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Diary Blog, 27 September 2022

Morning music

[Lascaux cave painting, estimated to be from about 15000 BC]

On this day a year ago

Police priorities

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11250119/Police-catching-criminals-not-involving-Twitter-chief-constable-warns.html

Police should spend more time catching criminals than involving themselves in ‘spats on Twitter‘ and attempts at ‘inclusion’ like dancing on duty, a chief constable has warned. 

Andy Marsh, who has been head of the College of Policing since September 2021, said forces should prioritise reversing exceptionally low rates of solving crimes.

The guidance comes as police officers have repeatedly been warned over dancing on duty at events such as the Notting Hill festival and pride parades. 

It also follows comments from new Home Secretary Suella Braverman, who told chiefs to spend less time on ‘diversity’ and concentrate on fighting crime. 

The police executive, who was chief constable of Avon and Somerset and Hampshire, said: ‘Our new guidance on managing non-crime hate incidents, for example, is very clear: The police should not be involving themselves in spats on Twitter. 

‘It is not where the public want the police to be. We cannot pick sides on contested social issues…”

[Daily Mail]

Not before time. In particular, certain police forces (Essex, Derbyshire, Devon & Cornwall, Gloucestershire etc) have allowed themselves to be manipulated and brainwashed by the malicious Jew-Zionist pressure group calling itself “Campaign Against Antisemitism”, which pretends to be a large, important, influential organization, but in reality consists of a few dozen fanatical Jews obsessed by supposed “anti-Semitism”, and focussed also on defending the very tarnished reputation of the Israeli state.

Take a look at a few of my experiences of the past 6 years: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/; 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/.

[Police drone speeds to the scene of a suspected “antisemitic trope” reported by the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”…*parody*]

Tweets seen

Did the USA ever have that? Certainly not after Vietnam.

That John Semenowicz character is rather odd: see https://guernseypress.com/news/2022/04/06/headline/.

Russia

Russia is in turmoil mainly because it lost its ideology when socialism collapsed around 1989. Yeltsin and his Jew kleptocracy could offer nothing to most Russians, and robbed them blind. Putin gave stability and a semblance of national dignity, but offered no new ideology, just Great Russian or “Muscovite” nationalism, a smattering of Russian Orthodox religion, and a nod or two to the partly-discredited Soviet past.

Only when Russia discovers its new ideology will it rediscover its soul, or vice versa. With that will come cohesion, and then unstoppable power.

Falling pound

We have seen the currency news reported as if it was some unexpected event suddenly falling from the sky. In fact, quite a few people (including me) have been predicting it for at least 2 years.

The whole nonsense around the “pandemic” (panicdemic) led to the UK government throwing around money like a drunken sailor, while closing down much of the economy for 1-2 years. Result— misery.

Yes, having a woolly-headed n****r as Chancellor of the Exchequer, a ridiculous half-caste nincompoop as Foreign Secretary, and above all a stupidly ignorant careerist woman as (posing as) Prime Minister, all triggered this alarming collapse in the value of sterling, but beyond all that there is the strategic question.

Britain was part of a trading bloc. Now it is alone in those terms, and the limited trade deals with Australia, Singapore etc cannot replace the main relationship with the EU. I myself favoured Brexit for several reasons, but it had to be handled properly. It never was. The governments of the past 7 years have made no serious attempt to make Brexit work properly.

It is clear that international forces look at the UK, see it being invaded by armies of breeding non-whites, see the UK’s continuing low productivity, see the lack of a sustainable forward-looking plan, and are running away…

To what extent the situation amounts to an attempt to collapse British society further, in order to further the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan throughout Europe, is an open question.

45p in the £ tax

The Liz Truss “government” is still defending the reduction in top-rate tax to 40p in the £. The argument is that the reduction will actually result in more tax coming in, in the end. Maybe, maybe not, but what it does do, immediately, is destroy any sentiment (however fake) that “we are all in this together”, i.e. social cohesion, as the highest paid are given a tax break at the very same time that most people are struggling.

Tax experts, economists etc may well argue that inflation hitting the poor and “middle” is not the same field of argument as a tax break for the rich and affluent. Tell that to the poor and “middle” of society. After all, they are, overwhelmingly, the voters.

More tweets

So woolly-head Kwasi, as MP, was also getting £20,000 a year for doing very little but being on the payroll of Odey’s outfit?

Looks as though Odey’s bet paid off. A few bungs of £10,000 every 6 months, and Odey has made millions, maybe hundreds of millions, out of it.

https://www.ft.com/content/d54b4915-60a2-4f73-b1b9-6ea4b7523dd9

…and all people do is tweet, or blog, about it…

Once more, I regret the absence in the UK of any credible — indeed any — social-national party. If my circumstances were different, I would cast caution to the winds and create one myself. Not yet, anyway.

So the storm of madness gathers, with Western (NWO) states, generals, suppposed “experts” all offering nuanced views on “proportionate response” to any Russian tactical nuclear strike in Ukraine (a failed “state”— corrupt, and under Jew-Zionist dictatorship— that has only existed since 1991, and with which the UK has had no treaty or other links).

War games played by the staff colleges of leading powers since the 1960s all came to the same conclusion: any first use of strategic (or even tactical) nuclear weapons in an exchange between NATO and (pre-1991) the Warsaw Pact, i.e. Russia, resulted in an all-out nuclear war.

The question now is whether NATO powers (mainly USA and UK) would attack Russia with strategic nuclear weapons if Russia attacks Ukraine with tactical nuclear weapons. It would be mad. Even within Europe, you could kiss goodbye to, inter alia, London and Paris, for a start. Still want to come up to play?

In fact, Russia might respond with an all-out attack whatever weapons and tactics NATO were to use directly against Russia.

This is not our fight. Steer clear.

Finally, without denigrating Bob Seely, a Conservative MP who was in the British Army, he did serve mostly as a sergeant, so was not concerned directly at that time with high strategy; he did receive a commission later: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Seely.

Seely has also studied these questions academically, and been a journalist (his family owns a large chunk of the Isle of Wight), but are you willing to bet your shirt, your home, or your life on that?

I do not trust journalists, System politicians, or academics specializing in “national security”, strategic studies etc. I do not even trust generals.

Once the UK, USA or any other NATO power (I doubt whether France would get involved, in fact) attacks Russia directly (including Crimea), that’s it. World War Three will be launched. Russia will launch, regardless of the motives, the nuances, the “messages” being sent etc, and we shall be lucky to live through it (if that would even be lucky).

More police nonsense

Looks as though Sussex Police are well and truly contaminated.

Seems that my blog post from 2018 is still relevant…https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/11/15/when-reality-becomes-subjective/.

[Late update: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11255977/Sussex-Police-issue-humiliating-apology-Home-Secretary-blasted-policing-pronouns.html].

Having said that, the Reich would have solved the original problem with a couple of well-aimed rounds…

Let’s see whether the new King Charles has the grit to cut adrift “the Harry formerly known as Prince” and the “royal” Mulatta. I doubt it.

Late tweets

Only because Peter Hitchens and others publicly prominent made a fuss. Others less supported are still going to be “cancelled”, and will be until the officials of PayPal, and major banks etc, are actually afraid to behave in the way they now do.

Late music

Diary Blog, 16 September 2022, including thoughts about what happens once the funeral of the late Queen is over

Morning music

[Marble Bridge, Tsarskoe Selo, nr. St. Petersburg, Russia]

On this day a year ago

On the blog 5 years ago

Overkill

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11216931/JANET-STREET-PORTER-royals-dont-want-Britain-shut-Queen.html

I agree, for once, with Janet Street-Porter. The whole thing has been overdone. Instead of a quiet, dignified series of events, a mass circus in which good taste and real respect has been —partly at least— left behind.

Tweets seen today

At last the Russian high command is starting to think truly tactically, meaning in this case obliquely.

It will be recalled that the Iraqi Army flooded large areas at one time, in the 1980s and later, both when fighting Iran and when fighting the “Allied forces” (USA, mainly).

I made that point a few days ago on the blog, citing the dictum of Clausewitz about how the ratio “moral” or morale vis a vis the “material” is 3:1.

We tend to forget that, though the southeastern part of Ukraine is a war zone, that does not mean that all areas suffer continuous fighting. Far from it. The Ukraine is about 3x the size of the UK, and nearly 5x the size of England. The southeastern parts known as the Donbass or Don Basin (Donetsk and Lugansk regions) are, together, about half the size of England.

From their foreign correspondents

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/sep/16/when-mourning-ends-reality-will-hit-hard-european-journalists-on-britains-mood

…the foreign media cover this long period of ceremonial mourning with less servility. Hardly any British media, for example, dared comment on King Charles III’s rude gesture of impatience during the acclamation.

[Stefanie Bolzen, in Die Welt]

 “...a new recession, heralded by galloping inflation – the real thief in the night for working-class people, has caught the government off guard, with a new PM who has everything to prove, having been elected by a small number of Conservative members.”

[Rafael de Miguel, in El Pais]

The risk is always that the UK ends up not as Global Britain but Little England. This, too, would have been a nightmare for the Queen.

[Antonello Guerrera, La Repubblica]

[Liz Truss]

Pound sliding, inflation stoking, and recession likely

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-62923994

Still think that closing down the economy for almost 2 years (because a virus was supposedly killing one out of every thousand people, mostly aged and/or with serious pre-existing health problems), and while doling out “free” money to individuals and companies via “furlough” payments, grants, “loans” etc, was a good policy? Think again.

A delusionary time, but what happens once the funeral of the late Queen has been held?

The death of the late Queen, and the consequent ritual arrangements and spectacles, is occupying the msm in the UK to an almost (?) unprecedented extent.

It may be that the Diana death hysteria of 1997, about which I have heard, and the Silver Jubilee of 1977, were similar; I cannot say, having been out of the UK when those two events occurred. In 1977, I was in Rhodesia, and in 1997 I was in Kazakhstan.

In fact, I only heard of the Diana incident 2-3 days after it happened, when I attended a regular Monday morning meeting at my office in Almaty, the then capital.

The British Embassy opened a book of condolence, and I was told by one of my Embassy contacts that, out of all the ~70 British residents (in the city) of which the Embassy was aware, I was the only one who had not signed (though not because I was hostile to Diana, but because of simple lack of interest).

My non-signing may have also been noted because, about 10 months previously, I had attended by invitation a royal reception at the Ambassador’s official Residence, where I had met and briefly chatted to Prince Charles, as he then was. Also, because I was at the Embassy quite often, at least a couple of times per week.

I have blogged in the past about how, on my return to London a few weeks later, friends told me about the collective psychosis (?) that had descended (on London at least), with pubs full of blubbing drinkers etc.

I am now thinking ahead to the day, or perhaps two or three days after the funeral of the late Queen (next Monday, 19 September 2022). What then?

We as a nation (insofar as Britain still is a nation) face huge economic problems, as well as ingrained social problems. The cloud of illusion all too obvious this week on TV, in the Press etc will blow away, and the country may come down to Earth with a very hard jolt.

The sentiment around the enormous queues going to see the late Queen’s coffin etc is somewhat illusory. The hundreds of thousands of people shuffling toward Westminster, or lining the Mall, are still only about 1% of the whole UK population. The vast majority, almost all in fact, seem to be English/British, i.e. white, and most (that I have seen in photos, on TV etc), are middle-aged or elderly.

This will all look very different in six months’ time.

Late tweets seen

It is not the function of the police to patrol our minds“.

Hitchens knows it, I know it, most other people —I hope— know it, but the police themselves do not seem to know it, and neither does the Jew-Zionist lobby (which exercises far too much influence over some police forces), as witness my own experiences: 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/.

[UK police hurrying to the scene of a possible “anti-Semitic trope”]

Late music

Diary Blog, 3 September 2022, with thoughts about 1939, and about the political situation in the UK in 2022

Afternoon music

[Tiger tanks in action, 1943]

On this day a year ago

Incidentally, I forgot to mention yesterday that a whole year has now elapsed since the local police turned up at my door, pursuant to a false and malicious complaint made against me by a leading member of the very small but intermittently active pack of Zionist Jews called “Campaign Against Anti-Semitism”. It took me over 4 months to shake “them” (((them))) off, or should I say “scrape them off” (my shoe). See 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/.

Saturday quiz

Well, I once again trounced political journalist John Rentoul this week. 6/10 as against his 1/10 or, as he prefers, one-and-three-quarters out of ten. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 7, 9, and 10.

I “really”, in the back of my mind, knew no. 10, and —had I thought about it— might have got no.7 too. Still, there it is. I am OK with 6/10 this week.

It does cross my mind as to why the public should pay heed to John Rentoul when he cannot do better than he usually does in these weekly quizzes. I suppose that he specializes in politics, but can you really do that without a good general knowledge base?

A policeman’s pot

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/sep/02/officer-who-wrote-mets-drug-strategy-smoked-cannabis-daily-panel-told

The fish rots from the head, and nowhere is that more obvious, arguably, than in the police.

Ukrainian “refugee” turns out to be a corrupt ex-cop and fraudster

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11175827/Ukrainian-refugee-evicted-heartless-British-landlord-moving-180-000-house-RENT-FREE.html

3 September 1939

As we know, Britain and France gave Poland a worthless guarantee, so that when Germany invaded Poland on 1 September 1939, the two guarantors declared war on the Reich (on 3 September 1939), despite being entirely unable to take offensive action of any sort.

Britain and France turned a blind eye to the simultaneous Soviet invasion of Poland from the East.

The following 8-9 months was known in the UK as the Phoney War or Bore War (the first fatal casualty on the British side occurred over three months after the declaration of war), and on the German side as Sitzkrieg (“Sitting War”).

If only an honourable armistice could have been made between Germany and Britain either in 1939 or 1940, thus saving at least Western and Central Europe from several years of death, misery and destruction.

The same could be said of the situation in late 1914.

The failure of diplomacy and political leadership in 1939-40 resulted not only in the following years of war, but in what happened in the decades after 1945— population displacement, environmental degradation, premature decolonization, wars and civil wars (eg in Africa), not to mention Eastern, and part of Central, Europe crushed under Soviet rule for half a century.

Now we once more stand before such a situation: a non-state or “failed state”, Ukraine, being supported —pointlessly— from the rear by Western states —particularly USA and UK— , without thought to what might happen if Russia tires of it all and launches a terrifying and world-changing strategic nuclear attack on the West. It could happen. Europe would then have to start over, and rebuild from a very low point.

The autograph-hunter

Tweets seen

The best any British person can hope for is that the migrant-invaders will be just useless, and a deadweight millstone round the necks of the British people. That is the best hope. Forget fantasies of how any of them will be some great gift to us, or that they will be brain surgeons, scientists etc. If they are not violent criminals or terrorists, be grateful. I suppose. Or get rid of them.

Britain, though flawed and broken, was still recognizable until 1997, or maybe 2005. After that, it morphed into an alien dystopia.

Meanwhile, black mobs are allowed to roam over Central London almost unopposed. Britain, 2022.

…and keep on ******* going until I tell you to stop!

Africa goes to Washington. Anyone not “agreeing” with the people in power is an “extremist”, and so an enemy. Goodbye, USA…

If that silly woman makes it beyond the end of the year, I shall be surprised, and if she is still PM in April 2023, I shall be astonished.

The political situation at present is that, after three years of shambolic “leadership” by part-Jew/Levantine “Boris”, the Conservative Party is imploding before our eyes. In our rigged binary First Past the Post system, that automatically favours the otherwise despised fake Opposition, Labour.

The absurd LibDems will now probably survive solely because there are millions of people who will never vote Labour but who are now completely disenchanted with the Conservative Party. The LibDems are an easy option for those semi-floating voters, not least because the LibDems threw away all principle in 2010 to form the Con Coalition.

Despite what the opinion polls are now saying, I cannot see Labour forming a majority government.

I was interested to see that Labour may stand down candidates in many seats where Labour usually comes third or fourth. A tactic to help the LibDems.. A tacit admission that both Labour and Con are no longer “national” parties in the old sense. They are both persona non grata in different parts of (even) England and Wales, let alone Scotland.

More music

The DDR (East Germany). As I have blogged previously, a strange state, a kind of facade of a state rather than a real one, as it seemed to me in a couple of summer days in 1988. Yet that state, which vanished in a puff of smoke only a year or so later, was more substantial in some ways than we in the UK usually thought.

I suppose that, growing up in the Cold War era of the 1960s and 1970s, one tended to think of East Germany as being mainly the East Berlin of The Spy Who Came In From The Cold or Funeral in Berlin.

East Berlin, and the Wall, tended to be thought of as looming hugely, not only over Berlin itself, but also over the hard-to-visualize rest of the DDR.

In fact, the DDR, though not huge, and small compared to West Germany, was itself not a very small country; almost half the size of the UK, and about 90% of the size of England.

The DDR was too small a state to engage in autarky. It had no choice but to ride alongside the Soviet Union (and the rest of COMECON). The new Germany is different. more than one and a half times the size of the UK (about 3x the size of England).

What is holding back Germany, psychologically, is the legacy of 1945, the huge destruction and hurt caused by complete military defeat.

More music

Late tweets

The President of Latvia, Levits, a half-Jew, is obviously trying to expand the war. Strange, when Latvia would be one of the first countries to be flattened by any major new or expanded war in the region.

One can see what is quite likely to happen: the military aid to the Kiev regime will be increased, with better and newer weapons, ammunition and training. The Ukrainian/Kiev regime side will then advance, and will attack Crimea and mainland Russian borderlands.

At that point, Russia may respond with a wave of tactical nuclear weapons. From then on, Europe and the Western world would be in uncharted waters.

So the Jew Zelensky has an Italian villa, as well as a USD $40 Million one in Florida? He has certainly not wasted his few years as President of the Ukrainian fake state (or failed state).

O’Brien is a radio loudmouth who imagines that he is terribly clever.

Late music

[Vltava river in Prague]

Diary Blog, 21 August 2022, with some thoughts about Russia and the assassination of Daria Dugina

Morning music

On this day a year ago

Aleksandr Dugin and Daria Dugina

The daughter of Russian geopolitical thinker Aleksandr Dugin has been killed in a car bombing.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-62621509.

It is an open question as to whether agents of the Kiev regime were the perpetrators. The incident may have been planned and carried out by persons within the Russian and/or Kremlin elite, possibly as a proxy attack on Putin. It may even have been carried out by or on behalf of one or more external agencies, such as the CIA, or even MOSSAD.

Present speculation is that Dugin himself was the target, a theory supported by the apparent fact that Dugin was intending to use the same car as his daughter until deciding to travel separately; that would have been shortly before the bomb exploded.

If accurate, the facts known seem to indicate both that there was at least one hostile agent somewhere in or around the Dugin circle, and that Dugin’s guardian angel (literally) saved him.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksandr_Dugin; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fourth_Political_Theory; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foundations_of_Geopolitics.

Is this somehow connected with the upsurge in Ukrainian (Kiev regime) attacks on both Crimea and Russia itself in recent days?

I do not expect these events to go unpunished. We may be about to see an escalation of the war which will surprise and shock.

Interesting sidelight

Leonid Grigoryevich Ivashov [Леонид Григорьевич Ивашов]:

On 31 January 2022, during the 2021–2022 Russo-Ukrainian crisis, as Chairman of the Russian Officers’ General Assembly, Gen. Ivashov published a statement condemning Putin’s “criminal policy of provoking a war” and calling for President Putin’s resignation.[6][7][8].

Blaming Putin for risking “the final destruction of Russian statehood and the extermination of the indigenous population of the country” Ivashov stated that the real danger for Russia was not NATO or the West but “the unviability of the state model, the complete incapacity and lack of professionalism of the system of power and administration, the passivity and disorganization of society.” Under these conditions “no country survives for long“.[8]

According to Roderick Gregory, “Ivashov believes that NATO is a hostile power, but his experience has taught him that the NATO/U.S. threat is under control and no external threat is imminent from the Western powers.”

[Wikipedia]

That of course depends on what is regarded as “an external threat“. In terms of actual invasion by NATO forces, that is obviously correct, but since the mid-1990s, NATO bases have been established in the Baltic region and elsewhere, and NWO/ZOG-supported uprisings based on fake “democracy” have occurred in various countries around Russia, most obviously in Ukraine.

In my view, Ivashov is right to say that “the unviability of the state model” is the biggest strategic problem facing Russia.

“Putinism” is a clearly-transitional model.

At first there was tsardom; Imperial Russia, based mainly on a society of noble landowners, business people, peasantry and clergy, all under an absolute ruler, the Tsar. That was “viable”, as its longevity proved, but failed to withstand the pressure when the “business” element burgeoned, starting to squeeze out the aristocracy (as in Chekhov’s play The Cherry Orchard), and when a new class, the industrial proletariat, started to push against the old order.

Then there was Sovietism, which again, for all its flaws, was a “viable” state model. According to its lights, it worked. It established a system which functioned, to which people gave allegiance, to some extent genuine allegiance, and which was, however grudgingly, accepted by the vast majority of the population as legitimate —and in any case embedded— for decades.

When Sovietism collapsed, which officially happened in 1991 but which had been happening under the surface even before 1989, what replaced it was a nothing, really, the Yeltsin klepto-state, in which the key people were the upstarts who had been nobodies only a few years before— Jew “oligarchs” (business tricksters) and various species of gangster.

When I myself was first in Moscow, in 1993, there were still traces of Sovietism everywhere, from having a “duty woman” stationed at a desk on each floor of my hotel, the Ukraina (for security, and to monitor the hotel guests), to having to be “invited” to Russia before being granted a visa.

I myself was invited, nominally, by the Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation, the successor body to the USSR Academy of Sciences, and the people I went to see were based at the Academy of Sciences new building in Leninsky Prospekt.

[Leninsky Prospekt, Moscow]
[Президиум Российской академии наук. Москва, Ленинский проспект, the hugely-ugly Academy of Sciences building, which I visited several times in 1993]
[Ukraina Hotel, Kutuzovsky Prospekt, Moscow, where I stayed in 1993]

Those traces of Sovietism were there but fading fast. The “duty woman” on my floor was not the aged dragon of legend but a rather flirtatious young woman who used to chat with me at length. According to her, her floor contained, on one side, “quiet businessmen” (in which group she apparently numbered me) and, on the other side, “hooligani” (i.e. criminal types).

Chechen gangsters certainly stayed there— I recall chatting once to one of their commanders. His gold tooth was very striking.

The state had all but disappeared, replaced by a hotch-potch of business-related and/or crime-related structures.

After some years of near-chaos, “Yeltsinism”, if it existed at all as an ideology (I think not) was replaced by “Putinism”, which was also, and remains, unformed ideologically. A mixture of Russian nationalism, big business, and cronyism, with a few add-ons (Russian Orthodox Church backing, a few gestures to the Western consumer society etc).

Russia has still not found its way to a new ideology and system. Most people in Russia are still looking back— to the old Russian Orthodox Church, to tsarism, to the days of the Soviet Union, or are looking to the declining West as a way forward.

This was predicted, not only by me but by others, such as Sergei O. Prokofieff, the grandson of the composer Prokofiev. I was slightly acquainted with his father (all three now deceased). See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_O._Prokofieff.

Ivashov’s point (see above) is proven by the ghastly mess the Russian Army has made of the Ukraine invasion. Complete ill-preparedness, incompetence, inability to organize. This is not the army that took over most of Afghanistan in a few days.

From the point of view of the Threefold Social Order, the key weakness of Russia under Putin is that the economic or business element has become far too entangled with the State. The result is two-fold: business imperatives have to be placed at the disposal of the State but, also, the State cannot act decisively because business convenience has led to flawed decisions and to people appointed via cronyism and corruption.

I am beginning to wonder whether this possibly botched assassination was not a kind of 20 July 1944 moment, though not aimed directly at Putin himself: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Valkyrie. Or possibly a warning to Putin, by some part of whatever the Russian Army General Staff now consists of.

Russia needs an ideology, something beyond ordinary Russian nationalism, in which it can believe. “Without vision, the people perish” [Book of Ezekiel].

Peter Hitchens

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11130351/PETER-HITCHENS-stairs-bossing-time-rebelled.html.

Fascinating that the Mail on Sunday/Daily Mail online disallows readers to comment on Hitchens’ column. What are the msm manipulators afraid that the readers might write?

At times, the System presents itself as all-powerful, but in reality it only has the power allowed it by the people, usually by default, because the people are asleep most of the time.

That was seen during the panicdemic, when the State and its offshoots (eg the police) imposed all kinds of arbitrary nonsense: the facemask nonsense, “social distancing”, wearing a facemask muzzle in the supermarket but not in the pub across the way, the ludicrous “Rule of Six”, the “one-way systems” seen in some supermarkets and other places, and little retail nobodies suddenly given the power to say “move back a little” or “wear your mask higher over your nose“.

The police were among the worst offenders, poisoning lakes in the Peak District in case hikers might want to go to see them, using loudspeaker drones to bully middleaged couples walking on hills, and so on.

It was actually frightening to see how easily brainwashed many people were, such as the hysterical Welsh farming family who called both the police and the newspapers to rant and cry about the two people from England who had camped on one of their bare and deserted wet hillsides. Apparently, the campers had, in some manner unknown, “endangered” the Welsh hysterics just by being there. However, the newspaper reporters were OK (or did they slip the peasants a few pounds to make it all OK?).

The police were in their element as real crime all but ceased, leaving Plod plenty of time to chase after and fine motorists and motorcyclists taking a leisurely drive on the empty roads. The police were also able to polish their skills as a poundland KGB monitoring social media.

While all the above was happening, large numbers, perhaps millions, of unthinking idiots were out on command every week, clapping like trained seals “for the NHS” (which all but closed down) and the other “key workers” such as the very police who were enforcing the Government’s repression (and adding a few off-the-cuff “measures” of their own, such as examining shopping bought by people to make sure that the purchases were “reasonable”).

There was more. Far more. The nonsense went deep, and most people felt obliged to comply with much of it. Ironic. We used to laugh or shake our heads at the sorry citizens of North Korea or East Germany…

The bright spot, though, is that, gradually, many people did wake up, and realized that the “pandemic” was to a large extent a “scamdemic” and certainly a “panicdemic”.

Eventually, after having wasted hundreds of billions of pounds (the result of which we are now seeing as our economy collapses), the Government pretended that the useless and even harmful pseudo-“vaccines” could be presented as having “saved” the UK from worse outcomes, and so relaxed the absurd “measures” before the public rebelled en masse, which as I predicted was starting to happen (not by violent resistance but by people just not wearing the facemasks, and ignoring the stupid “Rule of Six” and “social distancing” etc). “Yes repeat no”.

Even now, though, one sometimes sees the odd crank wearing a facemask.

My view

I have posted this before, but perhaps now it is time to repeat it:

Soon, sooner than many imagine, those of us still alive will be called upon to re-establish European civilization and culture. That may be hard and may be harsh, but it must be done. God mote it be!

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…or indeed a “Ukrainian” “refugee“(since 2002, in the UK or Ireland)…

Meanwhile, a pantomime horse has just won the Derby. Oh, wait a minute…

Still, we should be careful about what we mock: what happens in California often takes a few years (maybe only one or two) to make it to the East Coast of the USA, then a few years more (maybe only one or two these days) to reach the UK.

…and some people still think that voting in an occasional rigged election for this or that puppet, or for this or that facade of a political party, will change things…

Liz Truss

Talking of System puppets, I happened to see this [below] about Liz Truss:

Looking at Liz Truss, at the sheer mendacity and general dishonesty of the woman, about how she has managed to claw ahead in career terms without ever having actually achieved anything concrete, and about how she basically became an MP on her back, I am convinced that —assuming that Indian “clever boy” Sunak fails to overtake her— she will be a truly rotten Prime Minister, quite as bad as Boris-idiot has been, and will be facing a far more difficult set of challenges, especially economically.

This just might be the time for which social nationalism has been waiting for so long. An incompetent and stupid woman as Prime Minister, public dissatisfaction turning to anger as millions go cold and hungry, and a (so far) very uninspiring official Opposition.

All we need is an organizationally and ideologically tight party core; a start, if you like. Once such a movement develops and expands, it can crush all opposition.

Britain 2022

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/police-investigate-woman-who-hit-26940000

Black boy throws mud, with others, at a woman paddling a kayak, allegedly then gets hit by her, and the little bastard’s family now want the (white) woman to face prosecution!

All too typical…

@EternalEnglish

Well, it was always going to happen. The linked Jew-Zionist and “antifa” elements have managed to have tweeter @EternalEnglish closed down, at least for now. Pity, but that is what happens these days.

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Silver lining?

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

Diary Blog, 12 August 2022

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On this day a year ago

The “Glorious 12th”

12 August, and the start of the open season for grouse in England.

About 4% of England consists of grouse moor, some 1.3M acres, and almost all (as much as 99%) of that is in private hands.

Even leaving aside the ethics of shooting living birds “for fun”, this is not good. The red grouse is increased in number by reason of being bred for the shoot, and a few other species (curlew, lapwing etc) may also be helped, but many others (both birds and ground animals) are persecuted and their numbers reduced by direct action of gamekeepers and/or by habitat loss.

A clip from a year ago:

The grouse moors should mostly be rewilded. That would aid nature conservation, also conserve water, and improve aesthetics as well.

See also: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/aug/05/britains-national-parks-dominated-by-driven-grouse-moors-says-study (bear in mind that national parks in the UK, unlike most other countries, consist mostly of privately-held land, albeit subject to a special regime of law and regulation).

The BBC has lost both its authority and its reason to exist

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11104023/Former-BBC-presenter-Sue-Cook-blasts-corporation-woke-Nigel-Farages-TV-show.html.

Former  Crimewatch presenter Sue Cook has criticised the BBC’s ‘shameful’ reporting, claiming the broadcaster is concerned with ticking ‘woke boxes’….

…she accused the corporation of not wanting to ‘question anything’, particularly during the pandemic, as she claimed the BBC is no longer the ‘absolute national institution’ that it used to be.

Sadly it’s not looking very good,’ she told Nigel Farage on his GB News show Talking Pints. ‘It was an absolute national institution and a huge treasure, and I think they still do some good dramas although not quite as good as they used to be.

‘You see all the woke boxes being ticked, as the cast comes on.’

Miss Cook added: ‘The foreign correspondents are still second to none – people like Frank Gardner and Jeremy Bowen and Orla Guerin are wonderful. But the news-gathering is really quite shameful. And they don’t seem to want to question anything.’

She lambasted the BBC for its Covid coverage.

‘It is shameful,’ she said. ‘Throughout lockdown did anybody ever ask, “Why?” How are children going to be affected if you’re closing schools? How are university students affected if you’re shutting universities? Knife crime went up. Was there any journalism about that?’

‘In my day we’d have found out the truth.”

[Daily Mail]

Suella Braverman

The above tweets are not completely accurate. For one thing, a lawyer qualified and/or licensed to practice in one or more states of the USA is not, thereby, a “US Attorney“. This is an irritating error that one sees quite often, not only in tweets by ignorant persons on Twitter, but even in UK newspapers.

A U.S. Attorney is, quite specifically, an attorney who is a Federal prosecutor. I have met a number of them.

Someone qualified to practise law in one or more states of the USA is merely an attorney, not a “US Attorney”, and that is so whether or not a US citizen. The correct term would be “American attorney”, or simply “attorney”.

As for Suella Braverman’s default(s), the tweets below explain the situation quite well. It seems that (like me), Suella Braverman qualified for the New York Bar [Bar of the State of New York] and then, also like me, either never practised there, or ceased to live and practise in New York or other part of the USA.

I myself paid my New York Bar dues for years (I think USD $300 every couple of years) until, circa 2010, I realized that it was money thrown away, and that I would never return to work as a lawyer in the USA. I was therefore and thenceforth “delinquent” in terms of non-payment, though (as far as I know) was never actually suspended from practice.

Water under the bridge now in any event for me and, presumably, also for Suella Braverman.

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London. Zoo…

You just know that, even if the amount of money given to the police doubled overnight, they would still be trying to act like a poundland KGB rather than doing their proper job. They would double down on “anti-racism”, “anti-Semitism”, anti-“trans” nonsense etc, “Covid” (etc) nonsense. Why? Because the groups and (((cabals))) behind all that have wormed their way into various police forces, government, and of course the (((occupied))) msm. My own most recent experience: 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/.

As my above post and others indicate, this is far from being a London problem alone. Other police forces have shown themselves also stupid and incompetent, including those of Derbyshire, Devon and Cornwall, and Essex. I might add Hampshire to that list, looking at what happened to me on several occasions from 2014 to January this year.

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So much for “unprecedented” drought conditions in Europe.

Europe’s population is now far larger than it was in 1616, leading to greater demand for water but, on the other side of the scales, we have resources that the people of 17thC Europe did not have— large reservoirs, desalination, piping, pumping, cloud-seeding, and artesian wells etc (artesian water was first accessed by drilling in the 12thC, but in a very primitive and limited way compared to what is possible today: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artesian_aquifer).

So mediocre is Sunak, that the implication of the question does not seem to hit him immediately.

It is so easy for people from wealthy or at least affluent backgrounds to create a good-looking CV, and so pose as hugely educated and/or intelligent. Look at the “Boris”-idiot buffoon.

… and why do so many of our befuddled population think that all of the above, and more (mass immigration, low pay, low pensions and other benefits, the police not doing their proper job but acting as a poundland KGB etc) can be put to one side just because some supposedly “national” football, cricket, or rugby team wins some meaningless televized pleb-fest somewhere?

I prefer my own kind of coffee…

The Jew-Zionist Zelensky regime in Kiev may not be winning the attritional war in Eastern Ukraine, but has certainly won the propaganda war, so far. Not so unexpected. Almost all Jews in the West support the Kiev regime, and have done from the start of the conflict. Jews permeate the Western mainstream media.

Those factors have meant uncritical acceptance of everything put out by Zelensky and his cabal, and a completely biased, one-sided, view of the war.

What is so absurd about both Sunak and Truss (and Starmer, for that matter) is that none of those System drones actually have any vision, not even to the extent, limited as it was, of Blair and Brown (and others).

Pitiful.

The migration invasion continues, with UK government UK “Opposition”, UK “authorities”, Royal Navy, Border Farce, and RNLI, inter alia, complicit.

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[El Generalife, Granada, Spain; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generalife]

Diary Blog, 8 August 2022

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[Old Gagra, Abkhazia]

On this day a year ago

Worth reading, I think, a year on.

M.R. James

I make no apology for posting, not for the first time, the above documentary about M.R. James, finely-narrated by the late Bill Wallis. Maybe it is not quite the right time of year (autumn, or winter, might be better), but never mind.

Hard to think of a better way to spend 50 peaceful minutes on, as it might be, a quiet evening or even afternoon.

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Monsters, that couple— just look at them. They may be —and I mean this to be taken literally— not human. Creatures of darkness.

Cost of living crisis

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/aug/07/britain-social-emergency-leaders-political-vacuum

We are entering an era of mass fuel poverty and ‘warm banks’ – and complacent leaders have left a dangerous political vacuum.


The surreal, often absurd Conservative leadership election meanders on. Both candidates frantically float ideas for disrupting everything from university term dates to doctors’ pensions, while the Sunday Telegraph endorses Liz Truss as “the first truly philosophy-driven leader since Margaret Thatcher”, and Rishi Sunak stoically insists that he loves dancing. But we all know the gravity of the crisis that is now enveloping us, and it makes the vanities of their battle seem like some strange hallucination related to the summer’s stifling heat.

By the autumn, the victor – Truss, in all likelihood – may well be still trying to convince us that they are leading a national sprint towards sunlit uplands that only they can see. But the game is already up: the immediate future will be defined by skyrocketing energy prices, economic woe and a profound social emergency – and power will be a grinding matter of crisis management.

The unavoidable truth is that the United Kingdom is in such a fragile, frayed state that it can no longer keep its people warm or adequately feed them. Until that gnawing injustice is addressed, politics will continue to teeter into the absurd.

[The Guardian]

If only there were a credible social-national movement! If there were, we could be in power within a couple of years, and then start to do what has to be done. As it is, we are mere spectators, as the System is about to implode. We cannot, as things are, use events to bring about what we want.

Still, we may yet see the day.

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I was there 40-50 years ago…

Yes. Ironic, nicht wahr? Turns out that the “nazis” are and to a large extent always were the “good guys”…

The propaganda of the international conspiracy gets both filthier and more evident daily.

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[Shishkin, Bee Families in the Forest]

More about the police and their priorities in the Britain of 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11093127/When-terminally-ill-Darrell-mooned-speed-camera-never-dreamed-lead-to.html.

[police hurry to the scene of an “antisemitic trope” (or something)]

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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/.

Completely unacceptable.

The sick and degenerate multikultis on Twitter will think that this “cultural appropriation” is OK. We need a thoroughgoing cultural purge across the (((West))).

Ukraine, a Jew-ruled “failed state” or non-state, which without NWO/ZOG money and arms would collapse almost overnight.

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[national memorial, Volgograd, Russia]

Diary Blog, 5 August 2022

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On this day a year ago

Historical note: Hitler quotations

I was sent some interesting quotations from Hitler. I do not at present have the citations (probably from Mein Kampf, possibly from the WW2 transcripts published in the 1950s as, in English editions, Hitler’s Table Talk), but will add them as and when. The quotations certainly read as if authentic. I believe them to be authentic.

The ignorance of the broad masses about the inner nature of the Jew, the lack of instinct and narrow-mindedness of our upper classes, make the people an easy victim for this Jewish campaign of lies.

While from innate cowardice the upper classes turn away from a man whom the Jew attacks with lies and slander, the broad masses from stupidity or simplicity believe everything. The state authorities either cloak themselves in silence or, what usually happens, in order to put an end to the Jewish press campaign, they persecute the unjustly attacked.

That sounds just like that which happened to me when I was wrongfully and unlawfully disbarred in October 2016.

“Culturally, the Jew contaminates art, literature, the theatre, makes a mockery of natural feeling, overthrows all concepts of beauty and sublimity, of the noble and the good, and instead drags men down into the sphere of his own base nature. Religion is ridiculed, ethics and morality represented as outmoded until the last props of a nation in its struggle for existence in this world have fallen.

Exactly what has gone on for decades in “British” television and publishing (etc).

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

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hitler%27s_Table_Talk

[Adolf Hitler— official portrait photograph, 1938]

[Update, same day: it seems that all three quotations above are, as I thought, from Mein Kampf].

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Were there a social-national party and/or movement worth anything, this would be, probably, the moment of lift-off (once the majority of the public start to suffer). As it is, as social-national people we look upon what is happening as mere observers, not active players.

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Twitter is rotten. I myself was expelled (“suspended“, in Twitter’s weasel vocabulary) in 2018, after a pack of Jews finally managed, after years of trying, to get Twitter to remove my “account” (“@ianrmillard“).

As I predicted many months ago, Elon Musk turned out to be too intelligent to buy Twitter, once the results of his due diligence enquiries came in. It’s simply a dishonest organization (and one which is basically unprofitable, as most of its history shows).

The “Conservative” Party leadership contest (“leadership“? Those cretins?) amounts to “which do you want, the Indian puppet on a stick, or the white woman puppet on a stick?“.

I really dislike tattoos, especially —though not exclusively— on women.

Perhaps the only thing the SS and orthodox Jews had in common was a prohibition on tattoos, though some (not all) SS officers and men, mainly Waffen-SS, had their blood group tattooed under the arm in case of requiring a transfusion in or immediately after battle. As for Jews, if detained, they were tattooed compulsorily, with a prisoner number.

National Lottery

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11083967/MPs-warn-1BILLION-Lotto-charity-cash-siphoned-legal-battle.html

The state should own the Lottery, even if a commercial company is hired to use its expertise to run the day-to-day operations.

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Diary Blog, 25 July 2022

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On this day a year ago

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People should not be treated in such a shabby manner (by the NHS system, not staff), yet the story above is almost commonplace in some parts of the UK.

The NHS has some wonderful people in it, a minority also not so good, but what really lets it down is maladministration. Money is a large part of the problem, but is not the whole story by any means.

There is also the point that the UK population has increased from about 55 million half a century ago to maybe as many as 70 million today, mainly (in fact almost entirely) because of mass immigration, and also births to immigrant mothers. Yes, quite a few non-Brits work in the NHS, but that hardly outweighs the pressure from FIFTEEN MILLION more potential patients (who should not even be in this country).

Pressure from immigration etc would not have been a factor in the above story (which comes from Northern Ireland), but it is a factor in much of the UK.

Arthur’s Stone

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/jul/22/weird-wonderful-rare-dig-at-arthurs-stone-writes-new-story-of-neolithic-site.

I recall camping only about 20-30 feet from Arthur’s Stone sometime in the early 1980s. My then girlfriend and I just happened upon it one dark late evening; in fact we had never heard of it. A convenient place to stop the car and pitch a small tent. Very quiet. Zero traffic (except us).

Sounds as if it is a bit of a tourist destination now, but then I think not. I do not think we heard a single car pass in the night until, at about 0200 hrs, a torch was shone into my face. A policeman. He asked whether we had heard a car pass in the past hour; we said no, we were sleeping. He said OK and left. I expect that he made that story up as an excuse for disturbing us.

Arthur’s Stone is about 15 miles west of Hereford, and is on a very narrow and little-used (even now, I expect) lane. I have trekked, at various times, across much of the countryside between Hereford and Hay-on-Wye and around (but many many years ago, in much younger and far fitter days).

Looking at Google Earth, I see that it now has a low wooden fence, about 2 ft high, around it. Don’t recall that, but (as we know) memory, even my memory, can be faulty.

Slava, Orban!

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jul/24/viktor-orban-against-race-mixing-europe-hungary

The Guardian

So the virtue-signalling Guardian’s editor has a salary of £510,000 a year! No wonder the Guardian‘s one-time “socialism” is rather muted these days…

Incidentally, I believe that Ms. Viner’s personal “partner” makes even more than she does.

GMG also paid its former chief executive Annette Thomas £795,000 after she left following a clash with Ms Viner over the direction of the business. Ms Thomas received a “one-off” payment on top of her £630,000 base salary, meaning she made £1.5m in 15 months on the job.

[Daily Mail]

Annual revenues at GMG climbed 13pc to £255.8m and profits rose nearly four-fold to £11.7m.

The Guardian does not have a paywall but instead relies on donations made by readers.

Over one million people made monthly contributions of at least £1 a month, while another 500,000 readers made one-off payments.

[Daily Telegraph]

Incredible, really: a million mugs give £1+ each monthly to the Guardian, meaning £12 million a year, while another half-million mugs make one-off payments each year, meaning £500,000+, probably £1M or more.

So… the profits of nearly £12M are because those million or so mugs are donating about the same amount, and maybe several million pounds more. Those donations make the difference between insolvency and significant profitability.

Meanwhile, the editor gets paid half a million pounds —and more— annually.

The wonderful world of pseudo-socialism.

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Those invaders will be, in the best scenario, effectively useless, and a millstone round the collective neck of the British people. At worst, criminals and/or terrorists.

The problem, of course, is that whichever way the masses vote (I myself never vote), they vote (in reality) for globalism and open borders, because all System “democratic” parties are signed up to that agenda.

The new Australian biosecurity police state.

Ehud Barak…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ehud_Barak]. Now there’s a name not quite in sync with the others. I wonder what he was up to, bearing in mind the Israeli Intelligence connection with both the Jew Epstein and the half-Jew Ghislaine “Maxwell”.

Barak…served as head of Aman, the Military Intelligence Directorate (1983–85), head of Central Command (1986–87) and Deputy Chief of the General Staff (1987–91).” [Wikipedia].

Interesting. I would not dismiss such an invention out of hand.

The top of the slippery slope? All the same, something has to be done to address both the NHS funding gap and (equally important) maladministration in the NHS. We have seen about 2 decades of sliding standards, and also useless interference by idiots such as that Andrew Lansley carpetbagger. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Lansley; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Lansley#Suggested_conflicts_of_interest]. Time for useful change now.

The perennial NHS crisis. Pretty much every year for 20-30 years. As said, something gamechanging has to be done both about the NHS and about the mass immigration that puts intolerable strain upon it. A national health service such as the NHS should not be run like a massive version of M*A*S*H [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAS*H_(TV_series)].

There is a serious sickness in American life, two symptoms of which include pro-abortion fanaticism and the callousness towards animals seen in, for example, the incredibly evil “declawing” of cats (banned in the UK). Not all Americans, maybe a minority, are involved, but the tendency is there, prominently. Manifestations of practical materialism.

London. Zoo.

To win without war— this is the supreme excellence” [Sun Tzu].

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Does not look English, but that could describe half of the population of London.

Tweeters already covered what would be my main suggestion, i.e. to check cctv at the two or three nearest Boots branches.

You do have to be very careful in London now. When I lived in London, and later in Almaty (Kazakhstan), in the mid/late 1990s, I always wore one of my Rolex Seadweller watches (in today’s value, over £10,000).

I doubt that I would do that today, if I had such a watch (in fact, I sold my watches long long ago from necessity…needs must), especially if I used the London Underground (as I often did when in London).

When I lived in Almaty, where (at the time, i.e. 1996-97), credit cards were almost useless, I always carried USD $5,000-$10,000 in a special moneybelt made to look exactly like an ordinary belt. I never had any serious trouble, though there was once a scuffle with a “wild” (unofficial) taxi driver (no real harm done— my sunglasses broken, a good shirt torn, but his face improved after connection with my elbow…).

As a visitor or tourist in a foreign city, you do have to be careful. I was once, 40 years ago, doing some petty nonsense at the now-closed Paddington Green police station [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paddington_Green_Police_Station]. In the reception area. Two Egyptian girls, tourists, came in, wailing. The police desk person could scarcely have been less helpful to them, almost contemptuous, when he heard that one of the girls had had her handbag snatched, along with £800 in it (a great deal higher value then than now, of course; you could probably call it as much as £10,000 in today’s money).

Sadly, the police now are usually useless unless the crime is something they have been told is top-priority, such as cases of murder, “terrorism”, saying rude things online about Jews etc.

I hope that the lady in that Twitter thread gets her stuff back, but it is a long-shot, of course. Her best bet is probably to set up a gofundme appeal, but that will of course not help with the identity documents she lost.

At least the lady’s case has now been taken up by police CID (see below):

People are often careless with bags etc. I found a woman’s strapless bag, a bit like a large wallet, in a shopping trolley in one of the trolley bays in the car park of the Waitrose in the local small town, about a year ago. Opened it out of curiosity before I gave it in to the Waitrose reception desk. Full of cards, dozens of them; quite a bit of cash as well.

A few years ago, not long after sunup, I happened to see a purse on the ground, in a clifftop car park. Inside, nearly £50 in notes, a debit card, and a student rail pass in the name of some girl. I brought it home thinking that it must be fairly local (the rail pass having been issued about 5 miles away), and that the unusual surname might be in the telephone book. No luck, so I gave it to the police at the local police station.

I hope that the girl student got back her cards and money. As to what she might have been doing late at night (presumably) in that clifftop car park, well, that is none of my business…

Incidentally, lest readers of the blog think that I am unnaturally virtuous, I have to admit that, were it a million pounds in a suitcase, my actions might be quite different.

I think that most police forces do not even bother now with mere lost property. After all, their valuable time is taken up by policing the Internet etc…

See also: 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/.

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I had not previously heard of “Oxford Royale Academy”, which sounds like some kind of bullshit scam. In fact, it is a summer school which uses some of the buildings of one or two Oxford colleges. Seems to be a genuine set-up, but what a poor attitude to free speech.

Monkeys on sticks.

I have posed the question previously, but is there no-one in Canada able to remove this “elected” tyrant?

Still, if they are that sick in soul, they cannot produce suitable replacement humans to form the basis for a super-race further down the line, so why bother with them?

One round, small/medium calibre, costing about 50p…

“Boris”-idiot wants to visit Kiev again soon (presumably while he is still PM, so that all his expenses, flights, security etc will be paid for by the British taxpayers).

Apologies to John Betjeman, but. ..”Come, friendly Russian bombers, and drop your bombs on…”

Could that happen? “Boris”-idiot totalled by a chance strike?

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Diary Blog, 20 July 2022

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On this day a year ago

20 July 1944

It has become traditional on this blog, on this day, to say a few words about the attempted coup of 20 July 1944. I refer readers to the blog posts for previous years: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/07/20/diary-blog-20-july-2021/; https://ianrobertmillard.org/2020/07/20/diary-blog-20-july-2020/; https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/07/20/the-20th-of-july-2019-thoughts/; https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2018/07/20/the-20th-of-july/.

Apart from that, all that I want to say today is to commend to my readers, as we traverse this very significant and world-historic year of 2022, the virtues (which are not solely soldierly ones) of loyalty and honour.

Meine Ehre heisst Treue!

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A textbook example of how to confirm the view, by spouting nonsense, that you are a fool. The only surprising thing, though, is that this scarcely brilliant —and literally “entitled”— person was actually invited to speak at the UN in the first place.

Ha. A not-uncommon experience. Many people in this world seem to find it possible to live without books. I recall going into what was said to be the best (perhaps the only) large bookshop in Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe), in 1977, only to find that most of the books seemed to be How to Look After your Dog [Cat, Goldfish etc], or the works of Wilbur Smith [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilbur_Smith].

Perhaps I was too hard on the locals, who were at the time subject to international sanctions, which meant that few items could be imported; in any case, Rhodesia was short of foreign currency, and what they had could not be used for books, but rather for weapons, ammunition, and fuel.

Having said that, I have found in other parts of the world that some people just do not need books in their life, or maybe just a few paperbacks by Dick Francis or other popular writers.

The same people, in my view, are often those who do not need or love trees.

I am different: I need trees, and I need books, though it will be a long time, if ever, before I replace the 2,000-book library I had to abandon on leaving France in 2009.

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We all know how this will end, I mean the whole situation, not that specific instance. Somewhere down the line. We cannot even write or speak about it, because the System police have been told to prioritize “community cohesion” (the multikulti society) before all else, which is why people get 2-3 years in prison for putting up stickers, while serious real crimes are either not investigated at all, or result in very lenient penalties.

In the words of Jesus Christ, “you have said it“…

Ha. “Campaign Against AntiSemitism” [“CAA”] troublemakers fail again.

Not that I support rowdy behaviour (as alleged in the instant case) but those CAA goblins are malicious and politically-motivated. Look at my own most recent experience of their continuing campaign of false and malicious conspiracy to repress free speech: 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/.

Incidentally, I wonder why, in the tweet shown, that tribal cabal uses the Union Jack, rather than their own flag.

Talking about the Jew-Zionist lobby, I imagine that they will be sorry, not so much that Suella Braverman failed to become Conservative Party leader (she never had a chance, even among that bunch of nitwits), but rather that she is unlikely to retain her position as Attorney-General. Married to (it seems) a Jew, and completely in the Jewish/Israeli pocket, her trumpeted support for free speech never included support for free speech where the Jewish lobby objected to said speech.

Actually, Suella Braverman has done better (for herself), career-wise, than anyone could have predicted. By the irony of Fate, she not only became an MP, but also Attorney-General, albeit to the most stupid and dishonest Cabinet ever. She also was able to request appointment as QC by reason of the above. Not bad for a pretty humdrum barrister of Indian origins.

Another story of “holocaust” fakery

What can one say? So much of the much-publicized “holocaust” saga is a farrago of fables.

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Britain is about to undergo another steep decline, and that will be so whether Indian moneygrubber Sunak or mediocre Liz Truss pose as Prime Minister for a while.

Under Salazar, those untermenschen would have been dragged away and then quietly eliminated.

The IRA and Sinn Fein spent a hundred years either fighting the British (and the Irish government) or opposing any British influence over the Republic, but now stay silent (or even support) the migration invasion which has taken over Ireland— even the Irish Prime Minister is a half-Indian (and a gay one at that)! Where are the IRA/Sinn Fein wastes of space now?

Someone could do a “Solomon Grundy” rejig about that.

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Diary Blog, 11 February 2022

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[Mill Colonnade, Carlsbad/Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic]

On this day a year ago

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If he gets the job, the police will behave even more like a “poundland KGB”.

Meanwhile, stabbings and murders are rife in the capital, as are street robberies. All hail “diversity”!…

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Firing squad in nearest town square.

The Ely Standard describes the ringleader, one Isaiah Olugosi, as an “East Cambridgeshire man“! The msm scribblers are so brainwashed now that they themselves do not see the absurdity… https://www.elystandard.co.uk/news/crime/organised-modern-slavery-gang-operated-from-cambs-8686256.

Even Diane Abbott can be right once in a while. As a matter of fact, Russia has every right to seize Eastern Ukraine, Kiev, and the Black Sea littoral. The two countries were joined together for over a thousand years, and the fact that the Ukraine has been notionally independent for 30 years now makes no substantial difference. The present Kiev government is a Jew-Zionist sham, somewhere between a scam and a bad joke. It has to go.

In any case, 15-20% of the population of Ukraine is Russian, and that proportion is far higher in the eastern and southern areas (eg, in Odessa, where a third of the inhabitants are actually Russian). In the east, and especially south-east, a majority of the population is Russian.

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

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That cretin, or dementia patient, is presently leading the USA, with its immense military-destructive power. “It’s Friday, so we must bomb the UK, I mean the Ukraine…” Amusing but at same time alarming.

She’s right. Ukraine today is a Jew-ruled oligarchy posing as a pro-“Western” democracy. NWO/ZOG puppet state.

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Another deadhead. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Courts.

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Kim Leadbeater is a typical System drone MP. Useless. As for the Jo Cox Foundation, its accounts and activities should be investigated, in my opinion.

Ha ha! Jew-ruled America always treats its detainees well. Oh, no…wait…

In tropical heat.

[prisoners at the American concentration camp, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba]

A Blitzkrieg for the sake of mercy. It has to be.

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