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Theresa May’s Minerva Moment

It was really only a matter of time, but consensus was never really part of the calculation. Theresa May’s strength to formalize a hard Brexit was due from two distinct factors.  One, having her time, effort and energy sucked inward … Continue reading

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Domestic Travails of Competing Nationalisms: A Mess Called Brexit

The foundation of England’s Imperial Empire abroad was sound governance based on ethnic kingship.  The old maxim of divide and conquer had limited yet profound appeal for imperial Brits; the crude Darwinian calculus used to determine British interests abroad, especially … Continue reading

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Why Theresa May is Losing

To sustain her rule in Westminster, May needs ten MP’s from Northern Ireland, without them, she’s toast.  The Good Friday Agreement conceded to Home Rule in Northern Ireland, yet beginning in January of 2017, rule from Belfast has been suspended. … Continue reading

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Leadership That Matters: Theresa May’s Bid To Consume The Opposition & Lead

Politics is  blood sport.  Most people only truly understand this as practitioners of State politics, but the best arena from which to discern this octagon are parliaments.  Two come to mind for their ruthlessness:  Israel & England. Because parliaments are … Continue reading

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