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Diary Blog, 24 January 2022, including thoughts about both Ukraine and deadhead MP Abena Oppong-Asare

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On this day a year ago

Looking again at that post, what is striking to me is how many tweets quoted therein are from tweeters now “cancelled”, removed from Twitter, usually (and like me) at the behest of the Jew-Zionist cabal on Twitter (the said Jew-Zionists even call themselves “J-Twitter”…).

Deadhead MP Abena Oppong-Asare

I happened to see a few tweets about yet another deadhead MP.

Watch and listen to the ridiculous creature: https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1554427/Labour-MP-Abena-Oppong-Asare-cost-of-living-warm-home-discount-energy-bills-vn.

Back in her home country (Ghana), I suppose she would, at most, be running a market stall or something of the kind.

I am moved to write a little about her, despite there being too little information around for me to pen an entire article on her as yet.

This is her, a real “deadhead” MP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abena_Oppong-Asare. Note the all-too-typical characteristics of the breed: a superficially-impressive-sounding degree (Politics with International Relations) and a “Master’s” degree (in International Law with International Relations), but nothing behind it. In fact, these are soft degrees, the sort no-one ever fails.

After university, i.e. about 2005 or 2006, she seems to have worked as…nothing (at least according to Wikipedia). Indeed, her own website makes no mention of anything beyond “speaking up”, and “engaging” with “communities”: https://www.abenaoppongasare.com/about/.

This “speaking up” and “engaging” seems to have included being a councillor in South-East London for 4 years.

So were spent about 13 years, until Ms. Oppong-Asare was selected, then elected (2019), as MP for the rundown multikulti seat of Erith and Thamesmead (parts of which are 85% white, but parts majority non-white). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thamesmead; her vote-share was 48%. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erith_and_Thamesmead_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s

2015 London-Thamesmead, aerial view 2.jpg
[part of Thamesmead]

Sadly, the golf course shown above (a municipal one) was closed, after 23 years, in 2014, so that…yes… a developer could build more boxes for people, it seems. The developer’s plea that nature would be helped by such development is a classic example of such weaselling: https://www.fromthemurkydepths.co.uk/2020/12/28/peabody-look-to-partly-build-on-former-thamesmead-golf-course/. Still, the devil is always in the detail. I suppose that if an area has (?) been left to rewild, then that would be better for birds and animals than a golf course (but how big an area?).

[Thamesmead South]
[Thamesmead West]

The proportion of black Africans in the area is the highest in the UK (over a third of the population, it seems).

We have seen a certain type of MP elected not infrequently in recent years: Dawn Butler, Fiona Onasanya etc. Is it because the Labour Party wants to appeal to non-white voters? Not entirely; Fiona Onasanya was selected without interview to contest a constituency where only about 2% of the population is black. See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/21/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-fiona-onasanya-story/.

See also: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7881187/I-need-write-forehead-Black-Labour-MPs-complain-racism-Parliament.html

It seems that Labour (at least under Corbyn and Miliband) was just obsessed by getting blacks in the House of Commons (and the Lords as well).

Under Jewish-lobby puppet Starmer, this has not much changed: Abena Oppong-Asare is now promoted Shadow Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury!

As to Thamesmead, I have never been there, though I recall visiting people in both Erith and Woolwich, nearby suburbs, in the late 1970s and then late 1980s (only one brief visit to each place, though). This is not a part of England that I can claim to know, I am glad to say.

I was just looking on wonderful Google Maps and Google Earth. Thamesmead does not look too bad in places, better than I expected from what I have heard over the years. Quite a lot of greenery, and much of the area does not look too crowded or (on the face of it) squalid, though some bits do look more like the expected concrete jungle. Here and there, one could imagine oneself in the former DDR (East Germany) or even the former Soviet Union.

Google Earth and Google Maps, a harmless but compelling addiction…

Well, there it is. I despise the present “Conservative” government, but Labour offers nothing better. As I have said before, that is the voters’ dilemma at present.

In my usual spirit of fairness, I now repost one of Ms. Oppong-Asare’s recent tweets (though the nature walk notified has by now already taken place):

Final thought: I suppose that, before long, even entirely legitimate comments such as the above will be banned and even criminalized for both “racism” and “misogyny”. Unless Britain wakes up soon, it’s finished except as a dystopian and Zionist-ruled multikulti hellhole.

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Politically-misguided“? In what way? Tactically-misguided maybe…

When the “heretic”, Giordano Bruno, was burned at the stake in the Italy of 1600, monks hammered a wooden plug into his mouth so that he could not “blaspheme” as he died. Their justification for that was, also, because by blaspheming (if he blasphemed) he would be endangering his soul. i.e. it was for his own good! See above for a 21stC version, carried out by the employees of the caring, sharing NHS, and approved by what remains of the “British” Labour Party. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giordano_Bruno.

The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan is being implemented by an illegitimate regime posing as a legitimate government. ZOG. Not that “Labour” (label) would be any different; they would just arrange the deckchairs differently on the deck of the Titanic. https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/.

Incidentally, you see various assertions that the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan does not exist. Well, read about it, preferably not from (((infested))) sources, then just look around you. It’s all happening right in front of us, in different ways.

Ukraine

Was just reading a Daily Mail report on the near future for gas supplies and prices: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10433561/Britain-face-record-breaking-gas-petrol-prices-Putin-launches-Russian-invasion-Ukraine.html.

Some of the reader comments are unintentionally funny, betraying an ignorance almost the size of Russia itself. Example:

AlyceInWonderland, Everywhere, United Kingdom, moments ago

But Russia helped the UK all through WW2 by fighting the Germans on their Northern front and also supplied the UK with Artic convoys.

[Reader comment, Daily Mail].

Leaving aside the misspelling (“Artic“), the reader seems to be unaware that the Soviet Union and the German Reich were at peace until late June 1941, nearly 22 months after Britain and France declared war on the Reich. That commentator is evidently also unaware that, so far from “Russia” supplying the UK during WW2, Britain and its Empire, as well as the USA, supplied the Soviet Union via the (British) Arctic convoys (the USA also supplied the Soviet Union via Alaska).

Regular readers of my blog will be aware that I have expressed the view that Russia must make its move on Ukraine soon or not at all. The US and, to a much smaller extent, UK, are funnelling arms to the Kiev government.

There is some suggestion that, unusually, the ground is not totally frozen. When it is, Russian armour can move more easily.

The Kiev regime is totally corrupt, and hugely inefficient. Ukraine’s armed forces are not capable of beating those of Russia, having been run down for 30 years. Since about 2005, Russia has been upgrading its armed forces from their 1990s post-Soviet low point.

Look at the map from the Daily Mail:

British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab yesterday promised Britain would impose harsh sanctions on Russia should President Vladimir Putin authorise an invasion of neighbouring Ukraine (pictured)

The Dnieper river splits the country, as can be seen. East of that river, the population is mainly Russian or pro-Russian, especially towards the South and South-East. The same pro-Russian attitude applies in Crimea, which was taken back under direct Russian control several years ago.

The most anti-Russian or Ukrainian-nationalist area of Ukraine is in the western part, centred on Lvov (“Lviv” on the newspaper map).

Were Putin to order the annexation or effective annexation of the Eastern Ukraine, where the population is mainly pro-Russian, it would be accomplished without major difficulty. That would also join the Eastern Ukraine undeniably to Crimea.

The present rumours of an advance on Kiev may or may not be true, but if so would be for the purpose of installing a pro-Russian government de facto. Whether Russia would occupy all or even most of Western Ukraine is, I should imagine, doubtful. It can be seen that Kiev sits between the two main parts of Ukraine. The Russians might take Kiev but then only occupy a belt perhaps 50 miles from the Dnieper.

Kiev has 3 million inhabitants, and is the 7th-most-populous city in all of Europe inc. European Russia and European Turkey (after Istanbul, Moscow, London, St. Petersburg, Berlin, and Madrid.

It was surprising even to me to see that Kiev has considerably more inhabitants than Paris (which is 9th on the list); we should always keep learning.

In fact, Kharkov (“Kharkiv” on that map) is 18th on that list, between Munich (17th) and Milan (19th).

Ukraine has 41 million inhabitants, down from over 50 million in late-Soviet days: “Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Ukraine’s population hit a peak of roughly 52 million in 1993. However, due to its death rate exceeding its birth rate, mass emigration, poor living conditions, and low-quality health care,[321][322] the total population decreased by 6.6 million.” [Wikipedia].

The population arithmetic may be questionable, or in dispute, but the basic fact is not: Ukraine has been appallingly-badly run since 1991. Corruption has been unbelievable. Where did the money go? Well, one of the richest individuals in the UK is an expatriate Ukrainian Jew, apparently worth £15 BILLION… and he is only one of many.

If Russia occupies a generally North-South line, somewhere west of Kiev, it can install a pro-Russian government, which can then grant the eastern or south-eastern part of Ukraine autonomy, meaning it will be almost as if part of Russia.

In fact, with Kharkov and Donetsk in Russian hands, together with Kiev and Dnipro [former Dnipropetrovsk], four out of the five largest cities will be controlled by Russia, together with much of the population of Ukraine, including 8M+ Russians. The rump to the west would retain only two really large cities (Odessa and Lvov).

It may be that a pro-Russian regime or government de facto in Kiev would be able to control, after a while, most of Ukraine. Whether a dissident regime could fall back on Lvov and the western areas, and survive, is an open question.

As for the UK, this really is not our battle, but of course the USA and UK governments are controlled by NWO/ZOG. Those cabals and ruling circles are pushing their agenda, an agenda that has nothing at all to do with the interests of the British (or American) people.

If Russia invades Ukraine, but fails to take out Kiev, then Kiev will be a centre of resistance, and will give the present government legitimacy in the eyes of the world. Taken out (Kiev, that is), the present government will be just a bunch of exiles in London or Lvov, without quite the same weight.

Traditionally (except during WW2), UK governments have not recognized governments de jure but only de facto. If a government is in practical power, it is treated as effectively “the” government, and legitimate.

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A Jew or (probably) half-Jew. Inevitably…See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yascha_Mounk. Every. Single. Time. Why? Why?

Sits in a well-paid sinecure in Washington D.C., and pushes for war far far away, in Eastern Europe.

Slightly misleading, in that not all Russian forces can be concentrated on Ukraine. Still, even if Russia were to deploy only a fifth of its power, the disparity would still be overwhelming.

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I agree (though not with the use of the term “Zio-Nazi”; National Socialism, in its original form, may have passed into history, but must still be honoured).

The Kiev regime should change the name “Ukraine” to that of ancient Khazaria.

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Diary Blog, 21 January 2022

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[Hermitage (formerly, Winter Palace), St. Petersburg, Russia]

On this day a year ago

In that year-ago blog post, I saw a few things that now make me laugh all over again, like the very true assertion, contained in a tweet from one of the huge number of Twitter accounts now closed down by the online censors: “Leftism is when you think the best way to stick it to your boss is to ensure he has an unending supply of cheap imported labor..”

Quite. In a nutshell. That Twitter account was American, but it applies just as well here in the UK. Those (eg the “refugees welcome” dimwits) who think that you can have unlimited or almost unlimited mass immigration, yet still have a high-income, high-skilled economy (and also a properly-funded Welfare State), are just completely wrongheaded.

I myself never use “Right”, Left” terminology in any sense which confers legitimacy upon it.

The only extra point to add (and only necessary because there is so much deliberate misinformation around, especially on Twitter) is that many of the migrant-invaders entering the UK will never enter the UK workforce as such, because they not only have no usable skills, meaning skills useful in an advanced economy, but also either speak no English at all, or only at the most basic level (and in many cases never will).

In other words, mass immigration creates a huge drag on the society and economy; you could even call it a millstone around our collective neck.

Of course, the self-describing “Left” have pretty much given up any struggle to create a better society. They have no ideology (beyond vague “anti-racism”, “anti-sexism” etc) which might underpin such a struggle. Socialism in the old sense more or less died in and after 1989, the last significant year of the 1956-1989 ~33-year cycle. What is left is effectively worthless, a farrago of mixed-up nonsense, not only ideologically vague, but practically confused.

The above example about mass immigration is just one example of the confusion. Another is about free speech online. The virtue-signallers of the self-describing “Left” almost all celebrate the removal of social-national Twitter accounts such as mine (rubbed out in 2018 after a conspiracy by a pack of Zionist Jews); the same virtue-signallers celebrate equally the removal of Twitter accounts belonging to so-called “alt-Right” figures such as Katie Hopkins, and those of dissidents such as David Icke.

The “online fora” (Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, ebay etc) are of course all run and actually owned by hugely wealthy companies (and individuals, mostly Jews), but the self-describing “Left” has nothing to say about all that, still less any plan to change the structure; for them, all that matters is that “fascists” (those with whom they disagree) are removed from having any online “platform” (where they might enjoy freedom of expression).

They just do not see that what has happened is that they, and those like them, are now contained in a big gilded cage, where they can squawk endlessly about “racism”, “sexism” etc while having not the slightest real impact on the world.

The same kind of dissonance as over immigration is seen in the attitude of the same people about Palestine, Israel, and the Jewish situation in the world. They (most of them) oppose Israel as a state, and go halfway toward such ideas as “BDS” (economic boycotts of Israel, and avoidance of Israeli products etc), but the majority of them are still brainwashed by the whole “holocaust” farrago, and almost all of them no doubt think that the disastrous and destructive war against the German Reich was A Very Good Thing. Few would see a problem in the fact that exploitative Jewish control of economies, legal systems, political systems permeates what might be called “the Western world”, our world.

Even when they see fraudulent Jewish exploiters such as Philip Green, Robert Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein and others, those self-describing “Left” people see only finance-capitalists…

As Goethe put it in Faust, and from the mouth of Mephistopheles, “the good folk do not see the Devil, even when he sits on their shoulder.” The “Leftists” see only the part of the narrative that fits in with their pre-1989 ideology.

You saw all of the above in the UK Labour Party’s Corbyn and McDonnell double-act: Corbyn with his skeletal “ideology” composed of elements taken, half-baked, from 20thC history, such as the so-called “Battle of Cable Street”, selected and half-understood bits from the Spanish Civil War (“!No Pasaran” etc), anti-Israel support for Palestine, yet at the same time his lip-service to the “holocaust” farrago, and of course “anti-fascism”. As clunky as a Trabant.

Both “sides” of the Labour Party offer nothing to the British people (though neither does this shambolic “Conservative” government, of course).

Unusual travelogue

That YouTube account, though slightly irritating at times, is usually quite interesting. The subtitles are rubbish, but you don’t need to know Russian: mostly English commentary.

As for BAM (Baikal-Amur-Mainline), it was once said, by dissidents, that every Soviet generation had its large and, they claimed, not very useful, engineering project: inter alia, the White Sea Canal, the Turk-Sib railway, the Virgin Lands scheme, and BAM. True, but some of those are at least not useless, and some are also very impressive.

“Thought for the day”

If you can keep your head when all about you   
    Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,   
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,

    But make allowance for their doubting too;   
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
    Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
Or being hated, don’t give way to hating,
    And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream—and not make dreams your master;   
    If you can think—and not make thoughts your aim;   
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
    And treat those two impostors just the same;   
If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken
    Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
    And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools
:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings
    And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
    And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
    To serve your turn long after they are gone,   
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
    Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,   
    Or walk with Kings—nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
    If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
    With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,   
Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,   
    And—which is more—you’ll be a Man, my son!

[Kipling, If]

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[“If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
    And treat those two impostors just the same
…”]

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Further information on this for UK readers: https://www.gov.uk/home-education.

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Once again, we see the impact one individual can have on a large-scale problem. The newspaper report is well worth reading.

Both major System parties are basically, and putting it politely, two faces of the same coin.

Only social nationalism has even a chance of saving anything worthwhile in Britain, but there is no social-national party worthy of the name, let alone any social-national movement.

If the State, controlled secretly by inner ruling circles and cabals, turns against the people, then the people have the inherent right to fight back, using whatever methods are expedient.

For “the welfare of the people is the highest law” [Cicero].

A few more thoughts about Ukraine

Any Russian incursion into Eastern Ukraine would have been bloodless, but will now not be, partly because the corrupt Kiev regime will probably try to resist, despite the vast bulk of the Eastern Ukraine population favouring Russia.

The arms and money (and “advisers”) from the UK and —mainly— USA being sent to Ukraine contain the seeds of a wider conflict, because any large-scale resistance by the Kiev government will probably result in retaliation against it by Russian forces. That might include massive attack on Kiev itself. Whether that will result in American direct involvement remains to be seen, though I doubt that the USA has the will to fight Russia directly, on the ground.

Eastern Ukraine was part of the Russo-Slavonic polity for over a thousand years. It was under Muscovite control for hundreds of years. The present corrupt, and basically Jew-dominated, Ukraine, has only been around for 29-30 years as a (failed) state. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Ukraine.

Without interference from outside, Eastern Ukraine would fall under Russian control as willingly as Austria joined with the German Reich in 1938.

As for the USA, does it have the will to put its own safety on the line for the Kiev regime? I doubt it. Biden’s recent statement was a nod and wink to Russia that this will not cause a superpower conflict (if Russia still counts as a superpower…perhaps not, but near enough!).

Yes, the USA probably does have many times the military-destructive power of Russia, but the fact is that Russia could still annihilate most if not all American cities if it so chose, albeit at a like cost. You can only wipe out a city once, no matter how many and how powerful are your nuclear weapons.

As for political leadership, Biden seems to have some form of dementia. If he had to resign, the government of the USA would be, at least nominally, in the hands of part-black, part-Indian, part (small part) Irish, Kamala Harris, but one can assume that the “deep state”, i.e. the secret cabals and ruling circles, would continue to pull the strings. NWO, if you like, and “ZOG”.

Russia looks like it is about to make a big move on the geopolitical chessboard.

Late tweets seen

Yes, the “panicdemic” has only partly succeeded in corralling the public worldwide, and only partly in the UK as well. Suddenly, “Covid” “restrictions” are going to be stood down, only weeks after the latest scam propaganda over “Omicron”, and how hundreds of thousands would be filling NHS hospitals. All lies.

However, the repressive laws will mostly still be there, ready to be used and indeed repurposed, any time that the “secret state” decides.

Yes, Gates was investing in vaccines over a year before the “panicdemic” started (or was started)…

In looking at recent UK governments, it is always a battle between malice and sheer incompetence…

“Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad“…

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2022/jan/18/loud-academic-awarded-more-than-100000-for-unfair-dismissal.

Absolutely typical. “They” are very often bullies who, however, when people stand up against them, suddenly present themselves as the whining Jewish “victims”.

Anyway, there it is; she has bitten the hand that fed her for 29 years, and can now pocket £100,000 extra.

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Diary Blog, 19 December 2021

Migration invasion continues

On Thursday 559 people were picked up off the Kent coast after making the crossing in 19 boats, and on Friday 358 people crossed in 10 boats.” [BBC News]

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-59710100

900 more in 2 days!

Picked up off the Kent coast“…Oh yes? How far “off” the coast would that be? 10 miles? More?

Soon, even poor weather will not hamper the invasion, as larger rubber boats and RIBs are used. Even now, it can be seen that about 30 are arriving on each boat.

The 900 that arrived on Thursday and Friday will now “have to be” found accommodation, food, spending money, NHS medical care, other services, and few of them will ever be more than a burden to the British people.

What about the past two days, Saturday and Sunday? The same? Another 900?

I do not even need to bet (because I know) that the same quasi-traitors who support the migration-invasion are the same virtue-signalling hypocrites who will soon be crying about how the NHS is “under-resourced”, about how the police are “under-resourced”, about how there is a worsening housing crisis in the UK; and so on.

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Quite right. I can recall, almost every year for decades (literally decades, about 25 years), the NHS having a “winter crisis”. Long before “Covid”.

The “panicdemic” is not only convenient as a way of introducing a police state under another guise; it is also convenient for the very poorly-administered NHS. It supplies a narrative: “we are swamped by Covid!” OK, so that’s your excuse in 2021 and for 2020. So, er, what was the reason the NHS was “in crisis” for almost all of the preceding 25 winters?

Not that I am opposed to the NHS, meaning public healthcare free at point of use. I heard secondhand a (thought credible) story about a lady somewhere (I forget where exactly) in the USA, who developed, many years ago, a serious problem with hearing (and had had a problem since birth) and, because her health insurance, which she actually had, would not cover it, had been extremely restricted in her enjoyment of life. For years.

It seems that that lady was finally able to get the (actually pathetically small) amount of money required recently, but how sad that, for lack of a very small amount of money (less than £3,000 in UK money), she was so handicapped for many years.

No-one sensible wants to replace the existing health services with a “pay or die” system. However, something needs to change.

The principle of the NHS is good, but the NHS lost its way sometime in the Blair-Brown years, 10-20 years ago. Maladministration. Callousness. Lack of proper direction.

The migration invasion has made matters much worse.

Answer: because the part-Jew, part-Levantine clown and public entertainer who should be “running the country” is incapable of doing so, and should never have risen higher than backbench MP level, if that.

is it becuz Claudia Webbe is black, a woman, and an MP?” Answers on a postcard…and then you see agonized articles in the New Statesman, or Guardian, speculating as to why people will still not vote “Labour” even now that “nasty uncle Adolf” (Corbyn) has been replaced by nice safe (it is claimed) Keir Starmer.

Starmer is not a “supporter of terrorism” (except Israeli state terrorism”, and the kind of Jewish sub-terrorism that we have seen in the UK in the past); likewise, Starmer is not “an anti-Semite”…I have no doubt that that is so! Good grief, he even has a Jewish wife, and children being brought up as if fully-Jewish!

Seems, however, that that sort of claim cuts little mustard with the voting public. True, the opinion polls now show “Labour” ahead of the equally-misnamed “Conservatives”, but then look at this shambles of a government!

The word “omnishambles” could have been coined for this mis-government. Indeed, the word is not even strong enough.

Yes.

I have reposted a few tweets with which I agree, but it is disturbing that someone apparently at a “leading university” can compose a sentence such as “twitters self proclaimed education correspondent” without an apostrophe or a hyphen in sight. Sign of the times.

Labour

I have already made a few comments today, and yesterday, and the day before, about the Labour Party. The fact is that those opinion polls are only favourable to Labour by default. The North Shropshire result cannot just be ignored on the argument that “…because Labour never wins there“.

Even taking into account tactical voting (which obviously took place), the North Shropshire result was very poor for Labour. For one thing, why was Labour not the chosen tactical vote recipient? Why the LibDems? In the past, even in the last (2019) election for the seat, in fact in the last three elections (2019, 2017, 2015), Labour, not the LibDems, came in in second place.

Indeed, the LibDems have only come second in the constituency twice, in 2010 and in 1992. In all others, in third place, often a distant third.

The LibDem vote in North Shropshire was only 10% in 2019, and even lower (5.3%) in 2017. In fact, even in the 2010 days of “Cleggmania”, the LibDem vote only reached 20.9% (with Labour on 18.1%).

The sheer ineptitude of the Boris Johnson misgovernment is obviously a factor, going beyond even that of previous Conservative and Labour governments but, even so, something more is going on here. Labour has lost not only credibility, but relevance, raison d’etre.

There is no “industrial proletariat”, just an increasingly raceless (in the cities) and cultureless “precariat”. “Labour”-label speaks for (or at least to) mainly those with public sector jobs, to the blacks (those that even bother to vote) and to some of the “browns”, esp. Pakistanis etc. Not really to any other group of any size.

The Labour MPs are largely seen as useless. Some of the black women are especially poor, but they are not alone. A significant number of Labour MPs have been convicted, arrested, or suspended in the past year alone.

It is always hard to predict a General Election in the UK, bearing in mind the crazy First Past The Post voting system, and the contrived boundaries of constituencies, but to my mind we are heading into hung Parliament territory again. That nearly happened (again) in 2019, but Labour’s collapsed vote (a collapse of 8 points) enabled the Conservative Party (the vote of which increased by 1 point) to get an 80-seat majority.

If, next time, the Labour vote collapses further, but the Conservative vote also falls, the LibDems may manage to pick up a number of Conservative seats. Maybe…but with the Conservatives still left holding, probably, a plurality of seats.

I would not totally write off the Conservative Party just yet, poor though the “Conservatives” are, if Boris-idiot is binned. There is still a lot of traditional, ingrained, support for the Conservatives, especially in rural and southern England, whereas in the traditionally Labour areas, support for Labour has ebbed away, or eroded. I cannot see Keir Starmer and his Labour Friends of Israel front bench reversing that trend.

“Boris” is now a dead weight for the Conservative Party. If he is removed, the party, poor though it is, must be a match for equally-poor Labour.

The “Covid” “laws”, “rules”, “measures” and general nonsense have also weakened support for Con Party (and for Labour, which has weakly followed and supported the Conservative Government).

As for the LibDems, few vote for them, as such. People are voting against the major System parties.

My view since the days of the Con Coalition of 2010-2015, that the LibDems are finished, still holds, despite Amersham, despite North Shropshire. The only question is when the last LibDem MP will go, and that will not happen while the Conservative Party is as toxic as it now is, because the LibDems will be there as “alternative”, particularly where Labour is sliding and/or has no chance.

This should be a good moment for social-nationalism, but there is no social-national party, and no real movement.

The superficially-educated ignorant

Watched an episode of The Chase from a few years ago. Probably the worst team I have seen. One woman seemed to know nothing at all, literally nothing (except how to walk and speak), while another, a young woman with a degree in English, and who was going to be doing a master’s degree in magazine journalism, was frighteningly ignorant for someone with at least 16 years of full-time education (and who wanted to start her own magazine!). She thought that Elizabeth I was the grandmother of Tsaritsa Alexandra of Russia (it was Victoria, as all my readers will know)! She also thought that the famously affluent Thameside village of Bray is in Sussex (it’s Berkshire). There were even worse answers from her, but I have already forgotten them.

Needless to say, that team won no money, but I was left, as I often am, concerned about the state of this country, and about the cultural-educational level of the population.

It especially concerns me that —it often seems— the least-educated young people are going either into teaching or into journalism.

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There are secret cabals, often with occult bases, pursuing specific lines of attack in the msm. Only an informed investigative force can even begin to identify the culprits and deal with them.

I still wonder whether Farage got a huge offshore payoff for his treachery to his own followers during the 2019 General Election. I should not be surprised if he gets a peerage (as well) in the “Boris” resignation honours list. Claire Fox getting one must have been a kind of down-payment, or declaration of intent.

Piers Morgan— a major System mouthpiece. What a disgusting sentiment he tweeted, too, apart from being totally illogical. I suppose that one should not expect too much from a broadcaster whose education peaked with his attendance (on a journalism course) at Harlow College of Further Education, Essex.

As if GPs and A&E personnel know anything much in detail about the virus(es) or the agenda behind the vaccine(es).

For what does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his own soul?“…

If you just step back and look at what has happened to our society specifically in the past nearly 2 years, it is more than alarming; one could say frightening. The 2022-2055 agenda is already clearly readied by the secret cabals and ruling circles: travel restrictions, political repression, mass elimination, microchips under the skin to track and control hundreds of millions of people on both a mass and an individual basis, while at the same time tearing apart European race, culture, and way of life.

This will not be opposed, not at all effectively, by actions such as marches, vigils, letters to newspapers, tweets, blogs etc.

[I never chose it! The British people never chose it! Secretive cabals and enemies of the people chose it!]

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“Panicdemic”

PROFESSOR CARL HENEGHAN: I’m a GP on the frontline, and I don’t think we’re overwhelmed with Covid” [Mail on Sunday]

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10324747/PROFESSOR-CARL-HENEGHAN-Im-GP-frontline-dont-think-overwhelmed-Covid.html

The readers’ comments should give both main System parties pause.

Piers Corbyn

It is being reported that Piers Corbyn [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piers_Corbyn] has been arrested. At nearly 0200 last night. Why the KGB style?

This police habit, that is of relatively recent usage, of arresting fairly innocuous suspects in the middle of the night, or early in the morning (by which I mean before 0900 hrs) has become ingrained.

When I was at the practising Bar, I was asked once (around 2002) to advise in a case (a potential action against the police) involving a woman accused of having (though never charged with having) thrown a stone at a neighbour’s car following an incident connected with an ongoing local problem over limited parking space in a close.

In fact, that woman never was charged, and there was in fact no evidence that anyone had thrown a stone, nor even that the damage had been caused by a stone: the slight damage to the car may anyway have occurred by accident, without human agency.

The point is that that woman (a married mother of school-age children, and a medical secretary without previous convictions of any kind) was arrested at 0700 in her own home, at a time when she and her family were half-awake and about to have breakfast. She was taken away in front of her young daughters, and held in a police station for about 5 hours before being released without charge.

I think that there have to be placed statutory curbs on this kind of police behaviour. There are of course dangerous offenders, or fugitives, who may have to be arrested at night, and without any warning, who may be armed, or who may be planning an imminent attack of some sort. Any other kind of suspect should be arrested at a civilized hour and in a civilized way. Indeed, it was not necessary to have arrested the woman in my story at all, and I suspect that the same is true of Piers Corbyn.

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Who cares whether it is “racist”? “Racist” = “culturally and genetically healthy”!

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It was not wrong of the person posing as PM to hold a reception or party; what was wrong was that he and his fellow clowns prevented, by law, “ordinary citizens” from doing the same. The hypocrisy, and “entitlement”, and mendacity was wrong too.

The mask of Evil is coming off all over Europe now, and beyond.

Wouldn’t it be great to see these people (MPs, ministers, msm drones too) dragged away, and then transported East?…

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Diary Blog, 11 December 2021

Saturday quiz

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Well, once again I beat political journalist John Rentoul. He scored 4/10 this week; I scored 6/10, though I nearly got 8/10.

I was unsure about question 7 (what year saw Hawaii attain to statehood; I guessed nine years too early), and about question 9 (i.e. which —of two or three likely counties— of the UK is flattest and most low-lying). I had no idea about question 1 (I, wrongly, guessed Trump), nor about question 8.

Opinion poll

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10297923/Women-deserting-Boris-Johnson-Poll-shows-two-thirds-voters-dont-trust-PM.html

Worryingly for the Prime Minister, two in three people said they do not trust him.” [Daily Mail].

For me, what is more worrying is the implication that a third of the voters actually do still trust part-Jew, part-Levantine liar and chancer “Boris”. Incredible, after two years of entirely shambolic misgovernment, not to mention the clown’s previous activities.

Looking at the poll, it seems that the “sheeple” have still not quite woken up from the “panicdemic” propaganda trance.

Reform Party or Reform UK, the latest “controlled opposition” safety valve of the System. Just like its lineal predecessors, UKIP and Brexit Party, Reform is designed, or is used, as a way of diverting potential support for a real social-national party (which as yet does not exist).

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and look at this:

The photograph above is believed to be of an informal discussion between Ghislaine Maxwell and one Laurene Powell Jobs [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurene_Powell_Jobs], widow of the famous or infamous Steve Jobs (now deceased), and who is owner-publisher of the old-established American magazine, The Atlantic [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Atlantic].

Laurene Powell has given millions of dollars to certain political candidates, including Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, and Joe Biden.

The Atlantic has now published a feature or report claiming that child sex trafficking is not such a big problem, which is strange timing, to say the least…

Here is that report: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2022/01/children-sex-trafficking-conspiracy-epidemic/620845/.

Incidentally, and while the date of the photo is not known to me, it was probably taken in very recent years, and the blonde looks pretty good for someone born in 1963.

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News from Britain’s “diverse” multikulti society

Abdul Elahi (pictured), 26, has been jailed for 32 years today after he admitted 158 charges committed against 72 complainants and is believed to have tried to exploit victims globally in 34 different countries
[the defendant, Abdul Elahi]
Kirsty Nicholls, 35, (pictured) from Middlesex, was jailed for six years and nine months after previously pleading guilty to two charges of sexual assault of a child and one of making an indecent photo
[the second defendant, Kirsty Nicholls]

Prolific paedophile Abdul Elahi has been jailed for 32 years at Birmingham Crown Court after blackmailing victims into committing ‘sickening’ child sex abuse while targeting almost 2,000 people.” [Daily Mail]

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10297235/Paedophile-blackmailed-2-000-women-sending-explicit-videos-jailed-32-years.html

…and thousands more like him are arriving daily into the UK— by sea, air, and land…

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I suppose that the “refugees welcome” dimwits, such as (to name one of many) Zoe Gardner (“@zoejardiniere” on Twitter), either dismiss the cost to the British people of having these human millstones around our collective neck, or simply do not care.

How stupid are the “sheeple” who are now going around masked and muzzled on the say-so of “Boris”, Gove, Sunak etc? I myself saw from the car, only yesterday, some masked lunatic pushing a small child in a pushchair. In the open air, and with no other pedestrians in sight!

More lunacy:

Yet more lunacy…

How about just saying “yes”, and if questioned further, walking out and later hitting back (admittedly perhaps ineffectually) via sites such as TripAdvisor?

I am starting to greatly dislike this Tom Harwood individual, who is plainly controlled opposition, like most such “conservative” pseudo-nationalist scribblers and talking heads. He sounds like a real limp lettuce, too. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Harwood].

…and I have been (it seems, pointlessly) warning about the part-Jew, part-Levantine barrel of lies —presently posing as Prime Minister— for the past decade, not only on this blog but also on Twitter (until a pack of Jews had me expelled in 2018).

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The ravages of the pandemic“? What ravages? Most if not all of the damage has been done by stupid “Boris” and his fellow-clowns, assisted by the subversives on that ludicrously-misnamed “SAGE” committee. Incredibly, Professor Neil Ferguson, one of the worst, is still being cited as reliable in parts of the msm.

Having said that, the newspaper conclusion must be broadly correct. “Labour” are not, as such, ahead of the “Conservatives” in popular estimation; Labour are ahead of the Conservatives as led by “Boris”.

If “Boris” is jettisoned, then the Labour Party, which has really nothing to offer the British people, will almost certainly drop back down below the Conservative Party again.

Conservative Party MPs are like the citizens of ancient Rome— they worship victory. “Boris” has failed. Caesar must be deposed. Soon may emerge the next caesar, or at least the next “Conservative” clown leader.

Like many of his former employers and colleagues, I opposed the “resistible rise” of “Boris” from the start, but others colluded in it, or were too lazy to really examine “Boris” and his background. The msm must take most of the guilt, together with the Jewish lobby which permeates the msm.

The Conservative Party MPs colluded, thinking “Boris” an election-winner (which turned out to be true, though only because Labour’s vote fell by 8 points in 2019— the Conservative Party vote only increased by about one point).

Finally, the voters of, mainly, England were to blame, for lazily failing to see behind the false image created by the msm: “Boris” as a poundland Churchill, “Boris” as a classical scholar (because of his rote-learned Greek and Latin tags), “Boris” as someone of intelligence and erudition (all very superficial). Most of all, “Boris” as a straight bat, instead of the barrel of lies which he really is.

I think that one can see where this may be going. “Boris” will be sacked by his own MP cadre. A new leader will be installed, maybe even that Indian supposed “clever boy”, Sunak, and then Labour will struggle to maintain its new lead in the polls.

I suppose that the alternative is that “Boris” is not sacked, but blunders on through more unnecessary and crazy “Covid” restrictions etc, or “Boris” fights to stay as leader, leading to a long period of infighting. Were either of those to happen, then the voters, in the rigged UK FPTP binary electoral system, might choose fake Labour in desperation.

Where else can the British voters go? A controlled-opposition joke party, Reform? That will never get enough support. As for a genuine social-national party, it does not exist, and the whole electoral and msm set-up, riddled with Jew-Zionism, would ensure that it could not succeed, not peacefully and “lawfully” anyway.

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In fact, behind the self-promoting “mystery artist” stuff, and the gimmickry, Banksy is a genuine artist with a genuine, even if often wrongheaded, world view. He is far above the likes of Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst in artistic terms. Pity about the “wokery”, though.

In the end, another “useful idiot” for a System agenda (the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan) which he may not really understand.

The Colston statue situation was mentioned on BBC Radio News earlier. Colston himself was described as “Bristol slaver“, which he was; he was, however, also a merchant, MP, and a philanthropist on a large scale: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Colston.

That kind of politically-correct “woke” bias and tendentiousness is seen everywhere now, especially in the msm. There are no grey areas, no rounded appraisals, no nuances, just black and white simplistics, and judgmentalism.

For “Romanians”, read “Roma gypsies with Romanian passports”…

The word “sheeple” has finally come into its own…

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Diary Blog, 11 November 2021

Armistice Day

Armistice Day (as my maternal grandmother always called it, in the old way), or Remembrance Day (as it is now termed), comes around again. Remembrance not only of the tragedies of war, but also of the sad realization that, at least on the Western Front in Europe, the two world wars need never have happened at all.

Those two wars destroyed the British Empire, which is now, like those wars, merely (and only just) a memory and a legacy.

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Well, hardy ha-ha! The Jew lobby or Israel lobby (whatever) had me (wrongfully, and unlawfully) disbarred in 2016 for tweeting things (5 tweets, out of 150,000) which, though completely true, were adjudged “anti-Semitic”. The same lobby, in effect, had me expelled from Twitter. The same lobby made numerous malicious complaints about me to the police, among other organizations. See https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

In fact, the same (very small) group of sleazy Jew-Zionists are still fairly frequently making malicious complaints about me and/or my blog, but we are still here, still trucking…

Look at the Israel lobby hypocrites lining up to defend the Israeli Jewess’s “free speech”, when the same MPs (etc) not only failed to defend my free speech rights but lined up to attack me, many of them.

As for the present Israeli Ambassador in London, this is her ideology— Jewish racial supremacy, aka “Zionist supremacism”:

In Israel and elsewhere, Jews see marriage to non-Jews as “a problem“, but in countries like the UK, Jews are in the very forefront of the msm propaganda promoting race-mixing between British people and the blacks and browns etc; also the production of mixed-race children. Strange dichotomy…

Hotovely defended her decision at the time, saying, “it is important to me to check systems to prevent mixed marriages“…[Wikipedia]

Menachem Begin, a good example of the type often referred to as “the simulacrum of the human“…

Israel was created partly from those who were terrorists and the sweepings of the gutters of Europe. That might not be the whole story, but it is a significant part of it.

The seed grows into the plant. Israel is a centre for not only state terrorism but also large-scale criminal activity. The seed eventually grows into the plant, and the characteristics of the plant are already there in the seed, in germinal form…

Incidentally, and I cannot state it as a fact, having only seen it on Twitter etc, but if what I have seen online (in the past) is correct, the present Israeli Ambassador once said that Palestinian mothers and babies should be eliminated, in order to prevent Israel (Jews) being outnumbered over time by Arab births.

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“Panicdemic” news

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10190187/Care-home-chaos-commences-60-000-staff-sacked-overnight.html

The Boris-idiot government of clowns is beyond belief. 60,000 care home staff sacked overnight, against a background of existing staff shortages. Many of those employees will go straight onto the dole. Madness. Boris-idiot, Sajid Javid, and the ridiculous “advisers” have much to answer for.

The biosecurity police state draws ever-nearer…

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Such laws should have been passed in the UK, decades ago.

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Diary Blog, 29 August 2021

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Exactly: this is all a smokescreen laid down by an incompetent government and its tame scribblers at the Times, Telegraph, Spectator etc in order to try to blame one decent Englishman, an ex-Marines sergeant trying to help animals and people, for the fact that the UK and US governments have shown themselves unfit for purpose.

The UK bureaucracy and the Cabinet of Clowns are now using tame msm scribblers to —in effect— blame Pen Farthing for the shambolic way in which the withdrawal from Afghanistan has been handled. Look at this tweet by some bitch who is now the Defence Editor of the “Times “newspaper”:

Farthing did not “abandon” his Afghan staff. They were not allowed into the airport area. That was the decision either of the US Army, or of the Taliban. Yes, Farthing could have stayed in Kabul. That would have meant suffering and death for those 200 animals, possibly for him too, possibly for the Afghan staff of the charity (and yes, they are still in that same peril, but no worse peril because of his departure).

Farthing took a decision to save those he could. Easy to criticize someone faced with an impossible choice. MSM scribblers should take a wider view, not just be conduits for official propaganda.

As I thought yesterday, and before, this evil stupid government is trying to scapegoat Farthing for weeks, months, even years of shambolic British Government incompetence. Absolutely absurd, and absolutely disgusting.

Oh, and lookee here: expenses cheat and corrupt bastard ex-minister David Gauke (completely in the pocket of the Jewish/Israel lobby) decides to call the rescue of cats and dogs “sentimentality”.

Expenses freeloader Gauke was lucky not to have been exposed in the 2020 appeal of one of Alison Chabloz’s cases, an appeal that she won, in effect, when the CPS declined to provide disclosure of documents relating to how Gauke and/or others had been influenced behind the scenes by the fanatical Jew-Zionist pressure group, “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [“CAA”].

When the CPS declined to show the appeal judge [H.H. Judge Egbuna, sitting at Derby Crown Court] the documentation, the CPS response to Alison Chabloz’s appeal was abandoned and the conviction quashed (she had, at a much earlier stage, been released from prison on bail pending the appeal. She was in prison for 3-4 days, after having been sentenced by a magistrate).

After that, the “CAA” were desperate to “get” Alison Chabloz by making malicious complaints and, eventually, they did get her (she has, at time of writing, now again been in prison for two weeks), but that is another story.

Look at that idiot! Just someone with no real compassion or empathy who wants to virtue-signal how much he cares about “people” (in the abstract). Thinks he is clever calling the cats and dogs “hedgehogs”, in a failed attempt to devalue them. Sick little bastard.

Interesting…

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-9936693/MARY-HARRINGTON-Western-men-alienated-woke-culture-admire-Taliban.html

Not that I think that there is anything at all to admire in the Taliban barbarians. Still, good to see that some young people in the UK are waking up to “the enemies within”…

Saw this, too: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9936399/Secret-army-200-weapons-obsessed-ex-soldiers-plotting-attacks-vaccine-centres.html. Interesting, but for how long can such a group resist infiltration by State organs? The newspapers are already in, it seems.

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I have little interest in the “honours” now given out like confetti (won a football or rugby game overseas? Knighthood. Won an Olympic gold medal? Knighthood. Gave money to the Conservative Party? Peerage. Etc.), but it might redeem the honours system a little were really heroic and decent people to be so honoured.

Once again, that fine actor and animal advocate, Peter Egan [A Perfect Spy etc https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Perfect_Spy_(TV_series); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Perfect_Spy; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Egan] hits the right note.

Come to think of it, now that honours are given out freely to actors and actresses etc, why has Egan never received one? He has done a huge amount of work for suffering animals, especially in relation to the cruel bear bile trade in South East Asia.

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Very true, very logical, but that fails to take into account at the extent to which the Covid-19 “panicdemic” has been weaponized by the transnational conspiracy. Hence the fear propaganda for the past 19 months.

Not a white face. Not one.

Exactly. You see it in “Labour” pronouncements, and you see it in tweets from the Twitter-twits: “we support what the Conservatives are doing, but they should be doing it more efficiently, slightly fairer, and both wearing a facemask and bending the knee to the blacks“.

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Diary Blog, 9 August 2021

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A textbook example of the unreality that was Corbyn-Labour. Tweeter “@jrc1921” actually showcases the calculations of BBC journalist Chris Mason, and does not seek to say that they are inaccurate, but persists in the idea that planting 200 trees per minute (i.e. more than 3 every second!) is both “feasible” and ” relatively conservative”!

True, a British equivalent of the 1970s Khmer Rouge could, in principle, get millions of people planting trees, even on such a scale. 100 million trees per year could be planted, were every single adult of appropriate age to plant 2 trees per year.

The devil is in the administrative detail. That is the unreality. Organizing 50 million people to plant 1 tree each, every 6 months. How? Where?

Not that I am against tree planting. Au contraire. Let’s do some good! Let’s have some fun!

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2016/11/17/social-nationalism-and-green-politics/.

Political reality is what people can accomplish, and so to that extent is flexible, not fixed. Sometimes 2+2 can = 5… To that extent, I agree with the tweeter above, and not only with Chris Mason. Both are right, if you like…

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Exactly my position, in the mundane sense. I call it social nationalism.

Not sure why intelligent commentators such as Hitchens persist in trying to squeeze people and policies into the now almost meaningless “Left”/”Right” straitjacket(s).

…and guess (((who))) or (((what))) is behind most of the repression of opinion in the UK? The (((You know who)))…

Exactly. Two moribund political parties. For the electorate, a false binary choice with, in general, the same sort of policies coming out in the end (in government).

The early 1960s (or late 1950s) comment about “redbrick” university expansion, by (?) Kingsley Amis [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingsley_Amis], that “more will mean worse“, may have been partly snobbism, but God knows what he would have made of the 2021 situation, with so many “McUniversities” that one has not even heard the names of many of them; God only knows, also, what Amis would have thought of a Government minister (James Cleverly), whose “degree” is apparently in “Hospitality Management”; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Cleverly#Early_life_and_education.

Of course, the young people, say under 21, who support the nonsense put out by Extinction Rebellion and Greta Nut, were only 9 (or younger) when the chaotic and ludicrous 2009 Climate Change conference was held in Copenhagen. I remember it mainly for the little monkey who was President or Prime Minister for the Maldives, and who was constantly excitedly clapping above his head, especially when some delegates said that Europe should direct much money to countries facing inundation (in fact, 12 years on, and the Maldive islands are still there…). https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/The-Vote/2009/1220/Chaos-in-Copenhagen-behind-the-scenes-at-global-warming-summit

There may be climate change, in some degree (e.g. Australia is now certainly much hotter than it was in the 1960s when I was there), but that has happened throughout history. Humanity is only partly responsible. Moreover, whatever Britain, or even Europe does, is of small, indeed minimal, importance. Britain’s CO2 “emissions” are about 1% of the global whole.

“Climate change”, like “Covid-19” and other stuff (eg “Black Lives Matter” nonsense) has been distorted and weaponized by transnational conspirators, in order to impose an agenda. Call it “The Great Reset” (in part), if you like.

Ironic. The best way (perhaps the only way) in which Britain’s depleted navy could defend the UK now would be to sink the ships of the UK “Border Force”…

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[Lenin, with Krupskaya and cat]

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symphony_No._3_%22Symphonie_Liturgique%22_(Honegger)]
[Reichskanzlei, 1945]

Diary Blog, 1 July 2021, including Polling Day at the Batley and Spen by-election

Batley and Spen

So here we are. Polling Day at Batley and Spen.

It is worth remembering that, whatever opinion polling says, whatever the bookmakers and so the (nationwide) betting public say, whatever the pundits say, the decision rests with those who stand in the polling booths today (as well as with those who have already cast postal ballots).

My feeling, from a long distance, is still that the Conservative candidate will win. Labour supporters have been pushing out huge numbers of tweets, but one lesson of the past decade is the the Twitter twits are usually wrong about most things, especially the result of elections and referenda, andare far from being in touch with the British people as a whole.

I have already blogged about why I think that Labour will not win and why Labour deserves not to win. It has nothing to say any more, and is not really opposing the Boris-idiot “Conservative” NWO/ZOG regime at all.

As someone put it )with me adding a few words), were the “Conservatives” to reintroduce workhouses, Labour under Jewish-lobby puppet Starmer (etc) would say “we agree with the basic policy, but it should be carried out more fairly, more efficiently, as well as while bending the knee to Black Lives Matter nonsense, and also wearing a facemask”…

I saw a Novara Media piece. Interesting to see that Aaron Bastani, hardly on the same page as me ideologically, agrees with my basic diagnosis of Labour’s decline to irrelevance: https://novaramedia.com/2021/06/25/its-only-the-start-george-galloways-bid-for-batley-and-spen-could-leave-starmer-staring-into-the-abyss/

Assuming that the Conservative candidate wins the by-election (if so, largely by default), will Labour come second, or fall to third place. The pundits say that the probability is that Labour will find that second place, but I am unsure. My feeling is that Galloway might manage to beat Labor to that second position. As I have blogged, at first I thought that Galloway might only get 4%, maybe 5%, but soo realized that he was going to do better. How much better must still be uncertain. 10%? 20%?

It is not impossible that, if the Conservative candidate gets, say, 45%, and a host of minor candidates get a total of about 15%, that Labour and Galloway might each be around the 20% mark.

As I wrote yesterday, I do not care who wins Batley and Spen so long as Labour loses.

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Strange that some Starmer-Labour zealots think that it would make a difference to have Kim Leadbeater elected. If she is, Boris Johnson will still have a 80-seat Commons majority! If she is not elected, an 81-seat majority. Kim Leadbeater, who is in any case a pretty silly, uneducated, ignorant woman (from what I have seen of her online and on TV), can have no positive effect for the voters of Batley and Spen.

Batley and Spen would be better, objectively, either voting for Galloway, who will put the area in the spotlight, or electing the Conservative, if only because Government might listen to him, thus directing some investment or other help Batley’s way.

The experience of recent years indicates caution in accepting the betting market as a good forecaster of elections and referenda, but the odds are certainly strongly in favour of the Conservative Party. As for Labour v. Galloway, the result may be closer than the bettig odds seem to show.

Labour, as it now is, is totally toxic. Its silly but sincere leader, Corbyn, was ousted by a huge Israeli and “British” Jewish-lobby operation, one which eventually succeeded in installing Keir Starmer, a complete doormat for that lobby, and who has a Jewish wife and children who are actually being brought up as if fully-Jewish. This is the person who wants to be Prime Minister!

That operation also resulted in all the pseudo-Labour pro-Israel MPs getting promoted to the Shadow Cabinet and/or to other positions: Rachel Reeves, Lisa Nandy, Anneliese Dodds, even stupid Nia Griffith.

This is Neil Coyle: https://www.southwarknews.co.uk/news/neil-coyle-apologises-for-foul-mouthed-twitter-rant-over-rule-britannia-debate/; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Coyle#Brexit_and_Piers_Morgan.

Completely unfit for any public office. His Wikipedia entry (perhaps inexhaustive) indicates that his sole “job” before becoming a MP at age 39 was as a local councillor in South London (elected at age 32): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Coyle#Early_life_and_education.

This is the sort of blot who becomes an MP for the System parties these days.

Even some Jews speak against Israeli Zionist ethnic cleansing. For the victims, there will be no memorial (such as the “holocaust” visitor attraction Keir Starmer and Labour support being built next to the Palace of Westminster).

The opinion polling just above shows how out of touch the Labour Party is.

Various factions in the Labour Party assume that Labour as a party, as a major party, will continue indefinitely. That is not how history works.

The old Liberal Party provides a British example: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_Party_(UK). At peak, in 1906, the Liberals had 398 MPs out of 670. That declined to 6 (out of 630) by the 1950s; despite “revivals”, the Liberals never again had more than 17 MPs (out of 650). Later the Liberal Democrats (inc. the short-lived SDP) took up the flag, but to limited success. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_Party_(UK)#Electoral_performance

Society moved on, and politics with it. Again, the old Soviet Communist Party (CPSU) once ruled unchallenged. Now peripheral.

As I have repeatedly blogged, there is no place for Labour as a major party. It ditched any pretence at “socialism” after 1989, kept a “social democratic” figleaf during the Blair-Brown years, tried to recapture a “socialist” edge under Corbyn (which was partly but not very successful, and was then undermined by the Jewish Zionists and their non-Jew supporters and doormats in and outside the Parliamentary Labour Party). Now, Labour has become all but irrelevant.

The result is that Labour now has no ideology, no real identity, no real nationalism or even vague patriotism, and has become a party for the “blacks and browns”, some public service employees, some academics and students perhaps. Worse yet for Labour, the Muslim near-bloc vote is now defecting because Muslims have realized that Labour is now again completely under Jewish-Zionist control and/or influence.

Labour lost Scotland quite suddenly, in 2015. The result of years of taking the voters for granted. 46 MPs in 2010 became 1 MP in 2015.

Scottish Labour (Scottish Gaelic: Pàrtaidh Làbarach na h-Alba; officially the Scottish Labour Party) is a social democratic political party in Scotland. It is an autonomous section of the UK Labour Party. From a high of holding 56 of the 129 seats at the first Scottish parliament election in 1999, the Party has declined each election until getting just 22 MSPs elected at the 2021 election. The party currently holds one[7] of 59 Scottish seats in the UK House of Commons.” [Wikipedia].

Remember that smug little idiot, Jim Murphy? Was a university student for about 12 years but left without a degree! People (msm drones) even talked of him as a possible Prime Minister of the UK at one time! Now? Just one of Tony Blair’s salaried gophers…

After the disastrous results for Scottish Labour at the 2015 general election, Murphy set up a consultancy and became an advisor to the Finnish non-profit Crisis Management Initiative (CMI), advising on “conflict resolution in central Asia”.[94][95][96]

“In November 2016, Murphy took up an employed position as an adviser to former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair.[97][98]

In August 2018, Murphy paid for a full-page advert in the Jewish Telegraph in which he criticised Jeremy Corbyn for what he claimed was the party’s failure to root out anti-semitism. The article, which appeared on page three of the paper under the headline “In sorrow and anger – an apology”, accused Corbyn and his top team of being “intellectually arrogant, emotionally inept and politically maladroit”.” [Wikipedia] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Murphy.

He paid? Did he?…Ha. I wonder. He seems to be too much of a near-fraudulent moneygrubber to lay out large amounts of his own money…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Murphy#Expenses].

Apart from that, Murphy accused Corbyn as being “intellectually arrogant, emotionally inept and politically maladroit“! Well, leaving Corbyn’s flaws aside, look who’s talking! Ha ha! Comedy gold.

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That Natasa Pantelic, above, was the Labour candidate at the recent Chesham and Amersham by-election. She received 1.6% of the vote and came 4th.

Most of those “Labour canvassers” look like old Jews. Certainly fairly old, older than me (64), anyway… Since the departure of Corbyn, the young seem to have abandoned Labour. Without the whites, the Mulsim browns, and the young, Labour will soon be seriously struggling to remain a major party.

Jesus H. Christ! Kim Leadbeater, the “Labour” (for the past few weeks) candidate, is even thicker, and even less honest, than I had thought! Pumping out shite…Absolute shite. Common Purpose, “diversity”, multikulti shite!

Did she take any interest in the abused English girls in that part of the world? Come to think of it, did her sister, Jo Cox? I somehow doubt it.

Where can I buy a box of eggs? (only joking—TM Jo Brand…): https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/06/16/__trashed/

If that is “corruption”, it is hardly new! After all, what was nationalized industry from, say, 1950 or 1955 up to the 1980s? Nothing more really than a long-term bribe to miners, steelworkers, railwaymen, and many others. Same goes for “subsidies” to farmers. Come to that, even the Bolsheviks in 1917 promised “land and bread”…

In fact, if the voters of Batley and Spen think that the Government will favour areas with Conservative MPs (and that is probably correct), then what incentive is there to vote for the Labour candidate, who seems both dishonest and stupid, and who herself has no long allegiance to her new party anyway? She only joined “5 minutes” ago… She cannot help the voters of that area in the slightest.

So “decent” that she was unwilling to support the teacher driven out by Islamist extremists? So “decent” that she has said nothing about the abused girls in Yorkshire? So “decent” that she says nothing against migration invasion?

Let’s imagine that a party started which had reasonable social and economic policies, including national ownership of major utilities, a vibrant private economic sector, removal of disproportionate influence (and capital) from a (((certain))) part of the population, fair laws justly enforced, freedom of expression, freedom of religion, and Britain and its people put first. That and, also, concern for the green and pleasant land. Oh, and an end to migration invasion; an ethnostate. That really would interest the British people, whether you call such a party “Labour”, “Conservative”, or social nationalism…

Normally, de mortuis nihil nisi bonum, but in this case Griffin is certainly correct. Rumsfeld was never punished on Earth…

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…and that attitude shown by would-be MP Kim Leadbeater is exactly why Labour turned a blind eye to the rape of thousands of poor white girls by Pakistani (mostly) Muslims. Jo Cox was no different, I think.

To my mind, Kim Leadbeater has nothing to offer the Batley and Spen voters. Political experience— near-zero. Educational level— low. Moral courage— low, looking at how she refused to condemn the hounding of the Batley teacher, the Zionist influence over Labour, the rape of the abused white girls etc. She also ran away from hecklers (despite having an entourage) and refused to debate with George Galloway and others at a hustings.

Well, it is near 2000 hours, so I suppose that we shall soon have a better idea of which particular one of the “dirty democratic politicians” (as Hitler put it) will be soon sworn in as MP for Batley and Spen.

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Apart from that, “voting for change” is meaningless at a by-election which will result in the Government either having a Commons majority of 80 or a Commons majority of 81, and no general election in sight for years, probably (maybe only in 2024). That’s assuming “Labour” were capable of delivering useful change anyway (I think not).

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Diary Blog, 12 June 2021

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Well, I once again triumphed over John Rentoul, who only scored 3/10 this week. I always commend his honesty, though. I myself scored 6/10 this week. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 2, 6, and 9.

Ha ha! “Unusually“?! What about, just off the top of my head, “Boris”, Theresa May, David Cameron-Levita, Trump, George W. Bush, James Callaghan, Sarkozy, Yeltsin, Gorbachev, Honecker? Etc… The list is long.

Labour is going nowhere. The next two by-elections (Chesham and Amersham on 17 June 2021, and Batley and Spen on 1 July 2021), should give an idea of the state of play. At present, I am inclined to think that Batley will fall to the Conservatives, and that Chesham and Amersham will result in a Conservative win, and with a Labour lost deposit (maybe).

Quelle surprise: the opinion of the CIA carries more weight than the opinion of the American people with the US Government…

Load up! Load up!…

About one and a quarter million acres of private gardens exist in the UK. A crucial reservoir and sanctuary for animals, birds, insects, trees and bushes. These often-modest private spaces are a very important environmental element.

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That Harwood person seems to be a component of the fake political-cultural debate, there to give the illusion of pseudo-national “takeback”. If you like, the mirror image of Owen Jones (as fake “revolutionary” scribbler), or a more mainstream “Prison Planet” Watson.

Exactly. The “cases” are almost all a mirage. No symptoms at all, or in some cases mild flu-like symptoms (though influenza can of course be fatal).

Many people are still fooled by the “panicdemic”, which is in a way unsurprising, after nearly a year and a half of truly relentless msm propaganda across the world. All the same, there are many people who can see that the virus scare has been weaponized for other purposes.

…and The Camp of the Saints was written as, or as if, fiction, rather like The Protocols of Zion (reality clothed in literary fantasy)…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Camp_of_the_Saints;

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..and so it came to pass…

The Displaced; Migrant Brothers; Lights in the Distance – reviews | Refugees  | The Guardian

To create a better world, we do not need a majority, or even a large minority, but only faith and relentless determination. Quality not quantity.

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I like the bit “do you know how hard it is [to say a few glib words on TV]?”…! These msm idiots are so up their own rear ends, it is not true! Some local TV news talking head marionette in Birmingham.

The most wealthy are buying up land all over the world, at premium prices, regardless. New Zealand, USA, Australia, and also in the UK. For example, James Dyson has bought vast tracts in Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Lincolnshire: https://www.fwi.co.uk/business/dyson-farming-empire-now-worth-more-than-500m; https://abcfinance.co.uk/blog/who-owns-the-uk/

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Diary Blog, 10 May 2021, with thoughts about Rachel Reeves and the floundering Labour Party

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Labour “getsmuchworse”

I happened to see the tweet below, which mentions events from eight years ago.

Now Rachel Reeves is back in the news, having been appointed Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer by Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer.

What do we know about Rachel Reeves? Wikipedia has this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Reeves.

I have been trying to discover whether Rachel Reeves is part-Jewish. No firm conclusion, though my instinct says yes. Be that as it may, the Labour Party is something of a family business for Rachel Reeves and her sister Ellie [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellie_Reeves]: both Labour Party MPs, and the sister, Ellie Reeves, is married to another Labour MP, John Cryer [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Cryer].

All are pro-Israel, as far as I have been able to discover. Certainly Rachel Reeves is. She is the Vice-Chair of Labour Friends of Israel, supports the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation, and has even written one chapter of a book which was effectively Israeli propaganda.

Rachel Reeves is married to one Nicholas Joicey, a former Treasury civil servant who is currently Finance Director-General at the Department of Work and Pensions [DWP]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Joicey. He was at one time speechwriter for Gordon Brown.

A few indicators to Rachel Reeves’ character and views:

Reeves was named in 2011 by The Guardian newspaper as being one of several MPs who employ unpaid interns, a practice that some maintain may breach the National Minimum Wage Act 1998.” [Wikipedia]

In 2013, she caused controversy, especially among the left-wing members of the Labour Party, by stating that they would be “tougher” than the Conservative Party in cutting benefits.” [Wikipedia]

She caused controversy in early 2015 by stating “We [Labour] don’t want to be seen, and we’re not, the party to represent those who are out of work”.” [Wikipedia]

Reeves’ parliamentary credit card was stopped at the start of 2015, owing to a debt of £4,033.63, which she subsequently repaid.[33] In 2018, she claimed £188,686 in expenses, of which £149,514 was in staffing costs and £22,089 in office costs, £30,422 more than the average parliamentary claim of £158,264.” [Wikipedia]

So there we have it. Once you take away some kind of early-ingrained Labour tribalism, there is nothing “socialist” or even “social-democratic” there. I am not certain that she can even be described as an example of “managerial socialism” or the like, in the latter-day Blair-Brown sense.

Rachel Reeves is an economist, and I am sure that she has no difficulty separating the concept of running a national economy from that of running one’s own domestic finances, but her apparent inability to prevent herself running up (interest-free?) credit card debt (paid for by the taxpayer?) does sit awkwardly both with her new status and with her former pronouncements attacking the unemployed, poor, those on State benefits etc. Particularly as she and her husband (his salary being about £170,000 p.a.) are getting about half a million pounds in pay, expenses and perks annually out of the public purse…

Where does that leave the Labour Party? Up that well-known creek without a paddle, arguably.

As I have repeatedly blogged, the Labour Party now has almost nothing in common with what it was in 1930, 1960, 1990, or even 2000. The same could be said of the Conservative Party, but we are talking about Labour at present.

The Keir Starmer and Rachel Reeves Labour Party will find it hard to appeal to any defined bloc of voters. Even in 2010 (after “Labour” had brought in the ATOS carpetbaggers etc), the poorer sections of society could still view Labour as at least better, less harsh, than the Conservative Party. Now (and now that Corbyn and his supporters have been purged), it is hard to see that voter-demographic as bothering to go out to vote Labour.

Another bloc of voters, those not “affluent” but not actually poor, also probably see nothing to vote for in the Starmer and Reeves Labour Party.

What about the more affluent? Maybe. Some. The metropolitan pro-EU types. Those, maybe. However, they are a minority, a fairly small minority. We have just seen that Labour’s new (supposed) stronghold, London, almost toppled Sadiq Khan from the Mayoralty, despite the fact that the Conservative Party put up a West Indian who was almost a joke candidate.

Labour is said to have a great deal more traction among “the young”, whether that means the under-25s or just under-40s. Perhaps, but whether that will be true now that stale Starmer and Reeves are in control, I wonder. Maybe not.

Labour may find itself reduced to being a niche party for certain black-brown “communities”, and for some of the publicly-paid employees.

Then there is the question of the SNP, the only bloc of MPs likely to give support (on conditions) to any minority Labour government which might be formed somewhere down the line. If Scotland breaks away, that is Labour’s last lifeline gone.

There was much to laugh at in Corbyn-Labour, but this Starmer/Reeves idea of a “managerial”, or “we can run workhouses better!” pseudo-Labourism is doomed from the start.

If Labour wants to have even a semblance of a chance at electoral success, it has to get rid of Starmer, Reeves and their like.

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Where Jews exist in any but very small numbers, non-Jews will always be exploited, and can never be free. That is as true in Europe (and including the UK) as it is in the Middle East.

We in the UK are as much occupied as are the Palestinians; the (((control))) in the UK is simply more sophisticated.

So what? What does it matter whether it is “anti-Semitic”? There is nothing wrong with being “anti-Semitic”. Au contraire…

[addendum: I used to have a copy of Margarete Buber-Neumann’s book of her life (up to 1949), Under Two Dictators. She found life as a prisoner under German rule, though hard indeed, far easier than in Stalin’s prisons and labour camps: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margarete_Buber-Neumann; https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.227294]

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Non-Jewish but fervently pro-Israel tweeter Emma Picken opines thus:

Perhaps Jerusalem would be more peaceful if Jewish supremacists did not hold an annual “conquerors’ celebration” march through the East Jerusalem Arab Muslim neighbourhoods currently celebrating Ramadan; or if Jews stopped trying to steal the homes of the Arabs (Palestinians) and evict those families so that Jew extremist families can go from Tel Aviv and New York City to live in those stolen houses? Just a thought, as people say…

I blogged about Bitcoin well over three years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/12/10/thoughts-about-bitcoin/

Interesting. I have to admit that I had not heard of the Yorkshire Party before today.

Good to see that “European Housewife” is still around.

Long long ago, in the mid-1970s, I knew a woman, now I imagine long-deceased, whose maiden name was de Lusignan. The de Lusignans were the Norman rulers of Cyprus about 900 years ago.

That woman, rumoured to be part-Afghan despite the other supposed ancestry, had something of the look of “European Housewife”. I remember her well. I last encountered her when exiting the Aeroflot office in London, sometime in the early/mid 1990s. She was walking down Piccadilly. I would probably not have recognized her, not immediately, but a lady accompanying me did, at a slight distance too. There was a brief conversation on the pavement. The de Lusignan lady was amazed when it was pointed out to her that I was the Ian she had known in 1976. She had not at all recognized me.

Diane Abbott

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9561493/They-dont-Diane-Abbott-says-Keir-Starmer-campaigning-bring-free-movement.html

Between Diane Abbott and Rachel Reeves, Labour is doomed…

Rudolf Hess

I am reminded that today is the anniversary of the gallant and quixotic attempt by Rudolf Hess to call a halt to the conflict between the German Reich and the British Empire: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Hess#Attempted_peace_mission; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Hess.

What a better world we would all now be living in had the Second World War either not started (on the Western Front especially), or had it stopped in 1940 (after Dunkirk), or even had it stopped, or been limited in its scope, in and after 1941.

[Rudolf Hess with Professor Haushofer, c.1920]
[Rudolf Hess, Nuremberg, 1934]

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