Elections in democratic countries present a meek choice for voters between two parties, one of which offers more public spending and the other offers lower taxes. Traditionally, conservative parties support lower taxation and lower public spending. More accurately, they offer reductions in public services and claim lower taxes will be a happy consequence of the cuts.
The Tory party dispensed with its manufactured persona as a conservative (spend less, tax less) party a few years ago. Brexit dominated its campaign strategy in 2015, 2017 and 2109 elections with mixed success. In late 2020, extremist ideology drives its decisions as a means of protecting rancid corruption and concomitant theft of public infrastructure and money.
Brexit provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the biggest theft of public resources in the history of British democracy bettered only by the scramble for unearned wealth by oligarchs assisted by drunkard Yeltsin immediately after the abandonment of…
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