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Diary Blog, 5 July 2022

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[Lazienkowskaya Palace, Warsaw]

On this day a year ago

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There are still a lot of rather silly, though not always elderly, people, who have decided to adopt the facemask nonsense as a kind of security blanket.

The “refugees welcome” idiots are yet another group or tribe in the UK, Ireland etc, who prefer a mental security blanket to the truth. This wish for comforting illusions is a cancer of the age.

Once-“liberal” Holland…Another “ZOG” (Zionist Occupation Government) pretending to be a “democracy”.

Mass shootings etc

I have seen on Twitter etc, the usual rash of tweets and articles saying that the USA should ban or further restrict weapons available to the public. Without getting into the detail of that, one should note that many of the “ban guns now” tweets come from the UK, which has a very different history, geography, and society to the USA. Many people in the USA live in suburbs or country some distance from immediate police assistance.

Be that as it may, I thought to repost part of a blog post first posted over three years ago, after the Brenton Tarrant attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, having seen that it attracted a few clicks today: see below:

Firearms

There are many mass shootings in the world. The USA alone seems to have one on a weekly if not daily basis (and those are only the ones which are reported heavily). The anti-gun lobby focusses on ease of access in the USA, New Zealand etc. Obviously, if a disturbed (or other) person cannot acquire firearms, then he cannot shoot people; he can, however, stab them, blow them up, drive at them etc.

Firearms events have more victims, usually. Having said that, one could say “ban cars, because some people misuse them”, to which the answer would no doubt come, “people need cars, they don’t need guns”. Well, true, though still arguable. It all depends on where society decides to draw the line. In the UK, since the late 1990s, it has been almost impossible to own lawfully-held firearms (except shotguns and, in some cases, certain types of hunting rifle). That was not always the case.

“Members of the public may own sporting rifles and shotguns, subject to licensing, but handguns were effectively banned after the Dunblane school massacre in 1996 with the exception of Northern Ireland. Dunblane was the UK’s first and only school shooting. There has been one spree killing since Dunblane, the Cumbria shootings in June 2010, which involved a shotgun and a .22 calibre rifle, both legally-held. Prior to Dunblane though, there had only been one mass shooting carried out by a civilian in the entire history of Great Britain, which took place in Hungerford on 19 August 1987.” [Wikipedia]

Note that. In the entire history of Great Britain there have only been three mass shootings, yet the government took the opportunity to ban most firearms (at which time there had only been two such events in British history), and did so with the apparent agreement of a majority, probably high, of the general public, most of whom know nothing about firearms, have never so much as seen one (other than on TV), and who were stampeded by the publicity around the 1996 Dunblane school murders.

At one time, there was little regulation of firearms in the UK:

Following the assassination of William of Orange in 1584 with a concealed wheellock pistol, Queen Elizabeth I, fearing assassination by Roman Catholics, banned possession of wheellock pistols in England near a royal palace in 1594.[73] There were growing concerns in the 16th century over the use of guns and crossbows. Four acts were imposed to restrict their use in England and Wales.[74]

The Bill of Rights restated the ancient rights of the people to bear arms by reinstating the right of Protestants to have arms after they had been illegally disarmed by James II. It follows closely the Declaration of Rights made in Parliament in February 1689.[75] The Bill of Rights text declares that “That the Subjects which are Protestants may have Arms for their Defence suitable to their Conditions and as allowed by Law”.” [Wikipedia]

British common law applied to the UK and Australia, and until 1791 to the colonies in North America that became the United States. The right to keep and bear arms had originated in England during the reign of Henry II with the 1181 Assize of Arms, and developed as part of common law.”

Starting in 1903, there were restrictions placed on purchase of certain firearms (mainly pistols), subsequent Acts of 1920, 1937, 1968 and 1988 tightening the law in other respects too.

It is worth noting that, following the two 1997 Acts, which effectively banned private possession of handguns (pistols and revolvers) and required surrender of thus-affected weapons, 57,000 people (0.1% of the population) handed in 162,000 weapons and 700 tons of ammunition! In other words, one maniac with a few weapons became the trigger (so to speak) for a law which affected at least 57,000 people all of whom had held and used their weapons peacefully until then!

I personally was not affected by the ban, though I was at one time (mid 1970s/mid 1980s) a member of the Kensington Rifle and Pistol Club in London. In the UK and/or other countries, I have fired a variety of weapons, including the 7.62 R-1 automatic/semi-auto rifle (there was a switch on the side), semi-automatic pistols including the 9mm Browning Hi-Power and numerous others in .32 and .22 calibre, and also revolvers such as the Colt .32, .38 and .357 Magnum, and have handled (overseas and mostly long ago, again in the 1970s and 1980s) others, such as the famous Uzi submachinegun and some Warsaw Pact automatic weapons. Despite that, I am not in fact particularly interested in firearms  (or any weapons) and, even in the unlikely event of the 1997 Acts being repealed, would probably not bother to join a gun club. As far as shotguns are concerned, I have used them in Ireland and in England (in England only for clay pigeon, because I disapprove of shooting birds and animals for sport or “fun”). I myself have never privately owned any firearm.

I doubt that many people now even know that there used to be public ranges in England, where for a small fee, people could take their own weapons and fire them. I went once (in 1976) to the one at Dartford (Kent), quite near what was then a (disused?) mental hospital. Now the area is probably either a housing development or perhaps might be the present Dartford Clay Shooting Club, which (I just saw on Google) seems to be at or near the same location (it is not an area that I know, though).

Most British people have never fired nor even seen a firearm and that does tend to colour their reaction.

In the USA, things are of course very different. The old English Common Law right to bear arms is written into the U.S. Constitution, though muddied by the famous words about “a well-regulated militia” etc. Leaving aside the legal and quasi-theological arguments revolving around that Amendment, it always seemed to me when I lived there (in New Jersey) that it was odd for many American states to require people to have a licence to own or at least drive a car, but not a pistol, shotgun or something even more dangerous.

In the UK, people tend to say, “look at the USA: easy ownership of guns and a massacre every week!”, but that has to be set against the fact that tens and probably hundreds of millions of Americans own firearms. Probably the vast majority have never received even the most basic training. True, there are huge numbers of crimes committed with firearms in the USA, but simply banning guns (as in some other countries) is a simplistic solution which might leave American citizens helpless. Societies differ. I met an American lady, a blonde with startlingly blue eyes, in the Caribbean. She said that she had a large silver-plated automatic pistol (I forget the marque), which she kept under her pillow. I never got to see it, by the way!

As far as New Zealand is concerned, its gun ownership laws were lax compared to the UK or even Australia, but huge numbers of New Zealanders (about 5% of the population, 250,000 out of 5 million) own at least one weapon. New Zealand is a country about 10% larger than the UK but with only about 5 million inhabitants. Much of the country is rural. There had never been a massacre there such as the one recently perpetrated in Christchurch by Brenton Tarrant.

Worth reposting, I think.

For the full post, see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/03/25/the-new-zealand-attack-and-related-matters/

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I have already said, on previous blog posts, what I think of that twerp, Vine. The cretinous interjection of the bimbo at the end of the clip really said it all, though. Brainwashed on the one hand, getting no doubt very well paid for spouting the approved propaganda line on the other.

Time for a reverse-Windrush; a whole fleet of them, in fact.

The Poundland Churchill, “second time as farce“…

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Diary Blog, 21 June 2022, including thoughts about Lithuania, Kaliningradskaya Oblast (former Königsberg region) and NATO

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On this day a year ago

Lithuania, Kaliningrad, and the NWO/ZOG push for war with Russia

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10934333/Russia-warns-actions-against-NATO-member-Lithuania-blocking-sanctioned-goods.html

Here we see the weakness of a structure such as NATO.

One for all and all for one” (the motto of The Three Musketeers) sounds very gallant, and does provide a member-state with greater security (knowing that all members will pitch in if only one is attacked), but has this weakness: that if a member-state, even a tiny and (dare one say?) insignificant one, picks a quarrel with a neighbouring state (however large and powerful that neighbouring state may be), and if, as a result, the large neighbouring state then takes military action against the little state, all NATO members are obliged to take arms against that large and notionally “aggressor” state, despite the fact that it is the little member-state that has caused the problem.

I do not want to be too hard on the Lithuanians, who suffered much under Sovietism, and during the Second World War, and who were helpless victims of great-power strategic moves during much of the 20th Century, but this latest action by the Lithuanian government could trigger a third world war if allowed to get out of control.

It is also, from the point-of-view of Lithuanian self-interest, an action of stunning stupidity. After all, should NATO and Russia fight in that region, even using conventional weapons, which country is likely to be flattened first? Quite…

Or was this Lithuanian action the result of orders from secret sources in Washington and/or London?

We have been here, in a sense, before. On 1 March 1939, the governments of France and Britain gave “guarantee” to the government of Poland, pledging to “support” Poland, were Poland to be attacked: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Polish_alliance#British_assurance_to_Poland.

That “guarantee” was in fact worthless: “The British Chiefs of Staff at the time however noted that ‘we could give no direct help by land, sea or air’.” [Wikipedia, citing History Today].

Nonetheless, a mere 5 months after the proffering of the worthless “guarantee”, and when Germany invaded Poland in September 1939, Britain and France declared war on the German Reich despite not being able to assist the Polish government in any practical way.

Stupidity, or malice? At any rate, thus began the Second World War. As for Poland, instead of being invaded and badly damaged once, in 1939 (invaded by Germany from the west, and the Soviet Union from the east), it was later also a battleground in 1944, as Soviet forces pushed west into Central Europe.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaliningrad; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%B6nigsberg; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO; and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithuania (Lithuania is almost exactly half the size of England, or between a quarter and a third of the size of the whole UK, but has only 2.8M people).

I wish not to see Europe, including the UK, devastated by a third massive war, and on an even more destructive scale, but it seems that the political puppets of the NWO/ZOG matrix have other ideas.

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I have no idea what the circumstances were, but the tweeter has a point. There are too many jobsworths, too many compromisers, and too many people all too ready, for careerist reasons, to kow-tow to the forces of Evil (posing as the Good), as I remarked yesterday with reference to the fact that not one barrister helped me or gave one word of support when I was (not only wrongfully, but actually unlawfully) disbarred in late 2016: as to that, see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/09/the-slide-of-the-english-bar-and-uk-society-continues-and-accelerates/.

Interesting health test

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jun/20/balancing-on-one-leg-useful-health-test-later-life-research.

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Bar the odd minute or two, same with me.

There are exceptions, of course, but speaking in broad-brush terms, the blacks cannot create a civilization, cannot maintain one without help and guidance (look at the former colonies) and, all too often, cannot even live in one without being a destructive or nuisance element in society.

“Boris”-idiot runs the government of this country in a shambolic, inept, and corrupt way, just like some fraudulent, Levantine, part-Jew, part-Turk. Why is that? Oh, no, wait…

As for that weird little Jew, Fabricant, if his claim that he was once some kind of SIS agent (or officer? Surely not?!) is correct, then it does tend to support the view that “British Intelligence” is unfit for purpose.

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Diary Blog, 17 June 2022, including thoughts about Ukraine and the EU

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I remember that black-and-white Robinson Crusoe from about 1965, when I was 8 years old. A different world.

On this day a year ago

Ukraine and EU

One of the more ludicrous items of news yesterday was to the effect that Ukraine would probably be fast-tracked for EU membership and in the interim, be given some kind of candidate-member status.

Jesus H. Christ! It was not very long ago that people were lamenting the fact that Greece had been allowed to join the EC, forerunner of the EU, in 1981. Many had said at the time that Greece was too backward, and insufficiently stable economically. Those doubts resurfaced in 2001 when Greece joined the Eurozone.

Similar doubts were raised when most of the Eastern European states joined the EU less than twenty years ago.

Indeed, those of my sort of age (65) can recall the wranglings over whether the UK itself could or should join the EEC, as it then was, in 1973.

Now we see that Ukraine, a “failed state” (and failed economy) by most if not all standards, is going to be fast-tracked into the EU despite the fact that

  • Ukraine is actually, if not “legally”, at war with a neighbouring state, Russia, and may soon be in conflict also with Belarus;
  • Ukraine has lost about a fifth of its territory to that neighbouring state and/or separatist rebels;
  • Ukraine is almost a dictatorship, with most opposition parties banned, and leaders of some parties under arrest;
  • Ukraine has just lost the bulk of its heavy industry (which is or was located in the Donbass region or the Sea of Azov littoral);
  • Ukraine cannot export 90% of its agricultural produce;
  • Ukraine is only kept in the “war” because NATO states, and other states, are supplying it with arms, ammunition etc for free;
  • A substantial part of the population has fled beyond Ukrainian borders.

I suppose that what this once again proves is that the EU is primarily not an economic organization but a political project, part of the NWO/ZOG matrix.

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I am very glad that I resisted “invitations” from NHS drones and the State to get the “vaccine(s)”.

…and a small group of “entrepreneur” con-men (and women), connected to the Conservative Party, have made hundreds of millions each out of it (out of the British people).

Julian Assange, a prisoner of conscience, sacrificed on the altar of the non-existent “Special Relationship” (a one-way control mechanism), and at the urging of the USA (NWO/ZOG) and the Israel lobby in the UK (Jews, mainly).

The migration-invasion continues. Hundreds of the bastards daily.

I wonder how many “hosts” (the men, that is) had it in mind to “host” the kind of glamorous blonde Ukrainian women that I knew in the past (one of whom I hit with a tennis ball on the bottom when she was bending over to retrieve another ball); [see earlier blog posts].

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[the Feldgrau relax in France, 1940]
[Tiger tanks, 1943]
[Wehrmacht in Albania, WW2]

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Jailed for 20 years” meaning 5 years apiece on average, so out in about 2 years. They should have been shot while trying to escape.

“… and at that moment, 20 heavily-armed Spetsnaz commandos burst in and shot them.” [in a better world].

…but the cost of the “scamdemic” (measures taken) is certainly real!

Corrupt Jew tyrant meets part-Jew would-be tyrant.

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[Berlin, Reichskanzlei, 1945]

Diary Blog, 15 June 2022

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On this day a year ago

Britain 2022

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/heroic-woman-pelts-sex-predator-27232121

Read that report and then look at the sentence— 3 years, very lenient for what the defendant actually did— meaning that the defendant will be out in 18 months, and possibly earlier.

Why are such untermenschen even in this country, even in Europe? Unnecessary, unwanted, and —at best— useless.

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I have seen Ukraine develop as a “fake state” and indeed “failed state” over the past 30 years. There were even strong possibilities, ~23 years ago, that I might spend time there (maybe two years or longer, in Kiev and/or Odessa and/or elsewhere).

Ukraine, a “state” for only 30 years, has been a festering mess of corruption and shambolic maladministration. Also, very much exploited by Jewish interests.

As it now is, Ukraine has control over only —about— three-quarters of its territory, and over about half of its 1990’s population. It has little manufacturing industry still operating, its agricultural produce cannot be exported, and it is almost entirely dependent on American and other foreign aid.

The Jesuit Order has captured the Papacy: see https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/10/14/diary-blog-14-october-2021/.

Alison Chabloz

I have received no news about Alison Chabloz, but note that the custodial part of her unjust sentence (for having lampooned supposedly-typical Jewish behaviour in cartoons, animations, and humorous song) comes to an end on 29 June 2022, exactly 2 weeks from today.

[Alison Chabloz, singer-songwriter and satirist]

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[German tanks advance near Kursk, 1943]

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What happened to Ireland? The IRA and Sinn Fein may have been a movement I mostly opposed in the 1970s and 1980s, but it seems that the Irish are now completely supine, ground down under the heel of, almost unbelievably, a gay half-Indian puppet of the New World Order and Zionist Occupation Government [NWO/ZOG].

Can nothing be done?…

Comment perhaps superfluous…

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Diary Blog, 6 June 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Anyone who thinks that “Boris”-idiot gives a monkey’s flying **** for Ukraine or its people is sadly mistaken. This is all about “Boris” once more trying to play the poundland Churchill (“...second time as farce“) in response to his sharply-waning popularity in the UK.

Of course, it all meshes with the NWO strategy of weakening and eventually capturing Russia. The NWO nearly succeeded in doing that in the 1990s, when Russia was all but taken over by a pack of “oligarch” Jews, with drunken idiot Yeltsin as figurehead. Putin was the imperfect but necessary antidote to that slide into the gutter.

If a general NATO-Russia war happens, sooner or later Britain will be the first to be hit by nuclear missiles. Forget about whether Russia will also be hit, or the USA.

The fact is that a geographically small space like the UK has no chance in such a scenario. Pretty much the whole country will be either destroyed or badly damaged, and mostly irradiated.

What will all the pseudo-macho posturers on Twitter, and the thick-as-two-short planks MPs (such as Johnny Mercer) do then? Cry into their beer (if any beer still exists) as their homes, families, and cities are wiped out? As their whole way of life disappears in minutes…

This is at least as mad as the rush to war in 1914 or 1939.

“They” (((they))) (you-know-who’s) are among the most fervent of the warmongers. Again.

Economic growth” will come to a dead stop once Russian missiles hit this country… Almost everything else will do the same.

Since when did “defending Ukraine“, a state which has only existed as such for 30 years, a state with which Britain has no treaties of importance, a country with which Britain has had almost no connection historically, count as a core British interest?

Gove, that snivelling little cocaine-sniffer, drunk, fraudster, and expenses freeloader, is just another Westminster puppet of the NWO and ZOG.

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[Volegov, Among the Roses]

I happened to notice that that concerto was recorded at Kingsway Hall in Central London [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingsway_Hall].

When I returned to the UK after a youthful extended visit to Rhodesia in 1977, I found myself at a loose end. I did odd bits and pieces of work here and there. One such, I think in 1978, involved working (usually humping around heavy equipment) for a few days here, a few days there, arranged by a casual-labour company. A few days were spent carrying around recording equipment in metal cases for the EMI record company, based in Abbey Road Studios, St. John’s Wood, only about 15 mins walk from my then home. I too have often crossed that zebra crossing made famous by the Beatles…

Kingsway Hall was prized for its superb acoustics. EMI often used it. In fact, I myself owned at least one record (vinyl) recorded there (in 1975), arguably the best interpretation of Prokofiev’s 7th Symphony (London Symphony Orchestra, cond. Walter Weller).

Many famous people had been at Kingsway Hall since its construction in the late 19thC: world-famous composers, conductors, and soloists, even Winston Churchill.

In 1978, the building must have been already in a very poor state of repair: various parts of the auditorium (and all of the upper seating areas) had notices warning people not to step there. It was not open to the public, for health and safety reasons.

The building was demolished in 1998; an expensive hotel now stands on the site.

[1940s: Witold Małcużyński playing Chopin; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witold_Ma%C5%82cu%C5%BCy%C5%84ski]

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I have not commented on the recent public celebrations, which after all were both a show for the masses and an example of “Hamlet without the Prince of Denmark”, the Monarch herself having been largely absent.

You still have people, including scribblers for major newspapers, talking as if we are still in the age of Palmerston, or even Walpole. In strict constitutional theory, true— Britain is not “presidential” in its constitutional structure but, in reality, “the medium is the message” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_medium_is_the_message] because the TV is really all that matters politically to 90% of the voting public.

“Boris” is, of course, idiotic, but there he is, bobbing around, a massive inflated dummy, like those huge caricature balloon heads or effigies you see in foreign religious or other parades.

The system Britain now is is at least quasi-presidential, in effect.

11 possibilities mentioned by name; over half are part-Jewish, or Indian, or Pakistani, by origin.

All, I think, are members of Conservative Friends of Israel.

Seems that even members of the Conservative Party are rather underwhelmed by the “choice”, looking at those figures. Even the most popular is only endorsed by 12% of those asked.

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..and, absurdly, NHS hospitals are still enforcing the facemask nonsense.

Manchester zoo…

Remove her.

From what I saw in a few big UK and US law firms ~25 years ago, HR is full of crazed women (in the UK as well as US). Whether that is the norm, I cannot say. Not unlikely, though.

I was listening on BBC Radio 4 News earlier to a vox pop tour of Harrogate, Yorkshire. Some of those who backed “Boris”-idiot must share a single brain cell with several others. Ordinary voters. Frighteningly thick.

As for those hostile to Boris-idiot, it was all about Partygate, not about the mass immigration that this government has in reality encouraged, not about the Poundland Churchill, “Boris”, provoking Russia more every week that passes, not even about the cost of living situation. “And they call it democracy”…

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[15thC stone bridge, Yalding, Kent]

Diary Blog, 3 June 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Very strange. Is there a concerted purpose behind this?

Looking back now, it is clear that a major factor in the last two years or so of “panicdemic” was a mass psychological experiment, and on a huge scale across the world, with the intention not only of seeing how far the masses could be pushed, but of conditioning those masses to accept the most ridiculous strictures, such as the facemask nonsense, the “social distancing” nonsense etc. At what point would the masses say “this is just stupid…and I am not doing it!“?

Most never did. They obediently lined up, six feet apart, masks on, in order to buy bread, even when later (in the UK), the “rules” and fake “laws” were adjusted so that those stupid “rules” applied in the supermarket, but not in the pub across the road! Yet still 90%+ of the sheep complied, and even failed to see how ridiculous the whole thing was. Indeed, those who did protest online did so on the basis that the “rules” should apply everywhere, not because they should not have been imposed in the first place.

As Peter Hitchens predicted at the time, the present shambolic UK Government has managed to fairly easily create a propaganda narrative that the various “panicdemic” measures have been successful, and so, thanks to them (and of course the “vaccines”), the public is now free to enjoy the economic wasteland created by those stupid “rules”, “laws”, and “measures” (and the money largesse distributed by Indian “clever boy” Sunak).

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The only decent future for Europe is as an alliance of independent ethnostates, loosely allied to or connected with Russia.

(((Barrister))) and LBC radio presenter apparently (but see below) cannot distinguish between “furlong” and “furlough“! Says it all about the state of both the Bar and msm broadcasting in 2022, unless he meant it as a deadpan kind of joke (I think that actually he was just joking; must have been).

Completely out of touch, if (again) he is being serious.

In a sense, the “panicdemic” was not just a conspiracy, but a concatenation of conspiracies.

Interesting. Valentin Tomberg wrote a little about “Isis unveiled by Science”, I seem to recall. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentin_Tomberg.

Incidentally, I just saw, today, a YouTube video interview with someone I met about 43 years ago (at the Goetheanum, near Basel, Switzerland), and who knew someone I knew slightly in London. I think that I shall blog about that tomorrow, though, and will repost the video, which is here:

[https://sophiafoundation.org/the-founders/]
[The Second Goetheanum, Dornach, near Basel, Switzerland: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goetheanum]

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I have no idea who is that silly woman who says, in that clip, when “Boris”-idiot gets booed, “I certainly didn’t see that coming“. What planet is she living on? Most of the people of the UK now hate the idiotic part-Jew poseur, and the only reason that Labour is not higher in the opinion polls is because most people do not think that Starmer and his motley crew are much (if at all) better, overall.

“Boris” has not been overthrown by his own MPs yet for a like reason: who will replace him? Not because there are no Conservative MPs who would be as good/bad as “Boris”, but because there are no obvious candidates who would be far-and-away better.

The absurdity of it all is that you now see the most ridiculous Conservative Party MPs being suggested, in the msm as well as on social media, as suitable replacements for Johnson, as suitable party leader, and so as suitable Prime Minister.

I am talking about the likes of Liz Truss, Penny Mordaunt, even Nadine Dorries! How low, ethically, intellectually, and culturally, is the Conservative Party willing to go?

Maybe a more traditional figure such as Jeremy Hunt might still pick up the gauntlet.

The British police are no better. As said, this is a problem all across Europe, and maybe beyond. A problem, but also a symptom, a symptom of societies nearer to collapse than most people think.

Stand up, load up, and speak up for Western and white Northern European race and culture!

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I heard of the situation in Gothenburg/Goteborg 15 years ago. Migration invasion, followed by breeding of untermenschen. Gangs of young Arabs and Africans (mainly Somalis), terrorizing whole districts of the city.

Sweden needs to wake up, stand up, and load up.

Puppets on sticks, or should that be monkeys on sticks?

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Diary Blog, 24 May 2022, with something about lost railways, and more on the Ukraine situation

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[Waffen SS contingent welcomed by Dutch citizens, 1940]

On this day a year ago

Industrial archaeology

Well put together and narrated.

War artist

Escalation in the Black Sea

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10847419/Royal-Navy-escort-ships-carrying-Ukrainian-grain-Black-Sea.html:

Britain is co-ordinating with its allies on a potential plan to send warships to the Black Sea port of Odesa to offer a protective escort to ships exporting Ukrainian grain.

  • Britain, NATO and other nations could create a ‘protective’ corridor to Odesa
  • It would allow Ukraine to export large amounts of grain needed worldwide 
  • Denmark meanwhile announced it will send US-made missiles to Ukraine
  • The Boeing Harpoon missiles could help Ukraine to deliver long-distance strikes 
  • The Russian war in Ukraine has exacerbated a global food crisis

The plan would see allied navies clear the area around the southern port of Russian mines before protecting freight ships carrying the vital produce from Putin’s warships according to The Times.

Long-range missiles will also be deployed to deter any Russian attempts to sabotage the corridor.

[Daily Mail].

This is mad, and carries with it obvious dangers, both of direct conflict between forces of NATO and Russia, and also that the Russians will increase attacks on Odessa itself, to destroy the port area and perhaps the whole city. Odessa is the third-largest city of Ukraine.

It would be tragic were Odessa, a beautiful city in large parts (look on Google Earth or elsewhere), as well as one with a history going back 2,000 years, to be destroyed. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odessa.

[Odessa, c.1900]
[Odessa, 2020]
[part of the harbour area of Odessa in 1960, when it was the largest port of the Soviet Union]
[Chaika —“Seagull”— Beach, Odessa]
[Passage Galleries, Odessa, akin to Leadenhall Market or Burlington Arcade in London, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, or GUM in Moscow]
[Odessa Archaeological Museum]

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This worldwide situation is not straightforward but, in part, is the New World Order [NWO] and ZOG [Zionist Occupation Governments] in opposition to states not part, or so much part, of that (notably, Russia).

That Shaun Walker (Guardian drone) seems to have missed the way British TV reporters are often seen dressed and accoutred these days.

Journalists for major msm orgs are often pretty ignorant. I recall encountering an American in 1988, the only other customer in the rather nice marble-floored cafe at the old Warsaw Airport (the terminal I knew was remodelled in the 1990s, then demolished and rebuilt a number of years ago, the new one being finished in 2015).

Not many people were travelling from Warsaw —or to it— on that dark and snowy evening in mid-December 1988.

The American (I strongly suspect Jew) turned out to be the Newsweek correspondent for not only Poland but the whole of Eastern Europe, though based in Bonn, then capital of West Germany.

Conversation revealed that said American knew little about Poland, even as compared to me, and I myself was little more than a casual visitor who had been there a few times.

Also, imagine the idea— the whole of Eastern Europe covered by one unimpressive “journalist” who did not even live in the region!

The readers of the American news magazines, UK/US newspapers, and the audience for TV reports, give the reporters more credence than they usually deserve.

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There are two sides to almost every story.

I have driven past there a few times, though quite a few years ago. Picturesque.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10846969/Winter-deaths-Covid-no-worse-flu.html

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“Ostalgie”

I am at present about halfway through reading The Stasi Files: East Germany’s Secret Operations Against Britain, by Anthony Glees, which was published in 2003.

Just saw this hearsay comment (somewhere else):

The nostalgia referred to is called Ostalgie in German. Ost means East and Nostalgie means Nostalgia. Well, East Germany is still behind the Western part of the country, sadly. And the Ostalgie is there for a reason. I once talked to a man, an Ossie, a former East Berliner. In 2010 he told me: “I used to have one job. I couldn’t go where I wanted, for example Paris or London. But I could go on vacation to Prague, Budapest and the East-German and Polish coasts. We always went on summer holidays. Now, I have two jobs, and I barely make enough money to sustain myself. I can’t go anywhere these days. I haven’t been on a holiday for over 20 years now.”

Again, every story has at least two sides. The repression noted by the author of the book I am presently reading was real, but that was not the whole story, just as a picture of happy, perhaps wealthy, Americans enjoying the surf in Southern California is not the whole story about the USA.

I myself only saw the DDR/East Germany for a couple of days (in the summer of 1988). Not a terribly good impression (I have blogged on or around it in the past) but I have seen worse.

I sometimes wonder whether the East German rulers would not have been better to allow more travel to the West, and to allow their citizens to stay and work there at will. They might have found that quite a few returned, in the end, if given more freedom to come and go.

Of course, the drain of population East-West from 1945-1961 (1961 being when the Wall went up) was part of the reason, to stop that drain, but the Wall was a propaganda coup for the West. How could it not be? What kind of state needs to imprison its citizens? Etc.

The same factors might have been true of the Soviet Union.

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As usual, poor Brits are last in line; as usual, those who give nothing are first to be given whatever.

Three guesses what kind of “anti-racists” will be organizing and influencing this nonsense? That’s right— “them” (((them))).

Every. Single. Time.

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Diary Blog, 27 April 2022

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How terrible it is when innocent animals suffer as “collateral damage” to human wars. I wonder whether the UN could set up a permanent task force with the mission to arrange with both sides to (any) armed conflict so that that animals, both in zoos and other situations, can be rescued and/or rehomed outside immediate war zones.

Presented as a defensive weapon, but how long before there are “tanks” or other basically offensive weapons fitted out with what the science fiction of fifty or a hundred years ago described as “death rays”?

The Western NWO/ZOG is fomenting a world war, and we, living in the West, will be lucky (I suppose lucky) to live through it.

If the military situation becomes seriously worse for Russia and/or, for example, if the war spreads actively to Poland later in the year, when the weather again turns very cold, Russia will turn off the gas taps, and Poland will freeze (and its industries stop dead).

Raus!

I have occasionally noted on this blog the strange fact that so many Twitter-twits who have made malicious official complaints about me, attacked me, or made comments about me, have suffered serious medical or other problems, in some cases terminal. That trend has continued, with the green bottles falling one by one off the wall, as in the old song.

I note, also, that one particular Balkan fraud (who shall be nameless, for now), and who used to delight in tweeting maliciously about me, seems to have gone completely mad, claiming that NHS doctors and nurses have deliberately injured her by sticking needles into her. “Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad“, in the old saying.

I see that a number of Jew-Zionist and/or “antifa” trolls have either ceased to post (about me, and in some cases generally) on Twitter, and are either not around at all now, or have locked their Twitter accounts.

Good riddance. Raus!

[“Get down there, where you wanted to send me, you unclean spirit!“— 1930s cartoon]

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Most of the inflationary pressure and the shortages of food has been fuelled by factors that have nothing to do with the Russian invasion.

Good grief! I had completely forgotten that Tim Farron was still an MP! Completely obscure now.

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

Anne McElvoy has always been one of the most evil scribblers and propagandists in the UK.

People always ask for “apology” etc, when what they really want to see (with some justification) is the relevant head smashed in…

Police-state mulktikulti Britain. I wonder whether any of those students will be brave enough to “just say no”, or even brave enough to strike back in some way?

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I am not sure who exactly is that “ho”, to use the American black vernacular, but whoever it is, it should probably cease to exist.

I had better not express what I think should happen to those infiltrators; it is very boring when the toytown police state arrives at the door.

For the misnamed “detainees”, Communism has certainly arrived!

The so-called “land of freedom”…

Now that France has, in reality, about a third of the resident population non-French, there is no ordinary “democratic” “electoral road” available for the real French.

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Diary Blog, 19 April 2022

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On this day a year ago

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Trudeau will not just go— someone will have to…send him.

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Quite. I am all for getting rid of Boris-idiot and his Cabinet (and read that how you like) but not at the cost of a Starmer-Labour Jewish-lobby “elected” dictatorship.

What happened is that Sweden a. let hundreds of thousands of non-whites live in Sweden; b. supported said non-whites to live, feed, breed, and exercise political power; c. disallowed criticism of “a” and “b”.

Hard to believe now that, in pre-EU days (when it was just the EEC, and Sweden not part of it), 1982, I was actually refused admission to Sweden at the port of Malmo (they said that I did not have enough money) while en route to Helsinki and having arrived from the port of Travemunde in the then West Germany (Travemunde was on the border of the DDR).

I actually got deported, in effect! Had to return to West Germany. Now the sweepings of Asia and Africa arrive and are (officially) “welcomed” by the Swedish government (which is plainly a “ZOG”)…

Nearest town square. Firing squad. End. Alternatively, helicopter. Mid-Channel. Exit. End.

At one time, long ago, I thought that David Davis might be at least semi-acceptable as Prime Minister, but he is just another useless denizen of the Westminster monkeyhouse.

You can guess (((who))) or (((what))) the secret plotters are.

Does the thick Royal Cuck even hear himself?!

The United States will eventually descend into a kind of anarchy, which will then be suppressed by dictatorship and/or tyranny. Plato laid down the template.

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Diary Blog, 18 April 2022

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[Neuschwanstein]

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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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Reminiscent of the Corniche at Alexandria.