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The Great Reset in Downing Street

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BORIS Johnson is just taking the mick now. That no-good, Old Etonian, wet, philandering, useless, Covid-fascist, progressive, spineless waste of space has decided to take 14 days off work, or if you are to believe reports ‘self-isolate’, because he came into contact with someone who has the virus. Boris has had Covid; he is not likely to become the fifth person worldwide to get it again. So what, exactly, is the point of Boris Johnson? 

We voted for Boris Johnson for one reason and one reason only: to get Brexit done. Now we will have his live-in, thirtysomething girlfriend/fiancée running around Downing Street giving orders to push the Great Reset.  

What’s that, you say – the Great Reset? Oh, she’s gone full conspiracy theory, has Laura. Nope, that was the front page of the Times. Twice.

Boris Johnson will spend the first two weeks of his “reset” administration in self-isolation after meeting an MP who contracted the coronavirus.’ There it is in black and white, a ‘Reset Administration’. This doesn’t sound like getting Brexit done. 

Then the main article announces that the middle class will be clobbered with green taxes even when they have all switched to electric cars. This is part of the Great Reset. The rise of electric cars and concomitant loss of fuel tax will leave the Treasury with a £40billion funding gap, so they have to raid the wallets of those who have the temerity to drive. 

In case there is any doubt, ‘A series of “reset” announcements are planned, including on mass Covid testing in the run-up to Christmas and initiatives to improve skills training and education investment.’

Mass testing will be along the lines of: we will have to get tested if we want to have Christmas, and training and skills will be: we have to turn all the ballet dancers into IT technicians. It’s all going to plan, folks.

This Great Reset is continued on page 6 which has the headline: ‘No 10 reset won’t forget the north, Boris Johnson to insist’. 

The first paragraph is: ‘Boris Johnson will attempt to reassure restless Conservative MPs that he remains committed to the party’s new northern heartlands despite plans for a political “reset” after the departure of Dominic Cummings, his chief adviser, from Downing Street. Before he was told to self-isolate, the prime minister and his aides were preparing a series of announcements over the coming days on education, skills and the environment in an attempt to seize back the political agenda after a week of destabilising infighting.’ 

This is not an accident. They have started using the word ‘reset’ because they mean business. They plan to clobber the middle classes with a tax burden to make their ridiculous zero-net carbon plan work. And it will all be justified under the umbrella of Covid. 

Something like: we have to boot you out of your cars otherwise we will all die of Covid. This will come with: you have to get tested or we will die of Covid. And: you have to wear a mask, and you have to get vaccinated or we will all die of Covid. 

We are told: ‘Millions of people in the North and Midlands want to tackle climate change,’ a government source said. ‘It’s offensive to suggest that they don’t care about these issues.’ I wonder who that government source is? Carrie perhaps, or some other deluded thirtysomething who never sets foot in the Midlands. Give me strength.

So as these Great Reset announcements are being made, Boris will be locked away in his Downing Street flat with advisers and officials banned from entering. Not to worry though, it’s not as if he makes any decision these days anyway. They are made by Carrie and the Ayatollahs at Sage.

If you want to know more about the Great Reset look no further than this interview with James Delingpole. 

And remember: Boris Johnson: the most pointless Prime Minister we have ever had. 

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Laura Perrinshttps://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/the-editors/
Laura is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman

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