Sunak Speech Light on Content

Rishi Sunak reacts again, never proactive, never in front of the story.

Well, I think it speaks volumes that Conservative backbench MPs and even those in the government, even the Prime Minister himself bemoaning the state of the country. Despite of course them having the opportunity with a big majority to have Implement changes. Instead, we’ve seen a regime that really has been heavy on rhetoric and talk and very light indeed on action.

Now you see following George Galloway’s by election Victory, soon they come out and by the way one of the remarkable things about that by election is not only the Galloway victory but also that you had in second place an independent David Tully who no one had ever heard of who came second with over 20% Which is some going.

But you had Rishi Sunak rather than leading, reacting with a speech again heavy on Words, very light on any actual real plan or concrete action.

He hit out Islamist extremists and the far right. We know that when it comes to MI5’s case load around 75% of it actually comprises of Islamist security threats. Many asking just who are these far right groups?

It certainly isn’t the far right that are going on weekly hate marches. It also fascinates me that you very rarely see the term far left, hard left, extreme left ever used. Even when you see an anarchist there convicted, found guilty of Terror offences, but of course we’ve seen the government allow hate marches week after week in London. You just compare the extremely weak response we’ve seen from our government to for example in France who ordered the ban of All Pro Palestinian protests months ago.

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All Talk, No Action

You saw police in Germany breaking up a banned Pro Palestinian rally. You’ve seen in Germany the slogan ‘From The River To The Sea’ it’s now a criminal offence to use that slogan and of course you did have a home secretary in Suella Braverman who wanted to take a tough stance on all of this and for her troubles was sacked.

She has been Vindicated by what we’ve seen transpire month after month, week after week. Had the Tories listened to her they may have actually had a chance of dealing with this and indeed of winning the next election, but instead you’ve seen Braverman relegated to the back benches where she’s actually put forward some very sensible suggestions.

That the government should have implemented long ago to criminalize the cheerleaders of terrorism. To clarify the antisemitic chanting light from the river to the Sea and Jihad is illegal and to allow ministers to ban a March if there is a risk of violence.

Richard Tice: Ban Pro Hamas Marches

Reform UK meanwhile, their leader Richard Tice, his response to Sunak’s speech yesterday; describing it as a weak, feeble plea saying it was utterly craven, meaningless and wet. That this crisis requires serious action that Reform would actually ban these antisemitic marches and such is the disgust with what is going on in this country at the moment you can see the rising support for Reform.

Actually the prospect of Reform overtaking the conservatives by the next general election in terms of the polling, I mean it’s a tall order but it’s certainly not impossible now because you see Reform in the latest YouGov on 14%. On double the level of support of the Lib Dems or the Greens the conservatives on 20%, Labour with another big lead on 46%. But again, when you break this down now it means getting on for a third, 29% of those who voted Conservative the last election and 29% of leavers overall are now planning to back Reform.

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Reacting to Events – Not Driving the Narrative

So, I’m afraid Rishi Sunaks speeches and of course we’ve seen endless speeches, we saw speeches on stopping the boats and he refused to leave the ECHR. He hasn’t stopped the boats as I said.

Lots of speeches, lots of tough words, but I’m afraid in election year this simply isn’t going to be good enough. And you know the fact that you’ve got Conservative politicians as I said constantly bemoaning the state of affairs but unwilling to implement the actual action needed to stop this madness.

That really does say it all. Let me know if you agree with that or not in the comments below guys.

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