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Rishi Sunak become UK prime minister supported by 150 votes, in the same day Xi Jinping has been re-elected as China’s president with 2,995 votes

From now on, every time you hear someone who will claims that the United Kingdom is a democracy, or that the method of government in England is more democratic than China, is either stupid, or a crook, or both.

Like it or not, Rishi Sunak is an unelected PM. His success will be a proof that democracy is wrong, and his failure will be a proof that oligarchy is not what Britain needed. If the gas price, food and energy bills going back to to what it was before Sunak became Boris Johnson’s Chancellor, this will be his success. Anything less, is a failure.
The former Goldman Sachs banker and Boris Johnson’s UK Chancellor was not elected, but appointed PM on Monday afternoon, having faced Penny Mordaunt in a slimmed-down Tory leadership contest, triggered last week when Liz Truss quit after just 45 days.He got the backing of 150 Tory MPs ahead of the 2pm deadline on Monday.

With Ms Mordaunt - his only remaining contender - conceding in the race, the job has automatically gone to him without the need for party members to vote. The British people had no voting rights on the country leadership anyway.

Ms Mordaunt is thought to have got the backing of about 90 parliamentarians.

Sir Graham Brady, head of the 1922 committee that sets the rules for Conservative leadership races and obviously has nothing to do with democracy nor the interest of the British subjects, announced the news at about 2pm on Monday afternoon.

Mr Sunak must now visit King Charles and fakery “ask for permission to form a government”. The King will travel to London on Monday as previously planned, but is likely to “accept” Ms Truss' resignation and “appoint” Mr Sunak today.

Mr. Sunak will have to deal now as a Prime Minister with the economical disaster he created as a chancellor.

He do not have any experience on how to run a country, a big operation or to do anything beside playing and taking other people money, but he have now 2 years to learn on the expense of the British economy.

Personally he have now only 2 years to make money from Ukraine arm deals, Rwanda concentration camps deal and to continue to cancel more and more democratic elements from the British system.

From now on, every time you hear someone who will claims that the United Kingdom is a democracy, or that the method of government in England is more democratic than China, you will know that anyone who will claims it is either stupid, or a crook, or both.

Like it or not, Rishi Sunak is an unelected PM. His success will be a proof that democracy is wrong, and his failure will be a proof that oligarchy is not what Britain needed.

Rishi Sunak, as a Chancellor, got thriving economy. He was part of the government that pushed Ukraine to violate their 14 years agreement with Russia by placing on their border NATO weapons against Moscow, and that’s why Ukraine war started. He led the sanctions that in fact enrich Russia and led to energy crisis worldwide. So, If the gas price, food and energy bills going back to to what it was before Sunak became Boris Johnson’s Chancellor, this will be his success. Anything less, is a failure.

Numbers do not lie. Politicians and bankers, do it for a living.
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