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Diary Blog, 24 October 2022

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alisa_Sadikova]
[The Firebird, painted on a Palekh box]

On this day a year ago

Conservative Party leadership

Still seems open, though the big guns of the mass media and Con Party are all promoting Sunak. So far, Penny Mordaunt has only 26 public declarations, with a mere 3 hours to go, though her camp claims “many more” private declarations to Sir Graham Brady of the 1922 Committee.

It may be, but time is running very short for her to get the necessary 100 declarations. She may now have anywhere between 50 and 100.

If Mordaunt were able to take the matter to the Conservative Party membership, she might well win; many rank-and-file members hate Sunak (see, e.g. the readers’ comments in the Daily Mail), and I can see the membership of the Con Party dropping to a few tens of thousands (if that) under Sunak’s obviously-intentioned “slash spending” regime.

Looking beyond, to the next general election, if Sunak starts to make everyone (but the already ultra-wealthy) much poorer by 2023 and 2024, then one has to ask where the Conservative votes are going to come from.

Not the young (say, under-30s— very few favour Con Party); not very many of the 30-60 age group either, who will mostly be even poorer than they are now, and struggling with exploitative rents, higher mortgage payments etc, and higher taxes. As for the mainstay of the Conservative vote, the 60+ age group, their allegiance has flagged since Sunak, as Chancellor, suspended the Triple Lock. They suspect that Indian money-juggler Sunak regards them as “useless eaters”.

If Sunak reinstates the Triple Lock, some of the 60+ age group may well continue to vote Con; if not, their votes will either go to the LibDems or Labour, or perhaps to snake-oil Farage’s conservative-nationalist “Reform Party”. Many might simply abstain.

The Conservative Party has let down the overwhelmingly English/British 60+ age group— on pensions, on mass immigration and migration-invasion, and on other issues important to that group, such as law and order.

The only question at present is whether the voters will give Labour —if only by default— a massive majority, or only a small-to-medium one.

Labour, which until very recently looked as if it had little future with white English/British voters, now looks almost unbeatable in the short-term, if only by default.

It cannot help Sunak, as likely Prime Minister, that he is almost forced to delay a general election, despite the perception that he has no real mandate, being the third prime minister since the 2019 General Election.

If Sunak were to call a general election this year or early next year, there would only be 50-100 Conservative MPs likely to survive, so he has no choice but to try to rule without much legitimacy.

The msm are mostly ignoring the fact that Sunak is Indian (yes yes, “born in Southampton, attended Winchester” etc).

Interesting times.

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In the UK, there is an epidemic of such cases, but because many (though far from all) involve individuals who are black or of mixed race (who are far more likely to be schizophrenic anyway), the msm generally ignore the role of marijuana in many of the most horrible violent crimes committed.

Hopefully, useless “Boris” Johnson will now disappear, at least if he loses his Uxbridge seat before too long.

I have to say that I found “Partygate” a storm in a teacup, and the silly “rules” laid down partly by “Boris”-idiot himself were a waste of time anyway, but I know anecdotally, meaning from keeping my ears open, that many people did take “Partygate” seriously.

My criticisms of the buffoon were and are more weightily-founded, I think: shutting down the UK economy for nearly 2 years, imposing restrictions which were both dictatorial and stupid, involving the UK in the Ukrainian war that really has nothing to do with us, and failing to stop or even reduce the migration invasion.

Typical. Dan Hodges takes the pro-multikulti System line. “Diversity” (meaning promotion of non-whites, and subjugation of white people) supposedly “a strength“, when the opposite is the case.

Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.

Ha ha! So scribbles Jew fraud Grant Shapps, who used aliases even in the Palace of Westminster in order to flog dodgy get-rich-quick schemes to mugs.

Unbelievably, the Jew fraud is now Home Secretary (appointed last week), and privy to all sorts of secret intelligence etc. I suppose that he wrote that article because he wants Sunak to keep him in the job, or at least in Cabinet.

Needless to say, I am not very interested in Penny Mordaunt, but I cannot, and will not, accept an Indian, or any other sort of non-white, as Prime Minister of my country.

I find that I warm to Beth Rigby a little…

So Sunak wants honesty and probity in his government. Will he sack Grant Shapps, then? Or himself?

If Sunak becomes Prime Minister on the nod, you can probably say goodbye to the Conservative Party.

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Well, I have no faith in Farage-the-snake-oil-man’s “Reform Party”, though if it takes away votes from the fake “Conservative” Party, I wish it well to that extent.

No party that is not explicitly anti- (((you know who))) will ever get my endorsement.

The British people need and (unconsciously) want social nationalism, but are bamboozled 24/7 by a corrupt and Jew-Zionist-influenced msm.

You only have to look at the public attitude to Ukraine. It has gone from a country few had even heard of (up to early 2022, arguably), and that only a tiny handful had either visited and/or knew much about (up to today, really), to a kind of “ally” in a supposed “fight” with Putin and/or Russia. That despite the fact that the UK has never had a shared history with the quite new (1991) state of Ukraine, and never had anything substantial to do with —as it was called in English— the Ukraine (unless you count the Crimean War of 1853-1856, which was between Britain, France, the Ottoman Empire and Piedmont-Sardinia on one side, and the Russian Empire on the other).

At the time of the Crimean War, there was no question of Ukraine existing as an independent state, nor even as a separate country ruled over by Russia or the Russian Empire. It was far less “independent” or separate from Russia than, say, Scotland or Wales were and now are from England. As for Crimea, that had been Ottoman territory, mainly occupied by Crimean Tatars, until the time of Catherine the Great, and was incorporated into Russia in 1783:

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimean_War; and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimea.

Now, you see silly and ignorant people (eg in newspaper readers’ comment sections) claiming that anyone not supporting “the war” in Ukraine is a “traitor“, etc. They have been fooled by the (((msm))) into thinking that Britain is almost literally at war with Russia over the Ukraine incursion.

People are fairly easily whipped up into a completely fake pseudo-patriotic fervour when the msm and political class all sing the same song.

The mass of the British people are now being invited to blame Putin and Russia for possibly-upcoming blackouts, as well as for shortages in the shops, inflation, the falling pound sterling etc.

In reality, Britain used to get only 4% of its energy from Russia, and any trade problem with Russia was caused when the USA, EU, and UK imposed trade sanctions on (against) Russia.

The real causes of Britain’s economic disaster lie elsewhere: shutting down the economy (and country) for 2 years during the “Covid” “panicdemic”; racing to the bottom on corporate taxation; spraying money around thoughtlessly during the “panicdemic”; the misconceived “austerity” regime of the part-Jews, David Cameron-Levita and George Osborne, which continued under May and “Boris” Johnson until 2020; the sanctions which prevent most trade with Russia; totally-mishandled Brexit; continuing mass immigration; speculator-parasites in the banking and hedge-fund “industry”.

Reverting to the tweet above, I can see that the disillusion of those two women is widespread. They may not be educated people, but they know — too late— that “Boris” Johnson took them for a ride. They no doubt despise Truss (the 5-minutes “Prime Minister”, now already almost forgotten), and will not vote for a party headed by Sunak because he is a. Indian, b. a globalist near-billionaire; c. quite likely to cut their pensions, and certain to make them poorer overall.

They will probably not vote for Labour, either (as they say in the video clip).

[I wish, btw, that Sky News and other msm journalists would not write “disinterest” when they mean “uninterest” or “lack of interest“].

Food poverty

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-11347757/Student-slashes-food-bill-just-5-month-Olio-app.html

Interesting, and may help many people, but such clever ideas are, just like foodbanks, basically sticking plaster on an open wound.

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Sunak pointedly ignores Little Matt Hancock, the would-be dictator of the “panicdemic”, as Hancock tries to get a Cabinet job with the Indian money-juggler’s new government.

Sunak did not shake hands with Hancock, nor (it seems) even look at the bastard. Looks like there will be no big new job for Hancock.

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It is because Britain is no longer a “folk community” or “Volksgemeinschaft“.

Not so much funny as sinister.

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Diary Blog, 22 October 2022

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On this day a year ago

On the blog 5 years ago

Saturday quiz

This week, I again beat political journalist John Rentoul, who (oddly) claims 3 and a half out of 10. I scored 5/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9.

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…but the punchline is that an MP, even if sincere, cannot help those people, who are victims of a global and globalist finance-capital and debt/usury system.

“Democratic” politics (or pseudo-democratic politics, if you like) is running out of road in Europe, including the UK. It is just not providing the people with even the necessities of civilized life— shelter, warmth, food, electrical power, let alone those other things which (as Hitler said) make life worth living. I would list the latter as a cultured life, real education, social peace, peace with other civilized states, law and order, thoughtful architecture and town planning, a perceived future, and hope.

In fact, I do not think that either candidate (or any other) can now save the Conservative Party. It may have come (near) to the effective end of its natural life, just as, in the past, the Liberal Party ceased to be an effective party.

Yes, the Liberals lived on until 1989, having merged with the short-lived Social Democratic Party to become the SDLP in 1988, but the Liberal Party died as a potential party of government sometime in the 1920s: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_Party_(UK); and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_Party_(UK)#Electoral_performance.

True, the Liberals then morphed into the LibDems, but they have never really been a party of government, except in the unusual circumstances of 2010, when David Cameron-Levita induced them to support the Conservative Party in the Con Coalition. Their leadership, especially Nick Clegg and Danny Alexander, sold out for Cabinet seats, red boxes, ministerial cars, ministerial pay, and empty prominence. The LibDems were all but wiped out in 2015, and now occupy the “protest vote” zone once occupied by the old Liberals (from the mid-1920s through to the early 1990s).

The very likely collapse of the Conservative Party vote in 2022-2024 will no doubt mean an increase of LibDemmery in the south of England, but basically the LibDems are a party without a purpose. The other two main System parties, though, are in a not dissimilar position now, in fact.

I am sure that, even if the national average opinion poll, or general election poll, stays at 14% or 19%, there will still be a few dozen Conservative Party MPs left by 2025. Maybe 50. Maybe even 100. However, they will have no real power.

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“Boris”-idiot may have been one of the worst Prime Ministers ever (not the worst, though, thanks to Liz Truss), but he was still PM, and will not (imo) give way voluntarily to Rishi Sunak.

Is that “backing” of any weight? Both were useless as ministers, and Priti Patel in particular is completely useless. She only backs “Boris” because no other potential Prime Minister would ever give her a job (which, as before, she would be completely unable to do anyway). Add to that her previous and typical bullying of her staff, treating them as though they were tiffin-wallahs, and her treachery (for which Theresa May sacked her in 2017) in Israel.

As blogged previously, it is clear that the secret ruling circles want the UK to have a non-white prime minister. That is the main reason all sorts of forces are now pushing the Sunak cause; the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.

At time of writing, Sunak has garnered over 100 MPs, and so is seriously in the race. Neither Johnson nor Mordaunt have more than about 70 (Johnson). However, the fat lady has not yet sung. 357 MPs can vote, but it looks as if only about 200 have expressed a preference so far. Johnson may still make it onto the ballot paper.

Either way, the Conservative Party is toast.

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If Sunak wins this contest, he will be unable to call a general election, certainly not for a year or more. If he were to call one almost immediately, the Conservative Party would be reduced from 357 MPs to about 100, at most.

Sunak seems to be inclined to signal to the almighty “markets” that he is serious about not inflating the currency, despite the fact he himself was part of the 2020-2021 “panidemic” nonsense, with “eat out to help out” (money freebie), “furlough” payments (money freebie), business “loans” (money freebies). Etc. Not to mention the vast sums wasted on “PPE”, “Test and Trace” etc, and shutting down much of the UK economy for 2 years.

Sunak will want to slash spending. The embedded NWO influence in the government wants to increase “Defence” spending, including subsidizing the regime of the Jew Zelensky in Kiev. What does that leave as a spending cut victim? NHS? Politically impossible. Pensions? Social security/”welfare”?

The latter two will sink any Sunak government very quickly. Any hit to the pensions Triple Lock will leave the Conservative Party dead in the water electorally. However, any cuts to “welfare” might lead to actual street disorder, and will also hit the millions who receive it while also being employed on inadequate pay.

There seems no obvious way for the Conservative Party to turn this around, or even much to mitigate the damage.

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[Hokusai, Cuckoo with Azaleas]

Liz Truss and “Boris” Johnson

https://www.politico.eu/article/liz-truss-uk-prime-minister-ambition-tory-conservatives/.

Interesting, though perhaps a little shallow. Worth reading.

Playing the armchair psychologist, is Liz Truss not a classic psychopathic type (like “Boris”)? Perhaps.

As for Liz Truss, I have posted the 9-minute video below previously. Well worth watching:

Penny Mordaunt’s star has faded in terms of support from MPs, I think partly because she is both a woman and also, in terms of high responsibilities, still something of an unknown quantity. A bit like Liz Truss was a couple of months ago, in other words. Unfair, maybe, but that’s my take on it, at least. MPs may be thinking “once bitten, twice shy“.

How sick is our political system that the only candidates it now throws up (no pun actually intended) are “Boris”-idiot (incompetent, far from as educated as he wants people to believe, dishonest, corrupt, freeloading, someone who does not give a monkey’s flying **** about Britain or its people, a part-Jew and Levantine to boot), and Rishi Sunak (an Indian who threw away hundreds of billions of public money in 2020-2021, and whose wife and family are worth billions of pounds; someone who has no idea about Britain or its people; effectively a foreigner)?

Also, in what kind of decadent and ridiculous society can anyone get £150,000 for making a speech?

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[“Russia has no borders; it is wherever there are Russians“]

“A thought out of season”

When he resigned a couple of months ago, “Boris” Johnson cited the upright Roman dictator, Cincinnatus. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucius_Quinctius_Cincinnatus.

Were I myself suddenly to be granted by Fate the powers of a dictator, my first action would be to gather 100 of the most wealthy and “successful” hedge fund owners, investment speculators, bankers, and exploitative businessmen in Trafalgar Square, and have them shot. On television.

Some might say that that would be akin to “shooting the messenger” and that such individuals do not of themselves cause the economic problems of the UK, but just profit out of them (and out of the misery and distress of the British people).

There is at least some truth in that, but such an action would show the British people that the new government was serious about tackling the problems of the country, including the structural and ingrained social problems; also, about properly punishing the leeches who have lived parasitically off the people for so long.

Still, mere socio-political fantasy, for now.

Harold Wilson said, during one of his periodic financial crises as Prime Minister, that the fault lay with “the gnomes of Zurich“. Not wholly true, but not wholly untrue either.

[1966: Harold Wilson, UK Prime Minister, at Hugh Town quay, St. Mary’s, Isles of Scilly, with me (barechested at left, aged 9-10)]

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Flawed logic, surely? After all, let us say that, in a most unlikely scenario, 300 Conservative Party MPs agreed to that. Labour and the Lib Dems would therefore only be able to contest 350 seats.

In any case, could those defecting MPs rely on the word of Labour and the LibDems?

As an idea, that is surely the deadest of dead ducks, but I am not very surprised to read that it emerged from David Gauke, a rather unimpressive former MP and minister [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Gauke].

Actually, why would Conservative Party MPs want a general election now anyway? It would result, in our binary system, in a Labour victory (even if not overwhelming), and the defecting Con MPs, most of them, would not be re-elected.

I think that most Con MPs will simply travel on, whether under Sunak or Johnson, and hope that something will turn up to save them and their party.

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Unexpectedly high results for Con (under either Sunak or Johnson). Surprisingly high. I wonder how accurate those figures are?

According to Electoral Calculus, the figures suggested might result in a Labour majority of somewhere in the 10-25 range. Better by far for the Conservative Party than recent predictions have suggested.

My speculative view is that, if Johnson gets enough nominations, then he will be a candidate, believing that the Con rank-and-file will prefer him to Sunak.

The temptation to make British political history will no doubt prove irresistible. The caveat remains, though— if he can get 100 nominations. Seems very uncertain at present.

There seems, incidentally, to be a kind of concerted push on Twitter and in the msm now to anoint Sunak. The System wants a non-white prime minister, to signal the humiliation of White England. It’s all connected.

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Diary Blog, 17 October 2022

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On this day a year ago

On the blog 5 years ago

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There comes a point, under any system, where the people are just being exploited and also led to disaster by the governing regime or political class. At that point, a vanguard of the people is entitled to use any methods to topple those exploiters and mis-rulers.

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

At present, an illegitimate “Conservative” government is (superficially) “opposed” by an Opposition which is anti-British and in fact not opposed to the really big Government policies. Look at “Labour”. Does it oppose Con policy on Ukraine, “Covid”, mass immigration etc? Not really. Tweaks and nuances only.

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Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng

I have seen a few tweets to the effect that Liz Truss is or was getting banged —to put it colloquially— by Woolly-head Kwarteng. There have even been a few tweets from msm commentators implying it quite strongly. It may or may not be true. We know that Liz Truss was having an affair with influential then MP Mark Field about 15-20 years ago; she therefore, more or less, became an MP at least partly on her back.

As for Kwasi Kwarteng, until several years ago, he was in a personal relationship with unpleasant one-time MP and Cabinet minister, Amber Rudd. He then married a younger Amber Rudd lookalike.

Our political system is a bad joke, and those at the heart of it are of the same ilk.

Ideas on tax, economy etc

What would I do if I were in the seat(s) of power?

First of all, we need to give tax legitimacy in the eyes of the public. It may be simpler and more efficient to do it in the way that happens now, i.e. to get tax monies from different sources (income tax, VAT, “National Insurance” —very outdated and misleading—, road tax etc) and then allocate the money by government to various spending outflows, but that way of doing things distances the tax from the tax-payers.

I suggest that at least some tax revenues be ringfenced for specific purposes, so that, eg, a certain percentage goes specifically to the NHS or health and care overall. Likewise, road tax should go specifically to roads, or perhaps to transport (inc. rail) overall.

Maximum income and capital should be enforced. It might be that the maximum income allowed should be, net of income tax, about £200,000. As for capital, perhaps the permitted limit should be around £100M. I do not think that these measures could be claimed as dictatorial or extreme.

The same with land. In most of England, there should be a limit on acreage owned by one person or family. Perhaps 1,000 acres. In Scotland or Wales, perhaps 5,000 acres.

Again, scarcely “communistic”, in my view.

There is an argument that income tax should actually be abolished and replaced by variable-rate VAT and/or purchase taxes. Something that should be looked at by experts, anyway.

Basic Income must surely come, at least for those without other income above, say, £15,000 pa, even if the actual amount of Basic Income is only something like £10,000 or £15,000 a year. Again, specialists need to look at the topic in detail.

Companies doing business in the UK, such as Amazon, need to be paying a transaction tax, even if only 50p or £1 per transaction.

Just a few of the necessary measures.

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[Marshal Zhukov inspects the ruins of Berlin, 1945]

Needless to say, I should have preferred it had the Reich prevailed in its titanic struggle with the Soviet Union in the 1940s, but we must take history as it turned out.

[war memorial, Panfilov Park, Almaty, Kazakhstan]

Jeremy Hunt

Presentationally, looking at that, it seems to me that Hunt has placed himself in a solid position to replace Liz Truss, in that what Con Party has to try to do now is project a “grown up” and/or “stable” image, to detoxify the perception that a loony and ignorant woman and her woolly-haired African “friend” are running the UK into the ground.

Either Liz Truss becomes “the prisoner of Downing Street”, allowed less power than Larry the Cat, or she is just pushed out completely.

I am no pro-Hunt (or Conservative Party) partisan, obviously, but who looks more “Prime Ministerial”? Hunt (as seen above), or Liz Truss (as seen, eg, in her recent Press conference car crash)? Not even a question, really.

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydia_Auster]

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Sooner or later, Russia will win this war, which has become so sad and grim.

Let him who is without sin cast the first stone“…

[New Testament].

A WELSH Conservative MP has been described as “not credible” when giving evidence at his trial related to an early hours car crash which demolished a telegraph pole.

Jamie Wallis was convicted of three offences, but cleared of driving without due care and attention, in relation to the early hours crash last November when he was wearing a “black leather mini-skirt” and “high heels”.

The MP told the court he was transgender, said he had swerved to avoid a cat and left the scene because he had become “overwhelmed” by his recently diagnosed PTSD and felt vulnerable in women’s clothing – having been raped the last time he wore such an outfit publicly.

Convicting Wallis of the other three charges, – failing to stop, failing to report a road traffic collision and leaving a vehicle in a dangerous position – Judge Ikram said: “I am going to be upfront: I didn’t find the defendant credible in the evidence he gave.”

[https://www.thenational.wales/news/20271409.jamie-wallis-mp-not-credible-giving-evidence-trial/].

What a bunch of clowns most of the MPs are. Quite a few of them are just sick, in fact.

Britain 2022— honesty and truth get you into trouble…

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11323995/Biomedical-scientist-posted-women-cervix-Twitter-struck-tribunal.html

A retired biomedical scientist who posted ‘only women have a cervix’ has been booted from the profession after a tribunal ruled he was ‘inflaming gender discrimination’.

Blood expert Malcolm Needs was accused of uploading a string of social media posts that a disciplinary panel found were ‘seriously offensive and discreditable’

One of the now-deleted posts he was punished for sharing said: ‘Only women have a cervix. There, I said it, it’s not difficult. Women also have a right to women-only spaces. Speaking up in defence of women’s rights doesn’t mean we can’t respect how others wish to live their lives.’

While another added: ‘I Swear my head will explode if another person classes me as a “cis woman”. I am NOT a cis woman but I AM a woman. I have a cervix which no man can claim to have and biologically that will never change. I am not just tired of this insanity but I’m fed up of being labelled.’

The 67-year-old’s social media rants led to the former chief examiner in transfusion medicine for the Institute of Biomedical Science being struck off after a panel found his posts ‘seriously offensive and discreditable’. 

But a defiant Needs refused to attend the Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service (HCPTS) disciplinary hearing. 

‘How many times do I have to tell you that I want NOTHING to do with your Kangaroo Court, and that, if I get one or email about this, I will take legal advice about harassment,’ he told the panel. 

…the pension [sic] targeted migrants crossing the Channel, tweeting: ‘And make them pay, like they paid the people smugglers to come over in the first place, and give our own taxpayers a rest”, while sharing an image stating, ‘Putting illegal immigrants up in 5* hotels has saved the hotel industry. So let’s save the airline industry by flying the f***ers back home!!”. 

The committee also found that Needs’ Twitter activity was ‘dismissive and offensive towards black people’ – citing a tweet stating that ‘Multiculturalism destroys culture’, which the panel found to be ‘inflammatory, divisive and prejudiced’.

Another post, which asked if there is ‘ANYTHING that is not racist?’, was found to intentionally ‘inflame a controversial and heated situation’.

Needs, now of South Devon, ‘voluntarily absented himself’ from the disciplinary hearing by sending an email telling the tribunal that he was ‘happily retired’.

Deciding to strike him off, the tribunal said that there had been no evidence of ‘any remorse, reflection or remediation’ on Needs’ part, and there remained a high risk of repetition.

[Daily Mail]

Note the Daily Mail monkey’s (“journalist’s”) semi-literate Sun-speak: spelling errors, hyperbole, and pejorative language (perfectly OK comments described as “rants” etc).

My own experience, in 2016, of having been similarly targeted, in my case by [a fanatical small part of] the Jew-Zionist element:

Incidentally, the comments of Daily Mail readers are entirely supportive of Mr. Needs.

I have more that I should like to write about the case reported upon, but think that I shall keep my powder dry, for now.

I think that the sneak who, in Stasi “inoffizielle Mitarbeiter” style, denounced Mr. Needs to the “kangaroo court” tribunal and/or regulator, should himself have his identity exposed.

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Diary Blog, 23 July 2022

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[Aldo Balding, Couche de Soleil, Gruissan]

On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz

Well, this week I did no better than political journalist John Rentoul; we both scored 7/10. I did not know the answers to questions 6, 7, and 8.

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In reality, she never had much of a “medical career” anyway: academically qualified in 2010, but worked as a hospital doctor for only a couple of years before starting to train as a psychiatrist, then abandoning that to set up a campaign group which, inter alia, sells things such as useless cloth facemasks.

She has admitted that she makes her small son wear a facemask even in empty parks. Overall, a kind of crank.

Not that she is completely wrong about the NHS, but has no solutions other than more money given to it. Trouble is, the NHS is to a high degree mismanaged. Many of the problems of the NHS are nothing to do with its funding but more to do with its maladministration. Anyone who has experienced, even as member-of-the-public observer, what hospitals are like now, knows that. It is a pity, because so many (albeit not all) NHS doctors, nurses and paramedics are so competent, and indeed so caring.

That “lions led by donkeys” aspect is also true of many other parts of British life, in fact: armed forces, police, local government etc.

Reverting to the facemask nonsense, there are (as noted in other recent blog posts), even now, some cranks and neurotics who are continuing to wear them. I saw a crazy-looking middle-aged woman only a few days ago in the local Waitrose, wearing her muzzle while buying cigarettes at the kiosk.

Where does one start? First of all, if she were really concerned about being infected by the dreaded “Covid”, or for that matter about infecting the unmasked shoppers (99% of those shopping), she would not even be there, but would be at home, and ordering her necessities online.

Secondly, if she were that concerned about her health and welfare, she would not be smoking (yes, she may have been buying for someone else, but probably not).

You can probably say that 99% of facemask-wearers now are cranks, neurotics, or other persons with some psychological problem, or people so stupidly unthinking that they have internalized the System propaganda of the past couple of years.

Personally, I favour an NHS-style “free at point of use” health service, however provided, but one that works properly.

More news about the “Royal Mulatta”

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11040597/RICHARD-KAY-Megans-eye-popping-new-biography.html

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What goes around comes around.

The NWO basis for the present msm/political support for “Ukraine” (the Kiev regime) is patent.

Conservative Party leadership contest

Since when was Boris-idiot a “prized election-winner“? He (or rather his party when under his leadership) won one general election— 2019. Since then, the record on by-elections and local elections has been no more than mediocre, if that.

Penny Mordaunt was not particularly interesting as potential Prime Minister, but she evidently appealed more to the voters than do Liz Truss and/or Rishi Sunak.

Penny Mordaunt will now sink without trace. She only fell into the position of being a serious contender by accident, chance, or Fate, that is out of a concatenation of special circumstances. I doubt that she will be more than a junior minister at any future time.

It is clear that neither Rishi Sunak nor Liz Truss appeal to many voters. Fortunately for them, the same can be said of the Labour Party.

Of course, it is true that both main System parties are just “ZOG” [“Zionist Occupation Government”] and signed up to the “NWO” [“New World Order”] agenda, but that does not mean that lesser political differences do not matter.

Edward Heath was a very different prime minister than his successor, Margaret Thatcher, despite them both belonging to the same party. The same would obviously have been the case between the prime ministership of David Cameron-Levita and (had he ever become PM) David Davis. Compare also Corbyn, with Starmer, let alone Theresa May or “Boris” Johnson.

On the international level, politics matters and differences in basic ideology lead to very different results: you only have to look at South Korea and North Korea, or the 1948-1989 Germany: DDR (East) v. Bundesrepublik (West). I myself have never seen (either) Korea, but certainly saw both East and West Germany in the 1980s. Big difference.

My present feeling is that a hung Parliament is the likely result of any general election, even were it to be held right now, but one may not be held until late 2024.

Late tweets

Exactly. Both main System parties (and the smaller hanger-on System parties, such as LibDems, SNP, Plaid Cymru etc) are guilty. They all caused, or helped to cause, Britain’s slow-motion train crash.

Ha. Reminds me of when my first wife, an American, told me of what a fellow-member of her gym in New Jersey told her of a similar encounter.

Apparently, that woman, a uniformed female police officer, had arrested a prostitute on various charges. The arrested woman was compliant and was just making a statement at the police station when she, without warning, bit the policewoman hard on the wrist, drawing blood. The policewoman was so shocked and in pain that she struck the arrested woman with the back of her other hand. Only once, but really hard.

That was the totality of the incident, but the policewoman had a nervous wait until the result of an HIV test came in. There was also the possibility that the woman struck might make a complaint (I do not know whether she ever did).

I remember meeting that officer once or twice about that time. A beautiful blonde, like those sometimes seen in American TV cop dramas.

Very true, but it is pointless telling that to most of the “save our NHS” types, because most of them are also signed up to the “refugees welcome” and pro-mass immigration viewpoints; not to mention the “Covid” hysteria, “lockdowns”, facemask nonsense etc (that caused much of the —planned and deliberately caused— present or upcoming privations). Dim people.

I am a socialist, but a white man first” [Jack London]

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Diary Blog, 18 July 2022

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[Howletts, Kent, the former home of the British gambler, casino-owner and adventurer, John Aspinall; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howletts_Wild_Animal_Park; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Aspinall_(zoo_owner)]

On this day a year ago

Conservative leadership “debate” nonsense

Possibly the first time I have been able to agree pretty much wholeheartedly with political scribbler Ian Dunt— incidentally, it is worth reading the entire thread (only extracts here):

…and not in the one-time Educational Corps (as was Tugendhat, until he became a part-time Intelligence Corps officer).

Surprising (reading his tweets) that Dunt, after all a f/t political scribbler, was unaware until the debate was shown that Tugendhat spent about ten years as a part-time (TA, aka Reserves) Army officer. Seems that it is not only Conservative Party leadership candidates who fail to do their homework.

I myself did not bother with the pathetic “debate”, but instead watched a very silly but also very enjoyable 1971 Hammer film called Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Jekyll_and_Sister_Hyde].

Rewilding news

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jul/18/wild-bison-return-to-uk-for-first-time-in-thousands-of-years

Other tweets seen

Looks as though white ladies in that part of [what was] England may need a subcompact weapon such as a Derringer in their handbags: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derringer#Modern_designs. Pity that the law as it now is makes that practically impossible.

Even Penny Mordaunt, arguably the least objectionable of a pathetically-poor bunch, has had to parrot the NWO/ZOG line about supporting the Jew-Zionist regime in Kiev.

Britain has and has had no historical or current links with Ukraine, not of any importance. This is not our fight.

2022, the first year of the 33-year cycle leading up to and beyond the half-century. Everything is being intensified now, in order to create a dystopian society of controlled serfs.

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Ukraine

The Jew Zelensky, having sacked many diplomats, including ambassadors, now moves on others: see https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jul/18/ukrainian-spy-chiefs-dismissal-renews-questions-over-russian-infiltration.

Can it be that many even in the Kiev regime see accommodation with Russia as a better medium-term goal than confrontation which Ukraine cannot win?

As to other aspects of the Zelensky near-dictatorship:

Zelenskiy, widely feted on the world stage as a wartime leader, had been dogged on the domestic stage before the invasion by accusations that he had named inexperienced outsiders, including friends, to jobs in which they were out of their depth.” [Guardian].

A fact that actually surprised me is that the SBU (security directorate) has no less than 30,000 members; and that predated the invasion. In a country with only 44 million inhabitants. Compare that to the few thousand equivalent officials and employees in the UK.

The Kiev-regime Ukraine is and has been for 30+ years, a corrupt, Jewish-ruled, shambolic, dictatorial, and quite vicious, failed state.

Military situation:

The Russian military has declared a goal to cut off Ukraine’s entire Black Sea coast all the way to the Romanian border. If successful, the effort would deal a crushing blow to the Ukrainian economy and trade, and allow Moscow to secure a land bridge to Moldova’s separatist region of Transnistria, which hosts a Russian military base.” [Guardian].

Exactly what I have been blogging for months: Russian forces intend to take the coasts of the Sea of Azov (already accomplished) and Black Sea (about half now occupied), and then to occupy territory inland to a depth of perhaps 50, perhaps 100 miles. They also intend to take all or most (probably all) of Ukraine lying east of the river Dnieper. That would eventually also include, probably, Kiev itself.

Late tweets seen

Even in today’s Conservative Party, such asinine words and judgments stand out. I had scarcely heard of Bill Wiggin until today, but I have just seen his biographical details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Wiggin.

Provisional assessment? A rather silly fellow, who was also a pretty dishonest expenses cheat (see the Wikipedia entry).

I also notice that, despite his silver-spoon wealthy background (father was also a knighted Conservative Party MP, and Bill Wiggin was sent to Eton), the present Wiggin then took his degree (Economics) at Bangor University rather than somewhere like Oxford. A maverick choice, or could he not get into the latter?

Jesus H. Christ! So it is quite likely that the aged ranks of the Conservative Party rank and file will be asked to make a sage choice between a globalist Indian —who is plainly not quite the “clever boy” many thought two years ago— and either a Nigerian woman or dishonest and none-too-intelligent (or educated) Liz Truss?

It seems possible that the choice will be between a Nigerian and an Indian. Britain is sliding very very fast now.

Incidentally, how many white English are there in the corrupt and incompetent parliaments of Nigeria or India? That’s right— none.

There are still nuts and/or hypochondriacs out there for whom having, having had, or being in fear of getting, “Covid” is a major part of their self-image, their actual identity in fact.

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[Shishkin, Before the Storm]

Diary Blog, 16 July 2022

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On this day a year ago

Saturday quiz

Well, this week brings yet another victory over Blairite political journalist John Rentoul: I trumped his 6/10 with my 8/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1 and 9.

Incidentally, question 7 is (arguably) wrongly put: Ryanair was actually founded in 1984, but I presume that its active operations began in 1985.

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Well, all right, but which of the present bunch of Conservative Party leadership contenders has been “good at the job” given to them? Indian “clever boy” Sunak, whose spraying of public money at “furloughed” employees, and at often fraudulent and inactive small businesses, as well as other absurd “Covid”-related nonsense (eg “Test and Trace”) etc, has fuelled the present gathering inflation?

What about Liz Truss, who seems to want war with Russia, and who not long ago embarrassed this country by telling Sergei Lavrov that several indisputably-Russian cities such as Novgorod (between Moscow and Petersburg) were Ukrainian? She only became an MP in the first place on her back.

Kemi Badenoch? Not much can be found that is much against her, and she seems quite intelligent, but of course I could never countenance an African (in her case, Nigerian) as Prime Minister of this country.

Tom Tugendhat? Well, part-Jew, so I would not want him on that basis alone, as well as which he is a “very strong supporter of Israel” [Wikipedia], so that’s a second black mark. Seems to want war, or at least conflict, with Russia, so there’s a third black mark (anyone who seems to actually want war with Russia must be totally idiotic, looking at our inability to protect our population in such a contingency; it would mean the end of this country).

Fourthly, Tugendhat makes much, really too much, of his military experience (at first in whatever the Educational Corps is now called, followed by a TA commission in the Intelligence Corps). Seems that he was mainly a desk soldier, though exact details of his career are lacking, perhaps because politically or operationally sensitive.

Fifthly, as if the above were not enough, Tugendhat has attended at least one Bilderberg conference [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilderberg_meeting].

Also, Tugendhat actually holds French citizenship (as well as UK), and his wife is a judge in France, where she is said to be tied-up with the Macron cabal (see also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/).

Readers will not be surprised to be informed that, for me, Tugendhat comes right at the bottom of the list.

A poor bunch, surely, by any standards, and only two of the five contenders are English, or really/fully British— Penny Mordaunt and Liz Truss.

Penny Mordaunt seems to connect with “ordinary people”, for what that is worth. She is probably not much good, but no worse than the others.

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I cannot pretend that I am particularly sorry either for buyers or sellers in Britain’s superheated property market.

Incidentally, looking at Rightmove entries for my own present part of the world (central southern, and coastal, England), I see now that at least half of at least the more expensive properties are now marked as having been “reduced” from their original list prices.

Interesting Saudi Arabian rewilding project

[Al Ula, Saudi Arabia]
By 2035, the Royal Commission for AlUla will have:

•    Replanted hundreds of native plant species from 56 species of indigenous plants

•    Produced 31 million seedlings in its plant nursery

•    Planted 10 million trees in nature reserves across AlUla County

•    Rehabilitating some 65,000 hectares of degraded land

•    Adopted county-wide sustainable land management methods.

Already, more species are returning home to AlUla. Earlier this year 162 animals, including Arabian oryx, sand gazelles, idmi gazelles and Nubian ibex, were reintroduced. And more species are returning on their own.

Emma Gallacher, the project’s Conservation Initiatives Lead, says “Our camera trapping has revealed many species, including Arabian wolf, red fox, Blanford’s fox, Rock hyrax, Cape hare, North African wildcat, Arabian partridge, sand partridge and many more”.”

[Evening Standard]

“Lockdown”-nonsense news

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/covid-lockdown-fines-dropped-metropolitan-police-b1012348.html

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A mathematician, not a medical specialist of any kind: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hannah_Fry.

There must be some way to remove Trudeau and others…

The 2020-2022 period in the UK also showed how many minor functionaries here, in the police and NHS, even supermarket staff, loved having their moment of petty power to order people to adjust their facemask muzzles or move 6ft away from the next slave-citizen.

Time to establish an NHS unit to combat…hypochondria.

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I see that quite a few ads on TV are now colouring some element of the film or animation with the Ukrainian blue-and-yellow. One example, a blue/yellow cartoon bird on the side in some ad for (I think it was) insurance or something like that.

In the past day I have seen two or three ads with obvious “pro-Ukraine” (meaning, in effect, pro the Zionist cabal in Kiev) colours.

Are we still pretending that the “Stand with Ukraine” thing is not basically a conspiracy, retailing propaganda which has been swallowed whole by millions of deluded people? Like the “trans” nonsense, “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, it is but one part of a sinister jigsaw.

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Diary Blog, 15 July 2022

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[13thC bridge over the River Wey at Elstead, Surrey]

On this day a year ago

Tweets seen

All that pain for the peoples of Europe just so that the corrupt, unpleasant, shambolic regime in Kiev can be kept from falling. Without Western help, the Jew Zelensky and his cabal would fall within weeks.

Britain would regain its stature in the world if it were to join in friendship with Russia.

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Only five voters, so scarcely persuasively scientific; still, their views may well reflect the concerns of many.

Well, after all, she only became an MP in the first place “on her back”, to put it a trifle crudely, in that she was having an affair with the married Con MP Mark Field around the time that she was placed on the Conservative Party “A” List (thus almost guaranteeing selection as a Parliamentary candidate).

Liz Truss having been placed on the “A” List (and/or her candidature) may not have been entirely the result of undue influence, but it is likely to have been partly so.

The focus group in the above tweets came to the same conclusion as me— that Liz Truss is untrustworthy. Also, though evidently unknown to the focus group, Liz Truss displayed embarrassing ignorance when meeting Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov a while ago.

Basically, a woman with little to commend her.

In these terminally “woke” times, the newspaper did not ask the focus group whether Penny Mordaunt (or Liz Truss) being English (i.e. white Northern European) made a difference to them, as compared to Rishi Sunak (Indian) or others. I suppose that the focus group were themselves disinclined to mention race and culture; after all, the multikulti propaganda is relentless now, in every TV ad, every drama, every soap etc.

Good idea. Britain needs to get much more serious about the failings of the privatized water companies. Renationalization with minimal compensation might also be good, if done properly.

Late tweets

“Truth not wanted on voyage”…

Screw that. I am more than glad that I never had one of the experimental “vaccines”, “boosters” etc.

So far (ha), I remain fine, while most of the Twitter virtue-signallers who have been “vaccinated” and “boosted” have not only had “Covid”, “variant Covid”, “long Covid” etc, but are so weakened from it all that many will probably not survive the 2022-2023 winter. Some are unpleasant (((individuals))) who have made, over the past decade, a number of untrue, malicious, and abusive complaints about me to social media organizations, regulatory bodies, and even to tame police.

I suppose that I shall just have to accept that the days of my persecutors are numbered…

America is not only a colossus on legs of straw but becoming a joke on a gigantic scale.

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Diary Blog, 13 July 2022

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On this day a year ago

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When, though, will “Prison Planet” Watson carry through, identifying the group or cabal responsible for the continuing war on free speech in the UK?

In fact, the ZOG MPs in the Commons are panicking as they try to force through the fraudulent “Online Safety Bill”: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/jul/13/online-safety-bill-tories-free-speech-david-davis.

Once again, much of society runs scared from a condition which is taken care of in almost all cases by a couple of paracetomol tablets and a few days’ rest. Pathetic.

We tend to think (or used to think) that it was very odd that people, only a few hundred years ago, in the 15th and 16th centuries, were hounded and even executed for speaking in favour of a particular theory of cosmology or theology.

We in the West also thought, during the Soviet period, how odd that people in the Soviet Union or its satellites could be imprisoned, or even executed, for not going along with the “reality” imposed by a half-crazy regime.

Well, look now: many European countries imposing quasi-mediaeval laws against “holocaust” “denial” (free historical research and publication) at the instigation of the Jew/Israel lobby, while “Black Lives Matter”, “trans” activist loonies and others try to restrict freedom of expression in the USA, UK and elsewhere. Behind it, or most of it, “them”. (((Them))).

We know what has to be done, but are “not allowed” to express it openly.

Most of those girls would not have been exploited had they and society more reasoned “racism” and “discrimination”. Fact. As it was, though, they were bombarded from a young age by “anti-racist” propaganda. Behind much of it, at the strategic level? Yes, “them” (((again))).

It is still happening.

We must purge several milieux in the UK, starting with almost everyone and everything in the msm, both print and broadcast media. Not just journalist-liars and “commentators” all singing from the same basic hymn-sheet, but most comedians, many scribblers etc. Take away their rice-bowls. Close down the BBC and other TV stations. Eliminate the corrupters.

Suella Braverman

Looking at the Conservative Party leadership contest, I saw part of an interview with Suella Braverman. Unimpressive. Her knowledge-level is inadequate for the role she wishes to play. Indeed, many have said that she should even never have been appointed Attorney-General (and, with that, granted automatic letters-patent as Queen’s Counsel).

There was a time when any barrister who became an MP could apply to become QC, and be granted it on the nod, which is how otherwise unlikely barristers such as John Mortimer (the Rumpole writer) got the rank. Now no longer so.

Ironic in a way, that it is now more difficult for barristers who are MPs to apply for letters-patent to become “QC” when, for all other barristers, it has never been easier. About 10% of all practising barristers are now “QC”. Devalued, like most other ranks, titles, and honours these days.

Husband is one “Rael Braverman”. Jewish? She herself, though, identifies religiously with Buddhism, not with Judaism or her original Hinduism (mother was a Hindu, father may have been Roman Catholic, having originated in Goa).

Suella Braverman, though, must have been born under a lucky star in that, from being a run-of-the-mill barrister, she is now, only 7 years later, at age 42, in the running (in theory) to be leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister.

Even the Spectator is not too impressed by her: https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/does-suella-braverman-understand-welfare-

Pop. The sound of a balloon being burst. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suella_Braverman.

She seems to be in favour of free speech, though. Credit where due.

Tobias Ellwood

Look which gung-ho “let’s fight Russia” MP seems to lack the most basic moral courage and decency: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jul/13/tobias-ellwood-home-attacked-after-tory-mp-ran-over-local-cat.

Drove over a cat, failed to stop, later claimed not to have known. Also showed his lack of empathy by “offering to buy a replacement animal“. What? “A replacement“?! You cannot “replace” a dear animal friend.

The Hawas family, owners of the cat, did not want to speak in detail about the cat’s death, but a family member told the Daily Mail: “We just want to mourn our cat. We want nothing to do with Tobias Ellwood.” [Guardian].

Ellwood is very tied-up with the NWO/ZOG matrix, and the Jew-Zionist lobby. He is a fairly senior “Reserve” (TA, as was) officer, attached to the rather notorious psychological warfare unit, 77th Brigade: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/77th_Brigade_(United_Kingdom); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/77th_Brigade_(United_Kingdom)#Activities.

One aspect of that report made me laugh, albeit bitterly, at the cretinous mindset of a possibly typical Conservative Party voter: “Julie Holland, 61, who lives opposite the former vicarage owned by Stephanie Hawa, also 61, was also not sympathetic to the MP. Holland, who owns a cat called Boris, named after the prime minister, and a dog called Stanley, after Johnson’s father, said: ‘It’s a disgrace. If he had done that to my cat I would have done something about it. But, she added: “I’m still a supporter.”” [Guardian].

More on the Conservative leadership contest

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11009845/Blow-Rishi-Sunak-Tory-MPs-brace-vote-TODAY.html

Results of latest Tory leadership knockout at 5PM: Blow for Rishi as bombshell poll finds frontrunner would LOSE to Liz Truss OR Penny Mordaunt in head-to-head ballot of party members – as MPs finish voting to decide who will stay in contest.” [Daily Mail].

Well, guess what? Most rank-and-file Conservative Party members would actually quite like to be led by someone who is English (i.e. white). What a surprise. They do not want a party leader or Prime Minister who is Indian, Pakistani, or African.

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I wonder who these “activists” etc are? Probably “them” (((them))).

I have still not seen GB News. I doubt that I ever shall, or will ever regret not having seen it.

How? Mainly because there are groups or cabals working to destroy any vestige of national feeling in the young and very young. They have infiltrated the schools via the (often poor-quality) teaching staff.

Roma gypsies, hordes of them…

The Conservative party leadership contest is a classic example of a rigged “false choice” election. Not one candidate who is really social-national (even slightly), and most candidates Jew or non-white.

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Diary blog, 8 July 2022

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[painting by Canaletto]

On this day a year ago

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Is he wrong? I think not.

I had not previously heard of this particular MP. Her background: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dehenna_Davison. Leaving aside Brexit (which I favoured but which was ruinously executed from the start by the Conservative Party idiot-ministers, including “Boris”), she seems to be in favour of simplistic cut-throat capitalism, which is a pity, because more MPs should have her less than silver-spoon background (in her case, working intermittently when younger in a Pizza Hut, a betting shop etc).

I doubt that she will be an MP for much longer.

Part-Jew, and former desk officer in the Army.

Hm…”self-sufficient“? Not in the EU or UK, where farmers are a heavily-subsidized industry.

If they don’t sign up to all that scheiss, they don’t get far in the System political world. The trans nonsense is just part of it, together with climate change via CO2 emissions, anti-“racism”, pro-Jew/Israel-ism, the multikulti society, the various “Covid” nonsense(s) (facemask nonsense etc), and so on.

Stray thoughts

The “Boris” departure yesterday: what a quasi-Levantine pack of nonsense, with the new-ish wife, and small child, wheeled out for the approval of the various guests and hangers-on. Why did “Boris” not expostulate “eez nice…nice“, in the manner of the late Bruce Forsyth, or sundry Mediterranean restaurateurs?

The UK was once quite renowned for the probity of its administrative and political system, even when the politicians were not intrinsically very honest (in some cases). Now? More than a whiff of the Orient, or the old East European ghettoes, permeates our politics and civil service.

“Ukrainian” “refugees” in the Cotswolds

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-gloucestershire-62061084

More than 700 Ukrainians have been given a place to stay in Gloucestershire under the Homes for Ukraine scheme.

The government initiative allows UK residents to sponsor named Ukrainian nationals, with more than 1,000 applications received in the county.

Excel fled Ukraine when Russia invaded and said the Gloucestershire community has been “really helpful”.

[Ecce “Excel”, the supposed “Ukrainian”]

Excel, who worked as a gynaecologist and cancer specialist in Kyiv, has so far been unable to find work in the UK, but said that since moving near to Stroud, “everyone has been really friendly”.

He said he planned to just go to west Ukraine with his wife and mother-in-law, but they were forced to keep going until he hit the Polish border, a journey that would normally take six hours, but ended up taking four days.

[BBC News]

So…he “hit the Polish border“, and then suddenly found himself in…the Cotswolds…

I wonder how many of the dwindling audience of the BBC actually believe this horseshit?

Anyway, that’s one house in Gloucestershire (either now or soon) which will not be available to struggling British people…

Why could he not return to his native Nigeria? Rhetorical question, of course. He has no intention of ever leaving the UK.

Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad“. UK, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands. Others too.

Thanks to blog commentator “nativewarrior14” for that information.

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Andrea Jenkyns, about whom I blogged yesterday and also a few years ago: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/05/21/the-andrea-jenkyns-story/. I suppose that, in the end, you cannot make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. Chances are, she will be out of Parliament fairly soon.

The Great Replacement— it’s all around you. Just open your eyes.

We all know what has to be done with the untermenschen; we are just not allowed to say it or write it. So much for freedom…

Unsurprising. After all, he is an interloper, just like Priti Patel, Sunak etc.

Let us pray” (and let no-one know for what you pray).

What I was saying about “Boris”-idiot (and others) three years ago

It has stood the test of time, I think.

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[memorial, The Conquerors of Space, Moscow]

Deadhead MPs, An Occasional Series: The Gavin Williamson Story

Introduction

I had meant “Deadhead MPs” to be indeed “occasional” in these blog pages, but the “democratic” deadheads are so prevalent now, and so prone to getting themselves into trouble and into the newspapers, that I have had to write more often about them than I had at first intended.

Gavin Williamson’s background

So we move to Gavin Williamson. Where to start? At the beginning, I suppose: Williamson was born in 1976, in “bracing” Scarborough. His parents were both public sector office workers. Comprehensive school was followed by the University of Bradford, where he read Social Sciences. He was involved with the rowdy and eventually shut down Conservative Students organization, of which he was penultimate Chairman.

Williamson must have graduated in 1997 or 1998. The next we hear of him is in 2001, in North Yorkshire, where he was a county councillor for a while. He is also at that time involved in Conservative Party activities in Staffordshire and Derbyshire.

There is an obscurity about Williamson. We do not know what non-political jobs he has done, save for having been Managing Director of a fireplace manufacturer, Elgin & Hall, for a while (until 2004) and then Managing Director of and shareholder in Aynsley China, a Stoke on Trent china manufacturer founded in 1775 and which was dissolved in 2014. It seems, again, obscure as to when Williamson’s connection was severed, but between 2005 and his election as MP in 2010, he was also Managing Director of an architectural design firm or company. So we are told.

Am I missing something here? Williamson came from modest origins, his academic background seems to have been at best mediocre, there is no evidence in the public domain (that I have seen) of family wealth, yet here is Williamson, still in his twenties at that, becoming managing director of three separate companies in three different industries or areas of commercial activity, despite the fact that his academic background was in Social Sciences, nothing to do with business, industry, china manufacture, pottery, architecture or design. He is even described as “co-owner” (major shareholder?) of a china manufacturer. Where did he get the capital? Very odd.

It is likely that Williamson is a freemason, but all the same, his being appointed to those jobs (all seemingly within about 5-6 years) is a little strange, somehow.

Parliament

Williamson made a racing start in the House of Commons from election in 2010. He became a Parliamentary Private Secretary or PPS to a minister in 2011, again (this time to a Cabinet minister) in 2012, then made another career leap in 2013, becoming PPS to the Prime Minister (David Cameron-Levita).

In 2016, he supported Theresa May in her leadership bid, mainly (we are told) in order to stop Boris Johnson. In return, upon her victory, May made Williamson the Government Chief Whip.

In 2017, following the resignation of drunk and sex-pest Michael Fallon as Secretary of State for Defence (I feel another blog post in this series coming on…), Williamson was appointed to replace him.

Secretary of State for Defence

It was after having been appointed to Cabinet that Williamson’s lack of serious academic, political and intellectual background began to tell, resulting in a series of blunders and gaffes. The Sun “newspaper” reported that “

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has ‘lost the plot’ over barmy plan to put guns on tractors

Other crazy ideas include disguising mobile missile defence systems as Coca-Cola lorries and transforming old commercial ferries into beach assault craft”

and continued:

DEFENCE Secretary Gavin Williamson has stunned military chiefs with crackpot ideas to solve an equipment crisis — including fitting tractors with guns. Williamson‘s department faces a shortfall of £20billion in its budget for new equipment.”

A source said: “The man is out of his mind. No one knows what to do.”

As the MoD struggles to deal with a budget black hole, Williamson has been accused of hatching a series of crackpot schemes to solve an equipment crisis.

According to several senior sources they include:

  • MOUNTING “really expensive guns” on tractors and disguising mobile missile defence ­systems as Coca-Cola lorries;
  • BUYING old commercial ferries and transforming them into beach assault craft, and;
  • WASTING thousands of hours of civil service time on plans to launch his own medal

One insider said staff are at their wits’ end with Williamson, who insists on keeping a pet tarantula called Cronus in his MoD office.

The source added: “We need billions and serious ideas to tackle serious problems.

“Yet Williamson is mucking about with his spider and coming up with crazy suggestions. The man is out of his mind.

“His behaviour is totally bizarre and no one knows what to do.”

“Williamson took over at the MoD in November. The source added: “Everyone had so much hope in him. It all looks so misplaced now.”

Defence chiefs now fear Williamson’s bizarre regime has torpedoed any hope of the MoD getting ­desperately needed extra money out of the Treasury.

It needs £1billion more a year just to keep the armed forces at their present size — and it has to somehow fill a potential £20billion budget deficit in its £179billion ten-year equipment plan.

But sources say ex-furniture salesman Williamson’s failure to grapple with the detail and refusal to heed expert advice is proving disastrous.”

“It is feared he also scuppered any chance of a financial aid package by briefing against the Treasury and boasting he could “make or break” Theresa May as PM.

Williamson’s idea for armed tractors is said to have come at a summit on the equipment budget.

A source said: “Gavin just came out with it. He said, ‘Can’t we buy tractors and put really expensive guns on them?’ People were open-mouthed. Others didn’t know where to look. It was totally bizarre.”

Williamson has since denied ­making the comment.”

But insiders say it was just one of a stream of nonsensical suggestions.

He allegedly outlined the disguised missile trucks during a meeting with his Polish counterpart to discuss the renewed Russian threat.

A source said: “The idea was to have an HGV with the livery of the Coca-Cola brand — but inside would be a missile defence system.

“His plan was missiles systems disguised as soft drinks delivery trucks. No one really knows why.” [The Sun]

More:

  • Williamson thought that a proper way to respond to the Spanish government over Gibraltar was to fire paintballs at Spanish Navy gunboats;
  • Williamson responded to Russian comments about the Skripal affair by saying that “Russia should just shut up and go away”, hardly a suitable response, neither tough (bearing in mind Russia’s alleged behaviour) nor intelligent (bearing in mind Russia’s enormous and growing strength!);
  • Williamson “threatened” to send a warship (one of maybe a dozen or so that the UK now has) to the South China Sea, to intimidate China…That would really frighten a country that has 512 large ships, about 800 naval aircraft alone, and a quarter of a million sailors! (see the link in the Notes, below, for details of the truly fearsome Chinese order of battle on the high seas).

In Williamson’s very silly mental landscape, throwing around schoolboy remarks about paintballs, shutting up nuisances with a throwaway remark and disguising mobile missile-carriers as Coca-Cola trucks serve as brainstorming, I suppose…

Now, of course, Williamson has been sacked for supposedly having leaked secret talks in the National Security Council (NSC). He denies having done so. As Mandy Rice-Davies said, in another context, “well he would, wouldn’t he?”

What can we learn from this farce?

For me, there is much that could be learned, were there politicians with the ability to learn.

First of all, I am concerned less about the leak, or who did it, than the fact that a mediocre little careerist like Williamson could ever become an MP, let alone minister, let alone Cabinet minister. It must be something to do with freemasonry and/or the Israel lobby (is Williamson a member of Conservative Friends of Israel? Odds-on…).

Secondly, I am concerned that the now-ex Secretary of State for Defence has so much time on his hands that while in office he can spend a quarter of an hour telling his contact at the Daily Telegraph all about his day (or whatever). Also, was that mobile telephone secure?

As soon as the leak scandal blew up, I thought “either Williamson or Fox”. Fox probably learned his lesson when Cameron-Levita caught him leaking years ago.

South Staffordshire is one of the safest Conservative seats. Williamson got 69.8% of the votes cast in 2017.

What now?

Williamson has been replaced by Penny Mordaunt, though the reason remains obscure. Surely her stints as naval “reservist” sub-lieutenant were not taken into account? Rory Stewart MP, arguably a better candidate, was also elevated, but to another ministry.

As to Williamson himself, there are now calls for him to face police action and possible prosecution. Theresa May would rather avoid that, in the runup to the EU elections, but time will, of course, tell. Watch this space.

Notes

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gavin_Williamson

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Fallon

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penny_Mordaunt

https://www.elginandhall.co.uk/about/history/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aynsley_China

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/may/01/theresa-may-gavin-williamson-defence-secretary

https://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/24729/gavin_williamson/south_staffordshire

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People%27s_Liberation_Army_Navy

https://www.reuters.com/video/2019/04/30/chinas-vast-fleet-is-tipping-the-balance?videoId=544258607

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7079320/gavin-williamson-tractor-budget/

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6981825/How-Gavin-Williamsons-short-tenure-defence-secretary-mired-controversy.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Staffordshire_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2010s

Update, 6 May 2019

I doubt whether Williamson can ever recover from this whole situation, though he will be able to stay on as MP unless sacked by his local Conservative association. He will not be seen on the Conservative front benches again, though.

https://www.rt.com/uk/458424-williamson-may-health-invasions/

Update, 2 August 2019

Well, I was wrong. Not about Willamson as such, but the parting comment that his frontbench Conservative career had finished. Incredibly, Boris-idiot has appointed Williamson as Secretary of State for Education! So this twerp is actually posing as a Cabinet minister again! At first I was incredulous, but there again, you have a complete idiot as Prime Minister, and a bunch of total fuck-ups as Cabinet ministers anyway: Priti Patel, Matt Hancock, Sajid Javid, Liz Truss, Grant Shapps (!), that little pissant Robert Jenrick, Dominic Raab, Michael Gove, Andrea Leadsom, Amber bloody Rudd, the idiotic James Cleverly, Liz Truss (!), Theresa Villiers (a doormat for the Jew-Zionist lobby even in a Cabinet stuffed with Zionists and pro-Zionists) etc…

and…among those who sit in on Cabinet without being members, Nadine Dorries (I mean, how lowbrow can you go?) and even, on occasion, apparently, ah…the fellow who runs the Wetherspoon’s pub chain! Who is not even an MP!

Among the rest of the Cabinet and the occasional attendees, I suppose that Williamson does not stand out as impossibly half-witted. No, he fits in just fine…

“Ian Millard has left the building”…

Update, 4 March 2022

Williamson was dismissed as Education Secretary in 2021; also dismissed from Cabinet and Government.

Update, 26 October 2022

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/gavin-williamson-government-cabinet-office-prime-minister-cabinet-b2211106.html

Unbelievable.

Update, 8 November 2022

A useless freeloader, personifying the broken UK political system.