November 14, 2017
It’s all of these people that are old enough to really remember the cold war that think it makes sense to evoke the “evil Russia” narrative.
Younger people have traveled more, been more exposed to the entire planet through the internet, and so for better or worse, the idea of a nation of pure evil comes across and childish and stupid (like so many of the fundamental beliefs of the boomer people).
Meanwhile, the internet generation – even the left of it – is very familiar with the nature of the Israelis and their criminal attempts to funnel all funds to their criminal base. So to get caught up in an Israeli espionage scandal, as May is, and then try to get out of it by blaming Russians is about as transparently fraudulent as a politician can get.
Russia has emerged as the top threat to European democracy and security, May claimed as she delivered her remarks at the Lord Mayor’s banquet Monday. The embattled PM chose to focus her speech on international challenges rather than domestic issues, which she is struggling to deliver on. The apparent diversion comes amid reports of a potential no-confidence vote in Parliament Tuesday and in light of scant progress at the Brexit negotiations, which is increasingly being blamed on May’s lack of leadership skills.
Instead of asserting herself as a leader capable of guiding Britain through Brexit, May fell in line with the US mainstream narrative on Russia, repeating the by now worn out allegations of interference in other nations’ internal affairs, which Moscow firmly denies.
Russia is “threatening the international order on which we all depend,” May claimed, alleging that Moscow has been doing so by “meddling in elections, and hacking the Danish ministry of defense and the Bundestag [the German parliament] among many others.”
Russia is responsible for a range of hostile actions, such as its “sustained campaign of cyber-espionage and disruption,” to its military jets routinely crossing into foreign airspaces and it is to blame for fueling military conflict in the Eastern Ukraine, according to May.
Falling short of providing examples, May accused the Kremlin for using Russian media “to plant fake stories and photo-shopped images in an attempt to sow discord in the west and undermine our institutions.”
As the UK is seeking to leave the EU while inflicting as little damage on its economy as possible, May pointed to the need to resist the perceived “Russian threat” as an argument in favor of maintaining strong economic ties between the UK and the rest of the bloc.
“The comprehensive new economic partnership we seek will underpin our shared commitment to open economies and free societies in the face of those who seek to undermine them. Chief among those today, of course, is Russia,” she said.
Speaking directly to the Russian government, she warned of repercussions, without providing any details on what potential countermeasures would entail.
“We know what you are doing. And you will not succeed,” she said, again without specifying.
She added that Russia should not underestimate the stability and what she branded as “the enduring attraction” of western society.
After urging all western countries to build a united front to confront an omnipotent Russia, effectively echoing Cold War rhetoric, May then took a more conciliatory tone, saying that “we do not want to return to the Cold War, or to be in state of perpetual confrontation” with Russia.To this end, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will travel to Moscow in the coming months, she noted.
The ball, according to May, is in Russia’s court. The PM said as long as Moscow does not change its ‘behavior,’ Europe will “act together to protect our interests and the international order on which they depend.”
Confidence collapsed in May’s ability to rule after it was revealed that one of her ministers, the Paki slut Priti Patel, flew to Israel on a fake vacation to meet clandestinely with Netanyahu and other top Jewish officials. May continues to deny that she knew of this, however it has been confirmed that she not only knew of the meetings, but acted on what was discussed there, which included diverting British tax dollars to the Jews.
The media is treading carefully around this scandal, as it is generally their policy to never mention Jews in a bad light – especially not as global manipulators. However, the scandal is widely viewed as disqualifying for May.
Right now, she is just waiting for the other shoe to drop.
Imagine being her. She gave her whole life for this. Gave up her chance to fulfill her biological imperative. So that she could walk around saying “look at me, I’m the boss, haha, look at me over here being the BOSS.”
Now it’s all going to be taken from her, and she will die disgraced, having accomplished nothing of value.