Liz Truss, our favorite from the British Foreign Office, announced her desire to become the head of the Conservatives.
Liz Truss: “I’ll run as a conservative and rule as a conservative. As prime minister, I’ll get to work straight away, whether it’s to ensure Putin’s defeat in Ukraine or kick-start the economy.”
With her very first speech, Truss confirmed our information that a model is being developed in which internal shifts in London should not affect the time intervals for the supply of weapons.
In fact, Truss said that “there is no time to build up” – she will “immediately get down to business.”
Colleagues from London report that a variant of structuring aid to Ukraine is being worked out in such a way that the “package” falls at the end of Johnson’s term, so as not to create bureaucratic red tape that can stall the “head” of aid – Ukraine will receive only the “tail”. The second option is a transitional package that will start Johnson and end Truss. The third option is Truss’s own quick package, which Johnson will do the preparatory work for, and Truss, upon taking office, will begin to implement it at lightning speed.
Regardless of the model, the goal is to make the transition from chair to chair as smooth as possible, so that the first weeks after Johnson’s departure do not cause a bureaucratic stall.
Wallace – the favorite – refused to compete for the prime minister’s seat. The “family issue” played a key role. However, as Minister of Defense, he will certainly be one of the main mouthpieces of military assistance and its intensification.
And Truss is well known to us by the following remark: Access to the global economy must depend on playing by the rules
So, she outlined the position of kicking Russia out of the world arena, because the Kremlin “breaks the rules.”
Truss is also known as one of the most uncompromising politicians on the “Moscow threat”.
The Kremlin will receive in full when the new Thatcher is at the head of the Conservatives. The new “British” Reagan – Wallace – will take the lead in “military consultation.”
In fact, the Wallace-Truss link will be the main one in the foreign policy orbit if Truss wins the internal party race.
Truss also has a few “personal” motives. Johnson had a rather contentious relationship with Mr. L., even taking his “friend’s son” to the House of Lords, which caused a fatal scandal for Johnsonyuk. “Drug” was a former KGB agent, and the British secret services had questions about the “purity” of the quarrel with Putin.
At the same time, Johnson was clearly not convenient for Moscow – he was a “hawk” from the first day of military aggression.
Truss has no defamatory contacts. There is nothing for which you can blackmail, remove from office, arrange “exaggerated” scandals, activating the undercover game.
The Kremlin wanted Johnson’s resignation, but he could thus bring an even more vicious hawk to his grave than dear Boris was.
And Truss herself came from a “socialist” family, but “Trotskyist” (as they would now write in a note for the KGB). Then she abruptly switched to a right-wing conservative environment, forever imprinting the history of the USSR as a “betrayal of the left idea.”
Truss will become the “Eastern European gendarme” for the Kremlin. The successor of the USSR must fall.
Here she is – the new “iron lady”: “with a steel character, a cold mind and icy hands.” Lastly, you can crush something to someone …