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Diary Blog, 20 June 2022

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rutland_Boughton]
[Robert Edward-Hughes, Midsummer]

On this day a year ago

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…and, yes, they (((are))).

Every. Single. Time“. Certainly 9 times out of 10.

Almost every negative socio-cultural and socio-political manifestation in our times is driven by “them”.

See also: https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2020/01/the-billionaires-behind-the-lgbt-movement.

We are not just facing opposing “ideas” or “policies”, and are not just speaking up for what is right, and/or as a contrary social or political bloc. We are facing new forms of Evil in much of the world, especially the advanced “Western” world. Evil must, eventually, be vanquished directly. That time will come. A titanic battle for race, culture, and civilization.

In a very real sense, we are in the preliminary or preparatory stages of what the Middle Ages might have termed a “holy war”.

https://twitter.com/BeUrHuckleb3rry/status/1538006897776660483?s=20&t=0rEgp_cbNLiJg6mfVL8Rew

The same is true, mutatis mutandis, in the UK and the rest of Europe.

A far milder penalty than that often meted out now to socio-political dissidents in the UK. One man in, I think, Cardiff, got over 2 years in prison not so long ago for putting stickers on lamp-posts!

Incidentally, that sign reads “For Ukraine— peace, for Russia— freedom!

Leslie Charteris

I was just reminding myself of the biography of the writer, Leslie Charteris, whose best-known work features The Saint, later a 1960s TV series starring Roger Moore.

As a child of about 7 -9 years old, I loved that TV series, and rather fancied myself as the title character, when older. What happened?!

The Saint also featured in films, and in other TV adaptations, from the 1930s through to 1997.

“Charteris” (in fact a half-Chinese born in Singapore, and whose birth name was Leslie Charles Bowyer-Yin), seems to have had quite as many weird and wonderful jobs as me, and a few adventures as well. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leslie_Charteris; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Saint_(TV_series).

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See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/

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[German soldier talks to French lady, Jardins du Trocadero, 8me arrondisement, Paris, c.1941]
[Fraternité, occupied France, c.1941]

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Chicago zoo…

The Italians should shoot down the criminal invaders in the streets.

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I notice that the UK Government now offers those damaged by the so-called “vaccines” a payment of £120,000. A new benefit, never previously necessary: see https://www.gov.uk/vaccine-damage-payment.

This is no “conspiracy theory”— I have heard of a number of cases from those I know personally, both in the UK and overseas.

Britain 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-10926555/NHS-eco-chief-says-fewer-face-face-NHS-appointments-good-thing.html.

Remote hospital and GP appointments are ‘broadly’ a good thing because they reduce pollution, the NHS‘ eco chief has claimed.” [Daily Mail]

What does he think the NHS is for? To give drones like him a good living?

Idiots like that are risible, on one level, but all the same have real influence.

“Human rights” lawyers

Saw a couple of tweets by some “human rights” barrister (QC, no less, which would have been impressive decades ago, but less so now, when 1 out of 10 barristers is officially ranked as Queen’s Counsel).

Said QC has apparently had death threats (but gave no details), and she apparently blames “Boris”-idiot’s hot air about immigration (which has skyrocketed since he started to pose as Prime Minister) for said alleged threats.

A question for my blog readers: when I was (wrongfully and, it now seems, unlawfully) disbarred in 2016, and at the instigation of a pack of malicious Jews, how many “human rights” lawyers spoke up to defend me? Too hard to guess? All right. How many barristers of any type or specialism spoke up for me?

None. Not one. Not one “human rights” barrister (whether or not holding the now very-devalued “QC” rank label); not one barrister of any specialism. Not one unknown to me, and not even one of those known to me, with many of whom I had been on friendly terms until I ceased Bar practice in 2008.

In fact, a few barristers and wannabee barristers (whom I had never once encountered) even tried to curry favour with the Jews by attacking me, or sneering at me on Twitter, or elsewhere.

Spineless, useless little people.

See: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

See also: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/01/15/diary-blog-15-january-2022-including-an-outline-of-the-failure-of-the-latest-jew-zionist-attempt-to-prosecute-me/.

Not one “human rights” or other barrister (or solicitor) has, since the events of late 2016, said a word in my “defence” (which I do not need, actually, having done no wrong; indeed, the contrary). Neither has any such lawyer said anything in defence of the free speech rights of others such as David Icke, Alison Chabloz, Jez Turner, or others targeted by the small but fanatical Jew-Zionist cabals who have embedded their influence in the UK legal system, with the police, in the System political parties etc.

We are actually talking about a handful of Jews, no more than a few dozen at core, most of whom have mental health problems, out of the ~250,000 Jews in the UK.

Even a few years ago, I was ready to defend the necessity for a reasonably-remunerated corps of advocates as part of a civilized society, and in principle I would still defend that thesis, but now, as for the barristers themselves (let alone the solicitors)!…fuck ’em. Most barristers now are craven creatures, running scared of being thought (and so possibly suspended or disbarred) “racist”, “anti-Semitic” etc; the same is true re. the other contemporary shibboleths, around feminism, the “trans” nonsense etc.

The “independent Bar”? It existed once, up to a point. No more, though.

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“Brexit”, “Putin”, “Ukraine”, “climate change” etc, but never the fact that the stupid, crazed, or evil governments across much of the world themselves shut down their entire societies and economies for 2 years.

In any proper European society, that one would be up against a wall, facing a firing squad. Not “capital punishment” but social surgery.

Control of the migration-invasion by a state at war with its white British people.

Ah, slightly reminiscent of the Germany of the early 1920s…

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Diary Blog, 18 June 2022

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[painting by Volegov]

On this day a year ago

On this day 5 years ago

Still worth reading, five years on, I think.

Saturday quiz

Well, this week I again beat political journalist John Rentoul: 7/10 as against his 5/10. I did not know the answers to questions 4, 9, and 10, and my correct answers to questions 3 and 5 were more or less educated guesses.

Britain 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10928505/Male-blood-donor-turned-away-clinic-refused-answer-pregnant.html

Over nearly 50 years, Leslie Sinclair has given a formidable 125 pints of blood.

But on his last trip he was turned away after refusing to answer a question on whether or not he was pregnant.

Mr Sinclair, 66, was told to fill in a form which asked whether he was expecting a child or had been pregnant in the past six months.

When he complained that as a man in his 60s this question did not apply and he should not have to answer it, Mr Sinclair said staff at the clinic told him they could not accept his blood.

[Daily Mail]

[note— Lord Sumption was a Lord of Appeal, not the Lord Chief Justice]

Socio-political madness is now embedded in our sick society, from incidents like the above, through all the other LGBTQXYZ and “trans” nonsense, the “Black Lives Matter”, “Extinction Rebellion” and “Insulate Britain” craziness, to the 2020-2022 “panicdemic”/”scamdemic” of “Covid”, and everything associated with the conspiracy around that.

The latest, and potentially most dangerous madness is, of course, the pro-“Ukraine” (really, pro- the Jew-Zionist regime in Kiev) propaganda. Anti-Russia propaganda (and UK government actions).

“Most dangerous” because the end of it all might actually be a nuclear exchange between Russia and NATO, including (inevitably) a massive attack on the UK, which would destroy almost everything, irradiate almost everything, and quite possibly wipe the UK and its people off the map forever.

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Quelle surprise.

Just looked up the “Conservative” Party candidate for the Tiverton and Honiton by-election: one Helen Hurford. Sounds as thick as two short planks.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022_Tiverton_and_Honiton_by-election

Rubbish “government”, rubbish “Opposition”, pointless LibDems; “and they call it democracy“. No real choice. Fixed.

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So the Chief Medical Officer of Wales is now interfering in climatalogical matters? Farcical. Is Wales suddenly going to become superheated? I doubt it.

The (supposed) “experts” are very often wrong, in any area.

It is terrible that a fine and historic British institution such as the RNLI has been infiltrated by the enemies of the people. Only total mugs donate to it now.

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Diary Blog, 13 June 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Don’t expect System moneygrubber Alastair Stewart to be too interested in the truth. In his twenties, in the early 1970s, like so many of that Blair generation, he was a pseudo-revolutionary, only to become a moneygrubbing part of the System later. A hypocrite, who used to make TV shows critical of drink-driving…until he himself crashed his own car when drunk.

Who would have thought that “nationalist”-oriented Ireland of the 1970s would, within a few decades, be governed by a gay half-Indian completely tied-in with the transnational NWO/ZOG milieu?

As Nietzsche posited, it surely is now time, politically at least, for a “revaluation of all values“, to restore truth to politics…

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Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan. Ultimately, “White Genocide”…

Incidentally, I recently heard of someone’s experience in the North Kent area. Someone had a heart attack at home. His wife, an NHS employee holding a senior nursing rank, called immediately for an ambulance, using the 999 system. The ambulance arrived after one hour.

The above was not in some rural outpost, but in a heavily populated urban and suburban area.

It is clear that the NHS now offers what might be called a skeleton service. My own experience over the past decade (not, mostly, as patient) has led me to characterize the NHS as a “hit or miss” service, sometimes amazingly good, often not terribly good, not always reliable, often not even competent, and often simply ridiculous in its maladministration. A mixed picture.

The Kiev regime has been attacking civilians in the Donetsk area for 8 years now. Fortunately, the Kiev-regime forces are running out of arms and ammunition, despite resupply from NATO.

Russia will “win” this unpleasant war, at least in the area of Ukraine east of the Dnieper and south of a line Kiev-Kharkov.

Exactly. More blacks and browns are arriving daily into the UK, both “legally”, semi-legally (i.e. as “tourists” or “students” who fail to go home), or outright illegally (e.g. by crossing the Channel in —ever-larger— RIBs or other boats). Thousands of the bastards every day. A handful sent to Rwanda (some of whom may even be allowed to return here) will make no difference whatever.

…the saddest thing, apart from the effect on our demographics, is that many braindead “Conservative” voters will drink in the Con/msm propaganda about this uncritically, and then go out to vote Con, despite all of this being an obvious scam.

“Democracy” means nothing when the voters are so easily bamboozled.

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[Shishkin, Bee Families in the Forest]

Diary Blog, 11 June 2022, with latest thoughts on the Ukraine situation

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On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz

This week brought another victory over political journalist John Rentoul: he scored 5/10, but I trumped that with 7/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 3, and 5. I admit to having guessed no. 10, but fair’s fair…

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From the horse’s mouth: the effects of the half-****** “Brexit” carried out by part-Jew chancer and liar “Boris”— an increase in non-European, non-white, immigration.

Of course, it is all too easy to eulogize the past, but a basically white Northern European society can progress; in our age, the black/brown societies cannot, which is why the forces of Evil support and promote “multiculturalism”, because it results in a never-ending cycle, the Eternal Recurrence, as Nietzsche put it.

In the 1970s, whatever problems Britain had could be solved, in principle. Now, with a far larger population generally (70 million instead of about 56 million) and huge non-white populations as part of that, I am not optimistic that problems can be solved. The direction of travel is downward.

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jun/09/uk-social-mobility-tsar-wants-focus-on-small-steps-not-giant-leaps

Quite. Tweeter “@sorrelish” is right. Sophie Corcoran must come from the “George Osborne” school of social observation.

Seems that Sophie wants to make a well-paid “career” of making would-be “edgy” socio-political remarks, though naturally not “antisemitic” ones (the acid test…), in the manner of wastes of space such as Tom Harwood or, previously, Katie Hopkins, Toby Young etc.

Would-be “edgy”, rather than truly iconoclastic…

Interesting news from USA

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10905799/San-Francisco-ditches-progressive-chief-prosecutor-crime-tolerance-writes-TOM-LEONARD.html.

The USA has been heading down the road to chaos for a long time…

…and guess what? The sinister Jew conspirator, Soros, is up to his neck in it. Again.

Every. Single. Time.

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I wonder how many millions, or tens of millions, have died there as a result of other medical conditions left untreated (etc)? We shall never know.

“Lockdowns” are mad as well as tyrannical. Same goes for the facemask nonsense and, in general or mainly, “social distancing”.

Ukraine

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jun/10/ukraine-casualty-rate-russia-war-tipping-point

The Russian forces in Ukraine east of the Dnieper river are doing what I expected, though far more slowly than I expected. They are squeezing and trying to encircle the large Ukrainian forces in and around the Donbass (southeastern Ukraine). This is the main industrial area of the country and is already, effectively and mostly, in Russian hands, with pockets of resistance in places.

I had expected Russian forces to advance north and south from the areas of Kharkov and the Sea of Azov coast respectively, then forming a line through Zaporozhye and Dnipro, and up to/down from Kharkov, thus cutting off all Ukrainian forces east of that line.

The Russians have not done what I expected, perhaps because of supply problems, perhaps also because of the apparently successful Ukrainian counter-attacks in the Kharkov area. The Russians may have redeployed forces formerly in the Kharkov area further south, around Izyum and Lisichansk.

The present focus seems to be on the town of Severodonetsk.

Instead, there seems to be an attempt at a more limited encirclement, involving about a third of the area mentioned above.

The Guardian is reporting that Ukrainian casualties, both killed and wounded, may top 1,000 per day. Even the lower estimate of 600 per day would not be sustainable for long. The Russian attrition rate is believed to be far less now, partly because the Russian forces have a longer-range capacity:

“...with an artillery overmatch of 10 or 15 to one, according to the Ukrainians, it may well be that the invaders’ casualty rate is far lower at the moment, because they are able to deal death from a greater distance to defenders who cannot see them.” [Guardian]

Ammunition is certainly running short on the Ukrainian side, again by their own admission. Vadym Skibitsky, the deputy head of Ukraine’s military intelligence, has said Ukraine is using 5,000 to 6,000 artillery rounds a day, and has “almost used up” its stockpile of Soviet 152mm standard shells. It is now relying on Nato-standard 155mm howitzers; it is unclear how many of these it has.” [Guardian]

Western support is still in place, as shown by the UK announcement to supply a handful of – perhaps three – multiple rocket launchers this week, even if Kyiv said almost immediately it wanted many times more. But it is Russia’s forces that have found a way to advance in the Donbas, raising the question of whether the three-month war is at another turning point.” [Guardian]

If Russian forces can succeed even in this more limited encirclement, they will capture huge numbers of prisoners (usable as bargaining chips), and territory, but also will more easily be able to overrun much of the territory of Ukraine east of the Dnieper and south of Kiev and Kharkov.

If the Russian forces succeed in their present operation, then I would expect them to attempt something akin to the larger encirclement of territory suggested at the top of this blog post. There may be relatively little opposition by that time. Also, the open and flat rural landscape will play to Russia’s strengths.

At that point (assuming that Zaporozhye, Dnipro, and perhaps Kharkov are all taken or bypassed), a very large assault on Kiev might be prepared.

I am assuming that the Ukrainian side is talking about their shortages of arms and ammunition in the hope that the UK and US (etc) will provide more and better. Maybe they will, maybe not.

That might be the case were Kiev seriously threatened. NWO/ZOG seems to want to provoke further conflict, so who knows?

Michael McFaul

I keep seeing hawk-like anti-Russia tweets from one Michael McFaul, Professor McFaul, of Stanford University (California). Turns out that he is a former U.S. Ambassador to Russia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_McFaul.

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How can a more advanced society be created with such as those? In fact, how can even a reasonably-decent society, such as ours still (just-about) is, even be maintained? It cannot.

Desperate fighting, akin to the WW2 battle for Stalingrad, though on a far smaller scale.

So constructed ~1972. Ironic that the Soviet Union finally became at least liveable only a decade or so before its collapse.

The Jew Zelensky and his whole cabal know that their main chance is to lure the NATO allies deeper and deeper into this war, until —in effect— NATO forces are fighting Russian forces. Unfortunately, the largely Jewish-controlled or strongly influenced msm in the UK, USA and elsewhere are pushing Zelensky’s line, and his demand for more and heavier weaponry, and for more ammunition, rockets etc. If acceded to, that could lead to a nuclear war in Europe, and indeed across the USA, as well as across Russia.

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Diary Blog, 22 May 2022, with more thoughts about the war in Ukraine

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[Roerich, Overseas Guests, 1901; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Roerich]

On this day a year ago

Russia/Ukraine

Plenty of msm comment to the effect that Putin is washed-up, that there may be a coup d’etat etc. Hard to say.

Some of the “Putin is finished” comment (including that with origins in UK/US intelligence services) may be wishful thinking. There is no obvious replacement for Putin, as far as I can see. If there were, he would not live long once Putin noticed him!

We hear that the war in Ukraine is lost. Is it? The pockets of Ukrainian resistance in the south and south-east have just been stamped out. The UK msm may call the surrender of the Ukrainian forces at the Azovstal plant near Mariopol/Mariupol an “evacuation“, but few are fooled by the “transformative language”. The Ukrainian forces left alive surrendered to the Russian forces.

To my mind, there are two, maybe three, main factors why Russia has not used even more brutal tactics in order to win militarily in Ukraine. The first is that Ukraine, after all, was almost part of Russia, certainly very closely linked, for a thousand years or more, albeit that the history is complex: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Ukraine.

The second reason that Russia has not as yet pulled out all the stops is that use of the most brutal weapons and tactics (e.g. battlefield or tactical nuclear weapons, e.g. flattening completely all major Ukrainian cities not in Russian hands) might bring down NATO response despite the inherent dangers in that.

The third reason why Russia has not brought to bear all its enormous power is that Putin wants to take over at least something of a functioning agricultural and industrial economy after any Russian victory, an objective impossible of realization if the cities are totally destroyed, the population killed or driven out, or if the land itself is contaminated.

I note that the Jew Zelensky, puppet head of the Kiev regime, has now said that diplomacy, not war, is the way to end the conflict. Does that betoken a perceived weakness in the Ukrainian position on the ground, or does it mean that Zelensky’s cabal thinks that the Russian military position is weak? You could look at it either way.

Zelensky, however, has obviously been told not to cede any territory to Russia de jure, not even Crimea, where 90%+ of the population is Russian and only about 2% Ukrainian now.

Speculating here as advocatus diabolus, some in the Russian camp may be thinking of a “Devil’s alternative”— destroying Kharkov, and even Kiev, almost entirely, as well as other places, driving out the Ukrainian population, then eventually repopulating the part of Ukraine east of the Dnieper with Russian settlers.

That would be a terrible and almost Biblical scenario, but it has happened in Europe previously, most recently in 1944-1946, when German populations were killed and/or driven out of East Prussia, Galicia, Pomerania and Bohemia, replaced by Russians (Konigsberg, East Prussia/Kaliningradskaya oblast), Poles (East Prussia, Pomerania and Galicia), and Czechs (Bohemia/Sudetenland).

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How can this be seen as acceptable?

Goering’s train

Interesting short historical documentary.

Alison Chabloz

Many readers of this blog will be aware that persecuted satirist and singer-songwriter, Alison Chabloz, was imprisoned (again) in mid-April for poking fun in song at some aspects of Jewish behaviour. She was sentenced to 22 weeks, which in terms of actual custody is 11 weeks (77 days). She has now served 38 days, meaning that sometime tomorrow (Monday 23 May 2022) she will be at the halfway point of her actual custodial sentence.

Imprisoned for singing a song. Britain has fallen far…

[Alison Chabloz]

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A social menace that has been treated with kid gloves for far too long.

…and another part of that is to divide and rule over the motoring public, as witness the recent slew of fake “opinion polls” saying that “most people” want those over the age of 90, 80, 70, and even 60 either to be barred from driving or forced to retake a driving test (most people, even at 20 or 30, would struggle to pass the test again years after having passed).

…yet we hear all the time from System sources that the “Great Replacement” is a mere “conspiracy theory”. Indeed, Prosecution Counsel in the recent Alex Davies trial made that very point, if I recall the newspaper report aright; yet here we are, and we see that the Guardian (no less) is citing a United Nations report on it.

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King was certainly a grade-A hypocrite.

The American lawyer, William Pepper, who defended King’s alleged assassin, James Earl Ray, was a door tenant at the very odd chambers where I did my pupillage in London (in 1992-1993). I met him once.

I remember that a young lady I knew laughed on seeing the board by the entrance showing the names of all members of chambers, and which had him down as “Dr. Pepper”, like the root beer. Well, in her defence, she was only 15.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_F._Pepper; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_F._Pepper#Martin_Luther_King_cases.

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Diary Blog, 15 May 2022

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[The Cloisters, New York]

On this day a year ago

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Those supporting further NATO expansion should consider where Russia can go from here. The apparently inexorable progress to world war can in fact be halted, but it seems that there is as yet no will for that to happen, certainly not on the Western side.

If Putin and Russia get backed into a corner, Russian first-use of nuclear weapons (tactical or strategic) must be a possibility. Is “well, if they do that, we shall do the same to Russia” the highest level which Western statesmanship can reach?

We in the UK should be clear about this: even a limited strategic strike on the UK will finish off whatever still exists of Britain, or at least England, its society, its way of life, its population.

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Kirstie Allsopp, an over-privileged and over-publicized woman, whose basic activity is moneygrubbing and freeloading. Part of the “buy a house for a small amount and sell it for five or ten times that amount a few years later” nonsense in the UK. She occasionally reveals her socio-political ignorance on social media or in the msm.

The VIP version of a “useful idiot” of the transnational conspiracy.

It may sound ghoulish, but it is a comfort to know that the ultra-wealthy, the ultra-smug, the ultra-privileged, the downright evil, and the ultra-arrogant, will all sooner or later go up the chimney, just like the rest of us…

Those in the UK, USA etc who supported the halfwit Mandela and the ANC in the 1970s, 1980s, early 1990s, are also guilty of what South Africa has become, together however with those white South Africans who compromised rather than fight for white supremacy to the end.

Had SA fought on, the collapse of Sovietism meant that practical support for the African nationalists would have ended, as would safe-base support from Mozambique and Angola from the early-mid 1990s.

Neither will many of the Germans be speaking German, in Germany, in the end, if the migration-invasion continues there.

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Diary Blog, 13 May 2022

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[Palace of Westminster]

On this day a year ago

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Certainly arguable. I myself might suggest 1989. That was the last significant year of the 33-year historical cycle. Thirty-three years ago…

The truth is that the course of history is just too complex to narrow down a trend to a single year.

All members of SAGE should (in a better world, that is) be arrested and interrogated. Fortunately for the conspirators, I have not the power.

Not so happy about the misuse of the word “fascist“, but I’ll let that pass; the UK’s whole mentality is now so screwed that one has to look at the big picture.

Few have been as critical, over years, as I have of “Boris”-idiot and his pack of, mostly, non-Brits in Cabinet, but it is idle to want the government of the country transferred to Jewish-lobby puppet Starmer and his equally-stupid pack, including Angela Rayner, an uneducated woman who managed to get, in the colourful American phrase, “knocked up” at the age of 16: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angela_Rayner.

History? What history?

I happened this morning to see an episode of the quiz show The Chase, I think from several years ago. One contestant was a university student reading History (somewhere in Yorkshire; Leeds I think).

Said student said that his own main interest was 20th century history. He was asked in which country was The Long March, and replied “UK“! Of course it was not in the UK, but in China.

Another question, scarcely taxing, one would have thought, even for those not spending three years reading History at a university: “in which city was Sir Francis Drake playing bowls when the Spanish Armada was sighted?” He replied (from a choice of three cities) “Portsmouth“! Time was when every schoolboy would have known that Drake was on The Hoe at Plymouth at the material time.

The educational system in the UK must be rock-bottom now. Attendees spend something like 13 years in full-time primary and secondary education, and most come out of that knowing “FA”…

The same seems true of most university students.

I see, incidentally, that it is now admitted that the proportion of students awarded so-called Firsts at university has doubled in the past few years! In the title of an old British comedy show “Never Mind the Quality, Feel the Width“…

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Quite. I was recently informed that my brother and sister-in-law, residents of Sydney, Australia, had come down, briefly, with the dreaded Covid. Symptoms? Same as with (any other) heavy cold. No need for medicines, let alone actual medical treatment. This however in a city which has been subject to some of the harshest lockdowns, facemask nonsense, “vaccination” programmes etc.

Alison Chabloz

Reports from usually-reliable sources say that imprisoned satirist and singer-songwriter, Alison Chabloz, remains in good spirits, and is very grateful to those who have sent money to her prison account. It makes a real difference to her in terms of her daily life “inside”.

Should others wish to support her struggle in that way, see https://www.gov.uk/send-prisoner-money.

You will need Alison’s prisoner number (see below) and her date of birth (4 April 1964).

The postal address, for sending her cards, letters etc, is:

Alison Chabloz A6478EK,

HMP Bronzefield,

Woodthorpe Rd,

Ashford TW15 3JZ,

UK.

Please note that any books sent have to be softback, new, and preferably sent by online vendors (but not Amazon; Bronzefield Prison does not now accept Amazon deliveries).

Alison is today sitting in prison for the 29th day since her sentencing hearing on 14 April 2022. Her time in prison will be 77 days altogether; she is therefore almost halfway through the custodial part pf her sentence.

[Alison Chabloz]

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The tweet below made me laugh.

What can one say? The tiny “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [“CAA”] cabal (actually, in active terms, just one Jewish crank) thinks that the above picture is so offensive that only police action and CPS prosecution will do by way of remedy.

So what do the “CAA” do? Repost it themselves on Twitter!

You couldn’t make it up.

It really is about time that some police forces (Gloucestershire Police, for one) woke up to these troublemakers, and particularly to the main troublemaker. Some of my own experiences with the aforesaid crank(s) and nuisance(s):

and

There are over 250,000 Jews in the UK. Only a few dozen belong to, or support, the “CAA”. Certainly no more than a hundred or so. Those few, however, seem to have contacts in the main System political parties, the Press, and in some police forces.

The “CAA” is engaged in what amounts to abuse of the criminal justice system, trying to cajole and/or pressure police and CPS to prosecute people of whom the “CAA” disapproves.

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Diary Blog, 30 March 2022, with a few words about Scottish Labour

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[Wieskirche, Bavaria]

On this day a year ago

As always, see how many blank spaces there are, mostly the result of (still-intensifying) Twitter censorship over the past year.

Scottish Labour

I usually try to steer clear of Scottish politics, but the madness of it at least equals anything seen south of Hadrian’s Wall.

The Scottish Labour Party is pretty much dead on its feet. Only 1 MP out of a possible 59 at Westminster, and 22 MSPs out of a possible 129 at Holyrood. Even in local government, Labour has bombed, now holding only 249 out of 1227 local council seats in Scotland. The contrast with Scottish Labour’s historical high points is stark.

Labour had 56 out of 72 Scottish MPs 1997-2005, and historically held at least 30 Scottish seats at Westminster. In fact, the present position is its worst ever— even in 1910, in its first General Election, it scored 2 MPs: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Labour#House_of_Commons.

Actually, in terms of the popular vote, Scottish Labour’s best performance was in 1966 (49.8%), and its worst was in 2019, at 18.6%, less precipitous a fall than in terms of seats, but that’s First Past The Post voting for you.

In the Scottish Parliament, there has been a steady decline in Scottish Labour seats, from 56 out of 129 in 1999, to 22 out of 129 in 2021. Scottish Labour has not been even in coalition government in Scotland since 2007.

In the now-irrelevant European elections, Scottish Labour, which once had 7 out of 8 Scottish seats in the European Parliament, declined to flat zero (out of 6) by 2019 (9.3% of the popular vote).

Incidentally, Scottish Labour is now headed by a Glasgow-born Pakistani, who apparently has a £5M share in a family grocery business: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anas_Sarwar.

Scottish Labour’s problem is at one with that of UK Labour generally— the disappearance of the industrial proletariat. In addition to that, Labour ground has been taken by the faux-nationalist and sort-of social-democratic SNP.

As for the young lady who wants to lead the youth wing of Scottish Labour, she sounds like a caricature from the days of Michael Foot, with her talk of “picket lines” etc. Ha ha! Asinine or what?!

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“Guarantee” to Poland, 1939. Result? WW2.

“Guarantee” to Ukraine, 2022. Result? WW3, sooner or later.

Idiotic tweeter “@bolddigger52” seems to look forward happily to the immolation of himself, his family, his home etc. What can one say?

The same lying propaganda, part of the Coudenhove-Kalergi agenda, pushed worldwide: Canada, New Zealand, USA, UK, Germany, France etc.

Divine order in microcosm.

Amusing memory

A memory was just triggered by something I saw.

My Anglo-Russian girlfriend in the 1980s, seven years older than me, once told me about the time when, as a young (about 19-y-o) student, she was sent from the UK (in or about 1971) to see her relatives in Leningrad (those who, unlike her mother and others, had not fled as children from the Bolshevik revolution, or coup d’etat, in late 1917), to improve her spoken Russian (her degree course was in Russian and French).

The assembled Russian aunts, uncles etc asked what she did in her leisure time at Cambridge University. She said that she had a part-time job in a pub, in order to socialize, and to make a little extra money at the same time.

So far so good, except that (her colloquial Russian still being rudimentary despite her background and university studies) she translated “pub” (ie “public house”) as “publichny dom“, which is literally “public house”, but in Russian is actually the colloquial term for a brothel, or bordello.

There ensued a shocked silence, then questions from her aunts and uncles, such as “does your mother know?!” (“Oh, yes, my parents both said that it would be good for me to do that work, and meet people from various walks of life”) and “do other girls at the University do it?” (“Oh, yes, many do…a way to make some money and enjoy some evenings, and not difficult once you get used to it” etc…).

Eventually, one of her uncles realized that the problem was linguistic, not her morals or the decadence of Western society…

Still clapping?

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/great-gran-93-left-waiting-26588583

More from the ludicrous “Black Lives Matter” stable

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10666285/Statue-David-Livingstone-removed-slavery-links-despite-abolitionist.html

Interesting video about regreening of deserts

Suggested by a reader of the blog:

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_D._Liu; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lawton_(biologist).

See also: https://www.black-jaguar.org/the-project/.

Also very interesting:

[https://www.brightvibes.com/1479/en/50-years-ago-this-was-a-waste-land-until-one-man-transformed-it-by-applying-natures-wisdom]

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I predicted something like this many years ago. There is really little difference between a late-term foetus and a young baby. Many people are born prematurely, are usually completely healthy, and some go on to to be of world-historic significance (historically, St. Paul, for one). A foetus is dependent upon its mother, but a baby (human) is also completely dependent, unable to live independently. In fact, it is an irrefutable fact that a human child is only gradually less dependent; it takes years.

The evil displayed in that proposed Californian legislation is a sign of the times. Many of the most significant (and often negative) cultural manifestations affecting Europe, and other parts of the world, have emerged over the past century from California.

Somewhat similar situation in UK: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10307849/Social-workers-investigating-couple-beat-Star-Hobson-death-missed-five-chances-save-her.html

The people of the UK would be better off if 90% of the MPs in the fake “democracy” disappeared.

In memory of Hodge

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hodge_(cat)

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I am a member of the New York Bar (on paper— I never practised there, as such, though I did work in the USA on occasion), and was also a member of the Bar of England and Wales until a pack of Jews contrived my (wrongful and unlawful) disbarment in 2016 by way of a malicious and politically-motivated complaint: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

I have met many American lawyers, had dealings with quite a few, and also seen some in action in both state courts (in New York) and Federal courts (in New York and New Jersey). A few are highly intelligent; most are not. As for advocacy, most are rock-bottom.

If true, this is “incredible” (in the sense of “amazing”).

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Note: this should not be taken to indicate any ideological agreement on my part with Stalin, or his policies.

[Stalin (at right), with Gorky (centre) and Voroshilov, 1932]

Diary Blog, 12 March 2022, with more Ukraine-war analysis

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On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz

This week brings another victory over political journalist John Rentoul.

Rentoul awards himself 5.5 (?) out of 10. I scored 7/10. I did not know the answers to questions 2, 4, and 10 (hit the post on question 10…three years out).

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First prize in some future fictional (?) lottery: to slap around the msm “celebrity” idiot of your choice…

The usual suspects:

Buy your lottery ticket now! (see comment above).

I admit that I was at first (and unusually) naive: I thought that at least this time, the “refugees” are genuine, and will be white Europeans. Wrong…the System does not miss a trick to import unwanted blacks and browns into Europe, including the UK. The “Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan”.

The frontman for the Jewish-Zionist Kiev regime, Zelensky, is used to cheap comedy, and simplistic propaganda good enough to take in the unsophisticated Ukrainian public, but nowhere near good enough to hoodwink the public opinion of the West (most of the time). He has needed the unstinting help of the NWO and its “Western” msm.

Admittedly, Russian public relations have been effectively non-existent since the start of the invasion.

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There has been some talk of the two remaining Russians on board being taken off, but the sole American on board left to die. Were that to happen, it would give the worst possible impression of Russia. I hope that that does not happen. All three should be taken off.

Russia must now develop an economy based mainly on autarky. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autarky.

Russia is one of the few countries in the world able, by reason of geographic size, population size, and number of climatic zones, to contemplate doing that.

Ukraine

Apparent state of play, as of yesterday:

Assuming that the above map is at least mainly accurate, there seem to be no Kiev-regime counter-offensives anywhere (except a possible small one north-west of Kharkov). That may reflect lack of men, materiel, and/or fuel, but it may also mean that the Ukrainian forces calculate that they have little chance fighting in open country, as distinct from fighting in heavily-built-up areas where defensive and counter-offensive operations stand a far greater chance of success.

As yet, the main cities of Ukraine are still in the hands of forces loyal to the Kiev regime— Kiev, Kharkov, Odessa, Dnipro (former Dnepropetrovsk), and Zaporozhye, as well as Lvov in the far west of the country.

Psychologically, Kiev remains key, especially as long as Zelensky and his cabal remain there. Taking a capital, or very large city, does not necessarily mean overall victory, as with Moscow in 1812, taken by Napoleon: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_invasion_of_Russia. However, it does make a statement; and one must bear in mind that Moscow in 1812 was not the capital, which was situate in St. Petersburg, never threatened by Napoleon’s army.

However, had Moscow fallen to the forces of the Reich in 1941, Hitler may well have defeated Stalin, or at least reduced him to the status of Leninist “emperor”, or insecure dictator of lands beyond the Urals. Moscow was pivotal both psychologically and in terms of logistics etc. Everything was centralized, taking its lead from Moscow.

Kiev in 2022 is different. The Russians, once they secure Kharkov and surrounding area, will have or should have few resupply problems. By comparison with Napoleon in 1812, and Hitler in 1941, Putin has no very long lines of supply to protect. Ukraine is large but still dwarfed by the immensity of Russia itself.

Also, while Kiev is the capital of Ukraine (and, very long ago, of Russia itself, of “Kievan Rus”), Lvov has always been the heartland of Ukrainian nationalism. However, Kiev is presently the capital, and also the largest city, having had (before the recent evacuation of at least half of its population) 3 million inhabitants. One of the most-populous cities of Europe. If Russian forces can take Kiev, they will have, pretty much, won this ghastly conflict, if “winning” means anything now (it has rapidly become more important not to “lose”…).

Zelensky and others have claimed that Kiev, especially, will be fortified, defended with fervour, even booby-trapped. Templates? Maybe Stalingrad in 1942-43, or Berlin in 1945.

[Stalingrad area, 1942; German forces amid the ruins]
[Stalingrad 1943: fires rage near an incongruous pre-war statuary group]
[Berlin 1945: “We fight for the future of our children!“]

Already a bloody, bitter mess, this Ukraine conflict will now become still more bitter, as Russian troops (and possibly Syrian mercenaries, it is claimed) fight their way into the besieged cities that are running out of food, fuel, water and, eventually, ammunition.

There is already a merciless bombardment of some smaller cities in Ukraine. I imagine that, in respect of Kiev, the Russians would prefer not to destroy the city, but may eventually weigh that against not taking whatever is left of it.

I should expect that, unless Kiev is declared by Zelensky an open city (highly unlikely), the Russians will continue to tighten the grip around the city, move up artillery, and then attack using that and air power, before moving in armour and assault troops on the ground.

God knows how much will be left of Kiev in the end.

As to the other main active areas, it is uncertain whether Russian forces will be able to go for the cities on the lower Dnieper, Dnipro and Zaporozhye, and Odessa on the Black Sea, at the same time. Maybe not. “If you chase two hares, you will not catch one” [Russian proverb].

Odessa is blockaded by sea anyway, so it may be that the cities on the Dnieper will be prioritized, with the aim of increasing pressure thereafter on Kiev.

Within the triangle Kiev-Kharkov-Dnipro, there is only one city or large town of any importance— Poltava, a city/town of (pre-invasion) 283,000 inhabitants, which has been the location of many battles historically, particularly noted being the 1709 victory of Peter the Great over the forces of Sweden; the area also saw heavy fighting in 1943. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poltava.

Once Kharkov and Dnipro are taken, that whole huge area within the said triangle will fall easily to Russian armour and infantry. Kiev will then be open to east and southeast. Russian forces will then move up to approach Kiev from the south and southeast, and from the east.

Britain as banana republic (without bananas or the republic)

https://www.jns.org/uk-appoints-former-jewish-mp-as-minister-of-refugees-to-aid-ukrainians-fleeing-to-britain/.

 “A Jewish former member of parliament in the United Kingdom has been appointed by the British government to be the minister for refugees.

Richard Harrington, 63, a former chair of Conservative Friends of Israel and former MP for Watford, resigned from politics in 2019. He became an MP in 2010 and later a government minister.”

[Jewish News Syndicate].

Well, wouldn’t you just know it? A Jew appointed to bring in more “refugees”, and not only made an instant government minister but a “lord” in the devalued House of…

Maybe “banana republic” is not quite right after all. Matzo Monarchy?

I wonder how many of the said “refugees” will be either real “refugees” or even Ukrainian? In France, it seems that a third of the recent said “refugees” “from Ukraine” were not even in Ukraine at time of invasion, or since; also, another third are not Ukrainians anyway, but blacks and browns.

As previously blogged, I am not against the idea of taking some Ukrainian refugees into the UK. They are after all, European ethnically and culturally; but I disagree that the UK should take any odds and sods, and especially blacks and browns, who happened to have washed up in Ukraine for whatever reason. Also, in a country as crowded and stressed as the UK now is, it is at least partly a question of numbers.

Thought for the day

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