Wednesday, February 01, 2017

You can't break Brexit

Despite the shameless interference in the process of non-British people in forcing a parliamentary vote on the successful Leave referendum, Brexit is expected to proceed after tonight's vote:
MPs are poised for a landmark vote on Brexit that effectively makes the process irreversible. For the first time, the Commons will vote in principle on a law that gives the Prime Minister power to trigger Britain's exit from the EU.

Three votes will take place tonight, starting at 7pm. First MPs will vote on a wrecking amendment tabled by the SNP. It expected to be heavily defeated. The crucial vote is the second one at 7.15pm to give the new law a 'second reading'. It is expected to be carried by a landslide but with about 100 opponents. The third sets the time table for the rest of the bill's timetable - a relative formality.
Let Britannia rule herself again. The benefit of the delay is that, barring any last-minute shenanigans by the Conservative Party, with both a popular referendum and the British Parliament behind Brexit, the EU cannot pretend that Britain's exit and reclamation of national sovereignty is not the democratically expressed will of the people any longer.

Britain passed the point of no return in its historic battle to cut ties with Brussels tonight as MPs backed the Brexit Bill. The Commons endorsed the legislation by 498 votes to 114 after the government saw off a desperate bid by more than 100 Remoaners to block it.

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Blogger Dirtnapninja February 01, 2017 1:03 PM  

If the elites hadn't embarked on Operation: Vortigern to import ethnic Janissaries they'd still have their EU intact.

Anonymous Gen. Kong February 01, 2017 1:08 PM  

The EUSSR needs to be bound and staked though its heart, its mouth well-stuffed with garlic heads.

Blogger FUCK GOOGLE February 01, 2017 1:21 PM  

Great. Let's lock in the UK, then on to France and Italy next.

Anonymous BBGKB February 01, 2017 1:21 PM  

If the elite try tricks lets raise them over the citizens Vlad Tepes style.

Anonymous Fran February 01, 2017 1:23 PM  

Go Nigel...Go Geert...Go Marine...Go.ummm who do the Germans have?

Blogger Huxley Augustine February 01, 2017 1:24 PM  

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Blogger Huxley Augustine February 01, 2017 1:25 PM  


My original typo of the D bugged me.

Blogger lowercaseb February 01, 2017 1:27 PM  

Fran wrote:Go Nigel...Go Geert...Go Marine...Go.ummm who do the Germans have?

Frauke Petry of AfD

Blogger pyrrhus February 01, 2017 1:28 PM  

Theresa May has been showing some toughness and political smarts, except with respect to a certain small state in the ME.

Blogger Tom Kratman February 01, 2017 1:38 PM  

It should also provide the authority for the funding which was, I think, at the core of some of the legal / judicial obstacles the EUnuchs attempted to interpose.

Anonymous Gen. Kong February 01, 2017 1:39 PM  

pyrrhus wrote:Theresa May has been showing some toughness and political smarts, except with respect to a certain small state in the ME.

The non-existant lobby which cannot be named has tentacles as long as those of Llord Bankfein's arm (probably identical in length). The Bank of "England" is still there, counterfeiting away since the late 17th century. Take away their right to manufacture fake money and they won't be able to manufacture fake news, fake political opposition and much else with quite such ease, even as much as the lying is congenital. Bills of Attainder and Letters of Marque are a fine olde English tradition in serious need of polishing….

Anonymous Eduardo February 01, 2017 1:51 PM  

Hey Vox are we gonna see you pushing hard for ITAUSCITA in this year?

Any Campaign plans for that?

Blogger Rob February 01, 2017 1:55 PM  

I'm willing to bet a lot of money that the people who have been living in Britain since before Julius Caesar set foot on that island probably know what is best.

Anonymous Henry Havelock February 01, 2017 2:09 PM  

We're taking the European Union down with no survivors.

And Germany can foot the bill.



Would that toughness be when she said at PMQs today: "on the policy that President Trump has introduced, this Government are clear that it is wrong. We would not do it."?

Or perhaps "In six years as Home Secretary, I never introduced such a policy." Or maybe "we believe it is divisive and wrong!"

She's not /ourgirl/:

Blogger Alexander February 01, 2017 2:13 PM  

Theresa May must be treated like a useful idiot; she is the PM in the here and now, and the British nationalists must get as much utility out of her as they can, before ridding themselves of her when the opportunity presents itself.

Blogger tz February 01, 2017 2:14 PM  

Looking forward to Molyneux rendition of "Rule Britannia!" tonight.

Anonymous Henry Havelock February 01, 2017 2:17 PM  


Thank you. You are exactly right.

Not sure how useful she'll be. Idiot is not in dispute.

Blogger Cluebat Vanexodar February 01, 2017 2:24 PM

Space Exploration Vs. Feeding the Poor.
I sometimes read the articles here as they are well written and often thought-provoking. But many articles and most of the comments are smug displays of virtue signaling. As is this one. I wanted to present this opportunity to anyone who would like to weigh in on these pontificating pussies as they lament that the plan to go extra-terrestrial will probably not be socially just. And therefore we should not endeavor to save humanity.

Blogger Jed Mask February 01, 2017 2:25 PM  

Let Britannia rule herself again."

Yep, yep. #Brexit all the way. Amen!

~ Bro. Jed

Anonymous BBGKB February 01, 2017 2:39 PM  

Space Exploration Vs. Feeding the Poor.

You get more of what you invest in, if you invest in more science you get more science if you invest in more starving blacks you get more starving blacks like the Somalis in Minnesota despite them being on food stamps.

There is a book called "Whitey On The Moon" that explains it well. But here is a link to the authors page about the mule train protesting the moo launch.
"Even if you think the Apollo 11 (and subsequent moon missions) mission was only about "collecting moon rocks," it should be quite obvious now such a rock is worth far, far more than a house in 83 percent black Detroit."

The Kennedy's wanted a black guy to be the first on the moon but there were no good blacks to be found.

Anonymous VFM#1819 February 01, 2017 2:57 PM  

OT: left wing shills are trying to crash the Foxnews polls on the topic of Trump and immigration. Go let your clicks be heard...

Blogger Dave February 01, 2017 3:02 PM  

Congrats Brexiters, it passed 498 to 111.

Now get on with it.

Anonymous Opus February 01, 2017 3:36 PM  


and may I say when I think of my ancestors and what they suffered over the past two or three centuries I would have been utterly ashamed of myself had I voted to do anything other than Brexit.

Blogger tz February 01, 2017 3:48 PM  

OT, but as it seems to be a thread, on Space v.s. the poor.

The Poor are that way because the nations and culture are a specific way. They rob farmers and wonder why they don't grow food. They rob textile workers and wonder why there are no clothes (including "free t-shirts" donated by Americans). They inflate the fake, fiat currency, build megaprojects like huge water systems instead of small wells, and don't fight against cronyism.

I've often pointed out our constitution and the rest of our institutions are open-source. Any moral people can adopt them and prosper.

Japan, even with it's problems, prospered because they are in line with the natural law (or were - demographic suicide, monetary evils, and a few other things mean they might be the land of the setting sun).

South Africa and Rhodesia prospered with a white ruling class. They weren't oppressive in the ordinary sense, but didn't let quaint native customs get in the way (no more than bride burning was allowed by the British when they ruled India).

But to link back with the topic - Trump and Brexit are attempts to reassert the engine that drives the prosperity. WestCiv and Christendom.

Anecdote from someone who was from South Africa: Why are huts cylindrical? Because demons like corners. So the natives wouldn't move into modern apartments because they were square - had corners. Now maybe they could have built silo apartments, but it wouldn't have been efficient (though it would be a market solution). But you can't help epic fails when it is insisted upon.

England needs to be England (and let the Scots split if they want - allow another referendum). (Better a cute Angle than an obtuse one, or worse an obese one; explains Lewis' Bulverism since a cute Angle can also be obtuse).

Blogger kurt9 February 01, 2017 3:51 PM  

One benefit of the coming demise of the EU is the end of the global warming charade, which was always pushed by the European left and the EU mandarins.

All of the developing countries piled in only for the promise of technology transfer and preferential trade deals with the EU, and by extension, the US had we ratified the Paris treaty as well. The Paris Accord is essentially dead at this point.

Blogger Dave February 01, 2017 3:54 PM  

Historic moment for Britain as the Brexit Bill is PASSED by MPs despite desperate bid by more than 100 Remoaners to block Article 50 from being triggered

As I read that article I was WTH is a Remoaner? It's the state of journalism nowadays but it's kinda fitting.

Blogger kurt9 February 01, 2017 4:00 PM  

The French have their election in April and the Germans in September. There is a good chance the EU as a meaningful political entity could be gone by the end of this year.

Blogger Orville February 01, 2017 4:01 PM  

Hey Steve, don't forget the Old Negro Space Program documentary

Blogger Dave February 01, 2017 4:07 PM  

And the Netherlands in March

Blogger chrylis February 01, 2017 4:15 PM  

Can someone familiar with the Westminster system confirm whether I understand this correctly? Today's vote was on the "second reading", which means that it hasn't passed yet but that the MPs are on the record with their basic up/down votes, and with that much support the outcome isn't in question. Then there's a final vote early next week on the bill with any changes (which there won't be, since it's only two sentences long) to make it official.

Blogger Doom February 01, 2017 4:16 PM  

Glad to see it. You know, though, I keep thinking back to the ending(s) of the LotR trilogy. When I first read it, it exhausted me, again, and again, and again, more probably, maybe less? So it goes. I think he was more accurate, sometimes, than it seemed at my first, or even third reading, of that line of books. More so if the war is to be won correctly.

Okay, in some ways, that might be called getting tired of winning. Though, maybe not quite. Maybe just becoming exhausted, with the winning... Hmm... I would be exhausted either way, I suppose. I just wish it to be done. Though it was good to see them push Trumps nominees through. That... took some of the edge off, this adds to that as well. Trump's momentum, in general, is a great assist to staying light(er) on the feet. Then again, I think president Trump is helping Brexit. He was the final nail? All good.

Blogger David Power February 01, 2017 4:22 PM  

Just for the record, the result of tonight's vote on the the first reading of the Bill giving the Government the right to trigger article 50, was thus;

AYES 498 Noes 114

The ayes have it, the ayes have it.

First blood to PM May.

Blogger FUCK GOOGLE February 01, 2017 4:57 PM  

The USA is now in a race with the UK to see which country can uncuck itself first. Finish line is either mass deportations of leftists and/or free helicopter rides. Race war is an alternate win condition.

Over/under is USA by 2019.

Blogger pyrrhus February 01, 2017 4:58 PM  

I'm not tired of winning yet! Rule Britannia, and God save the Queen!

Anonymous Henry Havelock February 01, 2017 5:00 PM  


You've understood correctly. The attempt by the SNP to add a bunch of amendments was defeated so there is nothing to debate at Report and Committee stage. Which means the 3rd reading is a forgone conclusion. The bill then goes to the House of Lords where the process is repeated. And then it's either sent back to the Commons with amendments or is given Royal Assent and becomes law. We're still early in the process:

The big story of the night is that the Labour party is imploding. Corbyn's biggest ally and former companion on a stomach-churning romantic motorbike tour of East Germany, Diane Abbott, abstained from the vote. UKIP are now evens with all the big bookies to win the Stoke-on-Trent Central byelection.

Anonymous Henry Havelock February 01, 2017 5:03 PM  


Not fair, you guys have a massive head start.

Think of Brexit like this: it's as if Trump won the election but you woke up to find Paul Ryan in the White House. And he's wearing a dress and an unconvincing wig. And chanting the call to prayer.

Uncuckening is happening though, whether the BBC like it or not.

Blogger Orville February 01, 2017 5:09 PM  

Maybe Nigel and Ms. May can give the Beeb the CNN treatment. Or does the Beeb hold an absolute lock on the media over there?

Anonymous Henry Havelock February 01, 2017 5:20 PM  


It's state funded by a tax on television ownership. If you own a tv you have to pay an annual £120-ish fee for a television license. I don't know the price because I don't own one.

The Beeb is a beloved national institution but it's largely resting on its laurels. It does still produce some great stuff but has become almost 100% SJW converged. You have to declare allegiance to vibrancy and diversity just to submit your CV.

The media landscape is pretty fractured. The tabloid papers are famously combative and generally right or left populist. The broadsheets have all become pretty pozzed and are in various stages of terminal decline in quality and readership.

Television news is complete garbage. There's a big gap in the market for a British alt media player. But there's a problem in that May as Home Sec introduced draconian and confusing press regulation and hate speech laws.

Blogger BigFire February 01, 2017 5:47 PM  

Have no fear, the remainors will sue the Article 50 vote, and then take it up to Euro Court.

Blogger Robert What? February 01, 2017 6:11 PM  

When the vote happened I was betting the Brexit would be somehow submarined by the Globalists. I am glad I was wrong. We drink Globalists' tears.

Blogger Lazarus February 01, 2017 7:35 PM  

BigFire wrote:Have no fear, the remainors will sue the Article 50 vote, and then take it up to Euro Court.

Won't matter. Elvis has left the building.

Blogger James Dixon February 01, 2017 9:55 PM  

Well this seems called for:

Blogger Abyssus Invocat February 01, 2017 10:18 PM  

Frauke Petry and the AfD.

Anonymous RabidRatel February 02, 2017 1:21 AM  

Tom Kratman wrote:EUnuchs

Best ever!

Gen. Kong wrote:Bills of Attainder and Letters of Marque are a fine olde English tradition in serious need of polishing….

I am seeing the revival of a fine old industry coming up here.Between Letters of Mark, LtC Kratman's Crucifiction Crusade and BBBGKB's garroting programme, life could get interesting for some people.

Gen. Kong wrote:The Bank of "England" is still there, counterfeiting away since the late 17th century

That is something that needs to be taken care of before the end of this revolution. All central / federal / reserve banks need to be razed to the ground, the bankers elevated above the common people (either Vlad Tepe or LtC Kratman style, it doesn't matter to me) and their accomplices executed for treason. Thereafter some for of inoculation against these pests need to be devised.

Cluebat Vanexodar wrote:Space Exploration Vs. Feeding the Poor.

Teach a man to fish...
I was talking to a (black) colleague about this exact thing this morning. Giving Aid to Africa have caused more damage than anything else done to Africa - please stop! South Africa and Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) used to be the breadbaskets of Africa, now they are just basket cases. I concur with BBGKB - BBGKB wrote:Space Exploration Vs. Feeding the Poor.

You get more of what you invest in, if you invest in more science you get more science if you invest in more starving blacks you get more starving blacks like the Somalis in Minnesota despite them being on food stamps.

There are easier and better ways of getting into space, but it will need the political will to bring it about - the engineering has been done in the fifties. Once asteroids gets mined, South Africa can go back to doing what it is good at - farming.

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