Democracy Is Dead in the UK – and Everywhere

Democracy Is Dead in the UK – and Everywhere. By James Delingpole.

Decisions are taken at a supranational rather than a national level. What we’re experiencing now is something called ‘global governance.’

It’s not quite the kooky idea of a one-world government of the New World Order but something slightly more subtle and probably more dangerous.

If it were a recognisable government entity we could fight to overthrow it. But instead, it’s a series of nebulous committees, meeting behind closed doors, friendships between like-minded and powerful people, embedding all manner of rules in the system which we are powerless to change because neither we nor our elected parliamentary representatives ever get a meaningful vote on them.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Health Secretary Sajid Javid, erstwhile Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi and so on: they have no real autonomy; they are just stooges of the system, chosen because they are sufficiently weak or corruptible or stupid or blackmailable and won’t put up any resistance when told what to do by their overlords at the World Economic Forum, at the World Health Organisation, at the Trilateral Commission.

You’ll note, for example, that all the above — in common with senior politicians around the world — have been pictured wearing the multicoloured wheel badge representing the United Nations’ sustainability goals. This might sound fluffy and innocuous but the UN, via its sinister and all-encompassing Agenda 2030, is a key driving force.

It helps explain why whichever party you vote for you invariably end up with the same policies. In the UK, for example, Labour Opposition leader Sir Keir Starmer is a member of the Trilateral Commission, one of those shadowy supranational organisations pushing toward the same goals — ‘sustainability’ (a cosy codeword for eco-fascism), biosecurity, Central Bank Digital Currencies, etc — currently being chased by Boris Johnson and leaders around the world. Whether you vote Labour or Conservative makes zero difference: you always get the same Uniparty.

That’s why Sir Keir Starmer’s Labour and Boris Johnson’s Conservatives voted for the same draconian policies. Because they’re on the same globalist team; because they don’t give a toss for your freedoms or for parliamentary democracy. Welcome to the New World Order: you own nothing, your votes count for squat and you’ve probably never been unhappier.

Global bureaucracy.

hat-tip Chris