The electorate has become used to politicians promising a certain leadership style and running on a platform of substantial policy reforms.

But all too often, once in power these politicians get conformable, become solely focused on preserving their power for as long as possible and/or succumb to the influence of the deep state and the globalists’ agenda.

But not Britian’s new Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The globalists have been successful in derailing Brexit for more than three years now, since the British people voted to leave the European Union. Not even Theresa May’s tame withdrawal agreement was satisfactory for them; it was voted down by the House of Commons three times and she was forced to resign.

Boris Johnson put his hand up to be the Prime Minister to deliver Brexit. He made it through five ballots of his fellow Conservative MPs and won the party membership vote by 2 to 1 against Jeremy Hunt.

From the day he became Prime Minister, Johnson made it clear he did not think the current negotiated withdrawal agreement with the European Union was fair to the British people. The EU said it would not renegotiate; Johnson’s response was that it would be better to leave with no deal than a bad deal.

As the October 31st withdrawal deadline approached, Johnson demonstrated that neither was he bluffing with his no-deal talk, nor would he blink by accepting the current deal.

Remainers never accepted the leave result; their argument against implementing the people’s vote in June 2016 is that they didn’t understand what they were voting for. In 2018, remainers launched the People’s Vote campaign which is lobbying for a second referendum for the public to vote on the final Brexit deal.

Last week, Boris Johnson requested the Queen prorogue parliament from mid-September to mid-October, the official reasoning being to allow the new Johnson Government to set forth its policy agenda.

But of course it was really a strategic play by Johnson to limit the period that the UK Parliament could prevent a no-deal Brexit. StoptheCoup trended on Twitter along with claims Johnson was trashing British democracy. The irony of these remainers calling a fascist dictator a man trying to implement the will of the British public seemed lost on most media outlets.

But the remainers are not just simply angry activists online, they are backed by the globalists who will lose a significant amount of power if Brexit is allowed to proceed.

The UK Parliament was still sitting this week before the controversial proroguing. The House of Commons wasted no time in scuttling a no-deal Brexit, assisted by 21 treacherous Conservative MPs.

They first seized control of the government’s parliamentary agenda, and then rammed through legislation preventing a no-deal Brexit.

Despite remainers claiming support for democracy, when Boris Johnson proposed calling an early election to resolve the latest Brexit stalemate, Labour and the other parties voted against allowing one.

This is because the remain parties know they would lose; the current polling on average has the Conservatives on 35%, Labour 25%, the Liberal Democrats 20% and Brexit Party 15%. The goal is to stop Brexit, not uphold democracy.

This is why despite seizing control of the parliamentary agenda, they will also not propose a vote of no confidence, because that would also trigger an election. They are basically happy with a lame duck Prime Minister and parliament for the next two and a half years, in the hope that will kill Brexit.

But political instability in the UK is still a threat to globalists’ control as it sends international markets into a tailspin. Labour and the other remain parties will agree to an early election if the law preventing a no-deal Brexit passes and another extension is sought from the European Union to delay Brexit again.

Given the strong position the Conservatives have in the polls, Johnson has also purged his party of Brexit betrayers. Because the 21 Conservative MPs voted to take away control of the parliamentary agenda from their own party, they have now been expelled. The Conservatives are aiming to have a field of candidates who are committed to Brexit for the next election.

The media has been eager to use parliamentary defeats to delegitimise Johnson’s Prime Ministership. They have been especially gleeful that Boris’s brother Jo Johnson is quitting the frontbench and will retire at the next election.

But Boris knows not to concede anything to the remainers and globalists. He said yesterday he’d rather be dead in a ditch than delay Brexit. Reporters then claimed he must resign if Brexit is delayed, because they know the next Prime Minister would not be as brave on Brexit as he is.

It should be noted that Johnson is not going out on a limb by doing everything in his power to deliver Brexit by October 31st. In the United Kingdom European parliamentary elections in May, the less than one year old Brexit Party led by Nigel Farage won 30% of the vote, while the Conservatives under Theresa May won only 8% of the vote.

This is another ace Johnson has: you may sabotage and displace me as Prime Minister, but come next general election, the Brexit Party will be in the House of Commons to continue the Brexit battle.

Even if Boris Johnson is cut down as Prime Minister, he will go down as one of the most principled, brave and unbreakable world leaders of the 21st century. He could have gone along with the demands of the globalists, but freeing the people of Britain from the bondage of the European Union was his utmost priority.

Boris Johnson is certainly not going to die wondering. History should remember those who transformed nations for the better; it may only mean you are the nation’s leader for two years, but better that than a do-nothing leader for ten years. That world leaders like Boris Johnson still exist gives us all hope that politics and political change is not a doomed venture.

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