TORY DONOR: ‘Incompetence’ Deliberate Strategy

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  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    An interesting idea Darrell, but for the life of me I do not see where a political gain is ! I can see that there may well be grubby little individual gains in the short term, but not long term National gains ! If Maggie May were to follow in this strategy then she would be the grave digger for the Tory Party, and without them, much of the Labour vote would disappear since there would not be a Tory Party to vote against ! Maybe good news for UKIP, but I still don’t see the payoff ! ? !

  2. John Francis says:

    Government inaction and planned incompetence is indeed a tactic that the May administration might well be using to soften Brexit or to reverse the decision to leave the EU completely.
    Remember Brexit goes right across all sections of public life, it has split the Country, most likely around the vote percentages, 52%-48%.
    It is not an issue the sees our political parties lining up against each other.
    Politicians of most of the main parties are split between Leave and Remain.
    I believe the main fault lines in this debate are formed between the “establishment” of this Country and the majority of our population.
    If my believe is indeed correct, then leading figures such as Theresa May could indeed deliver what the “establishment” want by planned incompetence and inaction.
    Although the Leave argument won the Referendum, the job of achieving Brexit is in the hands of “establishment” figures and Brexit remainers.
    With the two main political parties hopelessly split on the issue, and the voting public split 52%-48%, a PM who failed to deliver a true Brexit is very unlikely to be punished at the ballot box.
    Especially, when receiving the backing of the “establishment” of the Country and the hopelessly biased MSM.

  3. Jeff says:

    Sacrifical lamb or an U.I (Useful Idiot) for the globalists. Nice payoff after we are kept in!

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