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The Truss Conundrum

October 10, 2022 Leave a comment

There is no pleasure in seeing a British Prime Minister so far out of their depth, that even an author and philosopher who she says she is greatly inspired by publicly, announces that the Prime Minister does not understand what he was writing about.

The announcement that Truss has written off a multi-million Pound media campaign to advise people how to lower their energy usage and thereby save money is troubling.

Just these two examples suggest Liz Truss is incapable of thinking for herself. That the idealism talked up across the media consists of little more than whatever she happens to have read and taken away from a book, watched on a screen or heard somebody she likes whispering in her ear.

For those who are really thinking hard about the situation that not only the UK, but the entire world is facing, the reality that Liz Truss is not only slavishly following the economic philosophy of neoliberalism, but working tirelessly to take the whole thing into a new league, is very troubling indeed.

We have of course heard Truss talking lots about growth in recent days. Especially in her speech at the Conservative Party Conference, where she effectively drew a line between those who are pro-growth and those who are not.

Growth is of course one of the key mantras of the neoliberalism movement. Of free marketeers. Of all those who are driven by, motivated by, and intoxicated by the FIAT money-based system. The money-based order that is behind and at the basis of ALL of the problems that the world and the UK now faces.

An ongoing series of British Prime Ministers from different political parties have been very fortunate, in that the economic environment has allowed them to do pretty much as they liked without any great threat of repercussions.

Truss, however, is on the tail end of 4 Conservative Prime Ministers who have made decisions that have exaggerated and accelerated the demise and destruction of a dying world order. One that was always destined to collapse. It was only a question of when.

As the situation worldwide has become critical and we progress into the early stages of an economic crash, with deglobalization now fully underway, Truss’ inability to read any situation in real time for herself, whilst being surrounded by people who are doing exactly the same as they attempt to advise her, means that she has completely lost touch with reality and what the Country faces.

Truss does not understand that even the slightest move in the wrong direction or contrary to what is genuinely needed, will now have significant consequences for everyone.

On her current course, the Truss Government is destined to collapse quickly. But this does not necessarily mean that good news will follow if there is yet another change.

There is nobody in politics today who offers anything better than what Truss can. This means that the consequences of yet another change in Prime Minister, whether that be to another Conservative, or through a General Election to a leader of another political party – from any of those that we have on offer, will lead to consequences for all of us which are likely to be considerably worse.

A change in leader or leadership now, without genuine and universal change in approach to all areas of public policy will be a downward step that quickly proves even more disastrous. Much like the transition from Boris Johnson to Truss, which we have only Just undergone.

Dreadful as the prospect may seem, the UK needs stability. At least in terms of who is the incumbent at No.10.

However, whilst Truss may have modelled herself and wished to be seen as the new Thatcher, believing that it would be as simple as telling the world she is another lady who is not for turning, it is indeed turning that the UK now very much needs her to do.

The machinations and the philosophy of the dying world order, which has been harnessed by the world elites, organisations such as the World Economic Forum (WEF), and the establishment of which Truss and those around her are very much a part, has now reached its final phase of self-destruct.

But even now, as the chaos they are responsible for engulfs the world, those who are desperate to save their order, telling us that it will be something new, believe everything they are doing, controlling and pushing will ultimately lead to the continuation of their control.

It won’t. But the process they are following and inflicting upon us all will destroy many lives and with it much of what we already know, for as long as this disastrous approach continues to be pursued.

Truss has a great opportunity to turn away from this, reject everything she has pursued as an MP, and take all of us and the UK a very different way.

Whilst Truss may appear to be a frightened rabbit in the headlights, terrified of turning or doing U turns of any other kind, the Prime Minister has the choice to reject the narratives and the words of the people and the influences that currently surround her too.

She can begin the process of change by listening and taking information and guidance from very different people, very different advisers, and very different sources of influence who genuinely see people across the UK and what’s good for us all, as the right and common cause.

In times of peace, economic stability, and when there appeared to be no dangers coming over the hill, there would have been plenty of opportunity for any Prime Minister or political movement to develop, discuss and test strategies in public policy which after robust discussion and acting upon feedback could be then considered to be in the best interest of us all to pursue.

That time no longer exists. Indeed, such moments in time have been wilfully squandered and wasted by many prime ministers and different political parties in power that have come before Truss and her Government.

Strategies and the time for their development is always a gift. A genuine bonus of peacetime.

Everything that Truss faces now must be considered to be on a war footing. Nothing less.

The priority must be the people. Ensuring that everyone can rely on public systems and support that provides the basic necessities that life requires in order that people can get by and survive through the turbulent weeks, months and potentially years that now lie ahead of us.

Developing strategy in real time and on the hoof will be a necessary and vital part of this. Not least of all because onshoring of every conceivable type of industry and the redevelopment of very localised supply chains and local food production are an essential part of safeguarding the UK’s future.

Firefighting and dealing with the coming emergency must itself incorporate the stepping stones and building blocks of the UK’s return to National self-sufficiency, with the focus on doing all of the things in the UK that the UK can and will always do well.

There are going to be shortages. Shortages of everything. Shortages that cannot be avoided by any kind of media campaign or narrative aimed at fooling the people in anyway.

Britain now needs a wartime Prime Minister who can electrify the electorate with words of hope, motivating and inspiring people to look at and think about life differently.

Our Prime Minister must be able to harness and apply brutal honesty in a way that makes sense of difficult times in a way that resonates and is accessible to us all.

She may not realise it yet, but Truss could turn everything that has gone wrong for her and has been seen to go wrong with her, around.

But that opportunity only exists for Truss if she chooses to be a very different kind of Prime Minister to the one she is currently fixated on being within her own mind, rather than where she really is.

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