Repost by Permission: British Leader Stuns Western Elites With “Trump Could Be What World Needs” Bombshell Proclamation

January 20, 2024

British Leader Stuns Western Elites With “Trump Could Be What World Needs” Bombshell Proclamation

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

A gobsmacking new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos-Switzerland concluded its annual meeting yesterday, says the socialist Western elites attending were then stunned after former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson dropped his bombshell open letter “The Global Wokerati Are Trembling So Violently You Can Hear The Ice Tinkingly In Their Negrois—But A Trump Presidency Could Be Just What The World Needs” on all of them, wherein he proclaimed and assessed:

With the shriek of elderly beldames leaping on the piano stool after spying a mouse in their ­petticoats, the Western liberal ­intelligentsia has finally ­spotted the likely result of this November’s U.S. presidential elections.

The results from the Iowa Republican caucus have exploded like thunder in every high-minded meeting place, and the ­reaction is always the same: sheer, gibbering funk.

In the editorial conferences of fine old U.S. and UK publications, the leader writers are having hysterics.

In the cocktail parties of Davos, I am told, the global wokerati have been trembling so violently that you could hear the ice tinkling in their negronis.

In the senior common rooms of our ­universities, in the synod of the Church of England, in the Orwellian corridors of the BBC and among much of the UK establishment there has been a caterwauling orgy of nose-holding abhorrence.

No! they are saying.  Not him — not that man again!

Fie!  La!  Pah!  Lawks a mercy and stap me vitals!

Yes, folks, the great orange dirigible is miraculously re-inflating across the Atlantic.  The pachydermous human bouncy castle is rising again.  Following his sweeping victory in Iowa, Donald Trump is now the ­overwhelming favourite to be the Republican nominee, and ahead in the polls to take the presidency.

The prospect has driven some people to the brink of virtue-signalling derangement.

According to The Economist: ‘Donald Trump poses the biggest threat to the world in 2024’.

Now, I love The Economist.  But I wonder whether there is anyone on its staff who thinks they might be slightly ­over-egging it.

The biggest threat to the world?  Trump?

If you look at the facts, you can actually make a case — and I may as well make it now — that a Trump presidency could be just what the world needs.

Reasonable people can see that Trump is not, actually, a would-be dictator, and they have come to resent what look like legalistic ruses to axe him as a candidate.  The more ­frenzied the effort to cancel him, the stronger he becomes.  The more bitterly his enemies wage lawfare against him, the more unstoppable he seems to be.

Instead of hyperventilating and clutching our pearls, we need to look dispassionately at what happened in his last ­presidency as a guide to the future.

There is every chance, under Trump, that the West will be stronger, and the world more stable.  Can you really say that the world feels safer now than it did when Trump was president?

Let’s face it: the real issue for the Trumpophobes is not foreign ­policy, or the environment, or the economy.

It’s more about taste, and style, and his undoubted ability to wind people up.  I suppose he has been caught saying a few unguarded things — but who hasn’t?  He who is without sin in this department, let him cast the first stone.

As it happens I have always found him, personally, a model of old-fashioned courtesy and good ­manners.  I must confess the truth: I like his style.  I like the vaguely African dance he does at his rallies, and I laugh at his essentially good-natured parodies of French president Emmanuel Macron and Biden.

Can you really say, after three years out of office, that his energies show any sign of flagging?

So to all my high-minded anti-Trump friends I say, calm down, folks.  The more you froth and fret, the more determined his supporters will be — and a Trump victory will continue to migrate from possibility to likelihood to nailed-on certainty.

Quickly following Prime Minister Johnson dropping his bombshell proclamation that antiwar President Donald Trump could be what the world needs right now before it slides into World War III, this report concludes, demented and deranged warmonger Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden threatened the under socialist siege American peoples opposing him with the declaration: “I love people who say, ‘THE BLOOD OF LIBERTY’…Or, excuse me, ‘the tree of liberty is watered with the blood of patriots!’…Well, guess what, man…I didn’t see a whole lot of patriots that are out there walking around making sure that we have these weapons and if you really want to worry about the government, you need an F-16!”—and as to whom Socialist Leader Biden is threatening his own peoples for, the just released article “Survey: Two-Thirds Of Elites Say There’s Too Much Freedom In America” beyond shockingly revealed:

The nation’s ruling class holds deeply authoritarian opinions widely divorced from the rest of the American electorate, finds a survey out this week.

It found nearly 60 percent of American “elites” think there is too much individual freedom in America.  Meanwhile, nearly 60 percent of registered voters have the exact opposite opinion, reporting the United States has too much top-down control, limiting liberty.

The study, titled “Them Vs. U.S.”, defined the American “elite” as “having a postgraduate degree, a household income of more than $150,000 annually, and living in a zip code with more than 10,000 people per square mile”.  Such people account for about 1 percent of Americans.  The study also examined a sub-sample of the 1 percent who graduated from Ivy League schools or other name-brand institutions such as Northwestern, Duke, Stanford, and the University of Chicago.

The study from the Committee to Unleash Prosperity found ruling class opinions on climate policies were particularly harsh and despotic.  More than two-thirds of the 1 percent support rationing vital energy and food sources in an attempt to control the globe’s weather.  That number jumped to nearly 90 percent among the Ivy Leaguers.

Around two-thirds of normal registered voters, however, oppose rationing vital resources.

[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]

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