United Kingdom already bored. So much so that even his own leader showed his boredom and tiredness with this decision to blame others – read Russia – for each and every one of his own mistakes.
This is a 50-page dossier conducted by the Parliamentary Committee on Intelligence and Security (ISC), whose president, Dominic Grieve, asked the executive for publication so that Parliament can consider it before the elections. Precisely the deputy Grieve is one of those who were expelled from the Conservative Party on September 3 for voting in favor of the extension of Brexit.
Without shame, Grieve held on to a false news already dismantled to sustain his position: "This report is very relevant to the public because we all know – and it is something already widely accepted – that Russia has tried to interfere in the democratic processes of other countries in last".
What is actually widely accepted is that it was Cambridge Analytica – a company that was based in London precisely – that interfered in the US elections – because no interference has been demonstrated in other electoral processes -, so Grieve continues lying in the open face about the worn mantra of Russian interference, a lie made by Hillary Clinton commissioned to former MI6 spy Christopher Steele to investigate the 'Russian interference'.
"This rhetoric of creating, as the Americans and the English say, the Russian boogeyman, of including it as a monster that is behind the scenes, putting its tentacles everywhere, has become a verbiage that nobody believes," says Arturo Gal, Professor of Law at the University of Preston in the United Kingdom.
"This argument is really paranoid and ridiculous," says the analyst.
The United Kingdom has been in political turmoil for several years, but that deepened a few months ago: Theresa May's inability – who took the witness in charge of the true instigator of all this, his predecessor David Cameron – to resolve the Brexit caused his downfall and the rise of his co-religionist, but a supporter of a hard Brexti, Boris Johnson.
After comings and goings in internal negotiations, along with Brussels, Johnson finally achieved an electoral advance that will take place on December 12 and with an uncertain end: there has been a drop in electoral preferences of both conservatives and Labor.
"It takes time for this, looking for the Russian hand everywhere to simply ignore really the main causes of their same internal geopolitical game, that they themselves have enemies within their same parties, within their same bourgeois class," concludes Arturo Gal.