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Diary Blog, 8 May 2021

Justice, injustice, or vindictiveness?

Read this report: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9554237/Pro-Palestine-trade-unionist-jailed-fighting-Jewish-barrister-Hampstead-political-pub-row.html.

The defendant attacked a Jew lawyer who was himself, not long before the attack, quite violent (and had to be restrained). The defendant then, having been ejected from the pub where both parties had been drinking (incidentally, one in which I myself have had a drink once or twice, though about 30 years ago) returned and attacked the alleged victim, so could not, in law, have pleaded self-defence.

The alleged victim apparently suffered considerable injury.

I can see why the defendant was charged with “s.18” GBH (Grievous Bodily Harm with intent) rather than the lesser “s.20” GBH, the defendant having returned to the alleged victim (accompanied by his, the defendant’s, sons). There was, plainly, an intent both to attack the alleged victim and also to inflict serious harm upon him.

Where I find the matter unjust is in the sentence.

A nine-year sentence! Almost ludicrously harsh on the facts (at least as presented in the newspaper), and in this case the defendant has been sentenced to serve 2/3 of that, meaning 6 years.

I hope that the defendant will appeal this seemingly harsh sentence.

Another point that interested me was that the alleged victim says that the defendant “goaded” him “into revealing [the alleged victim’s] ethnicity“, i.e. that he is a Jew. So he wanted to keep it secret or unremarked upon to some extent? I seem to recall that Dr. Goebbels once commented on what he implied was a typical attitude:

These incidents happen when people are in drink. I also seem to recall that the playwright, Dryden [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dryden], was targeted and attacked by the Lamb and Flag pub in Covent Garden (which pub is still plying its trade today, and in which I have, again, had a drink though, as with the King William IV in Hampstead, long long ago). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dryden#Personal_life; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamb_and_Flag,_Covent_Garden.

We sometimes forget quite how violent and uncontrolled London life was in the past (too).

John Rentoul’s quiz tweet of the week


Well, I usually do better than John Rentoul (almost always, in fact), and this week was no exception: John Rentoul scored 6/10, but I beat him easily with 9/10. The question to which I did not know the answer was question 6 (though I looked up the answer and realized that I did, sort-of, or in the back of my mind, know it, so I nearly scored, for the first time in these Saturday quizzes, 10/10. Damn). Still, 9/10 it is, this week.

Tweets seen

Labour now represents mainly the ethnic minorities (except Jews, wealthy Indians and Chinese), the public service workers (esp. NHS), and the so-called “woke”. So where should it be based? Brixton? Spitalfields?

I wonder whether that clown is receiving (but unable to touch at present) monies deposited offshore for him, or has any promise of such monies? I should not be surprised.

Well, the UK electoral system is manifestly unjust, of course. The following example from the General Election of 2015 makes the point:

Boundaries can be (and are) drawn to achieve a desired result:

Alles gut…but frankly I think that my analysis, in blogs of the past couple of days, has been far better (immodest though that reads…).

The reality is that people are pushing back against both main System parties. In areas usually Conservative-voting, against the Conservative Party; in areas traditionally Labour, against the Labour Party. The people are frustrated.

The voters (and the many millions of non-voters) want something different, yet are presented with a System-controlled fake binary choice (plus a LibDem “dustbin” option, and here and there a few “controlled opposition” crank options), neither of which two main options they really want, or even respect.

Exactly. I have been blogging in that vein and, before that, tweeting (until a Jew pack managed to have my Twitter account closed down in 2018), for years.

In the UK, the self-describing “Left” and/or pseudo-socialists put out 95% of their effort into “deplatforming” those they have decided to hate (especially people like me, those with real ideas), rather than trying to present an alternative to global finance-capitalism, the New World Order (NWO), and Zionist Occupation Government(s) (ZOG).

In fact, the self-describing “Left” has no alternative to present, unless you count as a alternative world-view some farrago of “antiracism”, “antisexism”, compliance with Jew-Zionism (sometimes, absurdly, mixed with anti-Israel-ism), “holocaust” fables, anti-“Nazi” rhetoric, and a vague belief in the goodness or efficacy of washed-up societies such as Cuba or Venezuela.

The self-describing “Left” has not really understood yet that history left them behind in 1989 (some of them don’t even understand that history started to leave them behind in 1956).

Here we are, one year away from the next great pivotal year in the 33-year cycle, 2022, with the international conspiracy/consensus moving towards its “Great Reset”, and people in the UK are still talking or tweeting about “the Tories” and “Labour”, as if they really mean something fundamental. Those people do not understand that the System parties in the UK are like Soviet chocolate boxes— the chocolates differing in shape but with identical fillings.

As for “Leftism” (I myself have never designated politics as “Left” or “Right”), the following cartoon says it all:

The British people —what’s left of them— do not want or welcome evidence, they just want to be told that they are safe in all circumstances. All measures are accepted if that is the justification.

You have seen it in the last year or more of “panicdemic” measures. People are told that ludicrous facemask muzzles save them from the dreaded virus (which has —supposedly— killed about 1 in 1,000 UK people, but really far far fewer), and people want to believe that. Those who do not (and fail to wear them as mandated) are fined, and so deterred from not wearing facemasks. cf. “holocaust” “denial” laws in some countries.

The same or similar applies, mutatis mutandis, to the vaccine promotion etc.

The days are long gone when the Soviet Union might have invaded the UK; Russia today has no wish to do so, and no ideology to underpin that kind of strategy. If Russia ever were to invade, though, the British of today would roll up like a map…

Fantasy strategy…

Late tweets

Once the Queen goes, they all have to go. New page. New words. New lives.

Especially now that Labour has become a basically minority-ethnic party; at least, that is very much the direction of travel. Which means that most of the white British, especially white English, have just switched off from Labour. They might or might not vote Conservative, but Labour is very much yesterday’s news.

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Diary Blog, 24 April 2021

The Keys of the Kingdom

Saw a fine old film called The Keys of the Kingdom [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Keys_of_the_Kingdom_(film)]. Based on a book by the arguably now-almost-forgotten A.J. Cronin [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._J._Cronin], one of those writers who, while bestselling authors in their day, are later rather neglected. I suppose that Edgar Wallace was another example; he sold 50 million copies of his many works: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Wallace.

Watching The Keys of the Kingdom, it again occurred to me how many deeply Christian films were made by Hollywood in its days of greatness, despite the fact that all or almost all studios were owned by Jews. Ben Hur would be just one other example, others yet being Quo Vadis, The Robe, etc.

Today, it is different. Film studios are now usually not only owned by Jews, but the films often directed by Jews, and those films tend to be bitterly Zionist (often promoting the “holocaust” narrative) and/or serving a materialist agenda. Spielberg is only one example.

More from the Bar of England and Wales


Multikulti Britain 2021… a dustbin.

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Wonderful. A stand taken against the “control” agenda.

As far as the facemask nonsense is concerned, the fear engendered by the System propaganda of a year ago is only a veneer now. Few really believe that everyone is at risk of death. They know (or have guessed something similar) that only 1 in 4,000 people in the world has been killed by “Covid-19”, and that even in swamped (by immigrants and tourists) Britain, only 1 in about every 1,000 people has died from “the virus” (or, more accurately, “within 28 days of a positive test”, though in reality from other conditions).

No doubt the propagandists will try to enforce continued facemask muzzling, but the people are already giving up, despite the dictatorial and possibly invalid “laws”, “rules” etc. The social pressure is less now, as well. I filled up the car with fuel a few days ago and genuinely forgot to put on a disposable mask as I went to pay at the kiosk. A woman exited, also maskless, and the cashier, likewise maskless, did not ask me to put on any mask; in fact, the matter was not mentioned, and she even smiled, a fact I attribute either to her sunny personality or to my charming manner…


I see that my blog post of July 2019, assessing the then new Boris Johnson Cabinet, has been receiving many hits: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/07/25/the-boris-johnson-cabinet/.

Dominic Cummings

I see that Dominic Cummings has turned against Boris-idiot…https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/apr/23/dominic-cummings-launches-attack-on-boris-johnson

I blogged about Cummings several times over the past two years: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2020/01/03/dominic-cummings-a-government-of-dystopia-and-lunacy-posing-as-genius/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/10/les-eminences-grises-of-dystopia/ etc.

In what were “normal” times, this present government of clowns could and would not exist, certainly not for long, but we have a situation in which there is no legitimate government, yet also no legitimate nor effective official Opposition or opposition party. The former Labour leader, Corbyn, who was weak, and was a bit of a joke, but at was least anti-Zionist (up to a point), was replaced by the Jew-lobby puppet, Keir Starmer, whose idea seems to be to say, all the time, to the Government “we support 90% of what you do, but you should be doing it better…oh and doing it on bended knee, and wearing a facemask“!

I should not be surprised if Labour under Starmer were to start to do worse in elections even than under Corbyn and Miliband.

In Scotland, looks as though Scottish Labour (led now by a Pakistani) has pretty much given up (see tweet below):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anas_Sarwar; https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/19251664.scottish-labour-leader-anas-sarwar-admits-hypocrisy-childrens-private-education/; https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/19255314.being-hypocrite-means-can-see-greed-sides—week-anas-sarwar/

Truly pathetic…

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Well, this week I scored 8/10, thus again beating political journalist, and diehard Blairite, John Rentoul, though he managed 7/10, far better than his embarrassing 1/10 of last week (I always give him full credit for honesty, though). The questions which I was unable to answer this week were questions 6 and 8.

William Joyce

[William Joyce, born 24 April 1906, New York NY, USA; died 3 January 1946, London] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Joyce

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Diary Blog, 17 April 2021, including latest thoughts about the Alison Chabloz situation

Alison Chabloz

Readers of this blog may be interested to know where persecuted satirical singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz stands now in terms of her appeal against her recent conviction and sentence.

After yesterday’s failure of her application for bail pending appeal, Alison remains incarcerated at Bronzefield Prison near Heathrow Airport.

In previous blog posts about Alison’s predicament, I have written (correctly) that, taking account of the usual 50% discount on sentences, as well as time taken off for days spent in police custody, at trial etc, and also the 4 days taken off for time served prior to Alison’s successful previous appeal (in 2020), she might expect release in any case by the end of May.

The above calculations, though correct in themselves, left out the effect of the now-ubiquitous “early release on tag” programme, via which prisoners are now commonly released at even earlier stages and monitored by electronic tags usually attached to the leg above the ankle.

Usually-reliable sources inform me that Alison Chabloz is likely (though that is not absolutely definite) to be released “on tag” by about 26 April 2021, so (if that is so) only about 9 days from now.

After release, whether “on tag” or otherwise, Alison will be monitored until the end of the period of the original full 18-week sentence handed down on 31 March 2021, i.e. until early August 2021; during that period, Alison can be recalled to prison, contingent on various circumstances. If that were to happen, she would probably remain incarcerated until August.

Alison Chabloz is continuing with her appeal, however. It might be thought, from a purely individual point of view, that Alison’s appeal has little point, in view of the fact that she may soon be released anyway. However such observation leaves out consideration of various facts.

Firstly, Alison will no doubt want to make her point that what she said in podcasts about the Jew-Zionist etc was not “grossly offensive” anyway. Secondly, she may wish to have quashed her second “criminal” (political-criminal) conviction. Third, she may wish to head off (if possible) any upcoming nuisance.

At the bail application yesterday, held at Southwark Crown Court, H.H. Judge Tomlinson, presiding, said that that “she received nothing like the maximum...”, which was arguably true, inasmuch as the maximum is 6 months, i.e. 26 weeks. Still, what sort of society imprisons socio-political satirists and commentators at all?

An appeal from the Magistrates’ Court to Crown Court consists of a complete rehearing, in effect a duplicate trial.

If, at the appeal hearing, Alison Chabloz succeeds, and the appeal is upheld, then fine. The conviction will be quashed, and the sentence will fall. Quaestio cadet.

If, on the other hand, Alison’s appeal fails, then the Crown Court has the power to substitute a different sentence, whether longer or shorter. If shorter than the one passed by the Magistrates’ Court, then she would probably be released immediately; if longer, then the length of her actual imprisonment will, unsurprisingly, depend on the length of the term passed. The Crown Court can only sentence, at such an appeal, up to the maximum that was available to the lower court, i.e. (in this case) 6 months.

If Alison’s appeal fails, and if she then is sentenced to the maximum available (which is unlikely, in my opinion), then she will still be out before too long: 6 months, minus the usual 50% discount, is 3 months. That must be taken minus the 1 month already served (assuming that Alison is released before May). It must also be taken minus the ~2 weeks of other custody, time at trial etc in both 2021 and 2020. That would leave about 6 weeks to be served.

In other words, even if Alison’s appeal fails, and even if she then is sentenced to the maximum 6 months, she would in fact serve only a further 6 weeks (and might even be released “on tag” before that).

When an appeal from Magistrates’ Court to Crown Court fails, not uncommonly the Crown Court does not interfere with the length of the original sentence. If that were to happen in this case, Alison would have about another 3 weeks to serve, but might in fact be released “on tag” almost at once.

Alison Chabloz may be in somewhat difficult circumstances now, but the end is in sight.

For someone in prison, even serving a short sentence, letters, cards and books are welcome reminders of the outside world, of friendship and Kameradschaft:

Alison Chabloz, A6478EK,
HMP Bronzefield,
Woodthorpe Rd,
Ashford, Middx.,
TW15 3JZ

Books sent should be *new, *paperback and preferably (though not necessarily) sent via online vendors [important update: Bronzefield now do not accept Amazon deliveries but will accept books from elsewhere]

[Alison Chabloz]

Tweets seen

For “government in power” read “ZOG” (“Zionist Occupation Government”).


It seems almost cruel to write that I beat John Rentoul yet again, this week scoring 5/10 compared to his shockingly bad 1/10, but as always I give Rentoul full marks for honesty. In fact I nearly scored 7/10, but just could not bring to mind the answers (which I basically knew) to questions 4 and 6; I had no clue about questions 3, 5, and 10.

Strange woman

A strange-seeming woman, looking in her Twitter profile like Boris Johnson in drag, mentions me when replying to a barrister presently being attacked:

Tweeter “Testy Tracy” should read my own account, not the twistedly-false version put out by the Bar Standards Board and the Jewish-Zionist lobby: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

I might add that that barrister’s reply (not shown above because I seem to have technical problems today in copying and pasting tweets) misspelled “cite” as “site”, but I suppose that anyone can make a typo…

Not sure why I am wasting my time, perhaps because “Testy Tracy” is so typical of many UK Twitter users (ignorant, judgmental, yet probably considering herself both educated and intelligent because she attended a “university” —see below—. She seems to lack any understanding of issues), but anyway…

So “Testy Tracy” has “degrees”! No doubt “McDegrees” from a “McUniversity”. Her ignorance about the Bar is patent, which (of course) does not prevent her from having strong opinions about things which she quite obviously fails to understand.

Would you give a silly ignorant woman like that a job? I wouldn’t. I think that that barrister, Yalland (whom I do not know) replied rather politely to what seems to be a semi-crazed creature.

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Diary Blog, 22 March 2021

Alison Chabloz

The persecuted satirical singer-songwriter, Alison Chabloz, faces trial under the notorious bad law of the Communications Act 2003, s.127 on 30-31 March 2021 (next Tuesday and Wednesday).

She has now blogged about her present situation: https://alisonchabloz.com/2021/03/22/alison-chabloz-legal-update-march-2021/.

Alison’s blog is otherwise found here: https://alisonchabloz.com/.

[Notes: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/medialse/2012/10/19/section-127-of-the-communications-act-2003-threat-or-menace/; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communications_Act_2003#Malicious_communications].

[Alison Chabloz]

Alison Chabloz welcomes attendance by supporters (Westminster Mags, Marylebone Road, London; nearest Underground–Edgware Road; trial starts at 10.30, but anyone can enter at any time).

Tweets seen


I scored the same as John Rentoul this time: 6/10. I did not know the answers to questions 2, 5, 9, and 10.

That is the extraordinary thing about the misnamed Scottish National Party. It has scarcely any of the characteristics of any form of nationalism.

The other extraordinary thing about the SNP is that it took it about 37 years from its foundations in the early 1930s to get even one MP into the House of Commons: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_National_Party#House_of_Commons_2.

The number of Scottish MPs at Westminster varied, in those years, from 72 to (the present position) 59.

The SNP had no more than half a dozen MPs until 2015 (except for the mid/late 1970s, when it had 11). In 2015, the SNP won 56 out of 59 Commons seats (that fell to 35 in 2017, but rose again to 48 in 2019).

What happened in the years 2010-2015? The near-collapse of support, in Scotland, for the existing System parties: Conservative, Liberal Democrat and, above all, Labour, which lost 40 out of its 41 Scottish seats: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_United_Kingdom_general_election#Outcome.

[2015 General Election: a map of the results, showing each constituency as a hexagon of equal size, with the black lines showing separations in regions]
[similar map for the 2017 General Election]
[similar map for the 2019 General Election; and note the erosion of Labour support in England]

The SNP is of course a System party itself: pro-Jewish lobby, pro-Israel, pro-immigration, pro-finance capitalism. Domestically, in policy terms, it is mostly somewhere around where Labour was in the mid 1970s.

For me, the interesting speculation is as to whether, should support for the “three main” System parties collapse in England, a new social national party might not do what the SNP did in Scotland. Despite the absence of any credible nationalist (let alone social-national) party in England, it might be possible, in an extreme situation. The considerable though brief success or near-success of the weak conservative nationalist parties, UKIP and Brexit Party, has shown what might still be possible.

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Much of what has happened and is still happening in the UK (and the EU states, and Australia/New Zealand) in the past year or so has been a mass psychological experiment, on a huge scale. Social conditioning. Part of the “Great Reset”…

Late tweets

…and I wonder what (((lobby))) is behind it all, though well-concealed?…

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Diary Blog, 27 February 2021

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The Labour Party

So much for the “get rid of Corbyn, put in Starmer, and Labour becomes electable” idea…not that I had much time for Corbyn either.

Labour on 36%. Not far ahead of where it was at the 2019 General Election (32.1%). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_United_Kingdom_general_election; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Results_breakdown_of_the_2019_United_Kingdom_general_election

My main view about Labour has not changed, which is that Labour’s problem is not a tactical one (this or that policy, this or that leader) but a strategic one.

Labour was the party of the industrial proletariat, which now scarcely exists. It kept going since, say, 1989 or so, mainly on the idea that Labour was a kind of broad, one-size-fits-all, social-democratic (though not “socialist”) party. Clause 4 (nationalization) was dropped in the 1990s, along with The Red Flag and Labour conference speakers affecting the vocative, “Comrade” (which was pretty silly by then).

One sometimes sees the saying “to be a citizen of the world is to belong nowhere” or some such. Well, Labour in the 1990s and up to 2010 was a party trying to appeal to almost everyone, which in the end meant that it appealed to almost no-one.

An exaggeration, of course. After all, over 32% of those who actually voted still voted Labour in 2019. FPTP voting meant that Labour won rather less than one-third of the seats in the House of Commons.

Labour’s strengths now lie mainly or broadly with what Woodrow Wyatt (in his Diaries) termed “the blacks and browns”, and with the public service workers generally. They, however, are relatively small minorities. Not more than about 25% altogether. In the 2019 election, that 25% was added to by the urban white English young, mainly. The under-25s.

Many msm commentators have noted that, on the arguably outdated “class” basis, Labour now finds its support more in the “middle class(es)” than in the “working class(es)”.

Even accepting that those terms still have some meaning, that can only be a partial explanation. True, I think, as far as it goes, though.

Another factor is that the “proletariat” has been replaced by the “precariat”, people who are in unstable employment or no employment, and who have little on which to fall back if times are hard. The precariat also has only the most rudimentary sense of community compared to the old proletariat.

You only have to look at Labour Party MPs. What are they, mainly? Not people from a conventional “British worker” background; there are hardly any like that. “Professional” politicians with backgrounds in (paid) charity work, NGOs etc; “comms” and public relations types; ex-civil servants and teachers; lawyers; and/or those “blacks and browns” (etc).

The Labour Party MP-cadre is well out of touch with most of the British people (and so British voters).

Nothing startlingly new in what I have said above. Labour MPs themselves have identified their problem, but they are unable to do anything about it without committing political hara-kiri, or cancelling themselves.

As I have blogged before, if Scotland does go “independent”, which is looking ever more likely, then 59 MPs leave the Commons. Only one seat at present is Scottish Labour, but the importance is that, without the SNP MPs (presently 47), Labour would never be able to get a coalition or minority government together, on present showing. As for a majority in the Commons, almost impossible unless —to state the obvious— it were to win a general election victory on the scale of 1945 or 1997. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1945_United_Kingdom_general_election; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1997_United_Kingdom_general_election.

Never has that seemed less likely, unless you include the Michael Foot years.

It may be that a combination of public anger at the Boris-idiot government, together with the increasing numbers of black/brown voters, and also the antipathy of younger voters to the Conservative Party, will put Labour in a more favourable position, but that is a steep hill to climb.

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Well, I did much better than John Rentoul in this Saturday’s quiz: he scored 6/10 to my 8/10. I did not know the answers to questions 5 and 6 (and I only got questions 7 and 8 right via educated guesses; but they still count).

A figurehead only. “They” will be telling him what to do and what to say (when he is sufficiently compos mentis to say it).

A reminder of the passing tides of history.

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Diary Blog, 9 January 2021


A good example of the police-state madness now abroad. Also, a good example of the Twitterati-twit in action.

I have had occasion to blog in passing about that tweeter, “@drjanaway”, on a previous occasion. NHS psychiatric medic. Even less pleasant than “Dr. Dim”, whom I mention here: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/07/18/theyre-coming-to-take-me-away-ha-ha/

Some of these types would be more at home in the old DDR (East Germany). “Obey the Government rules or else”…

I notice that Dr. Janaway has well over 40,000 Twitter “followers”. There again, demented creature Louise Mensch has 289,000! Some pop groups have millions.

More and more people are waking up to the political irrelevance of Twitter, though it has its uses; and see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/08/16/twittering-to-the-birds/

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John Rentoul may have to accept that his general knowledge is nowhere near as good as his specialized political knowledge. At least he is honest enough to publish his generally poor results.

I have beaten Rentoul almost every week for months, since I started to follow his Saturday quiz attempts from the i newspaper. We have tied once, or maybe twice. I think that he beat my score once, a week or two ago.

This week, Rentoul scored poorly again, 3/10. My score was 5/10. I failed on questions 4, 6, 7, 9 and 10.

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So speaketh the “liberal” Twitter-twits…I was unsure who this is; had to look him up [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Haig]. An odd person who seems to think that, in our contemporary world, you have free speech even though every single online or offline platform may be denied you. I suppose that the idiot means that you can go outside and shout in the street (until Matt Haig or some similar twit complains).

Another “liberal” friend of censorship and the police state, who wants to ban “dangerous” people from communicating dissenting views.

I agree with Griffin on the encroaching police state, but setting up alternative online platforms etc can only be a partial answer. Boots on the ground…

Ah, if only those with public profile, such as Peter Hitchens, had defended my free speech rights, and other rights, when the msm publicized my 2016 disbarment; I was disbarred for having tweeted five tweets on general aspects of society, particularly the Jew-Zionist backstairs influence everywhere, by which I mean legal milieu, politics, msm etc. But no…Hitchens said not a word.

Hitchens also failed to speak up for Alison Chabloz, prosecuted by Jew-Zionists and then CPS for having posted online her songs mocking “holocaust” fakes and hoaxes. She is still being both persecuted abd prosecuted.

Meanwhile, Jo Brand can, with impunity, incite violence against Nigel Farage and others, and a tidal wave of filth and violent incitement comes from Jewish “comedians”, many paid millions by the BBC and other msm outlets.

Something must be done.

Ha ha! (see below)

As in “blacks burn down city in peaceful protest“…

Well, I’m waiting…

For years, decades, I have heard Americans yapping about their “right to bear arms” etc, but the main thing about all those privately-held arms seems to be to show them off at gun shows.

Well, leaving Trump aside (he’s a waste of space anyway, as I have always said), here you are, America, up against it. What are you going to do about it?

…and —guess what?— it’s a (((Cohen)))…

That must be right. God’s sakes, even someone as basically amiable as me, placed by Fate in such a role, would be more dictatorial than Trump has been!

Cultural purge now! While we still have white European culture left…

Exactly. I started to understand that in the 1970s, and fully understood it by the early 1980s.

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Even a social-nationalist (?) tweeter gets it wrong! Romanian passports, yes. Romanian, no. Gypsies from Romania. How hard can it be?! The face is the real passport!

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The whole of the UK is facing a form of police state tyranny now. It was a “toytown” police state, but is now changing form and becoming a real police state, with the convenient “virus” panic as a cover.

Catch-22. Either the quasi-monopolies of the online space act like autocrats and arbitarily (meaning, usually, at the instigation of the Jewish lobby) chuck people off their platforms, or the State “regulates” those platforms, resulting in the very same dissidents being censored or removed. No difference; same result.

In fact, while we are talking about online platforms (and the msm)…

…and replace “terrorism” with “Coronavirus“…

The UK death toll supposedly “from” “the virus” (i.e. with the virus, and other conditions in almost all cases) is about 78,000 now, in the past year. About one out of every 900 people in the UK.

This is not a game, but war. So far, only one side (the System side, mainly via the Jewish lobby and its “antifa” dupes, and also —in the UK— via the police and CPS) is really playing.

Tweeting, blogging, posting ideas, may be all good, but they do not win this kind of war, whether in the USA, UK, Germany, wherever.

If the above is true, then it sounds quite hopeful…

A lot of things are happening all at once now. Well-known and even famous people being censored or expelled from Twitter etc, platforms such as Parler subject to concerted attack, the UK Government now seriously trying to institute a real police state both online and in the streets. Just a few examples. If it can happen to the President of the United States, what chance has the average Joe got?

This is all part of the Great Reset and Great Replacement. The latest stage of the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.

2022 is fast approaching. An even more significant year than 1989, the previous one in the 33-year Zeitgeist cycle. The secret and/or secretive Western cabals are preparing to seize the world agenda as they did in and around 1989, but in a different way. That is why they either created “Covid-19”, or used its existence as a way of clamping down on free speech (as well as on street demonstrations, travel etc).

This blog

I am trying to get this important information out to as many people as I can before the System, possibly using the Jewish lobby or part of it, prevents me from being able to post the truth. There is that danger.

True, my blog only reaches a relatively small number of people (I do not believe that I have ever had 1,000 hits in a single day, and the norm is less than half of that number), but not many other bloggers (if any) are posting some of the stuff I write. I —and my blog— are certainly targets.

Readers of this blog can help by sending my articles and diary pages to others, or linking to this blog in whatever those readers themselves write.

Talking about this blog and its readership numbers, I started writing this blog in late 2016, so have now had 4 full years of operation. 2020 was by far the best year in terms of numbers of visitors and numbers of hits.

The number of both visitors and hits in 2020 was more than double the number of visitors and hits in 2019.

In 2020, the number of hits was 8-9 times the numbers achieved in both 2017 and 2018 (which years resulted in similar numbers of hits).

As for the number of visitors, the number in 2020, while over double that of 2019, was around 6 times that of both 2017 and 2018.

Diary Blog, 31 December 2020


Just heard a story from someone; secondhand but thought reliable.

A lady in her nineties, in hospital for various matters, has apparently just been tested for “the virus” in hospital (where she had already been staying for about a month), and the test was positive.

The said person has no symptoms of “the virus” at all, but has now been put into an even more isolated ward than the one in which she had stayed for weeks. All the nurses and doctors, and I think the patients, wear masks pretty much constantly. I presume that hands are washed frequently.

The above seems to establish, at least on the balance of probabilities, that facemasks are pretty much irrelevant in terms of protection from “the virus”. Also, that the best way to get this virus is to be admitted to an NHS hospital…

Incidentally, I happened to see the comment below somewhere:

I have no idea whether that is arrant nonsense or not. It would seem to fit in with the “Great Reset”, though.

UK decadence

Two couples walk hand in hand as they make their way to a bar in central Liverpool ahead of the Tier 3 restrictions coming into force at midnight
[white women with blacks, Liverpool, 30 December 2020…]

Some aspects of contemporary Britain’s social life must be eradicated.

Ha ha!


Tweets seen


Belatedly, I did the quiz from last Saturday and, after the previous week’s defeat, am now again ahead of John Rentoul, who scored 5/10 this time. I myself managed 6/10. I failed on questions 7, 8, 9 and 10.

Interesting msm report from Germany

In 2008, just as Lehman Brothers imploded and the world descended into the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression, Franco A. joined the army. He was 19.

In no time, he was selected as one of only a handful of German officer cadets to attend the prestigious Saint-Cyr military academy in France, founded in 1802 by Napoleon.

His five years abroad included semesters at Sciences Po in Paris and King’s College London as well as at Sandhurst, one of the British Army’s premier officer training schools, and a summer session at the University of Cambridge.

In 2013, he wrote a master’s thesis, “Political Change and Strategy of Subversion.”

Over 169 pages, Franco A. argued that the downfall of great civilizations had always been immigration and the dilution of racial purity brought about by subversive minorities. Europe and the West were next in line if they did not defend themselves, he said.

Ethnically diverse societies were unstable, he wrote, and nations that allow migration were committing a form of “genocide.”

His final section posits that the Old Testament was the foundation of all subversion, a blueprint for Jews to gain global dominance. It might be, he said, “the biggest conspiracy in the history of humanity.”

Franco A. himself began stockpiling a “prepper” cellar with food rations and other supplies. He also began obtaining guns and ammunition illegally, prosecutors say.” [New York Times]

Europ erwache!

Tweets seen

Exactly. Look at the story at the head of today’s blog: an old lady, aged somewhere around 94 years old, now a statistic— a “new Covid-19 case”, because she has tested positive after a routine hospital check. In reality, that old lady has no symptoms at all, though she has lived, I am told, with several other serious medical conditions, and for some years.

That person is now part of the panicdemic narrative and will probably show up very soon in the official statistics, as part of the “second wave”, but what has changed, in reality? Nothing.

The “@amy_amorie” account is one of the best on Twitter.

The Razor’s Edge, a superb film, based on a Somerset Maugham story, and released in 1946 (there was a later, very poor, remake). A box-office flop, but an artistic triumph. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Razor%27s_Edge_(1946_film)

A ghost story for New Year’s Eve

[M.R. James, A Warning to the Curious]

Afternoon music

Late music

Happy New Year

Diary Blog, 28 November 2020, including ideas around political sclerosis

Philip Green

The day starts with the BBC Radio 4 news report, which says that the billionaire Jew merchant, Philip Green, “has been urged to use his family money to help the employees” of the Arcadia Group which Green and his family looted in recent years! It’s too late or too early for April Fool jokes.

The sclerosis of UK politics

It is surely clear that the poliical system in the UK is sclerotic. The needs of the people are not addressed by it; neither are the wishes of the voters, who have a pathetic non-choice. More below.

Labour, coalition ideas, Clive Lewis (and “Femi Sorry”)

I have blogged, en passant, in the past about “Femi Sorry” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Femi_Oluwole], a UK-born Nigerian whose parents are both NHS medics.

Family income presumably in the hundreds of thousands. Educated at a fee-paying school. Supposedly worked at several (unnamed) NGOs for about 3 years in toto (mostly, if not entirely, paid or unpaid internships, the latter something only the offspring of the affluent can do).

In fact, while his Wikipedia entry claims that he “left his job to campaign against Brexit, moving back into his parents’ loft“, the “job” was yet another internship (in Vienna), and he was only in the “job” for about 8-9 months: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/lets-take-back-control-of-our-futures-young-campaigner-femi-oluwoles-plan-to-overturn-brexit-a3768721.html?fallback=true

“Femi” and a few other young people are said to have started a pro-EU anti-Brexit campaign group, Our Future Our Choice [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Future_Our_Choice], which has no website, but still has a Twitter account [https://twitter.com/OFOCbrexit] which has however posted only twice since 2019.

So did “Our Future Our Choice”, this little campaign group run by a few young people, operate out of that Solihull attic, or from a tiny office in some poor part of Birmingham or London? Well, no. It had an office in Millbank Tower [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millbank_Tower], one of the most expensive office addresses in London. “Labour ran its 1997 General Election campaign from these offices; after the election, the party vacated its headquarters at John Smith HouseWalworth Road SE17, to move to Millbank. Five years later, however, the £1 million per annum rent forced the party to vacate the tower.” [Wikipedia]

Rent of a million a year? Well...”The United Nations also had offices in the tower, but moved out in June 2003, also citing high rents.” [Wikipedia].

Millbank Tower, Westminster, London, 24Apr04.jpg
[Millbank Tower]

Yet “Our Future Our Choice” had an office there. So who paid? The EU, via a couple of cut-outs.

Incidentally, “The tower has been owned by David and Simon Reuben since 2002” [Wikipedia].

Well, “Our Future Our Choice” is now defunct, but “Femi” has tried to use his publicity from 2019 to fuel a political and msm career for himself. I recall seeing him once recently on the late-night Sky News talking shop (the name of which escapes me). None other than Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair’s old spinmeister, has commended him by tweet.

Femi’s msm career has hardly rocketed, but he is seen or heard occasionally on radio or TV. I suppose that he scrapes a easy modest living out of it. Hard to say. He seems to want to become an MP, but I doubt that that will work out, even in today’s risibly-poor political milieu.

An example of the “Great Replacement”?

Below, an example of the pathetically-poor thinking skills of “Femi Sorry”…

Is there anything in the idea of a coalition of “anti-Tory” parties? Well, I blogged in the past about how Labour’s only hope in 2019 would have been to get a plurality of MPs at the General Election, and then to have cobbled together a coalition with the SNP and others.

Never happened, because Nigel Farage stabbed his own Brexit Party in the back and betrayed his own candidates, standing them down so that the Conservative Party had a free run in almost all constituencies. That alone gave the Conservative Party its present 80-seat majority. In return, we see Farage still given credence by the msm (he even has his own radio show). He may also have received a multi-million bung offshore (though I concede that I have no evidence of that, just a strong suspicion).

If the Labour Party were able to treat with the SNP at the next General Election, then what? What would the SNP want? Nothing less than a binding Independence referendum, or even a pledge of Independence outright.

If Scotland became “independent”, though, the Labour Party at Westminster would lose, on present showing, its only Scottish Labour MP, and also the support of 47 SNP MPs, as well as that of the 4 Scottish LibDem MPs.

That would leave the speculated grand “anti-Tory” coalition with 226 Labour and Labour Co-op MPs, 7 LibDems, 3 Plaid Cymru, 2 Northern Irish SDLP, 1 Northern Irish Alliance MP, and Caroline Lucas, the “solitary Green”. 240 MPs altogether, even with all of those parties on board.

As against that, again on present showing, the Conservative Party would have 358 MPs (the present complement of 364 minus the 6 Scottish Conservatives).

Result? A Conservative Party majority of 118.

It can be seen that the “anti-Tory” grand coalition mooted is a house built on sand.

The political system is sclerotic. The public in England itself has a “choice” between “two main parties” which are now (Corbyn having been booted out) again very similar. We see that vis a vis the “panicdemic”. The official Opposition is not only not opposing, but actually saving the Government’s bacon, as seems likely next week, in the “Coronavirus” debate. The only real opposition, as I predicted, is now coming from Conservative Party MPs.

Proportional Representation is necessary in the UK, but unlikely at present. Even that, though, will not save Labour. Once FPTP is gone, the System parties lose a degree of “credibility” that they now have over upstart parties.

More tweets seen

…and then, just as the people were in despair at ever escaping from “the virus” (i.e. from government “measures”, “rules” etc), there appeared a white knight on the horizon— the vaccine(s). Moreover, vaccines developed in a fraction of the usual time. Am I wrong in being just a little suspicious? It just has something of the “Kool Aid” time about it…[in fact, the lethal drink at Jonestown was a different but similar soft drink, Flavor Aid: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonestown].

Not that I believe that the vaccines are actually going to kill everyone. Certainly not in the short term. There may, however, be unexpected aspects which will only become known to people generally in the future.

Re. that tweeter, Jack Buckby (above), I had only vaguely heard the name. He has recently penned this, which I have not yet read but might be worth reading: https://fcpp.org/wp-content/uploads/FC-PS232_ExtremistOpp_SP2820_F3.pdf. This is what Wikipedia says about him: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Buckby.

My very provisional assessment of this Buckby is that he seems to be being funded by a North American “think tank”, possibly “libertarian”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frontier_Centre_for_Public_Policy. He is now “anti-racist”, which for me is a negative, looking at the world today. I have to say, also, that anyone who thought that Anne Marie Waters had anything interesting to offer politically, must be lacking in judgment.

More tweets seen

A particularly heartbreaking and heartless example of the “virus” madness that has swept the country for most of 2020.

The “British” Government has largely abandoned “lawful, peaceful means”, so why should we be restricted to them??

Once again, I did better than John Rentoul. He got 3/10 in this week’s (harder than usual?) quiz. My score was 5/10, or 4/10 if my answer to question 8 was insufficiently precise. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 2, 6, 7, 9.


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Late tweets seen

Unemployed “antifa” cheerleader, and perennial grifter, Mike Stuchbery, now resident in Stuttgart, vicariously threatens young people in the UK with persecution for their political views. Whatever did happen to the nearly £12,000 that he and “Roanna @antifashwitch” raised from 700 mugs via GoFundMe so that, supposedly, Stuchbery could sue Tommy Robinson?

A year or so on, and nothing has happened.

I only know what I see online about it all, but think that the police fraud people ought to take a look at all that. I am not convinced that Stuchbery and “Roanna @antifashwitch” ever intended to use the monies to fund a legal action.


I agree with Nick Griffin. It is usually pointless to threaten…

MPs who lose their seats at Westminster are usually found well-paid berths elsewhere, especially if the MPs in question are tied up with the Jewish lobby. Mere loss of a seat is inadequate.

I am not so sure that Boris-idiot ever worries (or cares) about whether he is in the right.

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Diary Blog, 22 November 2020


I see the present situation in the UK, and in the world generally, as akin to those filmed images of the South Asian tsunami of years ago: people sunbathing or paddling in the ocean, many unaware of the enormous wave forming not far out to sea; a few starting to become aware of the danger but unable to do anything about it in the time available, even to the extent of fleeing.

We are approaching 2022, the most significant year since 1989. The international consensus/conspiracy has had to step up some aspects of its propaganda to frenetic levels: the whole “blacks in every television ad” stuff, the attack on every positive aspect of European history and culture, the “Covid-19” fear propaganda, the sharply-increasing censorship of Internet expression. It’s all connected on some level.

For me, the most significant fact in the UK itself is the absence of any social-national party or movement of any size or credibility. Anything that shows vitality and possibility is being repressed, whether the organization is a radical action-oriented one of young people, or one emphasizing community activity; the same would be true of a political party, if one with any credibility were to exist.

What is remarkable is that we are not seeing State repression alone, meaning police, prosecutions, prison sentences. A new aspect has come ito play— repression of political organizations (and also of individuals) by private enterprises such as banks, wire-pay companies, Internet service providers and platforms.

Thus we see that individuals, whether unconnected with organizations, or who are connected, are expelled from Twitter etc. David Icke, Katie Hopkins, many others (including me).

Those who are the “useful idiots” of the System, of ZOG/NWO, are not expelled… the pseudo-socialists, the “anti-fascists”, the “alt-Right” weasellers such as “Prison Planet” Watson.

Look at “Patriotic Alternative”: Mark Collett not only expelled from Twitter, but refused service by his bank! Collett’s colleague, Laura Towler, is so far still on Twitter, but she too has had her personal bank account withdrawn!

As we have seen across the board, private enterprises now collaborate with State agencies to repress dissent.

Tweets seen


Well, I did better, yet again, than John Rentoul, if I may be so immodest. 7/10 as against his 5/10. I did not know the answers to questions 5, 6 and 9.

The idea that the BBC puts out, that the nation (if there is still a “nation”) sits waiting agog for Question Time, is ludicrous. The old 1940s radio Brains Trust, reimagined for TV. It lost any reputation for impartiality when it participated in the ambush of Nick Griffin and the BNP in 2009.

Now that David Dimbleby has gone, and his seat taken by smug and hugely overpaid Fiona Bruce, it is unwatchable. The panel members are usually dull and predictable, the audience “selected”…

I admit that what I have said is based on having seen QT last quite a while ago, but from what I hear it just gets worse. It’s a 1950s or 1960s show in the 21stC Internet age.

Below: re.the facemask nonsense:

Quite. Both Hitchens and tweeter “@simsy1977” are right. The twist today, though, is that the dictatorships of the fairly recent past were more obvious: lots of uniforms, often inhumanly efficient, the State with a monopoly on repression. As I noted above in today’s blog, there are new additions to that mix: the collaboration of large finance-capitalist enterprises, actively involved in suppressing free speech etc. Something else too: the miasma of “political correctness”, a sub-Stalinism operating in schools, universities, local councils, the police force(s), everywhere.

What does Green mean anyway? It doesn’t mean you love the planet. It means you love a slogan.

I have always been a defender of our natural heritage. I feel almost physical pain at the sight and sound of a tree being cut down. I mourned the destruction of the railways and the tyranny of the motor car which resulted. I have for 40 years endured the mockery of colleagues and the spite of drivers for riding a bicycle, alas for me in a Right-wing way. I paid over the odds to travel abroad by train rather than plane, long before Greta Thunberg was even born.

But none of this counts in my favour. Because the new Green Frenzy is a faith-based dogma, not a set of considered opinions.

As Labour leader Keir Starmer discovered in his Trotskyist 20s, a moralising, self-righteous alleged concern for the planet is the new Marxism.

It’s not a moral system. It is organised hypocrisy in which you show you are good by saying the right thing. Actions don’t matter. It’s your mind they care about.

If you’re a Hollywood star, you can fly first class and ride in a petrol-gulping car just so long as you swear allegiance to the Cult of Greta. But you may be sure that others will suffer for it, whether they like it or not.

The wild plans embraced by Johnson last week will cost billions in subsidies, and so in taxes. They will endanger the power supply. They will also mean more children slaving for small change in the hellish mines of the Congo, to find the raw materials for the batteries on which this noble project relies.

Life, you may be sure, will be poorer, darker, colder and generally glummer, again, quite a bit like East Germany.” [Peter Hitchens, in The Mail on Sunday].

Well worth reading. https://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk/2020/11/vote-blue-get-green-vote-red-get-green-vote-yellow-get-green-vote-snp-get-green-i-wonder-why-they-bother-even-having.html

I have blogged previously about the connection between genuine environmentalism and social-national political stances: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2016/11/17/social-nationalism-and-green-politics/.

More, below, about the facemask nonsense.

Proof that the mask zealots can’t have it both ways 

Can a Covid virus move only one way through a mask? Or can it go both in and out? Because if it can go both ways, we now know that all this mask-wearing is an almost complete waste of time.

Barely noticed in any major media, a serious Danish trial of the effectiveness of masks finally reported its findings on Wednesday. Three major scientific journals (shame on them) had refused to publish it – one can only guess why.

The Danes did it properly. They recruited almost 5,000 people. Half wore masks, of rather better quality than the sort mainly worn in Britain. Half didn’t. All lived normal lives. They kept it up for a month. At the end, 1.8 per cent of mask wearers tested positive, and 2.1 per cent of the unmasked tested positive for Covid. In other words, there was almost no difference.

Everyone’s been very careful to say it didn’t measure whether wearing a mask protected others. Not directly. But I’d say that, unless masks and viruses are both one-directional, the answer is pretty clear. Yet with this kind of thin evidence for masks, our Government still threatens non-wearers with tyrannical, ruinous fines of up to £6,400.” [Peter Hitchens, in The Mail on Sunday]. https://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk/2020/11/vote-blue-get-green-vote-red-get-green-vote-yellow-get-green-vote-snp-get-green-i-wonder-why-they-bother-even-having.html

More tweets seen

Below, someone who needs “a guide for the perplexed”…

Tweeter “Socialist Chris” might like to consider the following: maybe the “racists” and “cranks” (i.e. those aware of the “JQ”) have been proven right…

It would not matter what “they”, the Zionists, are given, or how much “they” are pandered to, nothing but complete Zionist tyranny is acceptable to “them”.

Dear Amazon, please send, by expedited delivery, a copy of GULAG Archipelago to tweeter “@shumeigore”.”

Actually, that tweeter’s Twitter timeline is like a perusal of Collet’s London Bookshop, Charing Cross Road, circa 1976! She even publicizes a talk given by Peter Taaffe! I thought (assumed) that he had died long ago! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Taaffe

More tweets

Applebaum’s “mitigation” or attempted justification for Jewish (Zionist) terrorism is exactly the same as that the IRA used to deploy in the UK of the 1970s, 1980s etc: “we gave a warning…”

When Jews have full power, such brutality is to be expected. Look at what the Bolsheviks (the leaders of which were almost all Jews, in the 1920s and early 1930s) did in Russia and Ukraine (etc).

“ZOG”. It is not a “conspiracy theory”. It is right in front of your eyes.

Late music

Diary Blog, 30 October 2020

Propaganda news and the migration-invasion

Remember how the msm went mad, a few days ago, about the exciting assault by Special Boat Service [SBS] commandos dropping onto the deck of the tanker off the Isle of Wight and taking prisoner the “pirate” stowaways who had intimidated the captain and almost taken control of his ship?

I remember it too. Plastered all over Sky News, BBC News etc. Sadly, it was another propaganda exercise. Oh, there was a ship all right, and there were about 9 Nigerian stowaways, who seem to have tried to take over the ship, frightening the captain and crew. There was also that brave assault by the SBS, in which its personnel “fast-roped” from helicopters straight down onto the deck of the tanker, and then took back the ship in a matter of minutes (Sky and BBC said 9 minutes; some reports said 7). All true.

Sadly, and it is no reflection on the SBS, its men and their operation, but that was all part of the imperial hypocrisy. It was used by the Government and msm to say to the public, “look at that! We are really tough on piracy and illegal immigration! Detained by the tough guys from the SBS! That will show them!”

Not really. Look at that tweet from Hampshire Police, above, and the linked report:

Seven men have been bailed for their part in the maritime security incident that took place on board the Nave Andromeda off the coast of the Isle of Wight on Sunday 25 October.

The seven arrested men, who are all Nigerian nationals, have subsequently been bailed in relation to the criminal investigation whilst investigators continue their enquiries, but will now remain detained under Border Force powers.” [Hampshire Police]. https://www.hampshire.police.uk/news/hampshire/news/news/2020/october/seven-men-bailed-following-maritime-security-incident-off-the-isle-of-wight/.

In other words, the invaders (the 7 noted, maybe a few others) have now all been released into the custody of the toytown Border Force. “Custody” implies (falsely) actual incarceration. No.

No illegal immigrants at all are presently being actually “detained”, in any real sense, in the UK; they are all in fact being put into hotels mothballed by reason of the crazy “Coronavirus” “measures” (effective shutdown). They are given shelter, food, clothing if necessary, and pocket-money of maybe £50 a week. Maybe more. Many homeless British people would find that acceptable, but are not given the option.

The immigration detention centres are all shut (indefinitely) supposedly because of the inflated “threat” by “the virus”.

Did the SBS really win at sea the other day? No. Not their fault, but the Nigerian migrant-invaders won. They have got what they wanted: they are in the UK, free to walk around, sheltered, fed, clothed, and even given money with which to buy celebratory drinks.

Incidentally, the msm was going mad about a family of Kurdish migrants that drowned off the coast of France. TV crews went to Dunquerque to interview their fellow migrant-invaders. They were portrayed as the unfortunate victims, the British people as oppressive for not wanting to be (further) invaded.

I heard on BBC World Service that that Kurdish family paid 24,000 Euros to smugglers to be brought to France and then given a boat (with outboard motor) with which to cross to the UK. They had sold all their possessions. All right, but I wonder how many British people in the UK could, even if they did sell all they had, raise over £20,000?

Those Kurds were not in any real sense “refugees”. They were economic migrants. In a sense, I do not “blame” them for wanting to come to Europe or the UK in particular; they obviously were trying to improve their lot. Fair enough, but we the British people are also entitled to say “No! This is our land“.

Tweets seen

Remember that Jewish-Zionist triumphalism in the years to come. A little bit of Israel… in the UK.

Keir Starmer “tell Margaret Hodge“? Ha ha! Starmer does not tell the Jews anything (except what they want to hear). They tell him!

Another sadly-deluded honest Labour member or supporter. Deluded because he obviously imagines that the Labour Party is worth saving. Why would he think that? Labour has promoted mass immigration. That alone disqualifies it. Now, Labour is again owned by the Jew-Zionist element or cabal. What about Labour entitles it to speak to or for the British people?

Really? I wonder why (((Kirsty Wark))) would have done that? It really is puzzling…

For once, perhaps surprisingly, I agree with half-Jew hypocrite Kamm. For my own reasons, though. I hope that the new “doormat” Labour leadership follows Kamm’s advice or injunction. Then Labour can fall to pieces, the result being that a real social-national movement can arise.

Britain’s toytown police in the “lockdown” (shutdown)

Instances of police officers deploying force on members of the public were higher at the peak of lockdown than in the previous three months despite crime rates falling significantly, it can be revealed.” [The Guardian] https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/oct/29/police-used-more-force-in-lockdown-despite-lower-rates

News you can use


Blackballed in our “free” country

If anyone seriously thinks that we live in some kind of “free and fair” country, read this biography… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Barnbrook

A few more tweets seen

Keir Starmer Labour is just not breaking through to the voters. Unsurprisingly.

As I myself blogged at or around the time…

Sweden, that had and has no “lockdown”, no facemask nonsense, no legally-enforced “social distancing”, no closure of shops, schools or even bars…

This (below) made me laugh!

Gandhi, a supposed “idealist”, whose activities led to the deaths of millions, not only by reason of the Partition of 1947 but also by reason of the poverty that was created or maintained by backward economic policies for decades after Gandhi’s own death.

Mandela, a semi-trained African lawyer, as thick as two short planks. A would-be terrorist who was imprisoned for his part in a conspiracy to form a terrorist “army” and to create a race war in South Africa in the 1960s. Mandela, who was incapable of running a state, and who left behind a country sliding slowly to chaos and civil war.

Nice “political heroes”


A useful rewilding resource: https://www.rewildingbritain.org.uk/