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UK Leadership Contest - How This Domestic Palace Coup Serves the Global Palace Coup
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It’s About Globalism, Stupid
UK Leadership Contest - How This Domestic Palace Coup Serves the Global Palace Coup
We have been quiet here at the Radical Dispatch. We know. This is so that what we bring you with Radical Media is relevant, resonates and responds without repeating what you could get merely read anywhere else. The UK has been thrown into yet another leadership race, and framing is everything. Read on:
1) Framing is Everything
i) It is No Longer About Brexit
Contrary to what you will read, the UK leadership race is no longer about Brexit. Brexit is done. It will not be undone. Even Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has told his party that Brexit will not be reversed.
This is not to say that Brexit is no longer relevant. It is relevant. It is to say instead that Brexit is not the main impetus for the domestic palace coup that has just unfolded against outgoing PM Boris Johnson.
ii) It is No Longer About Covid
This leadership challenge is also no longer about Covid. The Covid control mechanisms of emergency legislation, supply-chain disruption and the weaponisation of Big Pharma have already served their purpose. As with Brexit, the UK is unlikely to go backwards on Covid policy.
Any intervention now from the authorities about Covid will again only serve to keep opponents stuck fighting our last battle, just as the state launches its next psychological war against its own population. This is not to say that Covid policy is no longer relevant. It is relevant. Rather, it is to say again that Covid is not the main impetus for the domestic palace coup that has just unfolded against outgoing PM Boris Johnson.
iii) It is No Longer About War in Ukraine
The UK leadership contest is also not about the war in Ukraine. A keen observer will already notice corporatist media spin turning against deeper involvement, as well as the establishment-liberal US outlets turning sour on Biden.
The Ukraine war has served its purpose. Billions have been laundered. Global food and gas shortages have been precipitated.
This is not to say that Russia and Ukraine are no longer relevant. They are relevant. This is to say instead that war in Ukraine is not the main impetus for the domestic palace coup that has just unfolded against outgoing PM Boris Johnson.
And so what exactly is going on in Britain? Arriving at an answer is only possible if the globalist playbook is understood first.
2) The Global Uprising: Centralisation vs Decentralisation:
Division has been sown after Brexit. Civil norms has been crushed after Covid. The ‘means of production’ have been disrupted after war in Ukraine. What comes next is the purpose they all served: the Great Reset.
Combined, these cumulative crises of monumental fiscal suicide, unprecedented supply chain disruption and food and energy shortages are in danger of causing the collapse of the global financial system, sparking truly unprecedented global uprisings.
In fact, we are already witnessing this.
Keen Dispatchers will recall that we forecasted this collapse in a previous edition of the Radical Dispatch on 13th April 2022 “Sri Lanka also abstained from the vote. That country too has faced the collapse of its government.”
The collapse of the global financial system now appears inevitable. It actually collapsed in 2008. What has proceeded since then is merely the execution of a carefully planned, if not vicious, controlled demolition. The demolition is orchestrated by World Economic Forum (WEF) establishment globalists so that their own controlled opposition may steer this global reset towards further centralised tyranny, as opposed to allowing it to enable decentralised democracy.
Popular resistance will now be used as a pretext to clamp down and suspend liberty by rolling out militarised forces to subjugate the very conveniently rebelling citizens.
Again, Sri Lanka today serves as the case study:
This is how the global financial establishment seeks to ride the current global revolution in order to retain their power. We are at the end of a natural generational cycle: a historic turning. We are witnessing the ‘reset’ part of Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset. They have told us what they plan to do. After the reset they will seek to ‘Build Back Better’ in order to create their New World Order.
3) Sunak the Traitor & the Domestic Palace Coup Serving the Global Palace Coup
The above is the proper context for why the globalist British establishment turned against their own frontman and PM Boris Johnson. This allows for the impression that those responsible for any past injustices during the Brexit, Covid and Ukraine war chapters appear to be sufficiently scapegoated in the eyes of the hapless public, while the next chapter of their desired global transition to technocracy is ushered in under our very noses by a new, fresh-faced acolyte.
Ever wonder why Bill Gates was in Pakistan for his first ever visit not long before that country’s populist PM Imran Khan was deposed? Well, keen twitter observers have noted that the same Bill Gates appears to also have landed in the UK on the day populist Boris Johnson was deposed:
So yes, Brexit, Covid and Ukraine are relevant but they are not the impetus for what has transpired. Yes justice must be served for any crimes committed during the execution of those three policy routes. But it will not be served if emotions cloud the fact that even greater crimes are about to be enabled.
The failure of anti-globalism commentators to notice this would be akin to arguing over a wrong turn in a roadmap months after the transporting vehicle has already passed the spot. Observers of this leadership contest should be focusing on what comes next.
Johnson’s falling out with the globalist establishment began last winter. The following observation by tweeter Ken Hall is chronologically correct:
What happened next appears to be the culmination of a plan put in place by technocrats from the mixed bag of bitter Remainers, Big-Pharma owned political prostitutes and Ukraine war-hawks.
This coup against Johnson - the scapegoat for Covid mandates, appears to have been planned early on. And as difficult as it may be for some to digest, on this Nadine Dorries is correct.
Remember those photos of the PM and his team breaking their own lockdown rules at the supposed height of the pandemic? Well, they appear to have been authorised by none other than the current frontrunner for the top job of PM, Rishi Sunak.
The angle and vantage point confirms the use of the Chancellor’s residence next door, and even specifically from his office at Number 11 Downing Street:
“A photograph exposing Boris Johnson, his wife and his aides at a lockdown-busting Downing Street gathering last summer could have been taken from a room used by Rishi Sunak and his team, it was claimed today. Sources said the picture of the supposed party was likely captured from one of the state rooms used by the Chancellor and his staffers. Meanwhile former shadow chancellor Ed Balls claimed the image was shot from 'the 11 Downing Street first floor balcony', which is thought to be outside an office used by Mr Sunak.”
The globalists’ next chapter requires an unscathed PM - alive in the public imagination for handing out free cash to the public - who is prepared to steer the collapse of the financial system and usher in global banking’s planned technocracy: social credit scores and Central Banking Digital Coupons (CBDCs).
Enter former Goldman Sach’s banker, Rishi Sunak - the scapegoat for the impending global financial crash:
“Today I am proud to say that under the UK’s presidency, the group of the world’s seven most advanced economies - the G7 - is launching a set of public policy principles for retail Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs). Central Bank Digital Currencies could be a digital version of money, a bit like a digital banknote that could be used alongside physical notes and coins. Unlike most of the digital money people use daily today, it would be issued directly by a central bank, like the Bank of England in the UK, and governments and central banks across the world are working together looking into what having a digital currency might mean in practise…With these principles the G7 is leading an important step change in the global policy conversation...” UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, 14th Oct 2021.
And this is where that same Rishi Sunak currently stands with the Conservative parliamentary party in the leadership race.
Not that the gender-critical, Stonewall supporting, Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) ally, and net zero advocate Penny Mourdant would particularly inspire actual Conservative party voters either. A final showdown between these two? It’s almost too perfect for globalists to be true. Yet the technocrats who are currently acting as pied-pipers for the Conservative wing of the globalist movement have spelled out precisely what they are engaged in: “regime change”.
4) Dominic Cummings, the Technocrat
It is noteworthy that Rishi Sunak was appointed as Chancellor of the Exchequer by none other than Boris Johnson’s former de facto Chief of Staff and now arch nemesis, Dominic Cummings.
The Times reports on 02 May 2021:
“The former aide, who has accused Johnson of falling “below the standards of competence and integrity the country deserves”, helped engineer Sunak’s promotion to chancellor last year.”
As we have covered in a previous edition of the Radical Dispatch, Dominic Cummings is a not-to-be-trusted full-on open technocrat. It is worth reading the below in full:
It is with the above in mind that the following Daily Mail headline from last Monday makes sense:
And despite his firm protestations:
Yes despite such protestations, it is important to recall that the then junior Rishi Sunak was prematurely and unexpectedly promoted to the role of Chancellor by none other than Dominic Cummings. This - keen Dispatchers will recall - was on condition that Sunak submit the Treasury to Number 10’s direct command, under its then Chief of Staff, again Cummings.
“Rishi Sunak has been appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer after the dramatic resignation of Sajid Javid. The ex-chief secretary was promoted from the number two job at the Treasury after his former boss quit in the bloody outcome of a power struggle with Number 10 aide Dominic Cummings.”
5) The Labour Party is Also Watching
As Nadine Dorries again correctly observes, if the final two candidates for Conservative party leader are Rishi Sunak and someone that rank and file members would find unelectable (such as Penny Mourdaunt) then technocrat Cummings’ favoured globalist candidate Sunak would be a shoe-in.
Upon selecting their final two candidates - one of whom must then be elected by members as leader - Conservative members would do well to remember that their next candidate will have to face off Labour in the coming General Election, potentially under their new - but also pre-selected - leader too, whoever that may be.
Members would also do well to remember that any candidate who has the pre-approval of the British globalist establishment will not be serving party members, the British public nor Great Britain. Rather - and as recent experience with Covid mandates has sufficiently demonstrated - they would be serving in order to complete the domestic element of the global palace coup that has already been initiated within the governments of most developed countries.
It remains to be seen if Foreign Secretary and other front-running candidate Liz Truss could meet the unique challenge of appealing to a cross section of rank and file Tories, as well as non-party voters. Though as a former Remain supporting Liberal Democrat who is now endorsed by the Brexit supporting right-wing of the Conservative party, she may stand a better chance at attracting some cross-over national votes while not being beholden to globalist designs for Britain.