‘…We should not delude ourselves, that what is taking place represents any sort of normality, or acceptable political process…’
Tuesday 24th September, 2019
Reporting, Base Camp, Tottenham, London
Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party, have offered the British people, as pointed out by Max Hastings, ‘a budget of falsehoods and unfulfillable promises.’
‘Our society has lapsed into a period of madness which we should recognise as such – as do most foreign commentators viewing our affairs – wherein dangerous forces are in play.’
Boris Johnson’s ‘falsehoods and unfulfillable promises’, are ‘likely to precipitate, a new surge of public rage when they are seen to be broken.’
‘We should not delude ourselves, that what is taking place represents any sort of normality, or acceptable political process.’
“Remember that the United States is only interested in Britain in so far as Britain is a player in Europe” Raymond Seitz, a former US ambassador in London says.
“I believe in capitalism, I believe in our financial system,” American revolutionary Marty Lipton reports.
‘If we don’t act now, I don’t think capitalism will be around in the next 50 years’, he adds.
“This is a failure of the political elite,” former regius professor of modern history at Oxford University says, the morning after the referendum result.
Reminds us that the Conservative party is nonetheless landmarked with bloody feuds.