Tagged: Brexit

Apocalypse Now – or at least next Tuesday

When your pay, pension and not inconsiderable perks are dependent upon defending the nation against a presumed apocalypse, your position can only maintained by never actually setting a date for The End of the World, so that you can always be right. We learned that with the Millennium Bug. So the only way you can be ousted from power is if someone sets a date for Armageddon that comes around soon – and this is what Boris Johnson has done.

The headless, raggle-taggle purveyors of doom now have very little parliamentary time in which to squeeze all their Chicken Liddle-like hysteria and this means that matters are going to get quite intense this week. Tomorrow is their last chance to bring an emergency bill to stop No Deal – code for stopping Brexit altogether, aka The End of the World – while, just to pepper matters up even further, Tory rebels have been told that they will be thrown out of the party if they vote against government policy.

Those who don’t normally follow politics might believe that this is all par the course in Westminster. It really isn’t. This week will be one of the most pivotal in parliamentary history and thus of our nation, and schoolchildren – if we can ever expunge the indoctrinators – will be taught about how this chess game played out for centuries to come.

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Theresa May’s revenge against the Leave generation

We knew that she was a wrecking ball that could do a lot more damage before her white-knuckled claws were finally prised off the keys to Number 10, but I never dreamt she’d go this far.

In the final dying days of her premiership, May is ramming through a policy that will make the last years of austerity seem like life on Millionaires Row. She is committing Britain to transferring, over 30 years, an estimated £1 trillion (£1,000,000,000,000) into the Swamp’s climate change scam, when our country is already among those with the lowest carbon emissions in the world.

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The EU claims it has brought “peace in our time” but historians will come to call it the Fifty Years War

The virulent, hysterical anti-Americanism and anti-Trumpism of Sadiq Khan’s London is the result of a form of brainwashing which comes from communist China, Islamic Iran and the quislings who live among us that covertly take their yen.

London mayor Sadiq Khan is a British Pakistani, and Pakistan is a close ally of China. Most of the Asians that have come to settle in the Midlands and Northern towns are Pakistani migrants, not refugees fleeing conflict. They have been steadily trickling in for decades, ever since Britain’s elitists began to sell out our country to China.

Nine thousand American servicemen are buried here in this cemetery, overlooking Omaha Beach in Normandy, because they sacrificed their lives to give us freedom from a similarly totalitarian and tyrannical regime 75 years ago today.

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Unscrambling Alastair Campbell’s acid trip maths

In Thursday’s Euro election, 59 per cent of the British electorate voted for Leave parties while 41 per cent voted for those who want to Remain.

The real statistics for the 2019 Euro elections from actual data
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The importance of unicorns to Sovereignty

That odious oik Alastair Campbell was on Nigel Farage’s LBC show on Sunday, sporting a t-shirt emblazoned with the word “Reality” and haranguing Leave voters that they’re just fantasists who believe in unicorns.

“Unicorn” seems to be their latest buzzword – replacing the word “Nazi” now that it’s becoming clear who the masters of the Fourth Reich really are. Speaking of Nazis, Peter Mandelson used it again on Radio 4, this morning, fighting to save his EU pension. He was explaining that we didn’t know what we voted for because we are not in touch with reality. This from a man who had to resign from high office in this country TWICE for financial corruption.

Campbell and Mandelson need to go back to their propaganda scriptwriters who obviously don’t realise the importance of the unicorn to our sense of Sovereignty. In Somerset, the spiritual heartland of Britain (or the “land of the nobles”, as King Alfred the Great’s Druidic scribe described it, under the four royal stars of Aldebaran, Antares, Regulus and Fomulhaut) just about every church bears a royal coat of arms featuring the lion and the unicorn.

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Why May’s Withdrawal Bill is the worst example of foreign collusion, designed to destroy a Sovereign nation

Welcome to the Hotel California!

Imagine checking out of a hotel, handing over your room key, paying the bill of £39 billion and then being stuck in the foyer, with your suitcases at your feet, because the glass doors won’t open. You ask the receptionist when you can leave but she just smiles and says nothing.

I’m sure you recognise this Eagles-inspired metaphor. It’s why all good MPs, who care about our country, won’t sign this Orwellian-named Withdrawal Bill – a ReMayner’s Charter that could keep us as a member of the EU into perpetuity.

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Trump and the Five Stages of Grief

An information war is similar to a bog standard military conflict except that the weapons are much more informational in nature, with agitprop theatre, crisis actors and mass media propaganda used in the place of bombers, tanks and guns.

It seems to me that recent revelations and realisations over the treachery of those who have pretended to represent our best interests for the past 40-odd years has had the same impact, cognitively, as a Shock and Awe invasion, not least in how our government is trying to betray our democratic vote to Leave the EU. And so you’d think there’d be riots on the streets. But there is just this strange sort of silence.

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