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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, 7 November 2021

It being the 104th anniversary of the Bolshevik coup d’etat of 1917, and in a spirit of “let’s not be beastly to the Russians” (though most of the significant Bolsheviks were in fact Jews or part-Jews, and not ethnic Russians), I offer to readers of my blog some cheerful latter-day Soviet music:

Still, lest anyone think that I have belatedly “defected”, some tweets about the very negative consequences of Marxism-Leninism:

I rather dislike it when people say “the Gulag” (GULAG is an acronym which means “Main Directorate of Camps”) as if it were a place, but it has become normal usage, I suppose.

My Twitter account was removed in 2018 after a conspiratorial collaboration among a pack of Zionist Jews, so I am unable to retweet the above to those most in need of some remembrance of times past, such as (how absurd) “libertarian communist” and TV talking head, Ash Sarkar.

Still, as usual, I have said what I wished to say, and will continue to do so as long as this blog is still online. Should it cease to be, well, we shall see…

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All very true, but Labour under Blair also, in effect, sold peerages.

Wikipedia has this about the individual in the picture: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Cruddas,_Baron_Cruddas.

Would “it’s OK to be black” posters be treated as a “hate crime”? No. In fact, the police and local authority drones would very likely get down on their knee(s) in sign of fealty…and then tweet about how “inclusive” they are..

The police these days seem determined to make enemies of the British people.

Seward Collins

I had never heard of Seward Collins. Apparently, he was a (limited) supporter of both Hitler and Mussolini, though closer ideologically to G.K. Chesterton [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._K._Chesterton] and Hilaire Belloc [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilaire_Belloc], both of whom would be better known (to the wider public) today had they not been (up to a point) “cancelled” by the Jew-Zionist element in recent decades.

I came across that rather obscure figure, Collins, because he was a contemporary of, and known to, the American poet Robert Lowell [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Lowell], who wrote the poem The Vision of Sir Launfal: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/17119/17119-h/17119-h.htm.

See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seward_Collins; and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributism.

[G.K. Chesterton]

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Anti-Zionist Jew Gilad Atzmon [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilad_Atzmon] makes a good point. Naive/stupid Americans, especially, are not infrequently heard to make the absurd assertion that the USA has only one ally in the Middle East, namely Israel. It never seems to occur to those idiots that the most powerful state in the world, with an immense nuclear, chemical, biological, and conventional arsenal, and a population of at least 330 millions, scarcely needs the help of a tiny though well-armed state (Israel) which has fewer than 10 million inhabitants and which is largely dependent on American aid (both financial and in terms of armaments). The tail wags the dog…

If oil and gas becomes less necessary, then American grip on the hydrocarbon producers in the region becomes less vital. Indeed, the increase since 1989 in both oil and gas production outside the Middle East region has already had a slightly similar effect.

Gilad Atzmon has been another victim of a campaign of Jew-Zionist “lawfare” conducted by a Zionist cabal in the UK.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilad_Atzmon#Allegations_of_antisemitism; https://twitter.com/GiladAtzmon.

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Sinding]
[Aivazovsky, Among the Waves]

Christ and Antichrist, Pope and anti-pope

[https://backtojerusalem.com/one-world-religion-headquarters-set-to-open-next-year/]

Interesting. I knew a very informed spiritual person in the 1980s, a bookseller in Museum Street, London, who predicted something along such lines, but also that it would be ruled by Jews based at the Temple Mount/Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, which would be “cleansed” of Islamic worship by that time.

Interesting too that the date for the Abu Dhabi centre to start operations is set as 2022, the first year of the next 33-year cycle…

The masks are really starting to come off. I recently discussed the Papacy and the New World Order [NWO] in a blog post (and have done so in the past). See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/10/14/diary-blog-14-october-2021/

[the Papal coat of arms of Pope Francis, with the Jesuit device dominating…]

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I begin to wonder (not however for the first time, if truth be known) whether the plan is not for most of the world to be “vaccinated”, thus gradually weakening the human organism, to the point at which the real pandemic will be unleashed, and against which few will have any resistance or immunity.

I do not claim that my above speculation is more than that, but what can one say? It is, so to speak, beginning to look a lot like Christmas…

Exactly. Much as I hated and despised Blair and all (or most) of his works, he was at least superficially competent. Since then, the slide has been steep…Cameron-Levita (part-Jew), Theresa May (part-Jew), A.L. “Boris” Johnson (part-Jew), each less competent than the preceding.

…and (with apologies to Nevil Shute https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nevil_Shute), “British democracy died, not with a bang but with a whimper“…

On the other hand, the sheer Satanic cunning of the “panicdemic” is that the System has, as Sun Tzu recommends in The Art of War, managed to convince the majority that restrictions and diktats are good [Sun Tzu: “to win without war is the supreme excellence“]. It could therefore be argued (and is) that “most people support the measures taken”. Of course they do. The poor saps have been scared out of their skins.

On those premises, what price “democracy”?

As I said yesterday, the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/.

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This is one —not the only— danger faced by the West and, more widely, “Christendom”— migration-invasion by adherents of a rather unsophisticated “Dark Ages” religion, which started off and continues as a cult of conquest, albeit disguised as peaceful.

There are other backward forms of religion in the world, but few that wish to conquer the world.

Christianity at one time spread partly via conquest (eg in the Americas), but has now abandoned forcible conversion of the “heathen” (unless you count those ghastly American missionaries in the Amazon and elsewhere). Hinduism and Judaism, as well as other religions such as Shinto, do not look for converts, and in their purest forms combine religion and race, or ethnicity. Buddhism is open to those wishing to practise it, but does not demand adherence.

It might be argued that, as a collective, Jews are aiming at world domination, but that aim, if aim it is, is not based on the Judaic religion (in terms of “converting” non-Jews to that religion), but on simple economic and/or military force, as well as control of world msm and finances.

I hope that that woman is identified, and a formal complaint made to the RSPCA and police. The poor horse just stands and takes it, trying only to move its head to soften the slaps.

[Update, 8 November 2021: reports state that the abusive and unpleasant woman filmed hitting and kicking a horse is one Elizabeth Bell, joint master (?) of the Cottesmore Hunt, based in Rutland. However, those reports are disputed on Twitter, to the effect that (some say) Elizabeth Bell, though present, was not the actual or active abuser.

Elizabeth Bell has a degree in Education, and is a schoolmistress. She co-founded (with her mother) a school in 1989 (Brooke Priory School, Oakham Priory, Rutland): https://brooke.rutland.sch.uk/history-of-the-school/; https://www.countrylife.co.uk/country-life/school-life-the-best-schools-in-the-north-of-england-5696; https://www.wildlifeguardian.co.uk/hunts/cottesmore-hunt/.

[Elizabeth Bell, of Cottesmore Hunt and Brooke Priory School, Oakham]

Despite foxhunting being a colourful and traditional spectacle, it is now necessary to stop it for reasons of animal welfare and propriety.

[Update, 9 November 2021: it seems that the abuser is alleged to have been one Sarah Moulds, so not Elizabeth Bell, though she, Bell, is a foxhunter.

I have to say that, were I a parent, I should not want such a bad-tempered woman (and animal abuser) teaching my children].

Yes. There is, as Griffin implies, a political vacuum in, particularly, England and Wales, but System repression combined with popular apathy means that there is still no credible social-national party or movement. If one can emerge, it will sweep all before it.

If the untermenschen are captured, a firing squad in the largest square of the nearest city. Not “judicial penalty” but socio-political deterrence.

I would usually oppose that young woman’s pathetic and derivative sub-Nietzscheanism but, looking at the photo, it looks as though she made the right choice…

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

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Diary Blog, 14 October 2021, including a few thoughts about the Papacy and the Jesuit Order

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Tweets seen

“It’s almost as if the UK System regime is not really trying”…

The endless “lockdowns” are a way of disguising what is really happening, i.e. the shutdown of large parts of the Western world for other reasons. It has to do with the promotion of the Pacific Rim (especially China) and North America (regardless of surface hostility). It is also connected with the next 33-year cycle starting in 2022. NWO/ZOG.

In the same way, if the NHS and care system for the elderly is wound down and underfunded, the excuse is now “it’s because of Covid”. Of course it is…

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As before, I am amazed at the sheer forbearance of the British public. None of those malicious bastards is getting hit, or stamped upon, or kicked, or simply run over.

In a sense, I am glad that the public are so well-behaved, but being so nice seems to be taken advantage of by the ridiculous “protesters”. I wonder how long before the “protesters” outstay their welcome?

What is that all about? Is it criminal, or somehow political?

Brave words, but I am afraid that I have, over decades, heard too many “brave” (boastful) words from Americans who are armed to the teeth but actually do nothing.

The end of the Papacy is near: see the Prophecy of Malachy. The Jesuit Order has captured the Papacy which once tried to exterminate it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prophecy_of_the_Popes; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prophecy_of_the_Popes#Popes_1590_to_present_(post-publication); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Society_of_Jesus#Suppression_and_restoration.

Having further considered that the said Company of Jesus can no longer produce those abundant fruits, … in the present case, we are determining upon the fate of a society classed among the mendicant orders, both by its institute and by its privileges; after a mature deliberation, we do, out of our certain knowledge, and the fulness of our apostolical power, suppress and abolish the said company: we deprive it of all activity whatever. …And to this end a member of the regular clergy, recommendable for his prudence and sound morals, shall be chosen to preside over and govern the said houses; so that the name of the Company shall be, and is, for ever extinguished and suppressed.” [Pope Clement IV, in 1773].

The period following the Restoration of the Jesuits in 1814 was marked by tremendous growth, as evidenced by the large number of Jesuit colleges and universities established during the 19th century. During this time in the United States, 22 of the society’s 28 universities were founded or taken over by the Jesuits. It has been suggested that the experience of suppression had served to heighten orthodoxy among the Jesuits. While this claim is debatable, Jesuits were generally supportive of papal authority within the church, and some members became associated with the Ultramontanist movement and the declaration of Papal Infallibility in 1870.” [Wikipedia]

[Symbol of the Jesuit Order]
[Papal coat of arms, the “Keys of Peter”]
[Papal coat of arms, Pope Francis]

Note how the Jesuit symbol heraldically dominates that coat of arms: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Pope_Francis. The Jesuit symbol overlays the “Keys of Peter” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keys_of_Heaven].

Born in Buenos AiresArgentina, Bergoglio worked for a time as a bouncer and a janitor as a young man before training to be a chemist and working as a technician in a food science laboratory. After recovering from a severe illness, he was inspired to join the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) in 1958.” [Wikipedia]. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Francis.

All the same, reverting to the tweet above, with the nun, it is true that the population of the world is too high, by far. However, while numbers should be reduced, what is equally important is that the proportion of white Northern Europeans be far far higher than it presently is.

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As I have been saying, blogging, and tweeting (when I still had a Twitter account, before the Jews had me expelled in 2018) for years.

All part of the transnational propaganda campaign being waged by the conspirators of evil. All part of the “comms” for the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. Look at pretty much any TV show, TV ad, poster ad…whatever. This is a massive international campaign to destroy the white race by mixing it heavily with the blacks and browns. Not race alone; culture, our European culture, will also not survive, unless we start to fight for it.