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Queen of the Swamp, Theresa May, Facing the Plug Hole Courtesy of the UK Police Force

by Mark Anthony Taylor, The International Reporter:

The secret is out – we now know why Theresa May announced a snap election – her party faced losing its slim majority to an election fraud scandal. A dozen regional police forces in the UK have submitted dossiers against 20 Conservative MPs to the Crown Prosecution Service accusing them of election expenses fraud. I will not go into details here, or assume that any of the accused are actually guilty ahead of a trial by jury, but there are a number of inferences one can draw without stepping into the territory of speculation or libel.

For a start, since the police submitted the dossiers, they must have concluded there is sufficient evidence to establish guilt beyond reasonable doubt. More telling is the timing – the police seem to have acted in parallel – given every constituency requires separate investigation with its own particularized trails of evidence we can assume the police collaborated to maximize political impact and embarrassment.

May was never popular with the police, ever since she was Home Secretary whence she infamously ordered them to stand down while rioters ran amok and set London ablaze. Adding insult to injury she ordered police to arrest ‘vigilantes’ who defended their homes and neighbourhoods from the rampaging mobs – this order was .thankfully, and wisely, ignored by constables on the ground. May was also deeply critical of the UK’s Police Federation, having accused them of being politically incorrect, and in the past few years has closed hundreds of police stations. With May’s government agreeable to EU demands for continuance of open borders, and with her government recently siding with Trump in the destabilization strikes against Syria, a policy as deeply unpopular as it was under Cameron, then one can figure the logical conclusion that led to the murder of PC Keith Palmer did not go unnoticed or unforgiven by the British police forces. One can imagine the hatred for her and the Cabinet as a whole is deeply entrenched amongst bobbies on the beat as much as it is amongst the police executive.

By her own deeds she has earned little love from the police force, and thus the synchronization of these police prosecutions can be interpreted as a soft coup. It is usually a terminal thing when politicians lose support of their own guards.

May’s response was to hold a general election. With a new team she can remove all of the MPs facing prosecution, and cement a large majority. So now is the time to let loose on all our hoses, if we are to push the scum down into the Swamp’s drain hole.

May personally involved defrauding Farage?

Email is a wonderful thing for pinning fraudsters, far more so than regular paper correspondence, particularly with its digital signatures and its transnational timestamps. Forging an email is trivial, but faking non-delivery is something many criminals have found insurmountable – to their cost when they have tried-it-on in court.

According to the Daily Mirror, the newspaper has such emails that incriminate Theresa May for undermining Nigel Farage, orchestrating election fraud in the constituency in which he fought. May’s conspiracy is symptomatic of the general contempt for the Rule of Law by the elite. The alleged means for election fraud was fairly simple – the party would send a number of buses to marginal constituencies, each packed with young activists who would then organize parties for the locals, and in some cases there are suggestions they won support in exchange for sex.

The technique dates back to Caligula who was reputed to have ordained that the Roman Senate function as a whore house during off-hours. As with Caligula’s decree, it was not a policy that was widely opposed, politicians enter politics to sell themselves after all. The allegation is is not beyond belief when one considers David Cameron, former leader of the Conservative Party when the fraud took place, was the kind of man who, as a boy, would impress his peers by orally penetrating a dead pig. (“Watch this!”)

One of May’s first acts as Prime Minister was to ban face-sitting pornography – so whoring out one’s political youth movement is just dandy, and nothing bad can be said about a man who practises necro-beastiality, but when it comes to viewing erotica of a man in passive repose pleasuring a woman – well that deserves a criminal record. Of the many questions a face-sitting-porn-ban raises, it should be quite plain May and the other executives in the Conservative Party are perverts, and their perversion goes well beyond mere sexuality. With the lobbying of paedophile activists groups, one has to wonder whether, in the near future, it will legal to rape children, but also illegal to masturbate in private.

May and her Cabinet’s contradictions are by no means limited to the sexual. When perversion is the dominant characteristic, which we know from the time May ordered London to burn, we can expect every institution under her thumb to share in her bent – including the judiciary or should I say, especially the judiciary. Let me remind the readers that in 2016, one of Master judges in the Court of Appeal, Ms Marie Bancroft Rimmer was moonlighting by lobbying for Nigel Farage’s prosecution.

I found this image while petitioning Ms Bancroft Rimmer for a transcript of hearing, a transcript that would have exposed serious judicial misconduct. One would think an upright judge, a learned judge, an honourable judge, would take an interest, especially when the allegations involve some of the most serious frauds ever to take the world stage – market manipulation. But Ms Bancroft Rimmer returned my email unopened. The allegations proved to be quite correct – they identified Deutsche Bank as having applied its Forex and Libor rigging techniques to the precious metal markets.

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