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Diary Blog, 26 January 2022, with a few thoughts about Southend-on-Sea and the Southend West by-election

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On this day a year ago

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The “panicdemic, together with its absurd “laws”, “rules” and “guidance”, has exposed, brutally, the level of psychopathology in large parts of the population. In various ways. Those who fear, not “the virus”, at root, but everything outside their own circle. The obsessive and pointless mask-wearing is one example. Another is the alacrity seen in those suddenly given petty power to tell others to wear a facemask, wear it differently or better, stay x-feet away from other shoppers (or from the said obsessive), and so on.

“The virus” has also exposed what little real respect most people now have for civil liberties, or even logic. So it was that the people —many, perhaps most, of them— accepted the ludicrous “Rule of Six” made up by the part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer and liar posing as Prime Minister.

Doubt about the official narrative has grown, but only slowly, and it may be that the System overplayed its hand, in that the conspiratorial “SAGE” committee (I used to call it “DUMB”— the “Department Under Matt and Boris”) heralded the “Omicron variant” as something likely to kill hundreds of thousands.

Well, now, only weeks after the latest alarmist predictions of the egregious Professor Ferguson and his cohorts, we see that “Omicron” is killing almost no-one, despite the frenzied testing and consequent announcement of millions of “cases”.

The public is waking up, though seems to have little real anger about having been played for two years. The System has spun it as “the measures taken mean that —if we keep “vaccinating”— we can live with Covid“. That spin or gloss pats on the back SAGE, the No.10 chancer, the government as a whole, and the poor saps otherwise known as The Great British Public…

Thus the Government (weakly opposed by the “we can run workhouses better” fake Opposition) can remove the various restrictions without having to admit to having got it wrong for 2 years, and without having to impliedly admit that the “panicdemic” was also —largely, not entirely— a “scamdemic”, and the measures taken for other reasons.

Southend West by-election

I have already blogged briefly about the upcoming by-election at Southend West, set down for 3 February 2022: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/01/13/diary-blog-13-january-2022/.

Seems that the latest news is that canvassers for the Conservative Party have been met with “a wall of disapproval” never previously encountered. That may mean a very low turnout as people “vote with their feet”. They cannot vote for any credible alternative because they have been denied that option.

The System parties have decided that, as with the Jo Cox assassination, the David Amess incident must be marked by the voters being denied a proper choice at the by-election, leaving standing only the “Conservative” Party candidate and a ragbag of small and/or joke parties and independents.

It will be interesting to see what proportion of the vote will go to Steve Laws (UKIP), who is somewhat known, by reason of his monitoring of, and tweeting about, the cross-Channel migration-invasion. He seems to be the front runner after the “Conservative” woman, though Catherine Blaiklock (English Democrats) may get quite a few votes.

I doubt whether Jayda Fransen (standing as Independent) will do well, but perhaps the Southend West voters will confound me.

Southend is not an area I know. I have been there, though only for an hour or so, and long ago, in 1977 or 1978.

I had returned from a youthful misadventure in Rhodesia, aged 20-21, and had signed up for a temporary job doing various kinds of casual work. One such, for a few days, was travelling around London delivering booze to various places as the driver’s mate, hauling crates around.

I remember that one destination was Pentonville Prison (for the guards), a cavalry barracks in Hounslow (the Sergeant’s Mess), and a bingo hall in some concrete town in Essex (Basildon? I forget now). Also, to what was either the Conservative Club, or the Naval and Military Club, Southend-on-Sea.

I remember that the Club to which we delivered was on a kind of bluff or clifftop overlooking the sea. There was a greensward between the Club and the clifftop. A tree growing there too (a monkeypuzzle tree? Or is that my memory inventing something?).

The sun was just setting over the sea, and that, together with the Union Jack on a flagpole, rendered the scene somehow elegiac. The Evening Hymn and Last Post might have been fitting.

Looking now at Google Maps and Google Earth, I think that that club was “Naval and Military” rather than “Conservative”. The latter seems to have been in a less pleasant setting in the middle of the town, and to have closed permanently a few years ago, a function of the declining membership of the Conservative Party: https://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/16385600.southend-conservative-club-close-doors-final-time/.

I remember the day mentioned partly because, having launched a crate of Scotch down a wooden chute to the cellar from the street, it had unfortunately slid down far too fast, and right into the gammy leg of the steward, who let out a few oaths that were certainly blue, and possibly naval, though not necessarily Conservative.

Thanks to the incredible resources now available via Google, Google Earth etc, I have just tracked down the place: Naval and Military Club, 20 Royal Terrace, Southend-on-Sea.

[Naval and Military Club, Southend-on-Sea]

Still going, it seems.

I have just been looking at some photos of Southend. Not terribly pleasant-looking overall. In a way surprising that it is a Conservative Party stronghold.

In fact, that seems not as clearcut as the election results for Southend West and other other local constituency (Rochford and Southend East) would suggest. Quite a high level of poverty, and the Southend local council is a non-Conservative minority-coalition administration, with little more than a third of all councillors Conservatives (20 out of 51).

The well-known anti-poverty campaigner and creator of recipes made on a shoestring, “Jack” Monroe, aka “the Bootstrap Cook”, is from Southend: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Monroe.

I notice that the local newspaper report on the closure of the Conservative Club in 2018 reported that Southend “is not safe at night“…

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An ex-Muslim apostate, and Ayn Rand devotee, who took his honeymoon in Israel. This country really has become a total dustbin.

Get Trudeau, and those behind him, OUT!

Nadhim Zahawi, another enemy of the British people.

…but the death rate will be far higher in the next few years, because the NHS has almost stopped treating people with non-Covid conditions, particularly those whose pathologies are at earlier stages.

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BBC “News”

This morning, watched, for the first time in a while, a whole half-hour of BBC TV news. Of the 30 minutes, about 20 mins was given over to the idiot posing as Prime Minister, and as to whether he broke his own ludicrous “Covid” “rules” or “laws”. Then we had 5 minutes about Ukraine and the possibility of invasion by Russian forces. A strange disproportion, to my mind: 20 mins about the idiot at Downing Street, and his cake and wine, but only 5 mins about the possibility (I would think probability) of (more) war in Ukraine.

The remaining 5 mins was mostly the weather report and forecast, the most accurate part of the whole broadcast.

The bit about Ukraine was mostly devoted to someone called James Nixey, an expert from the Chatham House think tank formerly (and surely better-) called the Royal Institute of International Affairs [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chatham_House].

I have little quarrel with what the said Nixey had to say, though it did not tell me anything that I did not already know (but then the news broadcasts are supposedly for the population as a whole).

I noticed that Nixey had on the bookshelves behind him (at his home, apparently, at Pangbourne) a couple of books which I myself have; I saw one about George Blake. https://www.chathamhouse.org/about-us/our-people/james-nixey; https://uk.linkedin.com/in/james-nixey-3621a710.

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Sarah Moulds prosecuted

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Not that I do not think that there are not many very good people in the NHS, but the whole juggernaut has gone astray.

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If true, it is one of the (very few) things “Boris” has done of which I approve wholeheartedly. Why lie about it? I would rather those innocent animals be rescued than many of the Afghans, some of whom hate us or despise us, and none of whom will ever be anything but a nuisance to us (at best). If “Madame Boris” (Carrie Johnson) got him to do it, well, never mind. It is the sort of thing a “first lady” should do— exercise compassionate influence.

Personal sanctions may be inconvenient to Putin (and those close to him) but they will not change his intent for a second. What is happening now around Ukraine is not the impetuous policy-on-the-hoof of the part-Jews David Cameron-Levita and Nicholas Sarkozy, when they stupidly decided to help the Libyan rebels in 2012. This is a long-considered and carefully worked-out plan by Putin, the Russian General Staff or Stavka, and the intelligence services, especially the GRU.

Putin and others see the Ukraine situation in the light of the 1100 years of conjoined close connection between Russia and Ukraine more than the 30 years of shambolic Ukrainian independence. They see it as a matter of territorial integrity (of the Slavonic heartlands), and also as a matter of existential national survival; they want a dead stop to NATO installing advanced weapons in Ukraine (and Poland, and the Baltic states).

What now? I myself would expect, as blogged recently, there to be an invasion at least of the Eastern part of Ukraine, and probably Kiev area too. I would expect the Spetsnaz forces of the Stavka, perhaps partly undercover, to create chaos in Kiev and some other key cities and non-urban locations first, before tanks roll in. and before the skies are full of descending parachutes.

I doubt that Russian forces plan to occupy anywhere much west of the Dnieper. Putin would rather install a pro-Russian Ukrainian government in Kiev, which would at least try to control the western part of Ukraine, while allowing the eastern part to exercise (pro-Russian) near-autonomy.

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Russia gains little or nothing by delay. Every day that passes now makes a potential invasion or “incursion” slightly more difficult for Russian forces.

The Soviet Union always had awesome capabilities for swift mass deployment of forces (eg in Afghanistan), especially by air, and Russia’s newly-upgraded forces still have that, as far as I can see. The main reason that Russia did not simply invade a week or more ago was probably that Putin needed to “condition” the European states and the USA to the idea of Russian incursion, so as to obviate a sudden “Cuban Missile Crisis” situation developing.

Now, Putin can be sure that all that the NATO core states (really just USA and UK) will do is to impose blah-blah “sanctions” on Russia and its leaders. No attempt at direct military parrying. Biden has said as much. As for “Boris”, he is just a spectator, really.

Putin would probably prefer to “win without war”, in the famous phrase of Sun-Tzu, but it seems doubtful that the Kiev government will give him what he wants (though the Kiev leaders do seem to be disenchanted with the USA’s lukewarm support, so there is a slight possibility).

As said previously, I doubt that Russian forces would invade, or need to invade, more than a few miles west of Kiev. Mostly in the eastern part of the country, where there are several million ethnic-Russian civilians living.

Also, Russia will try to work psychologically on the Ukrainian population, mainly in Kiev and east of the Dnieper. Anxiety, maybe panic etc. If unexpected sabotage etc takes place, the countdown has begun.

I would expect the storm to break, if it does, within a week or so of today.

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Seems plausible, anyway…

Crazy old bitches. At best, very neurotic.

Several members of the misnamed “SAGE” committee (cabal) are very similar.

Hm…just what “they” accuse some German doctors of having done in the 1930s….Surely our wonderful system could not have done that?…

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[Times Square, 1943]

Diary Blog, 17 January 2022

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On this day a year ago

Household bills and inflation


Still think that “lockdowns”, “furlough payments”, “vaccine rollouts”, £40 billion wasted on “Test and Trace” (and the rest of the “Covid” madness) all come for free? Think again.

The “enrichment” brought by “diversity”



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Even the apparently most humble creatures of the Earth are incredible, and worthy of respect.

…and even if the entire present government were to be replaced by a Labour-label one, nothing much would be changed, except possibly for the worse, under Keir Starmer’s Friends of Israel cabal.

The Jew-Zionists and their “useful idiots” would love to get rid of The Merchant of Venice, of course, because the caricature is far too accurate.

I blogged about the inexplicable rise of Gavin Williamson nearly three years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/02/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-gavin-williamson-story/.

Robert Largan is a horrible little bastard. He kicked satirical singer Alison Chabloz when she was down, by tweeting how pleased he was that she had been imprisoned. He is a craven puppet of the Jewish-Zionist-Israel lobby.

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Amazingly self-assured performance from such a young girl. Incidentally, “valenki” are felt boots (traditional Russian winter footwear).

Short foray

Made a foray into a small suburbanized town about 6 miles from my now-humble home. Driving along, and waiting in the car for a while, I was observing the local people. At the railway station, quite a few (what I took to be) 16-18 y-o school students waiting. Every single one was looking at, indeed absorbed in, her or his mobile device, apparently oblivious to other people, the natural world, everything. Few seemed to be typing (if that is the right word); just silently, it seemed, staring down at the device. Strange society…

The other oddity was how many of the older people in the main —in fact only— shopping street were wearing facemasks while walking along; that despite the sun and a light breeze (and the low temperature). About half. The facemask nonsense has become ingrained in the more “conditioned” or less-thinking part of the public.

The toytown police state at work


POLICE were called to Ringwood School this morning (Monday) as a small group of anti-Covid vaccination protesters forced their way onto its grounds.

The alarm was raised around 8.20am amid reports six people demonstrating against pupils being given the jab had turned up at the school in Parsonage Barn Lane. They gained entry via the reception area.

Twelve patrol cars were said to have been at the scene while officers dealt with the incident as both the Hampshire force and the school assured there was no danger to youngsters or staff.” [local newspaper report].

So no less than 12 police cars were sent to monitor a tiny and peaceful local civic protest involving only six individuals? No wonder the police are unable to deploy resources to deal with ordinary crime. Just as well that no-one made an “anti-Semitic” remark, or it might have been necessary to call for armed anti-terror police back-up…

Quite often now, it appears that this country has gone absolutely mad.

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…and we see inflation destroying, starting to destroy, the pay, pensions, and State benefits of the mass of the population. In the early 1920s, particularly 1923, the Weimar Republic currency suffered from hyperinflation, as paper currency was printed in vast amounts.

German hyperinflation destroyed pay, fixed pensions, savings bank deposits, but it also destroyed the enormous war debts and reparation debts incurred by German governments over many years.

Getting it now?

The Rishi Sunak “giveaways” were not really free…he is an “Indian giver”, in short.


[ADN-ZB Deutschland In der Geldauflieferungsstelle der Reichsbank in Berlin. (Aufnahme: Oktober 1923) 6823; banknotes awaiting distribution in Berlin, October 1923]

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I blogged about Macron a few years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/.

This is the thin end of the wedge. As I have been blogging recently, this is a small example of what we shall see in the future, regardless of what happens re. the “panicdemic”. Microchipped populations unable to dissent, on pain of being unable to travel, work, socialize, or even buy food, unless the System allows that via the implanted chip.

Quite. Hugely overpaid idiots such as Gary Lineker. I love the way they are all starting to squawk as they see their rice-bowls about to be taken away.

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[Shishkin, Gathering Storm]

Diary Blog, 16 January 2022

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Historical views on history and monarchy


Was reading the above article on the Royal Family and UK monarchy by scribbler A.N. Wilson.

Long ago now, I reviewed a book by A.N. Wilson on Amazon UK, where I was about 40th most popular reviewer (out of millions). Later, around 2012, the Jew-Zionist lobby had me barred from reviewing on Amazon UK (and on the separate American site…so much for “free speech” in the occupied USA…). All my reviews were then hidden from the public, and remain so.

One of the reviews effectively lost was the one about a book on British history in the 20th century, by A.N. Wilson. My view had been that his book was a really good read, but at the same time riddled with historical inaccuracies, absurd conclusions, and simple spelling mistakes. This article is similar in some respects.

Look at this:

“…we should not take the durability of the institution for granted. 

At the end of World War I, when Russia, Germany, Austria and many other European nations were replacing their monarchs with forms of government in every way more tyrannical and bloody, George V, our king, once quietly remarked: ‘I’m going to have to work hard to keep my job.’

He and his wife, Queen Mary, did indeed work to develop the concept of constitutional monarchy.

Far from endangering parliamentary democracy, it strengthened it. With a monarch as head of state, there is continuity and stability — it is no accident we remained a democracy when countries without kings or emperors ended up with leaders such as Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini and Franco.”

Well, let’s see. “At the end of WW1...” etc: In 1917, the rule of Nikolai II in Russia was replaced by that of the Provisional Government under Prince Lvov and Alexander Kerensky. It was not “tyrannical” or “bloody“, but was chaotic and unable to rule. Indeed, one could argue that the previous years of Nikolai’s rule, at least since the 1905 uprising, had been at times both tyrannical and bloody, especially if the Russian participation in WW1 is placed on the scales.

True, the Bolshevik government, which replaced the Provisional government later in 1917, was certainly bloody and, in the lay sense, tyrannical, and that was so even under Lenin, certainly later yet under Stalin.

Germany after WW1 was not a tyranny. The Weimar Republic was decadent, badly-run, verged on disorder at times, and was quite illiberal towards those who, like Hitler, were German nationalists, but it cannot really be called either tyrannical or bloody. Neither was the government of Hitler, in its 6 years of relative peace (1933-1939). It was dictatorial; it was not tyrannical. There is a difference. As for “bloody”, not so, overall.

Austria did become a kind of dictatorship, but only after 1933, under Dollfuss and, subsequently, Schuschnigg, but for the preceding 14 years had been a constitutional democracy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Austrian_Republic.

What about Wilson’s contention that ” He [George V of England] and his wife, Queen Mary, did indeed work to develop the concept of constitutional monarchy.” True up to a point. Wilson’s phrasing is awkward. The “concept of constitutional monarchy” had been developing in England and the UK for centuries, certainly since the English Civil War and the century following (17th/18th centuries).

Moreover, the same process was happening across Europe; certainly that was so in the 19th Century. It was not confined to the UK by any means.

As for Italy, Mussolini was dictatorial, though not officially a dictator (though he presented himself as such). Some who were (thankfully) repressed under his rule (notably the Mafia and other criminals, and Stalinist Communists) would say (wrongly) that he was a tyrant, but Italy remained a constitutional monarchy right the way through Mussolini’s rule, a fact that Wilson either does not know or fails to mention.

An Allied invasion of Sicily began in July 1943, leading to the collapse of the Fascist regime and the fall of Mussolini on 25 July. Mussolini was deposed and arrested by order of King Victor Emmanuel III in co-operation with the majority of the members of the Grand Council of Fascism, which passed a motion of no confidence. On 8 September, Italy signed the Armistice of Cassibile, ending its war with the Allies.” [Wikipedia].

In fact, Italy only ceased to be a monarchy in 1946, following a mass referendum.

So Wilson seems once again to need either a history lesson or a lesson in how to express himself. Having said that, I certainly agree with most of his criticism, in the article, of Harry (“the Royal Cuck”), Meghan Markle (“the Royal Mulatta”), Andrew Windsor, and others, such as the horrible and entitled (mostly in both senses) moneygrubbing “younger members of the Royal Family”.

I believe that A.N. Wilson was once a regular guest of the Queen at table, at Windsor Castle, but was (sometime in the 1980s, or maybe a little later) cold-shouldered after he wrote a piece in the Evening Standard about what he had heard at dinner.

I see that I am not the only one to have noticed Wilson’s factual inaccuracies: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._N._Wilson#Critiques_of_Wilson’s_work.

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I stick with my view, held for nearly two years now, that much of the Covid madness has been a very-large-scale psychological experiment in mass conditioning, designed to result, down the line, in an almost robotic and very Pavlovian response to the orders of the System.

Remember the early/mid 2020 “social distancing”, with lines of shoppers obediently x-metres or feet away from each other, only moving forward on the orders of deadhead supermarket “marshals”? Then there has been the facemask nonsense, as noted in the tweet. Also, the almost-useless and often dangerous “vaccines” and “boosters”, and the equally-useless mass “testing” for “the virus”.

Somewhere not far down the line, there will be the microchipping of the population . Those refusing to be microchipped will be, pretty much, social outcasts, unable to travel internationally or even within the UK (or wherever), all but unable to access services, all but unable to buy food or car fuel (as cash is phased out). Already, I read, many under-24 people are accustomed to using cards for almost all purchases, and use cash as little as once or twice per month. They will be easily persuaded to be microchipped. The microchipping will come in “not with a bang but a whimper”, and few will see the dangers and implications; even fewer will resist.

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We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”— 14 words…

It may be, that not very far in the future, the societies of Western and Central Europe will fall into complete decadence, their economies ruined, their legal and political systems ineffective and scarcely operational. A kind of Dark Age may be coming. If so, what really matters is to be prepared to seed a new pan-European civilization and culture, which can eliminate evil and disorder, so that a better future, and far future, will be able to exist.

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I posted the above film clip out of amusement, really. I (quite genuinely) wonder why idiots like that speaker, and her tiny and lumpenproletarian audience, waste time on demonstrations like that. Still, there it is.

A long time ago, in the 1980s, I was —very unusually— coming out of the Circle Line station at King’s Cross. It was a a summer afternoon. There was, just before the stairs leading to the street, a bank of public telephones. I happened to notice that there was a small black diary or notebook on the floor. I picked it up and looked at it, thinking that I might post it back to the owner, or hand it in to the police.

Said diary turned out to belong to someone at an address nearby, so I walked there. Why not? I was in no hurry, and I like to help people if I can.

I noticed that the appointments for the coming weeks were all this march, that demo, and feminist workshops etc. It was a slice of life straight out of a Private Eye parody, or the then “AgitProp” sections of magazines such as Time Out, or City Limits [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_Out_(magazine); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_Limits_(magazine)].

I soon arrived at the flat where the diary’s owner lived, 1930s social housing. I (dressed in a pinstripe suit, and sporting a silk tie) knocked at the door. A strange, rather red-faced and intense young woman opened the door, but only about 6 inches. I explained that I had found the diary and where. She looked very suspicious; taking the diary, she shut the door without a word of thanks! I suppose that when the (1980s version) of the “woke” revolution (was going to come), courtesy, or indeed simple politeness, and gratitude, would be unnecessary…

Perhaps the odd young woman thought that I was a member of MI5 or Special Branch who had stolen her diary to get intelligence, and/or was wanting to get to know her or even recruit her. Or did she imagine that I wanted to rape her (or whatever)? God knows. Stupid creature. As often said, “no good deed goes unpunished”…

Did the young woman use the public telephones to avoid any telephone tap on her own telephone? Or did she simply not have a telephone in the flat? Mobile telephones were effectively unknown then, of course.

I wonder where said young woman is now? Probably a member of the Labour Party (Corbyn faction), and/or a local Labour councillor, now aged 60+ and with decades of silly militancy behind her. Or did she fall by the wayside en route to the post-Marxist promised land, marry some accountant or solicitor, and acquire a suburban house, and a holiday home in some place unaffected by the collapse of white England? Who knows?

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National Socialism has passed into history, but the essence of it, in a new form, will rise up to rule Europe.

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I believe in public service broadcasting, but the BBC has not been that, in any serious way, for years, for many years.

I believe in the original dictum of Lord Reith: “inform, educate, and entertainin that order of priority.

The major strategic mistake the BBC made, at least 50 years ago, was to compete with ITV (and commercial radio) for “ratings”, i.e. cheap popularity. The whole point of having the licence fee (meaning a tax on owning a TV) was, or should have been, to create a TV and radio service which concentrated on relatively “high-minded” stuff. Instead of that, the BBC established Radio 1 and, on TV, dumbed down, first of all, BBC1 TV and then BBC2 TV.

The dumbing-down continued, particularly from the 1980s. In the 1990s and thereafter, the BBC television output gradually declined in quality, and the new efforts were generally poor. BBC Three television was markedly rubbish (it was eventually put online-only), though one bright spot was the new BBC Four, which is now (now that BBC 2 TV is so poor) the only decent BBC TV station, the only one with any intellectual pretension.

As for radio, the World Service was reduced from something really worthwhile in the 1970s and 1980s to very poor in terms of quality through the 1990s, and by 2010 to rock-bottom.

The process continues. On radio, it is noticeable that the dumbing-down continues; Radio 3 output is sometimes close to some of that on Radio 2 these days.

I therefore welcome the announcement that the BBC licence fee (tax) is going to be abolished. I welcome it on principle, and also because, these days, something like the BBC, a huge and bloated corporation run by and staffed by, largely, an in-group, almost all thinking the same way (and mostly the wrong way), is totally anachronistic.

Turn on your TV. How many channels are there? 100? More. Yes, mostly rubbish, but many not, or not completely. Do the few BBC ones really offer anything different from the rest? I say no. Ads? The BBC may not have paid advertising, but it advertises its own shows all the time, which is equally irritating.

Now we have the Internet as well. There is just no justification for subsidizing what the BBC, most of the time, now does.

At one time, almost every country in the world, even the tiniest, had its own “national airline” or “flagcarrier”. That was basically an outcome of international conditions that, by the 1980s, had already been superseded by new norms that better reflected reality. The BBC, as it now is, has no place of significance in the world, and no right to be subsidized by a punitive tax.

I also look forward, of course, to the overpaid BBC drones and “celebrities” having their rice-bowls taken away, but that is a secondary, though pleasant, thought.

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Interesting, if true.

I have little doubt that a proper study would confirm a similar rate in the UK, maybe 50,000+.

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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/.

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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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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, 5 January 2022

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The tweet refers, of course, to the Jew Epstein, to the half-Jewess Ghislaine “Maxwell”, to Andrew Windsor etc, and to Israeli Intelligence (either MOSSAD or Aman). 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/.

Exactly right. The medium-term endgame, maybe in 2022 or 2023, maybe slightly later, will be to demand that everyone in “advanced” countries gets microchipped, not only as a “Covid passport” but supposedly to protect financial information, because debit cards and credit cards will slowly be replaced by the implanted chip. The same with medical information on the individual. Then will come police records and actual passports etc.

Naturally, anyone deemed “racist”, “anti-Semitic” (that most of all) etc will have those “facts” recorded on the chip (or may even not be chipped, thus excluding them from society). A fine police state tool, useful for barring “unpersons” from professions, jobs etc, most of all barring them from politics and other opinion-forming activity.

It is already happening, though less efficiently, using more basic methods, in the msm, mainstream politics, and the higher-profile professions and occupations, such as the Bar, as well as in the Diplomatic Service, SIS, MI5 etc.

In short, the individual will be totally identifiable, checkable and (once synchronized with 5G etc) trackable 24/7, worldwide.

The global fake “biosecurity” police state will then come into being.

Anyone not part of “the only game in town” will be (in fact, certainly in the UK, already is) marginalized, and later will be starved, made homeless and/or then criminalized and probably incarcerated in (though they will be called something else) concentration camps .

There may be ways of fighting this evil but not, primarily, via ordinary political activity, and certainly not by tweeting, blogging etc. That is, at best, preparatory.

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Only the Aryan can give life.

Marx said that “the point is not to understand the world but to change it“, a very limited but not entirely incorrect viewpoint. We now have many people who think that the most important thing is to be able to express views publicly, by which is usually meant online. I sympathize, and have myself suffered from the repression against free speech (unlawfully disbarred, expelled from Twitter etc), but the mere expression of views cannot be a substitute for real action for a better and/or completely different society.

Agent-provocateur? The truth about all that may not emerge for many years.

I think that it has become worse in past decades. There is now, certainly in the UK, an unofficial or semi-official canon to which a journalist who wants to have a job must subscribe: pro-Jew, probably/mostly pro-Israel, “anti-racist” (apart from pro-Israel), pro the “BLM” nonsense (tweak a little for Daily Mail etc readership), pro-facemask nonsense, believing most of the official “Covid” propaganda line and that of the “holocaust” farrago; and so on.

Tweeting or blogging will not stop evil bastards of that sort.

See my previous comment…

I hope that it will still be there this time next year.

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Hard to know which is the most shocking, the way in which an elderly person was treated, or the incompetence which meant that the police not only went to the wrong address but also both mistook a house for a flat and then also mistook a white man of 80 years of age for a black man in his thirties.

The police are fortunate that most people who commit crimes are not very intelligent; if they were, the success rate for the police would be even lower than it is.

Update, same day: I happened to see the tweets now appended below, which cover the incident in more detail:

Incidentally, the police sending their victim a £30 bill for securing the door they themselves had damaged is contemptuous and rather Kafka-esque.

Hard to believe the attitude…it reminded me of a news report I saw decades ago: a helicopter was used in a prison escape, I think from Gartree prison in Leicestershire (a top-security place then, where Professor Hugh Hambleton [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Hambleton] and other high-profile prisoners were held).

When the police recaptured one notorious criminal, they beat and kicked the **** out of him. Appearing in the local mags court, one charge against him was escaping from the prison, but the other was “criminal damage to a police boot” (with his head and face! True; this actually happened; at least, it was reported in at least one newspaper).

I am not by nature “anti-police”, they being a necessary evil in a modern society, but the police in the UK are now rather disturbing, often uninterested in real or “ordinary” crime, yet focussed on things like malicious complaints made by dishonest Jews about comments made about current affairs on social media.

Also, the police seem to be alternately far too lenient on things such as anti-social street behaviour, yet sometimes, as above, absurdly heavy-handed.

The police should take a look at where they are, and on their priorities.

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Music not well-known to the public, especially outside the former Soviet Union (and maybe also inside it, now), but beautiful; it should not be forgotten.

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Town planning and architecture

Quite interesting American overview of Soviet town planning, focussing mainly on residential units:

Another town planning video:

If there is something missing from that video, it is that cities are for people, and it is the nature of the population that determines whether a city is a pleasant or unpleasant place in which to live. The same city can be a centre of culture and science, or just a human zoo, depending on the nature of its inhabitants.

Covid police state, France


Emmanuel Macron says he wants to ‘p*** off’ the unvaccinated in foul-mouthed rant vowing to ban them from public places including restaurants, cinemas and coffee shops from next week” [Daily Mail]

I won’t send (the unvaccinated) to prison, I won’t vaccinate by force. So we need to tell them, from Jan. 15, you won’t be able to go to the restaurant anymore, you won’t be able to down one, won’t be able to have a coffee, go to the theatre, the cinema.” [Daily Mail]

Exactly what I was saying earlier in today’s blog. Those resisting the System (which is presently using the Covid “panicdemic” as excuse) will be gradually reduced to the status of a marginalized and bullied underclass. Fight now or fight later…

People of France! You have dealt with tyrants before— deal with this one. I have written about NWO/ZOG puppet Macron in the past: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/. Get rid of him…GET RID OF HIM…

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Unfortunately, Twitter did listen to (and obey) the Jew-Zionist claque re. me; I was expelled in 2018. Having said that, I had already woken up to the fact that Twitter is of limited utility in socio-political terms and is, to a large extent, a waste of time.

What kind of society allows (forces) a nurse actually employed in a hospital to sleep in her car along with her animal companions, while at the same time putting large numbers of unwanted non-European migrant-invaders —who will never be of the slightest use to the British people, quite the contrary— into 4* hotels, sheltering them, feeding them, giving them spending money, and even providing them with computers and mobile telephones? It is mad, just mad.

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Goodbye Labour…

Chinese, I think (that voice barking out orders in occupied Montreal). Get used to it (or start fighting, or preparing to fight).

Looks like the Canadian public is even deeper asleep than the poor British masses.

Not completely wrong; Colston did trade in slaves and/or directly profited by that. He was, however, also a merchant generally, and a philanthropist on a large scale. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Colston

These days, everyone in history (or politics) has to be a hero (often fake) or villain (often exaggerated).

As for “GB News”, I have not seen it even once, but it is obviously more “controlled opposition”.

Anyway, if you pull down the Colston statue, why do you leave standing those to most British monarchs and other major figures from about 1500 to 1800?

I suppose it is just a matter of time before a crazed multiracial mob of near-zombies destroys all of our history, race, and culture. Or will the British people awake at the last moment?

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The stars in their courses fight on the side of the just” [Chinese proverb]

Diary Blog, 4 January 2022

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[Forbury Lion, Reading]

On this day a year ago

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I saw the equivalent of that in the mid to late 1970s; the way in which social-national groups and parties were infiltrated by both State spies and those working for Jew-Zionist and connected “anti-fascist” orgs.

I, then still in my teens and early twenties, identified to my own satisfaction, though only on the balance of probabilities, several such infiltrators in both the League of St. George and National Front. None were (as far as I know) ever punished, and I believe that some are still alive today. Some have been exposed over the years, others not. There are some about whom even I still have not decided in terms of their guilt or innocence, the evidence being ambiguous or divided. All would be in their seventies or eighties now.

Anyone suggesting that human sacrifice is sometimes called for by some Jews will be accused of propagating an “antisemitic trope”, yet here is one unambiguous example caught on camera and microphone.

Will the police be visiting that old Jew fossil? I doubt it. “Hate crime” is a one-way street in the UK. The police usually do the bidding of the Jew-Zionist lobby.

The Jew-Zionist element’s leadership are usually keen to demonstrate that “British” Jews are first and foremost “British”, rather than Jewish. To that end, measures are taken such as at the small demonstrations (usually dozens rather than hundreds) carried out by “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [CAA] supporters; Israeli flags are discouraged. Instead they wave placards, and the odd Union Jack. The aim is to give a certain (false) impression.

One of the most evil “people” (a humanoid devil) on the planet.

The only suitable word to characterize the situation in most of the “West”, including the USA, France, UK etc, is “infestation”.

Covid police state, Germany. A lady walking her dog is treated as a terrorist because she is not wearing a facemask muzzle. I wonder what would have happened if a real “terrorist” had “done something” to one or more of the bullies? It might make others less eager to terrorize people.

The Labour and Conservative parties are playing their part(s) in a gameplan laid down by secret cabals and “ruling circles”. That plan is tactically-flexible, in a Leninist way, capable of changing to circumvent events such as the Brexit Referendum, general election results etc. The strategy remains broadly as it has been laid down, though. The minor touches may vary, but the broad brush strokes are the same, and paint the big picture.

“Opposition”? Hardy ha ha…Labour would be (if possible) even worse than the present NWO/ZOG government of clowns: more severe fake “Covid” (police state) restrictions, even more black/brown migration invasion, even faster destruction of white English/British race and culture etc. Fake Labour is no alternative at all, and I think that, despite recent opinion polls, the voters are slowly waking up to that.

Quite…there is no ultimate difference either in policy or in practicality between the two main parties of the System.

In fact, if necessary, the present incompetent pack of poseurs (few of whom are English, or even really British) could hold on easily until the end of the 5 year term, i.e. almost the end of 2024. A lot can happen in nearly 3 years.

Until a few years ago, I would never have thought that the RNLI would become part of the enemy forces, pursuing an alien agenda.

So much for the latest episode of the “panicdemic”…

I used to like the Cotswolds, but parts now become ever-more —how shall I say?…infested.

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Thus speaks the former Sun “newspaper” propagandist. Thinks that it is wonderful that 300,000 Hong Kong Chinese are coming to the UK (it could eventually be millions). Coming to our crowded island (that is packed with Chinese and so many others already).

I am not hostile to Hong Kong Chinese— in Hong Kong. I have been there a couple of times (the last being a week’s stay at the Sheraton in Kowloon in 2006), and I was very impressed by the people. I just do not want them here, especially in such numbers.

MacKenzie’s tweet shows everything that is wrong about the small-c “conservative” fake “nationalist” attitude, which you see in so many of the “alt-right” in the UK. No understanding of European race, culture, or history. Cartoon understanding only (as befits the Sun, I suppose).

Another one for the (Australian) people’s court…

Alternative plan: eliminate the users (first), then any remaining dealers, then any remaining importers or smugglers.

Every. Single. Time.

Seems that “someone beginning with H ” was right…

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Humanity as a hierarchy or level is still largely unaware of the debt owed by humanity to the animal kingdom and also to, below that, the plant kingdom.

That’s the way to do it.

The USA has 330 million people. Surely there is one who can deal with this “situation”?

Biden is just completely ga-ga.

No less a figure than Rudolf Steiner predicted the physical and material incarnation of Ahriman as being likely to occur in the late 20th/early 21st century. Around this time, broadly. The above may be connected.

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[“Sweet Thames”]

Diary Blog, 30 December 2021

[note: the blog is still up and running, but it is still possible that it may have to cease publication for 1-2 weeks by reason of hardware issues].

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Covid “cases” in hospital: scam exposed yet again


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The above parody is not that far from what actually happened in 2020. The sheer hysteria of not only the police but also a large part of the msm and indeed the general public had to be seen to be believed.

“Democracy” becomes meaningless once the public (or much of it) is half-crazed, or unable to think for itself, once the mainstream media are all trumpeting one false message, once an incompetent or malicious government passes spurious “laws” and lays down legally ineffective —but practically enforced— “rules”, “guidance” and so on (conflated with and confused with actual law); and once the police start to enforce not law but the said government “rules”, “guidance” etc as if they were law(s).

Indeed, in 2020 the police themselves started to make up the law as they went along (something we also see them doing relating to so-called “hate crimes” and “non-hate crime incidents” etc). This is all connected to the influence of Common Purpose etc.

Police chiefs infected, not with “Covid-19” but with Common Purpose and political correctness, started to send drones out to blast elderly couples walking peacefully on the moors with “go home” messages, police in Derbyshire also poisoned a lake so that it would not attract visitors, and police in other provincial areas started to inspect people’s shopping to see whether the purchases were (in their Plod opinion) “reasonable” or “necessary”!

A few voices of weight spoke up against these abuses: Lord Sumption, the former Law Lord, for one. The reaction? Most msm outlets cold-shouldered Sumption, and some started to imply that he was really just a bit of a crank; while on social media, the hysterical Twitter obsessives (often Jewish) were in full flow, calling him mad etc (as they usually do when they find a target for their ingrained hate. I myself have suffered from the Jew-Zionist hate.

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All very true, yet on Twitter, during the EU Referendum campaign, the Twitter-twits (always unrepresentative) were whining about how, for example, their daughters would be unable to take up that unpaid internship “job” at a Milan fashion house, or how their sons would now never be able to work in cutting-edge IT in Berlin or Amsterdam (and about how Emily and Olivia, and Sebastian and Barnaby were so terribly upset…boo-hoo— cue Windsor Davies in It Ain’t Half Hot, Mum“).

…and that is without even considering the flood of Roma-gypsy thieves and parasites that have swamped the UK for the past few decades, mostly from Eastern and Central Europe.

Actually, writing about Windsor Davies reminded me once again of the society of censorship we are now in: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It_Ain%27t_Half_Hot_Mum#Reception.

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Those “#FBPE” types on Twitter are almost always complete idiots. I would be prepared to bet that 99% are facemask zealots as well.

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Ghislaine Maxwell


“[Virginia Giuffre] called Maxwell the “devil’s righthand man”, adding: “She’s definitely worse than Epstein. She used that charm, that wit, that smile to come off as somebody you want to trust … She’s worse to me, more evil than Epstein. What Ghislaine did to so many of us, it’s unforgivable.”” [The Guardian]

What interests me is the absence of any msm interest now in the obvious Israeli Intelligence connection, though a few newspapers in both UK and USA at least hinted at it some time before the start of the trial.

I have updated my original blog post about the matter: 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/.

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Watch the skies!

On a wet road in West Yorkshire, early in the morning of November 28, a policeman, coming to the end of his night shift, received a report from Todmorden


As a matter of fact, I myself once saw a UFO, though I do not make any claim as to what it was beyond that. It was on New Year’s Eve, if I recall aright. I was staying for a few days in Welling, Kent, part of the South East London sprawl. 1978 or 1979.

I was walking, not long before nightfall, with a young lady, in what was basically suburbia. Out of the corner of my eye I caught sight of something and, looking, saw a bright silver sphere travelling very fast across the cloudless sky, seemingly high up. By the time I had said “look at that!“, it had vanished below the horizon. My companion did not see it.

The next morning, local radio (I think it was called Radio Medway…not sure now) was reporting that hundreds of people had called in with news of having seen the object. [note: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC_Radio_Kent].

That’s it. No national msm interest, and I still have no idea what I saw, but it was certainly not a plane, weather balloon, or atmospheric condition (to list a few of the usual suggestions). A satellite? I have no idea .

The only other UFO connection I have had was secondhand, told to me by someone who had a far more striking experience.

The lady in question was working (as usual) at night in a security control room at Heathrow Airport. There were windows along one wall. She was alone, and it was the middle of the night. She saw a craft described as not unalike the one shown in the Daily Mail impression above.

It hovered outside her building for several minutes (by her recollection), lights glowing and flashing. It then took off from its hovering state, and disappeared. The witness said that she had been terrified. She said that the UFO was “massive“. No pictures (this was in 1993) because few people then carried telephones with cameras. I had a mobile then, a very heavy Motorola flip phone, but it had no camera (in fact most people did not even have mobile telephones in 1993).

Obviously, a normal aircraft would have been seen by others (of course the UFO may have been seen, but there had been no msm reports), and also would have been detected by the Heathrow air traffic control and/or security or police.

What then was it? I have no idea but alien life is implied, assuming that the account was credible (the lady was truthful, and security-vetted as well, for what that might be worth).

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One msm outlet a couple of years ago was suggesting Aman (Israeli military intelligence) rather than MOSSAD (the others mentioned nothing), but who knows? No real difference in the long run.

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Diary Blog, Boxing Day 2021

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Dietrich Eckart

Today is the 98th anniversary of the death of Dietrich Eckart [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dietrich_Eckart].

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[Dietrich Eckart towards the end of his life]

Dietrich Eckart died in 1923, at the age of 55. One of the earliest supporters of Adolf Hitler and his life-work, Eckart was also a poet, writer, playwright, and authority on Ibsen.

[“If the light clashes with darkness there is no making of agreements, there is only a fight of life and death until the one or the other part is destroyed.“— Dietrich Eckart]

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Good news on whaling


When I had a Twitter account (a pack of Jews had me expelled in 2018), I frequently tweeted against Japanese whaling (and against that carried out by other countries engaged in commercial whaling, notably Norway and Iceland; the Soviet Union ceased its semi-secret whaling in 1973).

I supported Sea Shepherd [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Shepherd_Conservation_Society_operations#Japanese_whaling_(2003%E2%80%932017)] and its firm confrontation strategy. However, I always recognized that the key to stopping Japanese whaling (the Scandinavian operations are tiny by comparison) lay in Japan itself.

As the Guardian report indicates, part of the problem lay in the Japanese psychology, in resenting being told what to do or not do by the non-Japanese world. Japan needed an honourable way to stop whaling, an exit strategy enabling Japan to stop whaling, and to stop subsidizing whaling, without losing face. This is what has happened.

Japan continues to whale, but only within the waters of Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone (under the Law of the Sea), and in reality is slowly winding down whaling (along with the subsidies for it). The whales caught now are not the most endangered (such as the Blue Whale). Not that that excuses the activity, but it seems that, finally, Japanese whaling is on the way out.

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A ghost story not written by M.R. James but featuring him as a character. Very good. The BBC should do more like this.

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France 24 TV report about arrests arising from investigations into Jew and/or Israeli corruption in New Jersey (mainly Hudson County, the bit of New Jersey alongside the Hudson River opposite Manhattan).

Not only fraud and money laundering but also the sale of human organs and blood to Israel and/or to Jew and Israeli organizations in Switzerland and elsewhere.

Had this not been reported on a mainstream TV station (France 24), it would no doubt be vilified by Jewish orgs and mouthpieces as an “anti-Semitic trope” or something.

You really couldn’t make it up! Crazed “Covid” zealot so aggressively determined to exercise her —non-existent— power over a non-mask-wearing passenger, while she herself is not using her mask, shouting, screaming in people’s faces, and even spitting!

That video is an extreme example of the pathology now widespread in the USA, and even UK and elsewhere in Europe. This is what the facemask nonsense is really all about— forcing people to comply. It has little or nothing to do with public health. In Spain, they apparently even have to wear facemasks outside, by law!

My answer?

The nearly two years of “panicdemic” fear propaganda and general nonsense has become ingrained in many. They now not only comply with even completely arbitrary diktats (such as the ludicrous “Rule of 6”), and moreover at the snap of the fingers from complete idiots such as “Boris” Johnson, but get very very angry when they see others refusing to jump through the “mandated” hoops.

In an irreligious age, people seek out things in which to believe, and for causes to follow, as well as for (supposed) “virtues” to display or signal.

The 20th century showed that political causes such as old-style socialism had feet of clay, and religions such as Roman Catholicism and the simplistic “evangelical” alternatives, as well as sub-religions such as cults, became mostly discredited, so we are here now in the 21st century with many floundering people desperately seeking for a cause to which to adhere.

For some, in the UK of the 1980s and 1990s, it was anti-apartheid, but the new “rainbow nation” South Africa has largely failed (in every way) since then, and there are no white people in the SA government to blame now, so the virtue-signallers have abandoned the South Africans of all races to their fate and latched onto other causes: anti-Brexit was or is one such, as was and is “climate change”, as in the worship of the Swedish autistic, little Greta Nut; likewise, the Extinction Rebellion and Insulate Britain idea that destruction of the UK as an advanced industrial economy will somehow “save the planet”.

Now such people (often the very same people) have latched onto “Covid” as their cause. The roots of it lie in their personal and group psychology and/or pathology rather than anything objective.

Peter Hitchenscolumn


My own blog post about Hitchens, written about 2.5 years ago, has proven rather popular: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/19/peter-hitchens-and-his-views/.


Talking of my old blog posts, this from 2019 has had a couple of hits today: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/10/18/the-swedish-sickness-contaminating-the-rest-of-europe-what-is-it/.

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Diary Blog, 18 December 2021

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Political journalist John Rentoul needs to aim higher. This week he scored 6/10, but I beat him yet again, with 7/10. I nearly scored 8/10, but hit the post (one year out) on question 6; I also did not know (had no idea about) the answers to questions 4 and 9.

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“The Golden Rule” (of Boris-idiot) apparently being not to question why he is even in that job…

[update: the now-deleted tweet referred to the fact that the craven and stupid offspring of a 91-y-o man had refused to visit him at Christmas because (yes you guessed it) “Covid”…]

[the said 91-y-o neighbour of the tweeter “Bobby”, and companion animal]

If the Soviet Union still existed, and if it still had any idea of invading [Western Europe and] the UK, now would most certainly be the time to do it.

The sturdy, resilient British of the past, who faced off the Spanish Armada, Napoleon, so many other foes, and (whatever one might think of the perceived necessity for that) the German Reich, not to mention the Soviet Union itself in the Cold War, are now just a rabble of snivelling, fearful, facemask-wearing serfs.

The elite divisions of the Soviet armed forces, if they still existed, would be able to roll over the present British rabble without any resistance whatever, and that includes the tiny parts of our Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force that still function.

It might even be a good thing, to be frank.

It is a terrible thing to be compelled by truth and objectivity to have to despise your own people and nation, or at least a great many of those people. As Nietzsche said “the great despisers are also the great reverers” [from Also Sprach Zarathustra].

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A classic example of the present pathology. I was in Waitrose the other day, and saw an old couple (old even by comparison with me —65—), the old lady wearing a perspex helmet and visor like a worker at a laboratory for infectious diseases. Not too scared to go shopping though, rather than ordering online! I also saw several idiots walking around outside, sporting their (probably germ-filled) rag masks.

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He makes some good points. Amusing too, in a very dry way.

Incidentally, while we are on the “blacks with everything” topic, I happened to see an episode or two of a not-bad detective series called Vienna Blood [Wiener Blut], set in Imperial Vienna in the late 19th or early 20thC; the same name as a waltz by Johann Strauss the Younger. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vienna_Blood_(TV_series)

One of the main characters, the main one really, is a young Jewish doctor, who is a Freudian psychiatrist, or “alienist” as people used to say (though not in the series).

Apart from the Jewish doctor-investigator, there were a few other unexpected sights: the woman in charge of police forensic science and records is Chinese! I have no idea whether there might have been some miniscule possibility that a Chinese woman might have worked for the Vienna police at that time. Unlikely, I suspect.

As to actual blacks, yes, there were a couple, inevitably, in a street crowd. Again, unlikely in the real Vienna of that time, but I suppose you never know. Of course, they are in the TV show for the usual propaganda reasons, Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan reasons, i.e. to normalize (for the young, mainly) their being in Europe at all.

The locations were good; I recognized a couple of them.

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As for myself, I doubt whether I have driven when over, certainly seriously over, the limit more than a relatively few times: a few times in the Caribbean (I nearly drove off a cliff once), maybe once in the former Soviet Union (but that was off-road), once in Hungary by Lake Balaton (long story…), and a few times (over a period of 20 years; I only had a licence from age 42) in the UK; thinking back, though, I was not “drunk” as such, but probably would have failed a breath test. The two or three times in question were around 2007. These days I drink very little even when not driving, and would certainly not drink (even a couple of drinks) and drive.

I am not sure how vigilant the police are now in respect of the above. I have been breathalyzed once only, about 20 years ago, when driving from Hereford to the South Coast in the early hours of the morning. The police (in Wiltshire) were very polite, and it turned out that my reading was zero, so they let me go on my way.

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Ferguson should be placed under arrest and tried before a people’s court. There are powerful cabals protecting him and others.

I hope that people will resist the Covid-tyranny. I am rather anti-social but would socialize just to put up a finger or two to the System

Exactly what I was blogging about yesterday (and on previous occasions)…

Oh, and here’s a message to those who have opposed me:

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I write a good deal about the facemask nonsense, because it is the most visible symbol of fealty and indeed subservience to the emergent biosecurity police state.

I have made the same comment a few times on the blog. The DDR (East Germany) was ahead of the politically-correct curve in some ways: feminism, legalized abortion, and (officially) “anti-racist”. There was also quite a strong Communist Jew cabal there as well.

Looking again at those videos, the symbolism is not only quasi-Masonic, but a synthesis of symbology from both the Soviet Union and the 1933-1945 German Reich (note the marching soldiers, and the kissing of the “Blutfahne” flag by the (equivalent of) a Komsomol girl.

As I have mentioned here before, I spent a couple of days in the DDR in 1988. Interesting. A facade of a state, somehow lacking reality. At times, it was like being in a 1960s episode of The Avengers.

Not that the DDR was all bad (and the Bundesrepublik had —and has— its own problems), but it was certainly not all good! I recall how, on exit from the DDR (I had entered from the East, from notionally-socialist Poland) the car was literally dismantled in part, the seats and other parts actually taken out for search and inspection. The border guards did reassemble everything, though! A process that took over an hour altogether, despite there being no other car or truck crossing then, at what was a little-used crossing-point. You have to be a little suspicious about a country so keen to prevent its citizens from escaping…

The border had a number of layers, including guarded stop-points, raked sand, barbed-wire, mined strips, watch-towers etc. Once through about a mile of no-man’s-land, you came to the border of the Bundesrepublik (West Germany). One uniformed guard in a little sentry-box, and a 1 minute stop and passport check.

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Diary Blog, 16 December 2021

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North Korea is like a laboratory experiment showing the deficiencies of old-style socialism (or any system of society where the political element completely rules over both the economic sphere and the spiritual/cultural sphere): see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_threefolding.

At the same time, it is incredible to see what the human spirit (even when largely crushed, as in North Korea) can accomplish under collective will (whether voluntarily or otherwise). North Korea’s people may be half-starved, and more or less beaten into submission, yet they have developed rockets, and have huge and apparently efficient armed forces, at the same time as the domestic railways scarcely work, the roads are mostly potholed and ill-repaired, and many of the rank and file North Koreans hungry and poorly clothed.

North Korea prioritizes military spending, and making its capital as much of a showcase as it can, before anything else (except the privileges of the ruling circles). A socio-political choice by the few who rule.

There are examples elsewhere in the world. Stalin said, on learning of the atom bomb, “we must have it, even if we have to eat grass“. Well, Stalin and his clique never had to eat grass, but many of the Soviet people were on almost starvation rations for years, and later on very modest living standards, even as the Soviet Union industrialized (1930s), defeated the German Reich (1940s), built the atom bomb (1940s) and a hydrogen bomb (1950s), and launched into space (1950s and 1960s).

In other words, these things are questions of political will and prioritization, at least up to a point. Stalin told his intelligence agencies to discover how to build an atom bomb at a time when nothing was known of it beyond its actual existence. It had never been deployed, nor even tested. Armed only with that one fact, that it existed, the foreign intelligence directorates of the NKVD and GRU managed to get enough information to enable the Soviet Union to build a usable bomb.

Another case: Adolf Hitler found a Germany in the depths of poverty and despair (yes, a simplification, but largely true) and raised it to glory, even if that lasted only 12 years. His will alone, transmitted to others and thence to others yet, created the achievements of the German Reich in the 6 years of peace, and then in the 6 years of war, the latter including not only initial and stunning military victories, but technical achievements which, inter alia, led humanity to the Moon and outer space (the V2 rockets developed by von Braun and his team).

[autobahn, Germany, 1930s; the first British ones were part of what is now the M6, and also the M1, both started in the late 1950s]
[Nuremberg building, built 1930s]
[Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, reconstructed in the 1930s]
[Tempelhof Airport main terminal hall, Berlin, from 1934; compare that to what existed in the UK or even USA at the time]

There is a “creative tension”, if you like, between the necessity to have political will to do something, and the equally-pressing necessity to have the economic resources to accomplish that objective. Some countries have the political direction (North Korea the obvious example, perhaps) but (in that case by reason of a ramshackle socialist economy) lack the resources to do what the political leadership would perhaps like to do; at least to the extent that its government would like.

There again, there are thriving economies in countries that have very little political direction: contemporary Germany, and indeed most of the Western and Central Europe of the present-day. The economic benefits of those economies go, one way or another, to satisfying consumer demand. The opposite of Goering’s famous remark “guns before butter“.

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These people should be on our side!

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Once you get people to accept the facemask nonsense and the other contrived “rules” (hoops to jump through), once you get them to accept the most absurd and contradictory “laws” (eg facemasks on in the supermarket, but off next door in the pub), once you get people used to being injected regularly, then you will be able to get most of, and eventually all, the “sheeple” to accept having a subcutaneous microchip. Social conditioning.

The rationale will be something like “accept the microchip under your skin. It will only take a minute, and thereafter no need for papers, Covid passports etc; you will be free to do everything...” except that you will then be able to be tracked, controlled, found (if you try to hide) and, at the push of a button, if you are deemed to be “racist”, “anti-Semitic”, a dissident, whatever, the System will be able to deny you access to…anything, everything…

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“…a born-again Christian“… Seems as if she needs another baptism. Push her under the water and keep her there.

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Naturally, I am opposed to the ludicrous Covid “restrictions” anyway, but the incredibly “entitled” attitude of the Conservative Party hierarchy has shot the Government’s credibility, such as it was, to pieces. Parties in Downing Street, and at CCHQ, with none of the useless but previously “mandated” measures in place: no facemasks, no “social distancing”, and no arbitrary “rule of 6”.

This is up there with “let them eat cake“…

Wikipedia is a valuable resource, perhaps the best single source of information on the Internet, but when it comes to matters involving Jew-Zionism, the so-called “far right” (social-nationalism) etc, the (((influence))) is readily apparent.

There is only one way to counter the evil, or maybe two, but so far there is little sign of any resistance at all to either the Great Reset or the Great Replacement in the UK. A few protest marches in London parks do not cut it; those people would be better off saving their time and money.

I always thought that Andy Burnham was one of the better people on the Labour side…but then I heard him, a few years ago, weaselling about “holocaust” nonsense, and I thought again…another System drone.

So in the UK there are 10 or 11 people hospitalized with “Omicron” (with, not exclusively however— they have other “co-morbidities”), none of those 10-11 require to be on ventilators, and it may be that 1 other person has in recent weeks died with Omicron. For this, Boris-idiot and the sinister clowns of SAGE have half-closed down the country, and re-mandated the facemask nonsense…

North Shropshire by-election

For what it is worth, the bookmakers now have the Conservative Party candidate just ahead of the LibDem. Seems to be an open contest between those two, and with —in my view— every chance that the LibDem might bring off the biggest surprise in the history of the constituency (which history, though with a break of a century, goes back to 1832).

It is a little strange that Labour supporters would vote Labour just to (?) make a point (what point? That “democracy” is really rather a sham in our system?), when they could dislodge the Conservatives (and make electoral history) by voting tactically for the LibDem, but I suppose that many recall the way in which Clegg and the LibDems propped-up the regime of the part-Jews David Cameron-Levita and George Osborne from 2010-2015, thus enabling all those cruel and callous “welfare” (social security) cuts and other measures (the ATOS scandal etc). Many will never trust the LibDems again.

At present (1540) the main two of the (14) contenders seem to be running neck and neck. The local newspaper is running a live blog: https://www.bordercountiesadvertizer.co.uk/news/19788472.live-blog-north-shropshire-by-election/.

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The actual “Hoax of the 20th Century” (the Zionist-promoted “gas chambers” narrative) is also still going strong, though with continually-ebbing propaganda power. The book of the same name started a current of “revisionism” which only gets stronger and more powerful. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hoax_of_the_Twentieth_Century; and https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/product/The-Hoax-of-the-Twentieth-Century-The-Case-Against-the-Presumed-Extermination-of-European-Jewry-by-Butz-Arthur-R/9781591480792.

I would not put it quite like that, but at root, that is right, inasmuch as the Western cabals were behind Bolshevism, and are now fairly openly pushing for the post 2022 “agenda” which might be summarized as “The Great Reset + The Great Replacement = NWO/ZOG world power”.

How many times does one have to repeat it? Where “they” exist, except in miniscule numbers, others never have any freedom.

That has already started to happen. Look on Twitter. I am not quite sure why most Jews (on Twitter, at least) seem to be fanatically pro-Covid “restrictions” and “vaccination”, unless they just distrust the British people having any liberty at all.

OK as far as it goes, but don’t forget what the poster below explains:

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