Posted by Neil Hague - memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 13 May 2024

Britain on the brink

I’m politically homeless. There’s no-one I feel wholly enthusiastic about voting for. Later down the line something might emerge, but the right has a reinvention process ahead of it. There’s a few right wing thinkers around who seem to get it – that the entire system of governance needs a reboot, and that national democracy must reassert itself over the “international rules based order”.

I actually think the tides of history are carrying us in that direction. I trust my instinct on this. One by one, the establishment narratives are collapsing and we’re just waiting for politics to catch up.

It’s been interesting to see how rapidly politicians have revised their fashionable views on transgenderism in the wake of the Cass Review. It will play out much the same way for Net Zero and mass immigration. The penny has dropped that diversity isn’t making us stronger, nor does it grow the economy.

The problem for us is that the politicians are slow learners. For the Tories, these realisations are coming too late in the day, and message hasn’t yet got through to Rishi Sunak. He’s going to lose to Labour, who will also have to learn the lessons the hard way.

Thankfully, even Keir Starmer will have to bend to reality on aspects of Net Zero, and he can’t do much worse than the Tories on immigration. It’s even plausible that he won’t reverse recent Tory changes to immigration policy, and immigration will fall, which will be an entertaining humiliation of the Tories.

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