Report by CHRIS EVERARD
The mathematical odds of SEVEN former members of an elite drinking club all getting top political jobs all at the same time, and all being members of the Conservative Party is at least 240 MILLION to ONE.
But that is exactly what has happened in Britain.
The elite club is known as THE BULLINGDON and it’s members include DAVID CAMERON [resigned Prime Minister and cousin of Queen Elizabeth], BORIS JOHNSON [Mayor of London], GEORGE OSBORNE [The Chancellor of the Exchquer who was fired for running a fake austerity scam, telling lies in Parliament that government debt had gone down, when in fact it has gone through the roof], plus various bankers earning tidy profits from government deals such as the brother of Boris Johnson who is a Deutsche Bank broker and Nathaniel Rothschild who was commissioned to write a report about the potential loss of billions of pounds of tax payers’ money privatising the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Frankly, the Conservative Party have COLLAPSED. They ran with just 11% of the vote in the 2015 General Election and since then, David Cameron’s top political ally, Patrick Rock, a man employed to ‘clean child porn off the internet’, was, indeed, busted and sentenced for having child porn on his computer in his private office at Downing street.
All in all, the Conservative Party have collapsed in public popularity just the same as the disastrous JOHN MAJOR government which sold-out the British people to the E.U. SuperState by signing a string of over-bearing EU Treaties which have now all been crumpled up and thrown over the pier like yesterdays Fish and Chips wrapper.
Henceforth, let it be known that the next wave of the BULLINGDON are now taking up their positions in the trenches, attempting to convince the British that the Conservatives have wide support – especially from small businesses. Well, their website TheCampaignForSmallBusiness no longer exists and merely redirects to the Conservative Party website, and so, the Conservatives have resorted to tried and tested good old fashioned PAID PROPAGANDA.
Yes, it has been revealed that David Cameron has been spending around £100,000 [$132,000 US dollars] PER MONTH on FACEBOOK ADS. That’s more than a million per year – but what is really telling is how the Tory-supporting newspapers seem to have been running ‘advertorial’ stylised front page splurges fawning over the Conservative Party policies – rather similar in fact to how Goebbels convinced NAZI era newspapers to publish editorial oratories eulogising Mr Hitler…
Enter centre stage, the latest front page wheeze designed to propagandise the minds of small business owners that the Conservative’s Bedroom Tax, Congestion Charges [which are another form of tax], and sky high local Business Rates are a ‘good idea’… The Conservatives obviously think small business owners must be bloody stupid… The articles we have seen emerge seemingly showing widespread support from small business owners for Theresa May are FAKE.
The ByLine Blog recently highlighted a front page splash in the Telegraph of 5000 small business owners who claimed the Conservative Party policies were the only choice.
The article was a fraud. Many signatures came from Conservative cronies themselves.
The ByLine Blog claims that cyber-geeks found the document had been authored by Conservative Campaign head office. Then, just as had been done with the 100 top business leaders who had endorsed David Cameron two weeks before, massed ranks of researchers began to frisk the list of names. By the end of the day, Twitter links (collated by blogger Alex Andreou) had proven that dozens of the names were duplicates, or not from business owners at all!
The BBC mole: Hidden among the signees was a woman who would appear, three days later, as an ‘undecided voter’ on BBC One’s election Question Time, challenging then Labour leader Ed Miliband harshly about his economic credentials!
Further online research revealed that Catherine Shuttleworth, head of Savvy Media, had not only signed the letter as signatory 3882, but also had previously endorsed a conservative politician who had helped found her company.
The next day an anonymous online contributor also revealed that a Financial Times endorsement of Cameron and the Coalition – which took Ed Miliband to task for being too “preoccupied by inequality” – was written by Jonathan Ford, pictured as a member of Oxford University’s Bullingdon club alongside David Cameron and Boris Johnson.
Read more at: https://www.byline.com/column/2/article/30