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Thursday, November 03, 2016

Brexit blocked

At this point, it is eminently clear that the custom of using "high courts" to determine what is, or is not, constitutional is an epic, historical, and anti-democratic failure:
Parliament must vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the European Union, the High Court has ruled.

This means the government cannot trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - beginning formal discussions with the EU - on their own.

Theresa May says the referendum - and existing ministerial powers - mean MPs do not need to vote, but campaigners called this unconstitutional.

The government is appealing.

Ministers were given the go-ahead for a further hearing to take place at the Supreme Court, which is expected to take place early next month.

The prime minister has said she will activate Article 50, formally notifying the EU of the UK's intention to leave, by the end of next March. This follows the UK's decision to back Brexit in June's referendum by a margin of 51.9% to 48.1%.

The EU's other 27 members have said negotiations about the terms of the UK's exit - due to last two years - cannot begin until Article 50 has been invoked.

Gina Miller, who brought the case, said outside the High Court that the government should make the "wise decision of not appealing".

She said: "The result today is about all of us. It's not about me or my team. It's about our United Kingdom and all our futures."

But a government spokesman announced it would contest the ruling, saying: "The country voted to leave the European Union in a referendum approved by Act of Parliament. And the government is determined to respect the result of the referendum. We will appeal this judgment."
One MP has already died as a result of the UK political elite's attempt to keep the British people subject to rule by European Union. This all but ensures civil war if the Members of Parliament are stupid and shameless enough to stand in the way of Brexit.

The British people made their will perfectly clear by voting for Leave. And they have the same moral right to fight for their own self-determination that they fought to defend for other European peoples.

It should not escape one's attention that the legal action to deny the will of the British people was led by a mixed-race South African woman. That's not an accident; it is exactly why genetic nationalism is the only sound basis for a coherent and cohesive political system.

Theresa May ought to go Andrew Jackson on the High Court, after repatriating Gina Miller to South Africa.

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75 Comments:

Anonymous Patron November 03, 2016 8:39 AM  

Not too worried about this as a Brexiteer TBH.

Couple of obligatory Guido links:

http://order-order.com/2016/11/03/judge-rules-parliament-will-vote-article-50
http://order-order.com/2016/11/03/article-50-decision-reaction

Anonymous Jeremy November 03, 2016 8:40 AM  

It's going to the UK Supreme Court for appeal on Dec. 7th and 8th. Even the Graun's legal expert thinks this decision won't ultimately stop Brexit.

If it does go to a Parliamentary vote, things could get interesting. For a start, Corbyn's a very reluctant Remainer and I have a hard time imagining he'll successfully rally a Labour party that can barely stand him. As for the Tories, repeatedly asking the question, "Do you really want to go down in history as voting against the most significant expression of popular democracy in a generation?" over and over again should do the trick. ��

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother November 03, 2016 8:41 AM  

I thought "our futures" were decided when they voted to leave.

Anonymous Kr November 03, 2016 8:47 AM  

I wouldn't be surprised if she called a snap election, even though she claims she's opposed to this tactic. It seems to be the next, logical step, the only weapon she has against an activist court.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/sep/03/theresa-may-election-pm-owen-smith-corbyn

Blogger Frank Lin November 03, 2016 8:50 AM  

Best 2 out of 3? Best 3 out of 5?

Anonymous Undocumented Civilizationalist November 03, 2016 8:55 AM  

It's like they want a violent revolution.

Perhaps the Brits won't be as savage as the French, and politicians heads won't actually be rolling in the streets, but, I don't understand what these politicians, judges, etc. think is going to happen if the people determine their votes don't matter and will be just ignored or overturned.

Isn't the point of voting and democracy and all that to settle social and political affairs peacefully? If a peaceful option isn't left to the people, then people are going to die. And there are more plebains than patricians.

Blogger David Power November 03, 2016 9:00 AM  

05/Nov/1605

Second time lucky?

OpenID basementhomebrewer November 03, 2016 9:01 AM  

Undocumented Civilizationalist wrote:It's like they want a violent revolution.

Perhaps the Brits won't be as savage as the French, and politicians heads won't actually be rolling in the streets, but, I don't understand what these politicians, judges, etc. think is going to happen if the people determine their votes don't matter and will be just ignored or overturned.

Isn't the point of voting and democracy and all that to settle social and political affairs peacefully? If a peaceful option isn't left to the people, then people are going to die. And there are more plebains than patricians.


If you learn nothing else from the wikileaks you should learn THEY DO NOT CARE ABOUT THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE. The whole thing is a big game over power to them. Who has the most influence? Who can get whatever they want? Who can get away with anything? That is all they care about. Actually doing the right thing for their nation or what the people want is an after thought.

Anonymous Patron November 03, 2016 9:01 AM  

I doubt it'd be a savage revolution.

I mean, Her Majesty is pro-Brexit... and head of the armed forces.

Though... it might be a good opportunity to kick out all the mad mullahs. Brexit + De-Islamification all in one wouldn't be bad.

Blogger wreckage November 03, 2016 9:02 AM  

I really don't see how this can hold up. The Parliament is not, strictly speaking, answerable to the courts.

Blogger Ken Prescott November 03, 2016 9:08 AM  

"I doubt it'd be a savage revolution."

I'm sure a British revolution would be a very polite affair, with tea and cucumber sandwiches in the afternoon, and revolutionary leaders chastising their followers: "I say, old chap, it costs you nothing to be polite to the gentleman you're stringing up. And good day to you, sir; I am dreadfully sorry that we're reusing the rope, but needs must, I'm afraid."

Blogger Basil Makedon November 03, 2016 9:09 AM  

Interesting. May has already taken too strong of a position on Brexit and as noted Corbyn is not a remainer, barely plays one on TV.

The Brexit vote isn't going anywhere and May is currently as popular as she is because she is seen as a politician that is doing what she promised -- oh, the novelty. In fact, I expect that more people would side with Brexit now than before.

Anonymous JI November 03, 2016 9:10 AM  

Civil war? I doubt it. We've seen the will of the people overturned by courts here in the US a number of times, and there were no consequences.

Blogger CarpeOro November 03, 2016 9:12 AM  

Not familiar with the judicial structure in Britain, but instead of pulling a Jackson could she pull a Roosevelt? Threaten to add members to it until there are enough to get it right?

Blogger James Higham November 03, 2016 9:15 AM  

Naturally, we are shocked, Vox, about the decision but it wasn't unexpected - here is the full text:

https://www.judiciary.gov.uk/judgments/r-miller-v-secretary-of-state-for-exiting-the-european-union/

Many of us are now thinking full Andy Jackson is the way, call a GE ... but does she have the cojones?

Blogger VD November 03, 2016 9:16 AM  

Civil war? I doubt it. We've seen the will of the people overturned by courts here in the US a number of times, and there were no consequence

You're right. Maybe they'll just kill a few MPs and the rest will see the wisdom of respecting the people's will.

You know one pro-Remain MP has already been killed, right?

Anonymous Broken Arrow November 03, 2016 9:16 AM  

Considering the thin margin that it passed, and it was older people who voted for it, my guess is no civil war if Brexit is blocked.

@13 You are correct, the US is no better off.

Anonymous Kevin Gold November 03, 2016 9:17 AM  

OWNED

Looks like the racists behind Brexit will not win!

Also https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/11/dont-gamble-on-trump/506207/

looks like a lot of conservatives are going to be voting for Clinton!

Blogger Student in Blue November 03, 2016 9:20 AM  

"Subverting democracy is awesome! OWNED!"

Lord, I pray one day these people recognize their hypocrisy and repent.

Blogger Ken Prescott November 03, 2016 9:24 AM  

"looks like a lot of conservatives are going to be voting for Clinton!"

David Frum enthusiastically endorsed Presidents McCain and Romney.

Oh, wait . . .

Blogger seeingsights November 03, 2016 9:25 AM  

Anyone who has an idealized view of govt institutions is naive. Public choice economics teaches that govt institutions act in their self interest. We see examples of that even at the local police level (civil asset forfeiture). Blocking Brexit enhances the power of the courts

Blogger Mr.MantraMan November 03, 2016 9:26 AM  

"Racist" means white and nothing more. I know it is a word that is assigned a lot of moral authority, but I am skeptical of that and the people who use it in every sentence.

Anonymous RabidRatel November 03, 2016 9:27 AM  

repatriating Gina Miller to South Africa.

We have enough troublemakers here. Why do you think we export them to elsewhere?

Anonymous Wilbur Hassenfus November 03, 2016 9:28 AM  

"OWNED RAYCISS BLEEGHGARBLE BLURGHHH"

Funny, that's just about what Marie Antoinette said.

Anonymous Jack November 03, 2016 9:28 AM  

Why the second amendment is required to give teeth to the others.

Anonymous 0007 November 03, 2016 9:28 AM  

So the tptb use an aa hire as their front to challenge the vote. I noted over on the bbc site that it appears as if the Brexit losers are shifting to the we'll-make-them-vote-until-they-get-it-right mode.

Blogger seeingsights November 03, 2016 9:31 AM  

As a follow up on my previous post, it is no accident that govt bureaucrats and quasi government workers such as academics are Remainers. The EU means work for them. The judiciary is structurally closer to govt bureaucracy and academia than to private firms and even to an elected body

Blogger dc.sunsets November 03, 2016 9:35 AM  

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Blogger dc.sunsets November 03, 2016 9:37 AM  

I've stated for a couple years that the coming Conflagration in the USA will be a resumption of the English Civil War, and that the "victory" of the Parliamentarians was just temporary.

The Left does not love democracy. Its zealots love their dogma, and any means that furthers it. In the Anglosphere, it has been the COURTS, unelected and unaccountable, where the Left has moved the USA, UK and Canada toward their hegemonic Utopia.

If a "king" exists today in the USA it is the shared sense of identity, nebulous but real, that causes people to still stand at the National Anthem and that nauseating Lee Greenwood song.

There is a Nation, and there is a king, even if no actual person occupies the throne (the Oval Office is something else.) Parliaments and Congresses are the Left. The Left's belief in achieving Eternal Political Hegemony (via demographic change) is ahistoric.

John Podesta's emails reveal a profound ignorance of the lessons of history. The Trump Phenomenon is the last attempt for the Crown to employ the political means to prevent a RESUMPTION of civil war. The rabbits elected the legislature. When the credit bubble finally evaporates and Rabbit Season opens (no bag limit), politics will prove inadequate to settle such profound divisions.

Whether Trump wins or loses next week, I think that war remains inevitable. Only its timing is in play.

Anonymous Utah4Trump November 03, 2016 9:39 AM  

Not South African, she's from Guyana in the West Indies

Anonymous Oye November 03, 2016 9:40 AM  

"That's not an accident; it is exactly why genetic nationalism is the only sound basis for a coherent and cohesive political system."

Oh boy. Really oh boy.

If that's the case why did Alt-White/Alt-Pure get branded Alt-Retard by you? They were just being coherent. They just didn't want to be cohesive with a larping mestizo.

Blogger Cecil Henry November 03, 2016 9:40 AM  

Merkel and her parasites are everywhere in this issue:


Angela Merkel is told to try ANYTHING to stop Brexit by her advisers, as Germany meddles with Britain's escape from the EU

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3897864/Angela-Merkel-told-try-stop-Brexit-advisers-Germany-meddles-Britain-s-escape-EU.html

Anonymous TJK November 03, 2016 9:43 AM  

One could argue that this is as much due to the establishment's opposition to Brexit as it is due to the fact referenda are in general are a mechanism foreign to the UK constitution, with the two being inherently incompatible. Peter Hitchens wrote about this repeatedly predicting trouble and he appears to feel understandably vindicated now.

Whether this means the ancient constitution is in need of an overhaul towards something more accommodating of direct democracy is a separate question. I think VD would like that, but it would be quite the edifice to tear down.

On the face of it MPs are extremely unlikely to go against the result of the referendum. But they may push for watering down the process of leaving the EU to meaninglessness.

The British way of doing all this would be to have elected a parliament campaigning on leaving the EU.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 November 03, 2016 9:47 AM  

Like all things, the Brexit referendum was a battle, not the war.

Just like the upcoming US election.

Blogger dc.sunsets November 03, 2016 9:48 AM  

@25 exactly. It isn't about fighting the Second American Revolution. All that is required is the ability for those wronged in a profound way, whose justified outrage remains unredressed by "let them eat cake" levels of indifference, to bring their outrage to rulers in a direct and personal way.

Those at the very top of the pyramid are protected by impenetrable layers of armor, but the very next layer of the state lives right out in the open.

Ironically, when things get bad enough it's not even the guns of the proletarians those officials should fear but the guns of the very people on whom they depend for their day-to-day survival.

When Caesar treats her protectors with utter contempt she's just a small loss of popular consent from daggers being sheathed in her blood. It wasn't the plebes who stormed the Bastille who were responsible for dragging the French monarchy to Madame Guillotine, it was the layers of the monarchs' protectors who stood aside (or doffed their uniforms and joined the Revolution.)

The Second Amendment thus ironically reduces the likelihood that our political rulers will be murdered by their own guards. The threshold for political change may have a lower threshold for open violence than if the citizenry is disarmed.

Blogger Alexander November 03, 2016 9:50 AM  

The British will leave Europe, it's just a question of what percent of the elite will be alive to see it.

And boy, if this slows the process down until after Deutsche Bank collapses, or we have a mass killing by a Syrian toddler...

The SJW always doubles down. We knew something like this would happen. But it doesn't help them in the end - not once the people are willing to fight back.

Blogger oero nolem November 03, 2016 9:50 AM  

bring back duelling. It saves resources.

Blogger Banshee November 03, 2016 9:52 AM  

Tolkien was South African, Dutch, German, and Baptist. So obviously he can be ignored by Catholics and Englishmen.

Yup, and I'm sure nobody who was purely English ever used the courts or Parliament to get around English law or the expressed will of the people. English history could not possibly be chock full of examples of such a thing.

Sheesh. The UK has an unwritten constitution for just this sort of legal convenience. And we have a written one because our founders didn't want this kind of thing to happen. (Not that it is being properly observed at the moment, but it is there.)

Blogger DemonicProfessorEl November 03, 2016 9:52 AM  

Big surprise that pro-EU morons want to rule by edict and fiat rather than obey the law. In their mind, they are the law, which changes on whim and circumstance to whatever suits their goals.

Is there a chance for the UK Supreme Court to stay the cunny's attempted coup? Yes, but unlikely. Once power's given to the technocrats, they'll finagle a way out of it.

So - it looks like the EU will collapse in flame, blood, and bankruptcy. But then again, the only goals of the Left are destruction and absolute power.

Also, I like genetic nationalism as a more specific term than ethnic nationalism (which gets murky). While the PRURITY BRIGDAES may scoff, but nationalism does rely on a mix of ethnicity, culture, philosophy and linguistic norms. All in all, Vox Day has done more to advance the cause of the West than strawman Ricky Peterson, German-American aspiring rapper and owner of sweet rims on his ride, gold chains and stupid tattoos.

Blogger Cail Corishev November 03, 2016 9:57 AM  

So the tptb use an aa hire as their front to challenge the vote.

Past experience has shown them that if they use a member of the minority as their figurehead, whites will roll over and give them what they want.

That couldn't ever change, could it?

Blogger DemonicProfessorEl November 03, 2016 9:58 AM  

Banshee wrote:Tolkien was South African, Dutch, German, and Baptist. So obviously he can be ignored by Catholics and Englishmen.

Yup, and I'm sure nobody who was purely English ever used the courts or Parliament to get around English law or the expressed will of the people. English history could not possibly be chock full of examples of such a thing.


Haha, yes, so true.

Also, why do I get the feeling that if SHTF in Britain, it will be mostly the Eastern Europeans doing the actual fighting while the soft English will sit and discuss the finer points of imported cuisine that they will miss?

Oh wait - that's already happening. (Okay, that was a poke to the PRUTIY BRIGDESA. Brits are pretty tough blokes overall, they just have a ton of SJWs, similarly to the US.)

Anonymous Opus November 03, 2016 9:59 AM  

Three line whip.

Anonymous Dyskord November 03, 2016 10:00 AM  

@30 I was about to say that. I'm a Cape coloured South African, while I would believe quite a few of my people would be dumb enough to go Globalist, Socialist and full leftard I do think its quite disingenuous to lump us all together.
Our genetic admixture isn't uniform nor is it as homogeneous as most races. To be honest as a race we don't exist and wouldn't be recognized outside of South African borders. To illustrate my point my eldest two sisters one of my brother in laws and several cousins and friends would not only pass for white but have been classified as such when traveling.
I myself have been mistaken for Arabic, Mauri, Portuguese and Latino.
I stand with you VD I'd add a but but the most important thing to me right now is the preservation of the West. So while what you said gave me pause, I'll follow where you lead because somethings are bigger than the individual.

Anonymous Patron November 03, 2016 10:00 AM  

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3901170/The-three-judges-blocked-Brexit.html

Posting without comment.

Anonymous TJK November 03, 2016 10:03 AM  

It would be amusing to see the government appeal the decision to the European Court of Justice after the Supreme Court upholds it.

Blogger dc.sunsets November 03, 2016 10:06 AM  

When war comes, the outcome will inform us whether the die was already cast by the 20th century's World War, parts 1 & 2.

It remains an open question whether that two part conflagration already killed off too many of the carriers of the best Caucasian DNA to allow "whites" as a separate group to survive long term.

Lots of victims of knife fights survive long enough to make it to the ER only to succumb to wounds that were non-survivable at the outset.

Blogger S1AL November 03, 2016 10:08 AM  

"Tolkien was South African, Dutch, German, and Baptist. So obviously he can be ignored by Catholics and Englishmen."

I'm invoking Poe's Law.

Blogger DemonicProfessorEl November 03, 2016 10:14 AM  

dc.sunsets wrote:When war comes, the outcome will inform us whether the die was already cast by the 20th century's World War, parts 1 & 2.

It remains an open question whether that two part conflagration already killed off too many of the carriers of the best Caucasian DNA to allow "whites" as a separate group to survive long term.


Genetically speaking, I'd say we're pretty well recovered overall. It took less recoverty time for Eurpoe after the onslaught of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, where a lot of men died (in proportion to their population). Even the Thirty Years' War was demographically disastrous for the Germans...but by the 1690s they were fighting in all the French and Ottoman wars.

Heck, the Great Turkish War of the 1690s-1700s was fought forty years after 1/5 German men were rendered kaput. Granted, a lot of Slavic peoples fought against the Turk too, but still.

Also, the third-worlders are in a far worse situation genetically - low IQ, high-inbreeding, lots of mental and physical disabilities, high infant/child mortality even with modern medicine. If anything, I'd say it's the third world's last shot, not Europeans. Europe's genetic problems are mainly economic - the EU, US, etc. make it extremely difficult to breed and prosper.

Anonymous SAK November 03, 2016 10:17 AM  

@6 of course heads won't roll down the street.

Brits prefer rope and gibbet to that frogism the guillotine.

Oh, and note, I have seen an MP in the UK walking out of a train station to walk home. They are very soft targets.

It would be utter foolishness to not go along with Brexit for them. I believe they will.

But the ball is in their court.

Blogger Kryten 2X4B 523P November 03, 2016 10:19 AM  

Just found out about this, and to say Im fucking fuming is putting it mildly.A little too angry to really get my head around it at the moment, but Im really starting to think we need to clean house, permanently.

Blogger pyrrhus November 03, 2016 10:26 AM  

Full Andy Jackson is the way to go, since Parliament is itching to reverse the vote. May should also attack the hopelessly conflicted judges on this court.

Blogger Quadko November 03, 2016 10:33 AM  

The government is appealing.

Embarrassing spelling error for a newspaper, fixed it:
The government is appalling.

Blogger Student in Blue November 03, 2016 10:34 AM  

@Dyskord
I'm a Cape coloured South African, while I would believe quite a few of my people would be dumb enough to go Globalist, Socialist and full leftard I do think its quite disingenuous to lump us all together.

The point isn't that "all South Africans are the same", but rather whenever something globalist pushing, it's almost always a recent immigrant pushing for it.

Not only does one start seeing a pattern (immigrants pushing for no/reduced borders), but the fact that it's an obvious foreigner places a nice big target right on the immigrants for people who are really ticked. That's no good for people who prefer a peaceful resolution to things.

Blogger JaimeInTexas November 03, 2016 10:37 AM  

I do not the Constitutional process in England but how will the court enforce? Article 50 is triggered by whom? What law provides for arrest of that agent? Which charge?

Blogger Servant of the Chief November 03, 2016 11:04 AM  

A civil war in Britain in my lifetime, I never even remotely conceived of the possibility beyond a possible race war.

I wonder how the crown will fair this time around given the almost certainty the royal family favoured the Brexit. Though I'll doubt we'll get a solid answer before the bullets start flying.

Anonymous Jack Amok November 03, 2016 11:17 AM  

Perhaps the Brits won't be as savage as the French, and politicians heads won't actually be rolling in the streets,

Normans are ruthless and pissed-off Saxons have no remorse. English revolutions have been plenty savage in the past.

Anonymous fop November 03, 2016 11:34 AM  

Baron Thomas... Terence Etherton...Phillip Sales

Anglo-Saxons be dyscivilizational and shit.

Blogger JP November 03, 2016 11:42 AM  

Theresa May ought to go Andrew Jackson on the High Court, after repatriating Gina Miller to South Africa.

Sorry, we're full.

Blogger Unknown November 03, 2016 11:46 AM  

No no, got to one up that. Go Andrew Jackson on the High Court, with Queen Elizabeth standing next to her.

Anonymous BGKB November 03, 2016 11:48 AM  

You know one pro-Remain MP has already been killed, right?

How many will it take?

third-worlders are in a far worse situation genetically - low IQ, high-inbreeding, lots of mental and physical disabilities, high infant/child mortality even with modern medicine.

Exactly if not supported the 3rd world wouldn't last a winter in the first world.

Blogger dc.sunsets November 03, 2016 12:02 PM  

@48 good points.

If the folks predicting Solar Minimums for most of the rest of this century are correct, the Sun People are going to hit a Perfect Storm in cold climates.

Just as I have no interest in owning pestilence-saturated equatorial lands covered in insects 12 months a year, they may discover that conquering lands that freeze at least several months a year are just as unappetizing to them, especially when the Unlimited Resources subsidies evaporate with the credit bubble.

If cold does come, and crop production is disrupted, imagine what happens when the collapse of food export capabilities run headlong into the UN population forecast for literally billions of new African mouths to feed in coming decades....

Not to worry; we'll be told that it's African AIDS causing sub-Saharan Africans to drop dead by the hundreds of millions (as Thomas Malthus' ghost stalks that land.) I see no reason to expect Leftists to blame their own "generosity" in creating a Malthusian Catastrophe.

On-Topic-ish: How many Sun People will still want to live in the UK when the Thames is frozen over for ice skating?

Blogger Lovekraft November 03, 2016 12:05 PM  

This happened in Ontario about 15 years ago with gay marriage. The legislature refused it, only to have an end-run done by stacked committees and rogue judges. That is when I really knew I was on my own.

Blogger dc.sunsets November 03, 2016 12:46 PM  

This happened in Ontario about 15 years ago with gay marriage. The legislature refused it, only to have an end-run done by stacked committees and rogue judges. That is when I really knew I was on my own.

Yes, well Trump's campaign promise to appoint justices to the Supreme Court who can't find Roe v Wade in the text of the US Constitution completely freaks out the U.S. left.

Why?

They know that if the matter returns to the state legislatures, half the country will probably place significant limits on on-demand abortion, which their constituents would obviously prefer.

"The will of the people" matters to the Left only insofar as it parrots their dogma. Given that Leftist dogma today hews to the most depraved denominator, little of their program would pass any plebiscite.

As usual, Leftists project their own Tyrannical proclivities onto everyone who disagrees with them. But they are like zombies, in large enough numbers they will eat you alive.

Anonymous Down and Out in... November 03, 2016 12:47 PM  

"I'm sure a British revolution would be a very polite affair"

Millions of Irishmen over six-odd centuries, and the residents of Norfolk Island, would tend to disagree.

Anonymous BGKB November 03, 2016 1:37 PM  

Not to worry; we'll be told that it's African AIDS causing sub-Saharan Africans to drop dead by

DRUG resistant AIDS came to the US via African refugees, when it hits the bathhouses it will be the 80s all over again. There are gays that purposely get AIDS to get social security disability, but they need $2K-$5k worth of drugs a month to stay healthy.

Anonymous EH November 03, 2016 2:16 PM  

The MP who was killed was killed primarily over her complicity in the cover-up of Pakistani gangs raping and pimping out British schoolgirls and perhaps secondarily over her having been the head of Oxfam, an organization that conspired with other quangos against Whites in Britain and in Africa. Besides their pushing immigration and "diversity", they openly discriminate against Whites, particularly poor African Whites. The reuse of needles and syringes in African clinics funded by such organizations is primarily responsible for the African HIV epidemic, and there is never any oversight or reprimands for such intentional malpractice, despite it being widely known for over twenty years. This needle reuse is responsible for the 11% HIV infection rate among White South African children, double that of Black and Coloured children there.

But back on topic: May should take this opportunity to strengthen the power of the monarchy by having the Queen dismiss the judges responsible, perhaps disbar them, or for a real return of the Queen to power, declare them guilty of treason.

Blogger Bill Halsey November 03, 2016 3:19 PM  

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Blogger Bill Halsey November 03, 2016 3:23 PM  

"I'm sure a British revolution would be a very polite affair"

The first English civil war very bloody - 9 years long, a deep national trauma, divided the country and ended with Parliament ordering the king's execution by beheading. ( Charles 1st in 1651 )

Charles 1st's execution checked the royals appetite for ignoring Parliament and the royals desire for absolute rule or despotism (funny how that works) - but not totally.

The second English civil war "Glorious Revolution" in 1688 was comparatively civilised. The reigning monarch James II correctly figured he didn't have his troops or the country's loyalty, didn't have a chance, and so decided to leg it to France.
It was over very quickly with just a few skirmishes and far less loss of life

1688 finally wrung out any residual fantasies among the English royals for absolute monarchy.

Revolution version 3? Who knows?

But it's possible the royals may well be onboard with plebs against the globalists...

Blogger Shitlord Numéro Uno November 03, 2016 4:16 PM  

VD wrote:Civil war? I doubt it. We've seen the will of the people overturned by courts here in the US a number of times, and there were no consequence

You're right. Maybe they'll just kill a few MPs and the rest will see the wisdom of respecting the people's will.

You know one pro-Remain MP has already been killed, right?


A rich Indian gentleman I used to know told me, "You know what the problem is with the US? You don't kill politicians."

I have to imagine when the shit really hits the fan that this will change.

Blogger M Cephas November 03, 2016 5:03 PM  

"the legal action to deny the will of the British people was led by a mixed-race South African woman. That's not an accident; it is exactly why genetic nationalism is the only sound basis for a coherent and cohesive political system."

If it were led by an Englishman, would your view be any different?

At this point non-white ethnicities are being used as a scapegoat for everything wrong with European and North American countries by white nationalists. As if there haven't been mostly white politicians and leaders running those countries.

Was it non-whites that formed the EU, created the Federal Reserve, created the government programs immigrants tend to vote for, or started importing a mass of immigrants from the third world?

Though I agree that Great Britain should remain primarily British, Ireland primarily Irish, etc...and that immigration should probably be put to a stop for at least a half century. White nationalists point to non-whites whenever it suits them to take the blame for their own fuck ups.

Blogger Kona Commuter November 03, 2016 5:46 PM  

Damn we are living in interesting times.

If you're not taking any interest in "prepping" with all these warning signs you are, in my opinion, asking for trouble.

At the very least have a full pantry / cupboard and keep your cars in good working order (& fuel tanks never less than half full).

Anonymous TheBoom November 03, 2016 8:24 PM  

It is nonsense to say that there will be riots or rebellion over this. The only white people who in mass riot are on the left and they want world government and no borders so are happy with this ruling. Non-leftist whites for the most part simply shrug their shoulders, make an angry post or tweet then go about their business letting the government do to them anything it wants.

That is why it is so important that Trump wins. Otherwise it will be open hunting season on white dissidents in the US. Yeah, they can still comment on blogs like this but they will be pushed further and further from the mainstage at lest in the near term. In the longer term the right can have its own major social media platforms but by that time the country, which is already in the toilet, will be flushed down the drain.

Blogger dfordoom November 03, 2016 11:35 PM  

You have to bear in mind that Theresa May has pretty much nailed her colours to the mast on Brexit. She can't really back down. If she can't get Brexit through then she's finished politically. She'll have to resign. I wouldn't trust a politician who claims to be fighting for a principle but a politician fighting for political survival is another matter. They'll fight real hard for that.

If necessary she can call a general election. Even with the fixed term Act she can go to the Queen and say it's a constitutional crisis that can only be resolved by a general election. The Queen could hardly refuse. For a British monarch to reject the advice of her prime minister in such a situation would be unthinkable - it would trigger an even bigger constitutional crisis. Added to which the Queen is probably already sympathetic - the Queen does not want to be seen to be thwarting the will of the people.

May would win the election in a landslide and after that it would be pretty difficult for any Tory MP to defy her and vote against Brexit.

Blogger Tom Kratman November 04, 2016 8:36 AM  

Well...I don't know how the court went about its ruling, but if Brexit involves spending money, even for trivial crap like having a temporary duty budget for lodging and meals, distinct from existing budgets, then they may have a point. The people voted; May has her mandate...but if Parliament doesn't vote money for it, and money is needed, then it probably can't legally happen.

Blogger Tom Kratman November 04, 2016 8:38 AM  

"But it's possible the royals may well be onboard with plebs against the globalists..."

This has been the standard - nearly universal - model since monarchy began; the sovereign and the people united against the elites/aristocracy.

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