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Pawn of ‘permanent Britain’ replaced

No one had expected that it would be such a disaster within such a short time. After just 44 days in power, the “conservative” politician Liz Truss announced her resignation at a press conference.

Published: October 25, 2022, 7:43 am

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    Truss has been Britain’s shortest-serving prime minister to date. Already before the beginning of her term, Truss made a name for herself with absurd plans and declarations. With the announcement of their new cabinet, which included no ethnic English males, the “diversity” and woke propaganda drum was immediately banged loudly. The Tory leader and her party also unanimously embraced tax cuts for the rich, Ukraine, nuclear war, multiculturalism, Israel and Zionism.

    The farce was highlighted by a contest of a wilting lettuce which outlasted Truss.

    This decrepit constellation unsurprisingly began to collapse after just 38 days when Truss fired her finance minister, Kwasi Kwarteng. Kwarteng as Chancellor of the Exchequer, on 23 September, announced a “mini-budget” that caused pound sterling to fall to its lowest level against the US dollar ever. Kwarteng’s dismissal made him the second-shortest-serving post-war Chancellor.

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    Truss also planned to relax immigration rules to “boost” the dilapidated British economy. Her plan was criticized from the outset by Suella Braverman, her Minister of the Interior, who left office shortly after her colleague Kwarteng. Great Britain, like France and Germany, has a massive problem of foreign infiltration and for decades there has been a resulting increase in crime.

    Added to this are the exploding energy, food and real estate costs, which will soon lead to further social upheaval. Truss had proposed a completely unrealistic plan to make nothing better, and make everything a lot worse for ordinary Britons, especially inflation. She provided further proof that the so-called “conservatives” were not acting in the interest of their own people.

    It was the chaotic economic policy that finally cost Truss the office. With her plans to cut taxes and take on more debt, she dealt a huge blow to the already unstable British economy, which resulted in absolute chaos as markets and in particular pension funds, understood that her project spelled doom for them.

    In contrast to the US dollar, the pound plummeted. The Bank of England had to buy government bonds on several occasions to stop their prices from imploding and to prevent pension funds from collapsing. The turmoil in government bond prices which led the Bank of England to launch the emergency bond buying programme, in turn caused house mortgage lenders to withdraw over 40 percent of their products, with other products repriced upwards. Even the International Monetary Fund cautioned that sticking to such measures would increase inequality.

    A plot to purge Brexiters?

    This catastrophe ultimately forced Truss to make a 180-degree turn on her policy.

    According to Truss, she wanted to implement a policy of “radical economic growth” which, however, was aimed mainly at supporting the wealthy. It could not be implemented under the current political instability and difficult economic climate.

    Her demise was accurately foretold by insider and analyst Alexander Mercouris, who explained that she had been controlled by the UK’s “clubland” and that the Deep State, also known as “permanent Britain”, had used her as a decoy to purge Brexiters from power. He added that Westminster has been plunged into despair and chaos by the plot, especially as these intrigues have been compounded by a dire economic outlook: “The financial situation of the British government is catastrophic.”

    “Clubland’s” replacement Rishi Sunak – Britain’s wealthiest premier ever – was the favorite to take over the role of Truss on Monday morning already after Boris Johnson lost his bid to return.

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