9 things we learned from Theresa May’s first major interviews of the 2017 general election


”Strong and Stable government”  Translated   ”Resistance is futile”
Tory manifesto for a strong and stable facist government

  • Powerful and continuing nationalism
  • Disdain for human rights
  • Identification of enemies as a unifying cause
  • Supremacy of the military
  • Rampant sexism
  • Controlled mass media
  • Obsession with national security
  • Religion and government intertwined
  • Corporate power protected
  • Labor [sic] power suppressed
  • Disdain for intellectuals & the arts
  • Obsession with crime & punishment
  • Rampant cronyism & corruption
  • Fraudulent elections

all of these points are already in the Media for the Tory party

Well, Mrs May’s negative general election talk about the future tax take probably indicates the Tories are expecting lower gap growth.

GW:  Well they have pretty much outsourced EVERY piece of UK manufacturing & sold off most of our infrastructure and confined the economy to a faux ”Austerity” program so no-one is spending.  Plus pouring good tax payers’ cash into the hands of a few of their mates – e.g. Boris Vanity Bridge, HS2, Hinckley Point etc. What do they expect?

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