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Kathy’s TCW week in review

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THIS was the week that Mr Sunak, Britain’s installed PM, called a General Election and the week that the WEF said the Satanic-looking Klaus Swab will be ‘transitioning’ from his role as executive chairman to chairman of the Board of Trustees. No change there then. It was also the week that ever more rats deserted the sinking Tory ship, leaving its rain-drenched Captain to carry on the electioneering pretence (in a doomed visit to the Titanic Quarter in Belfast) until he too scarpers, post defeat, into California’s summer sun.  

To save him any more trouble one reader, ‘Budgie’, predicted the results of the July 4th General Election:

– more mass immigration
– more net zero 
– more surveillance 
– more attempts at regime change in other nations 
– more taxes 
– more money printing 
– more wheezes and boondoggles
– more restrictions and control 
– more government lying 
– less Brexit

Sounds accurate to me. And it pretty much sums up how far from reality will be the next six weeks of hysterical media coverage, ‘aimed at persuading us there is a crucial millimetre of difference between Uniparty Right and Uniparty Left’ in the words of another commenter. ‘Above all we will be told, the most important thing you, me or anyone who ever lived can possibly do is participate in the holy rite of choosing one b*stard instead of another to screw you blind.’ Quite so. 

None of us at TCW can get excited. Niall McCrae reported a week or so ago that MPs have already been instructed on how to shut down debate on conspiracy theories, aka the awkward issues like covid tyranny – the very ones in fact that the exiting Quad member Michael Gove would like us to forget.

So now we know. Covid was just a side ‘management’ issue in Gove’s otherwise illustrious political career, he would have us believe. No wonder this member of the freedom of movement and speech repression party can’t face his constituents this time round. How despicable the lot of them are – Johnson, Hancock and Gove and Sunak (left holding the baby for the moment). They wrecked the country and now they run.

‘The Tory brand is now destroyed – deliberately, and very obviously to those who see beyond “the useless politician” mantra. Next it’s Labour’s turn to self-combust’, wrote ‘Hypnos’, another reader. He or she went on: ‘What people fear is there maybe something even worse than that to follow.’ Indeed, and that is the reason for the immediate retreat to Tory tribalism that we’ve already seen from Allister Heath this week. Until this, his latest article in the Telegraph, ‘There are just 1,000 hours to save Britain‘, he had been talking some sense. Now he is back elaborating on the fancy that there’s still clear blue water that could be conjured up between the two parties. This is exactly what happened in the previous three elections and exactly what allowed the fourteen-year Tory slide into ever more statism, wokeism, illiberalism, ant-familyism and socially disintegrative policies all round, each time. As with lockdown, the so-called right-wing media are much to blame. 

Does Heath really think the Tories can slough off their betrayal of every conservative principle in the book in the eleventh hour of their rule? Heath is wrong and Budgie, Hypnos and the other commentator are right, aren’t they? Laura thinks so.

‘This is what we got from 14 years of Tory Rule’, she wrote to me on Thursday: 

·         Universal child benefit abolished. 

·         BUT external childcare funded from nine months old. (This SHOULD have been the biggest story yesterday – nine-month-old beautiful child of a solicitor and barrister killed at nursery. Taxpayer now funding this.) 

·         Gay marriage

·         Criminal justice system literally collapsing, letting prisoners out early, not charging some offences, and (I forget the number) 100s of people on probation going on to kill someone.

·         Lots of stabbing and mothers being stabbed in the street – latest one was in Luton on the school run. 

·         Absolutely ridiculous immigration numbers. Off the charts, so off the charts that even Labour pretend that they will do something about it.

·         The only reason they pulled back from the transgender bullshit is because of the feminists. 

‘For all the “I’m socially liberal but economically conservative conservatives out there, how did that work out for you?” she went on, not to forget:

·         Oh yes, highest tax burden since the war. 

·         Inflation. 

·         Huge funding of ridiculous foreign wars and death to keep the military industrial complex going. 

·         And, the real jewel in the crown: lockdown. Not to forget either that falsely contrived ‘exit from lockdown’ – the mass unprecedented unsafe vaccination programme that we still do not know the full and terrible impact of.’

So let’s see where all the departing traitors (who brought all this down on us) will end up, Laura asked in a postscript, ‘which globalist institution will reward them for their loyalty?’ We can guess.

Underlining this de-civilisation descent Saturday’s news led with another shocking stabbing story. A woman found murdered on a Dorset beach and a second with serious wounds. So much for the party that once stood for law and order that has now, as Paul Weston so brilliantly set out this week, become the enemy of the people. 

So please do not expect us, in coming weeks, to be in the fantasy land that MSM political commentators inhabit and that keeps a bevy of them employed – from Tim Shipman and Adam Boulton to the Telegraph’s political team – who think every twist and turn of the next few weeks’ pantomime matters. Yes, of course we will be following the election, but what we will be pointing out and harking back to is every twist and turn of The Great Betrayal. That is the duty of every democrat. And we’ll be irreverent. In John Ellwood and Alexander McKibbin we have masters of the art. Once again they made me laugh last week. They were my bright point and upbeat note. You can get no more British than their satire. So in case you missed their latest posts here they are again – John’s guide to the election and Alexander’s latest at the BoJo Academy and Mr Sunak’s meeting with some loose women

Laugh while we can – satire is not banned. Yet.

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Kathy Gyngell
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Kathy is Editor of The Conservative Woman. She is @kathygyngelltcw on GETTR and is back on Twitter.

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