On this day a year ago
He pleaded poverty…
Seems that the vindictive Jew-Zionist propagandist, Simon Wiesenthal, owned a watch now valued (partly, no doubt, by reason of his having owned it) at £400,000.
Ironic. Wiesenthal presented himself as living in modest circumstances in Vienna, reliant on various minor (it seems now maybe not so minor) income streams (including a stipend from the Israeli external intelligence org, MOSSAD).
Indeed, the thriller writer Frederick Forsyth portrayed Wiesenthal as rather down-at-heel in his, Forsyth’s, book, The Odessa File.
Forsyth was, perhaps still is, very pro-Jew and pro-Israel. It must have puzzled him when his Jew financial adviser, one Roger Levitt, cleaned him out sometime in the early 1990s: see https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/levitt-company-riddled-with-fraud-court-told-that-books-were-rigorously-cooked-to-show-pounds-13m-loss-as-profit-1503774.html. See also https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-1540071/Oh-no-Look-whos-back-in-business.html
Almost like an “antisemitic trope”…
In fact, Wiesenthal’s lies have often been exposed even by System-friendly scribblers and historians (and even Jewish ones): see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Wiesenthal#Autobiographical_inconsistencies.
I suppose that it is unlikely that Alison Chabloz will be inclined to write a new song about it all, now that she has been imprisoned —again— for lampooning Jewish behaviour. Pity.
The “Wiesenthal watch” is a Patek Philippe, the so-called “Rolls-Royce of watches”. They do keep their value well. I knew of a couple of such watches sold by the writer and diplomat Miguel Serrano [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miguel_Serrano], who was very friendly with a London-based friend of mine.
Serrano wanted to sell a couple of Patek Philippe watches at (if I remember aright) Sotheby’s. I cannot now recall exactly when that was, either late 1980s or early 1990s. I think late 80s.
One of the watches had been given to Serrano by Indira Gandhi [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indira_Gandhi]. Serrano had been Indira Gandhi’s lover (while he was in India as Ambassador, from 1957), though that fact is absent from Wikipedia etc. Serrano himself made no great secret of the liaison, at least to trusted friends, and was apparently invited to Indira Gandhi’s funeral after her assassination.
I cannot recall now how much the watches fetched at auction; many thousands, and perhaps over £20,000. A lot, bearing in mind that this was over 30 years ago.
The watches were left in the keeping of my friend, who showed them to me; she put them up for auction for Serrano, who was still in Chile.
Serrano later came to London, collected the proceeds of sale, and spent £5,000 on a painting by Hitler, one of several also up for auction at that time. I might have been introduced to Serrano, but either I was out of the country, or other matters got in the way. At any rate, I never did meet him.
“Bank of England’s new doom-laden warning for the economy: Unemployment will rise, inflation will hit TEN PERCENT and post-Covid growth will stagnate – as interest rates rise AGAIN to a 13-year high of 1%.”
I am sure that most readers of this blog will not need to be told that the above has not been caused by Putin or his invasion of Ukraine, but by the nearly two years of ridiculous “Covid” restrictions, and the “free money” (supposed) giveaways (“furlough” payments, massive fraud, cash for cronies, “eat out to help out”, business “loans” etc).
The situation is made far worse now by the UK’s (and others’) sanctions regime aimed at Russia.
Britain should have loosely joined with Russia years ago, in return for cost-price gas and the defusing of the arms race.
Still, this might be the time for which social-nationalists have been waiting, if a credible and effective social-national movement emerges. So far, not; just ineffective and almost ludicrous little organizations, without weight, numbers, money, or credibility.
Run, rabbit, run…
I believe that I may have identified one particularly elusive (((troll))). We shall see.
Late tweets seen