Brexit happened. In England & Wales (except London,) 55% voted
"leave". In Scotland and North Ireland the reverse.
Cameron is out. Boris backed off. And the current EU
"no negotiations, no trade
concessions, no NOTHING for the ENGLISH".
Narrative is what is used to control populations. And in the case
of Brexit, it didn't work. We the people of the world, in our
witted way, are beginning to sense that the narrative in the public
domain is a lie. I do not know Facebook or Google search or
twitter, but I
suspect that they are noticing that their control algorithms are less
Viewed from that perspective, Boris' comments (below) take on a new
meaning. Taken from that perspective, the EUrocrats in Brussels
are scared of losing their
sinecures, and the people who own them (Lets call them "The Elite") are
trying to hold the bundle together. Because, as I said in May:
Big states are loved by those who
rule. In big states we the people can be bundled into neat little
boxes. We lose our individuality. Our say is smothered, or even
censored. No islands of dissension are permitted.
Back to Boris.
Viewed from that perspective, the "punishment" narrative
being generated is revealed for what it is. A desperate construct narrative
to stop the disintegration of the Eurozone as other states' populations
consider following the
example of the UK exit.
- In the UK their parliament chooses the PM (Prime
Minister). Not like the superior US Presidential system, where
the people get to choose their own leader, not have to vote for his
party, and hope the hell he gets appointed President. As in the
UK so it is in Oz, NZ,
& Canada. When Boris saw there was no way his colleagues
would vote for him, he quit. Sure he may well have won if Public
Opinion had any say. But no, public opinion carries little weight
in that corrupted democracy.
- Boris, quite rightly, at least to my thinking,
in his final speech the optimal course of events for the Eurocrats and
the British. Basically, "all trade deals
remain in place, but
Shenkin (the internal migration agreement) and Laws (Justice as
determined in Brussels) is
- Breaking the trade agreements would hurt the EU at
as much as it would hurt the UK. Think of all that cheap dairy
and meat they could buy from New Zealand instead of France! Think
of the cheap machinery from China! And their power bills would
Because although the EU is a "free trade" area, it has extremely high
tariffs that protect French farms etc. from outside competition.
The Australian election of 2nd July has been marred by dirty tricks and
I suggest to the authorities that immediate steps be taken to
secure the Postal and other as yet uncounted votes in marginal seats.
- The Opposition leader made up a "MediScare" campaign,
- Criminals? unknown somehow found the phone numbers of
pensioners in marginal seats and texted them warnings that the
coalition planned huge cuts to Medicare which would result in cuts to
pensioner services. The texts were signed "medicare"
I note that Malcolm's smarts are "financial smarts", not "people
smarts". Even a media baron could not fix that image.
It could be argued that the problem with polling is an evolving aspect
of our Western culture. This inference is supported by the observation
that "Politically Correct" answers seem to poll stronger.
Malcolm should insist on his corporate tax reduction plan and the CFMEU
control legislation. Unless those are passed, refuse to
govern. Let Bill Shorten take over. As soon as our AAA
rating goes out the window, there will be new elections as Bill's
support among independents disappears.
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