First the Common Purpose placeman that May could not get rid of:
[Philip Hammond’s local party membership have reacted furiously to Guido’s investigation revealing Hammond had requested a secret meeting of his local party executive to ensure his candidacy for the next election is waved through – without consultation with the wider local party membership as took place in 2017.]
Meanwhile, an organisation which has pretty well taken over local govt in northern Labour areas is hard at it:
Momentum national co-ordinator Laura Parker has called on the group’s members to “occupy bridges and blockade roads” in protest at Boris Johnson suspending Parliament. She said: “Our message to Johnson is this: if you steal our democracy, we’ll shut down the streets.”
How to bring lawlessness to the streets. And who is the body who would be deployed to break such a blockade?
Meanwhile, Johnson persists, backed by 30 something percent of respondents … in order to bring in what? Brexit? Nope, to bring in the many times rejected WA which no one wanted and no one wants. A perfectly simple directive by the winning side in mid-2016 has been deliberately complicated into a constructed faux fight between alternatives no one wants.
But it’s sure fooling people – the sceptic MSM for a start:
The Express has been lavish in its praise of No Deal, the populist choice which Johnson continues to mouth when he has taken steps to ensure WA by ‘threat of’ No Deal. He ensures popularity by that and stunts such as the one the Wail trumpeted early Friday:
A senior Treasury aide was frogmarched out of Downing Street last night after being accused of leaking Brexit secrets to allies of Philip Hammond.
Sonia Khan who was the former chancellor’s special adviser was allegedly confronted by Boris Johnson’s chief aide Dominic Cummings. He claimed Miss Khan, who worked for Mr Hammond’s successor Sajid Javid, was helping Mr Hammond (right with Boris Johnson) and other Tory MPs attempting to stop No Deal.
When Miss Khan denied the allegations, Mr Cummings demanded that she show him her phone. Government sources said an angry exchange followed. Mr Cummings called police and Miss Khan was frogmarched out of the building.
The 8 p.m.confrontation was witnessed by other special advisers who were attending a meeting in Downing Street. According to one official, Miss Khan was told by Mr Cummings (left) that she was dismissed on the spot, ordered to hand over her mobile phone and told that her Whitehall security pass was cancelled with immediate effect.
‘The cops marched her out of No 10 while she protested her innocence. It was incredible,’ the official said.
Even our own colleagues have been fooled. Headchef@Sundayroast2017:
Who’d have guessed that promising to deliver the Brexit Referendum result and behaving like you meant it would prove popular… as Boris’s gamble paying off as Tory lead over Labour nearly DOUBLES.
I replied – reserve judgement for now. Seems to haiku’s friend that an awful lot of hornswoggling’s going on.
A glance into the murky south and Democrat revision of history:
If it were true that the South began to turn Republican due to Lyndon Johnson’s passage of the Civil Rights Act, you would expect that the Deep South, the states most associated with racism, would have been the first to move.
That’s not what happened. The first southern states to trend Republican were on the periphery: North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, and Florida. (George Wallace lost these voters in his 1968 bid.) The voters who first migrated to the Republican party were suburban, prosperous New South types. The more Republican the South has become, the less racist.
Were all Republicans models of rectitude on racial matters? Hardly. Were they a heck of a lot better than the Democrats? Without question.
That’s for the American south to argue out. However, I also noticed this from Cathy O’Brien @RealCathyOBrien:
Byrd was my self appointed ‘slave owner’ under MK Ultra mind control. He sold our country out to Deep State, and our children into human trafficking. Be aware. Knowledge is our defense against mind control, both individually and as a nation. Truth makes u.s.free!
Who was Byrd? This from the first article:
As recently as 2010, the Senate’s president pro tempore was former Ku Klux Klan Exalted Cyclops Robert Byrd (D., W.Va.).