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Trump, Russia, Brexit? No Comment.

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J.J. PatrickUnited Kingdom
Trump, Russia, Brexit? No Comment.
Asked about the most important issues facing Britain since World War II, PM May has nothing to say.

The Western world is in crisis, with evidence of deliberate attacks on democracy aimed at unpicking the very fabric which has preserved peace for 70 years.

Russia has been working with the far-right to manipulate electorates across the world, succeeding only in the UK and US so far, and the British economy is already in grave danger.

The house of cards is collapsing and all we are hearing is campaign slogans.

Amidst growing concerns Prime Minister Theresa May is stage managing her dealings with the press, I approached both Number 10 Downing Street and Conservative Party HQ this week to ask them some tough questions.

The response is damning...


In the wake of the Russian scandal in the United States at the moment involving Gen. Flynn and likely to implicate Donald Trump, what is the Prime Minister's reason for maintaining and nurturing close links with a potentially corrupted foreign administration?

No reply.

Should any state visits now be suspended, in particular considering the security risks and associated financial and reputational costs?

No reply.



In light of ongoing investigations with the Electoral Commission and concerns raised with the ICO as regards potentially illegal voter manipulation by parties linked to the extreme right and Russia, including Leave.EU and SCL Elections (also known as Cambridge Analytica), why has the Prime Minister not set aside a snap election in order to engage parliament in a cross party response to this direct threat to Britain?

No reply.

How can the Prime Minister maintain the argument of the "will of the people" in these circumstances?

No reply.



Has the Prime Minister been fully briefed on the security threat of Russian interference in Brexit and the 2015 election?

No reply.

If so, why has she not responded to this serious national security threat?

No reply.

If not, can she explain the abject failure of British security services when the EU and the member states have specific measures in place to counter this threat?

No reply.



Russia and the extreme right, including British nationals, and one man hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy have attacked the British Democratic process, and those of our neighbour's in Europe, using hacking and advanced psychometric technology, along with flagrant disinformation campaigns. Why has the Prime Minister not raised this attack in Parliament and why has she not stood with our neighbouring allies against the most serious security threat to Europe since the Cold War?

No reply.



Why hasn't the Prime Minister condemned the acts of Russia and its collaborating partners for what amounts to an act of war on Europe and the United States?

No reply.



What does the Prime Minister say to the suggestion that her policy stance appears markedly pro-Russian?

No reply.

Is the Prime Minister's party using or intending to use the services of SCL/Cambridge Analytica, Aggragate IQ, Goddard Gunster or any linked companies during her election campaign?

No reply.

If so, is she prepared to inform the British public before the vote?

No reply.



And lastly;



Sources and supporting evidence suggest the Prime Minister will walk away from Brexit negotiations without a deal on or around the time of the German elections. How does the Prime Minister respond to this?

No reply.


#Brexit, #Trump, #Theresa May, #Russia, #General Election, #Conservatives

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