Confirmed - Democracy in the West is Dead - Brexit Britain Re-leashed
Question no 1 - Where was Hunt?
Before I begin, have this question in the back of your mind the whole time - where was Hunt?
In 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. It was a tight vote with 48% voting to remain. Whatever you thought of the result or however you voted, there is no denying that it was a shock to the Establishment. Like Trump’s victory, they weren’t expecting it and consequently anyone who voted for Brexit was either stupid, racist or lied to (often by the Russians).
As I say, the Establishment hated the fact the UK was leaving the EU. It slowed down their globalisation plans and left the US without a poodle to strongly influence policy within Brussels.
A mild form of mental illness took hold - Brexit Derangement Syndrome (BDS). This meant that anything bad that happened in the UK was because of Brexit and anything good due to the kindness of the EU. Gas prices in the UK rising - BREXIT! Trump - BREXIT! Covid - BREXIT! Solar flare - BREXIT! BDS infected many of the newspapers such as the Guardian and Financial Times. As with Green Derangement Syndrome, these sources of information became obviously unreliable.
BDS removed a number of Prime Ministers. First, David Cameron resigned after he realised how unhappy his masters were. Next, Theresa May was ousted after trying to negotiate a BRINO (Brexit in Name Only) deal whilst a large number of MPs were attempting to reverse Brexit entirely. Boris Johnson took over and a version of Brexit was finally ratified at the end of 2020 but the Establishment was never happy with the part he played in it all. Even during 2020, they were still attempting to reverse Brexit whilst key members of the Brexit team were either locked down or ill with Covid.
Eventually, they got to Boris and Liz Truss became Prime Minister. However, this was not the Establishment’s choice and this quickly became clear.
Naively, many thought that a hint of democracy was still present in the country. The Brexit referendum vote had been allowed to stand and draconian Covid measures had been successfully fought against and removed. (Britain had been one of the first countries to remove all Covid mandates).
But over the past few weeks that optimism has been completely dispelled. Whether you agreed with Liz Truss’ mini-budget or not is irrelevant. The Conservative party had been democratically voted in by the general population and she was democratically voted into power by the Conservative party members. Furthermore, she had been given that power by the members, on the premise that she would get growth in Britain going again. This would be done by radically cutting taxes and was dubbed ‘Trussonomics’. She was dubbed the new Thatcher; many did not like her policies but this lady was not for turning.
I’ve reported on the ins and outs of what’s being going on in the financial markets over the last few weeks but it’s safe to say, the markets were part of the pressure to reverse course.
So on Friday, the (at the time) Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kwasi Kwarteng, was in Washington DC, meeting the bankers who would seal his fate. According to the Telegraph, it was Kwarteng’s steadfast attitude that surprised people like Janet Yellen, the US Treasure Secretary. He was unapologetic and stuck to his message of pro-growth.
After his dismissal Yellen said “she appreciated his service” but “in countries where there is generally high inflation, especially advanced countries, it’s important for fiscal policy to play not a prime role, but an important one.”
Alfred Kammer, head of the IMF’s European department said he praised the UK’s “strong institutions” but that the IMF would only deliver its verdict once policymakers’ “process of recalibrating” the policies had been completed.
It sounds like Kwasi was sent to Washington DC to be assessed but he failed miserably. He was asked to change his mind but when he stuck to his guns, the message was sent back to London that this guy must be removed.
With the message received loud and clear back in London, a new Chancellor needed to be chosen. Once again, Liz Truss thought she was in charge and looked to replace Kwasi with Sajid Javid. However, once more, the powers that be had other ideas and she was told to appoint Jeremy Hunt.
But the main question remains - where was Jeremy Hunt? Why was he not by the Prime Minister’s side when she announced his appointment?
The answer is that he was nowhere to be seen because Mr. Hunt had been in Brussels for three days. What was he doing there? Who was he meeting with? Was he being given his orders in case Kwasi couldn’t be turned?
Clearly Liz and Kwasi didn’t want to reverse course. Her extraordinarily short press conference on Monday morning looked more like a hostage video.
So Jeremy rushes back on the Eurostar with orders in hand and today reads them out. Almost all of Liz Truss’ mini-budget was obliterated. The basic rate of income tax was not cut from 20p to 19p, with this reduction being delayed “indefinitely”. The freeze on alcohol duty rates ended and dividend tax cuts were abolished. Hitting the final nail in the coffin, Mr Hunt announced that the freeze on energy bill prices, which had only just been announced and was to last for two years, would only last until April. This is being done to “incentivise energy efficiency” he said (i.e. your bills will be so high you won’t be able to afford power).
To add to the worrying list of demands that Hunt was reading out during the Globalists’ coup, he announced that there will be more spending cuts in the weeks to come. Jeremy, who trashed the NHS with austerity measures, looks like he’s bringing austerity back in to fashion again.
But, as a nod to his masters, the new Chancellor didn’t scrap all of the mini-budget. Can you guess the one part he left alone? You got it, the bankers’ bonus cap is still being lifted.
The markets cheered as Hunt read out his speech with bond yields dropping and the pound rising. A signal that policies and decisions are no longer made by the democratically elected politicians we voted in.
A sad day for the illusion of democracy we had hopes of one day restoring. The globalist elites have wrestled the UK back into its grasp and with a silent coup, installed their man, making it clear that he is more powerful than the Prime Minister.
RIP any remnants of democracy we had left.
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Very difficult to disagree with any of this. Very sad. Not that I had any fondness for or confidence in Truss. The IMF/World Bank globalists have been running just about all western countries since March 2020, and it was a matter of time before they pulled the rug out from under her feet.
i hate all politicians but Jeremy cunt has to be the worst