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Liz Truss, the new Prime Minister in the UK, has a number of big advantages: everyone seems to expect her government to be hapless in the face of all the crises facing the land.
I, on the other hand, am quite bullish about her. I think she is underestimated, which is often a very good thing in British politics. More importantly, I think she is the most pro-market, right-wing head of state in the world right now. And that is a very great opportunity, thanks to Brexit.
A few key appointments give me considerable hope: Kemi Badenoch, whom I backed for PM, has been put in charge of executing post-Brexit trade deals. She is a principled and brilliant lady, a deeply pro-trade person, capable of modeling the UK after Singapore in Europe. I expect great things.
Suella Braverman is the Home Secretary, and she is profoundly anti-Woke. She will assault wokedom throughout the civil service, especially in the police forces. If anyone is going to stop the insane grooming of white girls by Muslims, it will be Braverman. She is the best weapon we have right now against the insanity on the left.
Kwasi Kwarteng is the new Chancellor. He and Liz clearly stand for large-scale state deregulation and elimination of intrusive protections of workers and the environment.
Jacob Rees-Mogg, another key Truss ally, was moved into a powerful position – that of Business Secretary. Working closely with Mr. Kwarteng, he will be in charge of government efforts to bring people’s energy prices down. And if he does his job well, England will start fracking in earnest. The resources are there, and the UK needs to stop pretending that Green Energy will meet its needs.
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