As for the barristers noted particularly in that report— one Jew, one half-Jew. As many now realize, (almost) “every single time“…
On the other hand, a wise man once observed that one should not throw away one’s crutches until one is sure that one can stand unaided.
Perceptive, from someone as young as that.
On the other hand, do not forget that there is also good in this world, and that, in the Russian proverb, “the world is not without kind people“.
Ha ha! “I’m lovin’ it!“
The whole thing, the “trans nonsense”, has mushroomed from being a situation, or problem, affecting a tiny handful of people, to now being an absurd fad supposedly affecting millions and, also, a way in which the transnational conspiracy can close down free speech in a specific area and generally.
It has become a building block of the “New World Order” [NWO], as can be seen by the way in which trans nonsense propaganda has been used against, inter alia, Russia and Putin.
As for Eddie Izzard, another very negative factor in British society.
All very good, but most people in the UK have nowhere in which to grow their own food, not even a small garden. A half-acre garden is a relative rarity. Still, a worthwhile enquiry.
That “Boris” Johnson could become an MP was ridiculous, that he could become a Cabinet minister was almost unbelievable, and that he could become Prime Minister was a disgrace. The whole present Parliamentary system is a bad joke.
As for Nadine Dorries, what can one say? A stupid “ho” with a brain the size of a pea, but not so stupid that she could not tear the **** out of her Parliamentary expenses; she even gave her daughters non-jobs using her expenses: £60,000 a year for one of them alone.
The more I look at the way the “West” is going, that is in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, UK etc, the more it seems to me that, somewhere not far down the line, a kind of civil war, a kind of culture war, a kind of race war, a kind of (new-style) class war, all mixed together, is almost inevitable.
“A British Stasi is quietly growing in our midst. Powerful arms of government have begun to see it as their right and duty to snoop on conservative thought and speech, claiming it is in some way linked to ‘Right-wing extremism’. How long before the snooping turns into harassment?“
…also, several countries have been temporarily cold-shouldered by the EU establishment because they elected people independent of the System; Austria and Portugal, others too; now Hungary as well.
The EU is not truly independent of the USA or, rather, NWO, but part of the whole System:
I recall a sad scene: in the 1980s, I was once at a large rubbish dump on the edge of London with my then girlfiend (typo, maybe Freudian slip…please read “girlfriend“).
We dumped our rubbish and, while she was picking up a completely new-looking rug dumped by the man in the next car, I noticed a number of leather or leatherette photo albums on top of the rubbish.
They were full of black and white photographs of a then quite young soldier and his friends during the Second World War. Mainly around the Mediterranean. I saw pictures of them off-duty in Egypt (by the Pyramids), and in Jerusalem and elsewhere.
Treasured mementoes, and reminiscences of part of a life, now chucked onto a rubbish dump, no doubt after the death of the subject. Did he die without family, or did his family just think his photographs not worth preserving? We shall never know. It also struck me that, in poorer countries, the albums themselves would probably be salvaged by someone.
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Famous last words lies.
The problem I have in terms of the System parties is that I want rid of both of them (and the LibDems, but they are scarcely worth worrying about). I want the Con Party to die off (as it probably will), but not if that leads to another Blair-type “elected” Labour Party tyranny.
Very true (and I post it despite that comic having once, years ago, tweeted in a hostile way about me…#MoralHighGround).
Even leaving aside questions of supposed historical “justice” or “equity”, any monies transferred, e.g. from Europe to black Africa, will be monies thrown away, to be wasted or squandered by those incapable of utilizing them properly or effectively.
Corbyn is a rather uneducated person, someone who, despite having almost no academic or work history, found a niche as a Labour Party socialist (?) politico. I had some —very limited— time for him once the Jew lobby started to demonize him and actively plot against him (when he became Labour leader), but in fact he was never even properly or decently “anti-Semitic” (for example, he always pays lip-service to the “holocaust” farrago, even perhaps to the “gas chambers” fable). Basically, a political idiot.
Hard to believe that, even these days, a manager on the London Underground can be fired for a comment about a trivial (in world terms) matter such as that.
What does the death of a black criminal in the USA have to do with London Underground? Nothing, but that is where we are, and where we are is largely so because the Jewish element (it’s usually “them”, maybe not in the instant case) always tries to get people fired from from their jobs if the Jews dislike the victims: look at what happened to Alison Chabloz, and many others; some barristers have also been attacked that way, including me (see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/).
…and they have not yet been punished.
That tweet begs the question, though, nicht wahr?
“People must not be afraid of their governments“, but then, directly underneath, “(Posting videos of police [in Ireland] without their express permission, is a crime. Hence why I haven’t posted the video).”
“Talking the talk” is easy, but not “walking the walk”…
Quite. Including the main “controlled opposition” newspaper, the Daily Mail. When I was wrongfully and unlawfully disbarred in 2016, the Daily Mail was the only newspaper to try to doorstep me, and the main journalist who wrote the Daily Mail piece about me (Google it) was an active Jew-Zionist then styled “Associate Global Editor” of the Daily Mail, but now working as… Editor of the Jewish Chronicle.
A tall tale
Speaking of Jews, I just saw a ridiculous tweet from the “World Jewish Congress”, featuring an old Jewish woman (aged about 92 or 93) who, when aged 12, i.e. in about 1942, three or four years after Germany took over Czechoslovakia (1938-1939) was, she said, sent to Auschwitz with her mother and brother.
According to her account, the detainees were first showered and disinfected, then all inspected by the now-notorious Dr. Mengele. He ordered her to be taken aside. She says that she “knew at that moment that I was to be taken to the gas chambers“. She however was taken to a room or cell and locked in alone.
She says that, in somewhere nearby, there was a mother, whose daughter was supposedly destined for the “gas chambers”, but the mother could not accept the girl going to the “gas chambers” without her, so she asked to go with her daughter in place of the lone Jewish girl nearby. The Germans agreed. That deal apparently “saved the life” of the now-90+ Jewish woman.
Well, my first reaction was “does anyone really believe a tall tale of that sort?”. First of all, we have all detainees showered and disinfected, something hardly likely if many or most of them were going to be gassed.
Secondly, how did a 12-year-old Jewish girl, just off the train from Czechoslovakia, know about “the gas chambers“, which (pretending now, for the sake of argument, that they actually existed) were (or so we are always told by the System propaganda on the subject) a closely-guarded secret until the end of the war?
In fact, the memoirs of all the main surviving war leaders, such as Churchill, make no mention of “gas chambers”.
Thirdly, why would the girl (and the other two in another room or cell) be kept there prior to being “gassed”, when (we are told) the Germans were gassing thousands daily? The “iconic” “six million Jewish victims” of legend, divided by about 3 years, equals about 2 million a year or, roughly, 2,000 a day.
Even bearing in mind the Zionist claim that there were several camps in Poland operating “gas chambers”, that must mean that, at Auschwitz alone, hundreds must have been “gassed” daily in those “gas chambers” of which, today, not a single credible trace remains, only one or two smallish rooms now labelled “gas chambers” and constructed (or, as they claim, “reconstructed”) after 1945.
Also, if the German authorities at Auschwitz had decided that a certain individual girl was to be “gassed”, why would they suddenly decide to allow an adult (who could work) to take her place?
The whole story is just lacking in any credibility, in short.
I sense that that whole farrago is losing traction outside the ranks of the Jews themselves (many of whom are indoctrinated into it from an early age).
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GB News is, of course controlled opposition but, to fulfil effectively that role within the overall msm matrix, has to permit some genuine oppositional voice(s) to be heard. A “devil’s alternative”, if you like.
I no longer have a Twitter account (the Jewish lobby finally succeeded in having it closed down in 2018, after having plotted for years to do so) but, if I still had one, I would probably follow that promising “@david_r_morgan” account.
I myself was in those mountains in December 1989. Cross-country on foot and, at one point, on skis, in deep snow. Cross-country skiing is hard going. I have never tried downhill skiing, and doubt that I ever shall (or that I would like it even if I could actually do it!).
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I have realized, over the past few months, since I assessed “Jack Monroe” on the blog, that she runs or has run literally dozens of “sock accounts”. Often, the language used gives the game away.
I do not think that anyone could call me a fan of “Tommy Robinson”, but is he wrong on this? I think not.
Stoking the fire…
Do not poke the hornets’ nest unless you are sure that they will not sting you.
OK, but what is the death-rate on the “Ukrainian” (Kiev regime) side? Maybe similar? Also, when will the BBC, Sky News etc start to report on (or even ask questions about) the treatment of Russian POWs taken prisoner in Ukraine, and held by the Kiev regime? How many are simply being executed in the field?
Two fakes. A “Conservative” fake, Lee Anderson, who wants to say that State benefits are OK or even too generous, and a “poverty expert” fake, “Jack Monroe”, who is making money (as the first fake truly remarked about her on GB News last year) “off the backs of the poor“, and cheating people in several ways.
“Jack Monroe”, the grift that keeps on giving…oh, no, wait… I meant to say “taking”…
…and, yes, 498 mugs are still each sending her between £3.50 and £44 (!) via Patreon every single month. One of the most successful grey-area “near”-frauds I have ever seen.
The by-election was caused by the standing-down of incumbent MP Rosie Cooper, a poor MP in my opinion, who at one point wanted England and Wales to institute no-jury trials (“Diplock courts”, as used in Northern Ireland) for defendants accused of politically-motivated crimes. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosie_Cooper. She was also, at one time, vice-Chair of Labour Friends of Israel.
The reason why Rosie Cooper stood down (at the age of 72) was because she will now be getting two or three times her MP salary, as head of an NHS Trust.
As to the inevitable Labour victory in the by-election, no surprise. Labour’s vote share of 62.3% compares to 52.1% in 2019.
The other candidates did not shine. Reform UK got 4.4%, but there again, its predecessor Farage-vehicle, Brexit Party, scored 4.3% in 2019. The Greens and Libdems ended up more or less where they had been at the 2019 election; both lost their deposits, as did Reform UK (and the Monster Raving Loony).
What can we take away from this? That Labour remains fairly solid in at least some historically-Labour areas, that the Conservative Party is going nowhere in such areas, and that the two main System parties face no threat from Reform UK, the LibDems, or the Greens.
The most interesting fact about the by-election is that the turnout was only 31.4%; well over two-thirds of the eligible electorate could not be bothered to vote. If a party were to exist that could energize the remaining 68.6%, it might be a different story.
“A poll suggests that almost a quarter of a million young people who are currently not working never plan to get a job and two-thirds are complaining it is too difficult to get a good job, a survey has revealed.
The poll of 5000 18 to 24-year-olds found that a staggering 227,000 youngsters currently out of a job or not studying claim they never intend to enter the labour market.
The startling report found nearly half of those who are working (42 per cent) are receiving financial support from their family, with that number rising to 50 per cent in London.”
Give people a positive reason to be employed, and you will get applicants. No-one wants to work at jobs that do not even cover the cost of basic food and shelter.
Russian forces making smallish gains on a basically static front. Nothing on the large scale will change until one side or the other can mount either a large offensive, or pull some tactical or strategic rabbit out of the hat.
Appalling. Animals are living breathing creatures who share the Earth with us. I hate all callous exploitation of them.
“Boris”-idiot has suggested, I read, that all RAF fighters (and bombers?) be lent or given to the Kiev regime. Was that a hoax report? Maybe. If that were to happen, then the remaining RAF bases (once the occupying USAF forces were chucked out) could go the way of most former RAF airfields, and be turned into tract housing.
I can think of a number of UK air bases that have been turned into housing developments in the past few decades. The same is true of Army bases, such as the one-time Intelligence Corps base at Ashford, Kent, where I recall spending a day in 1975: see https://www.28dayslater.co.uk/threads/templer-barracks-intelligence-corps-depot-ashford-kent-visit-2002-part-1.90734/. The photos in the linked site show how, even a couple of decades ago, housing was encroaching closely upon what was then left of the former Templer Barracks. Templer Barracks had its own guards and entrances, and was a base within a base, surrounded by barracks of the “ordinary” Army. Housing development covered that outer zone first, it seems.
I presume that the areas of Templer Barracks shown are now also tract housing.
…only to be countered, vituperatively, on social media, by the half-Jew and half-Chinese wife of another former member of the same band.
If the UK were to stop its support for the Jewish regime of Zelensky in Kiev and —even more— were the UK to pull back support for what NATO has become (NWO/ZOG), Russia would then supply gas to the UK, to us, at cost price. No-one in the UK would then need to freeze or starve because of “Ukraine” (the Zelensky regime).
Typical. A three-car black family and yet they live in a cheap tract home in a soulless development, with scarcely a tree or bush in sight. Not that they care, because that is the way they are.
The Tom Harwood character is a ghastly little careerist moneygrubber who is quite plainly not even (credible) “controlled opposition” but just an obvious enemy of the British people and of Europe’s future. People like that are a menace and [redacted].
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The NWO is desperate, desperate to prolong the war.
…and, almost 9 months since “Jack Monroe” threatened defamation action against Con Party MP, Lee Anderson, as well as against commentator Martin Daubney and others, nothing has happened, except “Jack Monroe” occasionally threatening less prominent tweeters with the same. She is not, of course, “a man of straw”, but a kind of “woman or binary something or other of straw”…oh, and her (at least, at one time) Jew-Zionist lawyer, Israel-based Mark Lewis, has as yet not emerged from his kennel to bark at anyone in respect of “Jack Monroe”.
Interesting tale, and Leigh Vaughan-Henry sounds like a good fellow, though I doubt that Wales Online can be taken automatically as accurate, in view of the fact that that particular report has a photo of the MI6/SIS HQ building in London captioned as “the MI5 building at Vauxhall, London“…
As a matter of fact, I am just now reading the book on which that report is based and, having almost finished it, can recommend it as a fairly good read, though the author does tend to let his personal views intrude now and then. Also, he does not examine in the round some aspects of why people did this or that at such a period of modern history.
If I am not mistaken, that photo of wartime Warsaw shows the main square in the Old Town quarter of the city, which I recall well from 1988 and 1989, when I visited Poland a few times. In 1988, I visited a famous Polish restaurant, the Bazyliszek (Basilisk), a couple of times, once for dinner (I think— that was, after all, 35 years ago), and once for a drink at the bar. That restaurant was in a building near one of the corners of the square.
The square, painstakingly reconstructed in the postwar era from old plans and photographs, now looks as it did before the damage done during WW2 (mainly in 1939 and 1944):
It would be far better to avoid even worse and more widespread devastation in Europe today than to repeat such terrible occurences, but the levers of power are often in the hands of reckless and/or stupid and/or evil “leaders”. You only have to think that Liz Truss, that very mediocre and uneducated woman, was actually Prime Minister of the UK for a short while. Anything might have happened. It still might.
Most of the notionally “independent” African states slid to chaos, corruption and civil war quite quickly after they ceased to be colonies. Why? Because the blacks were incapable of organizing anything once white (i.e. European) people left. There are many examples: Congo/Zaire, Ghana, Nigeria, Somalia, Tanganyika/Tanzania, Zambia etc.
More recently (from 1980) Rhodesia/Zimbabwe, which I myself saw prior to that, in 1977. It continued to function, up to a point, for several years, because a small proportion of the population was still European. Then most left, leaving Zimbabwe a swamp of corruption and near-chaos.
South Africa at one time (1911) had 22% of its population European; by 2010, that had shrunk to 8.9%, and may now be as low as 5%. The black population, under European/white rule, exploded in the 20thC.
After the whites of South Africa gave up their leading role in 1994, they have come to understand that, under black rule, there is no decent life for white people. Many have emigrated; others work overseas while keeping a home of some sort in South Africa. I used to talk at breakfast with a group of South African doctors who worked in the NHS at Exeter (UK) and other places, and who used to stay, as I did at times, at a farmhouse B&B in Devon.
It is not just a question of government. White Europeans ran everything else in the old South Africa. Now, most official posts are in the hands of blacks. Look at the results.
Cape Town very nearly ran out of drinking water (indeed, all water) a few years ago, because the African rulers and administrators had not prepared for drought: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Town_water_crisis. The city was saved only by persistent heavy rain just at the time of greatest crisis; by chance or fate, in other words.
Now we see that South Africa is running short of electricity, in a country where solar power should surely have a leading role.
In other words, South Africa is going (as I always knew it would) the same way as the rest of Africa, though more gradually.
When I was a practising barrister (1993-2008, though with extended breaks when I was overseas or engaged elsewhere), conducting hearings by video link had either not yet started, or was in its infancy; certainly I never encountered it, though I did some telephone hearings in latter years, usually from home. They involved civil/commercial interlocutory and/or procedural matters. Awkward when the cats miaowed loudly.
I should add that, after the early/mid 1990s, I did almost no criminal cases, except the odd corporate matter, representing large companies accused of breaching the law in various —mostly rather minor— ways.
Now, however, video link hearings in criminal cases are commonplace, especially in respect of sentencing hearings. It saves money, and inconvenience. But…
I think that sentencings especially (but also any examination or cross-examination of witnesses, including the accused) should always be carried out face-to-face in open court. The judge can see, a relatively few feet away, the demeanour of the person talking, in a way that is just not the same via video link, however good the technology.
Can it really be right that a defendant be sentenced, often to a term of years, while in a prison and at the end of a video link? I think not.
I think that the secret ruling circles want Sunak, in part because he is a non-white. The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. The message being “Britain is now a multikulti country; even the Prime Minister is non-white“…
Ireland has gone the same way. Until recently, the PM there was a half-Indian called Varadkar (he is now Deputy PM). I noticed that, in the recent explosion in Donegal, in a tiny village far from anywhere, two of the deceased were Africans. Shows how much migration-invasion there has been in Ireland in recent years (and pitiful “nationalist” Sinn Fein bends the knee to it all).
To state the fairly obvious, Labour is not popular; the Conservative Party is unpopular. Labour’s seeming popularity is purely by default.
The Conservative Party has been dumped by the voters because it has just got to a point at which its incompetence and absurdity just outweighs the doubts many have about Starmer, his Friends of Israel Shadow Cabinet, and Labour as a whole.
“Boris”-idiot came close to this point but did not quite reach it. Whether it was his contrived Eton-Oxford gloss, the slightly-easier economic circumstances, or whatever, he was just about holding the electoral line. Once he was chucked out, and especially once it became clear that Britain was heading for a train crash, the electorate woke up to the cold air, looked at Liz Truss and woolly-head Kwarteng, Therese Coffey etc, and was appalled.
A vote for Labour is a vote for more mass immigration, for Jew-Zionist control, for blatant pro-Israelism at the top of government, and for cuts imposed on pensions, State benefits etc. Despite that, Labour is riding high because the people are becoming desperate for anything that looks, however implausibly, like a government, rather than a bunch of headless chickens.
In any case, mass immigration and migration-invasion has continued under the “Conservative” governments since 2010. All that has happened has been a torrent of empty words by such as the Indians (could you make this up?) Priti Patel and Suella Braverman.
The Conservative Party has been held up until very recently by two factors: Brexit (despite that having been totally mishandled), and the fact that pensioners and near-pensioners (broadly, the 60+ age group) voted Conservative, overwhelmingly.
Rishi Sunak suspended the Triple Lock, “for a year” supposedly. That alone diminished the support for the Conservative Party. Labour climbed above Conservative in the opinion polls for the first time in years. Sunak failed to become Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister because the “grey vote” within the Conservative Party defected to Liz Truss, who promised almost everyone almost everything.
Now we see that even the “grey vote” is abandoning the Conservative Party, as I have been recently predicting. If your only real reasons to vote “Conservative”, as a 60+-aged voter, are a. the value of State pensions and benefits (including Pension Guarantee Credit); b. to stop or restrict mass immigration; and c. law and order, then the Conservative Party has let you down royally on all three.
This would be the moment for a social-national party to strike, if there were one. The absence of one is both infuriating (for me) and tragic (for the British people and their future).
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Wallace can now ride his horse, sabre aloft, towards Moscow. Pathetic.
Starmer-Labour is just a possibly-more-competent version of what used to be the Conservative Party, in some ways, before the latter became the home of Oxford and Durham university dropouts, and ceased to be able even to pretend to be a serious party of government.
Naturally, the old-style Labourites are jumping ship; the rank and file at least have been doing so for about three years, since the Labour Friends of Israel regained control.
The problem I have with Corbyn, Pidcock etc (well, one problem) is their mealy-mouthed attitude to the Jew-Zionist lobby that has stamped on them. As people say now, “call it out” for what it is; but they will not. They still pay lip-service to the “holocaust” farrago, and support the basically Jewish organizations that have beaten them, such as the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”, “Hope not Hate”, “United Against Fascism”, “Community Security Trust” etc.
How about “honestly questioning” Ben Wallace’s ability to be Defence Secretary on a different basis, i.e. that making the UK the bullseye of a Russian nuclear attack on NATO is a Very Bad Idea? Wallace, a former junior officer in the Guards, is just the sort of nincompoop who might, perhaps when in drink, precipitate a war with a power which has about 100 times our nuclear offensive capability.
Maybe. On the other hand, would the British electorate, at a general election, vote in large numbers for the Indian one-time-thought “clever boy” Rishi Sunak (and the rest of the Conservative Party MPs)? I doubt it.
Most people apparently still do not realize that the number one reason why the British economy has crumbled and is crumbling is because the stupid “panicdemic” measures of 2021-2022 included almost shutting down that economy for nearly 2 years, accompanied by a massive propaganda campaign.
Sunak was part of all that.
In any case, people vote primarily for a party, only secondarily for a party’s leader or a potential prime minister. The Conservative MPs are now seen, I think rightly, as a total rabble.
I do not think that it matters much, electorally, whether Johnson or Sunak prevails.
Strange. I still think that Labour has become a party without a purpose (as blogged in the past) but the Conservative Party, which was apparently solidly seated in the (mainly) south of England, propped up by (mainly) the middle-aged and elderly, and by the ranks of house-owners seeing their paper capital increase year on year, has now thrown all that away and become the System party most likely to disappear.
Actually it makes again the well-known point that (as Lenin is supposed to have opined) “to destroy a country, first destroy its currency“. I am not so sure that Lenin ever said or wrote that, but no matter. We can also see what happened in the German hyperinflation of the 1920s.
There were both positive and negative economic effects. The hyperinflation, however, also had political effects, which continued to resonate throughout the 1920s and beyond. The Beer Hall Putsch of 1923 was the first major attempt by Adolf Hitler to seize power. The KPD (German Communist Party) also became powerful at that time.
The faith of the German middle classes, especially, in the currency, was shattered, and not entirely put back together after the actual hyperinflation had ended.
Their faith in the political system of the Weimar Republic was correspondingly weakened.
In the UK, the country was staring down the barrel of hyperinflation under the idiotic misgovernment of Truss and woolly-head. That seems to have been stabilized now, but at what cost? Terrible spending cuts “across the board”, we read (though, strangely, or perhaps not so strangely, “Defence”, meaning money sent to support the Jew Zelensky in Kiev, is probably going to be increased).
Can you believe that idiot Welby?! He should probably not be allowed out without supervision. It really is time for the thoroughly infiltrated Church of England to be disestablished.
Having said that, tweeter “@LesleyPollard1” seems to be another “migrants welcome” idiot. Those people will only learn, and maybe not even then, when Britain is a complete non-white multikulti dustbin, a mixture of black Africa, North Africa, Kabul, Pakistan, Calcutta and a rundown version of New York City. Oh, and China.
As I blogged earlier today, if voters prefer Labour to Con even on immigration and Brexit, and maybe on pensions and (almost certainly) on benefits, then that might leave the Conservative Party with literally 10% of the general election vote, and that might mean only 50 Con Party MPs left. Looks as though idiotic Archbishop Welby should direct his prayers, for what they are worth, to almost all Con Party MPs except Liz Truss (who, in her very safe seat, would probably survive even a 90% cull of those MPs).
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The unexpected —by some— degree of support for Johnson is a political grasping at straws. Look at the Conservative Party standing in the opinion polls. 14%! Even if that level of voter intent were to double by the time of a general election, it would still result in a massive Labour victory; and there is no guarantee that voter intentions will improve for the Conservative Party.
The MPs backing Johnson are doing so because they do not believe that any but a smallish minority of the British electorate will vote for a party led by a globalist Indian billionaire. “Boris” (though in fact not entirely English) looks and sounds at least sort-of English, is a known quantity even if useless, and so is “the Devil you know”, and has to be more popular with some of the public (if only as a clown or jester) than Sunak.
Of course, it is desperate.
Onto the bonfire with him!
The stake needs to be in the globalist, not in the ground.
Import millions from other races, import their politics, their ways of life, their corruption etc. Fact.
That last clip shows the reaction of Liz Truss when someone became unwell at the Con Party hustings a couple of months ago. Thank God that the stupid “ho” will not now be in charge of the UK nuclear deterrent. Look at her! Panicking…
All the same, I doubt that it is very strictly supervised.
I have never actually bothered to watch GB News, but was just reading and watching, or listening to, some clips it posted on Twitter. Mostly about how “Boris”-idiot should again take on the unearned and unmerited mantle of Prime Minister.
Quite a few of the GB News presenters seem to be black, including some Ghanaian woman who had a job a year or two ago persuading ethnic minorities to submit to the “Covid” “vaccine”.
Controlled opposition? Scarcely “opposition” at all, in my view, and from what I have seen.
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Then, in the end, you will still have to “take up arms against a sea of troubles“, in the Shakespearean phrase, because the bastards have their orders, and the ones giving those orders are not going to just give up.
The “hypocrite of the year” award must go to U.S. President Biden, on behalf of the American military and intelligence hierarchy, after Biden’s comment that Russian attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure were “brutal“: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-63208897.
It seems that semi-demented Biden has forgotten the US bombings of, inter alia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Serbia, North Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and North Korea, not to mention the annihilation of whole cities in the Second World War, mainly but not only in Japan and Germany.
The American governments of the past 80 years have killed untold millions.
Tweets about the Ukraine situation, seen overnight:
My view has been that the Russians fluffed what could and should have been a swift and unstoppable coup de main in February 2022. The Russian General Staff, GRU, and large parts of the Russian Army were shown to be incompetent, while their allies (Chechens mainly) were again proven to be brutal and out of control.
Also, the Russian side was unable to win or even seriously compete in the information and propaganda war. The “Ukrainian” (Jew-Zionist, mainly) side have had 8 months of uncritical support from the “Western” msm, even down to the extent that Kiev is no longer referred to as “Kiev” on “Western” TV or radio, but (e.g. on the BBC) as “Keev” (written version being “Kyiv“).
I had assumed that the Russian plan, once their absurdly half-hearted initial “invasion” stalled, would be to seize the Black Sea and Sea of Azov littoral as far inland as possible (which they have largely done, though stopping far short of the Odessa region), and to press up the eastern side of the Dnieper to some point southeast of Kiev, while also expanding west from Kharkov and advancing north from the Donbass, all three advances meeting southeast of Kiev, and so not only occupying most of eastern Ukraine but also laying the ground for a serious advance on Kiev from south, east and north.
If the above was the Russian plan, it now lies in tatters. The Kiev regime side, pumped up with Western weaponry and money, has advanced, and the Russian side withdrawn. The forces of the Kiev regime, having taken towns occupied previously by Russian forces, have executed civilians known to be pro-Russia and/or anti-war.
The recent attacks on the Nordstream2 pipeline and the Kerch Bridge (and an airfield in Kaluga region) betoken a serious escalation by the Western/NATO/NWO/Kiev side.
In the contemporary phrase, though, “we are where we are”. So where now?
We have just now seen Russian attacks mainly directed at electrical-generation and heating plants. These mark a change in strategy.
It seems that the Russian strategy as it now stands is to weaken the morale of the —so far largely untouched— populations in the large Ukrainian cities under control of the Kiev regime— Lvov, Odessa, Kharkov, and Kiev itself, among others.
I think that Putin was holding back from a really large-scale targeting of the Ukrainian population in order to leave the door open for negotiation, but the Jew Zelensky has recently made it clear that no negotiation will happen while Putin remains in place; also, that sovereignty over the Donbass, Crimea etc is non-negotiable. An “ultra” position, if you like.
That leaves only continuing war as a likelihood.
Winter is coming. Without heating or electricity, the living conditions of the Ukrainian civilian population may become dire. War is cruel, especially this type of attritional war.
The Zelensky regime continues to exist only by reason of the tens or hundreds of billions of US dollars (and devalued UK pounds) being funnelled to Zelensky’s apparat, together with advanced weaponry.
The Russian strategy is not so much one of weakening Ukraine economically. The Ukrainian economy is dead or dormant anyway. It is a question of sapping the civilian (and so also the military) morale until the moment is ripe to launch a killer blow, meaning either a larger-scale invasion directed mainly at Kiev, or the use of tactical nuclear weapons to literally blow Zelensky off his perch.
Positionally, the Belarus situation is interesting. Kiev is little more than 60 miles from the border with Belarus.
If the Russian forces can take Kiev at some point, the war will have reached a tipping-point both strategically and in terms of morale etc. The Zelensky regime will have been decapitated in terms of geography, and the Kiev-regime forces in eastern Ukraine cut off.
Even for someone as cynical as I am about the UK’s totally broken pseudo-democratic system, the idea that the people of Britain can be put through such pain because a stupid woman who only became an MP in the first place on her back is “Prime Minister”, is unbelievable. Especially since said “ho” is only Prime Minister (in name) because 80,000 mostly elderly and comfortably-off Conservative Party members voted for her; even so, the vote was close. If Indian “clever boy” Sunak had not cheated the pensioners last year by suspending the “triple lock” on State Pensions, he would have clinched it.
As for Old Etonian woolly-head, Kwarteng, he takes the price of so-called “diversity” to a whole new level.
Short of a “grassy knoll” situation, how can this crazed dim woman and her cronies be removed?
I read that there are moves afoot to change the rules for removal of a Conservative Party leader, to shorten the 12-month time limit. That will take months, if it happens at all.
Alternatively, if Con Party MPs refuse to vote for Government measures, Truss might have to resign, but “have to” is not quite what it seems. She might simply dig in. I read her as the type of careerist, self-publicizing woman who will hang on as long as possible to the office, the pay, the perks, and the fact of being simply being the number one figure, even if powerless and widely despised.
One thing is for sure, the Conservative Party is toast from now on, unless it can find a semi-presentable leader by —at latest— Christmas 2023.
I think that abstention or protest voting will be more likely than a huge move by people to Labour. The huge opinion poll leads now being seen may persist, in our rigged binary system.
The UKIP debacle of 2015 (12% of votes but no seats) has put off many dissident conservative-“nationalist” voters, and the treachery of Farage in 2019 re. his Brexit Party has surely finished off that “Conservative Plus Plus” populism, at least in any significant way.
As we know, what matters, usually, is what happens in a few dozen very marginal seats. That is where the Conservative Party’s main weakness lies. Seats such as those former “Red Wall” constituencies “up North”.
I am sure that the old “Red Wall” can never be put back together, by reason of societal changes. Instead of the “proletariat”— miners, dockers, railway workers, steelworkers— you have call centre workers, retail workers etc, the “precariat”. Volatile voters, who might vote Labour one year, Conservative the next, and (?) UKIP, Brexit Party (or whatever) the year after that.
Still, the former “Red Wall”, which voted Con in 2019, will probably swing back to Labour, if only in the short term, meaning in 2023/2024. That alone is enough to cook the Conservative goose.
If the Conservative Party continues at 20%-25% in the polls, then it will not win any marginal seats, and will almost certainly lose seats not usually marginal.
Much depends on what happens to people’s lifestyles between now and the end of 2024, the last time when a general election can be held. If the Conservative MPs cannot hold the Truss feet to the fire in a major way, Conservative Party support may “trickle down” the drain even further…
Sadly, there is no social national party to engage with the people. The little joke-parties, such as For Britain and Britain First, have disappeared from view, and recent by-elections have been embarrassing for the few sort-of social-national candidates (eg Jayda Fransen) who have tried to put themselves forward. Indeed, the mere fact that I have even bothered to mention Jayda Fransen etc shows how empty the social-national space is in the UK.
That is my view too. If the Scottish people want to be nominally “independent” (if that means anything when Scotland would still be part of NATO, a reconnected EU, and the international banking system), then fine, just go (and with my genuine blessings), but in that event Scotland will almost certainly have to accept far lower living standards. Fact.
In fact, it seems to be that many Scots want, not “independence” but simply greater autonomy, meaning freedom from Westminster. See, below, the latest YouGov poll re. retaining the Monarchy:
Evenly divided. In a sense, that poll surprises me; I should have expected at least a small majority to be hostile to the idea of retaining the Monarchy.
SNP support is still at or below 50%:
That probably puts support for “independence” even lower, maybe (at an educated guess) around 45%.
An even more “autonomous” Scotland than exists at present would probably reduce the pro-Independence figure lower still.
If Scotland has even more autonomy, though, it cannot expect to retain funding on an overly-generous scale from the UK as a whole.
You can easily guess which (((element))) is behind much of it.
Piers Morgan might be called just an idiot (after all, he is an uneducated and uncultured man— https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piers_Morgan), but at the same time he is a chosen —or should that be “chosen by the (((chosen)))”— System mouthpiece on the msm.
People such as Morgan are pushing the idea that “Ukraine” (Kiev regime) can “win” this war. How? By NATO etc giving Zelensky long-range weapons with which to hit Moscow and Petersburg? Does Morgan himself really believe that Russia will just sit still if Kiev-regime forces capture all of the Donbass (and also Crimea, where 95% of the population is Russian)? The slaughter and terror likely to be inflicted on the Russian and also pro-Russian Ukrainian populations by the Kiev regime would be terrible.
Strange, I did not see or hear Morgan oppose the large-scale bombings (and huge civilian casualties) in Afghanistan and Iraq by American and UK forces. Maybe not so strange— Morgan’s brother is or was an Army officer of field rank, who served in at least one of those theatres; possibly both.
Reverting to the idea that Ukraine can “win”, what would that look like?
Let us say that Russia withdraws all forces from Crimea (Russian territory since the time of Peter the Great —and before then Tatar/Turkic— with the exception of the decades since 1953);
Let us say that Russia withdraws from the Donbass etc. What then?
Then Ukraine (Kiev regime) would be built up by NATO with huge new weapons influxes, possibly even tactical nuclear. Russia would be forced to agree “reparations” with Kiev (with NATO standing behind) and, down the line, Russia would be forced into a position of subservience to (((Western))) interests even worse than happened under Yeltsin in the 1990s. Russia was on its knees then. I saw it myself.
The more I look at it, the more I think it quite likely that Russia and the Western powers (NWO) will eventually end up in a strategic nuclear exchange that will change all of our lives irretrievably. If so, a large part of the blame and guilt will rest with a warmongering Western msm; people such as Piers Morgan. He may eventually reflect on that, if it happens and if he survives.
I see from his Wikipedia entry that Morgan has his main base not in the UK but in Los Angeles, though he has properties in both London and Sussex as well; maybe elsewhere too.
Globalism at work…again. That, and a country (the UK) where people are now taught from childhood to be ashamed of their race, culture, history and former Empire. Also, the fact that much of the UK economy is in the hands of various kinds of foreigners, in this case Turkish, but more often Chinese, Jews, whatever.
Remarkable, coming from a long-term Con mouthpiece and supporter.
The time is coming when free speech, open debate etc will be banned by stealth and Lilliputian ties. To a large extent, in the UK and elsewhere, it has already happened— in the msm, in publishing, in academia etc. All areas, incidentally, where the Jew-Zionists often hold sway.
“They are also the most highly-educated generation on record. This year, a record number of 435,000 18-year-olds in Britain —like my students— will arrive on campus. And this higher education, for many, helps to explain why, alongside the slightly older Millennials, they are also the most socially liberal generation in history.“
[Matt Goodwin blog].
The idea that attending a “university” (whether an ancient one or a 5-minute-old “McUniversity”) makes the attendee “highly-educated” is risible, looking at most of the graduates, let alone undergraduates.
“Consistently, Zoomers are the most supportive of Britain re-joining the European Union, the most likely to think immigration is having positive effects, and to voice strong support for rising diversity in all its forms. When I asked my students to name the most pressing problems facing the country today they either said climate change or racism. Nobody, interestingly, mentioned the economy.“
[Matt Goodwin blog].
Actually, his students sound like complete idiots. Obviously spouting the simplistic ideas pumped into them, for about 13 years, by semi-educated teachers, or via the BBC and other mass media..
“Many of these Zoomer graduates are also coming of age amid what philosopher John Gray has called ‘hyper-liberalism’ —and what others call ‘left modernism’, ‘progressive authoritarianism’, or ‘woke’ politics. While its supporters are often driven by good intentions, this is a more dogmatic, moralistic, and polarising brand of politics which promotes much looser definitions of terms such as ‘racism’ and much stricter, if not oppressive, speech codes that are used to try and curtail discrimination.”
“Personally, I suspect we are on the cusp of an entirely new cultural revolution in the West which will not only be driven by demands for more radical economic change but far more radical cultural and social change, too. And the Zoomers, as they trickle out of the universities into the institutions, will be in the driving seat of that revolution.“
[Matt Goodwin blog].
Well, it may be possible to turn the current in a more social-national direction. If not, those people will not be required.
…and all of [see above] Matt Goodwin’s eagerly “woke” students can then clap the “diversity” —and their own “tolerance”— as a torrent of cheap non-white labour continues to flood in, rendering their useless degrees about as valuable as a used bus ticket.
I am happy to see the fake “Conservative” Party about to go down the plughole, hopefully for good. Downside is, of course, that equally-fake and wrongheaded Labour will thereby grow stronger, in a basically rigged and binary system.
Still, if the Con Party can be reduced to somewhere below 200 MPs (1997-2005 levels), perhaps to as few as 100, that would be a good start to breaking up the whole rotten system.
‘Sometimes things have to get worse before they can get even worse.’
“Alt-right” schoolboy and “controlled opposition” GB News talking head, Tom Harwood, reports from the Con Party Conference.
What strikes me is how few delegates and visitors there are. Only the central part of the hall full. Would assess it as no more than 500 people. Not many, considering that the Conservative Party has 357 MPs.
Meanwhile, a Spectator scribbler thinks that the market should rule:
Reverting to his energy price theme, he writes (I have highlighted the key fact):
“The core problem is that without Russian gas there isn’t enough energy to go around Europe. It’s a problem that has been compounded by the fact that half of France’s nuclear reactors have been offline this summer and Norway, a major supplier of hydroelectric power, has had record low rainfall. With limited supply and high demand, people are bidding against one another for energy use. Prices will rise, and keep rising, until demand is reduced sufficiently to match supply. That’s if the market is allowed to function.Part of the problem is that the Conservative party is just the Labour party on a five-year lag...
A far better idea would be to scrap the price cap entirely, letting households pay the full cost of their energy use while doling out massive quantities of cash to those on lower incomes or with higher needs. This would preserve price signals and the incentive to use less, while also giving people enough money to keep their homes warm.
…Instead, Liz Truss is apparently planning to freeze household bills at or below £1,971, well below the actual market price of supply; the wholesale price alone for October-December is expected to be £2,491. The Times carries a slightly different version of the story where the cap is allowed to rise to £2,500 – still below the total cost of electricity.“
[Sam Ashworth-Hayes, in the Spectator].
I agree with his first sentence, and have been —probably pointlessly— blogging (for 5 years) and tweeting (until the Jew fanatics had me expelled from Twitter in 2018) about how the UK should be getting closer to Russia and, indeed, leaving NATO in return for, (among many advantages) getting cheap or even (it is possible) near-free gas from Russia, which would solve our energy problem overnight.
Instead of which, “Boris”-idiot, and now the stupid Liz Truss “ho”, have been giving billions in various ways to the Jew dictatorship in Kiev, and even threatening Russia with nuclear attack via “our” (controlled in reality by the USA) Trident nuclear submarines.
In fact, that Spectator article is worth reading in full. Ashworth-Hayes concludes by looking at the wider background:
“Part of the problem is that the Conservative party is just the Labour party on a five-year lag; once Starmer suggested freezing prices, the blue team were inevitably going to follow along at some point. But a bigger problem is that the Tories are increasingly the party of the non-working and economically inactive.
The Tory vote is old. Pensioners don’t work and don’t pay much in taxes. They certainly don’t benefit from investments that pay off 20 years down the line. They’re very happy to rack up massive bills in the present day and pass them off to their grandchildren. And they vote in massive numbers.
This gives Conservative politicians strong incentives to find ways to take from the young and the future to give to the old and the present-day. It is toxic in the long term – we have a dysfunctional housing market, twisted to prop up pensioner assets, and high taxes to fund pensioner healthcare and pensions that are destroying family formation and living standards among young people. This is the only way the current Conservative party can see itself clinging on to power. Changing the prime minister isn’t enough to change that.“
Well, there is much truth in all that, and if the “grey vote” wakes up to the fact that Liz Truss —albeit in 1995, aged 20, so be it— suggested scrapping the State Pension entirely, then the Con Party will rapidly pass into history.
The one demographic that votes Con heavily and actually votes is the (mainly) English “grey vote”, however defined (I am really talking about the 60+ age group). If that goes, the Conservative Party also goes.
“Well-regarded“? That idiot who, after a few too many glasses of whisky, shouted out that the Scottish regiments had beaten Russia in the Crimean War (according to him) and so the British Army could beat Russia today. 170 years later.
Britain has 60-200 nuclear weapons and a land area of 93,600 square miles. Russia has about 6,000 nuclear weapons and a land area of 6,601,000 square miles (about 71 times the size of the UK).
As to the “conference”, looks as though only a few dozen people are bothering to do more than drink in bars.
Is there anything the Jews will not complain about? The fact is that Schindler’s Ark, the novel (yes, novel) on which the film Schindler’s List was based, is a work of fiction: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schindler%27s_Ark. The fact that Jews have “edited” the Wikipedia entry for Schindler’s List, the film of the book, to refer to the book as a “non-fiction novel” is meaningless, as is that term itself, the more usual term being “faction”.
The famous “faction” novel by Frederick Forsyth, The Day of the Jackal, is not “non-fiction” just because a few characters in it (eg President de Gaulle) actually existed. The book is still basically fiction; so is Schindler’s Ark and the film based on it.
As a matter of fact, Schindler’s Ark was not even written by someone who experienced Germany or Poland during WW2; it was written by an Australian, Thomas Keneally, who, at the material time, was 5-10 years old and who only left Australia for the first time in 1968. Schindler’s Ark was written and published in 1982. Keneally seems to have visited Poland in or about 1980, not long before the novel was published.
“Many of his novels are reworkings of historical material, although modern in their psychology and style“
Saw the first episode of This England, following the pretty disastrous tenure, as Prime Minister, of “Boris” Johnson.
It kept the interest. The casting was remarkably good, headed by a performance by Kenneth Branagh that was amazingly like the real “Boris”, to look at. Other leading characters were also well-portrayed.
I felt that it could have been harder-hitting in some areas. Still, good overall.
Britain needs a new kind of social-national movement.
The war can be brought to a halt by the West/NATO/NWO simply cutting off supplies of money, arms and ammunition to the forces of the Kiev regime. The fake state and failed state of post-1991 Ukraine will then crumble within weeks if not days.
If escalation continues, there will eventually be a strategic nuclear exchange between NATO/NWO and Russia, after which anything could happen.
Tweets and thoughts about Russia, Ukraine, and NATO expansion since the 1990s
I remember Bill Bradley from when I lived in New Jersey in the early 1990s. One of those “best President (or Prime Minister)who never made it” figures, like (in the UK) Rab Butler, Enoch Powell etc. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Bradley.
On the main question here, the Russia-Ukraine situation, we see above a number of figures from, inter alia, the U.S. State Department, the CIA, the British Foreign Office, not to mention the American, Australian and other political establishments, all warning against NATO expansionism and against stoking Ukrainian political and military aggressiveness.
Few of those political and diplomatic figures can be, plausibly, written off as “Russian shills” and the like, as we see all too often written on Twitter and elsewhere, as the unthinking “I stand with Ukraine” mob bay for anything up to and even including nuclear war with Russia.
The disastrous policy of actively supporting the Jew-Zionist kleptocracy in Kiev headed (or figureheaded) by Zelensky is bad enough in itself (and is soon going to result in recession and/or stagflation in the UK and the EU) but, worse than that, may develop into a military situation between NATO and Russia which may then slip or slide into a nuclear conflict which would devastate the UK, much of Europe, the industrialized parts of Russia, and the cities of the USA.
Other tweets seen
I may not like moneygrubbing expenses cheat and Bilderberger, Ed Balls, and the same goes (double) for his venal, hypocritical, “refugees welcome” (but not in her own several homes) wife, Yvette Cooper, but it has to be said that Balls is a trained economist, and did criticize at the time the ludicrously wrongheaded “austerity” nonsense put forward by the part-Jews David Cameron-Levita and George Osborne from 2010-2015, a policy which has run Britain threadbare.
A salutary tale, and one which I have just reread, this time also reading many of the readers’ comments. Some had had similar experiences.
I was reminded, reading all that, of an experience of my own.
Over twenty years ago (how time flies in this world when one is no longer young), I was invited, with my wife, to the wedding of a friend, and former teacher at a language school where I had been a part-time student in the early 1980s.
I had become very friendly in the late 1980s and early 1990s with Ig, a noted translator of Dostoyevsky; Ig was divorced (from decades before) and lived in a semi-detached house with a large garden, in North Finchley (London outskirts).
Ig worked at a language school near Warren Street, in Central London, an institute where most of the Russian-language faculty were exiles of one sort or another. He himself had been born in Latvia between the world wars; when he was 14, his family fled to Germany, at the end of WW2, and as the Red Army advanced from the East. They had then settled in the UK.
I sometimes enjoyed a drink, and occasionally a curry in Drummond Street (also near Warren Street), with Ig and one or other of his friends, such as “Uncle John”, a divorced fellow whose wife, Alla from Leningrad, was another language teacher of mine at one time, or with Guy Churchill, a pleasant retiree and one-time SAS soldier (during the Malayan Emergency of the 1950s), who had the odd habit (never seen before or since) of breaking the filter tips off his cigarettes before smoking them.
Ig was rather eccentric, and sometimes did things which were very surreal, as when he took me, for no obvious reason, to have tea with the writer, Doris Lessing [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doris_Lessing], at a cafe-bar near the language school. A strange, awkward, rather Kafkaesque experience.
It never occurred to me that Ig, not far off retirement age, might remarry and so compromise his bachelor life of Russo-Soviet culture, beer, and collecting railway clocks (several were in the main room of his house). I was therefore surprised to be invited to his wedding, at a Register Office somewhere on the extension of Edgware Road, far up that road, maybe near Brent Cross (I cannot now exactly recall).
My wife and I attended the short ceremony, and met the bride. She was Russian but had been resident in Latvia, where Ig had met her (not sure where or how; possibly at a bus stop or the like). She was supposedly mid-twenties (my wife thought older), and looked a bit lost amid Ig’s rather grey-haired friends, who included a couple of occasional teachers of mine at that language school, one being a one-time Army linguist (and keeper of goats), another being Gerald Brooke, who had spent 4 years in prison near Moscow before being swapped for the Krogers: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Brooke; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morris_Cohen_(spy); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lona_Cohen.
That was the wedding. Some time later, Ig asked me to take his new wife to lunch at Lincoln’s Inn. She was friendly, pleasant, and told me that she had a law degree from Latvia, maybe Riga.
Scroll forward. My wife and I took on the lease of a large country house, one of the largest in North Cornwall.
We invited Ig and his wife to stay for the weekend. They arrived, but right from the start there was something wrong. For one thing, in a cold autumn, Ig’s wife came in a short dress, no coat, no gloves, perhaps unaware of how cold a large English country house can be, despite large fuel bills (one January, I spent nearly £700 on oil alone; plus coal and firewood. £700, in one month, 20 years ago).
Ig’s wife was actually quite rude from the start, not at all friendly to my wife, treated her like a serf, did not offer any help or whatever (we had the big house, but not any domestic staff as such), and just seemed to be sulking constantly. We assumed that the ill-matched couple had had a spat on the way down.
Anyway, after a weekend which —without going into great detail— tested my wife’s patience to the hilt, and when the pair were almost ready to go home, my wife thought to take some extra towels to their room (the house had originally had 26 bedrooms). She saw that Ig’s new wife’s suitcase was open on the bed; on top of the contents, a silk scarf belong to my wife, from Hermes. Ig’s wife had actually stolen the silk scarf (and other items, including bottles of scent) and placed them in her suitcase. The item were retrieved, and a diplomatic way found to raise the matter with the guest/thief.
Not an entirely successful weekend.
After that, I received calls from Ig’s Russian friends, begging me to think of a way to “save him from that stupid girl, who knows nothing but films and fashion“.
In fact, Ig did try to divorce her, after he overheard her talking to her mother in Riga, and the pair plotting to divorce him and so get half of his quite valuable house. In the end, the divorce never happened, despite preliminary court hearings.
Ig was prevailed upon to change his mind and, looking at that Guardian obit, they seem to have remained married until his death some 11 years later. I hope that the woman was not unkind to Ig in his last years, because he was a good fellow, but I never saw him after the disastrous weekend, and only spoke to him a couple of times when (maybe at her instigation) he wanted to bring her down again to Cornwall. I could not put my wife through that sort of nonsense again, though.
I presume that that woman got his house, I believe worth (in 2013) about £800,000 (and I suppose worth twice that much now), and other financial benefits.
However, not all Russians, Ukrainians etc can be tarred with the same brush. For example, I knew one girl (from Kiev) who was offered marriage by a British diplomat (who became an ambassador only about 2 years later) but refused him.
Many Russians (and, no doubt, Ukrainians too) are very fine people, but they come from a very different cultural and social background than English people. History has been harsh in those regions, and attitudes are fashioned out of such history.
Liz Truss Cabinet
Mirabile dictu! I agree with James O’Brien on something…
The main surprise is that Nadine Dorries is not there, it being rumoured that she is about to be elevated to the Lords. Well, why not? After all, a woman (Michelle Mone) who faked a “success story” about her insolvent bra company is there, as are several absurd black women, one of whom is only there because her son was killed in a scuffle with white yobs at a bus stop. Just a few examples of the deadheads in the House of Lords (Oona King is another one).
In principle, correct, but there is no mechanism, as we have seen in recent years, for the public to be able to dispense with even the most ridiculous Prime Minister, until given an opportunity at a general election.
Another humiliation for Britain, having this ridiculous creature as Foreign Secretary, complete with his “degree” in Hospitality Management from West London Poly.
In fact, apart from a couple of years as a sales manager, Cleverly seems not to have had a job for much of his life, unless you include his Territorial Army officer activity. He was never commissioned into the Regular Army, by reason of a supposed leg injury (unspecified); nor is it known whether he dropped out of Sandhurst or other training institution.
A couple more bits of news about the new Cabinet
That little pissant Robert Jenrick, a total puppet of the Jew-Zionist/Israel lobby, has been appointed a Minister of State despite his very “questionable” links to Jew property speculators.
Jewish wife; children brought up as if full-Jew. Completely in the Zionist pocket.
Sacked as a Secretary of State previously, so in effect a demotion.
The other news is that ex-officer Johnny Mercer, who seemed like a rare breath of fresh air in the Commons at first (but who, disappointingly, turned out to be a moneygrubber, at least from what I have read), has been kicked out of Government, and his wife, seeing the extra salary etc disappearing up the chimney, is livid.
I suppose that Mercer was hoping against hope to be appointed at some later stage as Defence Secretary, though his “bring it on!” rhetoric about nuclear war with Russia hardly inspired confidence in his judgment.
As for Mercer’s wife, Felicity, of whom I knew nothing until today, I award her 9 out of 10 for honesty, 1 out of 10 for diplomacy, and another 9 out of 10 for making my day more amusing.
You see that sort of thing all the time on Twitter— a cavalcade of talking heads, supposed “comedians”, sports talking heads etc, all paying lip-service to the BBC which, in most cases, pays them. Sickening homage to patronage.
Look at that Sweet bastard (whoever he is). Begging for state censorship.
Louise Mensch. A blast from the past, now just a washed-up, divorced Twitter twit who, after I was —both wrongfully and unlawfully— disbarred in 2016, actually tweeted directly to me, threatening (ignorantly) to have me disbarred in New York as well. Never heard anything more about it.
Louise Mensch was, inter alia, a drug abuser, and admitted that her drug abuse “messed up her head“. A rock “music” “groupie” at one time long ago (when at University), who became, at least metaphorically, an Israel- lobby “groupie” later.
Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan in action. White Genocide.
The “AI desktop pet” may be just an amusing idea now, but it is the direction of travel that matters. The Empire Windrush was just one quite small ship, but was the start of a massive migration invasion that has almost totally trashed the UK over the past 74 years.
Cosmetic. In reality, such exams are far easier than they were in the 1980s, let alone 1970s and 1960s, facts which can easily be verified by looking at exam papers from different decades.
The System actually wants to keep the ridiculous grade inflation, because it creates meaningless public happiness: the pupils or students are happy because they can tell themselves that they got “A” grades, the teachers and schools can pretend that they are doing a good job (rather than the pitiful job most of them do most of the time), the parents —particularly the sharp-elbowed middle classes— are happy that their offspring are on track to go to this or that university or college and so populate the usual professions, and the Government can claim to be reforming the exam award system when it is doing no such thing.
Meanwhile, real standards, in the real world, in official and business administration, the professions, political life, fall like a stone. Look at the standard of MPs now! All the System parties. Jess Phillips is merely one of hundreds of deadhead examples.
“Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan”, “White Genocide”…whatever. Comes down to the same thing— white British people “cancelled”, and put down in every situation, even though they (we) are still 80% of the population of England, and more in the UK as a whole.
Britain’s crippled, defective, future? Morning TV show, and both presenters are non-white, as is the scruffy Indian guest (who was once, absurdly, touted as both brilliant and the next UK Prime Minister).
At long last, people are starting to wake up to the damage that was done by the lockdown/shutdown, the facemask nonsense, the whole of the “panicdemic”/”scamdemic”.