On this day a year ago
The sort of idiots in the UK who stood outside their houses, clapping, a couple of years ago, are now the most vocal supporters of the criminal regime of the Jew Zelensky and his corrupt and sleazy cabal. Will such idiots ever learn?
In fact, the regime of the Jew Zelensky has now banned at least 11 opposition parties: see https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/ukraine-bans-main-opposition-party-seizes-all-its-assets
“Last month, President Zelensky signed a bill into law that gave the green light to ban any party that challenged the government’s policy on the Russian invasion, empowering courts to seize assets without the right to appeal.
While opposition parties are being obliterated, Ukrainians who engage in dissent are also being rounded up and arrested by armed men from the Ukraine Security Service.
As we previously highlighted, Ukraine is also attempting to extradite and imprison citizens who live in other European countries if they criticize Zelensky.”
Incidentally, talking about the social idiocies brought about by the “Covid” “panicdemic”, I happened to be at my local Waitrose yesterday, in the early evening.
Most people woke up from the facemask nonsense some time ago, but I noticed three people wearing their muzzles yesterday: one couple in their early forties, at a guess, and a sad-looking or rather flat-looking young woman; probably someone with mental problems (trudging along in the car park, eyes downcast).
…in particular, the Jew-Zionist holidays, which are basically tribal supremacist demonstrations. It applies to the various other “communities”, to some extent.
Hard to believe that Sky News “reporter” and “interviewer” (System propagandist) Kay Burley gets about half a million a year, or more, for rubbish like that.
The picket lines of the 1970s and early 1980s, and particularly the “flying pickets”, were sometimes vicious, but that was 40-50 years ago, and anyone can see that the subdued line of pickets forming the background to that Sky News “interview” bears no relation to the angry and even thuggish equivalent of nearly half a century ago.
It might well be argued that the picket shown reflects the very weak state of the trade unions today vis-a-vis the 1970s. In fact, unions now represent hardly any working people, relatively speaking, and for most of those do little, and can do little, for them.
Late tweets seen
Looks as if the registration number is OYW 864F.
“Irishman” meaning “tinker”/”traveller”, no doubt.
It is not “for Ukraine” either. Funnelling arms to the Zelensky regime merely prolongs the war, a war which, if push comes to shove, Ukraine cannot win (should Russia use its full power). The Ukrainian people would be far better off agreeing to be a demilitarized zone.
…and Right (as well as Might).
“Dominant ethnic group in global elite circles“? Oh, you mean Jews!…