Spayed May Pays

Commenter Jeppo has historically mined the election numbers to offer analysis more penetrating than stock political glibery. So I’m happy to headline below his remarks on the British election for those interested in discussion.

After looking closely at the final results, I’ve come to the counter-intuitive conclusion that — contra the media narrative — this was actually a huge victory for the Conservatives.

Yes, they lost 13 seats and are now in a minority rather than a majority position in the HoC, but their popular vote is up 5.4% and they can easily command parliament in alliance with the like-minded DUP.

All the focus has been on Labour and Corbyn, and how unexpectedly well they did, but consider the fate of the Tories’ other opponents.

1. UKIP. Their vote collapsed by more than ten points down to a paltry 1.8%, and they lost their only seat (to the Tories). The Tories have basically wiped out all opposition to their right and now completely own the anti-EU and anti-immigration issues. This may not be good news for British patriots but it’s certainly very good for the Conservative Party. Nigel Farage has mused about maybe coming back to lead UKIP, but a better idea might be for him to challenge Theresa May for the Conservative leadership and take over the whole damn party. PM Farage has a nice ring to it…

2. The LibDems. They were the nationwide party most opposed to Brexit, but even they were too timid to call for a second EU referendum. So they offered a referendum on any eventual Brexit deal and wanted the UK to stay in the EU’s single market. And even that watered-down, milquetoast proposal garnered only 7.4% of the vote, down 0.5% from 2015. Which means that opposition to Brexit, shared by virtually the entire corporate and media elite, is as dead as a doornail. So suck it, Remainers.

3. The SNP. The Scottish fake-nationalists were the biggest losers of the night. Their seat count fell from 56 to 35, 12 of which went to the Tories. The Conservatives, incredibly, had their most successful election in Scotland since 1983! This means that the chances of another Scottish independence referendum happening any time soon are exactly nil. Maybe the media should take some time off from piling on the tone-deaf hag Theresa May (who certainly deserves it) and spread some contempt and mockery on the hideous shrew Nicola Sturgeon (who deserves it waaay more).

And in a development that will surely shock white nationalists (and especially American WNs), according to Peter Brimelow, British Jews voted 77-13 Conservative over Labour. That’s right, the intellectual vanguard of the Traitor-Left for generations now support the Tories by a six to one margin.

So all in all it was a very good night for the Tories, every other commentator on Earth be damned 🙂 And if they can use this so-called “disappointment” in the results to get rid of Theresa May, well that’s just the cherry on top. Hopefully they will replace her with someone solid like Farage rather than that mop-topped dumkopf Boris Johnson.

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20 thoughts on “Spayed May Pays

  1. Quite a bit different analysis. Can you please provide a link to the “Commentor Jeppo” analysis if available?

  2. “And in a development that will surely shock white nationalists (and especially American WNs), according to Peter Brimelow, British Jews voted 77-13 Conservative over Labour. That’s right, the intellectual vanguard of the Traitor-Left for generations now support the Tories by a six to one margin.”

    That’s not the least bit surprising. The media have been telegraphing this for months now. Labour has become insufferably anti-semitic in keeping with it’s demographic shift from Christian British Workers to Paki/Asian “British,” Migrants and Palestinian-Flag-Waving Socialist Urban SWPLs. Did you wonder why Tony Blair and many other notable Blarite and Clintonite liberals opposed Corbyn? It certainly wasn’t because he was too much of an open-borders socialist.

    But this IS quite the phenomenon and conundrum for the Jewish community of Britain and Europe more generally. Jews are going to have to deal with the long-term consequences of laying the foundation for a multicultural left-wing power bloc populated by almost uniformly hostile anti-Jewish ethnic groups. Their best attempts thus far have been to tightly control the Labour and other left parties to ensure a short least is kept on antisemitic behavior, but as we now see in England, that’s much easier said than done. Old leftists and even some old lefty Jews are still stalwart anti-Zionists.

    The open question now is what will they have the Tories do about it? If they honestly believe that tighter speech codes and internet policing is a solution, I have a bridge to sell them on the Thames that’s undergoing some maintenance.

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  4. a better idea might be for him to challenge Theresa May for the Conservative leadership and take over the whole damn party.
    Amen to that. Does President Perot ever wish he had run on the GOP ticket? Does President Trump ever regret running as a Republican, rather than his very own MAGA party?
    British Jews voted 77-13 Conservative over Labour. That’s right, the intellectual vanguard of the Traitor-Left for generations now support the Tories by a six to one margin.
    Probably not a good sign. The Traitor-Left jews aren’t going to just vote Conservative, while keeping their mouths shut and making leavened-bread sandwiches for the menfolk. They will do their damnedest to ruin their new host.
    Similar projections are seen in the States: as the Dermacrat Party melanizes, it will squeeze out the shitlib-whites and jews to wander the wilderness until finally reaching the Promised Party of Abraham. The cuckservative pundits are of course secreting at the prospect of uniting two natural enemies, Christians and Antichristians. Archaelogists are still brushing rock fragments for a trace of positive impact the Neocons had on the GOP; so to think the other 80% of that tribe – the militant anti-White anti-Christ wing – will offer anything but bloody turmoil and tumors, is fantastical.

    • Totally agree. Jewish support greater than 35% has to be a trigger to implement all anti-convergence defense mechanisms.

  5. Thanks Porter!

    I think the mass defection of Jews from Labour to Tory is definitely good for the Conservatives in a political sense, i.e. winning seats and elections…

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/corbyn-surge-in-london-faltered-in-bagel-belt-suburbs-with-strong-jewish-vote/

    …but not in a policy sense, as they further infect the Conservative “braintrust” (as it were) with their nation-wrecking priorities. Then again it’s not like the Tories haven’t been a pack of boot-licking shabbas goyim for decades already.

    This is part of a larger shift, as Kebab squeezes Bagel out of Left parties across the West. Jeremy Corbyn has merely accelerated the process in the British case.

  6. Good analysis there, Jeppo. I never thought of the idea of Farage making a bid for Tory leadership. If nothing else, it might at least serve as a marker of the last hope of a solution coming from a mainstream party, just as Trump’s election was for America. As for the “Brexiter” Boris Johnson, he’d happily send home all the EU immigrants and replace them with Africans.

    • Thanks, Rob. Alas it’s probably just a pipedream that Farage could ever become Tory leader. The best we could hope for is someone Farage-like, because in a contest between the Turko-Judaic Blond Beast and Slate Grey Theresa May, the British people lose either way.

      BTW here’s a slightly dated but excellent article about the elite-driven immigration disaster that has befallen the Scepter’d Isle:

      http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/unmaking-england/

  7. I’m not sure to what extent May and Macron can be accurately seen as similar, though the French and British elections appear to be stabbing in different directions.

    In much the way I viewed Jeb and Hillary as functionally indistinguishable (often wondering what on Earth they would find to argue about in a debate), so too does the liberal globalist technocrat Macron appear generally well aligned with the corporate cuckservative globalism of May. And yet one was enthusiastically elevated practically weeks before the other was curtly backhanded.

    Perhaps the contrasting results are nothing but the noise from counter-votes: against nationalism in France, and ambivalence to communism in Britain. It’s possible the ennui of suffering terror attacks and their ongoing dispossession is leading those publics to recoil from every incumbent, while the power of their liberal programming simultaneously bars any embrace of politicians who materially differ from them. Or perhaps there’s another overlay.

    But viewing the two recent elections in composite doesn’t seem to make any coherent theme apparent.

    • This is probably the sign of things you can’t see. That is, it’s got nothing to do with policy, and everything to do with who’s in whose pockets.

  8. Hillary is for abortion and Jeb is against it…but somehow the non-white birth rate would be in no danger under either of them.

    • Rob that’s technically true, though I honestly can’t recall the last presidential debate on the topic. It may have occurred in this one; I just don’t recall it if so.

      Like practically everything, republicans make an impressive display before quiet capitulation. Jeb and Hill may have skirmished briefly on “school choice” (giving blacks taxpayer funds to attend private schools–this being the True Conservative position) and gun control. Though I assume most of it would have been tacitly over whether America should have a mestizo or african majority.

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