Chapter 22 – Victoria Stafford – UK

Kensington, London, England

Kensington is an affluent district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in the West End of central London. The district’s commercial heart is Kensington High Street, running on an east-west axis. The north east is taken up by Kensington Gardens, containing the Albert Memorial, the Serpentine Gallery and Speke’s monument. South Kensington is home to Imperial College London, the Royal College of Music and the Royal Albert Hall. The area is also home to many European embassies.

Victoria Stafford – “UK Zodiac”

Victoria absolutely adored the house in Kensington which must be worth somewhere in the region of $20m USD or £16m UK Sterling. Yes, it was far more than she really needed, but she knew that she very much deserved the opportunity to live in such a beautiful house in such an affluent part of one of the worlds major capital cities. She loved the house and had no desire to ever be in a situation whereby she might lose it.

The details of the house as described by the real estate agent several years ago:

6 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms, 5 Reception Rooms, Conservatory, Roof Terrace, Outdoor Swimming Pool, Well Established Walled Garden and access to the Campden Hill Square Communal Garden

There is also the advantage of a separate staff studio flat on the lower ground floor of the house, accessible via separate entrance.

Victoria had not wanted to go to Moscow, she did not like the misery of the Russian winters and would miss the buzz of the Xmas shopping in London. As it turned out she had enjoyed the conference immensely, the presentations had been first class and the entertainment had been simply wonderful, Kirill had been an excellent host throughout the whole visit.

She was wearing loose fitting designer jeans and a long-sleeved white silk shirt, dancing solo around the room with a giant mug of English tea. The music was The Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30, composed in 1909 by Sergei Rachmaninoff and has the reputation of being one of the most technically challenging piano concertos in the standard classical repertoire. This version had no cuts and lasted approximately 40 minutes.

Victoria had worked hard since the return from Moscow and there was still data to analyze and decisions to be made. Business in the UK was good, but could be better, however the political landscape was fragile, and it was going to be expensive to maintain operational targets for the foreseeable future.

The UK was at a Crossroads and Europe was not Prepared to Allow Brexit to Happen:

The Eurozone would be over €20bn Euros a year worse off, without the net input of membership fees from the UK and the undisclosed VAT receipts which swelled the coffers in Brussels.

The UK was simply subsidizing every country in the EU and Brussels was spending a fortune to ensure Brexit was delayed indefinitely.

  • The BBC was paid vast sums to promote EU bias
  • The UK media channels were filled with EU supporting staff
  • Best of all the Government was so corrupt they could buy anybody
  • Brexit on 29th March 2019 would simply not happen
  • An extension would result and supposedly happen on 31 October 2019

She laughed as she thought about the last 4 years of dealing with the so-called political elite of the UK. They were all self-centered low life shits who would sell their souls to ensure Brexit failed. It simply would not happen, because every possible action has been taken to virtually guarantee that the UK would never ever leave the Eurozone and would actually be in a much worse financial position thanks to the corruption and traitorous acts by the Members of Parliament.

The Planning had Achieved Incredible Results:

  • The open borders would continue and the slave routes would survive
  • The UK would pay for a satellite system it would never be allowed to use
  • The UK foreign aid budget would support thousands of programs for the benefit of Associates
  • The UK was literally the laughing stock of both the global Political and Criminal fraternities

Victoria had seen the figures and at present the odds on the UK leaving were near 30% and she needed it to be nearer 15%. That would give the Organization significant room to reconsider their options if anything went pear-shaped big time!

Victoria was embarrassed when speaking to investors and business leaders, the music stopped, and she was back in the real world. She needed to love and be loved, although too old for kids, not old enough to spend the rest of her life alone. Tonight, she would make some arrangements and have some real fun. She had not been aware of the reactions of the other Zodiacs after the social events in Moscow, nor did she care because she needed to get out and was working on the most ambitious plan of her life!

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