£1 trillion debt in her last act of spite

It was probably on the ‘to do’ list of most pundits – we knew May was going to hide behind the Boris and bird story, we knew she was going to stitch him up, the bitter old crone, plus the country she so detests, in her last piece of mischief before she went and so she has done, to the tune of £1 trillion.


All done quietly, no-fuss, no one in the press calling her out. What’s worse, it binds the hands of her successor, or so she thinks. What other booby traps has she set for the unsuspecting incoming PM?

What an evil old woman, one of the lowest we’ve seen in living memory. One of the commenters wrote:

Over £2 trillion in debt and now a commitment to spend £1 trillion on the climate con. Javid said we are going to get thousands more immigrants, all on welfare. The EUSSR, if we do not get out, want £billions more.

We are building houses by the thousands.for our uninvited guests. Infrastructure crumbling. England now in the top ten of congested countries in the world. Taxes are going to rise, along with poverty which a number of MPs have pointed out is rising in their constituencies,

They have no bloody idea, it’s a money making con for the globalists and coming from, on orders from the UN climate policy 2030.

It maybe that the pollies themselves have no clue but May certainly does, plus those pulling her strings – they know precisely what this gravy train is all about.

And we can do absolutely nothing – nada, zilch – about any of it.

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4 comments for “£1 trillion debt in her last act of spite

  1. Itellyounothing
    June 25, 2019 at 23:39

    Anything can be repealed if there is the political will……

    One more reason to not vote Tory…..

    Slow Corbyn isn’t good enough anymore.

  2. Mark Matis
    June 26, 2019 at 01:45

    You COULD do something about it. But your country is not willing to do so.

    • June 26, 2019 at 05:53

      Essentially agreed but what does ‘country’ as a unit mean? It means what each individual or family is willing to accept. We’re talking many more centuries than the US, not a ‘made to order’ country composed of radicals to begin with.

      And into this come pan-European royalty, the cabal of millennia. You have a Constitution to bind everyone and what makes it tick is that over half are not willing to change one sentence after those amendments, even if needed. In my eyes, that’s good.

      Ours is a different history, where the power base you threw off has a far more entrenched grip and people are born, not into a land of freedom, hope and glory, but into a class structure, not unlike in India.

      Very hard for a radical 10% to change hearts and minds enough to alter that – this is why this nebulous Brexit Party is having success. As the elite weaken their own institutions of protection, so the possibility of something else increases.

      This will start a new post soon.

  3. June 27, 2019 at 03:56

    You have to understand that this has nothing to do with Theresa May. The problem is the entire political class. The problem is not one bad Tory leader, it’s a Tory Party that is rotten all the way through. And all the parties are equally rotten. You can’t solve this by dumping one leader. You can’t solve this by voting for a different party. You can’t solve this with Brexit.

    You’re still going to end up with vicious corrupt leadership. Exchanging one Tory for another won’t make any difference. The next Tory leader will betray you, the same way Theresa May did. Exchanging one party for another won’t make any difference.

    As for Brexit, all you’ll end up with is the probability of a lot more Third World immigration.

    Sadly you can’t vote your way out of this.

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