Choice for UK PM Between the Devil and Deep Blue Sea

Ordinary Brits have no say over who resides at No. 10.

Ruling party MPs decide.

Throughout the West, democracy exists in fantasy form alone — the real thing long ago banned.

And when there’s risk of less than full-fledged establishment figures becoming head of state or winning other key races, things are rigged to prevent it.

Exhibits A and B were US federal elections in November 2020 and Britain’s December 2019 general election.

The fix was in for both.

In the US, Trump defeated the fake Biden.

Yet the latter resides in the White House.

The former returned to private life following the most egregious election fraud in US history.

Britain’s Labor Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, never had a chance against bought and paid for establishment figure BoJo.

Anglo-Zionist smearing of the former assured it.

Britain’s so-called Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) falsely accused Corbyn of “serious failings (on the issue of) addressing antisemitism and an inadequate process for handling antisemitism complaints (sic),” adding: 

“Our investigation (sic) highlighted multiple areas where (his) approach and leadership to tackling antisemitism was insufficient (sic).”

“This is inexcusable and appeared to be a result of a lack of willingness to tackle antisemitism rather than an inability to do so (sic).”

Throughout Britain’s 2019 campaign ahead of parliamentary elections, the state-controlled BBC and other MSM one-sidedly supported BoJo-led Tories over Labor leader Corbyn’s progressive change agenda.

Expressing support for apartheid Israel, the beeb turned truth on its head as follows, falsely saying:

“Mr Corbyn and his allies on the left had spent decades campaigning for Palestinian statehood, in contrast with the more nuanced position taken by many of his predecessors (sic).”

“Nuanced” is code language for one-sidedly supporting Israeli apartheid, ignoring its decades of high crimes against Palestinians and regional states.

Accusations of anti-Semitism are longstanding canards used against public figures, academics, and others who forthrightly criticize Israel and call for accountability.

Ignored is that anti-Zionism isn’t anti-Semitism.

Yet the long ago discredited canard keeps resurfacing against figures like Corbyn and numerous other profiles in courage like him.

Taking a stand against Zionist tyranny is a political death sentence for high-profile positions throughout the decadent, depraved West.

As expected, dirty business as usual prevailed in Britain against Corbyn and in the US against Trump — for different reasons.

Election-rigging assured the outcome of both races.

With scandal-tainted BoJo stepping down as PM, the race to succeed him is down to a final two — neither figure worthy of any public position at any level.

Imitation foreign secretary, Liz Truss, v. former chancellor of the exchequer, Rishi Sunak, is an unacceptable choice between the devil and the deep blue sea.

Or put another way — between death by firing squad or hanging.

Either way, betraying the vast majority of Brits is certain — like most always before in general elections.

And when choosing a PM, the people’s choice is excluded from consideration.

Facing off against each other in public debates, Sunak and Truss intend going all-out to show who’ll be meaner and nastier on all things Russia and China.

While for them and most others in the West, Russia is invented public enemy No. 1, Sunak followed hegemon USA’s lead by calling China Britain’s “biggest (invented) longterm threat (sic).”

Yet earlier, he called for deepening ties between both nations.

Last winter, he and BoJo expressed support for reinvigorating bilateral trade talks to attract more investments from Beijing.

In response to support for Sunak from China’s Global Times for urging increased bilateral trade, the London Daily Mail called GT’s position an “endorsement…nobody want(s).”

Shifting his position from pragmatism to toughness on China, he’s up against the queen of mean in Truss.

As previously explained, after meeting with Sergey Lavrov in Moscow early last Feb., he said their discussion was like a conversation between mute and deaf people.”

Indisputable facts go in one ear and out the other. 

Dealing with her was like talking to a wall, a bottom of the barrel/worst of the worst choice for UK PM — which makes her most likely to be chosen over Sunak and other aspirants for Britain’s top job.

Dismal UK relations with nations free from imperial control across the board most likely will sink to a new low with her at No. 10.

Perhaps she’ll push things for direct confrontation with Russia, China, Iran or all of the above.

Britain was in incompetent hands with scandal-tainted BoJo as PM.

Will he be missed if Truss replaces him?

As of July 20, 137 Tory MPs expressed support for Sunak v. 113 for Truss.

Yet she’s favored to replace BoJo by being meaner and nastier on all things Russia.

From now until September 5 when Britain’s replacement PM will be announced, both aspirants will go at each other in a series of TV debates, the first one held Monday evening.

Dates for more of the same — at different UK locations — are scheduled for July 28, August 1, 3, 4, 5, 9, 11, 16, 17, 19, 23, 25, and 31.

And BoJo’s replacement is:

We’ll know on September 5, what should be declared a day of mourning no matter who comes out on top.

A Final Comment

According to Russia’s envoy to Britain, Andrey Kelin:

Truss turns a deaf ear and blind eye to opponents.

“We saw (her) in action during her (early Feb.) visit to Moscow.”

“It was a sad sight.”

“I don’t think she will be able to do anything at a higher level.”  

“She never listens to any arguments or just turns a deaf ear on them. I have seen that for myself.”

While in Moscow, she refused to recognize Russian sovereignty  over its Voronezh and Rostov regions — pretending they’re part of Nazified Ukraine. 

She’s not only arrogant and incompetent, she’s stupid and hostile to virtually everything just societies hold most dear.

3 thoughts on “Choice for UK PM Between the Devil and Deep Blue Sea

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  1. Truss will win. However Bojo will not want to leave No10, I mean, why should he? The Tory party members really want Bojo to stay. The solution I expect is; a temporary change of leader for now, then another confidence vote in the not too distant future. Bojo will then be selected to emerge as the better candidate for the next General Election. By then inflation will be in the heavens, thanks to all the fiat money giveaways by Truss. Bojo will have another oven ready solution to inflation. Probably he will blame the weather, Russia or both. Interesting times!


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