Monday, 28 July 2014


Chris Spivey, the alternative media's most controversial and read on-line journalist could be the next Prime Minister of Great Britain and here’s why…

As mentioned in the ‘We are Change UK blog with reference to the offences including the rape, torture and murder of children, by our national politicians:

“A 'total disclosure event' would see citizens of the United Kingdom take to the streets in their hundreds of thousands, if not millions, as the extent of the crimes are revealed.”

Now considering Chris Spivey has done more than many people to expose the corruption and criminality at the heart of government, it’s only good and proper that he should be rewarded.

Chris Spivey’s Exclusives include:

  • Proved beyond all reasonable doubt that the Lee Rigby incident was a false-flag event.
  • Exposed the NSPCC to have employed a dangerous ANC terrorist as a senior manager.
  • Exposed Gerry and Kate McCann to be charlatans and liars.
  • Exposed the Daily Mail newspaper as liars and charlatan’s over their coverage of the Somerset floods, and much much more.
  • Exposed many politicians and celebrities to be paedophiles, including David Cameron, William Hague and Simon Cowell.
  • Exposed the Royal family to be liars and charlatans.
  • Much much more…

With such a prolific array of exposés, Chris Spivey should either be thrown in jail for outrageous libel and slander or made Prime Minister.

Somebody needs to be, because as the ‘We are Change UK’ blog alludes to, once the general public realize that everything Chris Spivey has been writing about is true, there will be a vacuum in Parliament which has to be filled, otherwise anarchy will ensue.

While Chris Spivey himself admits, “Ha ha, can't quite see that happening myself,” the fact remains that someone has to be PM once the dust settles and the fires from the riots outside Buckingham Palace and Downing Street die down.
An Alternative Cabinet:

  • Prime Minister: Chris Spivey
  • Deputy Prime Minister: Bill Maloney
  • Chancellor: Roger Hayes
  • Home Secretary: Michael Doherty
  • Foreign Secretary: Brian Gerrish
  • Defence Secretary: Matt Taylor
  • Justice Secretary: Brenda Mumsy Mcnamara
  • Health Secretary: Dr. Graham Dowling.
  • Education Secretary: Charles Davis
  • Business Secretary: Guy Taylor
  • Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Mike Robinson
  • Work and Pensions Secretary: Scott Chambers 
  • Energy and Climate Change Secretary: David Boyle
  • Local Government Secretary: Lou Collins 
  • Transport Secretary: Mike Mitcham
  • Environment Secretary: Ian R Crane
  • International Development Secretary: Patrick Henningsen
  • Northern Ireland Secretary: Thomas Sheridan
  • Scotland Secretary: Sean Connery
  • Welsh Secretary: Daisy Jones
  • Minister for Women and Children: Kerry-Ann Howitt
  • Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport Secretary: Simon Welsh
  • Minister for Space and Alien Affairs: Richard D Hall

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