the hated and fraudulent ATOS organization to “assess” (cheat) the disabled and sick, though the misnamed “Conservative” Party made the whole system even more cruel under (Conservative Friends of Israel, expenses cheat, fraud, liar) Iain Dunce Duncan Smith.

Starmer’s idea (sole idea?) seems to be to position Labour somewhere vaguely near to where the Conservatives are, then say to the public, “we are similar to them, but not so corrupt, and more competent“. Will that work for Starmer? I doubt it, but in a rigged binary system, who knows?

More Jewish/Israeli interference…

…and full marks for writing “to pressure” rather than the usually-seen (and usually wrong) “to pressurize“…

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Bending the knee to black mobs. He does it, ideologically, to the Israel Lobby as well. More so, in fact.

The decadence implied in that restaurant bill is unmistakeable. Apres nous le deluge? Perhaps sooner than that…

So a young Jewish woman (brought up in the UK?), and who would probably not dream of joining the British army, flies to Israel to enlist in the Israeli armed forces? What does that say about “their” real loyalties? Even the ones brought up here. Even the ones born here. Strangers in a strange land…

Indeed. HR and related departments are riddled with Common Purpose drones now, and the same poison has deeply infiltrated the police, and other organs of the State; also law firms, barristers’ chambers etc.

The above situation has pretty much finished off the UK trade unions, too.

It is really right in front of us now, in plain sight.

The fact is that people do need petrol for their cars, if they live outside the major cities and have to do things; unless, like Hitchens, they can cycle or walk to Oxford railway station, take a (1st Class?) train trip to London, thence (via taxi?) to their newspaper office.

Having said that, those who were filling up cars already well-filled, or filling jerricans, are just sheep, but without the bucolic charm. Hitchens was right to note the inaccuracy of the “keep calm and carry on” stuff. People now mostly have no idea of the panic to which Londoners especially were subject in the latter months of 1939.

Hitchens is right, there. Panic over the “virus”, which has killed or helped to kill maybe one in a thousand people in the UK, yet complacency (albeit resentful) about the migration-invasion and the non-white breeding rate, together an existential danger to the British people.

Americans, at least official ones, and the American public as a mass (misled by a Jewish-Zionist msm), are quite often bullies. They love to hit those who cannot hit back. I have often wondered whether this trend started in WW2, when American aircraft bombed much of Germany and Japan to rubble (and also large areas of France, Italy and elsewhere), while knowing that the US homeland was completely safe from retaliation.

I suppose that that that is why the 2001 World Trade Center attack hit Americans so hard. It showed that America could be the target of a large and deadly attack.

American mistreatment of prisoners of war also goes back far, even further than WW2 —when US troops and other organs carried out war crimes such as shooting captured German soldiers, mistreating captured German naval personnel, and starving numbers of POWs to death (as in the “Rhine Meadows” war crimes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rheinwiesenlager).

Americans started to abuse their prisoners long before Abu Ghraib, Bagram, and Guantanamo, even long before WW2. The mistreatment of —especially Confederate— prisoners was widespread in the American Civil War, and after Lincoln’s assassination, some of those suspected of involvement were kept hooded for months, just as at Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib…

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[Great Road, by Levitan]

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Quelle surprise…just as, in the UK, one would not expect immigrants to vote UKIP, Brexit Party etc, let alone BNP, NF or the like.

In fact, that is one reason why the “Parliamentary road” is probably a no-win situation for us, despite 80% or more of the inhabitants of the UK still being white northern Europeans.

Beautiful whale film; as to the “climate change” stuff, something is happening, in some parts of the world, but causation is debatable, as is (even more so) whether humanity can affect those global and interplanetary processes (except by disappearing).

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Diary Blog, 29 June 2021: mainly about the “panicdemic”, the Labour Party, and the Batley and Spen by-election campaign

Batley and Spen

I continue to update my blog post about the upcoming by-election on a daily basis: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/. 2 days remaining.

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Despite being generally a “good citizen” (most of the time, I think), I have sympathy with that attitude. We have had an entirely faked communitarianism forced upon us since the “panicdemic” started (started to be promoted). All those idiots clapping on command outside their houses, and so on. The entirely pointless facemask nonsense. The hero-worship of the (not always but quite often) rather poor NHS. All of that.

Does that count as “sex work”?

I blogged about Sajid Javid a couple of years ago, when he was first appointed to Cabinet: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/07/25/the-boris-johnson-cabinet/. An ex-Muslim pro-Israel fanatic and Ayn Rand devotee.

Yet Starmer says that he will stay on whatever the result. He is not his own man. He is “under orders”…

When I had a Twitter account (the Jew cabal on Twitter had me expelled in 2018), I was occasionally retweeted by that tweeter, “@JohnEdwards33”, a pleasant-seeming old stick who is a former fire chief from the West Midlands (I think). I say that despite his calling me “a dreadful fascist”!

As I have blogged, Labour is a party which started off as a “working class” party for organized industrial workers, miners, shop workers etc. That party then took on a “middle class” and/or intellectual element from the 1930s; that “coalition” was the basis for the Labour governments of 1945-51, 1964-70, and 1974-79.

The migration-invasion of those years, though resented by many white English people (it mainly affected England), was on a relatively-limited scale compared to what came later, particularly from 1997, when the Jews in the Tony Blair government started to import millions of immigrants quite deliberately, in order to destroy British (esp. English) society. About 5 millions were imported in those years (1997-2010). That has contiued unabated, and the immigrants or migrant-invaders have been breeding prolifically.

Labour slowly, since 1997, has become a party largely supported by the “blacks and browns”. It kept its support in the public sector workforce, still largely white and English/Welsh/Scottish, until 2010, but the wider white electorate was starting to abandon Labour, just as Labour had abandoned those people.

In Scotland, Labour collapsed as the SNP rose and then reached the First Past The Post tipping point. The SNP went from 6 Commons seats in 2010 to 50 in 2015. Scottish Labour went in the opposite direction, from 46 to 1. Scottish Labour now has only 16,000 members. Out of 5.4 million inhabitants in Scotland.

In England, under Corbyn, Labour did better than often thought in 2017, but since then its inherent contradictions have created fissures in its structure and its popular support. It still has the support of the blacks, broadly, but they and the mixed-race are only between 5% and 10% of the population.

The traditional white English Labour-voters at first kept with Labour, but the combination of relentless Jewish-produced propaganda against Corbyn, and the perception that Labour was basically for blacks and browns, for mass immigration etc, meant that those white voters just voted with their feet. Almost as many abstained in 2019 as defected to other parties:

There was, under Corbyn, the feeling that Labour at least believed in public services, but since Starmer took over, we have heard time and again the pathetic refrain parrotted by, again, Kim Leadbeater this week, about government having “no magic money tree“. The Rachel Reeves song…

The Muslims were still almost Labour en bloc in 2017, but since Corbyn was replaced by Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer, they have begun to abandon Labour too. At Batley, they have an alternative in Galloway and his Workers’ Party. The Muslims do not all support Galloway, but will vote for him to hit out at Starmer’s Labour Party.

As for white voters at Batley, I suspect that those who would never vote Conservative will either not vote at all, or may vote for Galloway or one of the other small-party candidates, as a protest.

Labour finds itself a nullity: it abandoned actual “socialism”, or social democracy, in the 1990s; it destroyed much of the feeling of Britain as a nation by importing millions of non-Europeans and further millions from other parts of Europe; it follows the “Conservative” line on economics and social welfare (indeed is now more “conservative” than the Conservatives!); and despite its lying by-election leaflets at Batley, it is completely under the control of the Jewish lobby and Israel.

So who would vote Labour now, broadly? The West Indians, most of the Twitterati (twits), some students, remnants of traditional Labour voting. Few others. Maybe 25% or so of the population, if that. Yes, polls still give Labour up to 35%, but that is probably because people do not want to say “don’t know” or the like.

I may be mistaken, but I can see the Conservatives winning fairly clearly at this by-election, followed, quite likely, by Galloway, then Labour. The Labour vote? At a guess, around 25%.

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Interesting: “…came back with eggs“. Came back from where? Parked cars nearby? Houses nearby? Sounds as if the attackers were locals, and as if Labour is now very very unpopular in the Batley and Spen area. Reminds me of the old joke: Soviet leader— “you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs.” Soviet citizen— “well, we see the eggshells, but where’s the food?“…Labour Party, take note.

People dislike the present government but, crucially, still prefer it to a Starmer (or any Labour?) one (which in any case cannot exist before 2024).

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So out in 6 years, as against being taken in a helicopter to a point about 20 miles offshore in the Atlantic and dumped.

…and at Wimbledon, a load of over-wealthy idiots were clapping the woman who developed that vaccine.

The facemask nonsense must go. Now.

Has that Tom Peck scribbler yet stopped a milkshake or an egg?

Quite. It seems that millions of people in the UK are in need of a good-quality bullshit detector…

Well, the fact is that the Labour candidate is a former or one-time personal trainer who has no political experience, and indeed who only joined Labour about 6 weeks ago. She seems to get her income out of the Jo Cox Foundation “charity”, if I am not mistaken in what I read. If she were to become the MP, it would be very nice for her but useless for the Batley population; and Boris-idiot would still have a Commons majority of 80.

I also take with a pinch of salt the Con Party candidate, but it surely stands to reason that he might be able to attract investment or assistance from central government. He might not be able to, true, but there is every reason to suppose that Kim Leadbeater would not and could not. In any case, she is a poorly-educated local woman whose ideas about finance and government spending only stretch as far as parrotting rubbish about “magic money trees”. Frankly, she comes across to me as an idiot.

The fear engendered by lying “panicdemic” propaganda has largely though not entirely dissipated, but the stupid “rules” laid down, like the asinine facemask nonsense, have almost taken on a life of their own. Few are really afraid of suddenly being “struck down” by “Covid” (which for most is akin to a mild cold) but many are scared, not of “the virus” but of the social disapprobation if they ditch the facemasks.

This government has spent £300 BILLION (and rising) pointlessly on this farrago of nonsense.

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Diary Blog, 16 June 2021, including final look at tomorrow’s Chesham and Amersham by-election

Chesham and Amersham by-election

I recently included an appreciation of the upcoming by-election at Chesham and Amersham in my daily blog: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/06/diary-blog-6-june-2021-including-the-upcoming-by-elections-chesham-and-amersham-and-batley-and-spen/.

The by-election is being held tomorrow. I thought to add my last-minute thoughts.

As I blogged previously, I see no prospect of any upset to the expected Conservative victory in that constituency. Even in 1997, the Conservative Party vote topped 50%, and has exceeded 63%. 55.4% in 2019.

Incumbency is usually helpful to a candidate, so it is an open question as to whether the new Conservative candidate will get a very high vote-share in what is, after all, a by-election.

It may be that there will be a protest vote favouring the LibDems, but I doubt that it will be anything like enough to dislodge the Conservatives. The LibDem vote in 2019 was 26.3%.

The main interest is in seeing whether Labour will lose its deposit. I think that quite likely. The Labour vote in 2019 was 12.9%: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesham_and_Amersham_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s.

The Green Party scored 5.5% in 2019, and it may be that that will increase at the expense of Labour. At any rate, it is hard to see many people bothering to vote Labour after Starmer’s lacklustre and indifferent attitude at Prime Minister’s Questions today.

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Well, you would think so, were you not aware how (to coin a phrase) “totally fucking hopeless” the Crown Prosecution Service is. The CPS is run by the Director of Public Prosecutions. Starmer was DPP. His predecessor was Alison Saunders. Both “totally fucking hopeless”, of course.

Time after time, since it started but especially in the past decade, the CPS has proven itself all but useless, stuffed as it is with mediocre (or worse) Common Purpose types.

For example, the CPS recently tried to pursue a case against persecuted singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz, based on a provision under the Public Order Act 1986. Such a prosecution requires the assent of the Attorney-General. When the matter came before the Westminster Magistrates’ Court on first appearance not long ago, it transpired that not only had the CPS not received the said assent, but that the CPS had not even requested it, being unaware of the necessity!

Alison Chabloz is now being prosecuted on the same alleged facts, but under anotherAct with a far less severe maximum penalty on conviction (her trial is set down for one day on 1 September 2021).

On the above premises, why would Starmer be any good in his present role? He’s only there because the Jewish lobby wanted Corbyn binned. Who better to “regain the confidence of Jewish people” (which the msm, quelle surprise, thinks is all-important) than someone who is completely in the pocket of that Jewish lobby, and who is married to a Jewish woman lawyer, their children being brought up as if fully-Jewish (celebrating all the Jewish supremacist holidays etc)?

Starmer is about 5 years too late. If he thinks that bringing up the Jo Cox stuff now will help Labour either at Chesham and Amersham, or at Batley and Spen, he is very much mistaken, in my view.

I was looking at tweets by such as political journalist John Rentoul. For people like that, Prime Minister’s Questions is meat and drink, but for most people, PMQs is scarcely even noticed. System Clown A scores point off System Clown B.

As to little Matt Hancock, I blogged about him nearly two years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/09/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-matt-hancock-story/.

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The real purpose of the facemask nonsense is quite other…

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Another cliche “mad psychiatrist”. A complete mask zealot too. It is more than worrying that idiots of this sort exercise influence in the UK. I feel sorry for her children though.

I am no medic but, looking at her tweets, she gives the impression of being rather unbalanced. Says that she works and has worked (at her campaigning organization) 80 hours per week, without days off. Since 2018. As a psychiatrist, she should know that that sort of schedule has deleterious mental health results.

True, the shouting mob scene was not very nice, but in the UK, opinion that does not fit the System narrative (pro-lockdown, pro-facemask nonsense, pro “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, pro-migration invasion etc) is now suppressed, and people are repressed if they voice dissident views on social media or even in blogs. On those premises, shouting crowds may, before long, be the least of the forms of resistance.

The mainstream media are now more or less the megaphones of the System. Those who work for msm outlets are more or less System propagandists.

Just one incident in the UK’s slow (?) descent into multikulti barbarism.

Well, though I do not disagree with everything he has said, Swayne is a complete waste of space as an MP.

Voting could change everything, if there were a real and credible alternative party for which to vote. There is no alternative party, just 2.5 System parties all under the same secret flag.

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Update, 15 June 2022

Well, I was fairly and squarely wrong as far as the Chesham and Amersham headline result was concerned: the LibDems beat the “Conservatives” by a country mile.

On the other hand, I was right to see signposted another way-station on Labour’s slide to fringe irrelevance. I thought that Labour might get a vote as low as 4%; in the event it was 1.6%.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_Chesham_and_Amersham_by-election#Results