England’s economic condition worsens and Boris Johnson faltering voter confidence

England's Prime Minister Boris Johnson

After promising to grow the U.K.’s economy, Prime Minister Johnson’s policies put them into a cash crunch and citizens face escalating inflation, taxation. The staggering cost of social programs coupled with COVID simply cannot be sustained. Brad Johnson gives his analysis of the situation.

“My intention with these broadcasts is to lay out what has the potential to evolve into worsening tensions and potentially dangerous conflict.” says Mr. Johnson.


brad johnson here uh from americans from
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intelligence foreignform.org
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it is march 2nd 2021. uh kind of some
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interesting things going on
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in england good old uk the problems
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there are starting to accumulate and be
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serious
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boris johnson has not
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really worked out to be what he had
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promised he was going to
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freeze taxes and do a lot of things to
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try to make the economy start to
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grow again one of the things that just
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is such a no-brainer in england with
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such a horrible
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housing shortage but yet lots of land
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available
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uh you know if they if they allow
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development to take place in different
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areas
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uh but it’s just it’s one of those
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things that’s so badly shackled there
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the the industrial nature of the people
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in england
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has is is basically you know held back
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in
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chains and not allowed to go forward and
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do things of course these are all
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self-inflicted and the kind of
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crappy economy and bringing in
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immigrants and the
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socialized programs that are out there
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that are so expensive
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has put them into it you just absolute
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shambles economically
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with covid on top of it the business is
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being destroyed all of their
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it’s created a cast crunch they’re
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borrowing money hand over fist
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this is where socialism always ends up
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and this is where it’s going there and
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as i said
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boris johnson has really not shown
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himself capable to
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handle this and turn it all around he’s
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he’s
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turning out to be rather a large failure
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and we’re seeing some of the things
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discussed that are there for taxes i
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mean
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um like death taxes in in the uk
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now in some cases are reaching 80
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percent
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80 i mean that means anything that
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that you have that you accumulate in
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your lifetime you’re not able to pass on
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to your children anymore
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if you own a piece of property uh that’s
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that’s worth very much money at all
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uh and there’s an 80 tax on it that your
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children have to come up with
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pay off that debt in order to keep the
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house or
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business property or whatever it is you
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know that’s just untenable
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you you might as well you know get sell
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it get your 20
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out and try to go buy something else i
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mean
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it’s just uh like i said becoming
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untenable but they’re so cash strapped
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that they’re going after everything
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they’re talking about
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raising corporate tax uh you know 19 to
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20
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bringing it up to 23 percent increasing
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income tax
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increasing tax on fuel which that’s
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always a problem because well it looks
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like oh yeah you know we’re only raising
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it you know two cents or five cents
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in the u.s we would use cents there you
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know hey
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they have the based on the pound but at
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any rate how much ever you raise it
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is it increases the cost of everything
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because
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almost every product in your store is
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trucked in that’s how those materials
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get there
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even gasoline is trucked in so all of
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those things
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impact on your life because everything
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is going to go up it’s highly
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inflationary so all of this
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borrowing money highly inflationary fuel
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taxes
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taxing self uh employed all of these
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things like on
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property taxes they’re talking about
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taking those up through the roof those
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are paid annually
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that makes it very expensive to own
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property so
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all of these things are very damaging
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and make the housing crisis there
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worse not better makes inflation start
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to go out of control so
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the economy in england is starting to
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spin out of control
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the inflationary pressures are starting
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to become really great
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and what they’re doing is doubling down
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on weight what made it bad in the first
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place
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so there’s there’s and there’s no
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discussion of anything boris johnson
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said he’s got this
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triple tax law blah blah blah all that’s
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falling apart they’re raising taxes left
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and right
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it is one of those situations that’s
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quickly spinning out of the control
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runaway inflation is next on the menu in
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england
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and from there it just goes downhill so
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this is a
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a very serious problem to our friends
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and partners in the uk
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you’ve got to get your immigration and
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economic policies in order
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you’ve got to throw off this
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socialism and the socialist policies
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that are just
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a boot hill on the uh or a yet boot heel
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on the throat of the economy of your
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country
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this is the same problem we’re facing in
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a lot of the eu uh
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england and the united states and canada
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this this socialist
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uh leech on our backs is just destroying
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the economy worldwide
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and we’ve got countries like china the
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communist countries that are perfectly
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willing and ready to step
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in and take world control and that would
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be such a sad
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place indeed to see a a a
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a world dominated by a communist party
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meaning you’d have one guy
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in charge and anybody anything he wants
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anyone he wants anyone he wants dead can
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be done
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snap over fingers that’s not good for
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anyone this is contributing to it
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england you’ve got to start to organize
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and fight back
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fight back for the traditional values
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the conservative values
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that make society safe bring social
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justice to more people more wealth to
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more people
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than anything and everything else
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combined
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Brad Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. Having served domestically and abroad, many assignments included areas of armed conflict. He served overseas in direct support of the War Against Terrorism and he took multiple assignments overseas as Chief of Station.

A certified senior expert in counterintelligence, surveillance and surveillance detection, his proven expertise in dangerous operational environments included the highest level of training available in the USG and globally. His tradecraft expertise was honed in dangerous, difficult, and restrictive operational environments.

Brad is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe.

In the summer of 2017, he founded the non-profit organization Americans for Intelligence Reform to create awareness of political corruption and the resulting diminished capabilities within the intelligence community. Serving as President, he brings you his unique perspective from deep, international experience and conservative, Christian values.

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