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Tory Lies and Coups Past and Present, Cecil King, Murdoch, and Rigging elections, or put another way The circular progress of Brexit, the predictable goal of Erdogan, the inevitable rebuttal from Barnier.
when Margaret Hodge’s Blairite clique was in charge of Labour they assaulted an elderly Jewish Holocaust survivor for daring to speak out against the criminal, genocidal war they had lied us intopic.twitter.com/2AMV87VbIK
But Tory MP Nigel Evans told the Sun: “I’d love to see the agenda. They should be thrashing out their views on anti-Semitism and their disciplinary code.
“It really does give a backdrop as to what a Momentum-backed government would look like.”
He added: “In their first 100 days they would obviously have to prepare for the run on the pound and rather than immigration controls they’d need to prepare emigration controls because of the millions of people who would try to flee the country.
“The one thing Corbyn would achieve in the first 100 days would be twinning the UK with Venezuela.”
What is striking is the similarities of the COG attempted Coup against Harold Wilson also CIA meddleing in the 1951 General Election , Infiltration of Labour By CIA and Friends of Israel front groups and the Blairite wings wish to return to being Margartet Thatchers self proclaimed greatest achievement is clearly not what is needed right now. The Change Corbyn represents may or may not look backwards which would be a mistake, or Forwards to an economics based upon a proper understanding of the Magic Money Tree, The Magic Money Tree and the Gnomes of Zurich, Wilsons Problem, Callaghamns problem and The problem for Trump and for COrbyn or indeed any other party leader that wants to get out from the Private weilding of the greatest political power eer devised by man.
After two days r&r in the Gironde, remarkably little seems to have changed. Fine, Parliament is now in “early recess” (real reasons a little murky) and some pairing arrangements went wrong, seemingly ensuring that we’ll still have a customs union with the EU (real reasons very grubby and muddy indeed, several sticks stirring the stream) but apart from that it seems that there is still no God in Heaven. MPs are officially on holiday, and so the coast is clear for Olly Robbins to declare Britain a suburb of Brussels, and for Mrs May to argue that Brexit means Brussels.
However, things might well take a turn for the worst as the day goes on: Michel Barnier is scheduled today to give us all the benefit of his views on the Chequer-Board of Brexit as he sees it. I hope he’s up to speed with how many pieces are still…