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Diary Blog, 25 September 2021

“Scientific” abuse of animals

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/trolleys-dead-farmed-dogs-wheeled-25048816

The Third Reich banned such experiments in 1933. Nearly a century later, the Reich remains the only state to have legally forbidden such abuse. See also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2016/11/17/social-nationalism-and-green-politics/.

[“Even the animals vote for National Socialism!“]

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Ask Sarkar now wants the so-called “moronic masses” to be made even more moronic by drug abuse. This is the pseudo-socialist, self-describing “Left” today…

As for drugs having not affected Gove, Boris-idiot and other Conservative Party (and Labour Party) drones, just look at them! Total fuck-ups in terms of ability to do any job.

There are two basic aspects to the discussion over the Universal Credit cut: firstly, the compassionate or charitable aspect, i.e. monies provided to those in need because they are in need; if you like, the “Christian” or “spiritual” motivation. Then there is the other, more practical reason to redistribute some money via benefits, which is that of economic stimulation, because relatively poor people have to spend most if not all of what income they receive.

Saturday quiz

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Well, a modest 5/10 this week, though enough to beat political journalist John Rentoul, who scored only 2/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 3, 5, 8, and 10.

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The Soviet system that “antifascists” (and/or the Jew-Zionist element), even today, think was better than National Socialist Germany…

Wolves on the border of Poland and Belarus, in the protected forest improved in the 1930s under Goering’s patronage, at a time when most of that area was still part of Germany.

Just the way “they” like it, meaning (((them)))…

When Jews have power over non-Jews…

Diary Blog, 23 September 2021

Even a stopped clock is right once (or twice) daily

Depending on whether it is a standard clock or a 24-hour clock.

This seems to be a day in which I shall feature several people for whom I have rather little time usually. Still, why not, if I agree with them on specific issues or points?

I kick off with Ash Sarkar of Novara Media:

My assessment of Ash Sarkar’s (and others’) views more generally: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/01/disordered-and-infantile-people/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/18/some-thoughts-about-venezuela-socialism-and-developing-a-more-advanced-society/.

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Thus embedding Jewish-Zionist control of the Labour Party.

My assessment of Owen Jones can be found a few paragraphs below.

The “Luke Akehurst” there is a long-term Jewish-lobby and Israel-lobby asset in the Labour Party.

As I myself have frequently blogged, Labour now seems to stand for absolutely nothing except “we are not the Conservative Party” (though with 90% similar, where not exactly the same, policies). Tweedledum/tweedledee.

Energy delivery is a field where true competition does not exist and cannot exist. Other such industries would include most other utilities (such as water supply and effluent disposal), railways etc.

Again, I have little time for McDonnell, and I thought it funny that, after the 2019 General Election, he looked on TV, interviewed in his own garden, like a bemused pensioner who had been tipped out of his wheelchair. He had thought himself about to become Chancellor and, later, Prime Minister…

Still, he is right on one or two topics.

What is needed is not old-style socialism, but a revamped National Socialism, at least in part. The “anti-capitalist” tendency in the UK and across Europe could be turned to a pro-social nationalist one, given the right movement, leader, and events.

Jack Foster, a 33-year-old bank worker from Salford, shows how lived experience has fed this disillusionment with capitalism. After he dropped out of university and worked in a call centre – a “horrible job” – the financial crash shaped his political attitudes, as they did for much of his generation. But housing loomed particularly large. “I was renting, thinking: ‘How will I ever be able to afford a house?’” he says. “My mum was a cleaner, my dad was disabled, and the people I knew who could afford a house got help off their parents. It wasn’t a case of having a job and saving up; you had to inherit money.”” [The Guardian].

“…rather than the “property-owning democracy” promised by Thatcherism, Britain looks more like a landlords’ paradise. By 2017, 40% of the homes flogged off [since 1980] under right to buy were owned by private landlords charging twice the rent of council properties. Indeed, in the space of two decades, the odds of a young adult on a middle income owning a home more than halved. These young people have been called generation rent, with about half of the under-35s in England renting in a private sector often defined by extortionate rents and insecurity.” [The Guardian].

Note: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_to_Buy

Rents in England take up approaching half of a tenants’ take-home pay, and an astonishing 74.8% in London, up one-third since the century began. And if millennials bet the house, so to speak, on a parental lifeboat, disappointment beckons: the typical inheritance age is between 55 and 64, and the median amount handed down is about £11,000, meaning half receive less.” [The Guardian].

As the economist James Meadway warned in a recent article, entitled Generation Left Might Not Be That Left After All, populist rightwing answers to their disenchantment might cut through. In France, many young people have swung to the far right; in the UK, few are members of trade unions, which historically help craft anti-capitalist attitudes; while some classically rightwing sentiments coexist with leftish attitudes among many young people.” [The Guardian].

There it is. We, as social-national vanguard thinkers and activists, can capture this field.

“…it is clear that young people see no rational incentive to back a system that seems to offer little other than insecurity and crisis.” [The Guardian].

Not that I have much respect or liking for Owen Jones, who took it upon himself, about 6 or 7 years ago, to tweet to pro-Jewish-Lobby MP John Woodcock (now “Lord Walney”), and who had replied to a tweet by me, that Woodcock should block me because “that guy’s a neo-Nazi” (Woodcock did block me on Twitter, at once!).

I penned an assessment of Jones, 2-3 years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/04/a-brief-word-about-owen-jones/.

Smug gravediggers of our way of life

“Cyclists spell ‘refugees welcome’ across south of England using GPS“: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-58651483

Final map showing 'refugees welcome' being spelled out by a GPS tracker
David Charles playing a bugle after arriving in Dover
[They seem to be proud of themselves…]

Truly, “the road to Hell is paved with good intentions“…

Cheerful morning music from an “empire” long passed into history

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Read that report. Manchester. Zoo. As for that judge, she is plainly unfit, despite her exculpa. I think that she is a Recorder (part-time judge), who was Called to the Bar in 2004, and appointed Recorder in 2016.

Looking at the wider questions, the defendants should not be in the UK at all, not in any part of Europe.

Would make a good headquarters.

This “world leaders wear masks when photographed sitting or meeting” scam is just part of the whole fraudulent operation. They don’t even bother to be consistent, because they do not fear the people. They think, “no-one is going to shoot us…we can just mess around, we can just laugh at the people we rule and are persecuting and forcing to do stupid things…nothing can happen to us.

Ukrainian bureaucracy

Interesting video by an American trying to get a Ukrainian driving licence. Apparently, every driver in Ukraine has to waste 3-4 days every 3 years doing this! Blood tests, psychiatric test, this test, that test…

I myself experienced some of that Soviet-leftover bureaucracy when I lived in Kazakhstan (1996-1997). Turned out that (in those days, probably not now) you had to get a prescription for vitamin C (even though the dose, in dark red liquid form, was a tenth of the strength of vitamin C that you can buy at any UK supermarket). Want to swim at a public pool? Then you needed a doctor to supply an approval letter! Problem with ear wax? Then you had to undergo a battery of tests and formfilling to have the treatment (a giant can of water poured into your ear).

In fact, impatient with bureaucratic bull, I managed to sidestep all of the above. My then girlfriend (who worked at the British Embassy) got me the vitamin C somehow; she also got me into the swimming pool without a medical certificate. As for the ear wax problem (I suddenly went almost deaf, in about a day, a problem never experienced previously or since), the wife of a friend, a Russian colonel, got me sorted out at a hospital without difficulty (or form-filling, or waiting).

Thank God I never wanted a driving licence (I had a driver).

When I was there, the Kazakhs loved rubber stamps. There was even a Bureau of Rubber Stamps, a title which would have delighted Kafka.

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Gaddafi might not have been a “good man” (which political leaders are, in that part of the world?) but he warned Europe of the consequences of having him deposed. It may be that he himself did not understand that Europe’s treasonous and treacherous political “elite” of evil wanted Europe to be flooded with blacks and browns.,.. Just google the “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan”…

Hitchens addresses “Bob from Brockley” as “Ben” because that pro-Israel Twitter account is run by a Jew “academic” of sorts called Ben Gidley (connected with both Birkbeck and Goldsmiths). Gidley has his real-name account too (@bengidley) as well as “@bobfrombrockley” and, I suspect, some others as well.

Gidley, sub nom “@inthesoupagain” used to troll my one-time Twitter account (closed down in 2018) daily, for years (!), until even Twitter’s generally quite pro-Jewish desk bods “suspended” (removed) that Twitter account. Then Gidley started yet another account, this time called “@antinazisunited”, which was a straight copy of “@inthesoupagain”. @antinazisunited is now frozen. I was often featured…

A nasty little pest, who is basically a pro-Israel and Jewish lobby propagandist posing as a “British” sort-of “socialist”.

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Diary Blog, 5 July 2021

The end to facemask nonsense?

Let us hope so, though now that government has arrogated to itself the power to enforce facemask-wearing, the “requirement” can be re-imposed almost at will in the future.

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If I recall aright, when I had a Twitter account (before a pack of Jews had me expelled in 2018), that idiotic and unpleasant woman blocked me too. after tweeting rudely and wrongly about me.

Exactly. Anna Soubry, once MP for some boring Midlands constituency (should have been “Plymouth and Angostura”!), is a hugely irritating, once hugely overrated nuisance, who is so pickled that she has little chance of being infected.

As to tweeter @SaraThornton1, whoever she is, the clue to her psychology is in that line “he knows I’m upset but couldn’t care less“, meaning “I am a social Stasi operative; I get angry and frustrated when someone does not obey my demand that he complies with what I want him to do…

In any case, it is now known (from a large-scale study in 2020) that someone would have to travel 11,000 times on railway journeys to be likely to contract the dreaded virus. Any risk (of contracting something (something which is harmless anyway to the vast majority) is minimal.

What strikes me is the politeness, not of tweeter @SaraThornton1 (who strikes me as the sort of rude presumptuous bitch who, in the First World War, would approach young men not in uniform and insult them while giving them white feathers), but of the train passenger that she harassed. Pity that she did not get a sharper and more direct rebuttal.

Regular readers will know that I regard the Labour Party as now having no real purpose, function, identity, or belief. A niche party for the blacks and browns (though the Muslims are now following the white English in jumping ship), and for some public service workers, Twitter twits etc. The marginal victory of Labour at the Batley and Spen by-election (procured by shameless dishonesty and —possibly—interference with the ballot papers), changes nothing. Labour is still doomed.

As those regular readers of my blog will also know, I have little time for the misnamed “Conservatives” either, but it occurs to me that if Boris-idiot were inclined to gamble on a general election now or soon, between now and mid-September would be a very good time to hold one. Labour would probably lose half its MPs.

The “optional” there, though, refers (I think) to the notice, not to the mask itself, so the tweeter is or may be mistaken to that extent.

When I saw the government scientist, Chris Whitty, accosted recently by protesters, I was uneasy, but now that I see that the bastard is still pushing the facemask nonsense, alongside the extreme-Communist woman, Michie, any sympathy that I might have felt has been…muted. Very muted. Bin these idiots. Their interference in Britain’s society and economy will probably never be totally remedied.

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The USA, as presently constituted, is not working for most of its citizens.

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A rather odd woman, who worked as an NHS doctor for only a few years, and who makes her pre-school-age children wear facemasks even when going for open-air walks. Cruel, in my opinion.

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Diary Blog, 3 July 2021

The noise around the recent Batley and Spen by-election has continued, with the msm doing its best to pretend that there is still a functioning two/three-party “democracy” now that “Labour is back”.

Fakery. Labour is not back. Kim Leadbeater, the monkey-on-a-stick “Labour” candidate, won the by-election mainly for local reasons and because most white English voters (white people being 75% to 80% of the electorate), did not vote.

Turnout was below 50%. Most of the Pakistani and other ethnic minority voters at Batley voted (based on previous evidence). That means that well under half the white English voters did not vote. Reason? Probably because there was no party with any credibility that spoke to them.

It seems that the Muslim vote was split between Galloway and its traditional home, Labour, with most going to Galloway. The white English vote was split mainly between Conservative and Labour.

The decision might easily have gone the other way. It did not, mainly, because the Conservatives did not want to mount a real attack, direct attack, on Kim Leadbeater. They should have done. She deserved it. She was a entirely fake or puppet candidate, who was only there because Labour broke its own rules to adopt her. Her links to various (and to my mind) subversive communitarian groups should have been exposed. Her evasion re. the persecuted Batley schoolteacher should have been attacked (but the Conservatives also failed to speak up for him).

In the end, the Conservative candidate was also a puppet, like so many. Had he had more courage, and more independence, he might have won. Now he is just a footnote.

Labour will inevitably bump along the bottom. It has now been abandoned by most white English voters. Now that Labour is very clearly controlled again by the Jewish Zionist element, not many Muslims will continue to vote Labour. As I have said before, that leaves Labour with a very niche electorate.

There is also the point that, with no election needing to be held before late 2024, Labour is little more than an irrelevant squeaking in a Commons with an 80-seat Conservative majority.

Beyond the above, there is the feeling that Labour has no idea at all about how to improve Britain. It scarcely if at all opposes the present government. Indeed, all it has is pathetic, not credible, “diversity” claptrap of the sort that Kim Leadbeater spouts.

Interesting podcast

https://www.ukcolumn.org/ukcolumn-news/uk-column-news-2nd-july-2021

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That person, Laura Pidcock, was once “tipped as a future leader of the Labour Party” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Pidcock]! She seems to be not-married to a non-European, possibly Ethiopian, and to have produced a child with him. She is on the National Executive Committee of the Labour Party. Seems pretty dimwitted.

Laura Pidcock was a local councillor, but lost her seat. She was also an MP for two years [2017-2019] but lost her seat. Labour, take note. Many more will follow in her anti-British, “anti-racist”, footsteps.

One could imagine a (presently non-existent) credible social-national party standing at somewhere like Batley and Spen, and getting, say, a third or so of mainly the white English vote, maybe 30% of the whole turnout. Under those circumstances, in a 4-horse race, such a party might have triumphed over Lab, Con, and Galloway…

My takeaway from Batley and Spen is that, looking at the past decade, white people are generally now not voting Labour, but are unsure as to where to go; also, that the Muslims are drifting from Labour, but are also unsure about where to go, and so voted in this case for Galloway.

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Well, this week, political journalist John Rentoul scored the same as me, 7/10. I suppose I should not expect to beat him every week. I did not know the answers to questions 2, 4, and 6.

I wonder whether Kim Leadbeater, the System candidate, really won that by-election at all…incidentally, that may also explain why there was no real Conservative Party campaign at Batley and Spen— to ensure that Labour won.

The System made much of the assassination of MP Jo Cox by a dissident in 2016. The later “canonization” was very useful to the System, providing much opportunity for “anti-Nazi”, “anti-racist”, anti-radical propaganda. It would have been embarrassing had the sister of the assassinated MP been offered to the local electorate as the new Labour/System MP— then rejected by them.

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The migration invasion continues. Meanwhile, the British people occupy themselves with the success of what is laughingly called the “England” football team, with the squabbles between the two thick princelings, the Royal Mulatta and “Kate”, with the Queen driving a LandRover at age 95, with the (ultimately fairly meaningless) “election” (was it even honest?) of Kim Leadbeater as MP, with the endless “panicdemic” nonsense, as seen through the prism of msm/System lies.

Remember Thalidomide? This, true, is something very different, but there may be other dangers. Or, thinking laterally, maybe the point is not the vaccine as vaccine, but the psychological control: governments across the world forcing citizens to be vaccinated. A conditioning mechanism.

What kind of unit is that?

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Despite the efforts of Lord Sumption, Peter Hitchen, many others including me, there are many many idiotic scared rabbits out there who, just because (arguably) the least honest Prime Minister, the least competent Cabinet, the least reliable scientific advisers in memory have told them to wear facemasks, are going to bloody carry on wearing them until given permission to stop! Even where the law does not even mandate the wearing of the “muzzles of compliance”.

Example: driving around in early evening a day or two ago, I saw a man aged maybe 55 or so, riding a bicycle while wearing a facemask! Why? The “law”, the absurd” rules”, the equally absurd “guidance” from misnamed “SAGE” “experts”, say nothing about wearing facemasks while cycling, so why was this idiot doing it? Some personal pathology? It cannot have been because he wanted to comply with law but mistook the law, because there is no law saying that you must wear one of these stupid masks while cycling. Also, he was riding on a pavement.

Now we have the same old voices, Whitty etc, trying to keep the facemask nonsense going after 19 July 2021, the latest supposed “Freedom Day”. There is a huge transnational conspiracy behind most of this.

Final late tweet

Termites.

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Diary Blog, 2 July 2021, including thoughts about Batley and Spen, and about the “panicdemic” as brainwashing

Batley and Spen by-election

The result: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batley_and_Spen_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s.

My feeling was that Labour would lose, and quite possibly come third. I was not correct. Labour won narrowly or, as they say on the racecourse, “by a neck, cleverly”.

Labour got a vote-share of 35.3%. The Conservative candidate got 34.4%. George Galloway, under the banner of the Workers’ Party, did better than many expected (21.9%); I got that right, at least.

All other candidates, 13 in number, lost their deposits: LibDems 3.3%; Yorkshire Party 2.2%; 10 of the other 11 received vote-shares below half of one percent each. UKIP, on 0.4%, just beat the Monster Raving Loony (0.3%).

The English Democrats, whose candidate, Therese Hirst, wrote to my blog comments page to request a mention on this blog, came 6th, with 0.55%.

The small and supposedly “nationalist” parties were, as expected, an embarrassment.

The For Britain party leader, Anne Marie Waters, got 0.3% (97 votes). Jayda Fransen did even worse, though (like Ms. Waters) on a par with her previous forays into doomed electioneering: 0.1% (50 votes). [nb. percentages approximate].

So where to start? Firstly, by noting that the Labour Party’s winning candidate, on 35.3%, not only did worse than any previous Labour candidate in the constituency but also worse than the winning Conservative Party candidate in the first election held for the seat, in 1983 (39.6%).

Leaving aside the rigged 2016 by-election, Labour has gone down steadily in the constituency since 2017: 55.5%, 42.7%, 35.3%.

This does not somehow “save Labour”. The present Government still has a Commons majority of 80, and could in theory be in place until December 2024. Labour still has very little likelihood of being able to form even a minority government after that time. If Scotland were to pull away from the UK, Labour would be in permanent and declining Opposition; even without that, Labour has no future as a party of government.

Other points: Labour and Kim Leadbeater ran a very dishonest campaign, even delivering contradictory leaflets to different streets (depending on the race/nationality of the inhabitants). She evaded the issue of the schoolteacher driven from his home and job by Islamist zealots, for example.

The new MP is already on BBC Radio 4 Today Programme yapping about “people living side by side“, diversity etc etc. Another puppet MP. Useless for the people who elected her.

As for Batley’s chances of getting central government assistance now, forget it. The locals must be a pretty stupid lot. They have elected a communitarian drone whose economic knowledge stops at spouting nonsense about “magic money trees”…

The Conservatives ran a lily-livered campaign, which seemed cunning but ultimately fell flat. The candidate deliberately shunned publicity (I thought, though I am judging from hundreds of miles away). The noise was all about Kim Leadbeater and George Galloway.

I thought that Galloway might get more than 20%, and I was right in that. 21.9%. He must be pleased with such a result.

As far as social nationalism is concerned, there was no social-national candidate, just absurd one-trick-pony candidates playing at politics. Anne Marie Waters and, even less credible, Jayda Fransen.

Labour continues to be the party of, mainly, the blacks and browns, publicly-paid employees and a few other groups. It is less than ever the party of (most of) the white English.

Other points? Well, the pathetic LibDem result was par for the course. Since the 2010 upsurge, the LibDems have lost their deposits in all Westminster elections contested by them at Batley and Spen.

Turnout, at 47.6%, was not especially low for a by-election.

About 73% of those who voted, voted for a System party. Over half of those eligible to vote abstained from voting. So about two-thirds of the entire eligible electorate either voted non-System, or decided not to vote at all.

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A tweet which shows not only how out of touch many Twitter-twits are (where has she been since 2010? Was she in outer space in 2019?), but how mutually-isolated are different socio-political “tribes” in the UK.

Good point. Until the seat is abolished, the Batley and Spen electorate will be represented at Parliament by a communitarian System drone with not an interesting or original thought in her head, dragging down £200,000 p.a. in pay and expenses, and accomplishing nothing, while the voters of Batley moulder in poverty and despair.

Political joke Paul Mason opines…in fact, he is right about the two “leaders” that he mentions in his tweet. Social nationalism in terms of electoral politics is scarcely even a bad joke; The two ladies together got only 147 votes at the Batley and Spen by-election, scarcely 0.3% of the total vote. One vote for about every 300 cast. Embarrassing.

Mason is not right about “terror networks” of what he would call, no doubt, “the far right”. They do not even exist, as far as I know anyway. Young men buying samurai swords, young women having swastika-shaped cookie-cutters, and people talking big in pubs, do not constitute a “terror threat”…

As for Mason’s “danger…online“, what he means is that people might be able to persuade other people to a certain viewpoint online. Mason hates free speech, so calls that a “danger”…

“John Smith” gives an accurate, if ungrammatical, riposte to sex pest communitarian grasper Brendan Cox, who thinks that it is worth trashing the UK if a few blacks become England-team footballers.

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The “panicdemic” is such an exercise in applied psychology that dictators, oppressive political regimes, and academic scribblers will probably be using its lessons for decades, and maybe for hundreds of years, rather like the 20thC Chinese techniques called (I believe) hsi nao, or “wash brain”, taken up by the West since the Korean War as “brainwashing”: see the 1963 book, Techniques of Persuasion, by J.A.C. Brown. I once had a copy, bought by me at my school book fair in, I think, 1971.

[the first paperback edition]

Such techniques were intriguing to film-makers, and have continued to be. Early examples would include The Manchurian Candidate and The Ipcress File.

Those films focussed on individual subjects, but there is of course “brainwashing” or, more accurately, “conditioning”, of whole masses of people, whether at schools (Eton might be a good example), or during Army training, to take two obvious situations.

Recent studies have concluded that, if people are exposed to fear propaganda for months, they lose the ability to resist it even if logical, rational and credible counter-messages are then delivered to them. Put simply, emotion trumps thought, usually.

Think back to the initial panic about “the virus”, in early Spring, 2020. TV news showing shuttered towns in Italy and elsewhere, the population only allowed to take walks alone or as couples, not interacting with others at all. Curfews. Harsh methods of enforcement (particularly in the part of China where the virus supposedly just appeared as if out of nowhere).

In the UK, we have seen how even the shambolic government regime presided over by Boris-idiot applied ever-stricter laws, “rules”, “guidance” etc (which the police enforced as if all had the force of law).

Police chiefs wanting to check people’s shopping to see whether the items had been “reasonable” purchases! That caused a kefuffle because the regime had tried to impose such repression too early, before the fear propaganda had fully taken hold.

Other examples included police vandalizing beauty spots in the Peak District lest people walk to them, other police (the hopeless police of Derbyshire were arguably the worst) using drones and loudhailers to bully elderly couples walking on the hills, miles from anywhere; in Wales, some farmer and his wife, hysterical (and again calling police) because two people from elsewhere were camping overnight on a nearby hill! “They might spread Covid!“, the pathetic idiots cried and whined (to the newspaper and TV reporters who were, unmolested, also there!).

Shops and other businesses were closed down for months, the employees’ anger largely forestalled or bought off by “furlough” payments. Result: the UK has spent £300 BILLION.

It is said “no matter, interest rates are almost zero”. In that case, why did the UK governments of the part-Jews David Cameron-Levita, Theresa May, and “Boris” Johnson apply so-called “austerity” for a decade, causing a huge amount of misery, in order to “save” far less than the sums now wasted for no good reason? Why was a huge investment in infrastructure not undertaken? Instead, vast amounts have been spent on paying the population to sit at home eating delivered pizza, watching TV, and drinking.

Then came the facemask nonsense. Large-scale trials which showed that facemasks (except the kind used in laboratories) were of minimal utility (and also caused other health problems) were ignored. The Government mandated facemasks (often little more than cloth muzzles or quasi-scarfs) in shops etc. Mandated them on pain of a heavy fine.

At first, up to mid-2020, both the UK Government and the World Health Organization [WHO] disparaged the use of facemasks, but later came under political pressure to change their advice, which is what happened.

The World Economic Forum [WEF] openly proclaimed how wonderful the “panicdemic” was as a driver to start a “Great Reset” of the world.

Well, now we are 18 months on, and the UK public, at least the majority, have shown themselves to be malleable pawns, without any regard for the freedoms won over centuries. One sees many wearing their facemasks even in their own cars, or while walking on windswept clifftops etc. Do they know that they have been brainwashed? Do they even care?

I think that it was the popular music group, Pink Floyd, in the early 1970s, maybe on Dark Side of the Moon, who had a track in which they sang that “…quiet desperation is the English way“. That might have to be changed, these days, to something like “spineless compliance, and apathy, is the English way”…

Meanwhile, we hear that 50,000 or 60,000 people have died in the UK “within 28 days of a positive test” (until recently, it was “from Covid”…), though (what a shock…) apparently no-one at all has died of flu for 18 months in the UK! Incidentally, if someone “tests positive” (often because the tests are flawed), even if having no symptoms, then weeks later dies in a car crash…yes, that’s right…that person “dies within 28 days of a positive test”!

The brainwashed nature of the population can be seen in the relative lack of anger or even questioning at the incongruity. Suddenly, instead of tens of thousands of deaths from influenza etc, there is substituted “deaths from Covid”, but most people are still, even now, obeying the so-called “laws”, “rules” etc. Even though their rational minds must know that this is a kind of scam on a vast scale.

Again, every day now we are seeing such as “today, 20,000 people tested positive”, followed by “and three people died within 28 days…(etc)”

In the UK, the msm has been totally compliant to the wishes of the State. In the msm and the “corridors of power”, only a few independent minds have stood up against the propaganda lies. Peter Hitchens [on Twitter as @clarkemicah] was one. Former Law Lord, Jonathan Sumption, was another. See https://twitter.com/SumptionUpdates.

About 1 out of 1,000 in the UK has died supposedly “of” or “with” or “within 28 days of a test”. Some people claim, speciously, 1 out of 500. Even so, this was never a nation-breaking pandemic. In the wider world, about 1 person has died out of every 4,000 people.

Inmates at the American concentration camp at Guantanamo were forced to wear facemasks nearly 20 years ago. To break them, not to save them from infection. Think about it.

[prisoners at the United States concentration camp, Guantanamo Bay, with female guard]
[muzzled prisoners at US concentration camp, Guantanamo Bay, forced by American concentration camp guards to kneel, heavily-clothed, in tropical heat; the true face of NWO/ZOG]

We are facing an attempt, starting in 2022, to implement a new stage of the New World Order conspiracy. Various campaigns are part of that: Covid-19 “measures”, “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, fake “environmental” measures, “anti-racism” campaigns etc.

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[colonnade at Karlovy Vary —former Carlsbad—, Czech Republic]

Disgusting Britain

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/jul/02/red-squirrels-and-pine-martens-could-lose-protection-in-uk-review-say-experts

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Diary Blog, 30 June 2021

Batley and Spen

I continue to update my blog post about the upcoming Batley and Spen by-election: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/. Polling day is tomorrow.

I saw this interesting video report by former Labour MP (expelled from the Labour Party by the Jewish-lobby cabal now in charge), Chris Williamson:

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Kim Leadbeater is a laughably-poor candidate even by today’s low standards.

Funny to see decorative BBC presenter Martine Croxall put in her place by Galloway. He made the point, inter alia, and which I had not remembered, that boundary changes will mean that the constituency will disappear for the next general election.

As for Ms. Croxall, despite the questions she asked in the interview, and that Galloway thought favoured the Labour Party, if she herself does not habitually vote Conservative, I’ll eat my hat.

The video describes Galloway as “Independent candidate”. Technically, not so. “Workers’ Party”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workers_Party_of_Britain.

Ha. Telling…

As a outsider who has never been to the area, I cannot see how electing a silly ignorant woman like Kim Leadbeater could do anything at all for the people of Batley and Spen. She is just a ventriloquist’s dummy yapping about “magic money trees” and “diversity”. She is not even a very good dummy. Dishonest, too.

Exactly. The reason is not “Starmer” (poor leader, and a Jewish-lobby puppet, though he is), still less “Corbyn”, but (as I have blogged repeatedly) because there is now no reason for the Labour Party to exist. What the English people need (but do not consciously know that they both need and want) is social nationalism in a credible and powerful form. It does not presently exist.

The small pseudo-nationalist parties standing at Batley and Spen are not what is required at all. In fact, in most respects, and leaving aside the pro-Islamist element, Galloway’s “Workers’ Party” is closer to credible/powerful social nationalism than is the Anne Marie Waters vehicle “For Britain”, or Jayda Fransen.

Part of the problem is that the Zionist-controlled msm label anything akin to social nationalism as “far right” and/or “neo-Nazi”, which are —more or less— meaningless labels. The public are frightened or offput by such propaganda, of course.

Note that only 2% would not vote Labour because of perceived “anti-Semitism”. 2%. Meaning that 98% of voters are not interested in the Jew-Zionist lobby’s whining. Corbyn did far better than Starmer as Labour leader, despite the basically Jewish-controlled or influenced msm running a 4-year hate campaign against him.

I would go further, and aver that people in the UK would vote for an openly “anti-Semitic” party if it were also anti-Islamist and if, also, its other policies, leadership, and organization were credible and powerful.

As for the by-election at Batley and Spen, even if Labour manages, which I doubt, to retain the seat, that would not change Labour’s long-term strategic decline.

Import backward populations and you import their politics and their social issues. Not just Pakistanis and similar nationalities. Look at the Jews too. Yes, they may send their offspring to Eton, and/or to Oxford or Cambridge…a small but strategically-placed special-interest group.

Reminder of what “New Labour” was…and much of Labour still is

A poster from a few years ago, but Yvette Cooper is still there, still an MP, still getting paid (more now, about £85,000, plus huge expenses); she also grabs more by being Chair of a Commons select sommittee; and her Bilderberg-attending husband, Ed Balls, also once an MP, is coining money in business. They own buy-to-let properties as well. Parasites.

This is what Labour is…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yvette_Cooper; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yvette_Cooper#Allegations_over_expenses; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_Balls#Controversies.

Oh, and she still supports importation of as many blacks and browns as possible, and has even said that British families should welcome the invaders into their homes (though she and Balls have three homes and numerous rental properties yet have not asked any migrant invaders to stay as their guests…).

Oh…nearly forgot: Yvette Cooper is yet another Labour Friends of Israel member, just like Keir Starmer, Rachel Reeves, Lisa Nandy etc…

Typical of what Labour now is…i.e. a pack of parasites and hypocrites.

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Starmer has said quite openly that he puts Israel first, before the people of the UK. He has said that he supports Zionism without qualification. Israel is a state founded on terrorism, deceit, ethnic cleansing etc. It is a rogue state. It buys or otherwise suborns politicians in countries such as France, the UK, USA etc.

Below, former Labour MP, Joan Ryan, hearing from Israeli intelligence official, Shai Masot, about how he has a one-million-pound slush fund from Israel, in order to buy British MPs:

Anyone, whether at Batley and Spen or elsewhere, thinking of voting Labour, should watch the above videos. True, the Conservative Party is equally infested. More widely, the UK as a whole is infested.

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I notice that the bookmakers have the Conservatives even more strongly odds-on than in previous days. About 2/9. Labour is a poor second, around 7/2. As for Galloway, about 14/1. Having said that, betting odds reflect national sentiment. In a discrete and quite small area such as the constituency in question, the contest may look very different.

It may be that I am wrong to think that the result will be Con, Galloway, Lab, in that order, but that is still my feeling.

I notice that social media is awash with tweets from the Labour support machine. Not necessarily relevant.

Do you still support “lockdown(s)”, and the rest of it (facemask nonsense and all)?

Even if (as now) there are tens of thousands of infections but no deaths? Madness.

Free speech news

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/anti-lockdown-protester-bbc-newsnight-nicholas-watt-b943170.html

London— zoo news

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/wembley-assault-man-suffers-partially-severed-ear-b942131.html; https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/love-island-georgia-steel-abalimba-thierry-henry-claire-b943411.html; https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/chelsea-rolex-fraud-louis-vuitton-louboutin-gucci-emmanuel-scotts-behnaz-khoram-scotts-b929196.html.

Batley news

“”If we can’t win white working class voters in Hartlepool and if we lose South Asian voters in Batley, this raises the question of where in the North can we ever win?“” [Labour Party official, from BBC] https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-57639970.

Put another way, if Labour cannot win Northern England seats, and has already abandoned Scotland, where can it win? Only in parts of London and Birmingham where there are large numbers of West Indians, public service workers, and Twitter twits?

Brighton cat killer convicted

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-57670855; https://www.brightonandhovenews.org/2021/06/30/cat-killer-steve-bouquet-arrested-after-failing-to-turn-up-for-trial/.

Last pre-Polling Day word about the Batley and Spen by-election

I do not much care who wins at Batley and Spen, so long as Kim Leadbeater, the Labour candidate, loses.

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Diary Blog, 18 June 2021

Chesham and Amersham by-election result

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesham_and_Amersham_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s

I called it wrong. My view, up to the morning of the by-election, was that the Conservative Party would hang on, though probably with a smallish majority. After all, even in the Labour landslide (perceived landslide, at least) of 1997, the Con vote in the constituency topped 50%, and the expenses-blodging of the Con MP made no difference at all in 2010 (60.4%).

Yesterday, during the day of the by-election, I saw from news and tweets that the LibDems were showing strongly, but I still did not think that, on balance, they could dislodge the Conservatives, who had held the seat with ease since its creation in 1974.

I was not alone in guessing at a likely successful Con defence. Here was the Chief Political Correspondent of the Financial Times, tweeting only yesterday afternoon…

…and that tweet was retweeted by Britain Elects [@BritainElects].

Now we know. The LibDem vote-share more than doubled to 56.7%. The Con vote slumped to 35.5% (from 55.4% in 2019).

The Green Party candidate managed third place, though losing her deposit; she scored 3.9%, poor compared to 2019’s 5.5%.

The Labour Party lost its deposit for the first time in the history of the constituency, scoring only 1.6% (compared to 12.9% in 2019). Only 622 votes, on a turnout of over 38,000.

Of the remaining four candidates, only Reform Party, the lame-duck successor to Brexit Party, scored above 1% (1.1%). Breakthrough Party 0.5%; Freedom Alliance 0.4% and, very much “tail-end Charlie”, Rejoin EU (0.3%). The last’s candidate, one-time Foreign Office man (and 1990s Con MEP) Brendan Donnelly, had made what must surely have been the least-convincing argument to the voters, i.e. that nothing could be done to help Chesham and Amersham people until the UK rejoined the EU!

My thoughts on the by-election, now that the results are known? First, of course, that this was the convergence of several factors such as, most importantly, the prevalence of tactical voting.

Former or otherwise Labour and Green voters seem to have taken the view that their preferred candidate was not going to win, and so they voted LibDem as the least-worse of the two main options.

Local factors (the usual LibDem strong suit) played a part: the trashing of the Green Belt by the present “Borshch Belt” government; the subservience of the “Conservative” government to the big housebuilding companies and their featureless tracts of expensive but unaesthetic housing; the continuing of the pointless and vandalistic HS2 rail project.

Turnout was low, about 52% (two-thirds of that of the 2019 General Election). Many former Conservative voters, perhaps angry at the HS2 situation, and/or the Con plans to build on the local Green Belt, seem to have stayed home.

My main interest in the by-election was to see how far Labour would slump. I correctly predicted from the start that Labour would lose its deposit, but I had envisaged a vote-share of just below 5%, not one well below 2%!

I suppose that Labour officials will be saying that Labour voters simply “lent their votes” to the LibDems, tactically. Some truth in that, of course, but for me the story is that Labour is very much on the way out now, and is perceived as a niche party rather than as an alternative government.

The Labour lost deposit in Chesham and Amersham will quicken interest in how Labour will do in the other by-election, at Batley and Spen, which is set down for 1 July 2021 (Thursday week). I have already blogged about that contest: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/.

The result at Chesham and Amersham certainly reinforces the view that Labour has nothing at all to offer most English people, and that most English people are alert to that fact.

I have blogged fairly prolifically about Labour’s loss of a role and a purpose in the post-1989 space. What is extraordinary is that Labour’s remaining supporters do not see what is in front of their eyes. For them, there are two main System parties, and Labour is one of them, and all they need to do is wait until the pendulum swings back their way.

In reality, Labour has lost Scotland forever, and any “Independence” (however defined) will mean that Labour would not even be able to form a UK coalition or minority government with SNP support. The 59 Scottish seats are vital.

The breakdown of the old Labour-voting industrial communities in the North and Midlands, and in Wales, leaves Labour like a spare guest at a festivity.

One could imagine that a charismatic Labour leader with real ideas might be able to reinvent Labour, perhaps along the lines of Blue Labour [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Labour], a kind of very watered-down “national socialism” in an English context.

There is no sign at present that Labour can do that. Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer is as dull as ditchwater, and has no interesting ideas at all politically or socially, like most barristers. Corbyn got halfway there, despite being not too intelligent and being almost uneducated.

Corbyn was too weak on the Jewish Question or “JQ”, while Starmer is just a complete puppet. Both also subscribe to the pathetic “Black Lives Matter” nonsense. Starmer was photographed on his knee, with Angela Rayner, displaying fealty to the nonsense. At least Boris-idiot has not done that!

Labour is now basically a party for some ethnic minorities, for some NHS and other public service employees, and for the sort of unthinking pseudo-“socialists” found on Twitter.

Of course, the LibDems will claim that this is the moment for their next big upsurge. Doubtful. The LibDems are currently polling, with the Greens, somewhere around 7%. The LibDems, and before them their ancestor-party, the Liberals, did this: have a big by-election success, followed by nothing very much. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1962_Orpington_by-election; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1958_Torrington_by-election; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1990_Eastbourne_by-election.

Could there be similar upsets? I suppose so, if there is dissatisfaction with the Conservatives, a by-election, and a seat where there is a strong LibDem presence but also where Labour and others have no real chance of success. However, I doubt that the LibDems are really reviving across the board.

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Ha ha! The sort of unthinking nonsense one would expect from that sort of creature. She managed to get to the age of about 30 without ever having had a job, after which she got in on the old “anti-racism” and local councillor freebie system. She is presently awaiting trial on a serious charge…”Vote Labour!”(if you are an idiot!)… [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudia_Webbe].

Incidentally, people might like to look at other deadhead MPs I have highlighted. Here is one (now removed from Parliament and living on the dole): https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/21/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-fiona-onasanya-story/.

Before the 2017 and 2019 general elections, several people (not markedly “extreme”) remarked to me that Corbyn seemed to be “surrounded everywhere he goes by a gaggle of black women”.

What is missing from the comments is that only those with documentary proof of recent vaccination etc can attend this year: https://www.ascot.co.uk/royal-ascot/plan-your-day-2021.

…and those masks take up to 450 years to break down into their constituent elements.

Refer to my comments made above in the blog today…

Diary Blog, 17 June 2021

Chesham and Amersham

By-election day.

I looked at the runners and riders a while ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/06/diary-blog-6-june-2021-including-the-upcoming-by-elections-chesham-and-amersham-and-batley-and-spen/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/16/diary-blog-16-june-2021-including-final-look-at-tomorrows-chesham-and-amersham-by-election/.

I concluded that the most likely result would be a Conservative win, though probably with a greatly-reduced vote-share. Now, however, it seems that there is a serious possibility of one of those unexpected LibDem (and, in the further past, Liberal Party) by-election upsets: Eastbourne, Orpington etc.

Well, I still think that a Con victory is more likely than not, but if the 2019 Con vote halved, and if the LibDem 2019 vote were to double, then…

My main interest in the by-election will be the Labour result. 12% or so in 2019, but Labour has come close to losing its deposit in the past, most closely in 2010. If I had to bet, I should say that Labour may lose its deposit today.

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Yes. I keep seeing crazy “rabbits”, mostly at or beyond retirement age, walking around on clifftops or alone on empty pavements, masked. Idiots. Complete idiots.

…and the prize for Hypocrite of the Day goes to Mark Lewis, the Jewish solicitor who moved to Israel in 2018 after having been found guilty on several charges by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority.

“The main thing in life is to treat others as you wish to be treated”, says he!

See, for example: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/11/update-re-mark-lewis-lawyer-questions-are-raised/.

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[“Russia does not have borders; it is wherever there are Russians“]

BBC Radio 4 PM

Just listening to the PM radio show. Pretty pathetic (as usual). Most of the time taken up with the “panicdemic”: virus variants, measures taken across Europe, blah blah…

More tweets about today’s by-election

Well, 2010 is a long time ago now, but do those people really not remember that, when the LibDems were offered ministerial pay and privileges for propping up the regime of David Cameron-Levita, they almost bit his hand off in their eagerness to cash in?

In reality, we have only a facade of democracy.

Labour in particular wants desperately to hold on to the fiction that it is a “national” party, fighting every seat, when the reality is that it is dead in much of the south of England outside London, dead in Scotland, and dying in the north of England and Midlands. A niche party for some ethnic minorities, some public service workers and a few other smallish groups.

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Alternative view: a persistent expenses-blodger and thief.

Alternative view: Britain has imported millions of unwanted immigrants in the past 50 years. They have been breeding prolifically. That is the main reason that housing is in short supply and/or priced at ludicrously high levels.

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Diary Blog, 16 June 2021, including final look at tomorrow’s Chesham and Amersham by-election

Chesham and Amersham by-election

I recently included an appreciation of the upcoming by-election at Chesham and Amersham in my daily blog: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/06/diary-blog-6-june-2021-including-the-upcoming-by-elections-chesham-and-amersham-and-batley-and-spen/.

The by-election is being held tomorrow. I thought to add my last-minute thoughts.

As I blogged previously, I see no prospect of any upset to the expected Conservative victory in that constituency. Even in 1997, the Conservative Party vote topped 50%, and has exceeded 63%. 55.4% in 2019.

Incumbency is usually helpful to a candidate, so it is an open question as to whether the new Conservative candidate will get a very high vote-share in what is, after all, a by-election.

It may be that there will be a protest vote favouring the LibDems, but I doubt that it will be anything like enough to dislodge the Conservatives. The LibDem vote in 2019 was 26.3%.

The main interest is in seeing whether Labour will lose its deposit. I think that quite likely. The Labour vote in 2019 was 12.9%: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesham_and_Amersham_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s.

The Green Party scored 5.5% in 2019, and it may be that that will increase at the expense of Labour. At any rate, it is hard to see many people bothering to vote Labour after Starmer’s lacklustre and indifferent attitude at Prime Minister’s Questions today.

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Well, you would think so, were you not aware how (to coin a phrase) “totally fucking hopeless” the Crown Prosecution Service is. The CPS is run by the Director of Public Prosecutions. Starmer was DPP. His predecessor was Alison Saunders. Both “totally fucking hopeless”, of course.

Time after time, since it started but especially in the past decade, the CPS has proven itself all but useless, stuffed as it is with mediocre (or worse) Common Purpose types.

For example, the CPS recently tried to pursue a case against persecuted singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz, based on a provision under the Public Order Act 1986. Such a prosecution requires the assent of the Attorney-General. When the matter came before the Westminster Magistrates’ Court on first appearance not long ago, it transpired that not only had the CPS not received the said assent, but that the CPS had not even requested it, being unaware of the necessity!

Alison Chabloz is now being prosecuted on the same alleged facts, but under anotherAct with a far less severe maximum penalty on conviction (her trial is set down for one day on 1 September 2021).

On the above premises, why would Starmer be any good in his present role? He’s only there because the Jewish lobby wanted Corbyn binned. Who better to “regain the confidence of Jewish people” (which the msm, quelle surprise, thinks is all-important) than someone who is completely in the pocket of that Jewish lobby, and who is married to a Jewish woman lawyer, their children being brought up as if fully-Jewish (celebrating all the Jewish supremacist holidays etc)?

Starmer is about 5 years too late. If he thinks that bringing up the Jo Cox stuff now will help Labour either at Chesham and Amersham, or at Batley and Spen, he is very much mistaken, in my view.

I was looking at tweets by such as political journalist John Rentoul. For people like that, Prime Minister’s Questions is meat and drink, but for most people, PMQs is scarcely even noticed. System Clown A scores point off System Clown B.

As to little Matt Hancock, I blogged about him nearly two years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/09/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-matt-hancock-story/.

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The real purpose of the facemask nonsense is quite other…

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Another cliche “mad psychiatrist”. A complete mask zealot too. It is more than worrying that idiots of this sort exercise influence in the UK. I feel sorry for her children though.

I am no medic but, looking at her tweets, she gives the impression of being rather unbalanced. Says that she works and has worked (at her campaigning organization) 80 hours per week, without days off. Since 2018. As a psychiatrist, she should know that that sort of schedule has deleterious mental health results.

True, the shouting mob scene was not very nice, but in the UK, opinion that does not fit the System narrative (pro-lockdown, pro-facemask nonsense, pro “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, pro-migration invasion etc) is now suppressed, and people are repressed if they voice dissident views on social media or even in blogs. On those premises, shouting crowds may, before long, be the least of the forms of resistance.

The mainstream media are now more or less the megaphones of the System. Those who work for msm outlets are more or less System propagandists.

Just one incident in the UK’s slow (?) descent into multikulti barbarism.

Well, though I do not disagree with everything he has said, Swayne is a complete waste of space as an MP.

Voting could change everything, if there were a real and credible alternative party for which to vote. There is no alternative party, just 2.5 System parties all under the same secret flag.

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Diary Blog, 14-15 June 2021

14 June 2021

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Boris-idiot is an appalling Prime Minister, but the masses seem to give him what the mediaeval revels called “the Fool’s Freedom”. That says more about the British masses than about “Boris”. As I wrote a couple of years ago, the British people have already discounted the many flaws and weaknesses of “Boris”, with the result that no scandal can touch him. He has, in the contemporary expression, “weaponized” his own deficiencies.

That leaves Starmer and Labour with yet another problem to add to their main ones— for what does Labour stand? What is Labour for? Effectively the same problem.

The Jew-Zionist lobby managed to get Corbyn binned. Starmer was put in Corbyn’s place, and all, or almost all, the Shadow Cabinet are now Labour Friends of Israel members. For the Zionist lobby, it really does not matter whether Labour fails to recover (entirely likely) or not. For the lobby, all that matters is that both System political parties of importance are under the Jewish/Israeli thumb (or heel).

It will be interesting to see what happens to Labour’s candidates in the two upcoming by-elections. In the first, at Chesham and Amersham, this coming Thursday (17 June 2021), Labour may struggle to retain its deposit. In the second by-election, at Batley and Spen (1 July 2021), Labour will be fighting to retain the seat.

Labour’s problem in directly electoral terms is not that its former voters might vote Conservative, Green, or whatever else, but that many will simply stay at home, whether literally or, in the case of postal voters, metaphorically.

I have previously blogged about both upcoming by-elections: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/06/diary-blog-6-june-2021-including-the-upcoming-by-elections-chesham-and-amersham-and-batley-and-spen/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/

I missed the tweet below (from weeks ago). I endorse the sentiments:

Interesting symphony

Joan Ryan

Many will recall Joan Ryan, the Israel-lobby one-time Labour MP, who was caught conspiring with Israeli intelligence officer Shai Masot a few years ago (Masot had a million-pound slush fund from Israel, with which to buy MPs, in effect).

Well, having been removed from Parliament for the second time, Joan Ryan, former Chair of Labour Friends of Israel [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Ryan], has now been given a position with another Israel-lobby organization: https://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/former-lfi-chair-joan-ryan-named-head-of-new-pro-israel-group/.

I wonder how much the new position pays. Joan Ryan likes money, was a noted expenses cheat and blodger in, especially, the 2005-2009 Parliament, and was one of the highest-claiming MPs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Ryan#Expenses_controversies.

Look at the last bit of that video, when the Jew, Masot, says that he has received a million pounds from Israel. The look of pleasure on the faces of Joan Ryan and her little sidekick!

Europe needs a Hercules, to cleanse the Augean Stables…

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15 June 2021

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Take away the unsustainable “furlough” payments, and take away the governmental support payments for small business and self-employed people, then ask the same or similar question again…and then ask a similar question a couple of months later. The “public opinion” will have shifted. Much.

The police have largely given up trying to police ordinary crime, and have shifted personnel and resources to trying to police socio-political expression, which is not their job (or their business). Much (not all but most) of it is driven (from behind the scenes) by the Jew-Zionist element aiming at the censoring of any criticism of the behaviour of Jews and/or Israel, as evidence my experience of some 4 years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/.

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In some ways, Cornwall is very different from England proper. I lived for a couple of years at Polapit Tamar manor house, about 4 miles north of Launceston, and only a short distance from the River Tamar itself (Tala Water, a stream that runs through the property, is a tributary of the Tamar).

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Exactly. “Controlled opposition”, which was engendered, arguably, by the Okhrana in the early 20thC (Father Gapon etc), is now seen everywhere. Julia Hartley-Brewer cited in the tweet above, but also think Delingpole, anyone in the Spectator, pretty much; also Breitbart, Tommy Robinson, Katie Hopkins, “Prison Planet” Watson, the pseudo-dissident bits of the Daily Mail and other msm outlets, as well as snake-oil salesmen like Farage (and pretty much anyone part of the whole UKIP/Brexit Party/Reform Party circus); others too.

How do you tell who or what is “controlled opposition”? The rule of thumb is, if they support —or are not hostile to— Israel and/or the Jewish lobby, then bin them. Controlled opposition.

Migration invasion. Santitized. Soon not reported on. All part of the “Great Reset”, Great Replacement, Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan or, putting it more honestly, down the line, White Genocide. The reality is behind the names.

Yes, David Icke and many others broadly aware of the above (and willing to oppose it openly) have been removed from social media platforms over the past few years. As always, the organized Zionist-Jew lobby is behind much of the “deplatforming”. I was expelled from Twitter in 2018. Icke followed a couple of years later. Many others have trodden the same “Sibirsky Trakt“.

In fact, unlike the dissidents of Imperial Russia and their even less fortunate Soviet successors, most of today’s dissident thinkers and activists do not end up doing time (though some do). It is far more subtle than that.

People lose jobs or professions (as I would have done —disbarred in 2016— had I myself not already binned mainstream life), are subject to occasional harassment by authorities, are bit by bit removed from social media and so from influencing online opinion, are prevented anyway from publishing offline via mainstream publishers (one of the first to fall victim was the historian, David Irving: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Irving).

In my own case, from about 2009 to about 2015, Jews managed to get my book reviews (I was a “top 50” reviewer, one of the top 50 reviewers out of millions, as voted for by Amazon users) taken off both UK Amazon and US Amazon (so much for “the land of freedom”…because where “they” exist in large numbers, there never is any freedom).

I was then pursued via my then professional regulator, the Bar Standards Board, which eventually led to my disbarment (in England) in 2016 (in fact unlawfully, but that is not worth detailing right now).

Later, in 2018, I was removed from Twitter (I was never on Facebook).

You see the pattern. So far, American platforms such as WordPress have resisted (95% resisted) calls to “deplatform” me and others. How long a blog such as this will be available for the people to read is an open question.

The “panicdemic”, the “climate change” narrative, nonsense such as “Black Lives Matter” etc (all supported, you will have noticed by the big battalions of the msm such as Sky and the BBC, CNN, Hollywood etc), are but notes or Leitmotive in a symphony of socio-political “change” being played according to an agreed “composition”…

“Definition by decades”

The definition(s) below made me laugh; largely true…

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I expected that I was paying this fortune, all this time and energy, to learn how to think. But they are forcing you to think the way they want you to think,” Park said in an interview with Fox News. “I realized, wow, this is insane. I thought America was different but I saw so many similarities to what I saw in North Korea that I started worrying.

“Those similarities include anti-Western sentiment, collective guilt and suffocating political correctness.” [Yeonmi Park, on Fox News]

Well worth listening to what she has to say. In the end, this can only end one way…

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https://www.theguardian.com/media/2021/jun/15/priti-patel-condemns-anti-lockdown-protesters-treatment-bbc-nick-watt

I dislike mobs and mob rule, but it is clear that the unfortunate journalist, Nick Watt, was catching the flak that should have been fired at those nearer the top of the BBC, which has become, over the past couple of decades, a biased State broadcaster, with no more credibility than had the Soviet news media of the pre-1989 period.

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