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I received a bit of a tip-off from a contact I have (who I'm not prepared to name or share more about), who inadvertently revealed to me that apparently the Conservative party are making preparations to call a General Election for later this year, sometime in October.

 

To be honest, I've had a feeling that this has been on the cards for sometime, and I thought it might have happened around the spring.

 

You can already see the smaller parties such as UKIP, Heritage Party, Reform etc have put themselves on a 'war-footing', and the media are already hard at work 'conditioning' the public into voting for Labour.

 

Which they will do in numbers, at least those who can be bothered to go and vote.

 

There's also been a lot of publicity about the requirement to present photo ID when voting in person.

 

So there you go, something to look forward to, having Sir Keir Starmer as your Prime Minister before the end of this year.

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

I received a bit of a tip-off from a contact I have (who I'm not prepared to name or share more about), who inadvertently revealed to me that apparently the Conservative party are making preparations to call a General Election for later this year, sometime in October.

 

To be honest, I've had a feeling that this has been on the cards for sometime, and I thought it might have happened around the spring.

 

You can already see the smaller parties such as UKIP, Heritage Party, Reform etc have put themselves on a 'war-footing', and the media are already hard at work 'conditioning' the public into voting for Labour.

 

Which they will do in numbers, at least those who can be bothered to go and vote.

 

There's also been a lot of publicity about the requirement to present photo ID when voting in person.

 

So there you go, something to look forward to, having Sir Keir Starmer as your Prime Minister before the end of this year.

 

Funny you should mention this as there are stirrings that have been circulating for 2023 among the anons out there states side since the end of last year, and i have a feeling that will be reflected here as well, a bold prediction i shall accompany this tip off and say week 44 which is end of October and start of November, and to be quite honest none of the usual bandits currently in office will be around for re-election save a few, and you already know my feelings on that one, :classic_biggrin:

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On 2/6/2023 at 12:02 PM, bamboozooka said:

back on topic

the sheepies will vote labour.

Party of the working man. Course they will. But when was the last time a true member of the working class had any position of influence in Labour? It's the usual Oxbridge PPE shower on both sides of the House of Commons. By the way., is Soros chipping a few bob to grease the skids? According to the Trump campaign in the US, that wrinkled old demon has bunged $50 million to Biden's mob.

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On 2/1/2023 at 8:51 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

I received a bit of a tip-off from a contact I have (who I'm not prepared to name or share more about), who inadvertently revealed to me that apparently the Conservative party are making preparations to call a General Election for later this year, sometime in October.

 

To be honest, I've had a feeling that this has been on the cards for sometime, and I thought it might have happened around the spring.

 

You can already see the smaller parties such as UKIP, Heritage Party, Reform etc have put themselves on a 'war-footing', and the media are already hard at work 'conditioning' the public into voting for Labour.

 

Which they will do in numbers, at least those who can be bothered to go and vote.

 

There's also been a lot of publicity about the requirement to present photo ID when voting in person.

 

So there you go, something to look forward to, having Sir Keir Starmer as your Prime Minister before the end of this year.

Landslide or majority or minority

Labour win?

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20 hours ago, Dagon44 said:

Landslide or majority or minority

Labour win?

To be honest, I don't know, and I'm past caring now.

 

Whatever happens, we won't have a Conservative government. (One could of course argue that we haven't actually had a 'conservative' government for several years now)

 

As history tends to repeat itself - yet not much changes - it will probably be another landslide Labour victory, as we saw with Tony Blair in 1997.

 

Failing that, we could end up with a Labour government propped up in coalition with the SNP.

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2 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Things Can Only Get Better!

 

Enough with the Brian 'mandroid' Cox,🤮🤣

 

You wrote below in the mega rona and i agree, but i would be surprised if what Clif_High says is wrong, give it 5 mins of your time, there is opportunity ahead, the Gold rush made more money in buckets and shovels, it just depends on your perspective, i still think @Grumpy Owl is on target, 👍

 

On 3/9/2023 at 11:38 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

At the moment it just feels like a holding pattern, indulging in tittle tattle and nothing of any great relevance beyond keeping the public distracted. I wouldn't be surprised if this "limbo time" we're in right now is because they're waiting till after the Coronation, and then we might see things change rapidly again.

 

It wasn't so long ago we had Whitty, Valance and Handcock down our throats several times a day with their doom-mongering control freakery, destroying the society we thought we had (or had been conned into thinking still existed) and showing the true nature of a lot of people out there, and how much of an illusion this "democracy" really is.

 

But now it's all back to he-said, she-said, he-did, she-did, blah blah fucking blah.

 

Only until they're ready to push again.

 

clif_high

MASS

https://www.bitchute.com/video/3O2mYR8gY0Gm/

 

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Despite the next General Election supposedly being some time away, there have been numerous news stories about (in particular) Tory MPs announcing that they will "not be standing" at the next election. Here's another one today:

 

Eddie Hughes becomes latest Tory MP to announce his Black Country departure

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Mr Hughes, who has represented Walsall North since 2017, said he is looking for a new home due to his seat being carved up under boundary changes.

Under Conservative Party rules, MPs in constituencies that are being changed as part of the latest boundary review can apply to be classed as "displaced", meaning they are permitted to seek selection elsewhere.

He is expected to put himself forward for candidacy in another constituency when the party announces its first set of seats on April 18.

It comes after West Bromwich East MP Nicola Richards and Wolverhampton South West MP Stuart Anderson both announced they were standing down earlier this week.

from: https://www.expressandstar.com/news/politics/2023/03/31/eddie-hughes-becomes-latest-tory-mp-to-announce-his-black-country-departure/

 

Now this one is slightly different as Mr Hughes does specifically mention the boundary changes which are due to come into effect from July this year.

 

But still, one does think that all these Tory MPs recently announcing that they won't be standing for election, means that an election could well be 'forthcoming', and this is a sign that some people want to save themselves some face.

 

After all, for these narcissists, it is probably better to 'step down' beforehand, rather than face the embarrassment of an electoral trouncing at the ballot box.

 

 

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Going back to my original post, it's been looking unlikely for some time, however then yesterday...

 

Sunak urged to call snap election as Johnson ally predicts return for former PM

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Rishi Sunak has been urged to call a snap general election after three quick-fire MP resignations left the Prime Minister facing by-election battles on multiple fronts.

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said Mr Sunak “must finally find a backbone” and send the country to the polls after the Prime Minister found himself three MPs down in the space of 24 hours.

The call was echoed by Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey as rival parties hope to inflict more damaging by-election defeats on the Tories.

Nigel Adams on Saturday became the latest to announce he would be quitting as an MP with “immediate effect”.

from: https://www.expressandstar.com/news/uk-news/2023/06/11/sunak-urged-to-call-snap-election-as-johnson-ally-predicts-return-for-former-pm/

 

Same old tired rhetoric, yawn.

 

But still, while I think that Sunak would be incredibly foolish to call an election - knowing full well that his party would most likely lose - this is all part of the pantomime, where situations become 'engineered'.

 

If there has been a plan all along to have the General Election in October, then Sunak will hold his nerve for now. But expect more shenanigans and wrangling later in the summer, perhaps end of August or early September, at which point Starmer will post the same Tweet again, and then...

 

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On 2/12/2023 at 6:27 PM, Jason57 said:

I can't wait til my body dies and I'm no longer here to be government by these psychopaths.

 

Before you quit so willingly, find out about the structure of Hell first. 😆

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Only the outer circle. If Starmer gets in, the gates to the inner will open.

There's no difference between the political parties in reality. They all load their pockets, lie constantly, and fuck the little people over.

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1 hour ago, Jason57 said:

There's no difference between the political parties in reality. They all load their pockets, lie constantly, and fuck the little people over.

 

So-called government is nothing more than a gang, but far worse than any private gang as it pillages and uses threats and violence under cover of the law, while claims legitimacy through various myths like the social contract.

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