A few political thoughts, on “the longest day”
Well, it is the longest day of the year in terms of light v. darkness. That’s all about that. About politics, though, that is not all. First of all, we continue to see opinions about the Chesham and Amersham by-election upset. People saying that it was about HS2 and lax conservation of the Green Belt. Others saying that all three System parties favour HS2. Some talking (ludicrously, to my mind) about (another) “LibDem revival”, while said party is scoring only about 7% in national polling.
I admit that I had thought that the misnamed “Conservatives” would retain Chesham and Amersham, though with a large LibDem protest vote.
I think that the way to look upon such a result (and the one in Hartlepool recently) is as akin to, say, the Brexit Referendum. A kick at the status quo.
People are not satisfied with the way the country is declining, want something done, and see that the System parties are useless and indeed often hostile to their interests, but see also that there are no credible parties outside the System either.
Look at Batley and Spen. A Labour candidate in effect trying to benefit from the sympathy vote around her assassinated (5 years ago) sister, which sympathy vote may not even exist, in that the 2016 by-election was totally rigged by having no main party opposition; the turnout was only 25%! Some “sympathy vote”! About 80% of eligible voters did not vote Labour in 2016! Makes you think.
The Conservatives, if they win at Batley, will not really win on merit, but because people, especially white people (the people “formerly known as” English…) have given up on Labour. The former Labour voters, if English, will either abstain, or vote Conservative, but I would guess mostly abstain. As for the Muslims, who are very important in the by-election, they would until recently have all voted Labour, but now that it is clear that Labour is totally controlled by the Jewish lobby, will either abstain or vote Galloway (“Workers’ Party”).
Look at the joke “parties” and candidates on the “British nationalist” side at the by-election! Ann Marie Waters and Jayda Fransen! I would not vote for either of those were I in Batley and Spen! Forget it…
What most English (I say “English” specifically) people want is an English form (no uniforms and salutes!) of National Socialism, but brought into the contemporary milieu as pan-European social nationalism. The problem is that most of those people do not know it…and of course are misled by “the usual suspects” in the msm.
Then we have the continuing nonsense around the Coronavirus “panicdemic”. Continuing facemask nonsense, continuing and hugely damaging lockdowns etc. Apparently, there will be a fourth “national lockdown”! All because of the “Indian variant” (aka “Delta variant” in case Indians are offended), which in most people has symptoms akin to a mild cold. This would be ridiculous, but of course is really part of a transnational conspiracy, imposition of a “Great Reset”.
Talking about political parties in the UK, only (a few) Conservative Party MPs have even turned up at the House of Commons to protest against the recent lockdown extension. The Labour, LibDem and SNP MPs did not attend. Not one. So much for “democratic choice”! Like a box of Soviet chocolates— different shapes, but all with the same filling!
Well, George Galloway may be a political joke, but msm drones like John Sweeney are not always reliable sources either. Sweeney once called IRA murderer Martin McGuinness [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_McGuinness] one of his “political heroes”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Sweeney_(journalist).
…and much, maybe 90%, of that refers to the Jewish-Zionist influence and/or control over the British mass media…
That is not the only aspect, however. We are now seeing a similar pattern of control and censorship in respect of the “Covid-19” “panicdemic”: