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Diary Blog, 10 April 2021

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My own view of cannabis (and other illegal drugs) and the law is that, while the clarity of complete decriminalization appeals, I despise drug abusers, and would prefer either drug abuse to cease to exist, or drug abusers to cease to exist (or be eliminated).

On the other hand, the present system is not working.

I am also cognizant of the fact that societies where cannabis use is prevalent tend to fall to pieces, as Hafiz, the Persian poet, saw happening in his own country many centuries ago, and as one can see in the areas of the world where cannabis use is prevalent; Jamaica, for one.

All the —mainly British— people I knew when younger (1970s, 1980s), those who regularly smoked marijuana, dropped out of society to a greater or lesser extent.

The old Stasi, in the DDR, would have loved “Covid passports”, “track and trace” etc.

That anti-white narrative or stream of constant msm propaganda particularly affects the blacks, who as a group tend to lack logical-critical thinking skills.

Radio loudmouth Julia Hartley-Brewer (who blocked me years ago on Twitter when I exposed her ignorance on a point or two of law and procedure) seems to be turning a blind eye to the abuses carried out by the Jew-Zionist lobby. She has never said a word in support of the free speech of those attacked, and even prosecuted, at the instigation of packs of Zionist Jews such as the “Campaign Against Antisemitism”. I wonder why?

Yes, Laurence Fox and his “Reclaim Party” can be put in the same bin as all the rest of the controlled opposition: Reform UK, Brexit Party, UKIP, “anti-immigration” “Conservatives”, Katie Hopkins, “Tommy Robinson”, Breitbart, “Prison Planet” Watson, “Sargon of Akkad”, Delingpole, Toby Young and his fake “Free Speech Union” etc etc.

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…meanwhile, in England, the people amuse themselves with football, rugby, tennis or cricket matches on TV, the latest meaningless msm gossip, the latest “celebrities” one has never heard of, and they worry about their booking of controlled, mask-wearing, machine-holidays of the upcoming summer.

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[Bohemian Grove, Northern California: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohemian_Grove]

Is that so? If the new Alba Party challenges the SNP in most Scottish consituencies, and effectively enough so that other parties come through the middle (Conservative, LibDem, Labour), then yes. It may well be, though (and I never claim great knowledge of Scottish politics) that many voters “up there” will choose between Alba Party and SNP, and simply dump the others.

Voters who are pro-Independence but anti-SNP. I do not know whether that is so, and whether there are even any pro-Independence but anti-SNP voters.

At the moment, it seems doubtful that Alba Party will make a big impression: https://news.sky.com/story/scottish-elections-sturgeons-snp-set-for-majority-but-salmonds-alba-unlikely-to-get-single-seat-sky-news-poll-12268966.

I am guessing, but it may be that Salmond’s quite recent sex crime trial has mortally wounded him politically, even if he was formally acquitted.

Either way, it does seem that “Independence”, however nebulous a concept that is in the Scottish context where a new Scotland might still be tied into EU, IMF, World Bank, NATO etc, is gaining ground with Scottish voters. That might have big geopolitical implications.

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Well, I see that John Rentoul has again been defeated by me, this week scoring only 3/10. My own score was 6/10 (I did not know the answers to questions 4, 6, 9 and 10).

Of course, to say that “Scotland voted SNP” in 2015, 2017, and 2019 is true only in terms of First Past The Post voting: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_National_Party#House_of_Commons_2.

In 2015, the SNP captured 56 out of the 59 Scottish seats in the Commons; in 2017, 35 out of 59, and in 2019, 48 out of 59. “Scotland” therefored, supposedly “voted SNP”.

In reality though, meaning in terms of the popular vote, the SNP only scored 50%, 36.9% and 45% in those years.

Usually, when there is a successful popular movement for a country to leave a larger country or empire, there is a large popular majority for that: 90% in favour, perhaps; certainly 80%. In Scotland, any majority at all is likely to be small, maybe 55% for and 45% against.

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Diary Blog, 7 April 2021

Alison Chabloz

Please note that Alison’s Prisoner Number, which should form part of the address when writing to her or sending any gifts such as books, is slightly different to that previously given by some people, and is A6478EK.

[Alison Chabloz]

Court news

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9441991/Gardener-69-drowned-neighbours-pet-cat-avoids-jail.html

What is the point in having laws for animal protection when a cruel and nasty individual such as the defendant in the above report gets let off so lightly?

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Note: The correct prisoner number for Alison Chabloz is in fact slightly different: A6478EK.

Well done, BBC— only a full week late! The sentence was pronounced on the second and last day of Alison’s trial, which was 31 March 2021. Last Wednesday…

What a bunch of clowns (and monkeys on a stick) the BBC is! Defund the BBC!

Seems that, at least in Marin County (California…Marin County is the area the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco), “universal” means “universal…unless you are white (no matter how poor you may be)”…

“Universal”, like “diversity”, seems sometimes to mean the opposite of the proper meaning…

Masks are of little use in preventing infection (and, no, the masks people are forced to wear now in shops are not the same as those used in operating theatres where, in any case, they are just a conventional habit from the past as much as anything).

Until halfway through last year, the UK government agreed with what I have just written, but then decided to force the cowed and compliant masses into wearing masks. There is, as with the whole “Coronavirus” thing, an agenda behind it all, and one that has nothing much to do with health.

Meine Ehre heisst Treue.

Interesting from the historical-cultural point of view. The red part of that map coincides roughly with the Roman Empire, though not exactly (North African provinces are in green, as is the Dalmatian side of the Adriatic, and other areas (notably Asia Minor).

Again, the green areas are those which experienced greater penetration of Islamic ideas and customs from the 8thC onward. Again, though, not exactly; only in very broad brush terms.

The above tweeter reflects what was normal British opinion until a couple of decades or so ago. Free speech etc. However, even at that time, and for decades before that, a certain (((tribe))) was worming its way into influence and power in the UK. Freedom of expression has been one of many casualties.

Crime news

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/three-jailed-rape-and-robbery-women-hackney-b928138.html

More benefits of “diversity”…

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Good as a metaphor, too…

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