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The above should say 'dares', not 'dates'. 🤨

 

And come to think of it, why would anyone accept what's gone on as a genuine reason for the mutiny? What sense does it make? 

 

If that gonk was found not guilty of prior molestation claims, I don't think the fact that accussations were made that weren't upheld should be a reason to impede anyone being appointed. It would be different if he'd been found guilty, but anyone can accuse anyone else of anything at any given time without substantiation. (Not that I believe he's likely to have got where he was without being a sleaze, but that's not the point). 

 

Whereas Tony Blair on the other hand was charged with cottaging, and many of the public made known their wish for him to be tried in a court of law for the slaughter that had been justified by the mythical WMD (I, along with 100's of others, signed a petition demanding it, which was entirely ignored). But none of that has marred his continued status or  dissuaded any one of these ne'r-do-wells openly associating with him.

 

Not that I'm sticking up for Bojo, but it's just that this constant barage of BS from the lot of them keeps going unchallenged with logic, and it's beyond tedious.

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Another thing is, the co-incidental timing of this, just as various other world governments are also in more turmoil than ususal.

 

So the question is, are they all doing a runner because the truth coloured poop is about to hit the fan regarding the last few years - OR - is has this all been orchestrated in order to go all-out 1WO with the introduction of a one world government stepping into the breach(es), possibly after 1st softening everyone up / creating the need, by implementing a controlled war while we're all potentially leaderless?

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6 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

I thought the recent vote of confidence, which Bozo won by a margin of 63, meant his leadership could not be challenged for 12 months.

 

Whole thing's a circus, a pantomime. And while everyone's distracted, they get the chess pieces into place.

 

Quite enough mixed metaphors!

 

The Tories may not be able to challenge his leadership, but Boris can be pressured to resign of his own accord.

 

And that looks like what is going to happen.

 

Remember Theresa May also won a confidence vote, but then ended up resigning less than six months later.

 

BBC News are also throwing in the hint of another General Election:

General Election: When is the next one and could it be called sooner?

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Following a series of ministerial resignations, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing considerable pressure.

So under what circumstances can an early election be called and who decides when it's held?

From: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-62064552

 

I think its all part of the pantomime, and sadly at this point in time, this is the only way that Labour could guarantee winning an all-out General Election.

 

Only an idiot would dare call a GE now...

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Seems all orchestrated by design, read for next 'wave' of drama.

 

Johnson will go down as a total disgraced prick, whoever takes over will make no difference. The thought of Shabos goy Starmbot creeps me out nly as much as a Zahawi dicktatorship.😬😒

Its going to get a whole lot worse than better thats a cert.

Clownworld must fall.

 

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Yeah one thing for sure, this has NOWT to do with some gay fondler bloke from some department or other.

 

if these narcissistic fucker MPs had an ounce of decency they'd have read the CV19 Bill properly and in full and done the only human thing which was to refuse to allow such a disgraceful piece of legislation through.

 

All these pathetic "look at me" virtue-signalling nobodies adding their name to the tickertape counter of "resignations" can do one.

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12 hours ago, Morpheus said:

Correct, but if his staff keep resigning then we have hung parliament and effectively no government. Not sure that's a decent outlook either. 

 

Maybe the rothschilds can take over for a while, give the politicians a breather - oops sorry my bad

 

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The prime minister of britain, standing next to a sellout traitor. But can you guess which is which?

 

How about this ugly bitch taking over: the new royal highness, princess louise of wessex - Very la-di-da

 

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The royals claim: " There are a lot of responsibilities to fill now that Prince Andrew, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle have all stepped aside from royal activities in recent years. We need more help

According to royal analyst Phil Dampier, the Queen and Prince Philip held 1,500 patronages between them. He said: The royals have so much work to do, they are so busy - i feel sorry for them and their enormous workload. No wonder the queen is ill and exhausted - but she persevers. Poor Philip died from overtaxing himself. They love this country so much. If Lou does agree to take up the royal title of a ‘Princess,’ she will carry additional formal responsibilities such as royal duties, ambassadorships, and patronages.

You have to ask yourself who is going to continue their legacy, with Harry and Meghan and Prince Andrew off the scene. There's a huge workload there.

Prince Harry's position as a Counsellor of State to the Queen might be taken up by Louise. Lady Louise, can perform formal obligations, when the Queen is unavailable.

Louise has already completed several very difficult official tasks, including a visit to the Bristol Zoo's The Wild Place Project in 2019.

Louise’s mother, Sophie added, that her daughter Louise was ‘working hard and will do well.  I wouldn't force her, but if she wants to. She's quite clever.’

In contrast, Dampier adds that LadyLouise could indeed be a ‘secret weapon’ for the Queen.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Another thing is, the co-incidental timing of this, just as various other world governments are also in more turmoil than ususal.

 

So the question is, are they all doing a runner because the truth coloured poop is about to hit the fan regarding the last few years - OR - is has this all been orchestrated in order to go all-out 1WO with the introduction of a one world government stepping into the breach(es), possibly after 1st softening everyone up / creating the need, by implementing a controlled war while we're all potentially leaderless?

 

I'm thinking along the same lines. Destroy faith in the government, then israel can step forward as the new one world government to rule over us all. Perhaps let the peeps know the truth about the satan juice, how it was used to murder millions : Peeps rise up and riot, destroy the country, israel steps forward to take up the vacuum gap.

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43 minutes ago, jack121 said:

How about this ugly bitch taking over: the new royal highness, princess louise of wessex

 

Wessex does not exist, so she by bullshit, is a FauxBrew trying to ignite old Fiefdoms, as though entitled, princess can go fuk for any royalty i will bestow over its face, muhahahhaha

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17 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Yeah one thing for sure, this has NOWT to do with some gay fondler bloke from some department or other.

 

if these narcissistic fucker MPs had an ounce of decency they'd have read the CV19 Bill properly and in full and done the only human thing which was to refuse to allow such a disgraceful piece of legislation through.

 

All these pathetic "look at me" virtue-signalling nobodies adding their name to the tickertape counter of "resignations" can do one.

 

It is astonishing isn't it, the level of apparent emotion and 'principles' shown for something that doesn't, as usual, matter at all, and yet when 'you' look back to the bills that were voted through without resignations, let alone resistance and representation of the constituents. In a few instances I did believe, or at least wanted to believe, some of the MP's who at least appeared to try to stand against 'it'. I thought it was possible that the weight of the system against them was too great, especially with the warnings of so called avoidable deaths, if they were wrong. They were told it wasn't their area, as they weren't experts!

 

I say this even while being aware that most MP's who do stand up are doing so as actors, to give us a false sence of security, that someone is doing something so that we don't have to.

 

I watched, with urgency, the debates in parliament in 2020, and heard some encouraging statements from the back benchers, and wondered what would happen if the public got behind even one of those voices? These speeches were usually 3 minutes long maximum. They didn't get in the news, except perhaps Desmond Swayne, who appeared to be genuine, and even if he wasn't it was comforting to hear him put our concerns into words of reason. 

 

I enjoy listening to the debates in the House of Commons and the House of Lords, in complete contrast to Prime Ministers Questions, and find them very respectable, and not the argumentative time wasting of the senior ministers that are highlighted in the headlines. 

 

I wrote down several MP's names during 2020 / 21, as they're almost completey unknown in the mainstream. We were overwhelmed, and their voices got lost in the mix.

 

I heard on the news this morning "There are Tory MP's so angry that they don't think Boris can hang on for a few more months."

 

What does it take to make them angry? Trivial things. Modern things. Certainly not the same things that make us angry. Is this the result of everything being deliberately turned upside down?

 

 

 

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Today I heard a couple of people on the radio say that Sunak sounds like Blair. I notuce that every time I hear him. And because of that I find his voice quite sickening. 😆

He speaks very slowly, but today during his press conference he speeded up a bit, trying to sound a bit more normal. 

 

 

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25 minutes ago, Observations said:

Today I heard a couple of people on the radio say that Sunak sounds like Blair. I notuce that every time I hear him. And because of that I find his voice quite sickening. 😆

He speaks very slowly, but today during his press conference he speeded up a bit, trying to sound a bit more normal. 

 

 

 

And failing I shouldn't wonder. He speaks slowly to give us thickies a chance of keeping up with his point. Patronising little snot that he is.

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25 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

... He speaks slowly to give us thickies a chance of keeping up with his point ...

 

I hate all that stalling, and they have nothing interesting or thought provoking to say. 

 

I often think of the quotes from Babe

 

"Fly decided to speak very slowly, for it was a cold fact of nature that sheep were stupid, and there was nothing that could convince her otherwise."

 

"The sheep decided to speak very slowly, for it was a cold fact of nature that wolves were ignorant, and there was nothing that could convince them otherwise"

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