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UK: Boris Johnson’s Victory Irks European Liberals

UK: Boris Johnson’s Victory Irks European Liberals

Protesters outside Downing street scream: “Not My Prime Minister.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-MrdvSZrEE

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s election victory over his rival Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn triggered an unprecedented meltdown in European Liberal media and political circles. The Conservative Party led by Johnson won a resounding 80-seat majority on Thursday, paving the way for Brexit by the end of next month. While the Conservatives secured their biggest majority since Margaret Thatcher’s victory in 1987, the socialist Labour registered its worst election performance since 1935.

Hundreds of leftist agitators protested outside Johnson’s Downing Street residence in London, chanting “Boris Johnson: Not My Prime Minister.” They expressed their anger over the democratically elected Prime Minister by brandishing signs that said “Defy Tory Rule” and “Refugees Welcome.”

Unwilling to accept that the British voters were rejecting Jeremy Corbyn and his far-left agenda on their own accord, Britain’s largest Liberal newspaper The Guradian blamed the Labour’s impending misery on Russians meddling. In an op-ed published on the election day, Glenn R Simpson and Peter Fritsch, founders of the Fusion GPS, urged that “Britain needs its own Mueller report on Russian ‘interference’.” With the Labour Party tanking in polls, the duo saw a vast conspiracy spanning across the Atlantic: “While our initial focus was on Russian meddling in US politics, it has since become increasingly clear that Britain’s political system has also been deeply affected by Russian influence operations.”

The German state-run broadcaster Deutsche Welle accused British voters of racism for overwhelmingly reelecting Boris Johnson. “Boris wins, but the UK loses,” the broadcaster lamented. “Is it a sign of the times we live in that lies, broken promises and barely veiled racism trump (pun intended) substance and policies?” Deutsche Welle complained. “Boris Johnson adopted almost every trick out of Donald Trump’s playbook. And no one batted an eyelid.”

Germany’s state broadcaster ARD castigated the British voters for not voting the right way. “The Britons had the chance, with this election for the Lower House, to prevent their economic and political decline. They didn’t use to,” the broadcaster wrote.

Painting a grim, but accurate, picture of the pro-EU camp, ARD admitted: “The Remainers have lost. Those, who wanted to keep the country in the EU have been utterly destroyed. Their game is up. There will be no second referendum.”

The foreign desk at German weekly Der Spiegel interrupted its regular anti-Trump coverage to bash British voters. “The turkeys voted for Christmas,” claimed one of the headline. “Decency, honesty and integrity have lost,” Der Spiegel wrote, lamenting the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn, who made Labour Party a refuge for antisemites, Muslim radicals, and far-left agitators.

“The election will not narrow down the divide opened by [former UK PM David] Cameron and will not help to restore the necessary unity to overcome the trauma of separation from the EU,” the leading Spanish newspaper El Mundo remarked.

“Europe loses London, this times it’s for real,” Italy’s most-read newspaper Corriere della Sera concluded. “The true night of Brexit is here.

The official response was more muted. “I look forward to working with you for the friendship and strong cooperation between our nations,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a statement. President of the European Council, Charles Michel, expected a swift British parliamentary vote endorsing Brexit. “We expect, as soon as possible, a vote by the British parliament … It’s important to have clarity,” the top EU official said.

Support for the reelected British Prime Minister came from the other side of the Atlantic, with U.S. President Donald Trump offering a prospect of a trade deal with the UK as the election results pave way for Brexit.

Much like Trump’s victory in 2016, Johnson’s landslide majority has send European leftists and liberals into a circle of grief, oscillating between rejecting of the election results and blaming everybody else except their beloved candidate for the debacle. These self-proclaimed champions of democracy and guardians of ‘oppressed masses,’ are showing their bitter and ugly face as British working class voters resoundingly rejected their socialist, globalist agenda.

Johnson’s Downing Street victory speech

[Cover image via YouTube] [Excerpts from German media reports translated by the author]

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So the Leftists are squealing Russia, Russia, Russia again. The same Leftists that worshipped the USSR. So why is it the idiots think anyone is going to believe (outside their bubble of stupid Leftists) that Putin would not prefer the immoral communist option of Labor? I guess they think it worked in the US where they try to convince people that Putin would not prefer the flexible Democraps with their restart button and whose evil queen Hitlery sold Putin US uranium for her personal profit.

“Not my prime minister”

This is going to be a standard chant every time these commies lose an election. And it’s not enough that they always claim that they were cheated. When they lose in a landslide, they don’t feel obligated to respect the democratic process. Instead, they call for a revolution against the people

That is why it is important that Trump win in a landslide. Only then will the case be closed that these people truly are communists and need to be dealt with. In a democracy, it’s perfectly acceptable to gripe because your side lost an election. But it isn’t justification for a call for revolution by an angry radical minority.

When these people capture power by election, it is usually the final election. Getting your liberty back will then require bleeding and dying.

If Johnson is not their Prime Minister, then who is? If Trump is not their President, then who is? They need to be asked these questions.

    Sunlight78 in reply to MikeE. | December 14, 2019 at 12:34 pm

    Well where ever their leader rules, they need to go there and stay. Just be happy far away where no one has to hear them squeal. I would contribute a few dollars for their trip which should be cheap enough since the Left are vilifying air plane travel. Maybe a boat made out of degradable organic soy milk cartons with a sail made from their underwear or stolen parents underwear.

    Old Patzer in reply to MikeE. | December 14, 2019 at 1:11 pm

    Strictly speaking, he is the queen’s prime minister.

    Milhouse in reply to MikeE. | December 15, 2019 at 2:39 pm

    Johnson isn’t their minister, he’s the Queen’s. And Trump is not my president or yours, he’s the United States’s. Individual US citizens don’t have a president; individual UK citizens have a queen, but not ministers.

    And yes, I know, that’s not what they mean. But it’s the truth.

    dunce1239 in reply to MikeE. | December 15, 2019 at 4:25 pm

    No, because as long as you are asking the results of the election are not final.the results are being disputed. they have clammered for open borders for years. Now they have them, if they actually feel that the border means nothing, then live in the EU. Everyone can vote with their feet. What welcome do you think the people in the EU will give them?? They are political refugees then they should get free housing,food, education, and medical care.

Can’t these clowns come up with something original. Yes children, he is your prime minister until you get up the gumption to have a vote and turn him out. Of course there’s a little problem for y’all. It’s apparent that you don’t have the votes right now.

Maggie Thatcher had a similar problem with her squealing opponents. I think she won four elections before she was finally turned out, and I think it’s probable that Boris will win a few more elections his own self.

There’s something about “liberals” and “progressives”. They think that they are entitled to win every and I mean every election since they are “on the right side of the arc of history”. Get over your own silly selves–morons!

They were out in the streets chanting this is how democracy works, this is how democracy works… I imagine they were ranting at some other protest the day they taught about “voting” on election day.

All of these people are outright communists and should be treated as such.

Leftists are sociopaths. You submit or they attack. It is who they are and what they do. Leftists are totalitarians. It is about power not reason. They view anybody who attempts to reason with them as weak. Think bullies. They must be defeated not convinced. Power is all they understand. That is why the loss of power is beyond what they can imagine.

Kooks over there look and sound like kooks over here.

What do they have? Some kind of world wide protest manual? “Ok. Here is where we say _(fill in)__ is not my __(fill in__)”

To quote a line from the play South Pacific:
“Now ain’t that too dam bad” Bloody Mary.

Had the sane feeling as the mornings of the 25th of June (Brexit) and 9th November 2016 hahahaaha

I’ve been enjoying the melt downs o facebook and twitter as well …putting the boot in while your liberal friends are crying like little botches is just too good an opportunity to pass up hahahahahahah

On a serious note though. This is actually the best result for Labour as they now have the opportunity to rebuild their brand and prove to the country that they can offer something else other than the politics of pettiness and envy.

Much like America avoided the Clinton bullet, the UK avoided the Labour bullet…and thank fuck for that! Labour would have absolutely destroyed the country by surrendering to the EU and bankrolling the country with its tax grabs!

Question is, is Labour capable if learning from its mistakes and is it capable of rooting out the racists that infect its membership? I dont think so.

    Vijeta Uniyal in reply to mailman. | December 14, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    Labour isn’t the old working class party of the yesteryears. Under Corbyn lots of leftist agitators have taken positions of power within the party. Even if Corbyn quits, not sure if that swamp is getting drained anytime soon.

Delicious irony!

Western Bolesheviks blaming Russia, for western voters rejecting socialism.

Bankrolling = bankrupting

SeekingRationalThought | December 14, 2019 at 2:15 pm

Labor and leftist tears will keep the rest of us young and prosperous. They voted like dolt’s and they are protesting like children.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | December 14, 2019 at 2:36 pm

Jeff Taylor: Now the results are in, it has become clear that the people of the UK have roundly rejected the hard left socialist policies of Red Labour and are backing Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party to deliver Brexit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AmPch8bYi8

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | December 14, 2019 at 2:54 pm

Interesting……

Corbyn’s Massive Defeat is Big Wakeup Call for Democrats

It’s time for US democrats to reflect on the message UK voters gave Labour yesterday.

Proposed Wakeup Phone Call

“Hello Elizabeth. This is Jeremy, Jeremy Corbyn. About your radical plan to save America. I’ve been doing some reflecting. Guess what?”

Jeremy Corbyn Went Down in Flames

Jeremy Corbyn went down in flames yesterday in the biggest Labour defeat in 35 years.

The above proposed phone call will never happen because Corbyn Refuses to Admit He is the Reason for Labour’s Massive Defeat.

https://moneymaven.io/mishtalk/economics/corbyn-s-massive-defeat-is-big-wakeup-call-for-democrats-QgZN9n-2p0GgLbiyxmWTiw/

Lucifer Morningstar | December 14, 2019 at 3:33 pm

And now Boris Johnson and his advisors need to sit down and draft a Brexit agreement that gives the U.K. everything they want, present it to the E.U. leadership, and tell them that it’s a “Yes or No” decision on their part and there will be no negotiations and they must make a decision before January 31st, 2020 or the U.K. will leave without an agreement.

The E.U. needs the U.K. more than the U.K. needs the E.U. That should be made very clear to the Little Hitlers in Belgium. And if they don’t like it well, tough titties to them.

    Yes, exactly. The UK needs a deal, but people seem to forget that so does the EU. Johnson campaigned on the deal he already had, which is not such a good one; but he can say he didn’t anticipate this result, and since it put him in a position to get a better deal for the people who voted for him, he should do so.

Our liberals … Their liberals … Need to learn to accept election results

So this is the new World War Three: the swamp/left/islamic fascist axis versus the rest of us.

Here we go again.

The left certainly has a problem accepting responsibly for defeat. It’s Russia again. Hillary and Robbie Mook ran one of the worst presidential campaigns in history. Jeremy Corbyn was universally disliked, even by those in his own party. Like Americans in 2016, Brits realized if they didn’t change the direction their country was moving that they wouldn’t have a country.

Coincidence? I think not. Boris is up against the same international bad actors who have bedeviled DJT. They hate Boris and DJT for throwing two large monkey wrenches into the works of their machine, and hate them more because they were forced to lift the veil from their hatred for democracy and the rule of law, and many once asleep are now awake.

“The left certainly has a problem accepting responsibly for defeat.”

The left is all about avoiding responsibility. Everyone from drug addicts to criminals to terrorists gets off the hook, somebody “made them do it”. The only people who have to take responsibility are their political enemies.

The EU elites probably realize that there is support in some other EU countries to get out. The EU is not a country that grew organically like the US with a shared history that can allow immigrants with different ideas and backgrounds to come in and be a part of it. The EU is an artificial agreement among nations that have hated and fought each other over most of the past 2,000 years.

SeekingRationalThought | December 15, 2019 at 11:35 am

The most obvious thing about the alleged liberal (these people are not liberals, they are statist “progressives,” a totally different and rabid animal) response is its adolescent nature. The scramble to blame others and to find excuses. The inability to see the world as it is not as how they want it to be. Even the whinging and eye rolling. That isn’t to say that they shouldn’t be taken seriously. As we have found time after time, even adolescents can kill you. As can adults with adolescent minds. On the other hand, we shouldn’t take their ideas seriously because they are not… serious.

I wonder when they’ll start the impeachment hearings.

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