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Liz Truss had some globalist connections, particularly in the climate alarmist area, but was far less of a globalist than her WEF-connected final competitor in the race for prime minister.  She clearly did not satisfy the globalists and they have now forced her resignation after 44 days.

The Governor of the Bank of England, the UK's central bank, Andrew Bailey caused the panic that started grinding down Truss' government.  Market reaction to her tax cut mini-budget was managable, but Bailey instead of helping put out the fire, poured gasoline on it, forcing an end to the tax cuts and the departure of Truss' tax-cutting Chancellor of the Exchequer, the second most powerful member of the cabinet after the prime minister herself.

Things went down hill from there.  Truss had a globalist pro-EU leader, Jeremy Hunt forced upon her as the replacement Chancellor, and word was out that Hunt intended to purge all of the small "c" Conservatives from Truss' cabinet.  That process started with forcing out the most conservative member of the cabinet, who occupied its third most powerful position, Home Secretary Suella Braverman.  Braverman had already taken very hard lines against illegal immigration and the "woke" culture.  She was replaced with pro-EU globalist Grant Shapps. All of the others on the right of the Conservative Party were also on the chopping block.

Now, a day later, Truss herself gave up the ghost.  The one thing her 44 days in office has accomplished is removing the ban on fracking, which the House of Commons passed a day before he government collapsed.



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