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David Frost, mainstream politicians and the media are lying to you about climate change

Heat death: back in 2020, this site reported that the far north had experienced its hottest temperatures ever, with fires breaking out across the world. But (I said then) the Tories saw no need to adapt to climate change and Keir Starmer had abandoned Labour’s policies to deal with it. That is still the case now and the situation is already much worse. You need to vote for someone other than these genocidal Labour and Tory lunatics.

In fact, all the politicians who want to shelve their green policies to get a boost from selfish-idiot voters are lying to you. Frost is just the most visible.

Here’s what he’s saying:

Here’s what we’re not being told:

Here’s why Frost is lying and the media are hiding the facts:

Here’s the answer for now:


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Did the National Conservatives stop to consider the connotation of their chosen name?

Nat C: this Hitlerian image fits well with the way the abbreviation for Jacob Rees-Mogg’s National Conservatism idea sounds.

It’s times like these that make you realise some Tories don’t have two brain cells to rub together.

It seems David Frost and Jacob Rees-Mogg have come up with a new kind of Conservatism:

According to the article, Nat C-ism is about the following:

A belief in the nation state and the principle of national independence… confidence that the self-governing, democratic nation is the best way that peoples have found to manage their affairs, preserve their traditions and culture, settle their differences, trade and prosper. That belief in the self-governing nation state was the driving force behind the Brexit vote: as polling shows, the main motivation for many Leave voters was for decisions about Britain to be taken in Britain.

So: Brexiteerism.

Also,

a restoration of economic freedom, freedom of speech and anti-woke policies rooted in common sense and in the historic public culture of this country. Underlying this is a belief that the state cannot do everything, but must do properly what it does do: end mass migration so that all may integrate into our nation; maintain law, order and justice; support those who need help, not those who don’t; protect our institutions; and build effective armed forces in a dangerous world.

“Woke” means “alert to injustice and discrimination in society, especially racism” – so “anti-woke” implies ignoring injustice, discrimination and racism. The ideas about the state suggest totalitarian control over what people may or may not do, while choosing who to privilege and who to prejudice against, along with militarisation.

So when people like Sue Jones (below) say…

 

… I’m inclined to agree with them. Nat C? Why not go the whole hog and call them what they seem to be. It sounds exactly the same when spoken.


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NI protocol: Frost’s new plan gets cold reception from EU. Rightly?

Lord Frost: he has turned his back on ‘Building Back Better’ and he isn’t ‘Getting On’ with anything – particularly the EU and Northern Ireland.

Both the UK and EU are putting forward ideas to change the Northern Ireland Protocol that aims to prevent a hard border being set up between the province and the Republic of Ireland. The problem is obvious: they don’t agree.

Worse still is the admission by Brexit Secretary Lord Frost that the UK only signed up to the protocol, back in 2019, because Boris Johnson was in a hurry to “Get Brexit Done”.

The implication is clear:

Johnson has only ever seen Brexit as an electoral tool – to fool voters into electing a Conservative government. He never really supported its agreements.

Let’s remind ourselves of what Johnson said about the deal in 2019, and what he has said about it since:

So it was a “great new deal”, but only up to the point at which it was implemented, after which it was a barrier to trade. A barrier that Johnson and Frost created!

Frost has now turned on the deal that he himself, personally, negotiated, saying that it is no good. It seems the whole world has responded with incredulity at the sheer cheek of this man, many agreeing with Neale Richmond’s analysis of him, below:

Frost reckons the NI Protocol is unworkable and blames the EU for imposing rules that restrict the flow of UK goods across the artificial border that Johnson put in the middle of the Irish Sea after lying that he’d do no such thing.

He has devised an entirely new protocol that strips the European Court of Justice of its governance role and proposes international arbitration of the way provisions in the protocol are implemented.

But the EU has said it would be very hard to see the Protocol surviving without ECJ oversight and was set, today, to propose its own changes:

The proposals are understood to include a unique deal around agri-food – which includes agriculture, horticulture, and food and drink processing – aimed at sharply reducing the checks on products moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.

There will also be an arrangement to allow the continued sale of chilled meats from Great Britain in Northern Ireland; these products were facing a ban.

The EU has also said it is going to change its laws in an attempt to solve regulatory issues which are posing a threat to the supply of medicines to Northern Ireland.

Clearly there are huge differences between the two sides and these are likely to lead to weeks of negotiation, with the future of peace in Northern Ireland – as provided under the Good Friday Agreement that many signatories have already abandoned – in the balance.

For Johnson and his government, the damage has already been done. Their contradictory behaviour has been universally condemned by opponents and former allies alike, both within and outside the Conservative Party:

Particularly infuriating is the Johnson government’s refusal to discuss any of its policies without lying about them – including this one:

Clearly there was no good faith and the plan was always to cause trouble in Northern Ireland and to rip up the agreement later.

And what about Bernard Jenkin’s appearance on the BBC’s Newsnight?

Notice the faux pas at the end when he said, “We tried to make it worse – work.”

But Jenkin wasn’t convincing. Too many of us have had our eyes opened to the harm these lying clowns have caused, and we’re not going to believe any more.

Some of us have been proved to have been right all along:

We are realising what Johnson has been able to do, simply by lying repeatedly to us – not only about Brexit but about everything else he was planning to do:

And we see the consequences:

The trouble now is those tribal members of the public who simply won’t accept the evidence that is now in front of them.

It is.

And some will carry on supporting it, even when their own standard of living plummets.

All we can hope – those of us who seriously want a better future for our bitterly divided and misled island nation – is that enough people have realised the depth of Johnson’s – and Frost’s – betrayal to make a difference before it is too late for us all.

But the clock is ticking…

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