July 6, 2024

Trudeau, Biden: Repeat Sunak’s Words BEFORE It’s Too Late

By admin

It was a great week for Britain – for folks who are of a progressive mindset – where the Labour Party soundly defeated the Conservatives.

Rishi Sunak and his party were obliterated in the polls. His defeat ends 14 years of Conservative government – a period marked by division, political instability and, more recently, economic pain.

Here’s the platform of the Labour Party.

Here is the text from Rishi Sunak’s departure speech:

Good morning. I will shortly be seeing His Majesty The King to offer my resignation as prime minister.

To the country, I would like to say, first and foremost, I am sorry.

I have given this job my all, but you have sent a clear signal that the government of the United Kingdom must change, and yours is the only judgement that matters.

I have heard your anger, your disappointment, and I take responsibility for this loss.

To all the Conservative candidates and campaigners who work tirelessly but without success, I’m sorry that we could not deliver what your efforts deserved.

It pains me to think how many good colleagues who contributed so much to their communities and our country will now no longer sit in the House of Commons. I thank them for their hard work and their service.

Following this result, I will step down as party leader – not immediately, but once the formal arrangements for selecting my successor are in place.

It is important that after 14 years in government, the Conservative Party rebuilds, but also that it takes up its crucial role in opposition – professionally and effectively.

Why What Happened in the UK Matters to Canada and the US

Short version: get out of the way of your own ego.

Step aside from the trap of hubris.

Don’t for a single second think that you’ll be able to avoid what happened to Sunak.

Stop telling yourself that there’s not enough time, interest or momentum to institute change that will save your parties.


That said, expect Trudeau and Biden to be making the same speech as they lead their parties into oblivion towards the end of 2024 and into 2025.

And because of their arrogance or inability to see what’s right in their faces, we will all be punished by demagogues and tyrants that want to strip us all of basic rights.