Ecce the UK in the globalized world of the New World Order: the Prime Minister a part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer and liar, and most of the Cabinet Jews, Indians, or Pakistanis, with the odd black or Kurd. Now we see that Indian “clever boy”, Sunak, posing as Chancellor of the Exchequer, was actually a US taxpayer until a couple of years ago! When he was not only a faux-“British” MP but actually a government minister!
Britain is just the world’s dustbin now.
…and the bimbo (is that Esther McVey?) nods sagely (or, rather, like a malfunctioning nodding dog in the back of a car).
Good grief! Is New Zealand finally waking up? Jacinda Ardern is the sort of political leader you get when the voters are more interested in whether they win a rugby or cricket match on the other side of the world than the fact that their country is not only becoming a dystopian police state but also being swamped by non-white immigration and political correctness. The UK and USA should wake up too.
I would never travel on a Greek ship, not any distance anyway. I heard a similar story about the cowardly incompetence of Greek ships’ officers and seamen from my own brother, when he and his wife were nearly lost in a storm at sea in the Mediterranean, about 40 years ago. Only luck saved his ship (travelling between Piraeus and Kos, an overnight journey of about 17 hours).
Admittedly, I did myself once travel on a car ferry between Ancona (Italy) and Patras (Greece), a 20+-hour journey, and that was fine, but I cannot now recall whether that was a Greek ship or not. Anyway, it’s only when trouble happens that a crew is put to the test.
I forgot to mention that I saw someone, a few days ago, wearing a deerstalker in the nearby small town. A man in late middle age. Unusual; I have not seen anyone wearing a deerstalker for many many years. I myself, at age 14, used to affect one, sometimes, at the races. I remember wearing one at Newbury a couple of times, circa 1970 or 1971. Sherlock Holmes has much to answer for.
Looking at that blog post, it is almost incredible to see quite how many tweets used in it have been expunged by Twitter in the past months, mostly I think recently. The censorship now is heavily oppressive, not far from amounting to tyranny.
Where does Russia go from here?
I want to look beyond the immediate military situation in Ukraine, to where Russia is placed culturally and geopolitically in big-picture terms.
The present situation of Russia vis-a-vis the Western world is that, with some exceptions (notably export of gas), Russia can neither import nor export.
The CoCom regime was focussed mainly on military applications, whereas the new sanctions affect almost everything.
There has always been, certainly since the time of Peter the Great (17thC) a tension between Russia and the West. That was for a long time more evident in Russia itself than in the West. Peter was a Westernizer, who wanted to drag old Russia into the modern age. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_the_Great. To that end, Peter visited the upcoming mercantile and military powers of his time, particularly England and Holland.
Tsars Nikolai I and Alexander III were quite Slavophile, others (notably Alexander II, who liberated the serfs) more influenced by the West.
Slavophiles tended to distrust, inter alia, Western notions of democracy, reliance on technology, and the influence of Jews and Jewish notions: “The characteristics of the Jewish race are parasitic; for their sustenance they require the presence of another race as “host” although they remain aloof and self-contained” [Pobedonostsev]. Again, though, a line cannot be strictly drawn.
There was always a ying/yang aspect to the Slavophile/Westernizer dichotomy; a little bit of each in the other.
The Soviet regime likewise had Slavophile elements, more obviously so after 1945, though it was fundamentally a Westernizing movement: “Socialism means Soviet power plus the electrification of the whole country” [Lenin].
There was a paradox, though. The dictatorial Westernizing movement of Bolshevism, that became Sovietism, could only maintain its power via a degree of enforced isolation from the West, which might be called, arguably, a Slavophile policy, at least in effect..
The Soviet Union from the death of Stalin in 1953, and especially since Khrushchev’s Secret Speech of 1956, was fundamentally Westernizing, trying to copy the West in many respects, if only to try to outdo the West. The West had Concorde, so the Soviet Union had to have “Concordski” (the bungled TU-144). One example.
Since 1989, when Socialism fell (though the Soviet Union walked on, mortally wounded, until 1991), Russia has pursued an almost insane Westernist policy, even under Putin. That may now be reversed, or a different path pursued.
Having said that, Russia, like the Soviet Union before it, will not want to be cut out of Western technological progress. That would seem to suggest both an increase in Russian research and development, and an uptick in intelligence activity, including outright espionage.
The atom bomb secrets of the West were uncovered and captured in the 1940s and 1950s by a combination of huge scientific effort and huge espionage effort. In latter days (1960s through 1980s) the KGB’s “Line X” was the main organization involved in scientific and technical intelligence-gathering, together with, on the military side, the GRU.
We cannot talk about Western influence on Russia (and indeed Europe proper) without considering the often baleful effect of Anglo-American, mainly American, cultural exports. Film, TV, contemporary music. Whether Putin’s Russia has the spirit to stand against that is doubtful. Even the German Reich had to compromise to some extent on popular culture.
I have blogged before about how Russia, of all countries in the world, could subsist under a system of autarky [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autarky]. It now seems that it may have little choice.
Whether Putin himself, with Russia’s transitional, post-Soviet, and post-Yeltsin form of society, will survive long is an open question. After Putin, the Russian leadership will have to thoroughly reform and reset Russian society, without Western help and without Western interference and exploitation.
A good start, culturally, would be for Russia to eliminate, as far as possible, pop/rock (etc) music. Also, most contemporary American films, and certainly most “sit-coms” and TV dramas.
System politicians in the UK now have to admit one of two possibilities: either they were stupid idiots about “Covid”, or they were the conscious dupes of the transnational “Great Reset” conspiracy.
The hysterical “trans” nonsense has taken over feminism and imprisoned it in a distortion worthy of Kafka.
America’s first “black” president (in fact, only half-African, and half-European), showing his true nature, the nature that allowed him to kill so many people (almost all non-European).
The unmasked (so to speak) ex-President gives his directions to the (masked or muzzled) plebs building his latest house.
My Australian (though sometimes resident in London) niece, about 25-y-o, contracted “Covid-19” in 2020, and lost her senses of taste and smell for a week or so. She was advised to stay home, drink water, and take a paracetamol. No medical intervention necessary. She recovered completely after 2-3 weeks.
A pack of idiots posing as the UK Government closed down the country for this…Now look. National Insurance rising, taxes for most rising, cost of living rising, pay inadequate for most, State pension age rising. Still think that the unnecessary “lockdowns” and “furlough” payments were great? Think again.
As for Boris-idiot, it took the bulk of the British people about 15 years to catch up with my opinion of him, and it took the msm almost as long, if not longer, but now almost everyone wants him to get kicked out. The only problem with replacing him is that there are so few MPs who are both actually English and also not total deadheads…
A thought out of season…
Two young boys aged 10. One of the two becomes, for a few short years, the master of Europe; the other, an “ordinary citizen”, at least so far.
What weight do we give to genetics, environment, Nature, nurture, education, personal destiny, reincarnation etc? Rudolf Steiner was, I think, right to say that, in terms of society, education of the child carries huge weight. On the other hand, so do the other factors. I suppose that education of children is something that can be decided upon rationally in policy terms; it is within the power of humanity to change policy, purpose, and content.
The last bit is the killer: “with family help“. Quite.
Every now and then, you read some silly comment on Twitter or in the newspaper readers’ comments sections to the effect that young or not so young people could buy houses, even in the UK’s ludicrously-inflated property market, if only the people concerned would cease patronizing Starbucks or Pizza Express. I suppose that some idiots even believe that.
It is true that many waste money; few of us never do that. How much, though? When the deposit alone for even a very modest house, on sale for, say, £200,000 (and that is far below the national average), is something like £20,000 to £40,000, it is going to take the hypothetical young twenty-something couple rather a lot of saving-up, when many people are living hand to mouth to start with. They might manage it by the time they are 40-50 years old. Maybe.
Not everyone has a father who was the Chairman of Christies…
Actually this type of unwanted and silly “advice” broadcast to the poorer part of society is not very English, despite making appearances in Dickens and elsewhere (eg the works of Samuel Smiles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Smiles). It is rather American: the poor are poor because feckless and useless, the rich are rich because clever, virtuous and well-organized.
As with all propaganda, there is a kernel of truth there, but as Churchill noted, the truth often has to have a bodyguard of lies. In this case, the amount of truth is very small, the false large though persuasive to many.
At least the pre-revolutionary Russian aristocracy was honest enough not to claim that most Russians were poor because of character flaws, despite their often having some.
The David Cameron-Levita government specialized in nonsense of the Kirsty Allsopp sort, and that rhetoric underpinned the “welfare” “reforms” of the part-Jap sadist Iain Duncan Smith, a charlatan whose very name is fake! As were his “degrees”, and work history. He has never been punished for the misery he has inflicted.
The above tweeter fondly believes that “#ToryScumOut” will not result in what might be termed “#LabourScumIn“…It was Labour who trashed lower-level pay by importing cheap labour from all over the world, Labour who, from 1997 and especially 2005 started to screw down on the unemployed and disabled, Labour who introduced the fraudulent ATOS carpetbaggers. Rachel Reeves, Yvette Cooper, and others around the present Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer have all made statements similar to those of Conservative MPs on these topics.
Labour-label is no answer (to anything).
Quite. When I was 19, in 1976, I was doing various kinds of low-paid work, and living in the attic of a friend’s house in Little Venice, London. The work paid less than £100 a week, and the house was valued (a few years later) at £100,000. In 2022, that same house is valued at around £4 million, and the kind of work I was doing in 1976 would pay today maybe £400 a week, quite possibly less than that.
So in those 45 years, the price of that house has risen by 40 times its original value, but the work in question now pays no more than 4 times what it did in 1976.
Outside the better parts of London, the ratio might be lower, but not very much so. I recall idly gazing into the window of an estate agency in Seaton, Devon, in 1998. I just happened to be there for a few hours.
I noticed three small bungalows for sale for between £25,000 and £28,000 each! They were very small, 1-2 bedroom places no doubt once used as weekend (near) beach places (pre-WW2). Out of curiosity, I looked online a few years ago. There was a very similar one for sale in the same town: £200,000. Probably far more now. An inflation of ten times the valuation in about ~20 years. Pay in 2022 is generally not ten times what it was in the late 1990s.
This Anglo-American “pull yourself up by your own bootstraps” idea is quite ingrained. Homeless and without capital or income? Well, just start a roadside lemonade stall, and soon you too will be a millionaire or more…
That nonsense, fed to children and adults in the USA (especially) in various ways, has been socio-politically very influential. Retailed via such as the old and now-defunct Reader’s Digest (which I am sure had some kind of CIA connection): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reader%27s_Digest.
When I was having a cappuccino in my old haunt of the 1980s and early 1990s, Raoul’s Cafe, Little Venice, I happened to share a table with someone, an American, who turned out to have been the former head of the Reader’s Digest. I suppose that politeness prevented me from asking him who laid down the overall ideological line (and he would not have said anything about that anyway).
One of the total cancers in our society is the huge money available to approved TV monkeys-on-sticks. A few random examples? The “celebrity chefs”, some of whom do not actually even have restaurants (and some that do have them are not apparently very good anyway). Some are genuine chefs, others are not, but almost all seem to make much of their large incomes from TV shows.
When I read that some of those chefs have £50 million or £100 million capital, I cannot believe it. I concede that I am no businessman…
Other examples? The general “celebrity” TV (etc) world. Admittedly, I usually have never heard of said “celebrities” when I see them on charity quiz shows (almost invariably they are extremely ignorant). It sometimes feels like the whole world and his dog are “celebrities”.
The BBC, with its enormous budget, enormous because people have to pay the “licence fee” (tax), is responsible in part. Imagine paying an unpleasant idiot like Gary Lineker a million a year just to shoot the breeze about football games!
Television, in practice, by which I mean the kind of (((occupied))) television that exists in the West, especially, is very corrosive. South Africa started to lose its strength after TV was introduced in the mid-1970s. Import American (((American))) TV, and you import the mores of the you-know-whos…
Those who make huge money from TV are desperate to stay, to use a dated expression, “in with the in crowd”. Any remark designated “racist” and/or “anti-Semitic”, will kill the maker’s career stone-dead, of course. The Jews, exercizing great influence in the TV world, will blackball anyone not thought to be on board with their agenda.
I have little to add to what I have said in earlier blog posts. The present regime in Kiev is a corrupt and shambolic Jewish-Zionist set-up that must go. Russia must take Kiev, Eastern Ukraine, and the Black Sea littoral. It must do it swiftly and overwhelmingly, to minimize civilian casualties and general damage. By this time next year, it will be impossible, so do it now, for the right reasons and in the right way.
“Mr Johnson’s public and private life have been littered with lies, which saw him sacked as a journalist, fired by Tory leader Michael Howard over an affair and eventually thrown out by his wife Marina, who believed he was having an illicit relationship with Carrie Symonds.
His former boss at the paper, Max Hastings, wrote in the Daily Mail in 2012: ‘If the day ever comes that Boris Johnson becomes tenant of Downing Street, I shall be among those packing my bags for a new life in Buenos Aires or suchlike, because it means that Britain has abandoned its last pretensions to be a serious country.’” [Daily Mail].
I have been infuriated for 20 years at the easy ride given to “Boris” Johnson by the mass media. Of course, it was no accident. The Jewish lobby was his mainstay, and Johnson is of course himself part-Jew.
Johnson has also been favoured because, despite the am-dram “English upper class” camouflage, ingrained by his time at Eton and then Oxford, Johnson is actually not only part-Jew but part-Levantine, born in New York City, brought up in New York, Connecticut and Washington D.C., as well as in Belgium. In other words, he has no real “blood and bone” loyalty to England or Britain. He is a “rootless cosmopolitan” in every way. A complete fake.
The international cabals have favoured Johnson for that reason, and because he is very easily bought, suborned, and used.
Looks like his own party members in the Commons realize that their own survival depends on, not so much getting rid of “Boris” but on installing a replacement who is at least semi-competent, before the voters chuck out 100+ Conservative Party MPs.
I expect that Johnson will be out before Summer.
Max Hastings is right, though; I mean not only about Johnson but about Britain. It is now not a serious country. Blacks and browns invade in rubber boats across the Channel, not only unchecked by Border Force, Royal Navy and others, but actually provided with a free shuttle service! The once-fine RNLI, now taken over by traitors, act as accomplices in that, as do a horde of virtue-signalling “refugees welcome” dimwits.
Britain rattles its all but blunt sabre at Russia and China, something which is actually embarrassing when one looks at the disparity in power.
British pensioners, once cheated by the Jew fraud who called himself “Robert Maxwell”, are now royally ripped off by others (mostly though not always Jewish), such as the Jew Green and his family. Who stands up for those poor British people? The “British” political parties? Ha, no! Riddled with “Friends of Israel” MPs such as Johnson, all of his Cabinet, and —arguably even more shameful— “Keir” Starmer and his Shadow Cabinet, Labour Friends of Israel members all. Starmer himself has a Jewish wife (a lawyer, at that), and children being brought up as if fully-Jewish.
Had I any money, I would pay a handsome reward to the first person capturing a photograph of Starmer wearing one of those little skullcaps. What is that I hear? Starmer would never do that? Oh, would he not?… Blair did…
The System will vomit out Johnson because his total inability to be a Prime Minister of this country is beginning to undermine whatever residual respect, or at least compliance to the System still exists in the public psychology.
The USA is so divided that the “winner takes all” electoral system becomes meaningless. The demographic change in the USA over time has meant that what was at one time an almost entirely white (European-race) population (at one time about 90%) has become one where only about half are descended from Europeans (some say less than half). That is not the only division, of course; income, capital, age, and sex are other (but not the only other) aspects.
The principle of the NHS was/is good: free at point of use. However, its maladministration, particularly in the hospitals, has become so bad over many years that one could now almost call the NHS a hit-or-miss health service. That has been made even more evident by the “panicdemic” and the prioritization of the ridiculous mass “vaccination” programme.
Few would want the UK to go to a US-style health system, but the idea that the systems elsewhere, particularly in Western and Central Europe, are not worth even looking at, is just completely wrongheaded.
The UK was one of the countries which led the way in public health provision in the 20th Century, with the establishment of the NHS. Perhaps the UK can now devise a 21st Century public health system that works better for its patients and their families, rather than (often) seeming to be run mainly for the benefit of those who work in it.
Afternoon music and video
“Victory and triumph to the Son of God Now entring his great duel, not of arms, But to vanquish by wisdom hellish wiles.“
[Milton, Paradise Regain’d]
“The stars in their courses fight on the side of the just“
[ancient Chinese proverb]
A question often in my own mind. Part of the answer must be the (((influence))) of a certain infiltrative element…
Come to that, we presently have a Government, and Cabinet where many, perhaps most, and certainly at the top, are not really British:
Boris Johnson— part-Jew, part-Levantine; Grant Shapps— Jew; Dominic Raab— half-Jew; Brandon Lewis [uncertain];
Could an English person become an MP, let alone minister, in Israel, Turkey, or Greece? I think not.
Rishi Sunak, Priti Patel, Alok Sharma, Suella Braverman— Indian origin.
Could an English person go to India and become an MP or minister? I think not.
Nadhim Zahawi— Kurdish.
Could an English person become an MP or minister in Kurdistan, Turkey, or Iraq? I think not.
Kwasi Kwarteng— Ghanaian origin.
Could an English person go to Ghana and become MP, or minister, let alone describe British workers as “lazy” and useless? (and look who’s talking!).
We need to take back our country.
As mentioned previously, Sumption was not Lord Chief Justice, but he was a Law Lord.
Well, once again I beat political journalist John Rentoul. He scored 4/10 this week; I scored 6/10, though I nearly got 8/10.
I was unsure about question 7 (what year saw Hawaii attain to statehood; I guessed nine years too early), and about question 9 (i.e. which —of two or three likely counties— of the UK is flattest and most low-lying). I had no idea about question 1 (I, wrongly, guessed Trump), nor about question 8.
“Worryingly for the Prime Minister, two in three people said they do not trust him.” [Daily Mail].
For me, what is more worrying is the implication that a third of the voters actually do still trust part-Jew, part-Levantine liar and chancer “Boris”. Incredible, after two years of entirely shambolic misgovernment, not to mention the clown’s previous activities.
Looking at the poll, it seems that the “sheeple” have still not quite woken up from the “panicdemic” propaganda trance.
Reform Party or Reform UK, the latest “controlled opposition” safety valve of the System. Just like its lineal predecessors, UKIP and Brexit Party, Reform is designed, or is used, as a way of diverting potential support for a real social-national party (which as yet does not exist).
Incidentally, and while the date of the photo is not known to me, it was probably taken in very recent years, and the blonde looks pretty good for someone born in 1963.
News from Britain’s “diverse” multikulti society
“Prolific paedophile Abdul Elahi has been jailed for 32 years at Birmingham Crown Court after blackmailing victims into committing ‘sickening’ child sex abuse while targeting almost 2,000 people.” [Daily Mail]
…and thousands more like him are arriving daily into the UK— by sea, air, and land…
More tweets seen
I suppose that the “refugees welcome” dimwits, such as (to name one of many) Zoe Gardner (“@zoejardiniere” on Twitter), either dismiss the cost to the British people of having these human millstones around our collective neck, or simply do not care.
How stupid are the “sheeple” who are now going around masked and muzzled on the say-so of “Boris”, Gove, Sunak etc? I myself saw from the car, only yesterday, some masked lunatic pushing a small child in a pushchair. In the open air, and with no other pedestrians in sight!
Yet more lunacy…
How about just saying “yes”, and if questioned further, walking out and later hitting back (admittedly perhaps ineffectually) via sites such as TripAdvisor?
I am starting to greatly dislike this Tom Harwood individual, who is plainly controlled opposition, like most such “conservative” pseudo-nationalist scribblers and talking heads. He sounds like a real limp lettuce, too. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Harwood].
…and I have been (it seems, pointlessly) warning about the part-Jew, part-Levantine barrel of lies —presently posing as Prime Minister— for the past decade, not only on this blog but also on Twitter (until a pack of Jews had me expelled in 2018).
“The ravages of the pandemic“? What ravages? Most if not all of the damage has been done by stupid “Boris” and his fellow-clowns, assisted by the subversives on that ludicrously-misnamed “SAGE” committee. Incredibly, Professor Neil Ferguson, one of the worst, is still being cited as reliable in parts of the msm.
Having said that, the newspaper conclusion must be broadly correct. “Labour” are not, as such, ahead of the “Conservatives” in popular estimation; Labour are ahead of the Conservatives as led by “Boris”.
If “Boris” is jettisoned, then the Labour Party, which has really nothing to offer the British people, will almost certainly drop back down below the Conservative Party again.
Conservative Party MPs are like the citizens of ancient Rome— they worship victory. “Boris” has failed. Caesar must be deposed. Soon may emerge the next caesar, or at least the next “Conservative” clown leader.
Like many of his former employers and colleagues, I opposed the “resistible rise” of “Boris” from the start, but others colluded in it, or were too lazy to really examine “Boris” and his background. The msm must take most of the guilt, together with the Jewish lobby which permeates the msm.
The Conservative Party MPs colluded, thinking “Boris” an election-winner (which turned out to be true, though only because Labour’s vote fell by 8 points in 2019— the Conservative Party vote only increased by about one point).
Finally, the voters of, mainly, England were to blame, for lazily failing to see behind the false image created by the msm: “Boris” as a poundland Churchill, “Boris” as a classical scholar (because of his rote-learned Greek and Latin tags), “Boris” as someone of intelligence and erudition (all very superficial). Most of all, “Boris” as a straight bat, instead of the barrel of lies which he really is.
I think that one can see where this may be going. “Boris” will be sacked by his own MP cadre. A new leader will be installed, maybe even that Indian supposed “clever boy”, Sunak, and then Labour will struggle to maintain its new lead in the polls.
I suppose that the alternative is that “Boris” is not sacked, but blunders on through more unnecessary and crazy “Covid” restrictions etc, or “Boris” fights to stay as leader, leading to a long period of infighting. Were either of those to happen, then the voters, in the rigged UK FPTP binary electoral system, might choose fake Labour in desperation.
Where else can the British voters go? A controlled-opposition joke party, Reform? That will never get enough support. As for a genuine social-national party, it does not exist, and the whole electoral and msm set-up, riddled with Jew-Zionism, would ensure that it could not succeed, not peacefully and “lawfully” anyway.
In fact, behind the self-promoting “mystery artist” stuff, and the gimmickry, Banksy is a genuine artist with a genuine, even if often wrongheaded, world view. He is far above the likes of Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst in artistic terms. Pity about the “wokery”, though.
In the end, another “useful idiot” for a System agenda (the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan) which he may not really understand.
The Colston statue situation was mentioned on BBC Radio News earlier. Colston himself was described as “Bristol slaver“, which he was; he was, however, also a merchant, MP, and a philanthropist on a large scale: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Colston.
That kind of politically-correct “woke” bias and tendentiousness is seen everywhere now, especially in the msm. There are no grey areas, no rounded appraisals, no nuances, just black and white simplistics, and judgmentalism.
For “Romanians”, read “Roma gypsies with Romanian passports”…
It is a question of degree. In the UK, corruption of that sort has been generally, though certainly not entirely, absent. In places such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kurdistan etc, the corruption is ubiquitous.
“Rishi Khosla…Rishi Sunak...Priti Patel…Munira Mirza…”— Get the drift?
Both “Boris” Johnson and Zac Goldsmith are part-Jew. Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.
“…one tweet posted by Holbrook in 2020 was singled out by the panel because it ‘could promote hostility towards Muslims as a group’.
The tweet stated: ‘Free speech is dying & Islamists & other Muslims are playing a central role. Who will lead the struggle to reinstate free speech as the foundation of all other freedoms?’
The panel said it took into account the context in which the tweet was made, which was in response to a tweet calling for the Charlie Hebdo magazine to be shut down following the beheading of Samuel Paty by an Islamist. ‘The panel considered that the ordinary reasonable reader would understand the tweet to mean that the Muslim community was to blame for curtailing free speech.’” [Bar Disciplinary Tribunal].
In essence, that Holbrook case echoed mine of October 2016, but in a more muted way. In Holbrook’s case, the msm (especially the Daily Mail) came out in his support, and there was no huge kefuffle about him or his supposed political defaults. The penalty visited upon Holbrook was trivial by comparison. The reason is clear to me.
Holbrook’s tweets mentioned Muslims but not Jews; thus the Jew lobby on Twitter and offline did not have a serious go at Holbrook, whereas I was “crucified” in the msm Press, on Sky TV, online on Twitter etc. Google “Ian Millard barrister” and you will see the difference.
Strange that Holbrook thinks that Muslims in the UK are destroying free speech, when their behaviour, in terms of repression of free speech, is as almost nothing compared to that of Jews.
Or maybe Holbrook is just afraid to see the truth about the Jew-Zionist lobby (and then feel compelled to say something about it…). Holbrook, unlike me, was supported by the usual (and pro-Israel) pseudo free speech crowd: the Spectator, Toby Young and his “Free Speech Union” (free speech unless you say anything about the Jewish lobby…) etc, all of that lot, even Melanie Phillips!
Holbrook himself has blogged about the matter: https://jonholb.com/about/. Incidentally, I see that Holbrook (in common with several persons connected to the present Government), has made the political journey from the Revolutionary Communist Party of the 1980s to the realms of UKIP, Brexit Party or similar: https://jonholb.com/political-career/.
Holbrook may have survived, notionally, at the Bar (and is appealing the £500 fine and the connected determination), but has accepted that his 30-year Bar career is at an end, his chambers having “cancelled” him.
Holbrook is (I presume) too law-abiding and well-behaved to take direct action against those who “cancelled” and/.or insulted him, and is relying on the written word to put his case.
In the meantime, his backstabbing former colleagues, and those who kicked him when down, carry on earning, while he (I also presume) does not. That is his real punishment.
“Cruelty“, apparently, was being threatened with being suspended from the House of Commons for 30 days! Paterson would still be there had he just accepted that mild sanction. He doesn’t know how lucky he is! “A revolution without firing squads is not worth much” [Lenin]…
The House of Commons is an Augean Stables, which at some point —not far off— will have to be cleansed…
Britain is running on empty, and has been for some time. Look at its institutions: Monarchy, aristocracy, House of Lords, House of Commons, Army, Navy, Air Force, the Bar, the msm, the Church(es), the NHS etc.
Are any of the above more than empty shells now?
More tweets seen
Of course “Boris” is happy with the migration-invasion. He, though unimportant in himself, is the chosen puppet (in the UK) of the Coudenhove-Kalergi conspiracy, i.e. the plan to eliminate white Northern Europeans and to create a mixed-race population ruled by Western cabals, the members of which are often at least part-Jew, like “Boris” himself.
Heard the BBC Radio 4 News in the car. What led the news agenda? Not the COP26 nonsense, not knife crime in London, not the Swedish autistic and her pathetic children’s crusade, not the UK-France fishing dispute and other problems. No, none of those, and neither was the news about the Ethiopian civil war, nor even about the huge numbers of migrant-invaders now crossing the Channel daily.
No, the main item on BBC News (radio and TV) today is that it is alleged that a cricketer in Yorkshire may have called a Pakistani…wait for it…a “Paki”!” Many years ago, at that. That is today’s big headline!
In fact, it seems that the socio-political operation was successful: the Chairman of Yorkshire County Cricket Club and others have resigned, and the club will now be headed by an Indian businessman called Patel.
That cricket club, until 1992, would not sign players born outside Yorkshire itself! Like bees, any others were considered “exotic”.
Tell me again how the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan is a “conspiracy theory”…
Greta Nut news
It seems that the notorious Swedish autistic has performed her usual petulant shouting act, and has railed about her usual limited repertoire, before “several thousand” [the Guardian] children and others at Glasgow.
Glasgow has a population of 600,000 in the city itself, 900,000+ in the urban/suburban area, and about 1.9M in the region.
Even if all the ~10,000 people on Greta’s march came from Glasgow city (they did not), then that represents, at best, 1 out of 60 people of that city. Or about 1 out of 180 in the wider region.
Not “people power“, as the deluded little puppet seems to imagine, but a tiny minority.
“A PR event“? Pot/kettle…
Scandal. Someone who probably worked hard, for slight reward and for decades, now cannot be seen by doctors or nurses, cannot find a proper place to rest, sees migrant-invaders pouring into the country and getting prioritized ahead of him, and on top of that sees an alien cabal stealing openly at Westminster and in Downing Street.
Gary Streeter was found guilty of an ethical offence when he was a practising solicitor. Better yet, according to Wikipedia, the bastard is a believer in “faith healing“! Just the sort of person to give the public or Government advice on medical matters involving Covid-19 ! Oh, no, wait…
Roberto Fiore…a “blast from the past”. Cannot recall now whether I met him (or not), long ago, mid/late 1970s, about 1978, at the League of St. George in London. Thinking about it, probably not, though I recall the name from either late 1970s or early 1980s.
I like it…
Something I do not like (below):
Migrant-invaders. Many will be criminal, some will be, or will become, terrorists. Almost all the rest will only be (if we are lucky) useless parasites.
I have not watched much of the Budget coverage. Talking heads and/or “journalists” (System propagandists) yapping ignorantly and, all the while, smug MP or ex-MP freeloaders (such as David Gauke) seen on Sky TV or BBC talking about “wasting government money” etc (when Gauke himself —among many many others— claimed for everything he could, including tacky furnishings, TV sets, luxury hotel stays etc).
What a bunch of monkeys!
This Government has, of course “wasted money” (UK’s economic resources): £37 BILLION on the ludicrous “test and trace” nonsense alone, headed by incompetent crony Dido Harding. Something that was not even necessary in the first place. That’s more than the projected cost of even the HS2 vanity-rail white elephant.
Imagine what other could have been done with £37BN. Improving the whole rail infrastructure of the country. New hospitals. Libraries, or education generally (I mean real education, not warehousing children in schools, “taught” by ignorant teachers —very often— while the parents work, or jump through bureaucratic hoops).
£37BN works out at around £1,000 for every working-age adult in the UK. In other words, the Treasury could just have given every person in the UK about £1,000, with better results socially and economically.
To put it another way, the most expensive aircraft carrier ever built, the USS Ford, cost about £9 Billion in pounds sterling, so the UK could have had (disregarding running costs) four like that, instead of the useless, pointless, “test and trace” fiasco. Or might have had built about 37 smaller warships.
When you see that part-Jew, part-Levantine chancer, “Boris”, posing as Prime Minister (forget Indian “clever boy”, Rishi Sunak, and the other clowns), you know that the UK political system is terminally sick.
“Criticized“? Yes, but we have seen in recent years what frightens the corrupt and the conspirators, and it is not being “criticized” in official reports.
The “Thalidomide” of our times?
Yesterday, the hugely ignorant Daily Mirror scribbler, Susie Boniface, aka “the Fleet Street Fox” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susie_Boniface] suggested, in a Mirror opinion piece, that “anti-vaxx” protesters should be imprisoned, and generally treated as terrorists. From where did that come? At any rate, an interesting straw in the wind as we approach 2022, the most significant year since 1989 (and, previously, 1956 and 1923). 33-year cycle.
How long before anyone questioning the System narrative and System policies is considered to be a “social terrorist” or “enabler”? Anyone who questions the “panicdemic” narrative. Anyone who opposes the cross-Channel or other migration-invasion. Anyone who questions the power or influence of the Jewish lobby. Anyone seeking a better society. Others…
You can see already the outline of what is taking shape. Look at the Online Harms Bill. Even less free speech than now exists. The Jewish (Zionist) lobby is behind much of the repression.
I wonder what our society will be like in a couple of hundred years if it continues on its present trajectory?
More tweets seen
Alarming that the most powerful military-destructive machine in the world is now controlled, at least notionally, by someone who appears to be a confused, semi-demented, and possibly incontinent person, who may or may not be some kind of child abuser. One can only hope that, if Biden tries to reprise Hilary’s idea, and launch a third world war against Russia (or China), that there is some American version of a chekist standing quietly behind him, pistol always ready to administer a quick coup de grace…
Exactly. UK streets are less safe year on year, but the repression of opinion, including online opinion, is intensifying with every passing year.
As the tweeter says, “wealthy“…perhaps in fact not “beyond the dreams of avarice” (let’s not set the bar too low!) but probably worth a couple of million anyway, including the detached house in a pleasant neighbourhood etc.
“It was not painful; didn’t hurt…” Obviously not sufficiently deterred…
What gives the idiots the right to stop other people moving freely? Some weird idea that their actions will force Government to make more house insulation mandatory, or to pay for that? The protesters’ whole premise is nonsense. There is obviously a hidden agenda here, but protesters such as that retired doctor are merely pawns in someone else’s game.
Too many people are waking up. Bring on the talking heads and scribblers such as Susie Boniface, Fleet Street Fox, to call for the imprisonment of dissidents.
Note the police robots standing behind the “protester” (para-terrorist), not stopping him, not arresting him, nor even talking to him; in fact, looking “as if” they are protecting him…
In fact, the police car in that picture is also blocking the road.
Come to think of it, I have seen nothing from Susie Boniface, “Fleet Street Fox”, about treating “Insulate Britain” or Extinction Rebellion as “terrorists”. She may perhaps have done so (I tend to avoid reading her ignorant drivel), but I have anyway not seen it.
I remember watching this, as a boy of 14-15, in black and white (it was made in colour but I had my own huge and ancient b&w TV, with wooden case, and made, I should think, in the 1950s).
Looking at what little is on YouTube, and what (also not much) I can now recall, it is interesting to see the differences between the 1971 view of the near future (The Guardians was set in the 1980s) and what actually happened in the 1980s and on to 2021, 50 years after the 13 episodes of the series were shown.
There may have been those, in the early 1980s, amid the Miners’ Strike etc, who found parallels (the early paramilitarization of some police, and the use of SAS soldiers dressed as police).
Looking back now, one still finds parallels, but also great differences. The first is the relative quiescence of the public now. No, or very few, violent demonstrations, few big marches (and even fewer violent ones) compared to the 1970s.
Now, we have the Internet, and all its issues. That was not a factor, for the public, until the mid-1990s at earliest. The authorities have far wider powers in practice now, and use them.
In 1971, the “Guardian” force was seen as paramilitary, but in 2021 the forces of repression use plainclothes operatives (mostly), and not decrees (as such) but “laws” nodded through by a rubberstamp Parliament— look at the Online Harms Bill being put through Parliament right now, and with no resistance at all from a useless “Opposition” led by a Jewish-lobby puppet.
Also, 1971 people would not have taken seriously the idea that a virus which (supposedly) kills about 1 in 1,000 of the population would enable the UK Government to impose wide-ranging curbs on the most basic civil liberties (eg freedom to travel —even by car— in 2020); or that the kind of people who were most likely to resist actively in 1971 would become, in 2021, virtue-signalling “we’re good citizens, we are” serfs.
Interesting short documentary about the Afrika Korps in Libya and French Equatorial Africa (now, Chad, in part) in the early 1940s
If Greta Thunberg did not exist, it would be necessary for the international conspiracy to invent her. Oh, no, wait…
Another interesting video
Tweets seen today
I did not know that that trial had started; if it has concluded, I have seen no report of it. As of today, she is still tweeting:
I hope that the Welsh teaching contingent teach the children of Wales how much better Africa was when Europeans ruled most of it. Especially between 1945 and until European colonies ceased to exist in the 1960s and 1970s. I doubt that that will be taught, though…
Claudia Webbe is ignorant, and as thick as two short planks.
If people never speak, they cannot spread “subversive” ideas such as free speech, freedom of expression, or the idea that Europe would be far better without (((certain elements))).
I rather like the tweets of @EternalEnglish. I urge any readers with Twitter accounts to follow that account while they can, before (((the usual suspects))) have it expunged. I might not agree with all of what he says, but, adapting the lyrics of “Meatloaf”, “nine out of ten ain’t bad”.
When I was a barrister practising from chambers in Exeter (2002-2008), I had contact with some of the Devon (and East Cornwall) hunting/shooting country set. Not necessarily “bad people”, but not particularly “good” either. Overall, just rather backward in terms of attitude, I should say.
(Q: is “laughter the best medicine”?)
I am no medic, but there has been, from the start, something not right about the whole System narrative around the Covid-19 “panicdemic”.
First of all, in early 2020, we were told that this was something almost akin to the 1970s British TV series, Survivors (no relation to the funny Alison Chabloz banned song of the same name): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Survivors_(1975_TV_series); incidentally, writing this, I notice that Survivors was remade in 2008, still with the same idea, i.e. that a Chinese lab releases a deadly virus, which spreads worldwide, changing everything…makes you think.
So, anyway, we were all thoroughly frightened in early 2020. However, measures such as the facemask nonsense were not implemented in the UK for about another 7 months. In some parts of Europe, notably Sweden, there was no panic, no facemask nonsense, all the bars and offices stayed open, and —quelle surprise— outcomes were better than in the UK and the other panicked parts of Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Belgium etc).
Since then we have seen that, in the world as a whole (even on the very inflated and misapplied statistics used), maybe 5 million people have died of or, rather, with “the virus”, which figure sounds huge but is out of 8 BILLION people. In other words, roughly one person out of every 1,800.
In fact, most of the deceased had other life-threatening problems anyway, many have been very aged (thus with low immunity), and many have become part of the death-statistics simply because they had (unreliable) positive tests for “the virus” up to a month prior to their death (which might even have been in a car accident). Absurd.
The UK is now going to be hit with poverty and restriction thanks to the policies applied for nearly two years by part-Jew chancer “Boris” and Indian “clever boy” Rishi Sunak. Pensioners are going to be hit as far as they can be without alienating their mainly pro-Conservative Party votes entirely; taxes overall will be increased by stealth as far as possible.
Huge amounts that could have been spent improving infrastructure and/or the environment have been just squandered on nothing much, squandered for no reason.
The crazed “furlough” payments and other policies did not come free of charge, though the masses probably, in fact clearly, assumed that they did.
Interesting. Even less favourable than I would have assumed. A small sample, though.
A far larger sample than with the previous tweets, but once you adjust for the inbuilt Remainer bias on Twitter, the result is, in reality, probably not far off 50-50 again.
Keep chucking a few msm crumbs at Ash Sarkar and her cohorts, and the System will have no trouble from them, none at all. Give her a regular TV slot, and she will say (and probably do) almost anything…
Meanwhile, and while free speech in the UK is being destroyed by, mainly, Jew-Zionists, the BBC has seen fit to make a TV drama series, Ridley Road, portraying Jew terrorists, gangsters, and other thugs of the 1960s, as heroes.
Britain: the view from New York
A girl I once knew had a Jamaican record, the lyrics of which went something like “Execute de corruptors!“…
As Labour is now, its only hope of office is to get within about 50-60 seats of a Commons majority, and then to make a compact of some sort with the SNP and its MPs (numbering, at present, 45). However, the SNP would only make such a compact on the firm understanding of an early Indyref Mark 2. If that were to happen, and if, then, the SNP won such a second “indyref”, then the UK would break up, the SNP would no longer be in the Commons at all, and Labour as a party of government would be history.
Good point from Hitchens here. The point is valid also in respect of the Second World War. In the UK, great strides were being made in the 1930s in the areas of town planning, housing etc; the Depression poverty of the North was certainly not replicated in the South of England, generally speaking, certainly not in the late 1930s. The War spoiled much of the good that was happening. Britain only started to recover from its pyrrhic victory from or after 1955.
Individuals such as Boris Johnson only understand one thing, but we have so little freedom in the UK now that my merely mentioning it would have the police at my door…
I wonder where tweeter Ben Knight/@GingerOrBald will place his formerly “Conservative” vote? Labour (which favours exactly the same policies as the present Con regime)? LibDem? They are no different. Some small and doomed “libertarian” party, such as the pathetic joke “party” founded recently by Laurence Fox?
That’s the point, though: there is no real democracy, no real “choice”.
Looking back now to the 2-3 years I spent as a child aged 10-13 in Sydney, in the years 1967-1969, and comparing it to what I see now in the msm, elsewhere, and also hear from family members still living there, Australia in the late 1960s seems to have been a golden age of sorts…Yes, my family did live in a couple of the better areas (Mosman and Cremorne), and there were many poorer areas in other parts of the city, but I still think that Sydney/Australia then was a city/country of relative freedom and opportunity, and that the Sydney and Australia of today is a kind of semi-crazed multikulti dystopia.
Just as in the UK, France etc. When will the people wake up?
More to the point yet, why do the British people generally not vote for social-national parties? In my view, several reasons: firstly, no credible social-national parties or leaders; secondly, the repression, including repression of free speech, carried out by State drones but fomented largely by the Jew-Zionist element; thirdly, the people are not hurting enough to seize their chance for national freedom.
One of the worst, most embedded drones and conspirators of the New World Order (NWO/ZOG) matrix.
The figures may not be 100% (eg no mention of indirect taxes such as VAT), but that tweet illuminates the financial aspect of the migration-invasion problem in a nutshell.
This whole nonsense of over-reaction to the virus must be ended! People who are completely or effectively OK are now being told to isolate, not to go out, not to go to work. Important functions such as control rooms for power generation and transport are ceasing to operate, all because of this pathetic testing and tracing regime.
At some point, the country must wake up from this whole delusion.
“Well, I now have to praise the BBC’s Nick Robinson for saying this on the Today programme on Wednesday: ‘The evidence is that the masks that most of us wear, the one I have got here in my pocket, a sort of cotton mask that you either make yourself or that you buy, gives you no protection at all, absolutely none.’ After ages of assuming that loose cloth masks are effective, this must be the first time a major BBC presenter has stated the experimental truth. Yet nobody seems to have noticed.” [Peter Hitchens, in the Mail on Sunday].
“Ultra-feminists despised the decent, honourable tasks of motherhood, claiming that the only road to fulfilment lay in wage-slavery outside the home. Any fool could have told them that paid employment is not the road to freedom, but they did not want to hear this. And nobody has yet devised a way of getting men to embrace the tasks wage-slave women no longer have time to do. So they don’t get done.” [Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday].
“Lots of idiots still admire Cuba, believing the propaganda of its nasty, despotic junta. I think this is because so many of the former student revolutionaries of the 1960s imagine themselves in beards and fatigues riding at the head of a triumphant revolutionary parade into the fallen citadels of conservative, Christian civilisation.
The truth about Cuba – that it is a miserable, rationed secret-police state that even has first-class money for the elite and second-class money for its ordinary people – has always been unwelcome.
So has the fact that this potentially wealthy country is run by drearymiddle-aged bureaucrats, fearful of their subjects, with brains of solid Marxist concrete, about as rebellious and romantic as a public lavatory. Yet the youthful, barricade-storming image must still be maintained. Its official radio station, a conduit of weary, censored propaganda, is called Rebel Radio.
But now a real rebellion against these self-styled rebels has broken out on the streets of Havana. It looks to me like a proper uprising from below, not orchestrated by anybody.
And the admirers of Castro’s squalid state – who still litter the BBC, the universities, the schools, the media and the Civil Service – don’t know what to do or say. For they do not want to admit that, like the man they long admired, they have themselves become an intolerant, inflexible ruling class.“[Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday]
Very true. I have argued all my life against idiots who thought that Marxist-Leninist or derivative regimes in the Soviet Union, Cuba, North Vietnam, Nicaragua, and now Venezuela were decent and worth supporting.
As far as Cuba is concerned, the sort of people who even now support it are (generalizing wildly) like the NHS doctor whose cottage near Totnes I was once (2001) thinking of renting. She could not show me the place because, I was told, she is “cycling in Cuba”. Cuba is revered by some because it trains vast numbers of health professionals, who are then ordered to work in other countries so that Cuba can get foreign exchange, or barter goods.
As for the British and other mugs who supported the Cuban-inspired Sandinistas in the 1980s, they are still around, those that never woke up (to reality, not “wokeness”), and now support Venezuela, “Black Lives Matter” etc. Nicaragua itself is now suffering under the ex-Sandinista rebel, Ortega, and is a complete mess, but the “woke” idiots have other idols these days.
“Che” would not necessarily now be on their side, had he escaped being given a couple of rounds in the head in Bolivia over 50 years ago:
Socialism of the old type has frozen Cuba in time, to an extent that even the Soviet Union was not. Occasionally one sees TV people doing travel shows about Cuba. I think that Michael Portillo did one mainly about Cuba’s shambolic trains; Chris Tarrant certainly did.
Cuba’s trains are apparently kept going by all sorts of weird and wonderful methods, rather like those “iconic” 1950s American cars that ferry tourists around Havana.
Havana itself is falling to pieces. Occasionally, buildings just collapse after decades of little or no maintenance.
To some extent, I can see why some British, other European, American, people “support” Cuba: it has stood its ground against its superpower neighbour, it has its own identity etc. Other people have felt that way about other small and embattled states: Rhodesia, Israel, Taiwan, even North Korea. However, that is a sentimental attachment (if any) better indulged from a distance.
Cuba is basically a shambles. Admittedly, I myself have only seen it directly from the air (overflying from Tampa, Florida, to Grand Cayman), and from the sea (between Cuba and Jamaica).
My only contact with Cuban bureaucracy was when some British and expat Iranian scientists asked me to help find a sponsor for their biofuel project (I called it, to myself, “making gold out of straw”). A couple of countries were interested. This was in or about 1995.
The Ukrainian Ambassador in London even accompanied me (in his rather nice chauffeur-driven Lexus limousine) to Porton Down research centre (Wiltshire) one day, to meet with the team at their labs. That led to nothing, but at least the Ukrainians were interested. The Cuban Ambassador did not even reply to my letter! That despite the fact that Cuba would have been ideal— a country in need of fuel, with a huge quantity of otherwise unusable biomass (sugar cane detritus), and with a large cadre of scientifically-trained labour. Useless. Well, there it is…
How many millions of humanoid rabbits will be pointlessly “self-isolating”, and to what extent need the country collapse, before enough people wake up to the fact that this whole thing is a nonsense? People are being played like balalaikas.
In other words, Macron is a puppet of NWO and ZOG, right the way through.
Robert Peston is Jewish (or possibly part-Jewish…I am uncertain), but not particularly, if at all, sectarian. He was not brought up to be sectarian, I believe I read somewhere. That kind of distinction was recognized, up to a point, in National Socialist Germany, under the “Nuremberg Laws”, where those who were Mischlingen, or part-Jew, were treated in law differently depending on whether they adhered to Jewish religious communities etc, or not: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuremberg_Laws#Classifications_under_the_laws.
As can be seen in those tweets and reports, the Jews in Israel use “lawfare” (“legal” warfare) to get what they want. When that fails on its own, they use illegal methods, pressure, corruption, and ultimately violence. In the end, it is little different in the UK, France, and other places where Jews exist in large numbers.
Jess Phillips was interviewed by Stephen Sackur on BBC World Service recently. Hard Talk? Rename it to Soft Soap! Talk about being given an easy ride!
I am waiting to see what happens when facemask-wearing is no longer mandated by law in supermarkets etc (tomorrow). “Boris”-idiot has of course weaselled by saying ppl still “should” wear them! What a spineless bastard he is! He has all the leadership and prime ministerial qualities of a jellyfish.
Yes. Much of the scare regime of the past 19+ months has been superficially “voluntary” (the idiots wearing facemasks while cycling in the country etc). There was some Jew, a few years ago, who ran a thing at Downing Street called the “Nudge Unit”, trying to pressure the public to do this or that without using law. Is that unit still around in some form?
…and the usual idiots and Greta Nut supporters are already saying that Germany is flooded because of “climate change”, despite the fact that it has happened many many times before.
Peter Hitchens is sadly deluded here, though perhaps if only a tiny handful were to vote, it might present a moral challenge. That never happens. Not in major elections. Voting is usually pointless; abstention is always pointless. Something else might get rid of the present nuisances, but I think that, in the present climate, I prefer not to suggest it…
Surely it cannot be denied that his presentation and manner are closer to those of Jew comics than of English statesmen?
Eton and Oxford may put a gloss on someone such as “Boris”, but that gloss is a very thin veneer.
More late tweets
Still, let’s make our protest tomorrow (Monday, 19 July 2021). Masks—OFF!