Theresa May, Hypocrite Extraordinaire!


After so many years of politics, not just writing about it but energetic involvement, including several stints as a democratically elected representative, I suppose I should long since have given up taking people on trust, or at least politicians.

When Theresa May seemed briefly to be courageous, and you’re forgiven if you can’t remember that ephemeral time…

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They find your patriotism distasteful, your concerns about immigration parochial, your views about crime illiberal, your attachment to your job security inconvenient… But today, too many people in positions of power behave as though they have more in common with international elites than with the people down the road, the people they employ, the people they pass in the street...

….I hoped for the best, as did many other people.

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When she betrayed Britain and it all ended in that squalid display of self-pity outside 10 Downing Street, I shared the feelings of millions – contempt for the bubbling bitch and a sense of satisfaction that we’d not have to hear her hypocritical hogwash ever again.

Surely she’d at least have a modicum of shame, enough minimal decency at least, to adopt a self-denying ordinance of silence on the problems she bequeathed, on the principles she made a career of shrugging off.

Her swan-song, however, was a rancorous rant against populism.

Populism is a term invented by the elites, the political ruling classes and their academic abettors, and taken up and propagated by their running dogs in the collabo media…

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…as a weapon to beat back the people, or rather that large and growing section of the people who identify with the sort of sentiments expressed in this little extract, on the subject of certain ‘politicians and commentators.’

“They find your patriotism distasteful, your concerns about immigration parochial, your views about crime illiberal, your attachment to your job security inconvenient…

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But today, too many people in positions of power behave as though they have more in common with international elites than with the people down the road, the people they employ, the people they pass in the street…”

If only she had meant it!

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Outgoing PM Theresa May congratulated Mr Johnson, promising him her “full support from the back benches…”. 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-49084605

I wonder if ‘Bojo’ will be echoing that last sentence of mine in the months ahead!