The predictable tends to turn out as predicted: the Government continues to freeze out NHS protesters, Waspi campaigners, and Brexiteer Ministers. Everything is being done to divide the real British People of all ethnicities, ages and social classes…and undermine the things they voted for. Step out of the stockade, folks: or be slaves forever.
DAVIS ACCUSES HAMMOND AS MPs TO GET VOTE ON BREXIT DEAL
The Telegraph led with a “bungled pension reform” story last night, which at first I thought might be the media waking up at last to the scandal of Government embezzlement of Waspi women’s NI contributions. But it wasn’t: it was about George Osterity’s idiotic decision to restrict the amount of private pension money people can save. You have to be seriously stupid to start downgrading the State Pension, and at the same time (in an environment of enormous stock market uncertainty and appalling annuity rates) turn the uncertainty into a ghastly reality that says “saving for a pension is no longer worth it”.
As for the plight of Waspi victims, it didn’t get a mention. A huge amount of effort has been carried out (often by rank and file Waspi self-starters) in the last few weeks, such that the profile of this blatant fraud has been raised among local government, regional media and Westminster Opposition opinion leaders. But the actual DWP reaction has been zilch.
I’m at a loss for advice to proffer the various Waspi groups beyond where I started: until such time as affected SPA losers start becoming a serious tabloid-level embarrassment to the crew of the Mayflower, the pirate ship will carry on plundering everything the New Poor might have expected to get in terms of support from the State.
Every time Imelda Maycos gets up to speak now, I groan internally, because I know that bromides will be spoken and comfy South-Eastern smuggies will nod approvingly, but socially things will go from bad to worse; and economically, our home-grown version of the neocon business model will start to devour itself at a faster rate than elsewhere.
This will become particularly apparent once the perfect financial storm hits. At which point, of course, Brexit will get the blame.
Brexit itself is, at the moment, a predictable script in need of a twist at the end. I can thus take no credit at all for predicting the steps involved, as a reasonably smart kid of seven could work them out.
The day after the Referendum, I wrote:
‘….I invite Brexiteers to watch (and listen carefully to) Boris Johnson’s statement of this morning, in which he dismissed any need “for haste”, and saw no reason “to invoke Article 50”. That seems to be an extraordinarily odd thing to say in the Hour of Victory. The 2007 Lisbon Treaty Article 50 makes it clear that
A government must trigger the article by officially notifying the EU of its intention to leave. There will then be a two-year period in which the terms of the leaver’s exit are negotiated.
……..Be vigilant. It is way too early to relax.’
As we have seen, Article 50 is receding (and being played down), Brexit has now been segmented into ‘hard’ and ‘soft’, and every last pro-globalist media title and site in the world is predicting disaster if Brexit goes through.
By August 29th, I was suggesting:
‘What we’re looking at here is a cynical “realist” in Number Ten keen to come out of “the Brexit process” with as little merde sticking to her as possible. She can have her people leak that Hammond is out of line, but she appointed him to be 2inC knowing full well his level of attachment to the European Union…..Military, geopolitical, security, global power and political sabotage are in full swing as Leavers grasp full extent of perfidy involved…’
Now this morning, there’s a prominent Telegraph piece featuring an accusation from Brexit Minister David Davis that Hammond’s Treasury Ministers ‘are doing all they can to undermine the Brexit process’.
During the first week in October, I spent several days pumping the small number of national and local officials who will still accept Slog calls. I concluded that next:
‘Negotiations proceed with the EU, while every major media combine on the planet ups the ante on what a disaster Brexit would be, and how the EU has the upper hand. [May] then puts the resultant deal to a Parliamentary vote….’
This is indeed what the Mayflower has now agreed to….but Mother Theresa has cleverly positioned this is as her “giving way under pressure”. The pressure is coming from Hammond, and her own survival instincts….not from MPs.
On the same day, I went on to predict that:
‘….the Commons votes 4-1 to accept what is obviously a diluted Brexit….Theresa sympathises publicly with the Leaves, but says it isn’t on to have another Referendum so soon. However, she insists that, as the PM, she must have a clear, elected mandate to get tough with Brussels. Privately, she calculates that the eurozone economy will be looking worse, and the euro’s systemic banking problems will be clearly apparent. So we have a General Election….’
I think this is looking ever more likely. To quote one MP directly,
“May wants the excuse to have an election, because she thinks Labour’s campaign will be sabotaged by the Blairites, and Jeremy Corbyn’s huge popularity among Labour Party members will not be translated into the votes of less active downmarket voters: these people will defect to UKIP in increasingly large numbers. But under the FPTP voting system, this will mean fewer Labour MPs rather than a lot more UKIP members. She thinks she will win with a substantial majority, Labour will be routed, Corbyn will be ousted, and UKIP will be all over the place….as they already are.”
It does make eminent sense. We shall see, as events unfold. Or – more likely – unravel in the light of much bigger events.
But here’s the twist that might change the script.
Over the last six years, in one way or another, the Treasury has screwed the elderly, screwed the hospital doctors and nurses, screwed the disabled, and tried to screw the democratic will of the British People.
I put forward once more the need for a movement rather than a political Party…a United Front for the Vulnerable
That is, SPA, Junior Doctor, disabled and nursing campaigners should deliver a clear and united ultimatum before the coming election: votes formerly destined for the Conservative Party will go to either UKIP or Labour – whoever has the best chance in any constituency – unless The Real Deal is on offered to the NHS, Waspis, Brexiteers and the disabled.
3.2 million votes can make a difference. The only thing required here is the pragmatism and political will to turn up at the Polling Booth and do it.
The Left, of course, won’t do it. But their destiny seems to me now, more and more, one of self-destruction.