What Can The UK Do

What can the UK do to improve its financial condition?

The United Kingdom is currently undergoing a financial crisis.

It is the only country in Europe to be undergoing a crisis to the degree that it is.

Inflation is at 11%.

What gives?

Is it Brexit?


The UK sits only 500 away from Norway, and Norway is booming.

If Norway is flush in oil and gas, why can’t the UK be flush in oil and gas?

It can be, but not until structural changes are made within the mindset of the people in the UK.

What is hurting the UK is its aristocracy and the attendant notion that people deserve to live a better life because of their birth, not their ability and willingness to work, and do good things.

This aristocracy in the United Kingdom is killing its own people.

The people are beaten down spiritually. They are so beaten down, they don’t know that they’re beaten down anymore.

The ideology of a royal family and its attendant aristocracy are most prominent in the United Kingdom.

There’s no other country in Europe that celebrates its monarchy like the United Kingdom.

After the two world wars, the rest of Europe moved forward and away from its monarchs.

Not so, the United Kingdom.

The citizens of the UK are rather proud of that. They think that makes them great.

Again, not so.

This idolatry and privilege accorded to the royal family is demoralizing when times are tough.

It is galling to people to live under austerity when the king and his family are prancing around the world living the wine and pheasant life.

Of course, the royal family is just the tip of the iceberg. They are merely representative of the British upper class, who likewise prance around the world living lives free of stress and austerity.

It is destructive to the psych of the nation when Prince Andrew is caught with his hand in the cookie jar, but not held accountable for his crimes.

The average person sees these events and then silently asks himself: Why?

He concludes that the system is rotten and stacked against him. Maybe he should not care so much about his country anymore? Maybe he should leave. Maybe he should not work so hard.

It’s not just Prince Andrew’s crimes that bother him.

It’s the crimes of the rest of the characters in the aristocracy.

The other members of the aristocracy enjoy a similar level of immunity, albeit less than Prince Andrew’s.

This immunity is exercised.

In other words, the rich get away with fucking over the people.

The people see this.

The result is a society that works less efficiently than it should.

When you rid yourself of your aristocracy, you send a powerful message to yourself and your fellow citizens.

You say to yourself that it’s not okay for the people to get away with crimes because of their birthright.

It’s not okay for people to enjoy certain privileges because of their birthright.

This idea applies not only to titled mobility but monied nobility as well.

Currently the sodomizers in the City of London and the privileged cocksuckers who lead Westminster are able to pass laws and conduct financial policy which cements their authority over the people of the United Kingdom to an excessive degree.

They weaken the people of the United Kingdom.

  • They permit massive illegal immigration, which sucks vital money from the people. Illegal immigration creates cheap labor, and it increases the overall tax burden.
  • They permit bond dealers to engage in all sorts of financial shenanigans. It was this unpunished bond market chicanery, which led to the downfall of Liz Truss. This is how they got their boy, Rishi, in there.
  • They create and permit inefficiencies within the NHS which only serves to enrich the crony capitalists who make a fortune supplying the needs of the NHS.
  • They send money to Ukraine, money better served by helping the poor and needy in the UK.

These strategies listed above, and there are many more, are not unintentional. They are prosecuted by an aristocracy through their compliant politicians in order to cement their power over the people.

As long as the people are weak, they are less likely to rebel.

The thinking of the aristocracy goes like this: If we can weaken people, financially, and physically, we can keep our foot atop them. We can keep them in a dependent position.

The people accept this because they have been beaten down over the years to accept an aristocracy which they consider better than themselves.

It is a codependent relationship between the elite and the poor.

Knowing this is the first step to the UK ridding itself of its albatross.

The British aristocracy is an albatross upon the people of the United Kingdom.

When the people wake up and realize this, then they will have the opportunity to live a better life.

Austerity is an avoidable event.


Archer Crosley

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