Matt Taylor, Leader of the Moai King William IV Party, is set to become the next PM.

Matt Taylor, Leader of Britain’s newest political party, the Moai King William IV Party, has emerged as the leading candidate to take over from Theresa May as PM.

With the renewed resurgence of Jeremy Corbyn putting the spring back into Labour’s step and the demise of Theresa May in full public view, a recent survey has revealed Matt Taylor is the preferred choice of 33% of those questioned, to the best Prime Minister for Great Britain.

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An unknown personality within Westminster circles, who came last in the 2015 Brighton Kemptown General Election as an independent candidate, Taylor has built himself a reputation as a maverick politician, a political columnist and a campaigner against police corruption.

With the backing of Surrogate King William IV, John Wanoa from New Zealand, who himself has the backing of the Moai Paramount Chiefs; Taylor is set to bring about radical Moai change, which makes Labour’s radical policies seem tame in comparison.

Promising to inject the economy with £970 million trillion trillion, promoting tidal energy as the nation’s new power source and building new sustainable Earthships to address the nation’s shortage of homes; Taylor claims to have all the solutions to today’s problems.

A champion of King Arthur II, he says, “The hour has arrived for a new type of politician to make the change.”

A leading writer in the Alternative Media and a film-maker, Taylor is set to take the country by storm with his Moai type of radical and revolutionary politics.

He said, “The Corbyn cult has demonstrated the country’s appetite for a new type of Moai politics. Sadly Corbyn doesn’t go far enough and is perceived by two thirds of the voters to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing. The country is desperate for something new, something Moai and something unlike anything seen before. The Moai are coming. I am that something new. With the hand of King Arthur II of the ancient Britons on one shoulder, and the hand of Surrogate King William IV, John Wanoa from New Zealand on the other, I’m now favourite to take over from Theresa May as the next Prime Minister of Great Britain.”

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Meet the contenders

Jeremy Corbyn

Riding high on the end of the best ever Brighton Labour conference the party has ever had, there are still the Blairites lurking in the shadows, and some commentators loath him as much as the elderly die hard Conservatives, who fear those apocalyptic days of fuel shortages, 3 working days and 95% tax rates.

Boris Johnson

Collectively viewed as a buffoon by the world’s political elite, Boris has demonstrated his skill and experience of being nothing more than a pompous spoilt rich boy playing out his life-time fantasy of being Winston Churchill.

Brian Setchfield

Campaigning for a new contract between the public, Parliament and the Crown; Team Setchfield promise to deal with the immense corruption which is rampant at the heart of British politics, police and judiciary.

Vince Cable

The granddad of the line up, Vince is a well known and reassuring political personality, convenient to remind the public of their more liberal nature. While its unlikely Vince will become PM; in the event of a Hung Parliament, he may be the King Maker, as Nick Clegg was before him.

Matt Taylor

A talent about to be discovered, Taylor has been working hard for the last 20 years, standing up against war, poverty and child-abuse. Championing the memory of King Arthur II, and joining forces with the Moai Surrogate King William IV, John Wanoa; Taylor’s unexpected rise to power has taken everyone by surprise.

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Is Matt Taylor a nonce?

With his reputation set to be smashed to pieces; Matt Taylor finds himself in the position of his own making. Karma is a Bitch; and Taylor is its latest victim having accused a number of celebrities, (including Russell Brand, Prince Charles and the Queen of England), of being paedophiles and members of international paedophile rings.

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Theresa May + Public Inquiries – A Special Report by Matt Taylor

Theresa May’s track record of managing Public Inquiries, holds as much credibility and confidence as her ability to make a reasoned decision and stick to it.

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As soon as she announced the Public Inquiry she came under immediate fire for not making it independent. The impression it gives is that by not making it independent, any wrong doing placed at the feet of ex and serving ministers can be better controlled and whitewashed, than if an independent body were in charge.

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Gavin Barwell

Already the ‘Gavin Barwell’ connection has come to the forefront, in which the prepubescent public school boy, (who I imagine still needs his mummy to wipe his bottom for him), rudely ignores questions abut his involvement, (as the then Housing Minister), about kicking the issue of tower block fire safety into the long grass.

 

It makes it all the more toxic for the embattled Prime Minister that the very same Gavin Barwell, is now 10 Downing Street’s Chief of Staff, swiftly employed after the resignations of the PM’s closest advisors, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill.

Remember the Child Abuse Public Inquiry Fiasco?

With no mention during the doomed snap 2017 General Election, the last Public Inquiry Theresa May ordered was into child abuse. Now on its fourth chair person in as many years, the nation is no closer to knowing the truth about the scale of child abuse in the UK.

David Cameron once described child abuse in the UK to be on an ‘industrial scale’. With something so contentious, disturbing and urgent, May appointed Baroness Butler-Sloss in July 2014, but watched her step down only 6 days later due to her obvious conflicts of interest of her brother being the Attorney General while cases of child abuse were (or were not) being investigated.

Then came the appointment of the then Lord Mayor of London, Fiona Woolf, who stood stand when her friendship with Leon Brittan hit the headlines, himself accused of alleged sexual abuse.

Third time lucky- not; after the February 2015 appointment of New Zealand High Court judge Dame Lowell Goddard, who stood down due to the stress of conducting a Public Inquiry that would ultimately disgrace and possibly bring down the entire British political establishment.

Now on its fourth chair person, Professor Alexis Jay; the Child Abuse Public Inquiry has about as much credibility as Theresa May’s leadership.

“It was almost as if Theresa May was sabotaging the inquiry with no regard for the victims who still required answers.”

More alarming is the suggestion that the PM could even be instrumental in the cover-up of crimes committed by her father against children.

Published on The Swamp media website is an article by Johnny Vedmore titled, ‘Theresa May’s Father – The Serial Killer, The Traveller’s Daughter, and the Cover Ups’; he claims Theresa May’s campaign team deleted all web addresses linked to her father, Hubert Brasier, a Church of England chaplain.

The only explanation Vedmore offers is that the PM fears her father could be linked to parliamentary paedophiles operating from the infamous Elm Guest House, through the connection with the Diocese of Chichester.

As the following extract from the article demonstrates:

The Serial Killer

The following year, in 1953, Hubert became the Chaplain All Saints at Eastbourne Hospital in Sussex. Over the next 6 years he would work alongside the famous serial killer Dr John Bodkin Adams. For those who are unaware of Dr John Bodkin Adams, he was believed to be the Harold Shipman of his age. He would usually prey upon his more elderly patients, convincing them to put him in their wills, of which over 130 complied. They were soon given an injection by Bodkin Adams, and would conveniently pass away of ‘natural causes’ soon after. On review more than 165 of the deaths that Dr Bodkin Adams oversaw were seen as suspicious. The suspicion was not a well kept secret amongst staff at Eastbourne Hospital, most of the nurses had voiced their concerns to their superiors. They were believed to have been ignored on purpose, as the newly founded NHS was considered to be under political threat and a scandal that could see a general practitioner sentenced to death was to be avoided at all cost. The problem was Dr Bodkin Adams just couldn’t stop himself. He was being protected by Lord Gwynne who was believed to be his secret gay lover, and was an extremely well connected politician.

Hubert Brasier would have given last rights to many of those killed by Adams, he may have even taken confession from Bodkin Adams himself, who when asked by the press if he was guilty of stealing from old women said ‘I have made my peace with God over that’. Eastbourne Hospital is where it is believed that Theresa May’s mother Zaidee Mary Barnes met Hubert Brasier for the first time. Hubert was 11 years her senior and Zaidee had already been diagnosed with MS, and was a regular visitor to Eastbourne Hospital. Whether or not in the 1950’s society it was considered appropriate for a celibate hospital chaplain to marry a patient, that is what happened in 1955. Zaidee and Hubert were married in Reading in front of Zaidee’s father Reginald James Barnes whose profession is recorded in the wedding certificate as a ‘Traveller’. On October 1st 1956 Theresa Brasier was born in Eastbourne hospital. The following year Dr John Bodkin Adams would be acquitted of murder in a trail that was an obvious cover up, however he was convicted on 8 counts of forging a prescription, 4 counts of making false statements on cremation forms, and 3 offences under the Dangerous Drugs Act 1951. He would be temporarily struck of the NHS, only to be reinstated in 1961 when the proverbial dust had settled.

Read more: Theresa May’s Father – The Serial Killer, The Traveller’s Daughter, and the Cover Ups

As Vedmore asks; “So what is it that you fear Mrs May? The truth about your colleagues, or is it something much closer to home? Maybe May is terrified of people connecting her with the name Brasier?”

Through her evident lack of sympathy and compassion displayed towards the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire inferno, to the total lack of back-bone towards major political policy, Theresa May has shown her true colour’s and has proved to the British public that while she sneers at a Labour victory as a Collision of Chaos (of which she is now forming with the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Island), she’s currently managing a Leadership of Lunacy, in which the only victims are ultimately the British public and it’s children.

Collision of Chaos v’s Leadership of Lunacy.

If you thought things couldn’t get any worse for the embattled PM Theresa May? Think again… Things just got a lot worst. In fact it’s fair to say, things have just got a lot more surreal…

Read on if you dare!

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According to the nation’s most controversial conspiracy theorist, (and no, I’m not talking about David Icke), but in fact Chris Spivey; Theresa May doesn’t really exist. She’s a creation of a secret department in the British government; a created persona used for their own nefarious ends, just as Diana Spencer and Madeleine McCann.

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Theresa May in New Conspiracy Theory Scandal

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If you thought things couldn’t get any worse for the embattled PM Theresa May? Think again… Things just got a lot worst. In fact it’s fair to say, things have just got a lot more surreal…

Read on if you dare!

According to the nation’s most controversial conspiracy theorist, (and no, I’m not talking about David Icke), but in fact Chris Spivey; Theresa May doesn’t really exist. She’s a creation of a secret department in the British government; a created persona used for their own nefarious ends, just as Diana Spencer and Madeleine McCann.

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Unrepentant on his conviction of Harassment in 2015 against the family of murder Lee Rigby and with a readership reaching into its millions, Spivey understands that such a bold claim is hard for the vast majority of readers to get their head around, but maintains his belief that it’s the truth.

In a world of fake news Spivey appears to be propelling the concept of fake news, into a new and unexplored stratosphere.

As he writes in his latest article, ‘Stupid Is As Stupid Does’;

“Now, whilst you would think that it would be impossible to fake a whole life, it is in fact much easier than you would imagine, especially when the whole world believes the lie… Yet like Diana, the un-elected Prime-Mincer, Terry May is nothing more than a series of photoshopped images and a hand full of actors who vaguely resemble the public’s perception of what Un-El-Tel looks like.”

Credible only in Hollywood blockbusters and cash starved B-Movies, the grand conspiracy theory Spivey puts forward far outweighs David Icke’s life long belief that the Queen is a shape-shifting reptilian.

Is it really possible that secret government department uses various actors and actresses to play the public figures which the public adore, praise and vote for?

Spivey believes so; as does millions of others in the sub-culture we have come to call the Truth Movement;

“So let me tell you again. Teresa May does not exist. He/She doesn’t need to because he/she is like all of our politicians i.e surplus to requirements. I mean they certainly don’t do any work. In fact try writing to your politician to ask for help with a problem and all you will get in return is a reply from a minion.

Indeed our MP’s are nothing more than front men put in place to mask the biggest [on-going] fraud by far to have ever taken place in this country… And indeed all other countries are the same.”

Using facial comparison software and over-laying facial profiles with others, Spivey even goes as far to claim one such actor playing the role of Theresa May is none other than the son of the nation’s most famous female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

“Now as I say, May is played by at least 4 different people and at least one of them is a man… Probably and quite ironically, Mark Thatcher.”

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According to Spivey, even May’s husband, Philip, is happy to explore his feminine side.

 

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And then again; May’s arch enemy George Osborne is also in the frame.

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Whether Spivey is a deluded fantasist or an unsung hero; Theresa May is under fire from literally every corner of society.

With evident intelligence and backed up with enough circumstantial evidence to fill a series of books, Spivey is blazing a trail where other conspiracy theorists daren’t to follow.

Promising to publish his book “A Bridge Too Far” – exposing the Westminster Bridge hoax, Spivey is the talk of the Truth Movement, loved by millions and hated by just as many. Fated to be the most famous man in the world if ever his surreal theories are ever proved to be true; he’s currently destined to be just another conspiracy theorist plying his trade and walking in the footsteps of David Icke, and Alex Jones.

Check out Spivey’s work at www.chrisspivey.org, if you dare; but be sure that you’ll never view the world and society ever the same again.

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King Charles III is the boldest BBC show of the year.

#Diana’s ghost, Camilla slapping the prince, Kate as Lady Macbeth … people have been outraged by the BBC’s potentially treasonous new drama. But after watching, the response should be more ‘hooray’ than ‘off with their heads!’

An outrage for those who believe the monarchy should always be reverenced … King Charles III.
An outrage for those who believe the monarchy should always be reverenced … King Charles III. Photograph: Robert Viglasky/BBC/Drama Republic

Some Tory politicians and royal biographers had frothed about the content of a piece that includes shots of Elizabeth II’s funeral procession; the ghost of Diana, Princess of Wales, speaking prophecies to her ex-husband and elder son; and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, slapping Prince William for plotting to seize the throne from his father. The objectors hadn’t seen the original play but considered even the idea lese-majesty.

Those not calling for the DG’s head were perhaps aware that the script had not been hatched by a bunch of crazed republicans in a Broadcasting House bunker. King Charles III is an adaptation of a stage play by Mike Bartlett already performed around 400 times in London and New York, transferring to the West End and Broadway after its premiere at the Almeida theatre in north London in 2014.

Such moments as Camilla’s slap and Diana’s ghost – white-dressed at the end of a long corridor beside an eerily rocking child’s rocking horse – will inevitably have caused more shock on TV, where it is easier for the potentially offended to stumble on the stuff, than in the theatre, where the response was standing ovations and award nominations.

However, TV viewers have now seen that the play is not an exercise in Spitting Image-style satire: the actors sample some mannerisms from their Windsor originals, but give imaginative portrayals, rather than Bremner-esque impressions.

Nor could the script ever be mistaken for a docudrama. King Charles III is a futuristic what-if – set in around 2022 – which becomes a political thriller, a Palace of Cards if you will, when the new monarch refuses to sign a parliamentary bill he dislikes, causing a constitutional crisis and civil unrest. Distanced not only by time but style, it is written in blank verse, Bartlett’s governing conceit being that Shakespeare had survived to characterise Charles III as he did the various Richards and Henrys.

A plausible emotive portrait … Tim Pigott-Smith’s performance avoids any trace of the pettiness, temper and self-indulgence attributed to Charles by biographers.
Tim Pigott-Smith’s performance avoids any trace of the pettiness, temper and self-indulgence attributed to Charles by biographers. Photograph: Robert Viglasky/BBC/Drama Republic

Conceived as a pastiche of dramatic tragedy, the play now trails a real one, in the sudden death last month of Tim Pigott-Smith, who played the title role on stage and screen and whose performance now becomes his memorial.

Pigott-Smith’s performance and Bartlett’s script avoid any trace of the pettiness, temper and self-indulgence attributed to Charles by biographers, offering a plausible emotive portrait of a man who has waited more than 70 years to start work, then finds himself incapable of being just a face on the stamps and banknotes. “What am I?,” Charles asks, a line that Pigott-Smith, with an agonised sigh, makes as existentially heart-wrenching as Hamlet’s To be, or not to be.

Even the constitutional crisis Charles provokes is a kindly choice. Bartlett doesn’t imagine him leading a military dictatorship or massacring modernist architects, but standing up for the freedom of the press (something that has never seemed high on the agenda of the real Prince of Wales).

And, in one sense, the play is optimistic and reassuring for monarchists. The coronation oath taken here makes the King of England monarch of territories still including Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Australia, New Zealand and Canada, which only a plucky royalist would bet their Buckingham Palace garden party ticket on at this point.

Much of the play has been cut – the 90-minute TV slot is an hour shorter than the theatrical playing time – and some of the excisions make the text less challenging to BBC editorial guidelines. Rupert Goold, who directed the play in both media, admitted in an interview that the broadcaster had expressed unease with Diana’s ghost mocking Prince Charles’s suitability to rule. That speech has gone.

Electioneering politicians may be relieved as well that a speech from the play in which a kebab-seller laments the shrinking of Britain (“cut the army … squeeze the NHS … the Post Office closed … Devolution. Less and less”) becomes on TV a metaphor in which the Queen holds the UK together like the metal spit that splits a turning slab of doner meat.

Parts of the play are genuinely shocking, with the attitude of viewers depending on whether they believe living royals should be protected from fictional representation (as they effectively were in Britain until the 1980s), or conclude that inclusion in a drama can be no worse than the intrusions into their privacy the Windsors suffer regularly.

Bartlett gave his Prince Harry a romance with a sparky outsider, played by Tamara Lawrance, long before the real Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle.
Bartlett gave his Prince Harry a romance with a sparky outsider, played by Tamara Lawrance, long before the real Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle. Photograph: Robert Viglasky/BBC/Drama Republic

One pre-transmission furore concerned a line in which a nightclubber repeats gossip about Prince Harry’s paternity. But, in the context, this claim is spoken by a committed republican, who subsequently recants, and clearly represents the sort of stuff the princes have to put up with. Richard Goulding’s vulnerable, touching Harry seems a fair guess about the psyche of the fifth in line to the throne. Bartlett also gave his prince a romance with a sparky outsider, played by Tamara Lawrance, long before the real Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle.

The appearance of Diana’s ghost, as well as being a nod to Shakespearean convention, also seems a reasonable presentation of the way Charles, William and Harry are shadowed by the dead princess both historically and, as her sons have acknowledged in frank interviews, psychologically.

Whether or not you believe that William and Catherine would ever, like Cambridge Macbeths, mount a palace coup, Oliver Chris and Charlotte Riley are completely convincing in suggesting how such a conflict of loyalties would play out within the family.

King Charles III, on TV, is two different things: an outrage for those who believe the monarchy should always be reverenced, especially by the BBC, but also a drama with the highest quality of acting, writing and filming. Strangely, those versions sometimes co-exist: a paper whose front page railed against the BBC for questioning Prince Harry’s DNA gave the play a five-star preview on its TV pages on the same day.

Sourced: https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/may/10/king-charles-iii-stop-frothing-royalists-boldest-bbc-show-of-year#img-3

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