The Choice Between Tweedle Dee And Tweedle Dum

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The political bore-fest that is the Conservative Party leadership contest has at last finished. After what seemed like an eternity, the blue-rinse Tory brigade have chosen the wooden, uncharismatic Liz Truss as ‘our’ next Prime Minister. The media has reported that the big-four Cabinet posts in her government will all go to ethnic minorities.

Truss, who went to school in Leeds, likes to model herself on her hero Margaret Thatcher. Thatcher it should be remembered, destroyed the mining industry in this country and decimated hundreds of small villages in places like Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Kent that had relied on the pits for employment. When the pits closed, so did the shops, hairdressers and pubs. Many of the small pit villages became rife with crime and drugs, where the only future was a life on the dole.

Planning ahead, Thatcher had imported and stockpiled coal from communist Poland so that any strike over pit-closures was doomed from the start. A case of capitalism and communism working hand-in-hand against the interests of the workers’ and the country. And oh, how we could do with a thriving local coal industry now.

A former Liberal Democrat, Truss had once called for both the legalisation of cannabis and the abolition of the monarchy. She studied philosophy, politics and economics at Merton College, Oxford, and joined the Conservative Party in 1996.

Ex-Liberal and Remainer Truss defeated Rishi Sunak, the multi-millionaire son of Indian immigrants, who is the MP for Richmond in North Yorkshire. Sunaks father-in-law is a billionaire. So what can we expect from the new Prime Minister?

The simple answer is nothing. Truss and Sunak are establishment lackeys who dance to the same tune. They are both in hock to the global technocrats of the World Economic Forum and have both attended WEF gatherings. Truss has used the WEF’s ‘Build Back Better’ slogan a number of times (see the image below). In 2010, ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’ himself, Tony Blair, was listed as a board member of the WEF.

So Truss will continue the policy of giving out work visas to immigrants (over 1.1 million at the last count) whilst pretending she is ‘taking back control’ of immigration. Small businesses will still go to the wall while big corporation’s flourish. And it is all at the expense of the everyday small people battling with the cost-of-living crisis that the globalist Tories are directly responsible for inflaming.

During the leadership campaign, Truss supporter Nadine Dorres tried to score points by suggesting Truss was different from the multi-millionaire Sunak by tweeting: “Liz Truss will be travelling the country wearing her earrings which cost circa £4.50 from Claire Accessories.” On Trusses rival she swiped, “Rishi visits Teesside in Prada shoes worth £450 and sported a £3,500 bespoke suit as he prepared for crunch leadership vote.” Meow.

However, Ms Truss has been in the House of Commons for just over a decade and is estimated to be worth millions. Her current net worth according to Money Transfers is £8.4million. Hardly on the breadline and worrying if she can afford to pay her utility bills.

British Movement rejects the globalist agenda set by organisations like the WEF, Klaus Schwab, George Soros and their ilk. Global capitalism needs an amorphous mass of workers to fill its sweatshops and consume its shoddy mass-produced products. It does not need an organised, vibrant, nationalist and racially aware workforce.

And the winner of the Conservative leadership election is…. Klaus Schwab

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