The Unz Review:ㅤLiz Truss and Britain’s 0.17% Democracy (Monocracy), by Brett Redmayne-Titley

the-unz-review:ㅤliz-truss-and-britain’s-0.17%-democracy-(monocracy),-by-brett-redmayne-titley

22-09-22 04:15:00,

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” – John F. Kennedy.

With another unelected Prime Minister continuing the Conservative Party’s forty-year destruction of the British family—sans the rich—and hyperinflation looming above a long predicted economic depression, let us examine the day’s headline on the ascent of Liz Truss.

“After a drawn-out contest, the country’s ruling Conservative Party on Monday picked Liz Truss to be its new leader and the U.K.’s new prime minister.â€

“A Drawn Out Contest†was merely a tepid daily media championship interspersed by a brief commercial break for the three unsubstantial debates. Here, these purported conservatives offered only the path of least resistance featuring more deficit spending repackaged behind their two eager smiles.

Sunak and Truss, as finalists had similar motivations and solid training beforehand. Both are amateur anti-populist, New World Order and World Economic Forum disciples vying to become the next UK PM to wantonly fellate their masters in Brussels, Washington or the House of Lords when not busy servicing Klaus Schwab.

And, well, of course, the Windsors.

“Ruling Conservative Party†was, when using metrics, another media distortion that ignored the fact that the PM was selected by a paltry, yet divisive subset of 0.29% (140,000) of registered British voters. This brash falsehood also failed to remind the reader that the Conservative Party did not win the last national election, it purchased it.

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