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Friday, November 13, 2020

Watch the wives

First Salvini, now Johnson, have been betrayed by their female companions.

On Monday evening the Prime Minister offered Mr Cain the vacant job of Downing Street chief of staff.

Who else could follow Cummings out the door? 

Many of the most senior figures in Downing Street owe their loyalty to Dominic Cummings from Vote Leave days.

Lee Cain's resignation on Wednesday night had already caused deep frustration. 

And there are fears that some could follow Mr Cummings out of the door now he has signalled his departure.

They include advisers Cleo Watson, Oliver Lewis - known as 'Sonic' - and data guru Ben Warner.

A source has said that while Brexit envoy Lord Frost was unhappy about Mr Cain's departure, he has no intention of quitting as talks with Brussels enter their final stages. 

The move was backed by both Mr Cummings and the Cabinet Secretary, Simon Case, who argued that Mr Cain had been fulfilling part of the role for months.

However, news of the appointment was leaked to the Mail – prompting a furious backlash from senior Tories, who feared it would further embolden a Vote Leave faction contemptuous of the role of MPs.

Crucially, it also encountered the wrath of Ms Symonds, who dislikes Mr Cain's abrasive style. She told her fiancé it would be a 'mistake' to give him a promotion.

As news of the row behind the scenes became public, Mr Cain decided his role was untenable.

He will stay in post until the end of the year, when he will be replaced as director of communications by former Mail journalist James Slack, currently Mr Johnson's official spokesman. However, unlike Mr Cain, who was a political appointment, he will remain a civil servant. 

Tory MPs warned Mr Johnson that the chaos in No 10 was undermining public confidence in the Government.

Sir Roger Gale said it was 'extraordinary and unacceptable that Downing Street should allow itself to be distracted by internal squabbles' in the midst of a pandemic.

He added: 'Frankly this is a distraction... the Prime Minister has got to get a grip on it.'

Other MPs urged Mr Johnson to ditch his special adviser.

One said: 'If they have got rid of one of the Kray brothers they have got to get rid of Cummings as well. To use a well-known phrase, Boris should take back control and be the real Boris that so many of his genuine friends and supporters believe he can be.'

The Prime Minister also faced questions over Ms Symonds' role in Downing Street. 

'The question on everyone's lips is ''who will she go after next''... it looks like senior appointments now have to be approved by Carrie,' an insider said.

'That is a dangerous path for the Government to go down.'

Another adviser said the episode reflected poorly on the Prime Minister. 'It is disappointing that he has failed to return the loyalty of his most loyal lieutenant when the going got tough,' they said.

'It begs the question – who is making the decisions now?'

Looks like Britain has a new Lady Macbeth in the making. Boris Johnson actually looks afraid of her. Once again, the foolishness of placing any confidence in a "leader" who can't stop chasing women is underlined.

UPDATE: And now Johnson's best adviser has exited the sinking ship.

Boris Johnson's chief adviser Dominic Cummings has left Number 10 with immediate effect, BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg says. Mr Cummings spoke to the PM earlier on Friday and it was decided it was best for him to go immediately after days of turmoil, our political editor said.

46 comments:

  1. Just dawned on me that the media never even tries to accuse Trump of chasing women now. All their accusations are from the past.

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    1. Do I believe Trump chased women? Yes. Yes I do. It is inherent in mens nature to chase beautiful women to have superior children.

      Do I think he stopped chasing beautiful women? Yes I do. As I did when I found the right one. That still doesn't stop me from looking. The old wolf never stops hunting until he is dead.

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  2. Boris is singlehandedly destroying their economy but this is what endangers their confidence.

    People are idiots.

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  3. Hmm... IIRC was it not the death of the German PM's wife in 1914 that broke his mind enough to write the dying Habsburg Empire the infamous "blank check"?

    I wonder how many will die because of this woman?

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  4. This should be a lesson for anyone tempted to vote Tory. Boris is now rabbiting on about climate change and working closely with Biden.

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  5. Dominic Cummings was always going to leave as a result of his comings and going out of his way to get an eye test driving 200 miles I believe and put his elderly patients bigerly at risk of the Chinese con flu. It's a well known fact that former Boris the blade now bojo the clowns girl friend is a devil worshiper and an MI5 agent.

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  6. This reminds me of the stories regarding Woodrow Wilson's and FDR's First Ladies. Powerful women come across as terrifying history, but it amazes how milk-toast their husbands appear compared to their TV/radio personas.

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  7. Who's surprised Boris the Braindead is a worthless cuck?

    "Munira Mirza

    Age: 42

    Official title: Director of the Number 10 Policy Unit

    Munira Mirza is the highly respected and phenomenally bright head of the Downing Street policy unit.

    A long-time Boris aide dating back to his time as London mayor, she prefers to work away from the limelight, but is also said to have made her opposition to Cain's appointment clear.

    The Oldham-born academic is a popular figure around No10. 'She has a huge brain but wears it lightly. Boris listens to her,' according to one source.

    Mirza's family came to Britain from Pakistan, with her father finding work as a factory while her mother taught Urdu part time.

    She attended Breeze High School and Oldham Sixth Form College, where she was the only pupil to gain a place at Oxford, where she studied English Literature.

    A former member of the Revolutionary Communist Party, Mirza is now one of the members in Johnson's circle, and was named by the PM as one of the five women who have shaped his life."

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  8. A modern day Jezebel.

    "Of Jezebel also has the LORD spoken, saying, 'The dogs will eat Jezebel in the district of Jezreel.'

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  9. Tory MPs warned Mr Johnson that the chaos in No 10 was undermining public confidence in the Government.

    LOL. What confidence?

    These people live on a different planet.

    Also, never give crazy a baby.

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  10. Remember everything St. Paul wrote, regarding women.

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  11. A former member of the Revolutionary Communist Party

    Must be one of them thar “natural conservatives”.

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  12. Boris is destroying himself in an attempt to curry favor with the elites. I guess he's too dumb to realize these people will NEVER forgive him for working with Trump and the Brexiteers. Last year I said that he was never going to be the guy who led the country to Brexit. No one could have possibly foreseen the twists along the way, obviously, but the fact he didn't make the obvious deal with Farage is why I knew where his heart truly was.

    May Donald Trump watch this example and learn from it. No half measures dealing with your enemies, Mister President.

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  13. I thought this guy was an alpha male?

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  14. Meanwhile Meleania Trump is fighting like a shieldmaiden aught.
    Pick your wife well, for she will either be your strongest ally or your greatest foe.

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  15. Somewhere, an HR department is short one dumb fucking bitch.

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  16. No one ever believes it, but what is going on... is it Biden, or Trump... in the driver seat. Might be else, their own in-house problems. Might well be an arrangement of arrangements. The best rope to hang a man with is the one he insists upon. Just... feed out as much as is required. And either use it if you want him gone, or tug it if he doesn't take hints.

    I don't know. I just... think... a lot of world leaders may well find themselves with a lot of extra rope. Trump may hold grudges, but Biden has... been given marching orders. Both could do a lot of changing, even though only one will win.

    It might be quite interesting to watch this thing settle out on the whole world stage. It just got... a lot more interesting. Personally? I hope it's Trump. Call it a personal favor. :)

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  17. Major character flaws in this guy. For a bit I was hoping there was a very small chance he was faking his Cuck, but he's obviously hopeless on more than one level.

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  18. I will never understand men who kowtow before the commands of their woman. You don't need another man involved to be a cuck in my book, men like this signal they would likely accept that scenario if it emerged anyhow.

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  19. Would Italians vote for anyone who DIDNT chase women?

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    1. Italian women vote for anyone they would be happy to chase them:)!

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  20. The difference between Lady Macbeth and her modern day counterparts, was that Lady Macbeth had a tardy, and belated guilt about her words and deeds that caused disaster. Would her modern counterparts lament the spiritual blood won't come off their hands?

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  21. Is there any doubt now that maybe women shouldn't be involved in politics? The pink vagina hats, the screeching, the greeting of young male migrants with Teddy Bears, the uncontrolled emotional outbursts, the complete irrational approach to issues, etc.


    Regards,
    President Elect "Masked Menace"

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  22. It's a story as old as Adam. Always, always, always look at the wives to be the one Satan talks to first. Like Macron, the Bushes, Clintons. Men were not the ones clamoring for abortion. The undermining of Patriarchy, it isn't the men that are benefited. And it wasn't men clamoring to turn all their pets into eunuchs, obliterating children's cliff notes to the fuller cycle of life and social dynamics.

    Johnson needs to regain his household, family, keep Satan out.

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  23. Partly explains why men all around Europe who know better go along with the globohomo shit

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  24. Boris serves his tribe well I see.

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  25. From one of BB's bits:

    How did women get the vote? They didn't have the vote, yet they got the vote!

    Cucking and vote fraud, anyone still think those are recent developments?

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  26. @2 Scuzzaman:

    That's. GLOBOris to you, pal!

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  27. Mirza's family came to Britain from Pakistan

    As long as Marxist wog invaders are allowed to serve in ANY public capacity whatsoever, Britannia is finished.

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  28. Tfw no Italian waifu to make a decent meal and stay out of your man-business.

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  29. I was disappointed, and a little surprised, that Boris threw Trump under the bus. Trump will remember this, I certainly hope he does. Until the result is 100% confirmed, foreign leaders, to be blunt, need to STFU. This isn't hard. Presumably, resignation related. Cain and the able Cummings (sorry) would, I'm all but certain, have told Boris much the same thing. And the various fish-wives of Downing Street, who doubtless all have TDS, have persuaded Boris that he must welcome Biden. I've no idea how they did it, Boris isn't stupid. There is talk on The Duran that Covid hit Boris hard, and he may well resign after Brexit is finalized. I don't know, but this all smacks of bad judgement.

    I have observed many times how women in politics mostly seem to belong to a cross-party 'Feminist' party, and this over-rides their technical party affiliation. As Q said, those ho's ain't loyal. I paraphrase.

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  30. It's not like Carrie's opinion mattered - The reason Cain wasn't acceptable, is because the vast majority of Tory MP's loathe Cummings. They wanted the vote leave crowd out last year, not this year.
    Thus she was right, it was a mistake to promote him. She, after all is a carer conservative party apparatchik, apparently she knew the CPP (The conservative parliamentary party) better than Boris. In any case, whatever nationalist project some may have projected towards brexit, that was always a mirage - The CPP was never interested in anything but a globalist project, Free trade, not nationalism.

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  31. Do we need a new rule: Beat the wives, in addition to Sink the damned ships?

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  32. he may well resign after Brexit is finalized

    So around 2221 then.

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  33. “Do we need a new rule”

    Mostly, to just be aware if it is your wife doing the talking, or Satan. Of course, only one of the two is important and to be treated as such. Many tend to pick the wrong one these days.

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  34. UK is insane

    they are going to make it mandatory for the London Police to be 40% minority now
    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/13/world/europe/london-police-discrimination.html

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  35. Well, either afraid of her or like he suspects she's mildly retarded, which her physiognomy would suggest.

    " It is inherent in mens nature to chase beautiful women to have superior children."

    No, it's not. Chasing them is a sign of a weak man in certain regards. There's a difference between going after one and serially chasing.

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  36. WuTeBear wrote:This reminds me of the stories regarding Woodrow Wilson's and FDR's First Ladies. Powerful women come across as terrifying history, but it amazes how milk-toast their husbands appear compared to their TV/radio personas.

    Their Husbands may simply be figureheads. Their Wives are the real Heads.

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  37. Ora Tevzre wrote:A modern day Jezebel.

    "Of Jezebel also has the LORD spoken, saying, 'The dogs will eat Jezebel in the district of Jezreel.'


    When God sought to destroy a Wayward King for treason. He would not only kill every last male descendant of his effectively annihilating his house but also women like Jezebel who acted with enough agency so as to warrant death.

    Same logic can be applied to treasonous noble families.

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  38. Azure Amaranthine wrote:Well, either afraid of her or like he suspects she's mildly retarded, which her physiognomy would suggest.

    " It is inherent in mens nature to chase beautiful women to have superior children."

    No, it's not. Chasing them is a sign of a weak man in certain regards. There's a difference between going after one and serially chasing.


    A man should secure a beautiful woman of good character to be his wife. And stay off the market.

    Observe the Pence Rule afterwards.

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  39. Owen Martin wrote:Partly explains why men all around Europe who know better go along with the globohomo shit

    Simping is one reason why Globohomo is so strong.

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  40. No one In Britain with a mote of Intelligence has any real faith in Boris - not the leftists not the people who voted for him (myself included)

    He has lost the faith of almost everyone

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  41. In the dying stages of civilisation, the nation is ruled by whores.

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  42. The EU gloating that its puppets torpedoing Brexit could cause lasting animosity from a people who don't like their nations' governance being messed with.

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