UK Election: Another Unexpected Far Right Triumph!

The Owners-City of London crest.
The Owners-City of London crest.

May 8th, 2015.

Another Shock Right Wing Victory.

The Latest in a String of Inexplicable Results.

The latest BBC projection predicts that the British Conservative party will win 329 seats of the 650 seats in the Lower House and thus achieve a governing majority in their own right. The Tory party have now officially won at least 323 seats with 12 still in doubt and will govern in their own right. The Liberal Democrats along with the execrable U Kip are now in near political oblivion. The Lib Dems, now hold an irrelevant 8 seats and U KIP disadvantaged undoubtedly by the first past the post system, won only one seat.

The Scottish result would seem to belie the independence ballot result as the Tories and Labor won only one seat apiece of the Scottish seats along with a lone Lib Dem. . The other 56 seats were won by the Scottish National Party (S.N.P). The Scottish result was never likely to impact on the overall election result because the Tory party held almost no seats there so the losses were all to Labour and Lib Dems..

Contrary to Polls.

The result is contrary to what all the opinion polls had predicted, According to Aangirfan, the final official poll predicted the Tories would win 284 seats and Labor 263. Forty five fewer than the BBC projection.. Two days ago a Tory majority was considered simply unthinkable. Hence the Prime Minster’s statement that Labor should not be able to form power if both parties fail to achieve a majority but the Conservatives win more seats.

‘Labour can’t finish second then grab power’ David Cameron says | Daily Mail Online

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3067941/Labour-t-finish-second-grab-power-says-Cameron-PM-believes-voters-questions-makes-fresh-appeal-Lib-Dem-Ukip-supporters.html

He said that two days before the election!

This was the predicted result. It is true that polls also showed a high proportion of voters undecided, there is no reason to expect that these votes would all go to the Conservatives in all the right areas required for them to win a majority.

The Tory victory is now an accepted fact and it will doubtless stand but there has been a pattern of very strange election results recently, always tending to advantage the exact same fascist and Neo-Conservative parties that would most obviously be ideologically willing to engage in such low and dishonest tactics.

The Scottish independence ballot and count appeared to be replete with numerous anomalies and inexplicable events. The very fact that as part of the process the S.N.P were actually forbidden from using exit polls on the day of the vote stands out along with the fact that numerous anomalies were reported on the day.

The recent Israeli election result was also very strange, contrary to the polls and clearly favored the fascist elements within the Israeli state. It has been well documented that there have been numerous anomalies in a number of US Presidential elections over decades and there is a widespread belief that both the 1960 and 2000 election results were severely compromised along with rumours about many others including a credible account of the theft of Ohio and the 2004 Presidential election.

This may be the “new normal”, when things go the right way naturally you leave it alone, but when problems arise it seems as if the vote must be fixed in order to protect and preserve the interests of the real owners of the Government.

In Britain’s case this seems to mean the Bankers of the City of London corporation. These are the real owners of Britain, these are the only people who the Government must always serve and their obvious ability to exercise effective veto power within all major parties renders the vote at the national level as largely irrelevant.

Cameron experienced a similar unexpected triumph to that of Netanyahu in March.
Cameron experienced a similar unexpected triumph to that of Netanyahu in March.

Motives.

Which tends to beg the question why bother? It was always going to be an old Etonian either way after all.  There are two reasons that spring to mind as at least credible motives.

The major motive would be to ensure the victory of one of the major parties. Certain power elements absolutely loathe the European coalition model, pointing to say the chronic instability of Italy in the post was era as a negative example. If you are interested in the concentration of power the last thing you want to see is ad hoc coalition governments as it just complicates things.

The primary motive is presumably simply to ensure majority Government and Labor were nowhere near the possibility of a majority at any stage.

Labor’s vote against the attack on Syria in September 2013 is probably the only other difference of any import.

War against Syria is back on the Western agenda, hence the bizarre Jolie statement at the UN last week and the despicable resumption of false flag chemical attacks.

The jihadists of al Qaeda in Iraq and the earlier IS in Iraq group used chlorine bombs against civilian and government targets on more than a dozen occasions towards the end of the US occupation, This is one of their signature tactics.

The controlled media try and evade this by claiming that the gas is released from helicopters and the rebels have no helicopters. I have seen what appears to be gas dropped from helicopters but the claim that because the attacks come from helicopters it must be the Syrian government is puerile and idiotic as we know that the Syrian terror groups count among their allies to varying degrees at varying times, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the US, The UK and France, all of whom DO have helicopters and are perfectly capable of deploying the chlorine from them in another attempt to frame the Syrian government and enable the West to destroy the Syrian state entirely as they did Libya and Iraq.

If they are trying to get that war back on track Miliband would be seen as an unacceptable risk. Miliband is predictably about to resign as Labor leader.

The markets have reacted ecstatically to the Tory victory. Understandably, as their reign is now safe for another five years.

Pound jumps and shares surge after Conservative election triumph – live updates | Business | The Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/business/live/2015/may/08/pound-jumps-shares-surge-general-election-live

A Triumph for DC but Trouble Looms.

Until today, Cameron’s career had been the height of mediocrity  and weakness on every level. The failure to win a majority against the wooden and dull Gordon Brown in 2010 was a disaster and there has been much speculation about his leadership.

The EU Problem.

Cameron made one terrible, terrible mistake during his first term, the pledge to hold a plebiscite on Britain’s EU membership was an act of weakness and foolishness, a clumsy response to the perceived UKIP threat, but now he is stuck with it. He described it as an “iron clad promise” and it is supposed to happen by 2017.

There is no doubt that an EU membership vote for Britain is going to be completely unacceptable to the NWO architects running Britain and so despite this triumph there may still be an attempt to oust Cameron and install Boris Johnson or someone else as a way to break the EU plebiscite promise Cameron so foolishly made.
The proposed EU plebiscite goes deeply against the grain of the British elite because, they believe in the aggregation and centralisation of power and also because they believe that the people should never ever have an opportunity to intervene in any way when it comes to their Sovereignty being hocked to international bodies.
In order to succeed the process must be bi-partisan at every step of the process and all contrary voices must be marginalised and demeaned.
Because the UK did not adopt the Euro currency, the departure would actually be a very easily managed and low cost affair. The Greeks certainly would envy the prospect of the easy departure that Britain could achieve. There are many fine principles and ideas expressed in the EU charter, but in my opinion the centralisation of power is by itself a mistake and an aberration that deserves to be opposed.

Dormant  Levers.

Cameron has a number of scandals that could possibly be used to engineer his political demise or premature departure. There was the trip to South Africa in 1989 for more than a week in the company of “family friend” and alleged VIP pedophile party host Derek Laud. The strange deal involving the South African nuclear weapons and the 17.8 million pounds that unaccountably arrived in the Tory party bank accounts in the aftermath. There was the stint at Carlton communications and the perceived role in the Ken Gate cover up so despite this triumph, Cameron may be ousted if that is perceived to be the only way to abrogate the EU plebiscite promise although presumably that vote could also simply be rigged!

Aangirfan: UK GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

ALERT! UK General Election FRAUD IS UNDERWAY ALREADY!

Sources.

Israeli prime minister Netanyahu defies the polls to seal election win ‘against all the odds’ for his right-wing Likud party | Daily Mail Online

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3000224/Israeli-prime-minister-Netanyahu-defies-polls-seal-election-win-against-odds-right-wing-Likud-party.html

David Cameron on track to remain PM after electoral triumph | Politics | The Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/may/07/exit-poll-conservatives-win-david-cameron-general-election-labour

City of London Corporation – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_London_Corporation

City of London – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_London

Aangirfan: UK GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

http://aanirfan.blogspot.com.au/2015/05/uk-general-election-results.htm

‘Labour can’t finish second then grab power’ David Cameron says | Daily Mail Online

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3067941/Labour-t-finish-second-grab-power-says-Cameron-PM-believes-voters-questions-makes-fresh-appeal-Lib-Dem-Ukip-supporters.html

US leading effort to assign blame for Syria chlorine attacks | News , Middle East | THE DAILY STAR

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2015/May-06/297065-us-leading-effort-to-assign-blame-for-syria-chlorine-attacks.ashx

Election 2015 live: Conservatives reach 323 seats for overall Commons majority | Politics | The Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2015/may/08/election-2015-live-labour-and-libdems-crushed-in-shock-election-result

6 thoughts on “UK Election: Another Unexpected Far Right Triumph!

  1. Such is the way that politics is played out. Depressing but not totally unexpected news. So here we are with another five years of the tories kicking and blaming the poor for everything and selling off anything that’s left in the country whilst the stock market surges, good news for them and good news of course for the big paedo coverup; Dave’s got you covered so carry on abusing, raping and killing. It’s almost like the dark days of Thatcher in the 80’s, it’s going to be horrible. The only small crumb of comfort was seeing the revolting Esther McVey being booted out in the Wirral. Well done there!

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/esther-mcvey-loses-wirral-west-5657911

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  2. ‘In Britain’s case this seems to mean the Bankers of the City of London corporation. These are the real owners of Britain’ and… ??? there you have it sir. And if election’s are dead how about atheism?
    Mark

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  3. The UK General Election Results do Not Add Up and I have my Concerns and Suspicions

    It is Important that instead of being a Nation of Zombies People get Out and Protest En Masse
    For Social Justice

    Defend the Welfare State Oppose Slave Labour Exploitatation

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