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Diary Blog, 22 September 2022, including some personal memories of New York and Vienna, and a comparison of Sergei Lavrov with James Cleverly

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[New York, a city of contrasts: 5th Avenue in the snow, with St. Patrick’s Cathedral on one side, Victoria’s Secret lingerie shop on the other]

I took (and passed, for what little it matters now) the New York Bar Exam when the city was under heavy snow; over 30 years ago now.

On this day a year ago

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So Vallance has morphed from being a “Covid” scaremaster and “vaccine” cheerleader to being a “climate change”/”net zero” propagandist. That fits, as one would expect. I wonder what he thinks about “Black Lives Matter”, Ukraine etc.

…or as Wellington put it, saying that someone born in a stable must be a horse.

At least they have not yet learned from the Jews the conceit that they are somehow essential to European culture and civilization.

Yes, wake up, English “conservative nationalists”! The Indians are not your allies, any more than are the Pakistanis; incidentally, neither are the Jews and/or Israel. Don’t be fooled.

So speaketh the “Levelling Up Secretary” and, prior to that (incredibly), Chief Secretary to the Treasury.

When you look at the pack of cretins now running this unbelievable bad joke of a government, you realize anew how truly unfit for purpose our political system has become.

Sparks a few memories.

The UN Centre in Vienna (actually on the edge of the city) is an odd place; at least that was my impression when I saw it in the mid-1980s. A concrete fortress or “island” (not literally, though actually on a large island in the Danube), set in quite a green area between the old Vienna and a newer section.

I used to swim, almost every day during my visit, at the not-far-away Alte Donau Strandbad, a closed-off section of the Danube that is either an “oxbow lake” or an artificial version of one. Superb place. Clean river water, a green park, properly-run facilities for changing etc and, best of all, few people. I was there on weekdays, when even in high summer the bulk of the hardworking population were at their jobs.

You cannot just wander into that UN Centre. Even in those days you had to have a pass issued by the security kiosk there. I did not have to get a tourist pass because someone I knew who worked there got me a different kind of visitor pass. The difference was that tourists get a guided tour, whereas I was fairly free to wander around.

A large collection of buildings.

I remember trying to get a sense of what is quite a confusing set-up. I remember seeing a noticeboard with ads for various kinds of local staff. The rates of pay, as far as I could see, were far better than the same people would get in Vienna itself, and were of course not taxable (UN employees do not pay national income tax but only a kind of UN tax, which is far lower).

Another thing that struck me was the Commissary, which no doubt had its origins in the immediately postwar 1940s days when almost everything was unobtainable, but what is odd about that is that the UN Centre in Vienna was established only in 1980, a mere few years before I visited! So a mystery. Maybe there was an earlier, smaller mission.

That Commissary, about the size of a medium-level convenience store, sold duty-free food and drink (including booze) to anyone who was a UN employee or, I think, accredited diplomat. A strange “boondoggle”, in the American phrase. I noticed (I think on a Friday), a couple of (from their stature and looks) East African women, buying Scotch.

[UN Centre, Vienna]
[Alte Donau from the air; UN Centre in distance]
[Alte Donau, Vienna; when I swam there, far fewer people were around]

Not sure I would call them “happy days”, but not very unhappy, anyway.

Comparison

The Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation is Sergei Lavrov.

[S.V. Lavrov]

Lavrov, half-Russian, half-Armenian, is a graduate of the prestigious MGIMO or Moscow State Institute of International Relations [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moscow_State_Institute_of_International_Relations].

Lavrov worked as a diplomat in Sri Lanka and the USA before being appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs in 2004. He has been in post for 18 years.

Lavrov speaks 5 languages: Russian, English, French, Dvihehi, and Sinhala (the latter two being the languages of the Maldives and Sri Lanka).

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Lavrov.

Now let us examine his present opposite number in the UK, James Cleverly, Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs.

[James Cleverly]

Cleverly, a “half-caste” (in the old term), with a British father and a mother from Sierra Leone, seems to have wanted an Army career.

According to Wikipedia, Cleverly “trained in the Army“, whatever that may mean (no detail of whether he was training to be an officer or as an enlisted soldier, presumably the latter, nor of where he trained, nor in what regiment or corps), but suffered a leg injury in 1989 and had to drop out. He would have been 19 or 20 at that time.

Cleverly then obtained a degree of sorts in “Hospitality Management” from the then Polytechnic of West London [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_West_London].

Cleverly was involved, not terribly successfully (one can surmise) in business and executive activities during the years up to about 2008, but by then was involved in two side-activities which proved more fruitful for him— politics, and the then Territorial Army (now, Reserves).

Cleverly’s leg injury had obviously been resolved by the time he was commissioned in the TA as 2nd lieutenant in 1991. He stuck at that for the following 14 years, reaching the rank of Lt. Col by 2015.

In politics, Cleverly was a London Assembly member for 8 years from 2007. Cleverly then benefited from the scandal around the ineffectual Jew sex pest and pervert Brooks Newmark, who had to stand down as MP for Braintree (Essex). Cleverly replaced Newmark.

Cleverly’s time as MP has not been distinguished, but the upheavals within the Conservative Party led to him being appointed as a Minister of State in 2020 and now, under Liz Truss, as Secretary of State. His appointment dates from 6 September 2022, about two weeks ago.

Cleverly speaks no language other than English.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Cleverly

Well, there it is. Sergei Lavrov’s background, languages, and 18 years of experience (and many successes) in post, as against James Cleverly’s background, lack of success (other than in narrow career terms), two years of arguably relevant experience, and time in post as Secretary of State five minutes (putting it flippantly).

It will be recalled that when (also absurdly) Liz Truss was Foreign Secretary, Lavrov easily made a fool of her, inducing her to say that quite well-known cities in Russia should be given “back” to Ukraine (the stupid woman had no idea that they never had been part of Ukraine; one was not far from Moscow).

Liz Truss was an embarrassment as Foreign Secretary; she is just ludicrous as Prime Minister. Now someone even less educated is Foreign Secretary. This country is screwed.

Sergei Lavrov will win no plaudits for his kindly good nature, but on whom would you bet your money?

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[“The Golden Wheat”]

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While it may seem cruel to mock someone who, quite obviously, is not always compos mentis, that person, Biden, heads the most powerful country on Earth, with enough nuclear weaponry to send us all permanently into orbit. It is all very well to say that he is not really in charge, but that simply raises the question, “who is?” or “what cabal is?“, and what is the real agenda?

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[Eighteen Years]
[Snow-white Cherry Blossomed at the Window]
[The River is Running]

Diary Blog, 15 September 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Deliberate importation of untermenschen by a System working to the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan: https://vk.com/@judi1964-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-stealth-genocide-against-the-peoples.

Incidentally, that “Isaacs” was not a Jew: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Isaacs. Some people, especially of Nonconformist religious origins, have such surnames.

…and if that is happening this year in the USA, it will probably be happening in the UK next year or the year after…

True, though in fact Andrew was in the Falklands (on a ship offshore, and flying a helicopter from said ship) in the war zone for only about 2 weeks, and was never under fire.

As for “the Harry formerly known as Prince”, he was in Afghanistan for about 30 weeks over two separate deployments, but (through no fault of his own) was mostly kept out of danger by his superior officers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Harry,_Duke_of_Sussex#Sandhurst;_Blues_and_Royals;_deployment_to_Afghanistan.

That is the tragedy of those who, like me, must keep the true flames of England and Britain flaring.

…and Trump failed, in his last weeks in office, to pardon thousands of nationalist and/or social-nationalist prisoners serving heavy time in Federal prison. Trump could have saved them from that, and their families from huge distress and harm, but chose not to do that. Same with Julian Assange and the defector of conscience, Snowden.

Trump = Useless.

As I always blogged, Trump as President was just a squawking parrot in a gilded cage, guarded by a troop of Jews.

Still, it will be interesting to see whether he can come back in the next US Presidential contest. I suppose that is why his opponents are trying to get him indicted first.

Look at Trump’s replacement…

Funny? Pathetic? Or does it make anyone angry? That demented old guy might well launch a nuclear attack on Russia; and if he and those around him (or controlling him) do that, the UK would be mainly a pile of irradiated ashes in a matter of days, possibly hours, after the commencement of hostilities…

Not that we here in the UK can afford to laugh too loudly…

I wonder…could it be that Charles has spent most of his 74 years (as of this November) wanting to be King, and (?) preparing to be King, only to find that, now that he is King, he cannot really hold down the “job” (position, rank, status) and, quite likely, already finds the routine of being King rather irksome? We shall see.

Other European countries have had kings and emperors even in the past century or so, only to dispense with them in the end: Germany, Italy, Portugal, Austria-Hungary etc.

Exactly.

Rudolf Steiner predicted that a time would come when all sorts of depravity and evil would become prominent in society, and that society would congratulate itself on how “liberal” and “tolerant” society had become. Are we there already?

There is, for some of us, a feeling akin to fin de siecle, despite the fact that the century is only 22 years old.

What I mean is a feeling perhaps similar to that of the post-Edwardian age just before the First World War:

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Shooting_Party]

Incidentally, a very good film. I have seen it on VHS or DVD. I wish that I had seen it when it was first shown at the Curzon arthouse cinema in Curzon Street, Mayfair in —I think— 1985. I often passed by that cinema at the time (1984-1985); I noticed the posters outside advertising The Shooting Party.

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Unexpected.

When I drove through Romania from Bulgaria to Hungary in 2001, before any of those states were in the EU, it was a strange and backward-seeming country (though Bulgaria was far worse). Probably better now, with all the EU money pumped in.

[World Economic Forum headquarters, Switzerland]

“The Great Reset” is no “conspiracy theory”. It is the agenda being implemented by a transnational conspiracy (or “consensus”, if you prefer) during the 33 years 2022-2055.

Think about how the world changed from 1923 to 1956, or 1956 to 1989, and then 1989-2022. That’s the point. A world-changing agenda, carried out in plain sight but controlled by secretive cabals across the world, working together in what the freemasons might call “concord”.

[Bohemian Grove, Northern California]
[Bohemian Grove, Northern California]

For myself, I would not go quite so far as that…only 90% of the way.

Good point, surely?

Many are pointing out that Andrew has held that distinction since 1981, and that it is therefore not a (new) decision by the King, but he obviously chose to confirm the situation rather than change it by removing Andrew from that role (assuming that convention permits that— I do not see why not).

I don’t know, but it seems to me that, whatever one might say about the late Queen, she rarely put a foot wrong in public in her long reign. Charles has only been King for a few days, and already appears to be floundering.

See also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/11/the-jew-epstein-and-prince-andrew-the-british-royal-family-has-another-scandal-maybe-its-time-to-just-get-rid-of-them/.

England 2022

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/teenage-girls-go-feral-mcdonalds-27993429.

Maidstone. Zoo.

Americans call such an outbreak a “chimp-out”. I think that I prefer chimps.

There will be, in the end, only one way to deal with this.

England as Ruritania

I read that Prince Andrew has now been confirmed as “Earl of Inverness” (though he has in fact held the title since 1986). These titles, meaning nothing, are strange and pathetic baubles, as are the various badges and chains of the various orders of chivalry. The very name— “orders of chivalry“! About 600 years after such things had any reality. The Order of the Garter, of the Bath etc. Some of the dormant orders are even more peculiar, such as “The Order of the Star of India”. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_chivalry#Modern_orders.

Strange too, that the new King Charles seems to be spending his days doling out titles etc, or worrying about whether his fountain pen is leaking, when the country is facing huge challenges in the very near future.

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Diary Blog, 2 September 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Yes. The attack on white Britain and its way of life is relentless.

I have been saying that for years, indeed for decades.

Thin end of the wedge.

Not sure I agree with the second sentence of tweeter “Jim Smith”. Even 22 years ago, Oxford seemed to have a bad traffic (and parking) problem. I picked up an American lady at the railway station (where there was effectively no parking beyond extremely short-term), in order to take her to Herefordshire. Very fraught and congested, and the traffic in and around the central part of the town was pretty bad, certainly compared to what it was like in the 1980s.

The UK healthcare system is getting to the point of no return, when it will have to be completely remodelled (and changed attitudinally).

America, “land of freedom”…

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[Levitan, Great Road]

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This is the MP in question: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Holden_(British_politician).

Holden graduated from the LSE in 2007, at age 22, with a degree in Government and History. Unlike most Conservative (and Labour) MPs, he had spent some time in “the real world”, having worked part-time during his LSE years as a waiter and barman.

After graduation, Holden worked in a number of Conservative Party and SpAd jobs, before being elected at North West Durham in 2019.

North West Durham was a Labour seat from 1950, when the seat was reconstituted, to 2019.

North West Durham was represented from 2017 to 2019 by Laura Pidcock, a Corbyn supporter married to an African, himself a politico and President of the National Education Union, a trade union for schoolteachers (he wants to “decolonise” the curriculum…wouldn’t you know it…): see https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/now-pidcock-s-partner-is-purged-by-labour; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Pidcock.

The pair have apparently produced a child.

Despite the above, and bearing in mind the cost of living crisis, and the economic catastrophe left after the “panicdemic” etc, it will take a Herculean effort for Holden to retain the seat, despite Labour’s general slide in the area in the past several years, especially if labour select someone other than Laura Pidcock.

See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_West_Durham_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s.

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In fact, only brainwashed “morons” (meaning here, “stupid people”), and/or equally mindless fans of the Jew-Zionist regime in Kiev, use “Kyiv” or, indeed, “Keev” (the BBC’s absurd new version).

As far as I am concerned, “Peking” and “Bombay” are also still places, as are “Calcutta” and “Florence”.

I am content to stick with the version used for a thousand years— Kiev.

I thought that the Ukrainian (Kiev-regime) online propagandists were more subtle than that. Maybe “AndreyGurulyov” is just a stray crank.

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[“You see, my son, here time turns into space!“]

Diary Blog, 29 August 2022

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On this day a year ago

On this blog 5 years ago

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The Zelensky Jew (NWO/ZOG) regime has also shot opponents in the street (as well as in secret), and has now banned trade unions.

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[Arkip Khuindzhi, Dnieper]

Ukraine situation

A limited push in a small area of the front line.

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The victims of war, in most cases, are on both sides.

I suppose that only the USA has been able to keep its citizens almost entirely untouched, while bombing the peoples of other countries. So far.

[Dresden 1945, after Allied bombing]
[Dresden 1945, after Allied bombing]

Kelvin Mackenzie, a complete ignoramus, opines on “pain”…Ludicrous.

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Glazunov]
[Zhukov inspecting the ruins of the Reichstag, Berlin 1945]

Diary Blog, 21 August 2022, with some thoughts about Russia and the assassination of Daria Dugina

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On this day a year ago

Aleksandr Dugin and Daria Dugina

The daughter of Russian geopolitical thinker Aleksandr Dugin has been killed in a car bombing.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-62621509.

It is an open question as to whether agents of the Kiev regime were the perpetrators. The incident may have been planned and carried out by persons within the Russian and/or Kremlin elite, possibly as a proxy attack on Putin. It may even have been carried out by or on behalf of one or more external agencies, such as the CIA, or even MOSSAD.

Present speculation is that Dugin himself was the target, a theory supported by the apparent fact that Dugin was intending to use the same car as his daughter until deciding to travel separately; that would have been shortly before the bomb exploded.

If accurate, the facts known seem to indicate both that there was at least one hostile agent somewhere in or around the Dugin circle, and that Dugin’s guardian angel (literally) saved him.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksandr_Dugin; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fourth_Political_Theory; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foundations_of_Geopolitics.

Is this somehow connected with the upsurge in Ukrainian (Kiev regime) attacks on both Crimea and Russia itself in recent days?

I do not expect these events to go unpunished. We may be about to see an escalation of the war which will surprise and shock.

Interesting sidelight

Leonid Grigoryevich Ivashov [Леонид Григорьевич Ивашов]:

On 31 January 2022, during the 2021–2022 Russo-Ukrainian crisis, as Chairman of the Russian Officers’ General Assembly, Gen. Ivashov published a statement condemning Putin’s “criminal policy of provoking a war” and calling for President Putin’s resignation.[6][7][8].

Blaming Putin for risking “the final destruction of Russian statehood and the extermination of the indigenous population of the country” Ivashov stated that the real danger for Russia was not NATO or the West but “the unviability of the state model, the complete incapacity and lack of professionalism of the system of power and administration, the passivity and disorganization of society.” Under these conditions “no country survives for long“.[8]

According to Roderick Gregory, “Ivashov believes that NATO is a hostile power, but his experience has taught him that the NATO/U.S. threat is under control and no external threat is imminent from the Western powers.”

[Wikipedia]

That of course depends on what is regarded as “an external threat“. In terms of actual invasion by NATO forces, that is obviously correct, but since the mid-1990s, NATO bases have been established in the Baltic region and elsewhere, and NWO/ZOG-supported uprisings based on fake “democracy” have occurred in various countries around Russia, most obviously in Ukraine.

In my view, Ivashov is right to say that “the unviability of the state model” is the biggest strategic problem facing Russia.

“Putinism” is a clearly-transitional model.

At first there was tsardom; Imperial Russia, based mainly on a society of noble landowners, business people, peasantry and clergy, all under an absolute ruler, the Tsar. That was “viable”, as its longevity proved, but failed to withstand the pressure when the “business” element burgeoned, starting to squeeze out the aristocracy (as in Chekhov’s play The Cherry Orchard), and when a new class, the industrial proletariat, started to push against the old order.

Then there was Sovietism, which again, for all its flaws, was a “viable” state model. According to its lights, it worked. It established a system which functioned, to which people gave allegiance, to some extent genuine allegiance, and which was, however grudgingly, accepted by the vast majority of the population as legitimate —and in any case embedded— for decades.

When Sovietism collapsed, which officially happened in 1991 but which had been happening under the surface even before 1989, what replaced it was a nothing, really, the Yeltsin klepto-state, in which the key people were the upstarts who had been nobodies only a few years before— Jew “oligarchs” (business tricksters) and various species of gangster.

When I myself was first in Moscow, in 1993, there were still traces of Sovietism everywhere, from having a “duty woman” stationed at a desk on each floor of my hotel, the Ukraina (for security, and to monitor the hotel guests), to having to be “invited” to Russia before being granted a visa.

I myself was invited, nominally, by the Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation, the successor body to the USSR Academy of Sciences, and the people I went to see were based at the Academy of Sciences new building in Leninsky Prospekt.

[Leninsky Prospekt, Moscow]
[Президиум Российской академии наук. Москва, Ленинский проспект, the hugely-ugly Academy of Sciences building, which I visited several times in 1993]
[Ukraina Hotel, Kutuzovsky Prospekt, Moscow, where I stayed in 1993]

Those traces of Sovietism were there but fading fast. The “duty woman” on my floor was not the aged dragon of legend but a rather flirtatious young woman who used to chat with me at length. According to her, her floor contained, on one side, “quiet businessmen” (in which group she apparently numbered me) and, on the other side, “hooligani” (i.e. criminal types).

Chechen gangsters certainly stayed there— I recall chatting once to one of their commanders. His gold tooth was very striking.

The state had all but disappeared, replaced by a hotch-potch of business-related and/or crime-related structures.

After some years of near-chaos, “Yeltsinism”, if it existed at all as an ideology (I think not) was replaced by “Putinism”, which was also, and remains, unformed ideologically. A mixture of Russian nationalism, big business, and cronyism, with a few add-ons (Russian Orthodox Church backing, a few gestures to the Western consumer society etc).

Russia has still not found its way to a new ideology and system. Most people in Russia are still looking back— to the old Russian Orthodox Church, to tsarism, to the days of the Soviet Union, or are looking to the declining West as a way forward.

This was predicted, not only by me but by others, such as Sergei O. Prokofieff, the grandson of the composer Prokofiev. I was slightly acquainted with his father (all three now deceased). See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_O._Prokofieff.

Ivashov’s point (see above) is proven by the ghastly mess the Russian Army has made of the Ukraine invasion. Complete ill-preparedness, incompetence, inability to organize. This is not the army that took over most of Afghanistan in a few days.

From the point of view of the Threefold Social Order, the key weakness of Russia under Putin is that the economic or business element has become far too entangled with the State. The result is two-fold: business imperatives have to be placed at the disposal of the State but, also, the State cannot act decisively because business convenience has led to flawed decisions and to people appointed via cronyism and corruption.

I am beginning to wonder whether this possibly botched assassination was not a kind of 20 July 1944 moment, though not aimed directly at Putin himself: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Valkyrie. Or possibly a warning to Putin, by some part of whatever the Russian Army General Staff now consists of.

Russia needs an ideology, something beyond ordinary Russian nationalism, in which it can believe. “Without vision, the people perish” [Book of Ezekiel].

Peter Hitchens

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11130351/PETER-HITCHENS-stairs-bossing-time-rebelled.html.

Fascinating that the Mail on Sunday/Daily Mail online disallows readers to comment on Hitchens’ column. What are the msm manipulators afraid that the readers might write?

At times, the System presents itself as all-powerful, but in reality it only has the power allowed it by the people, usually by default, because the people are asleep most of the time.

That was seen during the panicdemic, when the State and its offshoots (eg the police) imposed all kinds of arbitrary nonsense: the facemask nonsense, “social distancing”, wearing a facemask muzzle in the supermarket but not in the pub across the way, the ludicrous “Rule of Six”, the “one-way systems” seen in some supermarkets and other places, and little retail nobodies suddenly given the power to say “move back a little” or “wear your mask higher over your nose“.

The police were among the worst offenders, poisoning lakes in the Peak District in case hikers might want to go to see them, using loudspeaker drones to bully middleaged couples walking on hills, and so on.

It was actually frightening to see how easily brainwashed many people were, such as the hysterical Welsh farming family who called both the police and the newspapers to rant and cry about the two people from England who had camped on one of their bare and deserted wet hillsides. Apparently, the campers had, in some manner unknown, “endangered” the Welsh hysterics just by being there. However, the newspaper reporters were OK (or did they slip the peasants a few pounds to make it all OK?).

The police were in their element as real crime all but ceased, leaving Plod plenty of time to chase after and fine motorists and motorcyclists taking a leisurely drive on the empty roads. The police were also able to polish their skills as a poundland KGB monitoring social media.

While all the above was happening, large numbers, perhaps millions, of unthinking idiots were out on command every week, clapping like trained seals “for the NHS” (which all but closed down) and the other “key workers” such as the very police who were enforcing the Government’s repression (and adding a few off-the-cuff “measures” of their own, such as examining shopping bought by people to make sure that the purchases were “reasonable”).

There was more. Far more. The nonsense went deep, and most people felt obliged to comply with much of it. Ironic. We used to laugh or shake our heads at the sorry citizens of North Korea or East Germany…

The bright spot, though, is that, gradually, many people did wake up, and realized that the “pandemic” was to a large extent a “scamdemic” and certainly a “panicdemic”.

Eventually, after having wasted hundreds of billions of pounds (the result of which we are now seeing as our economy collapses), the Government pretended that the useless and even harmful pseudo-“vaccines” could be presented as having “saved” the UK from worse outcomes, and so relaxed the absurd “measures” before the public rebelled en masse, which as I predicted was starting to happen (not by violent resistance but by people just not wearing the facemasks, and ignoring the stupid “Rule of Six” and “social distancing” etc). “Yes repeat no”.

Even now, though, one sometimes sees the odd crank wearing a facemask.

My view

I have posted this before, but perhaps now it is time to repeat it:

Soon, sooner than many imagine, those of us still alive will be called upon to re-establish European civilization and culture. That may be hard and may be harsh, but it must be done. God mote it be!

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…or indeed a “Ukrainian” “refugee“(since 2002, in the UK or Ireland)…

Meanwhile, a pantomime horse has just won the Derby. Oh, wait a minute…

Still, we should be careful about what we mock: what happens in California often takes a few years (maybe only one or two) to make it to the East Coast of the USA, then a few years more (maybe only one or two these days) to reach the UK.

…and some people still think that voting in an occasional rigged election for this or that puppet, or for this or that facade of a political party, will change things…

Liz Truss

Talking of System puppets, I happened to see this [below] about Liz Truss:

Looking at Liz Truss, at the sheer mendacity and general dishonesty of the woman, about how she has managed to claw ahead in career terms without ever having actually achieved anything concrete, and about how she basically became an MP on her back, I am convinced that —assuming that Indian “clever boy” Sunak fails to overtake her— she will be a truly rotten Prime Minister, quite as bad as Boris-idiot has been, and will be facing a far more difficult set of challenges, especially economically.

This just might be the time for which social nationalism has been waiting for so long. An incompetent and stupid woman as Prime Minister, public dissatisfaction turning to anger as millions go cold and hungry, and a (so far) very uninspiring official Opposition.

All we need is an organizationally and ideologically tight party core; a start, if you like. Once such a movement develops and expands, it can crush all opposition.

Britain 2022

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/police-investigate-woman-who-hit-26940000

Black boy throws mud, with others, at a woman paddling a kayak, allegedly then gets hit by her, and the little bastard’s family now want the (white) woman to face prosecution!

All too typical…

@EternalEnglish

Well, it was always going to happen. The linked Jew-Zionist and “antifa” elements have managed to have tweeter @EternalEnglish closed down, at least for now. Pity, but that is what happens these days.

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Silver lining?

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Ryelandt]

Diary Blog, 16 July 2022

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On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz

Well, this week brings yet another victory over Blairite political journalist John Rentoul: I trumped his 6/10 with my 8/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1 and 9.

Incidentally, question 7 is (arguably) wrongly put: Ryanair was actually founded in 1984, but I presume that its active operations began in 1985.

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Well, all right, but which of the present bunch of Conservative Party leadership contenders has been “good at the job” given to them? Indian “clever boy” Sunak, whose spraying of public money at “furloughed” employees, and at often fraudulent and inactive small businesses, as well as other absurd “Covid”-related nonsense (eg “Test and Trace”) etc, has fuelled the present gathering inflation?

What about Liz Truss, who seems to want war with Russia, and who not long ago embarrassed this country by telling Sergei Lavrov that several indisputably-Russian cities such as Novgorod (between Moscow and Petersburg) were Ukrainian? She only became an MP in the first place on her back.

Kemi Badenoch? Not much can be found that is much against her, and she seems quite intelligent, but of course I could never countenance an African (in her case, Nigerian) as Prime Minister of this country.

Tom Tugendhat? Well, part-Jew, so I would not want him on that basis alone, as well as which he is a “very strong supporter of Israel” [Wikipedia], so that’s a second black mark. Seems to want war, or at least conflict, with Russia, so there’s a third black mark (anyone who seems to actually want war with Russia must be totally idiotic, looking at our inability to protect our population in such a contingency; it would mean the end of this country).

Fourthly, Tugendhat makes much, really too much, of his military experience (at first in whatever the Educational Corps is now called, followed by a TA commission in the Intelligence Corps). Seems that he was mainly a desk soldier, though exact details of his career are lacking, perhaps because politically or operationally sensitive.

Fifthly, as if the above were not enough, Tugendhat has attended at least one Bilderberg conference [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilderberg_meeting].

Also, Tugendhat actually holds French citizenship (as well as UK), and his wife is a judge in France, where she is said to be tied-up with the Macron cabal (see also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/).

Readers will not be surprised to be informed that, for me, Tugendhat comes right at the bottom of the list.

A poor bunch, surely, by any standards, and only two of the five contenders are English, or really/fully British— Penny Mordaunt and Liz Truss.

Penny Mordaunt seems to connect with “ordinary people”, for what that is worth. She is probably not much good, but no worse than the others.

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I cannot pretend that I am particularly sorry either for buyers or sellers in Britain’s superheated property market.

Incidentally, looking at Rightmove entries for my own present part of the world (central southern, and coastal, England), I see now that at least half of at least the more expensive properties are now marked as having been “reduced” from their original list prices.

Interesting Saudi Arabian rewilding project

[Al Ula, Saudi Arabia]
By 2035, the Royal Commission for AlUla will have:

•    Replanted hundreds of native plant species from 56 species of indigenous plants

•    Produced 31 million seedlings in its plant nursery

•    Planted 10 million trees in nature reserves across AlUla County

•    Rehabilitating some 65,000 hectares of degraded land

•    Adopted county-wide sustainable land management methods.

Already, more species are returning home to AlUla. Earlier this year 162 animals, including Arabian oryx, sand gazelles, idmi gazelles and Nubian ibex, were reintroduced. And more species are returning on their own.

Emma Gallacher, the project’s Conservation Initiatives Lead, says “Our camera trapping has revealed many species, including Arabian wolf, red fox, Blanford’s fox, Rock hyrax, Cape hare, North African wildcat, Arabian partridge, sand partridge and many more”.”

[Evening Standard]

“Lockdown”-nonsense news

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/covid-lockdown-fines-dropped-metropolitan-police-b1012348.html

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A mathematician, not a medical specialist of any kind: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hannah_Fry.

There must be some way to remove Trudeau and others…

The 2020-2022 period in the UK also showed how many minor functionaries here, in the police and NHS, even supermarket staff, loved having their moment of petty power to order people to adjust their facemask muzzles or move 6ft away from the next slave-citizen.

Time to establish an NHS unit to combat…hypochondria.

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I see that quite a few ads on TV are now colouring some element of the film or animation with the Ukrainian blue-and-yellow. One example, a blue/yellow cartoon bird on the side in some ad for (I think it was) insurance or something like that.

In the past day I have seen two or three ads with obvious “pro-Ukraine” (meaning, in effect, pro the Zionist cabal in Kiev) colours.

Are we still pretending that the “Stand with Ukraine” thing is not basically a conspiracy, retailing propaganda which has been swallowed whole by millions of deluded people? Like the “trans” nonsense, “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, it is but one part of a sinister jigsaw.

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Diary Blog, 12 July 2022, including thoughts about the Jamie Wallis case and matters arising

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To fit with the current hot weather. Sadie Marquardt. If there is a better bellydancer, I have not seen her.

On this day a year ago

A few thoughts about Jamie Wallis, Bridgend elections, and both Conservative and Labour parties

The conviction(s) of Jamie Wallis for driving offences [see https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jul/11/tory-mp-jamie-wallis-banned-driving-failing-stop-crash], possibly when drunk or drugged (though there was no direct forensic scientific evidence of either, Wallis having fled the immediate scene wearing, inter alia, a miniskirt), lead me to more general thoughts than those directly concerning this loonie who has somehow become an MP.

First of all, though, we must examine said loonie.

Wikipedia says nothing about the parentage or family origins of Wallis: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamie_Wallis. All that we know of his early life is that he attended a Roman Catholic school, followed by a comprehensive school at Bridgend (Wales).

Wallis was awarded a degree in chemistry from Oxford, followed by a doctorate in astrobiology from Cardiff University. The usual Oxford chemistry degree follows a 4-year course, not 3 years, and confers a master’s degree (M.Chem.).

Wallis was involved with a number of sleazy and dishonest trading activities both before and during his time as MP.

When Wallis realized that the game was up in various ways, he cashed in on the “trans” aspect, which led to “Boris”-idiot and other MPs “supporting” him, despite the probable falsity of his claims to have been raped, and to have suffered consequent post-traumatic stress disorder etc.

Anything “trans” or LGBTQXYZ seems, these days, to be the last refuge of the scoundrel, triggering an avalanche of virtue-signalling.

Needless to say, an honourable MP would by now have resigned, on several different grounds, but this moneygrubbing Wallis individual has not done so; I doubt that he/she/it will do.

Having said that, I very much doubt that Wallis will remain as MP for very long, even if not deselected.

Turning now to more general thoughts around the case of Wallis, I was just looking at the more recent general election results for Bridgend, which is a large town in South Wales: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridgend.

Bridgend constituency was created in 1983. That year, the Conservative Party won it, but Labour won the seat in the subsequent 8 general elections. Wallis was elected in 2019.

Bridgend has never been a hard-core Labour seat, and some of the more recent elections have been quite close. In 2010 and 2015, Labour won by 6, then 5 points. In 2017 (under Corbyn), Labour won by 11 points, but that was reversed in 2019, when Wallis beat the Labour candidate by nearly 3 points: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridgend_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s.

For me, there are pointers here that go beyond this very sleazy MP, and beyond Bridgend.

Wallis will not be re-elected whatever the label he adopts at the next general election. It may be that Labour will recapture the seat. However, it can be seen that Bridgend’s support for Labour has —with a brief upsurge when Corbyn was newly-adopted as leader— slowly waned over the years.

I think that that is true over large swathes of England and Wales. Voters are turning off from both main System parties, but the Conservative Party roots are now basically stronger in its heartlands than Labour roots now are in its.

The Labour Party is just not capturing the loyalty, or even the casual interest, of most voters.

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What part of “Boris was a major part of the scamdemic repression” does tweeter “@BenIrvineAuthor” not understand? Boris-idiot was not some political hero captured by evil forces (as in the Trump/QAnon fantasy conspiracies) but a willing and enthusiastic collaborator with them.

Even I was (very briefly) taken in by the “scamdemic” propaganda, for a week or two.

That doctor, a psychiatrist (wouldn’t you know— a living caricature) seems to have his own mental problems, judging by a few tweets seen from time to time. Still, perhaps he has his points; I try not to judge others as unfairly as some judge me.

Exactly. Only one thing deals with these charlatans properly.

Good point.

Perhaps someone will watch the accession ceremonies from the Grassy Knoll. Oh no..wait…

Rwanda has done its bit for “Conservative” empty rhetoric on migration invasion; it can now depart, like Othello.

I suppose that some tiny version of the Rwanda policy might be kept going as a meaningless talking-point between “refugees welcome” dimwits and the equally dim “Priti and Boris want to stop immigration—yay!” idiots. Priti Patel and “Boris” have no intention of stopping, or even seriously trying to stop either mass immigration generally or the cross-Channel migration-invasion.

Mo Farah

Incidentally, and as I suggested yesterday in response to commentators on the blog, it occurs to me that the “Mo Farah was a trafficked illegal immigrant” story may be just another way of promoting the idea that illegal immigration is not really a problem for the UK (or Europe generally).

You can just hear the idiots saying “well, after all, Mo Farah was an illegal immigrant and look what he has done“. Actually, what has he done? Made a lot of money out of his success in athletics, married an Englishwoman, had several children with her etc: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mo_Farah

I have no reason to think that the recent revelations are untrue. Whether true or not, the whole thing, with the mixed-race children etc, is brilliant propaganda for not only the “refugees welcome” dimwits but also for the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan itself: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalergi_Plan; http://adam.curry.com/art/1543753587_mkXBrvrY.html; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_von_Coudenhove-Kalergi; http://eprints.nottingham.ac.uk/51778/1/Thesis%20%5B10.05.18%5D.pdf.

The Great Replacement. White Genocide, in effect.

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…and two of the others are a Jew (Shapps) and a part-Jew (Tugendhat). It seems that only 3 out of the 10 so far declared are actually white, actually English/real British: Penny Mordaunt, Jeremy Hunt, Liz Truss. If Priti Patel also declares, that will be 3 out of 11 candidates.

Not a race war as such, or simplistically, but a race and culture war.

All that matters is that a core of white Europeans (“post-Aryans”, if you like) survive, if the rest of the world were to perish. See also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

I see that my thoughts do not travel alone…

Priti Patel

The Israeli agent (at least agent of influence), Priti Patel, who (incredibly) made it to the rank of Cabinet Minister despite being Indian (via East Africa), thick as two short planks, and thoroughly dishonest (as well as no good at her job), has pulled out of the Conservative Party leadership contest. Good riddance.

Same goes for Jew-Zionist business trickster Grant Shapps, who has also given up his doomed bid to head the “Con” Party.

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What huge lack of confidence British people now have as a people. Oh, no, we could never have a health service without immigrants, never have a police service, never have a…pizza delivery service…

Wait a moment!” We (Brits) did manage to invent or discover about 80% of everything, though (and if you include Germany and France, almost 100%); oh, and we did create the largest empire ever known (at peak, between 1918 and 1939, nearly a third of the Earth).

The enzyme for degradation, degeneration etc is usually the (((you know who)))…

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No comment, or at least [see below]

I once, aged about 12, had a copy of the Agatha Christie book with its original title, Ten Little Niggers. That “had to be” changed, some years later, I think in the 1980s, to Ten Little Indians, until even that became contentious; it is now republished as And Then There Were None.

I suppose that the Conservative Party equivalent will be And Then There Was One (Idiot), just as in 2019.

It may be, with Hunt having a Chinese wife, that he is inured to the very authoritarian ways of Chinese government.

Ah. Andrew Bowie MP, a Conservative Party cretin so far never seen nor heard of by me. His educational background [see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Bowie_(politician)] obviously flatters him. Ex-Royal Navy. Strange views. He even thinks that having Jamie Wallace on board the good ship Con-Party is a positive factor.

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Diary Blog, 16 June 2022

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[Spetsnaz officer exits plane over Vasilievsky Island, St. Petersburg]
[Shishkin, Before the Storm]

On this day a year ago

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Is this the moment in history when the West actually goes mad?

Brings to my mind the day when I met the Metropolitan of Kiev, the second-ranking bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church. That was in the early 1980s, in London. A diminutive person with a beard seemingly almost as long as his body. He gave me a bottle of export Moskovskaya vodka (now sadly all-but-unobtainable in the UK, and I think not even manufactured in its original version).

That was also the first time I saw kefir. The Metropolitan was drinking it at breakfast in his small hotel, the De Vere, a place in Kensington High Street, and used quite often by the not-far-away Soviet Embassy.

I heard some ridiculous little bastard, a “Conservative” MP, on the pathetic BBC Radio 4 PM show yesterday, bleating about “smugglers”. We should be deterring the migrant-invaders first. As to “people-smugglers”, there should be ordered a covert operation to kill them.

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The above was later used in the Yellow River Concerto:

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I would make a heartfelt suggestion, but in view of the police-state repression now existent in the UK, I shall keep it to myself for now.

Intelligent speech and Jess Phillips rarely meet: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/07/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-jess-phillips-story/.

James Patterson. Whoever he may be. Pathetic groveller.

“Diversity” = “No Whites”…

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_Atterberg]

Diary Blog, 15 June 2022

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On this day a year ago

Britain 2022

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/heroic-woman-pelts-sex-predator-27232121

Read that report and then look at the sentence— 3 years, very lenient for what the defendant actually did— meaning that the defendant will be out in 18 months, and possibly earlier.

Why are such untermenschen even in this country, even in Europe? Unnecessary, unwanted, and —at best— useless.

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I have seen Ukraine develop as a “fake state” and indeed “failed state” over the past 30 years. There were even strong possibilities, ~23 years ago, that I might spend time there (maybe two years or longer, in Kiev and/or Odessa and/or elsewhere).

Ukraine, a “state” for only 30 years, has been a festering mess of corruption and shambolic maladministration. Also, very much exploited by Jewish interests.

As it now is, Ukraine has control over only —about— three-quarters of its territory, and over about half of its 1990’s population. It has little manufacturing industry still operating, its agricultural produce cannot be exported, and it is almost entirely dependent on American and other foreign aid.

The Jesuit Order has captured the Papacy: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/10/14/diary-blog-14-october-2021/.

Alison Chabloz

I have received no news about Alison Chabloz, but note that the custodial part of her unjust sentence (for having lampooned supposedly-typical Jewish behaviour in cartoons, animations, and humorous song) comes to an end on 29 June 2022, exactly 2 weeks from today.

[Alison Chabloz, singer-songwriter and satirist]

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[German tanks advance near Kursk, 1943]

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What happened to Ireland? The IRA and Sinn Fein may have been a movement I mostly opposed in the 1970s and 1980s, but it seems that the Irish are now completely supine, ground down under the heel of, almost unbelievably, a gay half-Indian puppet of the New World Order and Zionist Occupation Government [NWO/ZOG].

Can nothing be done?…

Comment perhaps superfluous…

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Diary Blog, 13 June 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Don’t expect System moneygrubber Alastair Stewart to be too interested in the truth. In his twenties, in the early 1970s, like so many of that Blair generation, he was a pseudo-revolutionary, only to become a moneygrubbing part of the System later. A hypocrite, who used to make TV shows critical of drink-driving…until he himself crashed his own car when drunk.

Who would have thought that “nationalist”-oriented Ireland of the 1970s would, within a few decades, be governed by a gay half-Indian completely tied-in with the transnational NWO/ZOG milieu?

As Nietzsche posited, it surely is now time, politically at least, for a “revaluation of all values“, to restore truth to politics…

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Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. Ultimately, “White Genocide”…

Incidentally, I recently heard of someone’s experience in the North Kent area. Someone had a heart attack at home. His wife, an NHS employee holding a senior nursing rank, called immediately for an ambulance, using the 999 system. The ambulance arrived after one hour.

The above was not in some rural outpost, but in a heavily populated urban and suburban area.

It is clear that the NHS now offers what might be called a skeleton service. My own experience over the past decade (not, mostly, as patient) has led me to characterize the NHS as a “hit or miss” service, sometimes amazingly good, often not terribly good, not always reliable, often not even competent, and often simply ridiculous in its maladministration. A mixed picture.

The Kiev regime has been attacking civilians in the Donetsk area for 8 years now. Fortunately, the Kiev-regime forces are running out of arms and ammunition, despite resupply from NATO.

Russia will “win” this unpleasant war, at least in the area of Ukraine east of the Dnieper and south of a line Kiev-Kharkov.

Exactly. More blacks and browns are arriving daily into the UK, both “legally”, semi-legally (i.e. as “tourists” or “students” who fail to go home), or outright illegally (e.g. by crossing the Channel in —ever-larger— RIBs or other boats). Thousands of the bastards every day. A handful sent to Rwanda (some of whom may even be allowed to return here) will make no difference whatever.

…the saddest thing, apart from the effect on our demographics, is that many braindead “Conservative” voters will drink in the Con/msm propaganda about this uncritically, and then go out to vote Con, despite all of this being an obvious scam.

“Democracy” means nothing when the voters are so easily bamboozled.

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[Shishkin, Bee Families in the Forest]