So here we are. 12 December 2019. Polling Day in the most significant general election since 1997. I shall be updating this throughout the day.
Cold, windy, wet. Popular wisdom has it that weather affects voting turnout. Perhaps. Seems commonsense, but about a fifth of people (notably the elderly, though also those with medical conditions) have already voted. The elderly voters are mostly going to vote “Conservative”. How many “Conservative” voters really understand that the Conservative Party, the party of Baldwin, Chamberlain, Churchill, Macmillan, Heath and even Thatcher and John Major, inter alia, has in fact been replaced by a doppelganger, is doubtful. I imagine that many assume that the label is the same, so the contents are the same. Not so, in fact.
We have seen such Conservatives (and small-c conservatives) as John Major and Peter Oborne even telling voters to vote Labour this time. Not because John Major has suddenly become a “socialist”, but because he can see the alien nature of the present Cabinet led by Boris-idiot.
Returning to the effect of the weather, Professor Sir John Curtice, the well-known psephologist, recently dismissed the idea, saying that the weather today, already forecast then, was “just normal horrible December weather”. He lives in Glasgow, though! Well, to me it seems that the weather might have some limited effect, but the people most affected have already voted by post, so Curtice may be right.
The “British” Press, especially the popular Press (Sun, Express, Mail etc) have in their Polling Day editions gone for anti-Corbyn “Project Fear”, with Corbyn cast as a Leninist-Trotskyist cartoon, and his party as something akin to 1970s East Germany, or Chavez-Maduro Venezuela. You would not guess that many Labour policies are actually the norm in many countries of mainland Europe, including those run by “conservative”-oriented parties.
The Jewish-Zionist attacks on Corbyn and Labour are highlighted. The Daily Mail even has horrible actress Maureen Lipman on the front page, under the title “national treasure”. Oh, yes, the “national treasure” who said that if Corbyn became Labour leader, she would leave the UK and go to live in Israel or the USA. Never happened. In fact, she said something similar even in 2014. She’s still here.
The attacks are an alien interference in this election.
On the other hand, only a minority of people now read a newspaper, even online.
Back to the postal voting. It probably is mostly Conservative. The typical Conservative Party voter is a fairly comfortably-off or at least not very poor pensioner. The typical Labour voter is probably under-35, probably/maybe not white.
Should I guess at the outcome?
It is probably a fool’s errand to guess the result of the election. Still, as blogger, one has some kind of responsibility not to sit on the fence.
The polls show Conservatives leading Labour by 5-10 points. Bearing in mind the 2-3 point errors inherent in opinion polling, that might result in anything between a Conservative majority of 100 or even 150 to a hung Parliament with the Conservatives only just the largest party and 40 short of a majority. That might lead to a Labour minority government supported by the SNP.
My prediction is: either a hung Parliament or a very small Conservative majority (under 10).
Admittedly, there is subjective bias, inasmuch as my favoured result would be a hung Parliament, possibly with Labour as largest party, but the latter is unlikely. If there is a hung Parliament, it must be heavily odds-on that the Cons will win the most seats.
My impressions of the last week of the campaign:
- As I had expected from the start, a tightening in the polling.
- Boris Johnson looking less and less “prime ministerial”. The incidents such as the refusal to look at the picture of the little boy on the hospital floor, the hiding in a fridge to avoid questions, the losing control generally…; for me, those incidents play back to other times (eg the 2011 London riots) when Boris found that there was a crisis or unexpected event happening, and Boris was at a loss as to what to do or even how to react. Boris is no good in a crisis.
- A gradual dawning on many people (but will it be enough?) that to give the “Conservatives” a majority is to throw away the UK, its remaining rights and decencies —and whatever freedoms still exist— and to become complete slaves of a ZOG [Zionist Occupation Government] regime.
Photos of a few polling stations only (see the report), but an interesting straw in the wind. Young people, so probably mostly voting Labour. If enough young people voting Labour get out in the marginal seats and actually vote, they can swing this whole election.
BBC batting again for Boris-idiot. The Zionist lobby must be behind it. “They” infest the BBC, Sky, ITN, all the msm outlets, whether TV, radio, or Press; book publishing too…
Below, an amusingly-put and very true piece about the stupidity of the post-2010 “Austerity” policies of David Cameron-Levita, George Osborne and Theresa May (all part-Jew):
Only Greece followed the same policy as the UK. The more successful European and other countries and economies did not, and were better rewarded.
In the future, there must be Basic Income for all citizens (but not for any untermenschen just off the boat)
1225: Polling day continues.
BBC drone Laura Kuenssberg (yet another part-Jew, btw) is under severe criticism for her breach of electoral law in commenting on the outcome of postal ballotting a whole day before the close of polling. In fact, her obvious bias against Labour and Corbyn (well, hardly surprising: BBC, a part-Jew and on £250,000 a year plus expenses!) might actually have helped Labour, in that if Labour-leaning voters think that the postal vote heavily favours the Cons (as it no doubt does) then it might just stimulate others to go and vote despite the cold, despite the wet, despite the wind.
Looks like someone just woke up…
Meanwhile, one major Jew-Zionist troll and schemer is afraid of the people’s wrath:
[for information about Silverman and his cabal, try Google, or read such as, e.g. https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/]
Talking about the extreme Jewish element, I took a look for the first time in months at the Twitter page of “Hope not Hate”, the misnamed and mainly Jewish “antifascist” group. Well, they do not seem to know what to do about this election. Most of their tweets today and for several days past have hit out at, of all contending parties, the Brexit Party! Which is on 2% in the polling and has no chance of getting even 1 MP (a longshot chance might be Hartlepool but I doubt it). I suppose that well-funded HnH, as a basically Jewish-run outfit, wants to depose Corbyn and any “antisemitic” Labour people in office, but does not favour Boris-idiot either. “Result— misery”, as Mr. Pickwick said (“result— irrelevance” too, in the case of HnH).
This, below, made me laugh! True, too.
Chris Patten is a smug bastard, but I cannot disagree with this:
Or this, if true!
“Conservative” Britain, 2019:
Corbyn and el gato awaiting events. His ex-wives claim that he rarely reads a book, but if he really is reading The Grapes of Wrath, how appropriate for someone with his 1930s mindset (“No Pasaran!” Franco, the Spanish Republicans, the Comintern, Cable Street etc).
I now start to think beyond Polling Day, to the future for the main System parties. Will the Con Party collapse by 2024 merely because by then it will have virtually no members? Its membership is almost all very elderly. They may not be alive by 2024. On the other hand, the younger part of the population is used to “virtual reality” and spends much of its time in “cyberspace”, so a “political party” which is just a facade (MPs, advertising, TV/radio slots) propped up by huge amounts of money from finance-capitalist sources, but with few real members, may not seem so strange. Perhaps.
…and I just saw this (below). Looks as though someone else woke up.
and this is interesting: could Boris-idiot lose his seat?
At the same time, Boris-idiot could, constitutionally, still be Prime Minister even if neither an MP nor a peer! Fact. I suppose that, were he to be dumped at Uxbridge, a Con MP drone in a safe seat would resign anyway, a by-election would be held in January and Boris-idiot would be back as MP. Hey presto! Long live “democracy”!
On the other hand, if Boris-idiot lost his seat, I should imagine that he would face an immediate leadership challenge.
Why would a Con MP in a safe Con seat resign to make way for Johnson? Let’s say…a peerage, and maybe some back-pocket offshore monies in the BVI or Panama, paid by Johnson’s (((secret backers))). Most Con MPs could be bought for a million (or less).
Two and a half hours to go.
I was struck also by the statistics in the tweet: “8.8 on the Richter Scale” and “88% of Tory election ads found to contain lies.” 88? HH!…
It recalled to mind the synchronicities of The Morning of the Magicians
BBC election broadcast, Huw Somebody with (as good as, perhaps actual) Israeli agent Priti Patel. Disgusting.
Exit poll of 22,000 voters showing possible Con majority of about 80. Disaster for Labour, if so. The Jew-Zionists have been pulling out all the stops to procure such a result. The “Conservatives” have spent millions more than Labour—acquired from finance-capitalist speculators— to fool the electorate.
John McDonnell on now, with Andrew Neil. He has the chance to put the Zionist lobby in the dock (its influence in and over the mass media etc) but looks like he will —again— fail to really hit hard, or at all, against the Jewish Zionist lobby.
If there is a big majority for the Conservatives, it just reinforces the obvious fact that the supposed “democratic” system is merely a fraud. A Zionist-contaminated fraud.
The Zionist Jews will be celebrating. They think that they have defeated both Labour and “anti-Semitism”. “They think it’s all over”. Au contraire. It has just begun in the wider sense.
2255: Now Farage is on BBC, talking with Andrew Neil. Neil grilling Farage. Farage weaselling. He comes over ever more as a total idiot. Had Farage kept on trucking in this election, had he not stabbed his own party in the back, Brexit Party would probably have won a couple of seats, and, in the circumstances of a hung Parliament, Brexit Party might have morphed into the “Reform Party” Farage has been talking about and from there, who knows? As it is, Brexit Party is finished, Farage is finished. A conman.
2203: Now a Pakistani “Scotsman” from the SNP is on the BBC. Talking about SNP (likely) successes. I predicted 50+ SNP seats. It may happen.
2330: Blyth Valley, Labour since the year dot, has gone Con by about 700 votes. This is the beginning of the end for Labour in the Northern part of England.
2355: Nicholas Soames on BBC. Trying to pretend that he supports Boris-idiot. Trying to project that he is still relevant. He may be little more honest than Boris-idiot, hard to say, but clothes his nonsense in old-school-tie, the-old-regiment camouflage…
The “co-leader” of the Green Party on TV. Silly fellow, though I agree with him that the voting system is both unfair and broken.
Laura Kuenssberg claiming that voters “cared” about the “antisemitism” allegations re. Corbyn. At the BBC, the (((propaganda))) never stops.
First collected thoughts:
First thought is how easy it is for lying centres of media and political power to fool a basically uneducated, or only superficially educated mass. In view of the amount the UK spends on education, the result is pathetic.
I am going to call it a day for now and resume with a new blog post tomorrow.