Part 3 of 3
God save the Queen
The fascist regime
They made you a moron
A potential H bomb
God save the Queen
She’s not a human being
and There’s no future
in England’s dreaming
— The Sex Pistols
It is somewhat ironic that a nation that can trace its democratic roots as far back as the Anglo-Saxon King Athelstan, nearly a millennium ago, is today standing on the brink of having Jeremy Corbyn – the leader of the Labour Party, who is an IRA apologist, a former Trotskyite, and an advocate for a one-party state – as its next Prime Minister.
Despite deep divisions within his own party, riven as it is with Jewish and Muslim discord, it is just feasible – if he can overcome some of the other party leaders’ egos as they jockey for position – that by harnessing the support of anti-Brexit Conservative rebels, Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru, Greens, and the Scottish National Party, that Corbyn could force a vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson’s new cabinet and form a caretaker government before calling a general election.
And after he met with Tory Remainers such as expense fraudster Caroline Spelman and arch-conniver Dominic Grieve, the opportunist Labour leader issued a chilling letter which read :
This government has no mandate for no deal, and the 2016 EU referendum provided no mandate for no deal. I therefore intend to table a vote of no confidence at the earliest opportunity when we can be confident of success . . . Following a successful vote of no confidence in the government, I would then, as leader of the opposition, seek the confidence of the House for a strictly time-limited temporary government with the aim of calling a general election, and securing the necessary extension of Article 50 to do so.
In other words, a cabalistic coalition is deliberately obstructing the will of 17.5 million voters under the guise of a disputable technicality, and continues to collaborate with and pay over £39 billion of hard-earned British taxpayers’ money to a supranational socialist entity whose unelected Commission has regularly failed to obtain a clean bill of health even from its own auditors in the very recent past . The official wording of the audit called attention to the Commission being “affected by material error” and being in need of “urgent reform.”
Such a travesty hardly fills one with confidence – unless, of course, you are like Neil Kinnock, the former head of the Labour Party, and his wife, who are already riding the gravy train; or if you are like former Conservative Minister Ken Clarke, a man who said that immigrants make Britain “far more exciting and healthier,” and that the United Kingdom Independence Party was full of “fruitcakes, loonies, and closet racists.” Let’s not forget Labour’s Yvette Cooper, former Chief Secretary at the Treasury under Gordon Brown’s administration and Ed Balls’ (the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families) wife, who reportedly “flipped homes” and submitted very suspect expense accounts amounting to close to a hundred thousand pounds according to a parliamentary ombudsman investigating the potential fraudulent behavior of elected members in 2009. Both Clarke and Cooper typify the current Westminster elite, who despise their own country and its people, and who are so enamored with the swindlers in Strasbourg that they would sell their own grandmothers to an Israeli brothel managed by Ghislaine Maxwell in order to buy a ticket on the Eurostar.
As Tony Blair once said, “The European Union is not a project about peace, it’s a project about power.” In addition to its single currency and open borders ethos, Article 28 of the Lisbon Treaty facilitates the setting up of a European Defense Agency, with EU battle groups to be stationed around the world, and an EU navy to be deployed against sea-borne threats to trade and security. This is military posturing which has witnessed the Euro Corps marching under the EU flag in the courtyard of the EU’s headquarters in Strasbourg, and Members of the European Parliament denouncing “Russian aggression” in the Baltics. In the meantime, their public relations staff spreads rumors and innuendo about Marine Le Pen, Matteo Salvini, and other Right-leaning or national populist parties being in Putin’s pocket. This is exemplified by the entrapment scam carried out against Heinz-Christian Strache, the head of the Austrian Freedom Party, in July 2017. And yet no one resigns and no scandal ensues when George Soros funds Remain groups like Best for Britain, or migrant caravans heading towards the US’ southern border, or Democratic Party cadres, or anti-family women’s groups all over the world, or Black Lives Matter “activists” who foment riots in places like Detroit. Soros further wants the EU to commit to giving Africa thirty billion euros as part of a new “Marshall Plan”; militates against national populists like Viktor Orbán; spends billions on maintaining the current liberal-Left establishment; and receives glowing praise in publications like The New York Times Magazine, which has written  that his “Judaism and career in finance render[ed] him a made-to-order phantasm for reactionaries worldwide,” to which Soros replied in a hubristic tweet : “I must be doing something right to look at who my enemies are.”
I must be doing something right to look at who my enemies are. https://t.co/s9NwQM0QQp 
— George Soros (@georgesoros) July 17, 2018 
Here is a partial transcript of a response to George Soros given by Gerard Batten, a former leader of UKIP and a Member of the European Parliament, after Soros had addressed the European Parliament about the turmoil in Britain being a clear sign of “Leavers’ Remorse”:
It is not Leavers’ Remorse but is a concentrated propaganda effort by the media establishment, the political establishment, and the banking and financial establishment to actually try to undermine the result of that referendum . . . You said the anti-EU and pro-Brexit vote was fueled by anti-immigration sentiment. Well, we’ve had uncontrolled and unlimited immigration in the UK for many years, and that certainly played a part. But what this was really about was a pro-democracy vote. People in England and Wales voted to leave to get back democratic control of their country . . . You said there were two looming crises, that came in the form of the financial markets and military crises . . . Regarding the financial crises, yes, we can expect one to be engineered by the crooks in Goldman Sachs and various other financial institutions . . . There is a real crisis, however . . . a financial crisis which is coming, and that is because the Eurozone and most of its Member States’ public finances are nothing but gigantic Ponzi schemes . . . The second, the military threat, is actually because the EU’s foreign policy pretentions are undermining NATO . . . Now I come to my point: You said it was tragic that the budget for the EU had been reduced to 1.27% of GDP for each national government. So I agree with you, let there be a euro-tax so people can see just how much this project is costing . . . And by the way, however long this crisis is, I’d be surprised if you don’t make some money out of it, like you usually do!
It is almost time now to see if Mr. Batten was on the money. And from where I am sitting, I can just make out the Rothschild vultures circling over the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral.