As I previously predicted, Theresa May will be holding general elections this year in the United Kingdom. While she believes that this will help her shore up a majority and, as a result, a mandate for her governance, she’s making a huge mistake for herself. Like Hillary Clinton before her, the media’s propagating of inevitability is resented by much of the public and they, like with the Brexit result before it, may be ready to show the elite of England that they will not follow orders nicely. Along with this, Vladimir Putin will come after her and help elevate her rival who is seen as more sympathetic to his interests, Jeremy Corbyn. While many think his leadership is coming to an end, the truth is he’ll win the general election and shock the nation, and the world, in the process. The UK aristocracy will try its hardest to destroy him upon such an upset victory, even with an assassination attempt along the way. However, it will fail and Corbyn will be remembered as one of England’s favorite prime ministers. While May thinks this is the beginning of a major revival of her political fortunes, she’ll soon discover it will be a disastrous end for her career like what became of her predecessor, David Cameron. This foolish folly won’t have a happy ending for the Tory party, though fortunately it still sees Brexit in its wake.