That is the tragedy of those who, like me, must keep the true flames of England and Britain flaring.
…and Trump failed, in his last weeks in office, to pardon thousands of nationalist and/or social-nationalist prisoners serving heavy time in Federal prison. Trump could have saved them from that, and their families from huge distress and harm, but chose not to do that. Same with Julian Assange and the defector of conscience, Snowden.
Trump = Useless.
As I always blogged, Trump as President was just a squawking parrot in a gilded cage, guarded by a troop of Jews.
Still, it will be interesting to see whether he can come back in the next US Presidential contest. I suppose that is why his opponents are trying to get him indicted first.
Look at Trump’s replacement…
Funny? Pathetic? Or does it make anyone angry? That demented old guy might well launch a nuclear attack on Russia; and if he and those around him (or controlling him) do that, the UK would be mainly a pile of irradiated ashes in a matter of days, possibly hours, after the commencement of hostilities…
Not that we here in the UK can afford to laugh too loudly…
I wonder…could it be that Charles has spent most of his 74 years (as of this November) wanting to be King, and (?) preparing to be King, only to find that, now that he is King, he cannot really hold down the “job” (position, rank, status) and, quite likely, already finds the routine of being King rather irksome? We shall see.
Other European countries have had kings and emperors even in the past century or so, only to dispense with them in the end: Germany, Italy, Portugal, Austria-Hungary etc.
Rudolf Steiner predicted that a time would come when all sorts of depravity and evil would become prominent in society, and that society would congratulate itself on how “liberal” and “tolerant” society had become. Are we there already?
There is, for some of us, a feeling akin to fin de siecle, despite the fact that the century is only 22 years old.
What I mean is a feeling perhaps similar to that of the post-Edwardian age just before the First World War:
Incidentally, a very good film. I have seen it on VHS or DVD. I wish that I had seen it when it was first shown at the Curzon arthouse cinema in Curzon Street, Mayfair in —I think— 1985. I often passed by that cinema at the time (1984-1985); I noticed the posters outside advertising The Shooting Party.
When I drove through Romania from Bulgaria to Hungary in 2001, before any of those states were in the EU, it was a strange and backward-seeming country (though Bulgaria was far worse). Probably better now, with all the EU money pumped in.
“The Great Reset” is no “conspiracy theory”. It is the agenda being implemented by a transnational conspiracy (or “consensus”, if you prefer) during the 33 years 2022-2055.
Think about how the world changed from 1923 to 1956, or 1956 to 1989, and then 1989-2022. That’s the point. A world-changing agenda, carried out in plain sight but controlled by secretive cabals across the world, working together in what the freemasons might call “concord”.
For myself, I would not go quite so far as that…only 90% of the way.
Good point, surely?
Many are pointing out that Andrew has held that distinction since 1981, and that it is therefore not a (new) decision by the King, but he obviously chose to confirm the situation rather than change it by removing Andrew from that role (assuming that convention permits that— I do not see why not).
I don’t know, but it seems to me that, whatever one might say about the late Queen, she rarely put a foot wrong in public in her long reign. Charles has only been King for a few days, and already appears to be floundering.
Americans call such an outbreak a “chimp-out”. I think that I prefer chimps.
There will be, in the end, only one way to deal with this.
England as Ruritania
I read that Prince Andrew has now been confirmed as “Earl of Inverness” (though he has in fact held the title since 1986). These titles, meaning nothing, are strange and pathetic baubles, as are the various badges and chains of the various orders of chivalry. The very name— “orders of chivalry“! About 600 years after such things had any reality. The Order of the Garter, of the Bath etc. Some of the dormant orders are even more peculiar, such as “The Order of the Star of India”. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_chivalry#Modern_orders.
Strange too, that the new King Charles seems to be spending his days doling out titles etc, or worrying about whether his fountain pen is leaking, when the country is facing huge challenges in the very near future.
I have seen a few comments on Twitter, mostly from the sort of people who are now quite often in evidence in England, for example from one well-known pro-Labour (Corbyn-Labour, lesbian, and half-caste) activist, to the effect that the death of Queen Elizabeth is of no importance, and that people should focus on energy prices, low pay, inadequate State benefits etc. I disagree.
The death of even one person has meaning, and when the death is that of a truly global figure such as Queen Elizabeth, the State and the society of —in this case— England and Britain is shaken to the core, no matter what else, even of great importance, is happening at or around the same time.
It is not a matter of whether one is a monarchist or not. I myself am not —as such— a monarchist or royalist, and believe that different socio-political arrangements fit national requirements at different times. Neither of my parents was royalist and, in the early 1960s, the royals (mainly the Queen herself, and the Queen Mother), were only glimpsed (by my own family) from afar, both on the TV and at the racecourse (Ascot, Newbury and, occasionally but later, in the early 1970s, Windsor).
All the same, for an Englishman such as myself, born in 1956, only a few years after the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth, her presence, even though experienced mainly on television or in the Press, has been part of the backdrop for my own life, and the lives of others of my generation, whether we like it or not.
As a person usually described as “social nationalist”, though others say some variety of “national socialist”, and even (per the Dowager Lady Birdwood, circa 1975), “national bolshevik“, I cannot but wonder whether all the inhabitants of these islands are affected similarly by this momentous and very recent event.
While I have met blacks (West Indians and a few others) who were both royalist and also had quasi-patriotic feelings about the UK, my impression is that the bulk of the “blacks and browns” (and other such as Chinese) now in the UK have no such feeling or sentiment.
The young Jamaicans, or other West Indies-origined, of the inner cities, the hordes of more recent Chinese immigrants who have flooded the UK (especially though not exclusively in London and the south of England), the Pakistanis and other Muslims, the fake or other “refugees” of various kinds (eg the recent though smallish Ukrainian or supposedly Ukrainian influx) have no sentiment toward either this country or the Monarchy. To them, even those born here, Britain is a place to live in, benefit from, in some cases work in or make money in. A mere geographic space. Most of them have no patriotic feeling, no knowledge of our history, no real connection at all. They are just…here.
I am talking not about politics, or policy, or power, but of
“This royal throne of kings, this scepter’d isle,
This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,
This other Eden, demi-paradise,
This fortress built by Nature for herself
Against infection and the hand of war,
This happy breed of men, this little world,
This precious stone set in the silver sea,
Which serves it in the office of a wall
Or as a moat defensive to a house,
Against the envy of less happier lands,–
This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England“
There is also an age-demographical point here. The younger English too (and Welsh and Scottish) people around, particularly those aged maybe up to 35, are often emotionally distant not only from the Monarchy, but also from the race and nation.
You see msm vox pop, or Twitter, comments, or appearances on TV quiz shows, from those broadly “young”, let us say 18-30, which are so lacking in basic knowledge of England’s (and the world’s) history etc that those talking might as well have just arrived from Mars.
For many of the “young”, the members of the Royal Family are, as I have blogged in the past, basically denizens of the empty and stupid milieu of supposed “celebrity”, not essentially different from the casts of The Only Way is Essex, Made in Chelsea, or whatever else of a similar nature.
Indeed, with the marriage of “The Harry formerly known as Prince” and “the Royal Mulatta” (Harry and Meghan of that ilk), the two previously acquainted but once very different worlds of British Monarchy and “celebrity culture” have collided, with disastrous results, even so far.
As I have blogged on one or two previous occasions, it is not only the British population that has changed; so have “the royals”.
Whatever one may have thought of the late Queen and Prince Philip, they were traditionally and unmistakeably royal. They could never have been mistaken for “the common people”, not even the most ultra-wealthy “commoners”. They would certainly never have been mistaken for members of the suburban middle classes, or the working class or classes.
It can be seen that that unmistakeable “royality” slid somewhat in the generation of Charles, Anne, Andrew, and Edward. The younger two, Andrew and Edward (born 1960 and 1964), in particular, might be considered similar, at least in some respects, to their neighbours in suburban or semi-rural Surrey or Berkshire. Think of Andrew and “Fergie”, living in their sprawling villa, the so-called “South York”; Edward wanting to run a theatre company; Edward’s wife carrying on (until it became an embarrassment) with her public relations enterprise.
Of course, there have been many other scandals and, most recently, the scurrilous rumours about the next generation, mostly about Prince William.
While the Andrew/Edward generation could be said to be not far, in terms of lifestyle, from the very wealthy of the Home Counties, the William and Harry generation are not so far in attitude and lifestyle from quite ordinary, albeit very wealthy, commoners of their own age. If “Fergie’s” parents were an Army major and a mother, as “Fergie” has said, “from country gentry with a bit of old money“, Kate Middleton’s parents’ origins are that the father, though from a wealthy background (and later wealthy in his own right, via business), worked as a flight dispatcher, while Kate’s mother had been an air hostess.
Subtle differences but, over three generations making, overall, a big difference.
So now we have King Charles III, whom I regard as a basically well-meaning but also incredibly self-absorbed person who is more “at sea” ideologically and/or intellectually than most people think; perhaps more than he himself thinks.
Regular readers of the blog may recall that I blogged once or twice about how I met with and very briefly (a few minutes) talked with the then Prince Charles in late 1996, when I was invited to a royal reception (about 25-30 people) held at the official Residence (not the Embassy) of the British Ambassador in Almaty, then the capital of Kazakhstan.
The new King is 73, and will be 74 in November.
As for the next generation, I once described Princes William and Harry as “tame thick princelings“, signed up to what people now call a “woke” agenda, and I see no reason, several years on, to change that view.
The late Queen was an anchoring presence, not only in what she did but in what she was.
Without necessarily endorsing the following view, it can be said that Queen Elizabeth personified the idea that a monarch, at best, holds a nation together. Britain’s problem now is that it is rapidly ceasing to actually be a nation. It is more like a geographical space within which reside a number of interpenetrating racial, national, social and economic, and ideological, tribes, many of which dislike, or even despise and hate, each other.
I saw this very worthy historical blog and travelogue about the Thames, “that silver thread that runs through England’s history” as someone may have called it (Churchill called it “the golden thread through our nation’s tapestry“): https://thames.me.uk/Thames1891.htm.
Interesting, I think, not only for those who, like me, spent some of their young teenage years rowing on it.
“Professor” Uju Anya? What is wrong in American academia that a ridiculous monkey like that gets and/or keeps such a position?
American academia is very sick, largely because of this sort of nonsense. The usual suspects (((them))) are behind much of it, pulling the strings. The black “academics” (usually retailing pseudo-academic nonsense) are, to a great extent, just the puppets.
Unless America can recover its ethnic white European identity, it is doomed. There needs to be a reset of the white/non-white population-proportion in the USA, getting back to the ~90% white America of the 1920s.
Apart from which, there are times when a decent reserve is the right persona, and when nasty and tasteless jeering is not the right persona.
For me, the main point is that the tasteless minority pretending to celebrate the death of the late Queen (and a few even hoping, on Twitter etc, that that death was painful) are not only celebrating the death of Elizabeth II, but are also —and in fact primarily— making a truly evil attack on the British people, on our history, on our now-disappeared Empire, on our culture, on our (and all European) culture, and on the overall European way of life. That is why they should all be deported, exiled, or eliminated.
More tweets seen
…and despite that, Jew-lobby puppet Keir Starmer and his deputy, thick-as-two-short-planks Angela Rayner went down on their knees in fealty to the “BLM” “Black Lives Matter” idiocy, as did many others, including members of this country’s police, while on duty at that.
That, of course, was before the transnational conspiracy put up other idols for the unthinking to worship: first the “Covid” “panicdemic”/”scamdemic”, and now the present nonsense about Britain’s (non-existent) “need” to “support” the Jew dictator Zelensky and his corrupt and antidemocratic cabal in Ukraine.
The tweets and retweets of the tweeter @DwayneDavidPaul (click below) are instructive. Monkeys like that can only just about live, parasitically, in a civilized society or culture; they could never create one, not in a million years:
The limited Kiev-regime counter-offensive in the south of Ukraine (Kherson area) was joined by another limited counter-offensive in the north-east, in the Kharkov area. Now, however, Russian missile strikes have hit a number of cities.
If accurate (the tweeters plainly both being pro the Kiev regime), the tweet immediately below shows a situation not good for the Russian side:
As for the tweet immediately below here, its judgment would be more convincing had the Kiev regime not been shelling and rocketing the population of parts of the Donbass for about 8 years…
If Russian forces are seriously pushed back on a consistent basis, and if the outcome of this war is in the balance, we can expect to see a massive escalation of force from the Russian side.
Late tweets seen
I was unaware of that (that it was in Hitchens’ book).
As blogged many times, Ukraine is a new-ish state (1990s), a failed state, and a shambolic kleptocracy run by a pack of Jew billionaires (like Zelensky, who owns several luxury homes including one in Florida worth USD $40 million).
The Zelensky regime shoots its opponents both in secret and in the street, has banned opposition parties, banned trade unions, and arrested prominent opposition politicians.
Liz Truss wants to waste many billions more of UK taxpayers’ money on the criminal Kiev regime, as did “Boris”-idiot.
Well, this week I again beat political journalist John Rentoul, but only just, scoring 6/10 to his 5/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 5, 6, and 7. Amazing that Rentoul apparently did not know where Copacabana is.
The saga of the Royal Mulatta and the Royal Cuck continues
“There are rumours that the cover of Harry’s upcoming tell-all memoir about his horrid life as a royal features a picture not just of him, as you’d expect, but Megs, too. The word emasculated comes to mind.
He has become a walk-on part in The Me-Me-Meghan Show, eclipsed by his wife’s ambition.
I never thought I’d say this, but I feel sorry for Harry.“
I do not take more than a passing interest in the activities of the Meghan and Harry show, but it strikes me that the closest facsimile of their relationship might be that of absurd TV cook Fanny Cradock and her long-suffering husband, Johnnie, whom the ghastly woman treated like a particularly abused servant; almost a serf, in fact.
I recall Fanny Cradock on TV when I was a small child, in the early 1960s, and the crazed creature was on British TV occasionally until the mid 1980s.
“Fanny and Johnnie Cradock began writing a column under the pen name of “Bon Viveur” which appeared in The Daily Telegraph from 1950 to 1955. This sparked a theatre career, with the pair turning theatres into restaurants. Cradock would cook vast dishes that were served to the audience. They became known for their roast turkey, complete with stuffed head, tail feathers and wings. Complete with French accents, their act was one of a drunken hen-pecked husband and a domineering wife. At this time, they were known as Major and Mrs Cradock.”
“[Johnnie] is best remembered as being the long-suffering stooge for his wife in their popular British cooking programmes which were shown from the 1950s to the 1970s. Wearing a traditional blazer and sporting a monocle, he would remain around the back of Fanny’s studio sets awaiting her imperious commands which, when they came, often resulted in his being berated for being too slow.”
Sometimes, “a thought out of season” comes to me, the dystopian idea that the present decline of Western society will be ended not with debates or literary disagreements (or rigged elections) but with some kind of multifaceted “Holy War”…
Nordic noirs (literally)
Yesterday, I watched the first episode of a Swedish detective series. Not sure whether I shall bother to watch the rest, mainly because I found it all rather contrived. What struck me, though, was the number of blacks and browns shown. Is that how Sweden really is now, or have the media people exaggerated the proportion (as they have in almost everything shown about the UK)?
On that same theme, the show had a number of (“British”) ad breaks, each with quite a few ads. Every single ad had blacks or half-castes (“mixed-race” persons, if you like) in it. This is pure propaganda. I know that I have been blogging about this evil campaign for a few years now
but we must never allow it to become normalized, certainly not without at least having dissenting voices heard.
As we know, “the pen is mightier than the sword“, but that is precisely why the enemies of freedom of expression try to “cancel” people, and to take away their right to speak or write.
I had my Twitter account removed in 2018 by reason of the manipulations of the same Jew-Zionists, really just a quite small handful of individuals plotting together, and presenting themselves as if a large and/or “important” organization (the so-called “Campaign Against Anti-Semitism”, or “CAA”, mainly).
The enemies of civilization are of various kinds. May they all end the same way.
I was tweeting in the same vein (before the Jewish lobby had my Twitter account taken away in 2018) for about 7 years, amid the economic illiteracies of the fake (and disastrous) “austerity” policies promoted by the part-Jews George Osborne and David Cameron-Levita, and supported by the part-Japanese sadist Iain Dunce Duncan Smith. I have, also, been blogging along similar lines since late 2016.
If you transfer money to people on low incomes, they spend it (and almost have to spend it), thus stimulating the economy. If you do the same to people on moderate incomes, they will both spend some and invest some, but if you give money to very wealthy people who already have more than enough to satisfy both needs and wants, they will mostly park that money in hedging assets such as real property (and thus drive up the current value of such assets without actually helping the economy).
In essence, that is why it is better to have at least moderate redistribution of wealth.
Well, this week, political journalist John Rentoul scored the same as me: 7/10. I did not know the answers to questions 2, 3, and 7 and, if truth be known, my correct answer to question 4 was an educated guess.
Slowly slowly catchee monkey…
In fact, the NWO/ZOG agenda is now accelerating, now that we are in 2022, the primary year of the 33 year-cycle ending when the next such year starts in 2055.
Already, banks in the UK have introduced restrictions on transfers of cash and other payments, and note a range of other transactions. It’s coming. Slow enfoldment.
2022, the most significant year since 1989. Previous such significant years were 1956 and 1923.
An octopus has quite high intelligence and sentience. I rarely buy seafood salad with octopus rings now for that reason.
I have wondered why Jews, especially, are and have been among the most fanatical for the “vaccines” and other “measures”, including the facemask nonsense. You see tweets from them claiming that they have, have had, or are afraid of getting “Covid”, as well as tweets (even now) fervently urging compulsory mask-wearing etc.
I think that this can all be traced back to an ingrained wish to be seen as the perennial “victim”, even when that is extremely implausible.
1945 was a setback, but not the complete defeat that it seemed at the time. The Reich was crushed, but the essence of National Socialism has survived in other forms, other places. It is still possible to create the basis for the necessary quantum leap in human evolution.
Even by “their” standards, Giles Coren is a horrible little bastard.
How long before Giles Coren plays the “antisemitism” card?
“Giles Coren“, in that tweet, could be replaced by many another name with equal truth: to name but a few, Boris Johnson, Dido Harding, and The Royal Cuck, Harry of that ilk, Formerly Known as “Prince”.
Translation— a total nut, probably living off a trust fund. America is in real trouble.
Stuchbery used to call himself “historian“, but was only ever one in the manner of someone who travels around (Germany, mainly), copies tourist information he sees here and there, then collates it into tweets.
Nothing wrong about that, in itself; in fact I have always said that I enjoy his tweets on mediaeval and Renaissance history (he is usually wrong about history after about 1880), but he is no historian.
Exactly. I read the local newspapers online, the ones for coastal Hampshire and Dorset. The court reports are interesting inasmuch that, even for me, a one-time barrister (albeit far more civil and commercial etc than criminal), the sentences often surprise by their leniency.
I am far from being a “hanger and flogger”, and I favour clemency where possible, perhaps even too much, but I now read of people who have committed crimes of considerable violence and brutality, not to mention egregious theft, being effectively “let off”.
You have to work quite hard to get imprisoned in the UK these days (unless the Jews say that you have been rude about them).
Example? A few years ago, I heard tell of a man, an accountant aged in his 40s, who had a paid job, I think part-time, with a really worthwhile hospice charity not far from where I myself live (about 2-3 miles away). That person stole (embezzled) £40,000 from the charity.
In court, the embezzler must have had Counsel very good at mitigation because, on the premises that the defendant’s parents had stumped up the £40,000 to compensate the hospice, the defendant got off with a suspended sentence, despite the egregious breach of trust, despite also the fact that he was only caught by chance or Fate, and despite the fact that he had initially tried to blame more junior staff.
No. Far too lenient.
For once I agree with that stupid woman. GPs, at least many, may be overpaid, and those that want an easier life may find it congenial to drop by the surgery a couple of days a week and still pick up a gross pay of about £60,000 in many cases.
Incidentally, I have no animus against my own GP, a very polite person whom I have not actually seen face to face for years, but with whom I am reasonably satisfied, and who monitors me via routine blood tests etc, and sends the odd letter.
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.
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.
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.
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]
Can anyone provide one reason why we, the British people, should keep such unpleasant parasitic elements here?
Does one turn up the volume and call little Matt Hancock a “traitor” for wanting a non-European individual to pose as Prime Minister of the UK? Does it even matter what words are used?
They cannot create (and never have) a civilization, nor any culture beyond the most primitive; they cannot maintain a decent culture when one is provided for them or bequeathed to them; they cannot even live in a civilized society without trashing it.
Quite. I have blogged about that, of course, but the masses in the West are completely bamboozled by the NWO/ZOG pro-“Ukraine” (pro-Zelensky’s ZOG/NWO regime) propaganda.
Despite what the presiding judge (a retired Circuit judge) said at my Bar Disciplinary Tribunal in 2016 (that a Jew could be, contrary to my assertion, “an English gentleman“), time and again one sees the truth. The fact that “Boris”-idiot is only part-Jew makes little difference. You can send “Boris” to Eton and Oxford, you can try to inculcate English or classical virtues in him, but they will have shallow roots. In the words of Somerset Maugham, “alien corn“.
Incidentally, I was wondering yesterday why Conservative Party backwoodsman, Sir Bill Wiggin MP, made an asinine speech in which he claimed that Boris-idiot was a PM of “historic” proportions etc. Could it be that deadhead Wiggin has a peerage in mind?
Because Liz Truss is as thick as two short planks, and totally dishonest.
More proof, if more were needed, of how very over-rated Robert Peston was, or perhaps (?) still is.
If you double the amount of money in the system, you halve the value of that money. There are are tweaks and nuances, but essentially that is it.
Andrew Marr, hugely well-paid for 20 years to be a major NWO/ZOG mouthpiece, spouting all the usual themes— multiculturalism, anti-racism, anti-anti-Semitism, “global warming”, “climate change”, “CO2 emissions”, “Black Lives Matter”, “Ukraine” etc.
“Dangerous” views…the use of the word “dangerous” in this sort of context is confined to Jews and/or post-Marxists. In Stadlen’s case, a silver-spoon half-Jew (the latter his own description of himself: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_Stadlen). Whether his socio-political views are Marxist or post-Marxist (or something else) I have no idea.
500 or 1,000 every day, invading our shores with the help of the very forces meant to exclude them— navy, Border Force, police.
I believe that a 6-month maximum still applies unless the dogs were injured (which raises the maximum to 5 years, the crimes having happened before 2021).
I would not be surprised if the bitch featured in the report gets off lightly because of the mere fact that she has children (who may well grow up to be as bad as the rest of the “family”).
The courts cannot at present punish this sort of depraved and scarcely-human trash with sufficient severity. The prospect of being sentenced soon does not seem to have wiped the smirk off the evil woman defendant’s face…
I think that the newspaper should have published the exact addresses of the defendants in this case.
The above-reported-on is a very nasty series of crimes despite the fact that the government itself, in the past decade, has wrongfully killed untold thousands of badgers in order to placate the farming lobby.
I am not at all a “flogger and hanger” but the misplaced leniency shown in that report is just a bad joke. Where is the justice for the victim? I bet that someone who, for example, said something mildly “anti-Semitic”, would get a far heavier sentence (which, after all, would hardly be difficult).
Incidentally, the Daily Mail really ought to employ competent sub-editors, or at least a few literate reporters (I note that the semi-literate scribbler who penned the above report is one “Danyal Hussain”, which may explain the poor English).
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Without his unmerited titles and monies, “Prince” Harry would be merely a mildly mentally-disturbed nobody. He has nothing useful to say (let alone to do). Shut up.
If Liz Truss is trying to reprise Anna Karenina (at least in terms of her outfit), then she should re-read the end of the book. Choo choo!
System political puppet-show polling
Other pollsters are broadly in the same area at present, with a slight decrease in the Labour lead over the past couple of weeks.
It is fairly clear to me that, if the misnamed Conservative Party can ditch “Boris”, and if they can then find someone not immediately obviously an idiot to replace him, the two main System parties will be near parity before very long; that suits Con rather than Lab in terms of potential Westminster seats.
Recent local council by-elections continue to show a decrease in the Labour vote-share (with a few exceptions) even where Labour has won the seat in question.
The British (especially English) dilemma remains: if, as voter, you dislike, distrust or despise both main System parties, where do you go? What can you do?
My own political stance is rather different, both in terms of orientation and strategy. I cannot see a way forward as things stand. There has to be a breakdown of both the political system and the economy before a real social-national movement can arise.
Hard to see where Starmer-Labour has any edge over the Cons. Its policies remain similar to those of the Cons, and apart from a sluggish feel to Lab under Starmer, there is the perception, surely correct, that Labour has become a would-be technocratic or “managerial” “we can run workhouses better” party, which I would suggest is not immediately attractive to most voters.
Looking at the near-meltdown of the “Conservatives” (Liz Truss as Foreign Secretary! Nadine Dorries actually in Cabinet! etc) in recent months —indeed, over the past 2 years—, it is amazing that Labour and Starmer are not higher in the polls than they are.
Were a new Con Party leader to come in and sweep away the Truss, Dorries, Priti Patel (etc) detritus, Labour would be dead in the water (again). Corbyn was “Marmite” to many, but Labour was doing better under Corbyn in real elections than it has done under Starmer, so far at least.
Starmer’s trump card, he thinks, is managerial efficiency, and that is certainly the Cons’ weak suit, but Starmer and Labour may find that that is not quite enough. Also, I should imagine that the voters, even if unaware of the Labour Friends of Israel aspect, look at Rachel Reeves, Yvette Cooper etc, and see (rightly, in my estimation) would-be tyrants, full of political correctness and hatred for free speech.
Little Matt Hancock, once “health tsar”, now totally washed-up and irrelevant, wishes the Prince of Wales “recovery” from an “illness” of which said notable would be completely unaware were it not for a “test”!
This whole “Covid” thing, whether you call it “panicdemic”, “scamdemic” or whatever, has just become utterly ludicrous. I think that the public perception of that (albeit that it took the public 2 years to wake up to it) is behind the swift abandonment of restrictions such as the facemask nonsense.
“Boris” may be an idiot, but he has a general cunning re. the public mood. He needs a boost, and getting rid of the restrictions will give him one, even if not as much of a boost as he needs.
Incidentally, I went to Waitrose about 5 days ago. Not very crowded (early evening). As I entered the store, I saw a number of people, all at least 80, all wearing facemasks. About 6-8 of them. My heart sank that the sheep had still not awoken from the brainwashing. However, on going further into Waitrose, I saw that almost all the remaining shoppers (of all ages) were not still wearing the useless bits of cloth or plastic. Thank God for that.
Jacinda Ardern, like Justin Trudeau, will not be removed by petitions, peaceful demonstrations, or even election voting.
Russia must take Eastern Ukraine, Kiev, and the Black Sea littoral soon, or lose the golden moment. Waiting a few weeks might or might not be OK. Waiting a year would be disastrous. The New World Order will by then have built up Ukraine into, if not a NATO state (NATO rules disallow a country to join if its territory is partly-occupied), then a quasi-NATO ZOG puppet state.
A lot depends on weather, as with Barbarossa in 1941. If the mud gets worse, it might impede even the armoured vehicles of 2022, and the mud will not go until the late spring, or summer.
Everything favours the Russian forces…so far. Russia’s air power is overwhelming, its armour also very strong. Russia also has superiority in the numbers, equipment, and training of its ground troops.
A simultaneous seizure of the whole east of Ukraine, of Odessa (with Black Sea coast and the littoral stretching a few miles beyond that coast), and of Kiev, would mean that all major cities of Ukraine except Lvov would be in Russian hands. The capture of Kiev would decapitate the regime of the Jewish clown now posing as President, and there would be no immediate need to seize the half to two-thirds of Ukraine west of the Dnieper and inland.
Admittedly, that might leave considerable anti-Russia forces in the west of Ukraine, and a rump government based on Lvov. However, that rump government would have few sources of funding, be unable to import or export by sea, and would have limited credibility. Russian air power would be able to eliminate any large concentrations of armour left, and the air force of Ukraine is very weak; it would probably by then have more or less ceased to exist.
It is tragic that two peoples closely bound together for so long (over a thousand years) should battle in this way, but Russia has little choice now. For the sake of the whole civilian population of Ukraine, it must strike both swiftly and overwhelmingly. A Blitzkrieg for the sake of mercy, if you like.
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While driving, I listened to BBC Radio 4 PM (old and bad habits die hard). Liz Truss in Moscow. Bloody hell! What an embarrassment this whole Cabinet is! The presenter said that Liz Truss was “talking tough” to the Russians… Talk about a hollow threat! Little Liz Truss, “talking tough” but with literally nothing to back her up.
The British Army, supposedly about 70,000 strong, but (if what I read is correct) with only about 11,000 active front-line troops altogether. Around Ukraine alone, Russia is said to have massed over 100,000.
It would have been better for Liz Truss to have said nothing than to have uttered, as she did, scarcely-veiled threats, when the Russians know that she has nothing in her arsenal with which to speak louder.
Talking about useless people, I also heard Cressida Dick yapping about how she is going to root out police personnel engaged in “racist, homophobic or misogynistic” language. How about the police actually doing their main job instead of doing the bidding of malicious Jew-Zionist agitators such as those in the tiny group of troublemakers called “Campaign Against Anti-Semitism”?
The police seem all too ready to play the role of “poundland KGB”. There have been thousands of recent examples of police exceeding their powers, and going well beyond what the law actually says (repressive as it anyway now is). There again, Cressida Dick is a Common Purpose drone, and their arrogant motto is “leading beyond authority“, a major reason why idiots like Mizz Dick have been promoted beyond their competence, and why public administration is now beginning to break down.
Meanwhile, I notice that, in Winchester, a statue has now been unveiled to honour a mediaeval Jewish moneylender woman! Comment is superfluous…
It can only be a matter of time before Odessa is taken.
So Lavrov, Foreign Minister of a country 72x the size of the UK, with several times the population, and armed forces about 20x as numerous and powerful, got bored listening to the shrill grandstanding of Liz Truss, who carries no weight whatsoever, either militarily, politically, or intellectually. For the UK, this is embarrassingly poor.
As I said, Liz Truss is just an embarrassment, like “Boris”-idiot…
There may be something there that the UK could copy, thinking of “the Royal Cuck” and “the Royal Mulatta”, who have only lost a few trivial British titles in exchange for hundreds of millions of dollars from Hollywood.
All the same, one can hardly expect the police to ignore fleeing criminals. What is a shock, looking at TV “reality” documentaries such as Traffic Cops and Police Interceptors, is how often the fugitives, having been caught after frenzied and dangerous chases, are then either not prosecuted, or go to court only to be given “community orders” or suspended sentences. I notice that they seem to fall into two main categories: black/brown wastes of space (not only having no real connection with Britain —even if born here— but no connection with being what I regard as a human being), or white detritus such as “chavscums” etc.
My mind being constantly on the subject of how to create the foundation for a quantum leap in human evolution, my reaction to the above unrequired specimens is “how does one get rid of them?“…
R.I.P. free speech, and goodbye intellectual freedom
The YouTube video below is well worth watching:
On the same overall theme, persecuted singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz, who was released from prison last week, having served about half of her 18-week sentence (for having posted online a satirical video about Jews!), is still only partly-free, being —inter alia— prevented, until August, from posting on—or, apparently, even looking at— the Internet!
No wonder that no-one these days says “it’s a free country”, as they often did in the 1960s and 1970s…
Yes, that is the thing about not only the Royal Mulatta but also the Royal Cuck (Harry). Harry is critical of the whole royal set-up, yet his title of “Prince” is the only reason anyone is listening to him, the only reason he is constantly in the msm, the only reason the msm is now paying him and the Mulatta very large sums of money.
Without that title, Harry would be a total nobody. He would not even, in all likelihood, have a job, let alone any professional or higher status. In some part of his little mind, he knows that. It may be the real source of his mental problems.
What would that accomplish? A few lines in (((occupied))) newspapers? No, any discontented Border Force or police (or others) should network, and organize covertly.
Migration-invasion…and do not imagine that this is happening as if by accident. There are powerful transnational forces concerting this, planning it, making it happen.
Below, a tweet from last year, about the facemask nonsense:
In fact, I happened to be in a clifftop area yesterday, a few miles from where I live, and there were (a few) silly and mostly retirement-age “rabbits” walking along the clifftop path wearing facemasks in the 24C heat! Complete idiots.
Yes, the truth often is so very damaging to “the fight against ‘antisemitism'”, nicht wahr? No wonder that even Moses had to put “thou shalt not bear false witness” on those stone tablets…Ingrained…
Alison Chabloz knows all about “false witness”, having had a pack of liars testify against her over the past several years.
Have not listened to that podcast; it may well be worth hearing.
I have blogged about this over the past year and a half. Those who favour strict “lockdown”, the various absurd “rules” around it, the facemask nonsense etc, tend to be the same people who favour strict censorship of socio-political expression online (and offline), and police intrusion into whether people are “complying” with what the Government wants on any particular day; they are also usually pro-EU and voted Remain. Inter alia. Not so in every case, but it holds true, in my opinion, for the vast majority.
…and don’t forget a. the millions of others flooding in, both “legally” and illegally, and b. which groups and individuals are those enabling and promoting the migration invasion. They are guilty.
Caught a few minutes of the now totally pathetic BBC Radio 4 PM programme today, while in the car. Evan Davis, the presenter, examined the latest (past 24 hours) wave of stabbings. His anguished question: “what do these crimes in various parts of the country have in common?”…but “answer came there none”. Ding-dong! About 95% of them involve ethnic minorities…
If you cannot even identify the problem, you will never identify the solution…and, no, the “problem” is not “knives”. Think again.
As to Vietnam, the war could only have been won by the South (with American help) had there been a massive ground invasion of the North, with the attendant risk of superpower non-proxy conflict. There were Soviet fighter pilots actually on service in North Vietnam (I met one myself in 1996).
Whether that sort of ground invasion of North Vietnam would have succeeded long-term is of course doubtful (cf. Afghanistan and Iraq in the post-1989 era). In the end, war is a method of achieving political goals (in most cases). Peace is usually achieved via political consensus or victory.
This is pretty bad news for Labour, though unsurprising if you think, like me, that Labour now has no reason to exist except as a rather niche party, one for blacks, browns, and some of those who work in the public sector.
I am not yet ready to blog about Batley and Spen, the by-election for which is set down for 1 July 2021. If Labour loses, at it did at Hartlepool recently, Starmer is probably a “dead man walking”, politically.
At the moment, I incline to the view that Batley will be an uphill struggle for Labour, bearing in mind that George Galloway (under aegis of “Workers’ Party”), and the Yorkshire Party, are both standing. Galloway is rather a busted flush, but still has his supporters. The Yorkshire Party seems to have support as well. Those two together will probably get about 5%, which might make the difference between Labour holding on or not.
The Labour vote there has been declining since the rigged by-election of 2016 (in which Labour was not opposed by the other System parties).
The “right royal” circus
I find this all hilarious. Harry is now effectively a critic of the whole “right royal” circus, yet he himself is of course a major recipient and beneficiary of it. After all, take away the “royal prince” thing, and what is Harry? A youngish man (37 this September) who only became an Army officer because he was “helped”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Harry,_Duke_of_Sussex#Education, and who would have had no chance of high rank based on merit (he held the rank of Captain at the end of his active service).
Indeed, without his birth privilege, Harry would probably have drifted into some line such as car salesman, Hooray Henry estate agency, or similar.
I doubt that Netflix etc would take any interest in him at all were he not supposedly “royal”…
Actually, thinking about Harry’s “help” in passing exams at Eton (he ended up with two “A” levels, a “B” in Art, and a “D” in Geography), I am reminded of a story I heard a long time ago (about 1981) about a similar “royal” educational straggler.
The young lady in question was a relative of the Queen who struggled academically. She needed intensive personal tuition in languages in order to gain entrance to an Oxford college. This was in the late 1970s, as I understand it. The college in question had bent over backwards to accommodate the Palace, but insisted on the young lady having the special private tuition if they were going to offer her a place.
In the end, she was accepted by that Oxford college, after having been worked on for weeks, perhaps months, by an elderly White Russian resident in London. All under cloak of secrecy, but of course there are no secrets, as such, just levels of secrecy.
“President Macron has just welcomed to the Elysée two YouTubers called Carlito and McFly, both of whom dressed down for the occasion with one appearing to have a tea cosy on his head. The pair are all the rage among that section of society who get their kicks on YouTube, although despite their adolescent antics Carlito and McFly are actually a couple of middle-class men in their mid-thirties.
What followed was excruciating, what one conservative commentator described as ’36 minutes of soft barbarism… [which] erodes the verticality of power and deconstructs the state’. All of which begs the question: what was Macron thinking in inviting Carlito and McFly into his palace?
To win the youth vote, perhaps? A poll last month suggested that the 25 to 34-year-old demographic is more inclined to vote for Marine Le Pen in next year’s presidential election than for Macron. But they would not have been won over by what they saw, a president ill-at-ease in his suit and tie, a fixed grin on his face as he exchanged wooden banter with two lowbrow clowns.
There is a feeling among the French I speak to that the country is nearing a tipping point and that voters, alone in the booth, might decide that with no dignified politicians left, they might as well give Le Pen a go.” [The Spectator]
As in the example of Alison Chabloz. People should stop and think what kind of tyranny imprisons people for singing satirical songs, or for posting a few cartoons about Jews or others.
The System and its msm handmaidens may not have thought through what might happen down the line if the British people are denied any peaceful political expression. Even the Soviet tyranny was toppled in the end, even the Albanian tyranny was toppled in the end, even the Romanian tyranny was toppled in the end. Our Ceaucescus may look different, but they too exist.
“Who overcomes By force, hath overcome but half his foe.” [Milton, Paradise Lost].
Europe! Reflect on the disaster that is unfolding in front of your very eyes! Even those 2019 figures are well out of date; and those statistics do not include births to non-European mothers themselves born in Europe (esp. applies to UK).
Look at Switzerland! Austria! Germany! Sweden! This is a combination of madness, an ethno-cultural death wish (fostered by the “occupied” msm), and a transnational conspiracy.
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I myself never use the outdated “Left”/”Right” terminology unless qualified or in jest, but Hitchens’ basic view is correct. The only thing he has left out is the ubiquitous and malign Jewish influence on our society and its culture.