NOTE: If you’re not a native or a student of British politics, I highly encourage you to read this linked article on hung parliaments – it will go a long way towards explaining how the future will unfold.
NOTE 2: Please remember before you post about this election possibly ruining Brexit that May had been dragging her feet on the issue since assuming office – my guess is that little to nothing would have changed with her at the helm.
Man, I’m glad I didn’t go visit the bookie today, for I would be out at least a bag or two of shiny shekels – but I’m happy nonetheless.
Basically, Britain has seen the best conceivable outcome (even better than if Corbyn had won outright, in my opinion, and perhaps the average Englishman will at last be able to see the foolishness of Democracy – especially during times of dire crisis on all fronts.
What we know now is that the Tories – cuckservative traitors the lot of them – will lose their majority in Parliament, and will likely be forced to seek allies (the Democratic Unionist Party are the only ones who are realistically in play) in order to attempt to form even the most rudimentary government in the coming days and weeks.
Calls for childless Theresa May’s resignation have emerged from across the political spectrum, and according to some sources, the likelihood of this occurring is almost certain due to the extreme shame incurred by the PM on this most decisive of nights.
LBC EXCLUSIVE: Conservative source tells LBC that Theresa May will quit if she fails to win majority https://t.co/h7xrLiyEO7
— LBC (@LBC) June 9, 2017
Her replacement would likely be Boris Johnson (if a Tory government is assembled), which would essentially be a final slap in the face for the Remain faction of the Conservatives.
Jeremy Corbyn meanwhile is celebrating like a boss (or maybe like a creepy old man gone bonkers long ago) – going so far as to take a page out of Trump’s playbook (the old Donald and not the new)…
Corbyn: good at campaigning; not so good at high-fiving. pic.twitter.com/fIBB6a3dKv
— Stig Abell (@StigAbell) June 9, 2017
In 2015 we had 232 seats – we have now got 233…. and still growing.
Jez we did. pic.twitter.com/rj1H9vVPOA
— For The Many (@ForTheMany2020) June 9, 2017
UKIP and the SNP have failed miserably in this Election – the first because of their one-issue existence, and the second because of more complicated reasons that would require a separate article to explain fully (just think of the foolishness of seeking independence in order to rejoin a (((Globalist))) empire dedicated to the importation of primitive humanoids).
Nigel Farage, however, seems to be thinking ahead to a future in which both the Tories and Labour will be utterly humiliated, declaring on BBC Radio that he will be possibly returning to politics with an agenda of reform for his party.
— Emma Barnett (@Emmabarnett) June 9, 2017
Oh right, and a bunch of Jews are currently foaming at the mouth over the idea of Corbyn possibly becoming Prime Minister in the immediate to middling future – there will likely be yet another election once the dust settles and neither party succeeds in forming an effective government.
Vicious anti-Semitic terror supporting piece of human debris as British PM. Shocking. https://t.co/7DD2Xd0KNN
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) June 9, 2017
Again, this sort of chaos is the only realistic way that average Whites will maybe, just maybe, realize that the idea of democracy is nothing more than a slow way of committing national suicide – stable regimes of cucks are not the friends of Europeans during this part of the game.