Prime Minister Teresa May Fights off No-Confidence Vote – ITEL PT – 12/13-18
Teresa May’s incompetence at negotiating a rational solid Brexit deal for the UK results in her being hauled before the 1922 Committee to face a “no confidence vote”.
It was quite a momentous day in UK politics as the ever so bumbling and stumbling Prime Minister, Teresa May was brought before the UK’s 1922 Committee to face a no-confidence vote brought about by her own Tory Party as she has failed to deliver a solid Brexit agreement with the European Union, May, who is an appointed Prime Minister following the successful Brexit referendum opposed by the original Tory leadership headed by PM David Cameron, has successfully stalled and stumbled her way into negotiating a Brexit deal that has virtually zero support in the UK’s Parliament.
Having successfully defended against the no-confidence challenge by a vote of 200-113, Teresa May effectively leads a minority government as a now lame-duck Prime Minister trying to negotiate what is a lame-duck Brexit deal.
The UK as a nation is currently dead in the water, unable to negotiate trading deals with global partners and unable to satisfy the needs of the British people.
All in all, it seems as if that was the plan the all along.
Inside the Eye – Live! Prime Time played some of the more colorful sound bites of the day, illuminating the often raucous nature of the British legislative scene.
In hour two, we discussed with caller Vera some of the, perhaps, more hidden truths as to the recent developments in Canada as Canada’s Justice Department has arrested the CFO of global Chinese telecom giant Huawei. We posited the “theory” that with the upcoming rollout of 5g technology, and owing to Huawei’s enormous global reach, the real reason for the arrest of Huawei’s CFO, the daughter of Huawei’s President and CEO, could possibly be due to Israel (and the United States) difficulty in hacking into and spying on communications that transit Huawei powered networks.
Voices in the United States have put forward the “concern” that Huawei is able to tap and listen in on voice and data communications that traverse its networks, a projection that more likely hints at the difficulty in Israel’s ability to eavesdrop and spy in return.
All in all, a nice show.
Inside the Eye – Live! Prime Time! – 12.13.18
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