The “Jack Monroe”/”Bootstrap Cook” storm shows no sign of abating, with more and more stories coming out about vulnerable and actually poor people (i.e. unlike “Jack Monroe”) being, in effect, fleeced.
What was her fee? Or did she do it for the publicity and msm “validation”?
Same thing happened with the threat(s) by “Jack Monroe”/”Bootstrap Cook” to sue (in defamation) MP Lee Anderson and political commentator Martin Daubney. It appears that (so far— she has about 5 months or so left in which to launch an action, in principle), not only has no legal process been launched, but there has been no pre-action correspondence as mandated by the Pre-Action Protocols of the Civil Procedure Rules. Chances are that “Bootstrap Cook” never will sue those two, or anyone else.
The Katie Hopkins case was different. Ms. Hopkins had no arguable defence and was a sitting duck. “Jack Monroe” got £24,000 damages, while the claimant’s lawyers got, in effect, Ms. Hopkin’s house, that had to be sold in order to satisfy the costs order made. About £300,000.
Ha ha. Of all the products from the “Jack Monroe” fantasy factory, the “I was so poor that I had to boil down soap to make shower gel” (and/or “shampoo“) claim must be among the top few in the utterly-ludicrous stakes. It actually makes me wonder whether she makes up ever-more-fantastical stories just to see where the gullibility of her supporters stops; meaning at what point do they wake up to such lies, and/or stop donating to her (lifestyle)?
I suppose that it is just possible that she actually did boil down soap to make shower gel, mad and implausible though that would be; in my opinion, she never did.
I myself like Waitrose Sea Moss shower gel. It costs 90p for a bottle that lasts maybe 3 weeks (with me, at least; used once daily). No-one is going to tell me that buying soap, boiling it somehow, despite energy cost, and then somehow making shower gel out of it (is that even possible?) is cheaper than spending about 30p a week on proper shower gel. Also, Sea Moss from Waitrose is not even the cheapest; no doubt Aldi, Lidl, Tesco have even cheaper alternatives.
Or one could just shower with soap, as did previous generations.
Same goes, mutatis mutandis, for shampoo, except that soap would not be so good in that role.
What I find incredible is how long she has been able to keep this going. It says a lot about how poor the UK msm is that no journalist has thought to investigate her claims or to find out which (if any) are actually true. And where are the “consumer watchdog” journalists and TV talking heads? Hundreds if not thousands of people appear to have been duped or bamboozled into sending money— tens, and maybe hundreds, of thousands of pounds.
Meanwhile, millions of people are in real poverty and get nothing, or very little.
Advice from what seems to me to be a rotten cook (not that I can cook much either, admittedly) about how to make curry by opening a tin of sardines and a can of peaches, mixing the two together with curry powder and heating the mixture in a microwave, is not very helpful, in my opinion. Frankly, it sounds terrible. I would rather open the sardines, put them on a piece of toast, then eat the peaches separately later. In fact, I should prefer a plain baked potato to that mixture.
Ha. In fact the “award” mentioned was an “Observer Food” award a few months ago, voted for by Observer readers, few of whom are “poor” or “struggling”. In fact, the voters are exactly the same sort of people (and quite likely the very same people) who support “Jack Monroe” vocally on Twitter. The Guardian is of course the sister paper to the Observer.
“Activism“, meaning “promoting oneselfas a campaigner, and making a lucrative career out of it“…
The present government has no idea how to stop the flow, and no real wish to stop it. Google “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan”.
Britain must become a white northern European ethnostate (again).
It is not, fundamentally, a question of “hate” but based on the concept that only the European peoples can provide the basis for the next advance in human evolution.
667 “mugs” and/or dupes, as of today; thousands of pounds month after month, in cash (minus Patreon fees).
“Jack Monroe” is not a lawyer, and not a consumer law expert or anything similar. Her only known job (as far as I know anyway) was answering the telephone at a fire station or call centre, and that ended about 11 years ago. Her “Bootstrap Cook” thing is far more lucrative, it seems.
People in financial trouble need accurate advice, from trusted sources.
As of today, 667 “patrons” (mugs and/or those who are unaware of the storm now enveloping the “Bootstrap Cook”); I believe that there were over 800 earlier in the year.
As blogged earlier, only in a country where real journalism is all but dead would someone be able to do all that without facing serious questions after a while.
Still, look at “Boris”-idiot, who was able to fool much of the UK that he was a highly-intelligent, cultured, and serious, statesman, when none of those three are true (four things, if you include “statesman“). All it took was the fact that he had attended Eton and Oxford, and the expression of a few rote-learned Greek and Latin phrases. He also was “enabled” by a corrupt and stupid msm.
Incidentally, I thought that the monthly maximum that “Jack Monroe” was extracting from each of her “patrons” (mugs) on Patreon had been reduced to £10, but it turns out that £44 is still the max. Her monthly take-home pay from that source alone, for doing absolutely nothing, is therefore between £2,334.50 and £29,348, minus the Patreon fees, if any. In cash. Every month.
Incidentally, while writing this, I found out that, contrary to what I had read and heard previously, Johnny Cash had no American Indian/Native American ancestry at all but was mainly of Scottish and English ancestry (see that Wikipedia article). Another surprise is that he was apparently a distant cousin of the (UK) Conservative Party MP, Bill Cash [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Cash].
“One in five bar staff are now graduates and experts say it is because university leavers find it increasingly hard to find professional work.
Nineteen per cent of bar workers went to university, compared with 3 per cent 30 years ago, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) found.
The research, based on data from 6,000 workers, also found that 17 per cent of waiters are graduates, compared with 2 per cent three decades ago.
The same is true of 14 per cent of retail staff, 15 per cent of care workers and 24 per cent of security guards.
It comes amid growing fears that many youngsters are taking ‘Mickey Mouse’ degrees, which do not properly prepare them for professional work. Around half of young people now study for a degree.
Not a new problem but one which has undoubtedly become worse over the years. I had a friend in the mid-1980s who told me that all of his colleagues in the Covent Garden branch of Oddbins (a wine —and other booze— chain, now pretty much washed-up) were graduates, as was he himself (in his case, from a leading dance institute).
My solution to both the general dumbing-down (which I noticed when in practice at the Bar, talking to or listening to younger barristers), and to the “Mickey Mouse degree” problem, would be as follows:
Firstly, the State must assess students based on a number of criteria. Those assessed as being in the top 10% to get full grants, both tuition and living; the next 20% to get grants, but at a lower level; the rest to get free tuition but no other help.
Secondly, more (free and/or indeed paid) vocational training for a number of jobs; successful completion to be regarded as degree-equivalent. Examples: medical careers, police, Army, many business-related fields. This was the case until quite recently even in what are now regarded as “degree-only” professions. For example, up to the late 1970s, it was possible to be Called to the Bar without a degree (by doing a 2-year, rather than 1-year, Bar Finals course). The same was true of the solicitors’ profession.
It would be short-sighted for the State only to fund the hard sciences, or quite strictly vocational degrees such as law or medicine, but there have to be priorities set, and if (as now) there is a near-emergency in relation to shortages of nurses and doctors, then that is one area that must surely be prioritized.
The whole educational field needs a reboot. Some parts of it, indeed, just need “the boot”.
I have mentioned hypocrite Bryant several times over the years on this blog. No point in exposing his deceit again…
As blogged previously, the NHS is a fine idea, is still often good, but is now a shoestring service, the main selling point of which is that it is free at point of use. It needs root and branch reform.
Liam Fox: corrupt, a Conservative Friends of Israel member, not a nice person in several ways. Blots like this purport to rule over better people.
Never trust a doctor who becomes a politician: Liam Fox, Sarah Wollaston, Hastings Banda (fed opponents to the crocodiles), Papa Doc Duvalier (murderous dictator of Haiti), David Owen (CIA/NWO), Che Guevara (murderous Communist revolutionary) etc.
The more I read or hear about “Jack Monroe”, the “Bootstrap Cook”, the less (it seems to me) her whole story and set-up stacks up. I recently blogged about her (I do not accept the stupid “they” pronoun nonsense), and so have little to add today.
“Ukraine” is merely the convenient field of action for the latest NWO/ZOG attempt to control Russia. The struggle has been going on since at least 1989, and arguably far longer.
Late tweets seen
…”the lunacy of their solution“…which, in relation to the “panicdemic” meant shutting down the economy of the UK —and much of the Western world— for 1-2 years (now, a year or three on, about to cause a massive recession and maybe slump), making everyone wear completely useless facemasks, making people line up outside supermarkets 6 feet apart (until the were inside…and while going to the pub opposite was fine…); not to mention the ludicrous “Rule of Six” made up by “Boris”-idiot, and then of course, finally, the “vaccinations” and “boosters”, which scarcely impact “Covid” but which have caused an epidemic of heart attacks and other “excess deaths” across the world.
..as are the “Conservatives”. Two faces of the System.
Pathetic, nicht wahr? Here we have the very richest man in the world, valued at USD 195 BILLION (£171 Billion) i.e. $195 thousand million (!), an intelligent man, and not a conformist, yet he is allowing a pack of Jews to dictate to him, and/or (via large companies and advertisers) to blackmail him.
Note the (((typical))) desire to censor, to punish, and to recruit sneaks and informers.
I used to know parts of the Netherlands fairly well, about 40 or so years ago. My Dutch friends have, over the years, seen their city (Amsterdam) and country trashed, and their way of life ruined both culturally and economically: migration invasion, toleration of marijuana (etc), and a pseudo-liberal multikulti State and society which pretends to be terribly compassionate etc, but has evil at its heart. The medical and health system is but one example.
Yes, there are still foreigners who move to Amsterdam, think it wonderful etc, just as there is always a new generation of naive provincials who come to London, and think it great (for a while).
By the way, some readers will recall that the Jewish lobby got Alison Chabloz banned from entering France for 40 years, if I recall aright.
“It fits the definition of madness to propose more austerity. But that, along with higher interest rates, is what’s coming.
Here’s the current state of the nation. The economy is going backwards. National output is lower than it was at the start of the pandemic. Property prices have started to fall. Households have started to increase the amount they save in anticipation of hard times ahead. Living standards are falling because wages are not keeping up with prices. Despite the government’s price cap, average energy bills are double what they were a year ago. Officials are “war-gaming” the possibility of week-long energy blackouts this winter. NHS Englandhas more than 7 million people on its waiting lists. Food bank usage is soaring.
And what’s the response to this? Well, the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee is about to raise interest rates for an eighth meeting in a row, because it is worried that high inflation will set off a wage-price spiral. The City expects a 0.75 percentage-point increase to 3%, and a signal from Threadneedle Street of more to come. The Bank knows what it is doing will cause pain, but says that’s better than even more pain later.
If there was really such a thing as a fiscal black hole, it might be a good idea to fill it, but the idea that Britain is about to sucked into a vortex because it is running a budget deficit is a fairytale.
David Blanchflower, a member of the MPC during the global financial crisis, says the UK looks set to repeat the policy mistakes made back then – and his warning is timely. In September 2008, a month before Royal Bank of Scotland came within hours of running out of cash, the Bank was considering raising interest rates because it feared inflation would become embedded. The real threat, as Blanchflower pointed out at the time, was of a monster recession. Within months, official borrowing costs had been cut from 5% to a then record low of 0.5%.
The Treasury is living proof of the notion that insanity is doing the same thing over again and expecting a different result. In 2010, just as the economy was starting to recover from the crash, George Osborne decided that the time was right to start hacking away at the budget deficit. Just as today, tax increases and spending cuts were deemed vital to keep the financial markets sweet.
An early critique of Osbornomics came from Ed Balls in August 2010, when he was pitching to become leader of the Labour party. Yes, Balls said, there needed to be a credible plan to reduce the budget deficit and the national debt, but only when the economy had fully recovered. By doing too much too soon, the coalition government was “undermining the very goals of market stability and deficit reduction which their policies are designed to achieve.”
Balls was making a straightforward Keynesian argument. JM Keynes did not believe in permanent budget deficits, and thought in good times that the state’s income should exceed its spending. But he was adamant that it was self-defeating to tighten policy during a downturn, as happened during the Great Depression. Doing so would make matters worse in every respect: slower growth, higher unemployment and a bigger deficit.
The same applies now, only more so. Things are worse than in 2010 because then, the Bank of England kept borrowing costs at rock-bottom levels while the Treasury imposed its austerity programme. Currently, both the Bank and the Treasury are tightening policy at the same time: a policy stance guaranteed to make the recession deeper and longer.
It is not just that unemployment and poverty will rise. Cuts to capital spending will mean more productivity-sapping delays on the country’s creaking infrastructure. The ill health that explains some of the absence of the over-50s from the labour force calls for more spending on the NHS. There is a case for lower taxes to stimulate investment, targeted at small and medium-sized businesses.
But even though it should be obvious that more austerity will make structural economic problems worse, the UK is firmly in the grip of a technocratic, economic orthodoxy that insists budgets must be balanced, inflation tamed and markets kept sweet. The consensus among the commentariat is that there is no real alternative to what the Bank and the Treasury are doing. Credibility is the priority.
This argument has been deployed before. It was used in 1925, when the consensus agreed there was no alternative to putting the pound back on the gold standard. It was used in 1990, when the consensus was that there was no alternative to joining the exchange rate mechanism. Eventually, the “no gain without pain” approach was seen to lack credibility, and abandoned. But only after immense damage was done.“
I thought it worthwhile to copy/paste quite a lot of that Guardian analysis partly because the simplistic Mrs. Thatcher-style “housewife’s shopping basket” kind of economic discussion is all too widespread, both in the mass media and amid the public— State funds (and overall money in the country) thought of as gold coins in a large chest kept at the Treasury (no doubt monitored by “the King in his counting-house“, in the words of the nursery rhyme).
I have little time for Ed Balls as a politician (and still less for his ghastly wife, Yvette Cooper) but, as a trained economist, he was right a decade or so ago. The part-Jew George Osborne mortally wounded the UK’s economy via the 2010-2015 (really 2010-2020) “austerity” nonsense. The economy is still declining.
It is more than slightly interesting to see msm political commentators noting that, behind the removal of Liz Truss and woolly-head Kwarteng, and behind the Rishi Sunak government, George Osborne has been both active and influential.
Still, politically, and from the standpoint of social-nationalism, the conditions likely to be engendered by these crazy policies may promote an upsurge which might turn into a real national revolution. It’s getting to the point where the UK desperately needs one.
What struck me was that the 11 “stranded asylum-seekers” (migrant-invaders and/or illegal economic migrants) were not only released from actual Home Office/Border Force custody and taken to London, where “volunteers” from some charity spent £450 on clothing for them, but were then picked up by taxi at Home Office expense, driven all the way to Norwich (!) and checked into some hotel! Again, of course, at Home Office (Government/taxpayers’) expense.
I wonder what would happen were I to be (as I very nearly have been a few times in my life) homeless and penniless on the streets of London tomorrow. Would I be fitted-out at once by a charity? Would I then be driven across country in a taxi, before being placed in a Norwich hotel, at State expense? The very idea is ludicrous.
The migration invasion must be stopped and the invaders repatriated, expelled, got rid of…whatever. As to “our” government and the whole present system, it works against our interests and future… and should be toppled.
“Heroes kicked OUT so migrants can be let IN: Lifeboat crew on training course are thrown out of three-star hotel to make way for asylum seekers… as ‘thousands of migrants are put up in FIVE-STAR hotels, with one in four resorts block-booked for MONTHS’“
Britain needs a real social-national government, and a real —British version of the— SS.
— England in 1971: not a black or brown face seen in that TV series, which I recall watching at the time. Not one Albanian. Not one Arab. Not one Jew, even. Britain in 1971 may have had problems but, all the same, and in that sense, and some others, bliss… (I remember 1971 well, having been 14-15 then).
Of course, the problem is that (perhaps orchestrated on some level behind the scenes), the present “Conservative” chaos may lead in turn to a Labour Party “elected dictatorship” with new dictatorial legislation preventing discussion of anything racial or ethno-cultural, or of Jewish behavioural traits. There may even be “holocaust” “denial” laws, bearing in mind that Keir Starmer is married to a Jewish woman, that their children are being brought up as if fully-Jewish, and that Starmer is a fervent member of Labour Friends of Israel, as are all members of the present Shadow Cabinet.
If that happens, there may be only one way to fight the encroaching tyranny.
Maybe change that tweet of Neil’s to “time to punish corrupt System MPs and newspaper scribblers“?
As blogged previously, if I were to return to Twitter (having been expelled at the instigation of a pack of Jews in 2018), I would only do so in order to promote the blog, but in that event might pay the ~£6 a month and get the blue tick just to annoy that same Jew-Zionist pack.
Lunatics, who applaud the invaders who, with millions of others and the offspring of the same, will turn this country into a black/brown hellhole unless stopped.
“Without accommodation or assistance“? What kind of post-Kafka nightmare is this, where illegal migrant-invaders demand —and usually get, as these did in the end— taxis, hotels, food, and pocket-money, but the British poor are left to struggle for shelter, or for food in unheated homes?
What nightmare is this?
When the British people work that out, watch out…
Comment unnecessary, I think…
I have always been opposed to capital punishment, perhaps influenced by Dostoyevsky’s famous novel Crime and Punishment, in which the murderer, Raskolnikov, eventually admits his crime, and is sentenced to long years (I think 20 years) of imprisonment with hard labour in Siberia, ultimately emerging as a better man or, as Dostoyevsky either writes or implies, “redeemed“.
A thin small boy, tortured mercilessly by a bullying man and by his own mother.
Even 39 years minimum seems inadequate as punishment for such monstrous and seemingly inhuman (or subhuman) individuals, particularly when served in English prisons, some of which are unpleasant or even horrible but some not so bad; that last particularly applies to the women’s prison(s) where the depraved mother will be held. In brief, they will probably not suffer enough, especially the woman.
It is a big thing for me to say that perhaps, in some cases, the death penalty might be appropriate, after many many years of trying to argue for mercy —life— for persons convicted or murder (not in court— I was never much of a criminal practitioner, and was never on that level of criminal defence, though I nearly got one murder in the early 1990s).
I once argued, at dinner in Lincoln’s Inn, against capital punishment. Seated at table next to me, Lord Justice Parker took the opposite view. He seemed a rather unpleasant man, but he may have been at least partly right.
I wonder whether, in a rare case of the above sort, the death penalty might be appropriate. Not some semi-medicalized type such as the American lethal injection or gas, but something carried out in public, and with some element of movement in it— hanging, beheading by axe, or the guillotine.
Those awaiting such a fate would have to be given a little time to contemplate the awfulness of what would be about to happen to them; and, as said, the execution(s) should be in public.
Not nice thoughts. I think that I shall park such thoughts there and move on to something else. All the same, the murdered boy cries out for justice, and the murderers are not, as yet, punished according to the full measure of their deeds.
The charitable sector has been trashed over the years by several factors: the government subsidies paid to many charities; the tendency for the top few staff to be paid inordinate amounts, in some cases several hundred thousand pounds per year; the infiltration into important positions by “woke” or “politically correct” activists.
Ha. Yes, except that “holocaust” should always be lower case and in quotation marks if used in reference to the Jews and WW2.
This is what she tweeted:
I have already noted the “shuffling-off” of that person [see blog, earlier today].
Presumably, Rose (like the Bank of England) wants to choke off demand in order to suppress inflation. The danger, of course, is that, after the harsh medicine, you control inflation, yes, have sound money, yes, a “sound pound” if you like, but also have a pretty dead economy, high unemployment, and continuing recession. You might even get the recession as well as high inflation (“stagflation”).
The Home Office is already well and truly “invaded” in the lower ranks, and under (((control))) in the higher echelons…
In the end, Russia will either prevail in the conflict or become, yet again, and as in the 1990s, just a huge area in which exploitative Jews and others make money at the expense of the Russian people and the Russian (and European) future.
Once you start to slide down the slope of socio-political and cultural madness, it is uncertain whether there is a lowest point.
Bryant is indeed a massive hypocrite, as befits a failed C. of E. clergyman.
Also, former London manager for the very sinister Common Purpose organization [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Purpose_UK], which has been responsible for infiltrating so many inferior candidates into powerful administrative positions, and so undermining good administration, government, and public confidence.
A member of Labour Friends of Israel, very tied-up with the Jewish lobby, e.g. on Twitter (the Jews on Twitter always support him).
“Bryant claimed over £92,000 in expenses over the five years leading up to the 2009 scandal over MPs’ expenses. During that time he flipped his second-home expenses twice. He claimed mortgage interest expenses that started at £7,800 per year before rising (after flipping) to £12,000 per year. He also claimed £6,400 in stamp duty and other fees on his most recent purchase, and £6,000 per year in service charges.” [Wikipedia]
(just some of what Bryant has tucked away over the years…).
“In December 2020, Bryant became engaged in a row with the Commons speaker, Lindsay Hoyle. The disturbance started with Bryant heckling the Prime Minister while standing near to a door. The Speaker informed Bryant that social distancing rules meant he needed to move and he then instructed Bryant to sit in one of the seats intended for use by MPs. Some of those present thought that Bryant then uttered an offensive expletive back to the Speaker although Bryant denied this. Bryant then exited the chamber of the Commons while the Speaker called for him. Some moments after the Speaker had denounced Bryant’s “disgraceful behaviour”, Bryant returned to the chamber to engage in what appeared to be a heated discussion with the speaker. Hoyle said: “Mr Bryant, I think we need to have this conversation later” and Bryant left the chamber.”
“He was ridiculed by the press in 2003 when he posted a picture of himself wearing only underpants on a gay dating site, Gaydar. Bryant later reflected upon the affair, saying, “It was a wound but it’s a rather charming scar now.” [Wikipedia].
So polluted is the House of Commons that this is the grubby person the MPs voted in as Chairman of the Standards Committee!
For once, I agree with Chris Bryant. Hancock has basically abandoned his position as MP, abandoned his constituents, and degraded his status as MP for one reason only— to make money. Newspapers are reporting that his fee for appearing on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here is around £350,000, about 10 years pay for the average person, and far more than that for the majority of British people. The stint in the contrived “jungle” will last, at most, one month, apparently.
Hancock may need the money, especially if he fails to recover the Conservative whip by the time of the next general election. I think that it is quite likely that he will not be the Conservative candidate at West Suffolk, in which case he loses not only the £84,000 p.a. salary as MP, but all those lovely expenses, including the costs of his London second home.
Once Hancock has done the two TV shows, I cannot see him morphing into a mass media celebrity on a continuing basis; he just does not have much of a personality, still less an attractive or pleasing one.
Abandon support for the corrupt dictatorship of the Jew Zelensky in Kiev, restore economic and cultural links with Russia, and construct a pipeline to bring Russian gas at near-cost price to the UK, to warm British homes and to fuel British industry.
Organizations that provide little “security” and/or “intelligence” for this country, but at vast cost.
Another example of how the UK is sliding down rather quickly now.
An odd minor aspect is that the interviewee seems to be white European, yet speaks in a kind of semi-Jamaican patois.
More tweets seen
What is the point in throwing more money at “Defence” when Britain’s armed forces cannot and indeed will not defend the people of Britain against invasion by black/brown hordes who are at best contemptuous of us (and often hostile and/or criminal)?
As for “supporting” Ukraine, forget it. We should cut off all money and arms being supplied to the Kiev regime, because a. it is not our fight (we as a nation have nothing to do with it); b. only with Russian trade and other links can the UK make something out of Brexit; c. the Russians can supply to us the energy we need to keep Britain warm and working.
Britain 2022— cannabis abuse and alleged criminality
…and while the migration-invasion continues, and begins to really be noticed by the public, Indian supposed “clever boy” and money-juggler Sunak is going off to talk nonsense with other useless “leaders” at Cairo. You really could not make it up.
“A particular in-group being vastly overrepresented“? Call them what they are— a pack of Jews.
The msm, predictably, more concerned about the desperate petrol-bombing apparently carried out by some poor fellow probably driven beyond endurance by the migration-invasion, and by the trashing of his country, than by the fact that very nearly 1,000 of the bastards arrived yesterday alone, many having been ferried across by the disgraced RNLI, Border Force (Farce?), possibly also by Royal Navy etc.
Jewish-lobby puppet Jenrick is all too happy to destroy Britain’s race and culture.
As noted before, most British people are so polite even today. They carefully try to drag the “Just Stop Oil” sub-terrorists out of the road, rather than giving as many as possible a kick in the head, or (as I myself might well have been tempted to do, had I been there) simply rolling slowly over the bastards in my heavy car.
Look at the video clip of the young woman dragging a “protester” bigger than her. Why are others in cars, especially men, not helping her, but just sitting there watching, doing nothing, or nothing beyond hooting their car horns?
No wonder this country is being invaded by migrant-invader untermenschen, no wonder the streets are becoming unsafe in many areas, and no wonder the freeloading bastards at Westminster just continue to exploit us and lie to us, while shoving their snouts deeper into the trough!
This trans nonsense has to stop. Perhaps, as a society, we should be a good deal more “Darwinian” about it all, before our society just sinks into a swamp of hopelessness.
Left to their own devices, the blacks would be back to living in shacks and mud huts within a single generation. Look around the world: Haiti, Liberia etc. Any majority black country, even given white European minority populations, European help and money etc, will decline. It is happening to South Africa now, and has already happened in the rest of black Africa.
Anyone wondering why the Government, the “Opposition”, the various System political parties do nothing but actually encourage mass immigration (including cross-Channel migration-invasion) need only Google “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan“.
The solution is to stop invaders arriving, even if that means the use of harsh methods. That, and removal of, or elimination of, those already here.
…and are allowed to just do it, apart from a couple of brave passers-by and one security guard who tried to stop these sub-terroristic idiots.
How about “looking after the British people properly“? MPs are almost all useless, weaselling, wastes of space.
Stop talking about the so-called “refugees” as anything other than economic migrants and/or migrant invaders.
As for “war zones”, this is often misleading. When I was in Rhodesia in 1977 (aged 20), the country was called a “war zone”, but the main war (actual shooting, mines in roads etc) was mostly on the borders, particularly the border with Mozambique. In fact, the main battles or large raids took place over the borders, in Mozambique and Zambia.
Most of the country, most of the time, was peaceful, on a day-to-day basis.
The same with Ukraine. Most of Ukraine, most of the time, is not, by any normal designation, a “war zone”. The main fighting is taking place in about 10% of the land area, in the southeast and south.
As a social-national thinker into the future, I cannot and will not accept a non-white as a Cabinet minister, but Suella Braverman is at least saying what most people want to hear on the cross-Channel migration-invasion.
Now when will that be backed up by actions, both to stop the invasion, and to get rid of those already here? Or will Suella Braverman do a “Priti Patel” and be completely useless?
“The Sun’s Dr Carol Cooper said a shortage of staff meant the Nightingales had no chance of ever hitting capacity.“
“NHS England said while three were on standby, Manchester was open for “non-Covid care”, Exeter and Harrogate as “specialist diagnostics centres”, and Bristol for “local NHS services”.” [The Sun]
In other words, there is no “virus” “crisis”. Yes, huge numbers of people in the UK are infected, but for the vast majority that means nothing, because they either have no symptoms or mild symptoms.
White people under 70 years of age are under little threat.
The real agenda, behind the public health aspects, is becoming pretty obvious to at least the thinking minority.
Why? Because there is, effectively, no Opposition, just a shadow official Opposition under Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer (who has just nominated a Jewess from the “Board of Deputies of British Jews” as a Life Peer). However, the real, or underlying, reason that the UK now has an incompetent dystopian “elected” dictatorship is because the British people are asleep.
Well, I see her point, but the amounts she mentions, totalled and then divided among 300+ million Americans, come to only about USD $6 each! Not very much.
…and look at the lack of self-awareness in that tweeter, “James Houghton”! Favours dictatorial “lockdowns” etc, yet has a Twitter profile “Freedom Fighter, Libertarian, Deep Thinker, Aspergers Spectrum“… What can one say?
New Zealand is an object study in how a people unwilling to apply their minds to socio-political issues, and who think that the important things are whether or not their sports teams can win rugby or cricket (or whatever) games on the other side of the world, and virtue-signalling, imprison themselves by not bothering their heads with “politics”.
As a result, a near-lunatic is voted into office and continues to pursue a globalist multikulti agenda which will eventually create a dystopian hellhole out of what was a quite positive society with an optimistic future.
There are evil traitors embedded in such organizations.
Yet Alison Chabloz so far remains on trial (set down for 30 and 31 March 2021) merely for mild remarks made when a guest on an Internet “radio” podcast panel discussion…
The problem that the “Free Speech Union” has is that it is just unwilling to identify the main enemy of free speech in the UK as the Jew-Zionist element and, being unwilling to speak the truth as to that, the FSU is weakened, very much.
The FSU’s Nelsonian eye turned toward Alison Chabloz and others (including me) makes its “defend free speech” stance not terribly credible.
Yes, I am now recently 64, and can just remember both the last few steam trains of the early 1960s and the fuss around the Beeching cuts (though the only trains I ever travelled on in those days were the expresses between Reading and London (only used by me about twice per year, eg at Christmas to visit Hamley’s etc with my mother), so I never saw the branch lines, as far as I can recall.
No-one under my age, from their own recollection, knows about the rail network Britain once had, which started to be cut back between the two world wars, was cut back further in the 1950s, and then all but finished off by the 1960s Beeching “reforms”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beeching_cuts.
After the First World War, Britain had over 23,000 miles of track; by 1960, there still existed about 18,000 miles. In 2020, there remain about 10,000 miles of track.
The above is not a full picture, because many branch lines had a relatively few miles of track.
What has amazed me is that Government and its civil service must have known that (not necessarily because of “the virus”; maybe because of Brexit problems etc) there might well be a log-jam of trucks in Kent, yet it seems that even at Manston airfield, no contingency plans were made for water, emergency food, sanitation…What a bunch of total clowns!