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Conservatives around the world had high hopes for Prime Minister Boris Johnson. As a backbencher  in parliament, he had been a strong voice for staunch conservative policies, and his two terms as London mayor had established a strong conservative record. He was a leader against the establishment and the globalists in the Brexit movement to leave the EU.  His political manifesto (platform) in the last election had offered strong conservative positions.

That was then, but this is now.  Johnson, often known as BoJo, is pushing policies that sound more like his far left Labour opponent, Jeremy Corbyn. Thus include pushing a policy much like the Green New Deal very hard, going wobbly on illegal immigration, imposing draconian lockdowns and vaccine passports, pushing extension of virus related emergency powers to March 2022, and now proposing the biggest tax increase in 70 years.  He has even adopted the globalist totalitarian World Economic Forum's "Build Back Better" slogan.

What happened?  Initially, BoJo brought the political advisor who had guided him during his terms as mayor, staunch conservative Domminic Cummings, to 10 Downing Street as his chief advisor, and his term as prime minister started fine.  But Johnson's mistress, Carrie Symonds, a strong globalist who has been a big climate alarmist activist, nicknamed "Princess Nut-Nut" also moved into Downing Street and started moving to place her globalist friends into Johnson's government.  A power struggle developed between Cummings and Symonds which Cummings lost, leaving Downing Street.  Since then Johnson has moved steadily leftward and has married Symonds.  One of Symonds friends, whom she had gotten BoJo to name as an environmental advisor actually went on TV and asked voters to support the radical Green Party but still kept her job in Johnson's Conservative government.

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( September 15th, 2021 @ 3:12 pm )
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