UK: Boris Successfully Gets Snap Elections Scheduled for December 12

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 30, 2019

The idea is that this will effectively be a second Brexit vote and if Boris wins, Brexit will then happen.

Except I think Boris will win and Brexit won’t happen.


UK MPs have voted for a pre-Christmas general election to take place on December 12. After multiple attempts by PM Boris Johnson to force a poll, he’s finally got his way in a bid to break the Brexit impasse.

Lawmakers in the House of Commons on Tuesday voted in favor of Johnson’s early parliamentary general election short-bill by 438 votes to 20. It will be the first December election since 1923.

MPs had earlier rejected the Labour Party’s proposal to move the date of the general election forward to December 9. Some 315 MPs voted against moving the election forward by three days, while 295 voted in favour. If MPs had backed the opposition plan to move the election forward, parliament would have needed to be dissolved by Thursday night.

The British prime minister had tried and failed to get an election on three previous occasions having seen his Fixed-term Parliaments Act motions defeated by MPs. Under the law, there must be at least 25 working days before an election can take place.

Britain’s parliament has ostensibly been in a state of paralysis over the past year, with both Johnson and his predecessor, Theresa May, failing to get their respective Brexit deals signed, sealed, and delivered.

Johnson is hedging his bets that his Tory Party can win a healthy majority to change the parliamentary arithmetic in his favor and, in his words, “get Brexit done.” However, Labour, led by Jeremy Corbyn, will be hoping that the election is not solely dominated by the issue of Brexit and that other key issues such as the NHS, education, and climate change will come to the fore.

Yeah, nothing in British politics has anything to do with anything that isn’t Brexit. It’s become the defining issue of a generation, from which every other issue stems.

So people who believe in global warming are Remainers. And every other issue fits into one or the other side of things.

Just like Donald Trump.

As far as I’m able to tell, Brexit is going to win this election, just a year before Trump wins his election. All data indicates that.

But who knows.