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Diary Blog, 3 May 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Answer: the “usual suspects” (((them))).

A relative few (including me) saw through part-Jew poseur “Boris” from the beginning, maybe 15+ years ago. Only recently did that become the majority. It is clear to almost all now that he simply does not have the ability to be a Prime Minister. Yes, he also lacks the decency and the ethics, but first and foremost he lacks the ability.

They look like Roma Gypsies. Blame also those who defend them and want more to arrive on our shores…

This can only end one of two ways.

If it does come to the UK, MPs who do not oppose it should be…blamed.

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Frightening. What is really behind this kind of science?

Why are they laughing so uncontrollably? Mental disorder? Drunk?

Loonies like that are apparently increasingly common in North America.

I cannot remember when exactly it was that I blogged about (inter alia) the 1980s/1990s Greenham Common (UK) “peace women”, but I expect my commentary can be found via the search function on the blog. Similar loonies.

Ah. Correcting myself; I have found the post in question: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/16/the-extinction-rebellion-levellers/. You have to scroll down about halfway to find the bit about Greenham Common.

This is what I wrote nearly three years ago:

The missiles were removed by reason of NATO-Warsaw Pact negotiations. The “Women’s Peace Camp” was a complete waste of time and effort.

A series of meetings held during August and September 1986 culminated in a summit between United States President Ronald Reaganand the General Secretary of the CPSU Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavík, Iceland, on 11 October 1986. To the surprise of both men’s advisers, the two agreed in principle to removing INF systems from Europe and to equal global limits of 100 INF missile warheads.

The United States and the Soviet Union signed the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty in 1987, which led to the removal of all nuclear missiles from the base. The last GLCMs at RAF Greenham Common were removed in March 1991, and the 501st TMW inactivated on 4 June 1991.” [Wikipedia]

Incidentally and incredibly, even though the last missiles left Greenham Common in 1991, even though the Americans left Greenham in 1992 and even though the UK Ministry of Defence closed the base in 1993, putting it up for sale (the area being almost all designated by 1997 as public parkland), the “Greenham Women” stayed, some of them, until 2000! To me that proves that without their having “political activism” to do, some of them had nothing to do with their time or their lives. They were unable to accept that their protests (for 19 years!) had actually achieved nothing and in any case had been superseded by large-scale international events. Like the Japanese soldier in the 1970s, fighting a lone war in the jungle, 30 years after the Pacific War had ended.

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Diary Blog, 18 April 2022

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[Neuschwanstein]

On this day a year ago

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You can see how, over the past week, the EU (NWO/ZOG component) has been wheeling out sleaze stories about Marine le Pen, in order to bamboozle the French masses.

See also https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/ about Macron’s oddly-suspicious background.

Opinion polls now have Macron several points ahead of le Pen for the second round of the French Presidential election, but about 10% are still undecided, so there is, as yet, all to play for.

How long before we see that in the UK? The “Covid” toytown police-state of 2020-2021 was a warning of things to come, possibly.

The aim of the System is to introduce a regime of microchip “Covid passports”, leading to a microchipped population. Add to that electric cars all fitted with GPS satnav, and almost everyone with a trackable mobile telephone, and you have much of the population, and 99% of the “important” people (those with any real influence or power, or heavy money) tracked, if need be, 24/7. The Stasi of the old DDR (East Germany) would have killed for that level of surveillance.

Indeed, it may be that, years down the line, all cars will be able to have their controls overridden by a centralized system, so that a car might actually be able to be directed to deliver an unwilling person directly to the “authorities”.

Rwanda plan or scam

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10726955/Britain-vulnerable-refugees-Rwanda-Priti-Patels-migrants-shake-up.html

London redevelopment

To my way of thinking, London, like most European cities, is better thought of as horizontal rather than vertical. That, however, has not been the trend of recent decades.

I can remember a time, in the late 1970s, when the whole Docklands area was still a post-industrial semi-wasteland. The foot-tunnel from Greenwich, under the river, came out into the Isle of Dogs as it used to be, an undeveloped (since the 19th/early 20thC) scene which, after dark especially, was both sinister and interesting. Pubs, some ugly and tacked onto 20thC council housing, a few other pubs quirky and picturesque, those latter very old and far predating the Victorian docks and dock buildings.

In 1979, there was no Canary Wharf, no expanses of new expensive housing, no Docklands Light Railway and, further afield to the east, no London City Airport.

All very different now. Arguably, the part of England that has changed most in the past 40 or so years, in terms of development. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isle_of_Dogs. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_Plaza_(London)

A 2015 aerial view of the Isle of Dogs, already out of date:

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On the left, something most people would not dislike as a modest village or town home; on the right, a hideous monstrosity.

Not that I am against “modern” (post-1918, post-1945?) architecture. Some is extremely worthy. Much is not.

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[Malecon, Havana]

Reminiscent of the Corniche at Alexandria.

Diary Blog, 4 March 2022, including Birmingham Erdington by-election result

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On this day a year ago

Birmingham Erdington by-election

I had completely forgotten about the by-election at Birmingham Erdington, occasioned by the unexpected death of the sitting MP, Jack Dromey [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Dromey] from sudden heart failure.

Birmingham Erdington has been a fairly safe Labour seat since 1945. In every election since then, Labour has won, with the Conservative Party in second place: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birmingham_Erdington_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections.

Even in the 1979 General Election that swept Margaret Thatcher to power, Labour held on in the constituency by a couple of points (46% to the Conservative’s 44.5%).

Labour’s highest point was in 1945 (60.8%), but it scored 58.8% in the Tony Blair “landslide” of 1997. Labour did almost as well (58%) in 2017, at a time when Jeremy Corbyn was Labour leader.

Labour’s vote share in 2019 fell back to 50.3%, and in the recent by-election rose to 55.5%.

The Conservative Party peaked, scoring 68.1%, in 1931, but fell back, apparently terminally, after Labour won the seat in 1945. The lowest point was reached in 2005 (22.8%). Since then, the Conservative vote has been in the 30-40% range (38.4% in 2017, 40.1% in 2019, and 36.3% in this by-election).

The by-election attracted 12 candidates, the highest number in the history of the constituency. but apart from the two main System parties, none retained the deposit. The Trade Union and Socialist Coalition [TUSC] topped the list at 2.1%.

Interesting to see the Greens and LibDems doing badly: Greens 1.4%, their worst result in the constituency since they first stood, in 2015.

The LibDems have pegged out, at least in this constituency. In the 2010 days of Cleggmania, they scored 16.2%. By 2015, after the Con Coalition, the same LibDem candidate could only manage 2.8%. That fell back further to 2% in 2017, recovered slightly to 3.7% in 2019, but fell again, disastrously, to a mere 1% in this by-election.

There were no social-national candidates, though the pseudo-nationalist “alt-Right” set-up, Reform UK (the reincarnation of Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party), achieved 1.7% (4th place).

Overall, my view is that the by-election shows a lack of enthusiasm on the part of the electorate. The turnout was pitiful, a mere 27% (nearly half of that in 2019, and less than half of the 2017 turnout). Only just over a quarter of those eligible bothered to vote.

The Labour vote-share rose slightly, the Conservatives’ fell back slightly. The real winner was apathy or, perhaps, disgusted cold-shouldering of a fake “democracy”.

Incidentally (?), demographics may account for part of the result, in that the new MP is a West Indian, a Labour councillor and former NHS nurse, aged somewhere in her early sixties, who has called for a black uprising in the UK:

Near the end of the 2022 by election campaign, remarks made by Hamilton in 2015 were uncovered by GB News where she suggested she was torn between a democratic vote and an uprising to enable black people to get what “we really deserve in this country”.[4] The comments led to calls from some Conservative MPs for her to be suspended by the Labour Party, who responded saying the remarks were taken out of context.[5]” [Wikipedia].

As I have repeatedly blogged, the Labour Party core vote is now the “blacks and browns” and/or the public service workers. That is now being reflected, increasingly, in Labour Party MPs too. Look at this one, a West Indian woman who is or was an NHS nurse.

In fact, the new MP, though increasingly typical of the Labour Party, is not typical of the constituency: “The constituency is predominantly white working class and very deprived.” [Wikipedia].

I do not see this result as betokening a Labour Party revival under Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer. Unimpressive.

[Paulette Hamilton, the new MP for Birmingham Erdington]

Ukraine

As far as can be gleaned from the msm, Russia’s glacial offensive is finally starting to take control of some major locations, such as the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, which supplies a quarter of the electricity in Ukraine.

Slowly, the odds are moving in Russia’s favour. Cities are starting to be taken, albeit at a terrible cost in suffering and damage; strategic targets such as power plants are being captured. Food has pretty much run out in those cities east of the Dnieper still controlled by the Kiev regime.

I had not expected the Zelensky regime to last this long. However, the taking of Kiev, which has been delayed (perhaps deliberately, so that many of its inhabitants can flee, which must help the Russian side of this conflict), will probably soon happen. When it does, Zelensky and his cabal will flee, or be captured (or killed).

If Zelensky et al flee to Lvov, it raises the question (noted by me in past weeks) of whether Putin will try to take over the western two thirds of Ukraine as well. I had assumed not, thinking that any Lvov government would be weak, economically strapped, and unable to cause Putin many problems, even if recognized by the Western allies as the “legitimate” government of the whole of Ukraine de jure, even if a puppet government based in Kiev were to rule a third, perhaps nearly a half, of Ukraine, de facto.

Now, I am not so sure. Any Lvov government headed by Zelensky or his group would now be supplied with advanced weaponry by the Western allies. There would be a long and vulnerable front splitting Ukraine. The Lvov regime forces would be more motivated than those of the Russian occupation in the east.

On those premises, Putin might eventually decide to go for broke, and try to occupy, or at least devastate, the rest of Ukraine. He may calculate that he has little to lose. After all, Russia’s reputation in the world has (via the biased reportage of the Western msm, so be it) already now been trashed, and Russia’s stock, both metaphorically and literally, could scarcely fall any lower.

Historical note

[William] Douglas-Home was assigned to the 7th Battalion of the Buffs, which was converted to tanks as the 141st Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps. In the Normandy campaign, the 141st Regiment was assigned to I Corps (a British formation) within the First Canadian Army. In August, First Canadian Army was directed to mop up the German forces cut off and trapped in various seaside ports in Normandy and Pas de Calais. In the first week of September 1944, the Allies moved against the port of Le Havre. A German garrison under Colonel Hermann-Eberhard Wildermuth was dug in on the hill overlooking the city. Wildermuth had been ordered by Hitler to defend Fortress Le Havre to the last man, and not to surrender.

When the Allied forces invested the city in advance of the planned aerial bombardment and subsequent assault, Wildermuth asked the British commander if the French civilians could be evacuated from the city, but that request was refused. Lieutenant (acting Captain) Douglas-Home was near Le Havre, awaiting the completion of the aerial bombardment. He was to serve as a liaison officer in Operation Astonia, the Allied attack on Le Havre. On the second day after the aerial bombardment had started, he learned of the German request to evacuate the civilians and the Allied refusal. The consequences of the bombardment were apparent to the waiting Allied forces and Douglas-Home refused to participate in the attack. He gave two reasons:

The unconditional surrender policy, which he thought compelled the enemy to fight to the end.
The refusal of civilian evacuation was morally unacceptable to him.
which created a moral obligation for Douglas-Home and he declined to participate.
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The aerial bombardment of Le Havre lasted four nights, killed over 2,000 French civilians, 19 German soldiers and levelled the city. The Germans surrendered after two-days’ fighting and I Corps moved on to Boulogne, which was also subjected to a heavy aerial bombardment. At that time Douglas-Home, who had been placed under supervision (he did not consider himself at that time to have been “arrested”) wrote to the Maidenhead Advertiser and the publication of his letter in the newspaper prompted his formal arrest and detention.

Douglas-Home was charged at a Field General Court Martial held on 4 October 1944 that, when on active service, he disobeyed a lawful command given by his superior officer (contrary to Section 9 (2) of the Army Act 1881). He conducted his own defence. Regrettably neither the Field Court Martial nor Douglas-Home had a copy of the new edition of the Manual of Military Law, which had been prepared and published in April 1944 but not distributed to the troops in Normandy. Prior to April 1944 a British soldier accused of refusing to obey an order had no defence available that the order was illegal. Even had that been brought to the Court-Martial’s attention, the grounds of objection by Douglas-Home for refusing to obey Colonel Waddell’s order were rejected as he had to admit that the order, to act as a liaison officer, was not illegal. His argument, that he was being required to take part in an event which was morally indefensible, fell on deaf ears. He was convicted, and sentenced to be cashiered and to serve one year’s imprisonment with hard labour. The proceedings lasted two hours”.”

[Wikipedia]

Douglas-Home, later a playwright, was also the younger brother of the British Prime Minister of the early 1960s, Alec Douglas-Home.

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

So, there we have it. British invaders killed 2,000 French civilians in Le Havre (and another 3,000 in Caen, and many elsewhere). That is without even counting the perhaps 800,000 German civilians killed in 1939-45 by Allied bombing alone.

As for the Americans, both in WW2 and up to the present time, we need not even go there…

The Russian invaders of Ukraine, if sinners, are not the only sinners.

[Berlin 1945, after initial clearing of rubble post-war]
[Dresden 1945]
[Unter den Linden, central Berlin, mid-1945]
[Hamburg, late 1945]

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Ecce the quality of the American top leadership (and the general level of the American public)…

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Yet another “death from suspected heart attack” of someone not old, and in apparent good health. There seems to be an absolute epidemic (?) of such deaths. I wonder whether this cricketer, like most of those reported on, was “vaccinated”, “boosted” etc? Odds-on he was.

Strange…I do not recall Brown saying anything like that when NATO bombed Belgrade, or attacked a number of countries in the Middle East and North Africa…

Looks like he has a nice house for himself and his weird wife. Pity that he impoverished so many British people.

Nick Griffin seems to suffer from the same ideological confusion, if that is indeed why he seems to be singing the same song.

The city in question has been called “Kiev” for centuries. Not “Kyiv” or, as the BBC and Sky now seem to think is correct, “Keeev“.

I am rather outside the exact debate, on the personal level, having not eaten meat since the age of 21 or so (1978), though I still occasionally had chicken, quail etc until about 2005, as well as products such as foie gras.

A debate which should engage all those still buying and eating meat.

Leaving partisan politics aside, one has to respect those who sacrifice their time, effort, and sometimes lives, to help animals, particularly those suffering because of wars or conflicts in the human sphere.

[invasion of Ukraine: apparent state of play as of yesterday, 3 March 2022]

As previously blogged, Russia has to control the Black Sea littoral. That must put the focus on Odessa. In fact, about 25%-30% of the population there is Russian, though I daresay that they will be keeping their heads down.

At the same time, the most important Russian objective, psychologically, must be Kiev, even if the Zelensky regime flees to Lvov.

Hitler’s biggest mistake or failure on the Eastern Front in the Second World War was to try to take Moscow, Leningrad, and the Ukraine, simultaneously, in 1941. The better idea would have been first of all to decapitate the Soviet regime by an all-out drive on Moscow.

In 1941, the German advance came within a relatively few miles of Moscow. In fact, the point of furthest advance, at Khimki, is now Moscow outer suburbia.

I recall, on my first visit there, in 1993, being astonished at passing the “tank trap” memorial now there, en route from the old Sheremetyevo airport into Moscow, and seeing how close it was to the city. I think that my driver arrived at or near the Kremlin only about 20 minutes after we passed that memorial.

Moscow in 1941 was in a state of panic for days, as the Germans advanced. High-ranking officials fled with their families. Many have said that, had the Germans been able to land even a modest parachute force in those days, the Soviet regime would have crumbled. It was never to be.

The Russians must take Kiev while the preponderance of military force is on their side. They will then be able to link up with forces near Dnipro (former Dnepropetrovsk) along the river Dnieper. If they can do that, then all of Ukraine east of the Dnieper will fall.

Gavin Williamson

Williamson has been knighted. Strange.

My Deadhead MPs blog piece about Williamson (now updated):

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Russia? Siberia? And they say the English are eccentric!

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Diary Blog, 26 February 2022, including more thoughts on the developing Ukraine situation

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On this day a year ago

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Well, once again I achieve victory over political journalist John Rentoul, having scored 8/10 this week as against his 6/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1 and 5.

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When was the last time that SIS/MI6 had a real coup not involving a walk-in (so not Gordievsky, not Mitrokhin etc)? I suppose it will be claimed that their successes are all too secret to reveal, which is plausible up to a point, but leaves plenty of scope for unmerited praise based on unmerited reputation, and for the covering-up of mistakes and disasters.

Why is he obsessed with this? Is it to distract people from whatever else? Seems eccentric in the extreme.

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Really? The author says that the Russians “had the advantage of tactical surprise“. How so? They did everything but send out engraved invitations! No doubt for good reason.

If I myself, not a professional military strategist, and not an intelligence officer, could very accurately predict (on my blog) where, when, and how the Russians would attack, I am sure that the Ukrainian Intelligence, and whatever they have in the way of a General Staff, also could work it out easily enough, even if most Western msm commentators and political drones were getting it wrong.

It is true that the initial Russian advance was sluggish. In fact the invasion should have happened 2 or even 3 weeks ago and been far more of a Blitzkrieg.

Putin’s main weakness overall lies in the absence of ideology beyond “Great Russian” chauvinism. Lenin, Stalin, and even their successors, had an ideology which underpinned straight geopolitical Great Game-ing. The same of course was true of Hitler, and even the later tsars; Nikolai II had the slogan Orthodoxy-Autocracy-Homeland. When Putin makes a major move, it is simply a rather basic nationalistic power exercise.

I agree that Putin’s problems will not end with repression of immediate resistance in Kiev, the parts of Ukraine east of the Dnieper, and the Black Sea littoral. In a sense, that is when his problems will begin.

There is something else. If, as now seems likely, NATO/NWO will support irregular warfare based on Lvov, and by supplying whatever is left of the forces of the Kiev regime with more and more powerful weapons, and with training in neighbouring countries such as Poland, the possibility grows of direct confrontation between Russian forces and those of NATO.

At the same time, the NWO’s sanctions regime will somewhat impoverish both Russia and the West and Centre of Europe. This may lead to greater political instability across the continent.

I feel that the “nuclear war” clock hands just moved a little closer to midnight.

As to the existing military situation, it has become far more messy than need have been the case, but the Kiev regime is fast running out of air support, fuel, food, ammunition. It will be defeated; the question is when. Personally, I shall be surprised if the Kiev government is still in place in Kiev beyond this weekend, though it may be able to relocate to Lvov.

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The whole situation renders even more vital the need to think beyond the present, into the possible future: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/26/the-tide-is-coming-in-reflections-on-the-possible-end-of-our-present-civilization-and-what-might-follow/.

At this point, Boris-idiot is essentially beyond parody.

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More thoughts on the developing situation in Ukraine

I don’t know what to make of Zelensky’s apparently brave stance. It may or may not be genuine. We shall see whether he is, in the end, extracted (but with Russian troops all around, and looking for him, it would have to be a “hot extraction”…).

For me, the resupply issue is key. The Russians are said to have resupply problems, but the Ukrainian troops must be close to running out of food, ammunition, and fuel. As to those civilians issued with a weapon, I wonder how much ammo they get. 20 rounds? 40? Not much if the weapon is automatic.

In fact, it seems to me to be very irresponsible of the Kiev regime to issue weapons on request to just anyone. A move of desperation, of course, but how effective will such volunteers be anyway? Many seem to be completely untrained in the use of such weapons, and moreover will not have much ammunition issued to them, probably. If the Russians catch them with weapons, even if unfired, they may well end up being shot as “irregular forces” or, in an old term, “francs-tireurs” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francs-tireurs].

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There are quite a few idiots such as Kelvin MacKenzie who believe that the date is 1914 rather than 2022.

People do not want to hear facts, they just want to comply with the latest System attack campaign. Now, it is Russia.

Chris Bryant is no leader; a freeloading second-tier NWO/ZOG System drone.

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Diary Blog, 14 February 2022, including latest thoughts on the Ukraine situation

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On this day a year ago

Ukraine

I have already noted in the blog about how both the current President and Prime Minister of Ukraine are Jews; now I see that the current Ambassador of the UK in Kiev is also Jewish: see https://www.kyivpost.com/business/uk-ambassador-brings-ukrainian-roots-to-the-job.html.

The former U.S. ambassadress in Kiev, 2016-2019, was also Jewish (at present, the US Embassy at Kiev is headed by a Charge d’Affaires).

As to the general situation in the region, events have moved closer to what I was predicting a few weeks ago, i.e. that Russian forces would seize Eastern Ukraine (Ukraine east of the river Dnieper), the Kiev area, and the Black Sea littoral from Trans-Dniestria to the mouth of the Dnieper and further east to the present Russian border.

As previously blogged, such a strategy would leave Russia in control of 6 of the largest 7 cities in Ukraine, Lvov alone remaining in the hands of the present Kiev government, assuming that it still exists by then.

The above strategy would place all seaports, including the largest (Odessa) in Russian hands; also all river ports of significance.

That strategy would also join Crimea to Russia via south-eastern Ukraine.

Most of the important industrial areas would also fall.

As noted in previous blog posts, it is hard to see how the present state of Ukraine, under the present Kiev government, could continue to exist except as a rump state based on Lvov, controlling mostly agricultural areas in Western Ukraine but without the means of easily-exporting its produce.

If Russian forces move to encircle Kiev, the present Kiev government will face the choice either of being captured, or of withdrawing to Lvov, about 40 miles from the Polish border.

Should Russian forces capture Kiev, and with it the present government, I should expect the present Kiev governmental leaders to be allowed to go into exile. The Russians would then find a suitably pro-Russian interim President and Prime Minister.

Should the Russians achieve their immediate objectives, a pro-Russian government in Kiev might face an anti-Russian government based on Lvov, which might in turn lead either to compromise or to a civil war in the (inland) west of the country, as the long-running civil war in the east comes to an end with victory for the Russians and pro-Russians.

Russia would control most of the electrical power output for the whole of Ukraine (and, of course, the supplies of natural gas).

The latest newspaper (Daily Mail) map seems to indicate that most military strategists are now completely in line with my own thinking:

The photograph below shows the motorway between Kharkov and Dnipro (former Dnepropetrovsk). Well up to European standards, and making transportation of tanks etc (either under their own power or on transporters) not difficult.

As noted in past blogs, Russian air power is overwhelming in theatre, the Kiev government controlling fewer than 100 fighters, as against several thousands of Russian fighters, as many as 1,500 of which may be effectively in theatre.

Russia is likely to have almost complete air superiority, thus protecting its ground (and naval) forces, themselves far more numerous and of higher quality than most of those of Ukraine.

The fact is, that the Kiev government has no chance of resisting for longer than a few weeks, at best. The volunteers and others preparing to resist invasion are being set up for defeat by their own government.

One can only hope that civilian casualties, and destruction in residential areas, can be kept to a low level.

Putin and his advisers can now be sure that the USA and allies in NATO will not be fighting in this “short war”. Russia has a clear field. As for the posturing of the likes of “Boris” Johnson and Liz Truss, I doubt whether that weighs even slightly in the Kremlin.

Was it Teddy Roosevelt who described diplomacy as the necessity to “speak softly but carry a big stick“? Whatever. Johnson and Truss have done the opposite, loudly reproving Putin, while very obviously having nothing with which to back up their bellicose words. Absurd. The Royal Navy etc cannot even defend the English Channel coast from non-white migrant-invaders!

Well, we should know within a few days whether any of the last-minute diplomacy and loud criticism of Putin can change anything. I doubt it. Everything (except the relatively mild weather) is in Russia’s favour now; this time next year, things may be far less favourable.

Rarely has an invasion, or incursion, or annexation, been so well signposted. The Russians have all but issued engraved invitations! I suppose that that is part of the psych war, or “hearts and minds”, to spread a feeling that the takeover is inevitable. After all, the Russians have such ground, air, and naval superiority that overall surprise is unnecessary even if it could be achieved.

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In principle, there is nothing wrong with “good healthcare, good education, skilled work and reliable transport“, but the devil is in the detail, of course. It is clear that the UK is short of all four at present.

Of course, Boris-idiot is all hot air.

There seem to be a lot of idiots around who imagine that a war with Russia would mean evacuating children, then shouldering a 1913 Lee-Enfield and preparing to repel boarders, or invaders, when not in the public bar of the local pub. A kind of Dad’s Army mentality.

Any war with Russia would devastate large areas of the USA, UK, and other states, as well as Russia. The UK would be hardest-hit, possibly all but annihilated, because of its small size and also because it contains a plethora of high-value targets: airfields, transport hubs, naval installations, early-warning stations etc. Russia is 72x the size of the UK.

Yes, Russian bases and cities would be wiped out, but so would most if not all UK cities. The USA might “only” lose its 100 most-populous cities. Would that be somehow acceptable? I think not. The USA may have greater destructive power than Russia, but you can only destroy a target once. Hitting it ten times over will accomplish nothing more.

The Western powers and Russia must come to the table, but that is only possible when Russia has secured its territorial integrity.

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“Against stupidity, the Gods themselves struggle in vain” [Schiller, die Jungfrau von Orleans].

[Dresden 1945, after Allied bombing and firestorm]

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A pretty typical response from the Jewish-lobby puppet now heading “the party formerly known as Labour”. This is exactly his idea of being an Opposition: “the Government is doing the right thing but should be doing it more“. Pathetic.

The point, though, is that Ukraine is not just “a country once open to Russia” but a country which was, for a thousand years, effectively one country with Russia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukraine#Golden_Age_of_Kyiv, albeit that the borders of kingdoms, principalities etc changed over the centuries.

See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Ukraine.

That New Statesman article is mendacious. The author is an extreme “Remainer” who wants the UK back in the EU, in the Eurozone, and even in an EU army: see https://order-order.com/people/jeremy-cliffe/.

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…and before very long, pointing out the above facts, and others, will actually be a criminal offence…

The British public has, in general, stopped believing in the “Black Death” virus, meaning in the System’s propaganda around “Covid”.

GB News is “controlled opposition”, and the same is true for that little b**-boy.

Jacinda Ardern all but admitting to her “globalist” ideological roots, which are the only reason she is able to pose as PM of New Zealand. She would love to impose a full-on NWO/ZOG dictatorship but cannot easily do that in a country with New Zealand’s democratic tradition, so uses the “panicdemic” as a battering-ram.

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I do not like watching or posting the sort of cruelty shown in that clip, but we cannot look the other way. The guilty must be sought out and punished, if not by the police and courts, then by people who care about animal welfare.

Canadians! You know what to do…

I wonder how many are heading for Tel Aviv?

As I suspected (and blogged): the Jewish regime in Kiev will be toppled, and will then relocate to Lvov (“Lviv”) if it can; the US Embassy is already relocating there, and all secret files and devices at the Kiev embassy have been destroyed.

I hope that the conquest of Kiev, Eastern Ukraine, and the Black Sea littoral, can be done as quickly and bloodlessly as possible.

…and take “them” (((them))) with you!

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Diary Blog, 5 February 2022

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[portrait by Vladimir Volegov]

On this day a year ago

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This week, I once again managed to beat political journalist John Rentoul, scoring 6/10 as against his 4/10. I did not know the answers to questions 3, 7, 8, and 9 (though in fact the only completely impossible question was no.3; the others I had heard of but could not bring to mind).

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What was that old rugby song? Ah, yes… “Get down, you Zulu WAR…rior“!

In any case, petitions are a waste of time, even more a waste of time than marching peacefully in the streets (almost always), voting (almost always), tweeting and, yes, blogging (usually).

Exactly what I have been saying on the blog for some time. Of course, the Jews want it all their way, as usual.

Aux armes, citoyens [canadiens]…”

The use of “Bolsheviks” is ahistorical, and unnecessary (despite the implied NWO/ZOG linkage), but the tweet is otherwise correct.

Another person who, in his well-meaning lack of full understanding, thinks that the problem lies with, in this case, Twitter office staff (or Facebook staff, or some newspaper people, or some MPs etc), rather than what might be called “Zionist Occupation Government” [ZOG] and the New World Order [NWO] agenda.

The same sort of well-meaning people often write that “Jews are only a religion” (etc)…

So far, few of those really responsible for such misery have been punished. A few have. Too few.

I agree, much as I despise the “Conservatives”. A Labour government would mean Jewish-lobby puppets Yvette Cooper and Rachel Reeves as Cabinet ministers. Nein danke!

A false choice between two packs of NWO/ZOG globalist puppets is no choice. No choice, no “democracy”.

How can that be “undone”? Discuss…

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Incredible. Since 1997 only!

China is now the decisive player on the world stage. The Russia-Ukraine situation shows that plainly.

The USA still has massive nuclear weapons destructive power, but is a colossus on legs of straw, “led”, officially, by a President who is plainly afflicted by old-age dementia.

Ukraine

Interesting analysis, much of which agrees with my own:

The above analysis goes astray towards the end, when it talks about a massive insurgency after an expected Russian victory and occupation. That analysis leaves out the fact that most of the potential Ukrainian insurgents fighting the potential Russian occupation forces would be west of the Dnieper.

I should not expect a continuing Russian occupation west of the Dnieper, except around Kiev and, also, on the Black Sea littoral.

The other factor not given full weight is Russian air power, not only missiles but also planes. Russia has a total of 3,000-4,000 (some estimates say 4,500) fighter aircraft alone (obviously not all on the “Ukrainian front”), whereas Ukraine is said to have about 67. Even if only a third of the Russian fighter strength (and at the lower total) were to be deployed to the relevant theatre, that would be 1,000 jet fighters against as few as 50 Ukrainian. 20 to 1…

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I cannot repost the whole thread (56 tweets) but it is interesting. I myself have no idea how accurate it is, and am unqualified to judge what is said, but have posted the above with the idea that others might be able to take it further.

Ferguson, in particular, should be sacked from all governmental and academic positions, and later put on trial.

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

Diary Blog, 28 January 2022

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Ukraine

Biden and the msm now saying that Russia may well invade Ukrainian territory “next month“. Well, that month starts next Tuesday. To my mind, as blogged previously, the longer Putin delays, the harder it will be. To minimize harm, the Russians must take Kiev and the whole area of Ukraine east of the Dnieper river. Russians are about a fifth of the population of the Ukraine anyway, and most of those Russians live in the eastern part, though many also live in other areas, especially in Odessa and in Kiev itself (which is between the eastern and western areas).

Should the Nordstream-2 pipeline be stopped from being completed, that will be an economic blow to Russia, but also a pretty big one to Germany and other states, causing energy prices to rocket further.

The Western (NWO) strategy seems to rest on the idea that Putin and his cohorts will weigh carefully any economic damage against the regaining of Ukrainian territory..

In fact, for Putin and most Russians, the economic sanctions etc will just be a painful experience but bearable, just one hardship out of many many hardships in Russian history. Such hardship weighs lightly as against the strategic necessity of preventing further NATO (NWO) incursion, and also the visceral feeling that Russia without at least Eastern Ukraine is incomplete. After all, let’s not forget that, out of 1,100 years of history, Ukraine has only had political independence for 30 years.

May the Russian strike, if (when) it comes, be swift and swiftly victorious, in order to minimize harm to all, especially the civilian population(s).

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Ah… I was unaware, specifically, that LBC is owned by Jews, though I assumed that that must be the case, the way the UK now is…

I had not heard of the particular one in question [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashley_Tabor-King], though I had heard of the father, who is or was a well-known bookmaker and gambler [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Tabor].

Griffin is right. To understand all this (and more), you have to forget the illusion of a “British” government doing its best (competently or otherwise) for the British people. Its loyalty lies elsewhere, with the secretive cabals and ruling circles.

Look at idiots such as “Boris”, Nadine Dorries, Sajid Javid, Gove, Liz Truss etc; in the past such jokes as Ann Widdecombe, to name just one out of dozens, hundreds. These are not the “rulers” but their drones; the monkeys, not the organ-grinders.

The aim of the real rulers behind the Western throne(s) is to build up North America and the Pacific Rim (especially China), while keeping Europe down and turning its population black-brown (mixed): the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan.

That is why the “British” government is now impoverishing the British people, first by its 2 years of (supposedly) “anti-Covid” lockdowns, shutdowns, mask-wearing nonsense, fake “vaccination” nonsense etc. Secondly, by provoking Russia in general, and now particularly over Ukraine, which will send the cost of energy, including home heating sky-high.

They do not care about that, and in fact are just about to raise “National Insurance” (tax), and keep cutting useful public spending while continuing to waste huge amounts on “Covid” nonsense. The people are being conditioned to accept permanently-lower living standards.

Meanwhile, the “British” government promotes mass immigration, including the cross-Channel migration-invasion (though that is the least of it). They are encouraging Africans and others to come here in their millions. They have invited 5 million Hong Kong Chinese to move here.

“Our” government is now our enemy. What about “the party formerly known as Labour”? Even worse…

Andrew Windsor

Seems that the person formerly known as Prince (Andrew) is probably going to request a civil jury in the case brought against him by one of the victims of the Jew Epstein. To my mind, this is a strategy unlikely to succeed. I am still nominally an attorney at the New York Bar, though I have never practised law in that state (I passed the exam 32 years ago), but my view about this matter comes more from my knowledge of Americans themselves.

Andrew Windsor is on the wrong side tactically: British, as against his accuser, an American. A man as against a woman, in a generally feministic part of the world. An older man as against a younger woman. An hereditary foreign “royal” as against a US-born-and-bred US citizen. Very wealthy, as against someone without inherited wealth, and brought up in either a “trailer” or a very modest house.

Does Andrew Windsor really think that a civil jury in New York City will be on his side? Maybe this is a tactic to gain time while his lawyers find out how much the lady’s price might be. A great deal more than the rent of a Manhattan apartment and a free seat on a private jet, anyway.

My continually-updated blog about the scandal: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/08/11/the-jew-epstein-and-prince-andrew-the-british-royal-family-has-another-scandal-maybe-its-time-to-just-get-rid-of-them/.

Robert Jenrick

I knew that pro-Israel MP Robert Jenrick is married to a Jewish woman (indeed, an Israeli citizen), and that their children are being brought up according to Jewish rites and traditions, but what I did not know, though I suspected (from his attitudes, marriage, and circle of acquaintanceship) is that Jenrick himself is part-Jewish: https://www.jewishnews.co.uk/jenrick-tells-mps-of-jewish-zionist-wife-death-threat-letter/. I had no concluded view on the matter. Now it seems that he has referred to it, though —arguably— ambiguously.

A stray thought in these turbulent times

And rival storms abroad are surging
From sea to land, from land to sea.
A chain of deepest action forging
Round all, in wrathful energy.
There flames a desolation, blazing
Before the Thunder’s crashing way:
Yet, Lord, Thy messengers are praising
The gentle movement of Thy Day.

[Goethe, from the Prologue in Heaven at the beginning of Faust].

The stars in their courses fight on the side of the just” [ancient Chinese proverb].

On this day a year ago

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I myself had never even heard of “Adele” until about 2015, if not later. Even then, I had never heard any of her stuff until a few days ago, when I briefly heard her howling (I think that that is the right word) on TV.

Admittedly, and as a (trendy?) C of E vicar told me on Twitter several years ago, I am sometimes “a bit out of the cultural loop” when it comes to popular culture. I would also not recognise other well-known artistes or their stuff, such as Coldplay, though I have read the names of such groups occasionally. I had never even heard of (or seen) the names “Ant and Dec” until someone mentioned them to me in 2006 or 2007 [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant_%26_Dec].

I am told that Adele does not always howl. Well, perhaps. I concede that that is quite possible, having only heard about 20 seconds from her.

London (zoo)

First case:

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/amina-faye-johnson-baby-died-abuse-parents-benjamin-oshea-naomi-johnson-b979427.html

Irish tinker “traveller” and a black woman, imprisoned for terrible cruelty to their own baby (who died, i.e. was killed) and another child.

Out in 3-4 years.

Another case: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/crossbow-terror-uxbridge-ramdeen-delivery-driver-shooting-b979345.html

Schizophrenic black shot two pedestrians with a crossbow…

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They will provide good homes for fish (like artificial reefs) once they are at the bottom of the Black Sea.

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Diary Blog, 27 January 2022

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[Dresden, 1945, after Allied bombing]

Ukraine

This situation has been building up for years. There was an understanding, when the Soviet Union collapsed or, more accurately, faded away, that NATO would not expand its membership or operations.

NATO, after all, only existed in the first place as a solidification of the Western alliance of the Second World War, and then only because of the massive Soviet military presence both in the western Soviet Union itself and also in Eastern and Central Europe: the “Pribaltika” (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania), Poland, the DDR/East Germany, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and, until 1955, Austria (the last foreign troops occupying Austria left in 1955). NATO was established in 1949, the Warsaw Pact in 1955 (after West Germany joined NATO). See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Pact.

The USA (really NWO) also established the South East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) on the other side of the Eurasian landmass.

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After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Warsaw Pact ceased to exist (formally in 1991, but in reality from 1989-90).

There was an opportunity in the early 1990s for a real partnership between the West and the former Soviet Union, but it failed for several reasons: among others, the wish for nominal “independence” on the part of areas that had been part of the Soviet Union and, before then, the Russian Empire; the wish on the part of “Western” companies, law firms etc to exploit Russian and other people and resources; a wish on the part of the NWO to rule Russia, in effect; the collaboration of Jew “oligarchs” with the “Western” gameplan in the Yeltsin era.

The Confederation of Independent States [“CIS”] was, unfortunately, blown apart by the combination of post-Soviet nationalism(s) (in Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia etc) and the infiltration of American military activities into the newly-independent states around Russia.

Some of the former satellites (Poland etc), were keen to join NATO after their experience of Soviet occupation, and effective Soviet rule, over many decades.

NATO has, since the 1980s, got involved in South-Central Asia, the Middle East etc. Far from its original geographical area and purpose. It is the NWO battering-ram.

We have seen NATO “pushing the envelope” over recent years; not only in Ukraine, but in Georgia and elsewhere. However, things have now progressed to the point at which Russia cannot accept more encroachment.

The Soviet Union had an ideology of world domination, albeit muted in latter decades. It was a serious danger to Western Europe. Russia now has no such ideology, and is basically defensive. It poses no danger to Western Europe, unless constantly provoked.

The USA is now beefing up the forces of the Kiev government, so Russia would be advised to strike earlier rather than later.

Interesting article

There should be an institute, similar to SS-Ahnenerbe but focussed more on the future rather than (only) on the historical and prehistorical past, to examine all such questions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahnenerbe.

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On this day a year ago

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[Jaguar diving and swimming to catch fish, Brazil]

I am, by synchronous co-incidence, just re-reading one of Bentine’s memoirs, The Door Marked Summer. I did have a couple of other books by him, but they were lost, along with most of my 2,000+-book library, when I returned, unwillingly, to the UK from France in 2009.

An interesting character, whom I recall seeing on TV in the early 1970s. A man of many parts, and many talents, though with a few obsessions and, in some respects, narrowness of view. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Bentine.

One of Bentine’s most interesting recounted experiences was when he and his father accompanied someone (obviously some kind of occult initiate) to a hidden place in a Kent wood at night, not long before the Second World War, and where they were greeted by the entire realm of Nature present, animals, birds, insects, and plants.

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Great. Let’s invite 5 million Hong Kong Chinese to come and live in Britain. Oh, no, wait…

The invaders are now using larger and better-equipped boats.

I always thought of Canada as a “free” country…not now. Is there no-one who can rid the country of that global-conspiracy puppet?

Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan: see https://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2018/12/10/tv-ads-and-soaps-are-the-propaganda-preferred-by-the-system-in-the-uk/.

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Was interested to see the proportion of facemask-wearers at Waitrose in the early evening. About 20%. The facemask nonsense has had its time in the sun, at least until what passes for a government in the UK finds an excuse to re-impose the nonsense.

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Diary Blog, 25 January 2022

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On this day a year ago

NHS failures killed young girl

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/girl-6-dies-after-doctors-25982037

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Ukraine

I read that the USA leadership has put 8,500 troops on standby, for whatever that may mean. If they are sent to Kiev, it will cast down the gauntlet to Putin, and he will have little choice but to pick it up. An American occupation force, even one of 8,500, could not be ignored.

If American and Russian forces engage in direct combat, anything could happen.

Of course, “Boris”-idiot is playing the poodle, but is not taken seriously, except by the Express, Sun, and other pleb-level propaganda “newspapers”. His “warnings” to Putin carry about as much weight as anything else he might say, on any subject.

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He was right.

When driving through the Belgian part of the Ardennes in 2001 (en route from Turkey to the UK), I stayed in a small hotel-restaurant (just a large house) in a remote area. My wife and I were the only guests and, that evening, the only diners.

Our room was that actually used by Patton during the Battle of the Bulge. It overlooked a lawn and beyond that, trees. The whole area is heavily-forested.

I had no idea when I stopped the car at what was a convenient-seeming place to stay overnight, that it had that historical association. Just fortuitous. See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Bulge.

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Madmen

https://www.hampshirechronicle.co.uk/news/19868945.winchester-become-city-sanctuary-asylum-seekers-refugees/

Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad“…

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Never has Boris-idiot’s am-dram Churchill impression seemed more ludicrous.

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[the Mill Colonnade, Karlovy Vary (former Carlsbad)]

Diary Blog, 23 January 2022

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I once drove, or was driven, through the area featured, from East to West. 1988.

A preserved part of the border between Thuringia and Bavaria.

In politics and geopolitics, nothing is for ever…

Food-price inflation

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jan/22/were-pricing-the-poor-out-of-food-in-the-uk-thats-why-im-launching-my-own-price-index

Worth reading.

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There is a definite current of such Coudenhove-Kalergi propaganda being spread now in the msm.

Perhaps Liz Truss should strap the mummified carcass of Madame Thatcher to a tank, and send it out to vanquish the enemy, as was done with El Cid on his horse at the end of the eponymous film!

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We in Europe must not fight these people, but join with them to create a better world against the plans of both the NWO and China.

Rather topical…

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A general without troops is naked indeed“… The effective size of UK forces is very small now. The rest is embarrassingly hollow political posturing by pygmies such as Boris-idiot and Liz Truss. Farcical.

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That was especially apparent in 2020. I myself had one —brief— argument with a bloody ch…I mean Chinese…student of some kind, and stormed out of at least one shop where the assistant, for once in her miserable life, had the power to order the customer around (she thought).

Those tweets are still behind the curve. There will probably be no need for outright compulsion. It will just be made increasingly hard to live on anything beyond a down-and-out level without the “digital passport”, which will before too long be in the form of an implanted microchip.

Think how most people in the UK and other advanced countries now live. It is not compulsory to have personal Internet access, or debit/credit cards, or a mobile telephone. It is just that life is increasingly difficult without them.

I recall, years ago, circa 2007, asking whether I might pay for a business hotel (already booked by card) because I had a superfluity of cash at the time, and being told I could use cash, but only if I both showed ID and paid a deposit (I think £100 or £50) in cash upfront. Now? Maybe cash is not even accepted; I rarely, practically never, stay in hotels these days (15 years ago, I probably spent about half of the month in hotels).

That is how the microchipped population will be created, not by force but by guile, and because convenience will trump freedom.

Yes, mere weeks ago even the egregious “Covid criminal”, Professor Ferguson, was still being respectfully listened to by BBC drones as he predicted hundreds of thousands of dying (from Omicron, Delta etc) patients would swamp the NHS. In fact, the hospitals are half-empty in many areas.

Strange to think that that boy, aged 13 in the photo, would eventually have been Tsar of all the Russias, had both he and Tsarism itself survived the brutal onslaught of Bolshevism. He was murdered just before his 14th birthday.

The grande luxe cars of that era certainly had style.

Only 121 years ago; to me, it might be in the era of Drake and Raleigh, except perhaps for the smokestack on a ship in the distance..

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Panicdemic…

“and none dare call it conspiracy“…

Would any sane country allow itself to be invaded and swamped by untermenschen of that sort?

How long before 99% of the population is microchipped?

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