June 9, 2017
The Daily Stormer’s endorsement of Corbyn did not lead to a Corbyn victory, however, it did lead to a “staggering blow” to the evil witch Theresa and her gaggle of deranged, warmongering, anti-freedom, immigrationist kikes.
British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed Friday to remain in power and push ahead with difficult talks on Britain’s E.U. exit despite a stunning election blow that left her Conservative Party grievously weakened and the country in a political tailspin.
“I will now form a government — a government that can provide certainty and lead Britain forward at this critical time for our country,” May said in front of 10 Downing Street following a 20-minute meeting with the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
As questions swirled over whether her Brexit plans can survive, May promised no delays in negotiations with the European Union, which are scheduled to begin within days.
“What the country needs more than ever is certainty,” she said.
Yeah, female leader great for that lol.
Her expression was grim-faced and joyless, but she made no direct reference to the election results that have left her authority in tatters and that tipped the scales in favor of her political opponents, including a once-hapless far-left Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn.
For May, the results Thursday were precisely the opposite of what she had hoped. May called the snap election seeking to strengthen her hand in the E.U. negotiations and further sideline her political critics.
Instead, the Conservatives lost their majority in Parliament — they will need the backing of Northern Irish unionists just to stay on in power — and Labour gained new credibility as a voice questioning Britain’s direction since the last ballot box shock: 2016’s referendum to pull out of the European Union.
The political wreckage also included the resignation of the leader of the U.K. Independence Party, Paul Nuttall, whose party led the charge for Brexit but lost its sole seat in parliament in a further sign of shifting British views and political realignments.
Scottish nationalists — seeking a boost ahead of an expected second independence referendum — were also dealt a debilitating setback that called into question whether the referendum plans will be scrapped.
But the vote’s biggest loser was undoubtedly the woman who had decided to call it: May.
And the biggest winner, outright, was Jeremy Corbyn, the only major politician in the world who literally, openly and admittedly, refuses to speak to Jews, supports Hamas and Hezbollah and meets with and donates to Holocaust revisionists.
I had obviously hoped that he would just win outright, but there was little chance of that. What resulted WAS a major win for anti-Semitism and all forms of Jew hatred – including genocidalism – the world over.
This blow should result in May being forced to incorporate elements of Corbyn’s hard Brexit plan into her platform.
But obviously, that won’t happen.
All it means is that the machine will march on. Though it is a symbolic blow to the kiked establishment, in practical terms, it’s effectively the same thing as if she had just won outright, except that it shows how little faith the people have in her personally, which may require her to step down as PM and be replaced with I guess Boris Johnson. Which wouldn’t make any practical difference, except that we wouldn’t have to look at this disgusting woman anymore (which is the most practical of concerns).
The large turnout for Corbyn, however, most assuredly does demonstrate just how many people hate Jews, and wish to see them exterminated in their entirety, like an infestation of filthy rats.
That’s the takeaway here.