Introduction – July 21, 2022
Liz Truss has opened a strong lead over Rishi Sunak in the race for number ten Downing Street. When it comes to the front-runners there will be no outsiders. All the main contenders will have been approved and sanctioned beforehand and this contest is no exception.
The three main contenders – Rishi Subak, Penny Mordaunt and Liz Truss – had all attended World Economic Forum gatherings. Nonetheless, we think Truss has already been selected to be prime minister because of what is coming next on the global agenda.
With growing grass-roots resistance to the vaccine mandate the elite have switched to Plan B, war with Russia. It’s no coincidence that the Russian invasion of Ukraine occurred just as popular opposition to the vaccine dictates was starting gather pace.
Since then there has been a steady build-up of Western military power to the West of Ukraine. This has been in preparation for a clash between the NATO alliance and Russia.
Moreover, we suspect that Liz Truss has already been chosen to lead Britain into the foray; reprising the role of Margaret Thatcher in the Falklands campaign as a modern day Bodeacia. Of course if war does ensue it will be much more destructive than the Falklands but the important thing is the build-up, so that there willbe no faltering or wavering at the last moment.
That’s where Truss as a modern day Bodeacia comes in. Rallying the troops and the nation behind her as she leads the world into a catastrophic conflagration. Ed.
Liz Truss Holds Commanding Lead Over Rishi Sunak In Race To Be Prime Minister
Graeme Danianyk – Yahoo News July 21, 2022
Liz Truss is well-positioned to be Britain’s next prime minister after a poll suggested she had a strong lead over Rishi Sunak in their run-off.
A day after Conservative MPs put them both into the final two, a poll of 730 Tory party members saw a “significant lead” for the foreign secretary over the former chancellor.
The YouGov survey, carried out after the two final candidates had been announced, on Wednesday and Thursday, put Truss ahead by 24 points.
The poll had Truss on 62% and Sunak on 38%, excluding those who do not know or would not vote.