If you’re in the market for portents of doom there are plenty of places to look. Signs of an imminent apocalypse are ten-a-penny, from the situation with North Korea to the chaos in Syria, the issues Facebook had with their AI to the rise of the alt-right in the US, the characteristics of the zeitgeist of horror that will lead us into a dystopian nightmare future are easy to spot. None more so than the fact are now able to bet on Jacob Rees-Mogg to be the next British PM at sites like Bet365.
- Should you bet on Jacob Rees-Mogg to be the next British PM at 7/1 odds?
- Can 4/1 shot David Davis really win residence in No. 10 Downing Street?
- Will the next British prime minister be 4/1 favorite Jeremy Corbyn?
- Has Boris Johnson got a chance to beat his 8/1 odds to be the next PM?
Dubbed the “member of parliament for the 18th century” Rees-Mogg is to politics in the UK what turning up at your local Emergency Room with a case of Bubonic Plague is to modern medicine. A privileged, pampered product of the upper classes he appears as if a throw back to an era you thought gone. His attitudes, manner and character as apt for the new millennium as wearing an SS uniform to a bar mitzvah, and a bet on Jacob Rees-Mogg to be the next British PM is to think we are all doomed.
Perhaps that’s unfair, a bet on Jacob Rees-Mogg to be the next British PM is proba/united-kingdombly fine, if you’re reading this in the 1930s in Europe or the 1950s in America, however if it’s the 21st century outside where you are, these uncaring, heartless policies of product and penury are as out of place as a Hindu wearing a YOLO t-shirt, or someone enjoying a bet on sports in the UK and always backing Aston Villa to win. Perhaps the biggest clue is that even some fellow Tories term him as “reactionary poison”.
Will “Moggmentum” See Reactionary Poison Lead The UK Soon?
When members of the conservative party in the UK are calling you reactionary poison it’s time to take a good long hard look at just how out of step with the modern world you really are. A bet on Jacob Rees-Mogg to be the next British PM is the same as wagering that Ferrari will replace Kimi Raikkonen at the end of the 2018 F1 racing season with the reanimated corpse of Genghis Khan, except that Mr Khan is a positive embodiment of liberal attitudes and progressive thinking compared to Rees-Mogg. Anyone in the UK gambling news headlines screaming of his ridiculous eccentricities* will prevent him rising to the top of the Tory tree and gain leadership of the Conservative Party should remember that they face Jeremy Corbyn, the very left wing Labour Party leader at the next election, and if there’s one thing British politics likes giving people it’s a stark simple choice to make. Rees-Mogg could well be touted as the much needed Anti-Corbyn to craven and cowardly Tory MPs worried about their seats.
Bet On Jacob Rees-Mogg To Be The Next British PM At Bet356 Now
Ruth Davidson – 16/1
Amber Rudd – 12/1
Boris Johnson – 8/1
Phillip Hammond – 8/1
Jacob Rees-Mogg – 7/1
David Davis – 4/1
Jeremy Corbyn – 4/1
Of course if you’re in the UK gambling laws of common sense will prevent the Moggster from actually winning an election and gaining the reigns of power just remember, people in the UK voted for Brexit, haven’t risen up to slay those responsible for Grenfell Tower and still use the M25 on a daily basis, so you might want to reassess that position. Worse still the others in the running aren’t all that inspiring and if you’re not going to bet on Jacob Rees-Mogg to be the next British PM who should you back?
Well Ruth Davidson is the outside chance with a slim hope at 16/1 just a bit behind the odds on Amber Rudd at 12/1. The power hungry Boris Johnson won’t be pleased he only garners the same 8/1 odds that Phillip Hammond is getting and that a bet on Jacob Rees-Mogg to be the next British PM is a lower 7/1 risk. Naturally the front runners are David Davis and Jeremy Corbyn right now, both getting 4/1, but the favorites have often lost recently in British politics, and a bemogged Britain is not beyond the realms of possibility as Bet365 etc make clear.
“It’s one of those irregular verbs, isn’t it? I have an independent mind, you are an eccentric, he is round the twist.” – Bernard Woolley