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The “Free World” isn’t looking so free these days, by Jordan Schachtel

The West moves relentlessly towards totalitarianism. From Jordan Schachtel at dossier.substack.com:

The Anglosphere is completely captured by globalist interests.

The world’s English-speaking nations that share historical and ideological ties — commonly referred to as the Anglosphere — were once understood as the world’s most powerful beacons for the tenets of freedom. Through our elected politicians in 2022, however, this social contract has vanished, and its ideas are completely absent within the halls of political power. In today’s Anglosphere, it’s difficult to find a politician or policymaker, on either side of the dominant political factions of government, who genuinely defends the enlightenment principles that sparked the incredible and unprecedented human flourishing of past decades and centuries.

This morning, British Prime Minister Liz Truss announced her resignation after only 6 weeks in office.

Much of the legacy media cited a “Tory revolt,” leading the Free World normies to believe that perhaps some kind of freedom rebellion has occurred.

In fact, just the opposite is true. Truss, they say, stepped out of line by proposing a “risky plan” to cut taxes.

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Liz Truss and Britain’s 0.17% Democracy (Monocracy), by Brett Redmayne-Titley

The new British Prime Minister is dyed-in-the-wool WEF with big plans but no political base. From Brett Redmayne-Titley at unz.com:

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” John F. Kennedy.

With another unelected Prime Minister continuing the Conservative Party’s forty-year destruction of the British family—sans the rich—and hyperinflation looming above a long predicted economic depression, let us examine the day’s headline on the ascent of Liz Truss.

“After a drawn-out contest, the country’s ruling Conservative Party on Monday picked Liz Truss to be its new leader and the U.K.’s new prime minister.”

“A Drawn Out Contest” was merely a tepid daily media championship interspersed by a brief commercial break for the three unsubstantial debates. Here, these purported conservatives offered only the path of least resistance featuring more deficit spending repackaged behind their two eager smiles.

Sunak and Truss, as finalists had similar motivations and solid training beforehand. Both are amateur anti-populist, New World Order and World Economic Forum disciples vying to become the next UK PM to wantonly fellate their masters in Brussels, Washington or the House of Lords when not busy servicing Klaus Schwab.

And, well, of course, the Windsors.

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British Media Turn on Putin War Plan. But Will They Turn on the New Clown in Downing Street? By Martin Jay

Support for the Ukraine-Russia war is fading in Great Britain, as it is in much of Europe. The new British Prime Minister, Liz Truss, is a hawk, paid up member of the WEF set, and by most accounts a dim bulb. From Martin Jay at strategic-culture.org:

It’s becoming harder and harder for any British PM to state that the British are not part of the war in Ukraine, Martin Jay writes.

To understand how the British media works and what’s behind the decisions it takes you don’t have to be very bright at all. In fact, you can be really quite dim and still get it, it’s really that simple. Gone are the days when a Brit would buy a paper, perhaps in the 70s and 80s as he or she wanted to be led by smart people who have strong views about given subjects – and stuck to those principles – the media in the UK has shifted to a more basic model: being led itself by popularity. Newspaper editors in the UK are not interested in being smart, having prescient views which they share with us, or even being right. About anything. The new model is really all about gauging early on what popular opinion will be on a given subject and then following the trend. And so, no need to scratch your head and agonise over why the British press is starting to take a more cynical, sceptical view on the war against Russia – by starting to point out to readers that the West’s sanctions are in fact only punishing the West’s citizens and hardly affecting humble Russians at all – as is the case recently, which was kicked off by The Sun newspaper. The tabloid listed all of the items of food, as well as energy which UK citizens were paying through the nose for and made a comparison to Russia’s. This might seem trivial, or even remedial journalism, but it’s a fundamental point which needs making, which, until now has not been voiced by the more highbrow broadsheet journalists who have been aware of the nuances of so-called Russian sanctions but have not really known how to go about writing such a piece.

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The Clowns of Winter Harry the UK Down, by Tom Luongo

The British have a new Prime Minister who may be an even bigger bozo than Boris Johnson. From Tom Luongo at tomluango.me:

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Liz Truss’ Global Britain Agenda Tries to Reverse Time, by Matthew Ehret

Liz Truss, an idiot and Great Britain’s probable next Prime Minister, is going to try to restore the empire. Good luck with that. From Matthew Ehret at strategic-culture.org:

The British Empire continues to exert a vast top-down influence over world affairs, Matthew Ehret writes.

Many things are reversible. That weight you put on last thanksgiving, the potholes strewn throughout New Jersey, and even hair loss can easily be reversed.

One thing that isn’t reversible is time, but despite its impossibility, delusional power hungry technocrats have shown themselves absolutely committed to throwing the world not only back to the glory days of 19th century British imperial geopolitics, but even further back into the height of medieval feudalism, albeit with some modern technocratic twists.

Current aspiring leader of Britain Liz Truss, who will certainly be taking the baton of the UK ship of state in September has outlined her commitment to restoring the idiotic policy of “Global Britain” which is merely a pathetic attempt to restore the British Empire to its glory days while revamping the long-standing agenda first laid out by Cecil Rhodes in his 1877 will (aka: My Confessions of Faith) where the arch racist said:

“Why should we not form a secret society with but one object the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole uncivilised world under British rule for the recovery of the United States for the making the Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire”.

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