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It starts with the Physical Battle Skill: Attack I , and the Elemental Battle Skill s: For more information regarding skills, such as the cost to level or gain a skill, see Skills. The following table shows the strength of elemental battle skills against this dragon. The higher the number, the more damage that skill causes to this dragon type when battling. A complete list of elemental battle skill multipliers, for all Dragons World dragons, can be found at: Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 4, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 5, 6, 7, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10, 11, 12, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 5, 6, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 1, 2, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 1, 2, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 6, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 1, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 5, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 1, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 7, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, 6, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 2, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, 6, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 2, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Health Magnificent Dragon Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 — — — 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Lvl 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, Sign In Don't have an account?

Retrieved from " http: Default Elemental Skill s. Fire breath Water whip. Its yellow eyes see perfectly in the dark, and its bright crimson horns and long tail serve as excellent weapons on the battlefield. Young Long-Tailed Dragons are very quarrelsome and love a good fight. Although they mellow out and become wiser with age, they still remain threatening opponents. Statue of the Ancient Hero 1x. Moon Symbol on a Pedestal 1x.

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In reality he is the biggest traitor England has ever known, even worse than these puppet PM's. He owes a debt to the state as well as to his ancestors and descendants. He was brought up under its protection, induced to obey its laws, taught to rely on its justice and endowed with a share of its fame. Only the stateless know what it is to have no national legend, pride, or flag. Note, five years later: Emerging from the murk, it seems clear Cromwell was a tool of Jews, who wanted to enter Britain, to start their Bank and exploit England, Ireland, and the New World.

But Jews may have wondered about opposition from the landed and traditionally rather warlike aristocracy. Could these 'debates' have been set up as a divide-and-rule strategy? It seems likely enough. At this time I happen not to have access to my books, so I leave the question here.

This site sells 2 DVDs: Film 1 The Story of the Debates Extracts from the play are intercut with comments from historians: Robertson introduced the book being reviewed; see notes below on his money-making legal scheme. Billy Bragg is a sort of zero-intellect folk-joke singer. Chakrabarti is one of many rented foreigners, paid as she long as she remembers what lies she has to tell. All this certainly adds weight to the idea that 'democracy' was a fake, foisted on England in a way designed to support Jewish crime.

To this day it appears to be defended by a corps of liars and collaborators. All this may help people decipher what such outfits as Common Purpose mean by the 'post-democratic era'.

Youtube 10 Jan Cromwell certainly tried his best to let the Jews back in, But the English parliament of the time rejected it. Those were the 'Jews' Cromwell was paid by. And then London burned down.

Possible connection with the 'Great Fire' and the later Bank of England. The government of a modern industrial state, backed by the police, the army, the media of communication, wields powers undreamed of one-hundred years ago. The abuse of these powers by political opportunists, gangsters, psychopaths and authoritarian cliques pose a far more serious threat to society than the ordinary criminal.

This book is a pioneering attempt to apply the methods of criminology to the 'criminals in office'. It raises and answers a number of vitally important questions Alex Comfort on Crime: Crime is the deliberate violation of a provision which the law upholds by threat of punishment. Alex Comfort on Delinquency: There is an analogous ineducability in government, among the advocates of 'strong' policies.

Comfort on 'Types of Leadership' and 'Aberrant Personalities': The idea of the 'collaborator' as a wartime phenomenon has no basis in fact—collaboration, in the derogatory sense, may originate in a masochistic delight in defeat, but a large part of it is the wartime counterpart of the normal executive status' [p 42] ' Operatic attitudes such as 'unconditional surrender' or 'massive retaliations', derived from exhibitionist leaders, supersede intelligent thought.

Problems can be shelved and replaced by action or by appropriate gestures. The genuine fear and hatred of war under these conditions cannot hide its satisfactions. This ambivalence makes the threat of war and the promise of war two of the most important political forces of our time. It is essentially the socially maladjusted civilian who is happiest in wartime—his problems are shelved The adjusted individual finds his entire life disorganized Neither the German exterminations of Jews, nor the Allied massacre of enemy civilian populations, Public sentiment against war is and was traditionally strong in Britain and America, and was by no means absent in Germany.

A marked exception was the forcing of war upon the British Government in by a spontaneous public reaction, [after] widespread suspicion of complicity between British right wing thought and Nazi ideology. The replacement of Hitler by another less paranoid leader There is documentary evidence relating most of the calculated and indiscriminate war crimes to the invention and planning of individual psychopaths in office.

Nick Griffin on the way the BBC mispresents serious news. Ernest Robert Trattner , Architects of Ideas: Harrap London, Sydney, Bombay, Toronto. I have a copy of this book, published in , and was surprised to find the author lived in the USA. I was unsurprised to see him described as a 'Rabbi'; his other books were on the Bible and related subjects.

My interest in this book was to check how much of it was intended to stake the claim of Jews in having developed 'ideas', in this case mostly the technological side of science, without much philosophy, pure science, or social science.

Trattner seems to have published Understanding the Talmud in , and this may be available online. It is of course unlikely to be honest. Jews had been quietly occupying the English-speaking countries, including Canada, South Africa, Australia and smaller countries.

Their aim presumably was to claim invention of ideas and institutions which were generally agreed to be civilised, apart from aesthetic production. Trattner's ideas is at least partly in this mould, and hunters of Jewish invasions will probably find this book worthwhile reading. The bibliography is mostly of books from , though there are many 19th century books; I say books, because there no papers I think , though there are a few individual book chapters.

The index is of names only, which saves enormous effort in trying to categorise theories. The 15 principal chapters plus my abbreviations are: Chamberlin who was he? I'm not as I type in the mood to investigate, but at least Trattner makes efforts to present views he presumably dislikes, mentioning Gobineau and Chamberlain, for example, in his Boas chapter.

His chapter on Marx makes no attempt to explain what ideas, if any, Marx genuinely held; it's entirely conventional and unhelpful, glossing over Marx's actual reactionary deeds. And 'In recent years, a worldwide tidal wave of race consciousness, ill-founded and preposterous, has engulfed humanity Trattner on relativity is the usual pitiful melange of light, railway train motions, space and time, curved surfaces.

I couldn't find any presaging of 'nuclear weapons'; perhaps the world was not deemed ready for such a fraud. Anyway—some readers might find the book useful in exploring the roots of Jewish deception in the first half of the 20th century.

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Victors not only write history, but shape historical perceptions and monuments. English Heritage Members' Magazine illustrates the process. It's published by Immediate Media Co. About ten of their workers are listed, with titles of the capitalised Editor, Director, and Manager type.

We also have about eight contributors, some of whom are credited with assembling the longer articles. And there are six names, 'For English Heritage'. And a registered company, It appears not to be heavily advertised, sharing in the general decline of printed news. For my taste, the magazine is purged of financial content: Their brief seems to be mostly buildings, or parts of buildings, and what might be referred to unkindly as ruins, though these appear to include Stonehenge—something of a fake, now—and other important sites.

The National Trust seems to be mainly imposing buildings, and, in view of the colossal subsidies to some landowners, there is some suspicion of advantageous secretive deals. My principal dislike is what might be called the overwhelmingly 'politically correct' content, doing nothing to promote public knowledge. I'll give here an expandable list of problems: Another is a struggle for wall-mounted blue plaques, for blacks and Asians! And there's a constant wariness of immigrants, invaded by invitation of Jews, who seem to have little interest in English or any other history.

Evidence of the two Empires including North America is barely mentioned. Nothing much of shipbuilders, navigators, sailors who once spent their lives sailing around the world.

Many industrial revolution sites Wigan Pier, anyone? In the issue I have in front of me, Cuthbert of an Anglo-Saxon monastery, or perhaps later a Priory, seems to have been demoted and then promoted. Hints of how Jewish scribblings were made a power bloc are missing. Doesn't do justice to the site's important and tragic history.. It's best known for an influx of Jews, but not best known for the reasons.

It is now known that Germans were tortured in 'the cage' in London; Hess was jailed and killed; a few Britons were imprisoned under Section 18B; propaganda was printed, filmed, and broadcast. Foreigners were blockaded; and so on.

Sites may remain which could be made suitable for visitors. But the presentation of such houses is in the style of romantic novels. Anyway, more in sorrow than anger I wonder if a time will ever come when true English history is on open display? It's a straightforward parroting of the usual rubbish. Marx is now known to have been part of the super-rich industrialist group.

Here's a good piece on Marx mileswmathis. A house in London had a blue plaque as far back as It's irritating to find barefaced lies repeated in so-called English Heritage. I looked at July 's issue; even with padding the magazine gets ever-thinner. It has 6 pages on films partly show in 'historic sites', inclduing Victoria and Abdul, Wonder Woman, Avengers: And 4 pages on another film, Dunkirk , more trash.

There's a page on 'Shakespeare's Birthplace'. It's all very sad. But the long-established English tradition, if it can be called that, telling lies about so-called 'Jews', is maintained. In the past, there were more of such people per thousand. During mediaeval times, for example, one imagines an artist with his atelier, and underlings grinding pigments, stretching canvases, and painting boring background bits.

Televisually interesting subjects are possibly rather rare: The industrialised world's food has changed to what seems a fantastic extent, though of course the nutritional basis is more or less the same. Consider the attractive stone octagonal kitchen at Glastonbury Abbey, with a fireplace in four corners. Probably this mostly cooked meat and bread potatoes hadn't been discovered; nor had maize. Herbs and spices, and sugar, and edible oil, usually come from plants in hot climates, because they have spare energy to make by-products.

There were onions, but not tomatoes. A modern time-traveller might have been reminded of Ray Kroc's establishment, 'MacDonalds'. By , root vegetables supported cattle over winter; potatoes supported people throughout the year; ships and railways routinely carried food; refrigeration had been invented; vacuum-sealed canisters, airtight tins and jars were mass-produced; electric cooking was added to gas cooking. Peasants, in Britain, growing and preserving and cooking their own food, were as obsolete as hand-loom weavers.

The stage was set for professionalisation of cookery, though not really in Britain—warmer climates were better adapted to food designed to be attractive, France being a prominent example, with several hundred local types of cheese, and several hundred types of wine. To this day Michelin—a guidebook started in by a tyre company—awards stars which rule part of the emotional lives of chefs, with 3 stars the maximum, which seems appropriate for Ramsay's book. H G Wells wrote a short story A Misunderstood Artist , possibly suggested by Escoffier at the Savoy, with hints of playful experimentation.

Passing over rural inns, urban chop houses, the Lyons Corner House phenomenon and the Aerated Bread Company, fish and chips , proprietary relishes 'Gentleman's Relish' for example and pastes and chocolate bars, Evelyn Waugh promoting foreign food, and a few dozen wars, we arrive at , Ramsay's year of birth. There's a lot of 'human interest' here, including his father, who appears to have been a derivative pop impersonator—a product of TV and electronic media, someone who never saw the original performer.

And a brother who became a drug addict, though I don't think the supplier chain is identified. A word to people in similar circumstances: They make up 'news' anyway. I won't bother with these details, or Ramsay's ambition to take up football—one of the secrets of football is that many footballers become crippled.

It's a bit disappointing to find Ramsay regards a council house upbringing as an embarrassment, as, it seems, did Pierre Marco White, under whom he worked for a time. I wonder if earlier British socialists would have been annoyed. Chefs, judging by Ramsay, don't seem to have a high opinion of each other, except when, like actors, they have a motive for luvviness.

Quite a few conflicts are listed, and some omissions: Ramsay owned 3, cookbooks not the British 'cookery books'. His favourite is Nigel Slater. One might have thought the leading chefs could have a reunion every year or two, for example, and exchange anecdotes about the poor quality and unreasonableness of their diners. Maybe their wives could cook, to reduce competitive problems Ramsay says interesting things en passant about the employees and lower orders who must numerically dominate the fine eating industry.

For example he worked on Reg Grundy's private yacht in the British Virgin Islands, and recounts how some of the staff got the idea it was their yacht, and behaved inappropriately, rather in the way I gather that roadies with pop groups behave.

Ramsay says, convincingly, that most of his staff stayed with him, though he sacked some who presumably couldn't take the pace or the required skill-levels. Ramsay is remarkably low on technical details of cooking: And surely there must be valuable rules of thumb, or physics laws, to help cook? Watching some Hell's Kitchens would-be chefs not even able to cook risotto "riz-odo" in American suggests there's a need for helpful mnemonics.

Surely there must be facts on transmission of heat, temperatures to get proteins cooked, measures of chewability of foods, effects of marinades, the ageing of wines, the effects of microwaves, the mixing of flavours? What does Sous Vide cooking in clear plastic do? Is liquid nitrogen useful? Can rum be injected by hypodermic into mince pies? Is papaya the best enzyme for softening meat? Another apparent omission—I may be wrong here—is the economics of the top of the restaurant market.

Ramsay's writings feel a bit like flowers, evolved to exude nectar, and expecting to be rewarded with the arrival of bees. Ramsay the feeling about New York that it's terrifically rich, but surely there must be some uncertainty—Jew-promoted non-whites everywhere, for example. I can remember being shocked at the small number of Americans who bought hardback books. Yet another omission is detail on the use of illegals in restaurants, sandwich-making places, etc.

For example, I noticed an article about 'Sanctuary Restaurants' after Trump's election ; and, twenty years ago, a sandwich seller cheerfully admitting most of his workers were illegal 'immigrants'. I wonder if part of the intention behind TV chef programmes is to scrub up the image of restaurants. The final chapter, inserted into the edition, reads like Ingvar Kamprad 's biography: Looking back, I can't really tell how successful he was.

Gordon Ramsay Holdings, an Internet search or two reveals, had liabilities in mid listed as 36 million sterling, though I'd guess his TV appearance fees may be held in a different account.

He adds a description of a Christmas visit to Helmand in Afghanistan 'in conjunction with the Ministry of Defence and the Daily Mirror'. He describes year old soldiers as 'ready, focused, and just incredibly disciplined', with 'Christmas treat donated by Philip Green of Top Shop and BHS fame'. Philip Green attained subsequent fame as something like a Jewish pension-fund thief from what was British Home Stores. He says 'Trust me, there were no special arrangements. Out there, it doesn't matter a fuck who you are'—as though Jew financiers and their political puppets are there all the time.

Clearly, revisionist thinking is not a part of his mental equipment. He thinks National Service should be re-introduced. On his return, in aged 40, he was part of a star-studded party 'in the Banqueting House, Whitehall'.

One of Gordon Ramsay's achievements along with Ozzy Osbourne must be included weakening of the image of the British as shy, retiring, and polite. I could find nothing on 'Kosher' food, or the Kosher scam imposed on Americans and others. Probably the US critics would prefer to redirect diners to something like Solly's maximum torture K salt beef n bagels shack. Anyway, his New York restaurant has closed. It occurred to me that possibly Ramsay thinks he's a 'Jew'; Ramsay is listed as a Jewish surname.

At the time he wrote, he'd been contracted to do the British TV Hell's Kitchen , 'one of the worst experiences of my life'.

The US version, in a converted LA warehouse, started in about , and is still going. The difference was they had applicants who were not well-known, and with some cooking experience, and who wanted to run their own places.

Kitchen Nightmares postdates this book, and shows that there can be such a thing as bad publicity. A majority closed, not in my view surprisingly. There's a significant point here, relevant to the present-day Jewish censorship: Ramsay's handlers are careful never to let this show, just as there is no reference to 'Kosher' practices.

And this applies to this book. OK to insult other chefs; taboo to tell truths Jews think are bad publicity. Gordon Ramsay doesn't speculate much on public perception of these restaurants: It might be fun to watch other people in a restaurant being served food contrary to expectations: This was before television; and before radio and cinema. Before colour photographs, refrigeration, telephones. Before commercial electric light; gas lights were at that time leading-edge recent inventions.

No motor-cars; London had many horse-drawn cabs, and of course horses needed such things as livery stables and horse tack and food and shoes—and disposal facilities. Flying machines were widely believed to be an impossibility. Jacobs, and Jack London, were a vast global haulage industry.

A threat to British sea power was 'unthinkable'. Cheap paper was being engineered; of the results, 'Tit-Bits' existed, with 'Comic Cuts' soon about to come.

It would be more than 60 years before the habit of 'watching' television, for four or five hours an evening, dulled the wits of masses of people. The railways were then the fastest-ever inland travel system. They led to railway inns near stations, access even to small villages, the growth of seaside resorts, J.

Smith's railway station bookstalls. And to worries about where the hell am I: J's Waterloo station has a joke bribe to an engine driver for reassurance. Or so the publisher thought: But J says nothing about high status people: Or company promoters for African mines. But there's nothing at all. Jerome left school at 14 and no doubt was overawed.

Three Men in a Boat was written when he was twice that age. Operettas are a close equivalent to Three Men in a Boat: Three Men in a Boat dodges much of the technical problem of precise description by personifying nature: Here's a longer, impressive, extract from such a passage: The three men are J himself, George the bank clerk, Harris, and a noisy fox terrier named Montmorency.

I've just read that Keith Richards calls his dog 'syphilis'—Five men and a disease? J's main narrative device is speech: His internalised speech mostly recounts irritations between the men as they wrestle emotionally with each other and with an indifferent universe.

All these digressions are suited to reading aloud: I'm surprised how little description J puts into his book. The dog, and Harris's blazer, are described in greater detail than any of the three men. Harris's twelve stone is regarded as 'big'; this may be a comment on the unindustrialised diet of the times. Possibly the paucity of description is related to J's early educational terminus: There's quite a contrast with say Jack London's highly-detailed accounts of physiologies and physiognomies.

The clue may be in Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow , published a few years earlier, which contains many similar situations to Three Men in a Boat , but all expressed in the form of autobiographical meditational monologues. Wrapping these thoughts but not those on poverty and pawn-shops with bodily forms undeniably expands into a more appealing package. Jerome, confident that emotions are similar between types of people, liked colloquial speech: Here's an example of a whole cluster of short popular phrases: Not, I explained, upon my own account.

I was never queer. But I was afraid for George. George said he should be all right, and would rather like it, but he would advise Harris and me not to think of it, as he felt sure we should both be ill. Harris said that, to himself, it was always a mystery how people managed to get sick at sea Perhaps these things are intrinsically one-off and isolated, like the song A Whiter Shade of Pale. Could this be autobiographical?

The author of the world's best ever autobiography could not, one imagines, ever write another one. I scribbled down some English novels: Day's History of Sandford and Merton ish ; Valentine Vox Cockton, ish ; Mrs Caudle's Curtain Lectures Jerrold, ish ; Tom Brown's Schooldays ; Erewhon Butler; ; Diary of a Nobody Grossmiths, ; maybe Zuleika Dobson Beerbohm, and other later works, but didn't find compelling lessons apart from avoiding unpleasant topics, and allowing titillating but not dangerous exploits.

Let me return to Britain, and the then-current events—which may well have led many readers to seek escapism. Here are a few items: Underground trains in London after an earlier start expanded c. In were the 'Whitechapel Murders'—foreshadowing today, where murders of whites are ignored by the media. There's nothing of this in Jerome, though there is a drowned single mother story. The 'Aliens Act' was The Thames note for Americans: Westminster and Hyde Park, the City of London and London Bridge, and east to Whitechapel, Stepney, Rotherhithe docks, Deptford, Greenwich, Woolwich and further to the sea—flanked by many rural-sounding placenames—are redolent of the tougher businesslike history of Britain.

From its source, the river, called the Isis, is much narrower, and very winding: Britain was one of the first industrialised countries, but Jerome, writing his book in a Victorian summer, overlooking London, preferred to write of rural scenes and situations.

I'd guess he used maps and guidebooks to fill out the detail. Jerome opens his book with a long passage of rather absurd exaggeration about more-or-less imaginary illnesses one is 'general disinclination to work' of the three men. These turn into the motive for their river jaunt. If you like that scene-setting, you'll probably like the rest of the book. At the finale, exeunt the three, muddy and dishevelled after several days of rain, going to the Alhambra, Leicester Square—mistaken for the 'contortionists from the Himalaya Mountains'.

The pace is slow: Windsor, Runnymede, Magna Carta island, Maidenhead and Marlow, are some of the places visited or rowed past. Jerome omitted Eton, true to form, though his route must have passed close. Much of the scenery is still identifiable: Chapter 11 includes a memorable three-age-or-so section 'specially inserted for schools' on Magna Charta his spelling and 'the cup of liberty', at an island at Runnymede in John we are told died a year later, having ravaged England, and then absolved by Pope Innocent.

Jerome sounds something like Walter Scott; I don't know the sources he must have pored over, but a charter of liberties sounds good, and the deeper realities, such as Edward I's expulsion of Jews 75 years later, and Norman barons and resentful Saxons, are not part of Jerome's purpose; any more than they are now, in semi-official guidebooks and Pitkin glossy colour brochures. A few other historical events appear in Jerome, reflecting published views of the time: Caesar and Cassivelaunus, approved for the operational students of the past who were not to know Belloc's secret they never suspected; Henry VIII having an energetic time courting Anne; and 'the Parliamentary struggle' as presented by the news sources of the time.

Dark and fearsome countryside provides frissons of terror: Allied to this are country churchyards with memorials one including a few skulls , like. But of course, as the Med provides the continuo for Ulysses, or steam trains the background for Close Encounter , the Thames naturally permeates the story, though mostly as background for amusing human activity.

Jerome deploys just a few technical terms: J has an eye for status: Towing has several vignettes: And we have the hazards of drinking river water, and washing in it; the characters of lock keepers; angry swans; girls' clothes getting splashed by a hearty rowing man; and washerwomen before the days of electric washing machines. Jerome even pleas for the simple life but with cautions against sea trips and early morning dips with a rowing-boat fable admittedly, he followed it with an apology: This is a world of small boys on street corners; small boys running errands—proof that telephones were not needed.

And of houses and landladies; no doubt responsible to shadowy landowners. Jerome's technique, which works well enough with opening tinned pineapple, packing for a journey, ruminating over barometers and weather forecasts, trying to sleep, penetrating smells, trying to cook stew, doing what's now called DIY, avoids some issues: His account of writing his own material might have been worth reading.

And there must be something to learn from the sets of objects J avoids, for example the upper classes, complicated and tiresome negotiations, and negotiations generally—he omits amusing accounts of shopping, for instance, and horse-trading.

He has nothing on pagan aspects of the world, though he knows about the Sandwich Islands: He has nothing on improving lectures for the lower orders. Jerome did not attempt the piano as a comic subject. Beefsteak pie, gooseberry tarts, leg of mutton, bacon, eggs, bread, butter, jam. Canned pineapple; I'd guess cans were expensive and for luxuries. Fast food was chop houses: Only one of them knew what 'scrambled eggs' were. We also have 'bitter beer' which I suspect kept well, in days before refrigeration.

And we have long clay pipes, made of kaolin, before cigarettes: Anyway; more jokes, anecdotes, narratives, unions against others as in 'Jews' laughing at 'goyim'. And what might be called 'craic'. Now, the shrewd reader will know that Jerome was not exactly a one hit wonder: Three Men on the Bummel is mostly set in Germany; for some reason—Brummagem?

A 'bummel' is an electric tramcar, for example in Dresden. Some of these have long ago vanished in Britain: Bacup was one of the first British places to have them, something you'd never guess, now.

Jerome seems to have been co-opted into the anti-German lead-in to the 'Great War'; the last chapter of Three Men on the Bummel seem to have been inserted as part of this process. I'll just note a few things here. Note on sightseers and historians: Gibbon had to trust to travellers' tales for a description of the Hellespont, and the Rhine was chiefly familiar to English students through..

Dr Johnson, familiar with little else than the view down Fleet Street, could read the description of a Yorkshire moor with pleasure and profit. To a cockney etc. But we, or rather the steam-engine and the camera for us, have changed all that.

Remember Germany was only recently unified. The disadvantage is that outside Hanover, which is only a small province, nobody understands this best German. Germany being separated so many centuries unto a dozen principalities, is unfortunate in possessing a variety of dialects.

Germans from Posen wishful to converse with men of Wurtemburg, have to talk as often as not in French or English; and young ladies who have received an expensive education in Westphalia.. An English-speaking foreigner, it is true, would find himself equally nonplussed among the Yorkshire wolds, or the purlieus of Whitechapel; but..

Throughout Germany it is not only in the country districts and among the uneducated that dialects are maintained. Every province has practically its own language.. The explanation is that, in nine cases out of ten, he has learnt French from "Ahn's First-Course. Pilsener beer and Apollinaris water. Then Jerome on officials: With other evidence I'd suggest Jerome was part of the post anti-German drumbeat in Britain, added to the century-or-so old anti-Russian rumblings. Later, his play, The Passing of the Third Floor Back , a lodging-house story, was turned into a depressing and moody black-and-white s film watchable on Internet.

He may have ended his life as yet another fairly wealthy man with little in his head. How true this is, I have not attempted to discover. It is not science! Apparently written by a simple insect man. I'd assumed this is a serious scientific work; such is the poor quality of modern reviewing. In fact it's painfully weak; in the process of reading it, I realised it's simply another part of the Jewish imposition of their ridiculous worldview. Let me start with an overview: Whatever that is; a statement somewhere says he was 'curator of entomology'.

The book 'won' a Pulitzer Prize, a sort of guarantee of kosherness; royalties presumably to Harvard. Part of the short cover blurb is 'hope must derive from a new scientific understanding of what it means to be human'. And it says, with splendid ignorance of the power of language and media, 'altruism, morality, religion, even love—are merely the survival strategies of our "selfish" genes To situate this book in time and place, remember E.

Eisenhower thought he was a Jew; I haven't checked on Truman, but he certainly was a Jewish pawn. They assisted Stalin in the post continuing attacks on Germany, for resisting Jews, and the post support for Jews in the USSR, which was achieved in my opinion by the Jewish-controlled pretence of 'nuclear weapons' and 'Cold War'.

Kennedy seems to have been less of a Jewish pawn; unfortunately was murdered in , when E O Wilson was aged early 30s, and Johnson slipped into place. The Jewish era consolidated with L B Johnson The link surveys Jewish interests at the time: The 'Holocaust' fraud gained momentum; Johnson a full Jew on both sides, I'm told supported Israel with the attack on the 'Liberty'.

It was necessary for U. There was considerable unrest, managed usually by Jews, about US genocide in Vietnam: Anyway, Nixon , Ford , and then Carter President buried the issue rather than face it.

Jewish liars planned out a new scheme of future fakes , mostly based on simple lies, in the Jewish manner: Thus for example 'universal human rights'—'more refined human rights in the European-American sense'—are given a 'primary value'.

Wilson is probably too stupid to see the ludicrous irony in this absurdity. Another exquisite irony is the avoidance of discussion of eugenics , even though he presumably knows natural selection is slow, cruel and tedious, and doesn't work with a technological society. Darwinism is one of the most important generalisations about life ever made, and could not be suppressed entirely.

There must have been casting about for Jew-friendly versions, designed to carry Jewish memes. Even such a shrewd observer as Kevin MacDonald said there was an attack by Jews on Darwinism and Sociobiology, bracketing the two together as though they were similar. Sociobiology was largely based on the 'kinship' idea of sharing genes, despite its weaknesses, suggested I think by J B S Haldane in the s, but usually attributed to William D Hamilton in The Use and Abuse of Biology: An Anthropological Critique of Sociobiology by Marshall Sahlins was early opposition, looking at real-life people, though not I think developed civilisations.

Dawkins' The Selfish Gene of was equally irrelevant to human beings. Dawkins wrote a chapter Sociobiology: It's interesting to note the censorship of evil obtains in many 'disciplines': I recall Atkins, of chemistry textbooks, getting excited over the fraud of the 'Holocaust', the simple old fool indifferent to millions burnt alive, killed by high explosives, suffering from birth defects, thanks to chemical engineers. Two ideas flicker and surface throughout the book: T he other is evolution, which Wilson also doesn't grasp anything like fully.

This may seem an odd claim to make; but here are four examples. Insects have an elaborate lifecycle, with eggs, larvae, pupae, and the 'perfect insect'. How can this have evolved, and how did many insects become social? In Altruism, discussing social insects. But of course it's not 'broadened' at all.

He's aware the contributions presumably become vanishingly small, but nevertheless has no way to fix a point where one odd ancestor's influence terminates. He has no genetic rationale for the existence of sex, i. Ideas are one thing; the way they are presented is another.

Wilson's writing style needs to be outlined here. It's reminiscent of many writers on evolution who are religious, or evasive: Dobzhansky if I remember correctly Wilson's style also reminds me of Marshall McLuhan's, with strings of short dubious assertions, mixed with longer, vague, but equally dubious assertions. Many of the assertions are endnoted; the sources are mostly heavily-promoted, but not particularly good, books, often with then-current memes, such as the 'deep structure of religious belief' with a Chomskyesque feel, Dawkins' selfish gene, even the 'uncertainty principle'.

So the result has a pub quiz quotation feeling: Of course it is! Ernest Jones and Erich Fromm are quoted, but not their chieftain Freud, possibly to avoid accusations of pseudo-scientific contagion which had started to surface about Freud.

Wilson's use of words has to be examined; how did he get away with this stuff? I have two theories here: If something isn't understood, people may be impressed if you coin a new word; 'sociology', when new, illustrates the point. In Wilson's final chapter, on 'Hope', he looks forward to neurobiology, ethology, and sociobiology helping out; even if among other things the brain isn't understood. One of his conclusions is 'The principal task of human biology is to identify and to measure the constraints that influence the decisions of ethical philosophers and to everyone else, and to infer their significance through neurophysiological and phylogenetic reconstructions of the mind.

Where actual content is needed, poor Wilson has no idea. Mankind, or parts of it, has lived in changed conditions for—well, how long?

There have perhaps been agricultural ages, stone ages, bronze and iron ages; is there a helpful name for what's been happening? My second comment on Wilson's word structures is his use of fake continuisms. To illustrate, consider e. The subject changes being elided away.

In Wilson's case, 'We' were all Africans —it said so in Time magazine. Then 'We' survived the Arctic ice-cap. Maybe; or, of course, maybe not, since slavery, caste, child labour, and conquered territories are with us still. This of course is in keeping with the Jewish worldview: Many goyim were shelled, burnt to death, shot, and so on, but Wilson states '..

At a lighter level, let's look at some of his chapters. On Sex , he says 'the processes of sexual pairbonding vary greatly He appears to know nothing of for example women used as sex objects, for example in 'modern' Israel. As I've pointed out, he has no idea that sex, despite the emotional feeling, is a mechanism for two sets of genes to come into play: He also copies other authors on crypsis in women, as opposed to many creatures, who have mating seasons.

He doesn't seem to recognise other infinitely important forms of crypsis: I'll say more of these below. On Religion , his opening sentence is a typical unsubstantiated assertion: He has routine material on monotheism; he seems unaware of things like 'Muti'.. He gives a 'Mother' Teresa joke: Of course she does! On Aggression , a popular topic at the time—I'd guess related to the US invasion and war crimes in Vietnam. I can only imagine he wanted to distance himself from Jewish 'Holocaust' claims.

His Glossary gives his definition of aggression: I wonder if shouting at someone is considered 'aggression'. Wilson has a shotgun attitude to endnotes and sources: Lists of names are dropped: One of the omissions characteristic of propagandists is an absence of feeling for possibilities and likelihoods, and I attribute these omissions to lack of genuine interest in the topics. Why would a propagandist bother with more than a few facts?

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