Thursday 18 May 2023

Off The Record?

Is anyone here at Bilderberg? I am by the bar, waiting for this atrocious ABBA tribute act to end. I warned you against letting old Kissinger book the turns again. But you never learn, do you? There are people whom I respect and who are concerned about the Bilderberg Group, but I am not frightened of David Lammy and other white trash. Their conversation must be scintillating.

Even if they were what they obviously wanted us to think that they were, dedollarisation marches on. BRICS expansion marches on. The Eurasia Economic Union marches on. The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation marches on. The Collective Security Treaty Organisation marches on. The Belt and Road Initiative marches on. The Wagner Group literally marches on. Love these things or loathe them, but they are the real world. The emerging world of the Rasht-Astara railway within the North–South Transport Corridor.

The G7 can be at the table, or it can be on the menu. It can be on the bus, or it can be under it. Today, it was effectively announced that Britain was at war with Russia, and thus with all of the above, because Ukraine had used a Storm Shadow for its only possible purpose. The Conservatives, Labour, the Liberal Democrats, the SNP, the Greens, and their various satellites, are all gung-ho for this.

But when I tell you that there is going to be a hung Parliament, then you can take that to the bank. I spent the 2005 Parliament saying that it was psephologically impossible for the Heir to Blair's Conservative Party to win an overall majority. I predicted a hung Parliament on the day that the 2017 General Election was called, and I stuck to that, entirely alone, all the way up to the publication of the exit poll eight long weeks later. And on the day that Rishi Sunak became Prime Minister, I predicted that a General Election between him and Keir Starmer would result in a hung Parliament.

To strengthen families and communities by securing economic equality and international peace through the democratic political control of the means to those ends, including national and parliamentary sovereignty, we need to hold the balance of power. Owing nothing to either main party, we must be open to the better offer. There does, however, need to be a better offer. Not a lesser evil, which in any case the Labour Party is not.


  1. Hook them with that hilarious first paragraph, I guffawed, and then reel them in, we need you in Parliament.