Yes Prime Minister

In this country, were you to ask where exactly is this Deep State with so much power, you need look no further than Whitehall but you could, if you like, find them at Chatham House, at the clubs, in the top rooms of the lodges.

Delingpole addresses the first:

I have it on good authority that one of the main reasons Theresa May has been able to remain Prime Minister so long, despite being so singularly useless at the job, is that she has forged a devil’s pact with the civil service.

The Civil Service gets to police all her cabinet ministers – spying on their every move, like the Stasi; watering down their speeches; nipping in the bud anything that looks remotely like disloyalty or a leadership bid. In return, Theresa May allows herself to be run like the Civil Service’s puppet.

Theresa May’s government, in other words, is essentially a willing prisoner of the Deep State.

In the US, it is in every department from the State Department to the FBI but agencies behind them too, e.g. the CFR. It’s the international money power too which owns the Fed, similar over here.

In every facet of life in all western lands, these treasonous people occupy positions of power and constantly act against the people of the nation. At all levels, especially local.

They need to be taken out but by whom? They know that that question – by whom – is the stumbling block which keeps them safe.

People with a brain know all this, people without a brain vote Dem and Tory and Labour or Green or some other SJW variant. Millennials are pig ignorant fodder, ruined by teachers and the bad parents of today.

There’s not much time left, we are indeed dying off and unless the post-Millennials kick in and get wise, then the writing’s on the wall.

5 comments for “Yes Prime Minister

  1. Seeker
    November 3, 2018 at 11:16 pm

    Nil desperandum, old bean.
    This from over there.

  2. Pcar
    November 4, 2018 at 12:16 am

    Most odd. One would have expected UK Deep State to support a big-state, totaliterain, remainer. Rudd must heve really annoyed them – that said, she always looks like an eternally angry miserabilist.

    This rings true:

    Theresa May’s government, in other words, is essentially a willing prisoner of the Deep State.

    The politics of Whitehall – Europhile, politically correct, Nanny Statist – are far to the left of the cabinet and even further to the left of the Conservative grassroots. Yet because these jumped up civil servants have been given carte blanche by the Prime Minister herself to run the show, ministers and MPs are powerless to fight back.

    Act 1 May’s uncivil servants lied to and undermined Davis & BoJo

    Act 2 Hammond still in No.11 despite frequently publicly undermining May so she can appear strong by denying what he said.

    Act 3 – not performed: May rebukes & sacks Hammond.

  3. Pcar
    November 4, 2018 at 12:17 am

    The [UN] Global Compact for Migration will damage Western Civilisation

    The ‘Global Compact for Migration’, in the works since April 2017, is a rather hushed up plan to move large numbers of people from the third world to countries with a strong, sustainable economy. In other words, the United Nations along with all the countries who have signed up to this plan want to move large numbers of people from Africa, the Middle East and Central America into Europe, North America and East Asia.

    The key aspects of the plan reveal that illegal immigration will in future no longer be treated as a crime:

    I had not heard of this before; you?

    Not happy knowing SJW May will sign-up

    • November 4, 2018 at 12:37 am

      This is a worry but not surprising. Will screenshot and tweet and see the reaction.

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