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Electoral Secession and the End of Imperial Britain

The public results of the July 4 elections in Great Britain were a foregone conclusion long before they were announced in late May. With how disastrously the Tories had handled governing Britain in the wake of the Brexit referendum, as well as over the course of the Covid hysteria and it’s aftermath, it was a given that a significant chunk of voters would swing their votes to opposition parties and so remove the Tories from power. The main beneficiary was expected to be the long-time opposition to the Tories, namely the Labour party, and the expectation came to fruition, resulting in the resignation of Tory leader Rishi Sunak as prime minister and his replacement by Labour’s Keir Starmer. However the election proved to be more than a mere changeover from one party to another. Hidden in the details of the election results themselves, when evaluated in the light of other events and facts surrounding Britain’s current political situation, is a clear sign that a whirlwind is fast approaching Britain politically. This whirlwind will bring an end to the current British political system by toppling the Elite classes from their perches of power, and breaking apart the last remnants of the storied British Empire, which have limped along in survival mode since it’s great downsizing in the mid-20th century.

As in the United States, Britain’s electoral system is largely a uniparty system with a semblance of choice among parties “approved” by the Elite classes within politics, news, and the aristocracy. However, unlike the United States, Britain’s Uniparty system is split into three major parties: the Tories, Labour, and the Liberal Democrats. The Tories and Labour take turns at the top of the ruling pyramid with the Liberal Democrats, the descendants of the formerly dominant Liberal party, serving as an Elite-approved ‘wildcard’ party. Historically, all parties outside of this tri-party setup have been targeted for marginalization by the Elite classes, and either ignored, slandered, co-opted, or treated with condescension to prevent their rise to any real kind of power or influence.

While this setup has worked well for the British Elite for the majority of the 20th and early 21st centuries, certain long-term trends, as well as plans by certain nefarious actors within their ranks, have begun ripping this setup apart. To preserve their power, and save themselves from the long term trend of consequences of a British government living above its means for far too long, the majority of the British Elites have turned to the globalist plan to re-format the world known as the Great Reset. To that end, they have pushed policies to establish new structures in British society which can be used to support or bring about this Great Reset.

King Charles III is a devoted believer in the Great Reset, and since taking the throne in late 2022 has been using his influence behind the scenes to direct Britain towards this end. It is widely believed he allied with certain forces within the City of London and the Tory party in October 2022 to force Liz Truss from her position as prime minister. Her replacement, Rishi Sunak, had established connections to the World Economic Forum, the globalist organization at the front of the Great Reset campaign, which made the motive behind this move obvious. However, from the beginning of his reign, Charles made it clear through implication that the Labour party and it’s leader, Keir Starmer, were his preferred choice to run the empire and bring about implementation of the Great Reset. Content to let Sunak completely discredit the Tories in the eyes of the populace, and so ensure a larger Labour majority, Charles and the British Elites held off on pushing for an election in the immediate future. They seemed content that everything was trending in the right direction for eventual implementation of their plans.

That sense of complacent waiting vanished in late February 2024 when a local by-election for Parliament revealed a disturbing trend on the part of the British populace in the eyes of the Elites. In the Rochdale constituency, the voters delivered a stunning rejection of the Uniparty by electing populist leftist George Galloway of the Workers Party to fill a seat vacated by the recent death of a Labour member of Parliament. Further alarming the elites, the second place finisher in the by-election was a local businessman running as an independent, and the drop-off in vote totals from the top two finishers to the Uniparty candidates, who placed third, fourth and fifth, was uncomfortably large. That, taken in conjunction with local poll numbers showing an increasing level of dissatisfaction with Labour and Keir Starmer in addition to the Tories, sufficiently concerned the Elites that Prime Minister Sunak felt compelled to make an impromptu speech the day after the election condemning ‘extremism’ and warning through implication against supporting individuals outside the Elite circles like Galloway or his right wing counterpart Nigel Farage.

The reasons for this change in voting trends should have been obvious to the Elite circles if they had bothered to look at reality with their own eyes rather than through the rose-colored glasses of Great Reset idealism. Great Britain’s steady economic decline was leading to growing difficulties in living conditions for the populace, stirring up widespread discontent among the population. When combined with the ruling gentry being perceived as out of touch with the needs of their people, the voters inevitably began searching for other options. This is how voting preferences have changed within electoral systems for decades. One party is perceived as having been in power for so long that they have lost touch with the population, and voters switch over to a different party to change things up for the better (they hope).

However, what the world has not seen before electorally is what happens when an entire class of people, stretching across multiple political parties and ideologies, is perceived as being completely out of touch and in need of being replaced. This is the nature of the phenomenon now unfolding within Britain electorally and politically which, in turn, is leading to the impending whirlwind which is bearing down upon the nation and it’s elites. It is this phenomenon which seems destined to not only completely upend Britain electorally, but to bring an end to the unified political entity known as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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