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Voting has just concluded (at 8pm) among Tory MPs as to whether they wish Boris Johnson to continue in his role as Prime Minister.

Boris Johnson

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-60289386

 

Votes are being counted now with the result expected to be announced at 9pm this evening.

 

I think its entirely predictable that he is going to lose this one. He's had his turn as chief of puppets, now that the 'Covid crisis' is all but over, his job is done, someone else gets to have a go for the 'next crisis'.

 

We've seen this play out before with David Cameron and then Theresa May.

 

But the thing then is who is next?

 

All you end up with is another globalist elite puppet ready to follow orders and progress the agenda further, while the unwitting public believe that a 'fresh new face will deliver some change'. (Not for the better though).

 

So we'll probably end up with either Sajid Javid (ex-Deutsche Bank banker who gave up a lucrative salary and job to "become an MP") or Priti Patel (previously sacked from ministerial role for unauthorised meetings with Israeli government officials while claiming to be 'on holiday' in the country 🤔).

 

Or perhaps "rich list newcomer" Rishi Sunak gets to have a go?

 

The Tories get to further boost their 'woke credentials' by delivering us the 'first BAME prime minister'.

 

The danger though is if the new PM goes on an 'ego trip' and decides to call a snap general election.

 

 

It's all so predictable, I wrote about this back in December last year!

All change in 2022? Are Boris’ days numbered?

https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2021/12/19/all-change-in-2022-are-boris-days-numbered/

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11 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

I think its entirely predictable that he is going to lose this one.

 

I'm not so sure.  I think he is safe for the moment.

 

Don't forget Michael Gove as a contender. He was in Washington for the Bilderberg meeting last

week, which the MSM have ignored.

 

https://www.bilderbergmeetings.org/meetings/meeting-2022/participants-2022

 

 

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1 minute ago, Golden Retriever said:

Don't forget Michael Gove as a contender. He was in Washington for the Bilderberg meeting last

week, which the MSM have ignored.

 

Jeremy Hunt has also stuck his head above the parapet today, so could fancy himself as a contender as well.

 

The media would love that as well, for obvious reasons. 🤪

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I can tell you who never gets to be head of state anywhere in the world:

 

A real statesman or stateswoman with an excellent education, a real love of the common person and a burning desire to solve tough problems with daring reforms

 

Who does get the role:

 

An expert prompter reader who can look at the left prompter and then the right prompter, and not feel silly about it

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All this has done is show him he can still do what he wants and get away with it no matter what. It shouldn't be them deciding if he's in or out, it's us that should be making these decisions. Dam, I despise the ugly fucking cunt!

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1 minute ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Getting rid of Boris wouldn't make the slightest (positive) difference.

 

The whole fucking political system needs to come down.


I am in the right place for this conspiracy theorist style comment, but I genuinely believe the house of cards will be coming down in our lifetime

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37 minutes ago, ConSan said:

I don't recall a prime minister who was such an object of ridicule. I mean does anyone look at him in the entire world and think he has what it takes?

You have a short memory. Tony blair the war criminal.

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1 minute ago, Captainlove said:

You have a short memory. Tony blair the war criminal.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/twiggy-garcia-who-attempted-citizen-s-arrest-on-tony-blair-awarded-over-ps2000-9078074.html

If we lived in a genuine system of equality and justice that would have stuck and Blair would have been trialled, but instead his security team escorted them away. 

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Well he's survived for now.

 

As for next contender I get the feeling they want Sunak. For him now would be the perfect time. Doubt he will get another chance if he stays as chancellor and presides over the UK's economic breakdown. But the billionaire tag etc might not be too popular with the public especially during these times.

 

My other guess would be Zahawi. He ticks many of the boxes and seems to do anything to tow the party line. Limited time in the front row possibly working against him, maybe more for the future.

 

The one pulling the strings seems to be Gove though no matter who is in charge. His name always seems to appear in everything.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Well he's survived for now.

 

As for next contender I get the feeling they want Sunak. For him now would be the perfect time. Doubt he will get another chance if he stays as chancellor and presides over the UK's economic breakdown. But the billionaire tag etc might not be too popular with the public especially during these times.

 

My other guess would be Zahawi. He ticks many of the boxes and seems to do anything to tow the party line. Limited time in the front row possibly working against him, maybe more for the future.

 

The one pulling the strings seems to be Gove though no matter who is in charge. His name always seems to appear in everything.

 

 

I wouldnt right off Govey or Hunt.

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1 hour ago, Captainlove said:

I wouldnt right off Govey or Hunt.

You don't need to be PM to run the show. But you need a certain "look" to be electable. You will have to pardon me for perhaps talking about violence and people in this manner, but the truth is Gove has the kinda face you just wanna punch for some reason. I can't see the Tories risking such a large majority on that. He is more effective behind the main actor.

 

I don't know much of Hunt. 

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8 hours ago, Truthblast said:

I can tell you who never gets to be head of state anywhere in the world:

 

A real statesman or stateswoman with an excellent education, a real love of the common person and a burning desire to solve tough problems with daring reforms

 

Who does get the role:

 

An expert prompter reader who can look at the left prompter and then the right prompter, and not feel silly about it

 

Agreed. Anyone with any kind of care or concern for the people has been deliberatly  driven out of office. Replaced by rothschild's prompters and some of them can't even do that. Look at bumbling biden trying to read:

 

 

And here's the most powerful man on the planet doing his thing

 

 

This guy looks seriously fucked up, all those years of sucking satan's cock and chasing the dragon are really catching up with him.

 

 

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12 hours ago, Captainlove said:

You have a short memory. Tony blair the war criminal.

 

Not really, Blair was never an object of ridicule like Bojo. Thatcher and Heath were worse than Blair.

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13 hours ago, TheConsultant said:


I am in the right place for this conspiracy theorist style comment, but I genuinely believe the house of cards will be coming down in our lifetime

One can only hope 🙏

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21 hours ago, ConSan said:

I don't recall a prime minister who was such an object of ridicule. I mean does anyone look at him in the entire world and think he has what it takes?

 

You forget John Major!

 

SPITTING BACK: Today's Politicians? 'It's Difficult to Make a Puppet of ...

 

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21 hours ago, Mr H said:

Well he's survived for now.

 

As for next contender I get the feeling they want Sunak. For him now would be the perfect time. Doubt he will get another chance if he stays as chancellor and presides over the UK's economic breakdown. But the billionaire tag etc might not be too popular with the public especially during these times.

 

My other guess would be Zahawi. He ticks many of the boxes and seems to do anything to tow the party line. Limited time in the front row possibly working against him, maybe more for the future.

 

The one pulling the strings seems to be Gove though no matter who is in charge. His name always seems to appear in everything.

 

 

 

To be honest, I found the result a bit surprising, I was fully expecting the Tories to take full advantage and give Boris the chop.

 

But despite my prediction not coming to fruition this time round, it would seem that he (Boris) is on borrowed time now.

 

Let's not forget that Theresa May herself 'survived' a no-confidence vote, and then ended up resigning anyway six months later.

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19 hours ago, Mr H said:

You don't need to be PM to run the show. But you need a certain "look" to be electable. You will have to pardon me for perhaps talking about violence and people in this manner, but the truth is Gove has the kinda face you just wanna punch for some reason. I can't see the Tories risking such a large majority on that. He is more effective behind the main actor.

 

I don't know much of Hunt. 

Hunt loves the NWO direction.

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21 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/twiggy-garcia-who-attempted-citizen-s-arrest-on-tony-blair-awarded-over-ps2000-9078074.html

If we lived in a genuine system of equality and justice that would have stuck and Blair would have been trialled, but instead his security team escorted them away. 

 

To shortly after receive some kind of peace prize that came with a £1 million payout, which was a gargantuan, in your face, outright piss take of the highest order. 

 

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I hate Boris but I really hate fucking wee Krankie Sturgeon she has been around since Cameron, May, Johnson and whoever takes over , I just wish she would get the boot and Fuck Right Off ! 

She is like a cockroach !

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