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Sunak and Hunt, civil servants for a Davos government

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IS the Conservative Party just another hollowed-out institution about to be sacrificed for the globalist agenda? Yes, it has always represented big money, landowners and international elites. But this was counterbalanced by the party’s huge grass-roots membership, now, it seems, gone for ever.

In the 1950s the party boasted around 2.8million members. There were more than 1,000 constitutional clubs up and down the country. Most constituencies had full-time party agents. The Tory Party was anchored in the character, culture and values of Britain. It was the party I joined. As of September 2022 it had just 172,000 members. 

To destroy the party, you had to destroy the membership. It has taken nearly 60 years, but now the job is done. 

In selecting Rishi Sunak the Tory kingmakers disenfranchised the last remaining members and so finally abolished the party. At the next election the Conservatives will have almost no trust, no campaigners, no democratic authority and drastically fewer votes.

They don’t seem to care. But after a palace coup, victor’s justice follows. And that is what is coming. Sunak and Jeremy Hunt, in mysterious lock-step with other governments who echo the globalist agenda, will quickly accelerate the work of building-back-better. You know the routine – Net Zero, more tax, more state control, cultural Marxism and so on. 

Make no mistake, they are sincere. Sunak, Hunt and party grandees weren’t bribed, blackmailed or ordered to act by Klaus Schwab. That is not how it works. They believe in what they are doing. Ambition, entitlement (they know best), conformity, peer pressure and the lucrative jobs or appointments that await team players keep the rest in line.

Hunt and Sunak don’t see globalism as the scorched-earth policy that it is. They see it as the answer to the everything-crisis. They are surrounded by indoctrinated civil servants, academics, advisers, think tanks who drown them in a never-ending flow of (modelled) doomsday research and technocratic people-management and processing solutions to these spurious crises. It’s all part of the Westminster/global echo chamber. The PM and Chancellor are group thinkers by nature and don’t want to go down in history as the team who destroyed the planet. So a central bank cryptocurrency, universal basic income and technocratic eco-tyranny makes perfect sense. 

Sunak and Hunt are in effect half-competent useful idiots for Davos. That’s what makes them so dangerous. 

How did it come to this? For the last 100 years the science of persuasion or, to be blunt, brainwashing, along with institutional and family breakdown has developed apace. IT and social media were the game-changer, at the same time as the rapid expansion of the State. It all came together during the Covid catastrophe. It was a master class. Fear is the disruptor that activates the fight-or-flight state in which the human mind becomes highly suggestible. Then the messaging tidal wave of death and misery flooded in through the MSM, social media and every outlet controlled by the global network. Mass safetyism psychosis followed. Fear of not conforming.

But wasn’t this really just a speeding-up of what had been happening for decades, especially in politics? As the opinion-forming classes came to be dominated and influenced in turn by a smaller and smaller group of wealthy and powerful individuals, running global corporations and supranational organisations, the market of ideas has been closed down. If you want to do business you must slowly accept the new world that is being set up. And politicians, who are more narcissistic and sociopathic than ever, are happy to do so. 

Compare the Conservatives’ reaction to last month’s events with Gordon Brown’s accession in 2007, which Boris Johnson called a ‘palace coup’. He, in common with almost every other Tory MP and commentator, was outraged and demanded a general election. In fact Brown had more legitimacy than Sunak on almost every measure. Yet now, the same Tory chorus of outrage is silent and many openly back the new and illegitimate PM. To see the hypocrisy is a circus of the macabre. 

One way of illustrating how this has happened is to examine the journey of one particular Sunak supporter; former Tory leader and Thatcherite firebrand William Hague. Remember his 2001 speech?  

‘Let me take you on a journey to a foreign land, to Britain after a second term of Tony Blair . . . the Chancellor returning from Brussels carrying instructions to raise taxes still further. Control over our own economy given away. The jail doors opening as thousands more serious criminals walk out early to offend again. Police morale at a new low. The price gauge on the petrol pump spinning ever faster as fuel taxes rise still further.’ Hague also talked a lot about democracy and the ‘sheer, unadulterated hypocrisy’ of those who ‘say one thing and do another’, referring to people who ‘are driven in cars 250 yards to give speeches telling other people not to drive’.

Today William Hague is a solemn advocate for the COP meetings, where people fly thousands of miles to tell other people not to fly. He also calls for tax rises, voted to remain in the EU, thinks Sunak brings hope and stability and that Tory members shouldn’t be allowed to vote for their leader anyway.

And, as an artistic detail, it was reported that Jeremy Hunt was seen returning from Brussels the day before he was appointed Chancellor.

Whether they know it or not, our politicians have become permanent civil servants for a global government. Their views have changed to conform to the new globalist ideology and they really don’t like us. It simply doesn’t matter that the Tories will be wiped out at the next election. Just another once-great institution will have served its purpose.  

Many still can’t grasp this and their reasoning is valid. After all, why would you ‘kill your own customers’? Or voters indeed? 

This view fails to understand the power of ideas; especially ideas which have taken on the proportions of a full-blown psychosis. History is littered with people who have killed their own customers and destroyed their entire countries for the sake of an idea. 

So Hunt and Sunak will rest easy when their party is destroyed at the next election. They agree with most of what Labour thinks anyway. 

I realise that much which is written here implies some dark, shadowy figure pulling the strings. After all, aren’t useful idiots useful to someone? But I suggest this is the wrong question. Far better to know what is being done and how. Then one has a far better chance of stopping it.

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Simon Marcus
Simon Marcushttps://www.conservativewoman.co.uk
Simon is co-founder of the Boxing Academy and a former Government adviser on education policy.

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