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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Brexit betrayal goes down to defeat

The ever-treasonous Theresa May's fake Brexit deal went down to historic defeat.
Theresa May suffered an historic landslide defeat in the Commons tonight, losing her Brexit deal by 432 to 202 - a huge majority of 230. She suffered a rebellion of 118 of her MPs - with the group including a raft of former ministers. Tom Pursglove and Eddie Hughes quit as ministerial aides tonight to join the rebels.

It was the biggest Tory rebellion for decades - worse than anything faced by David Cameron, John Major or Margaret Thatcher. The revolt includes more than a third of her entire 317-strong party and was led by ringleaders Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg.
What May should do is resign now and allow a strong Brexiteer lead Great Britain into a no-deal Brexit. But the EU is trying to sell the idea of a false dichotomy between the rejection of a fake deal and a nonexistent rejection of the referendum.

The EU was built upon the practice of making countries vote until they reached a result that the EU wanted, so this is the exact opposite of a surprise.
The EU has hinted that Brexit should be cancelled after Theresa May's deal was voted down in the biggest defeat suffered by a Prime Minister in over 100 years. EU Council President Donald Tusk suggested if MPs cannot agree a deal and don't want to crash out without one, they should consider reversing the historic vote.

While EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned that 'time is almost up' as he announced no deal planning will be ramped up in the wake of the defeat.

He made a dash back to Brussels for emergency Brexit meetings as the deal was voted down by 432 votes to 202 - meaning a staggering 230 MPs voted against her.

Mr Tusk said: 'If a deal is impossible, and no one wants no deal, then who will finally have the courage to say what the only positive solution is?'
The truth is that many Brits want a no-deal Brexit, because it will save them billions of dollars. It was the second-most popular option in a recent poll. No one gives a damn about clarity. The important thing is to get out of the EU and reclaim British sovereignty. Everything else can be sorted from there.

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Blogger Johnny January 15, 2019 6:57 PM  

There are people in this world that you can not make a deal with, either because they will not make an accommodation or because they are fundamentally dishonest. It would seem that is the character of the EU leadership. The Brits need to screw the deal idea. Leave or stay, up or down.

And on balance the whole thing is falling apart on its own. And better that it does given the incremental oppression they are trying to put in place. Wait a while and it might be active combat.

Blogger James Dixon January 15, 2019 7:00 PM  

> The EU has hinted that Brexit should be cancelled after Theresa May's deal was voted down in the biggest defeat suffered by a Prime Minister in over 100 years.

Little do they realize how much this statement will irritate British voters.

Their own arrogance is what will ensure a no deal exit.

Blogger cecilhenry January 15, 2019 7:01 PM  

It shouldn't be a surprise that May is the fly in the ointment.

She campaigned against Brexit.

Then the party, and the MSM, thinks its legitimate for her to be leading the negotiations. Its beyond absurd.


This is 'democracy'. The fox negotiates the future of the chickens.

Blogger MagisterLudi January 15, 2019 7:06 PM  

The horse manure coming from the EU's mouth. "they should consider reversing the historic vote"

That's now 2 historic votes. Enough clowning around. Make the exit.

Blogger pyrrhus January 15, 2019 7:07 PM  

A no-deal Brexit will save Britons tens of billions of dollars, and all kinds of problems with immigration and various scams the EU favors.Also, then the UK can get a good trade deal with the US and other countries without needing EU approval, which would never be granted.

Blogger pyrrhus January 15, 2019 7:09 PM  

And Ireland's resulting trade problems, since 50% of its trade is with the UK, are no affair of Britain's....The Irish are also led by pro-immigration, bank bailout traitors...Time for them to do something about that....

Blogger Megamerc January 15, 2019 7:15 PM  

March 29th cannot come soon enough.

Blogger Rule of Wrist January 15, 2019 7:48 PM  

This is a step in the right direction, we'll see if the EU is successful in stalling past the March deadline or pulling some other kind chicanery between now and then.

Once Brexit is done, they can hopefully get to the business of cleansing London, but I'm not holding my breath on that one.

Blogger Emmanuel January 15, 2019 7:50 PM  

@7

Why don't you go tell your (((Masters))) to go jump off a cliff into a gas chamber?

Blogger Steve January 15, 2019 7:50 PM  

the deal was voted down by 432 votes to 202 - meaning a staggering 230 MPs voted against her

I'm not a mathmagician or nothing, but I reckon this means 432 MP's voted against her.

Irregardless, this is great news. Fake Brexit has been defeated (for now, they'll try again), but the clock is ticking and the closer we get to March 29th without a stitch-up, the harder the political establishment will find it to agree on how exactly they're going to betray us.

If we're very lucky, we'll "crash out" of the EU by default.

Fake Brexit was always the biggest danger though. Despite their increasingly shrill rhetoric, few Remainers in power have the nerve to blatantly cancel the referendum result.

Their hope was that they could blackpill Leavers into accepting a Brexit In Name Only agreement, which would allow the Remain establishment to seamlessly sign us back up to full-blown EU a few years down the line, pretending that we tried leaving the EU and it didn't work.

With that looking untenable now, Remain is stuck with worse options:

* Delay - which would be widely unpopular and might not be possible

* Rerun the referendum - see above

* Cancel Brexit - which would create a crisis of legitimacy we haven't seen since Oliver Cromwell

The last 3 years have been incredibly instructive for Brits. We've learned how contemptuous our elected officials are of public opinion, how brazenly the media lies for its pet causes, and that big business is - contrary to stale right wing talking points dating back to the Thatcher era - actually our enemy.

For normal people who don't pay much attention to politics, these are startling revelations. As is the fact that we had an election just over a year ago and the vast majority of MP's were elected on solemn manifesto promises to implement Brexit, yet are now accusing the general public of being "extremists" for expecting them to fulfil those promises.

A realignment needs to take place, but it's going to be messy, confusing and raucous in the meantime.

Blogger Arthur Isaac January 15, 2019 7:50 PM  

The conclusion is the same over and over again. It's going to be a shooting war.

Germany is openly acknowledging that the neo-Stasi is inestigating the AfD. They obviously fire-bombed and beat themselves into coma.

Blogger Chuck January 15, 2019 7:54 PM  

The exact opposite of a surprise. hehe

Blogger English Tom January 15, 2019 8:01 PM  

I voted for hard Brexit. The sooner we leave the abomination called the EU the better.

@Steve

Good analysis. Yes we can see with extreme clarity that the political and media and big business networks actively work against our interests. People call it democracy I call it conocracy.

Blogger Leahn Novash January 15, 2019 8:06 PM  

I don't think they will allow it to crash out. They are already pushing the narrative that nobody wants it. I think that if they don't manage a deal before the deadline they will pull some shenanigans and either go with a deal forcefully or push the deadline forward forever.

Blogger weka January 15, 2019 8:13 PM  

Leandro, you underestimate just how much the British chattering class is hated.

Outside London and Oxbridge.

A fair number of the English want to see Brussels burn. Kiwis included.

Blogger Robert Buchanan January 15, 2019 8:27 PM  

> What May should do is resign now and allow a strong Brexiteer lead Great Britain into a no-deal Brexit.

That's incontestable. I may be wrong, but I doubt that she will. May isn't attractive, adroit or especially bright, but feminine vanity must somewhere inhere and somehow manifest.

Blogger Steve January 15, 2019 8:36 PM  

Thank you Tom.

Leandro says: I don't think they will allow it to crash out. They are already pushing the narrative that nobody wants it. I think that if they don't manage a deal before the deadline they will pull some shenanigans and either go with a deal forcefully or push the deadline forward forever.

I think if there's one lesson we should draw from the Trump era (and indeed from the Brexit referendum itself, which the perennially depressed loser faction of the Right said we'd never win), it is this:

Blackpilling is gay.

I don't mean homosexual, although it is that, too. Blackpilling is gay in the same way that being an atheist or a vegan or Jeb Bush is gay. It's just sad and weak and self-defeating, and probably still gets bullied at high school reunions.

Irrational optimism is the secret sauce that winners are made of. Doesn't mean you'll win them all, but you're more likely to win with confidence than you are with fear.

So, we could all be gay and decide that all is lost before anything actually happens and They - or (((THEY))) - are the masters of the universe so why not listen to Radiohead while crying and masturbating?

Or... we could be more like Trump, and face the world with a cheeky smirk and a big thumbs up.

As to the specifics of Leandro's lament: sure, the political elite is desperate to thwart Brexit somehow. That's what they've spent the last 3 years trying to achieve.

And guess what? So far, they've failed. Failed utterly. Failed as badly as Phil Sandifer at heterosexual sex.

Because THEY aren't actually the Illuminati from Deus Ex. IRL they're a bunch of mediocre urban bugmen who'd be sex slaves to a cannibal biker gang within a week if things all went Mad Max.

And THEY don't all agree with each other. There's competing factions of THEM, and so far the Corbynite Raving Monster Socialist faction has no reason at all to prop up the government. The EU has its own (multiple) agendas too, something the dopier Remainers seem to forget when they talk about deferring Article 50.

So, yarp. A grand stitch-up remains (geddit?) a real possibility. There's not much we can do about that at the moment. But we can choose to be not-gay.

So not-gay that instead of worrying like old women, we enjoy the ride, mock our enemies, and trust in God.

Blogger tz January 15, 2019 8:43 PM  

Meanwhile, the Sons of Odin are getting restless about Muslim grooming gangs.

Blogger Arthur Isaac January 15, 2019 8:53 PM  

"Irrational optimism is the secret sauce that winners are made of. Doesn't mean you'll win them all, but you're more likely to win with confidence than you are with fear."

Irrational optimism is too easily attributable to post-modern recklessness in my book. Having three more days on the river and no more days of food doesn't yield to this type of irrationality and being cold and hungry for three days isn't winning even when it's survivable. Managing realistic expectations and overcoming despair bears a lot of fruit though. Earnest Shacklford not losing a single man from the Endurance wasn't the former, it was the latter. That's where I want to be in what is coming next.

Blogger VD January 15, 2019 8:53 PM  

I don't think they will allow it to crash out.

They don't have a choice.

Blogger Arthur Isaac January 15, 2019 8:57 PM  

I would add that "irrational optimism" is what got a lot of that crew killed in WWI.

Blogger Rhys January 15, 2019 9:06 PM  

In general one has to always keep this law close to your heart: the number one thing they want you to do, the biggest thing that they are banking on, is us giving up. The only way they can truly win is if we all stop fighting - they are smart enough to know that if we just keep up pressure, they will eventually fall apart. They would give anything to make that pressure disappear.

Blogger Johnny January 15, 2019 9:40 PM  

Optimism is what you want in the crew, along with a realistic captain so he doesn't get them all killed needlessly.

Blogger Joe Smith January 15, 2019 9:47 PM  

I agree May should resign. That is, if she had an ounce of self respect or concern for her countrymen in her. But she doesn't. She'll have to be forced out, and hopefully that happens. Otherwise, I'm sure she's willing to try and ram another garbage Brexit "deal" down the collective British gullet. Maybe Mog or Boris would actually try to get a real deal or, better yet, just let the UK crash out of the USS... er, I mean, the EU.

Blogger tdcommenter January 15, 2019 9:53 PM  

Considering how awful May's Brexit compromises and the 30B sterling extortion sound, it's a rational choice to break out & negotiate from a stronger position from the outside.

Blogger CS January 15, 2019 9:58 PM  

"But the EU is trying to sell the idea of a false dichotomy between the rejection of a fake deal and a nonexistent rejection of the referendum."

If they pursue that scheme, the reaction will surely make Les Gilets Jaunes look like The Friends of the French Government. Or if it does not, then the Brits might as well close their "Mother of Parliaments" for good and hand over the reigns of power to the UN or a committee of bankers.

Blogger Franz Lyonheart January 15, 2019 9:58 PM  

and no one wants no deal, ...
The truth is that many Brits want a no-deal Brexit


As the Dread Ilk know, I work in London investment bank. It's a lie that the City fears Brexit. We can deal with anything...., personally the majority of ENGLISH bankers (I'm not, I'm German) want "no Deal". (I do too, plus Dexit on top please!).

Blogger Johnny January 15, 2019 9:59 PM  

My take is that the EU isn't negotiating in good faith right now. They are just throwing up awful deals to keep it from happening. Thus real discussion on true, viable alternatives will not happen until Britain is out of it.

Something that the appeasers don't get is that insisting on a negotiated settlement sets you up to lose because they will use that insistence against you. Unless your situation is really untenable, don't go into it begging for an agreement.

Blogger KPKinSunnyPhiladelpia January 15, 2019 10:12 PM  

Johnny wrote:There are people in this world that you can not make a deal with, either because they will not make an accommodation or because they are fundamentally dishonest. It would seem that is the character of the EU leadership. The Brits need to screw the deal idea. Leave or stay, up or down.

And on balance the whole thing is falling apart on its own. And better that it does given the incremental oppression they are trying to put in place. Wait a while and it might be active combat.


The reason the EU doesn't want a deal is that if Britain leaves, the cracks in the EU foundation get wider and wider.

If Britain can leave, why not France? The Netherlands?

Then the whole project starts to unravel.

It was ALWAYS in the EU's interest to make it as hard a possible for Britain to leave, and they had May as an accomplice, likely a willing one. She was never serious about negoatiating a deal

And she made incredible negotiation mistakes, either purposefully of ignorantly--and it's hard to know which is worse.

However, let's not be naive -- hard Brexit WILL be disruptive, and the EU can make it more disruptive. Of course, if they make it more disruptive, that will be further evidecne, if any were needed, that the EU is soft totatliarian unaccountable federation that acts in its own perverse interests.

Blogger Emmanuel January 15, 2019 10:29 PM  

@17

"Because THEY aren't actually the Illuminati from Deus Ex. IRL they're a bunch of mediocre urban bugmen who'd be sex slaves to a cannibal biker gang within a week if things all went Mad Max."

Except for maybe the Rothschilds and Rockefellers and Vanderbilts and Warburgs... maybe. Even if they were hyper competent, though, it's hard to be an evil mastermind when your henchmen are so bumbling.

Blogger Long Live The West January 15, 2019 10:40 PM  

This was always their goal. To make it seem like Brexit was too big of a hassle to pull off. The people of Britain need to keep the pressure on their government and make it clear that they want OUT.

Blogger John Best. January 15, 2019 10:58 PM  

I don't think the goal was ever to stop Brexit or pass this May deal. The goal was to play for time and bog the nationalists down Brexit. Replying the same thing over and over again, so our forces can move to destroy the globalists further. The EU never mattered, what matters is the globalists within Britain. They were defeated and they can't allow the nationalists to move onto other issues. So they got the other globalists in Farage, Rees-Mogg and Johnson to keep the Brexit thing going, along with the media. They did what they always do, they tag teamed the nationalists. The only people to see through it were the DUP having had many negotiations with the globalists over the decades, they understand how to break them. What was a surprise to me is the Conservative manipulated opposition tried to get rid of May, this was forced by the pressure of the DUP. Which has now limited what the globalists can do.

Blogger Garuna January 15, 2019 11:31 PM  

This disgraceful woman is never going to resign is she? She's not even trying to hide that she's controlled opposition.

Once Brexit is done, they can hopefully get to the business of cleansing London, but I'm not holding my breath on that one.

If the London's Muslim problem continues to worsen, which it will, the generations after Z are going to be remorseless killers. It's inevitable.

Europe will be restored. Because their national identity is intact unlike America.

Blogger Garuna January 15, 2019 11:32 PM  

*national identites are intact

Blogger My 1 millionth internet profile January 16, 2019 1:20 AM  

Since we're on the subject on the perils of female leadership, meet the Cuban-born "former refugee" under whose direction the nation's largest utility company cost 22 people their lives and over 15,000 people their homes.

https://infogalactic.com/info/Geisha_Williams

https://www.apnews.com/5e70c4c99a044c4192d7ee52e38330f2

Blogger P Glenrothes January 16, 2019 1:46 AM  

Kingdoms dressed up as democracies, debt passed off as wealth, fascism disguised as rule of law, no wonder revolution is a thing.

Blogger bobby January 16, 2019 1:48 AM  

"My take is that the EU isn't negotiating in good faith right now. They are just throwing up awful deals to keep it from happening."

Sort of. They can't offer much more. The very best deal they can offer GB is what they can afford to offer all of the other breakaway EU countries at once when they demand the same deal as GB gets.

Any offer to GB that's much better than the one on the table is going to be the EU-breaker, because they're going to have to give the same deal to a bunch of countries. It's more in the EU's interest to do a no-deal Brexit, because then they won't have to match a deal with anyone else.

Blogger Jew613 January 16, 2019 2:16 AM  

I like Yoram Hazony's response to Donald Tusk:

"I do, Donald Tusk. I have the courage finally to say what the only positive solution is. It’s for the peoples of Europe to dissolve the office you hold and those of your comrades, so you can torment Britain with your adolescent derision and your grasping empire-mongering no more."

Blogger Jack Amok January 16, 2019 2:50 AM  

I was appalled at the last "deal" I saw from May. It kept England under EU rules for two years without an representation in the bodies making the rules. On top of the huge extortion payment. Even suggesting that deal five hundred years ago would've at least meant a long stint in the Tower, if not some gruesome death by torture for treason.

Blogger mike January 16, 2019 4:33 AM  

Tusk is such a slime ball, he's absolutely gamma, he will say whatever they ask him to say eu is lucky he can't do shit otherwise he would be a big pain in the ass bigger than junicker he has no shame on steroids.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 5:51 AM  

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Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 5:51 AM  


English heads of state have had rivals executed, so killing one for treason shouldn't be considered beyond the pale as it apparently is here in the U.s.

I can't think of a single British/English/Norman/German sitting on a throne in England who literally attempted, doggedly and persistently, to sell out his/her country.

The closest I can see, although it's rather the exact opposite, was King Edward being driven from the throne and deposed for wanting to keep England OUT of WW2. Some Lord Rothschild or another probably had a LOT to do with that.

In any event, putting Theresa May in the Tower of London, as her final residence, would not be without precedent in British history.

Since Parliament apparently IS listening to the British Public, and even cabinet ministers, I suggest that the British public start demanding Theresa May's head on a platter, or her body dangling from a rope.

This will create synergistic strength with the French Yellow Vests (emboldening them to take on Macron personally, not just politically), which, in turn, will strengthen the position of the British public against the pedophile-riddled government ruling over you.

So, when are the British going to give May her just deserts?

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 5:55 AM  

"The EU has hinted that Brexit should be cancelled after Theresa May's deal was voted down in the biggest defeat suffered by a Prime Minister in over 100 years."

I'm willing to bet that, if, at EU insistence, ANOTHER Brexit/Remain vote were taken before the end of the month, Brexit would win by a significantly larger margin than the first time.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 6:15 AM  

@16

"
That's incontestable. I may be wrong, but I doubt that she will. May isn't attractive, adroit or especially bright, but feminine vanity must somewhere inhere and somehow manifest."

That would be the struggle for a woman to give up power voluntarily, as opposed to fighting it with her last dying breath.

When it comes to women in politics, Thatcher was a rare exception(*), not the rule.

(*) both competent and loyal, and when defeated, she didn't attempt to cling to power as if leaving office were the same as heading to an execution chamber.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 6:17 AM  

@17

"
Because THEY aren't actually the Illuminati from Deus Ex. IRL they're a bunch of mediocre urban bugmen who'd be sex slaves to a cannibal biker gang within a week if things all went Mad Max."

Now THERE'S A SOLUTION.

Blogger phunktor January 16, 2019 6:25 AM  

Time to dig up some Beeobachter Zeitung archives and doing some Rectification of (((Names))). “Them” is just clumsy! I Shoah am tired of this sh.t! It’s twue, it’s twue!

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 6:29 AM  

@24

"I agree May should resign. That is, if she had an ounce of self respect or concern for her countrymen in her. But she doesn't. She'll have to be forced out, and hopefully that happens. "

...and then handcuffed, and dragged out, kicking and screaming.

Because very few women will admit that they lost and voluntarily give up power once they hit that level. In fact, other than Thatcher, I can't think of a single female national leader anywhere around the planet who left office alive. Look at that crook Bhutto. She wasn't satisfied with a few $BILLION in a Swiss Bank account.... they had to blow up her limo to get rid of her.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 6:34 AM  

@27

"(I do too, plus Dexit on top please!). "

If Germany leaves the UE, the entire EU will dissolve within 24 hours, just like when Yeltsin pulled Russia out of the USSR.

Just as the USSR was, the de facto Russian Empire (under Communist Party rule), so also is the EU just the de facto German Empire, and a fulfillment of Hitler's dreams(*), but with more (((bankers))) rather than bankers.


(*) and Napoleon's too

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 6:36 AM  

@28

"Something that the appeasers don't get is that insisting on a negotiated settlement sets you up to lose because they will use that insistence against you. Unless your situation is really untenable, don't go into it begging for an agreement. "

Which is precisely why I never trusted ANY Democrats during the Cold War. Their insistence that SOME deal.. ANY deal with the commies, regardless of how stupid, was the measure of success, was so ridiculous that I could see the blatant flaw even as a 10-year old boy.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 6:43 AM  

@33

"This disgraceful woman is never going to resign is she? She's not even trying to hide that she's controlled opposition."

Controlled women literally can't help but advertise that fact, as if it were an engagement ring, demonstrating that, at last, SOMEONE finds her worthy of being housed, clothed, and fed, at that guy's expense, rather than having to earn her own keep and fend off the world on her own.

A woman LITERALLY cannot distinguish between the being genuinely loved, and being viewed a useful pawn who will be thrown away, with disgust, the moment her usefulness is over.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 6:46 AM  

YOu see, in May's mind, it's like this:

"Seeeee, the UBER-POWERFUL PEOPLE, THEY ALL LIKE *ME*, and they DON'T like you, you little peons. And I'm going to make sure I wave and waggle that fact in your face every single damned day until I die. Because I'm BETTER THAN YOU ARE, and don't you ever forget it!"

Blogger rumpole5 January 16, 2019 6:52 AM  

There are only a few non Anglosphere countries that are not totally nutters in some way or other, if not outright hellholes. The Anglosphere countries should simply form our own associstion for trading and mutal assistance and tell the rest of the world to fuck off. They are just a damned nusiance at best.

Blogger Slippin JImmy January 16, 2019 7:02 AM  

The loudest proponents of a "No-Deal" Brexit are usually those with no skin in the game.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 7:05 AM  

@Slippin Jimmy

Many of their 8-14 year old daughters have more skin in the game, and unwillingly at that, than your entire family.

Blogger Slippin JImmy January 16, 2019 7:45 AM  

May is going to stay. All the vote last night showed, was what Parliament DIDN'T want. And they don't all want what they don't all want for different reasons. The Remoaners don't want any Brexit so they're hoping to force us somehow to stay in the EU. The hard core Brexiteers want a No-Deal Brexit because it appeals to all their prejudices and ideological beliefs ("We'll be free to cut a trade deal with China because nobody ever lost money trading with the Chinese!!!"), and Jeremy Corbyn wants both a general election, and a No-Deal Brexit, because both are essential for his plan to nationalize vast swathes of the economy. With the exceptiion of Corbyn, these groups disagree with each other more than they disagree with the Prime Minister.

She's going to hang on because there's nobody who opposes her who can command the confidence of the House, and she's the only person with an actual plan. In the end, some of those opposed to her may fold and vote for her plan, or we are going to get a No-Deal Brexit in which case those who opposed her are going to wear the consequences of their vote for better or for worse.

Blogger Slippin JImmy January 16, 2019 7:48 AM  

@54

Pakistan isn't part of the EU. Leaving the EU isn't going to stop the rape gangs.

Blogger SciVo January 16, 2019 8:11 AM  

rumpole5 wrote:There are only a few non Anglosphere countries that are not totally nutters in some way or other, if not outright hellholes. The Anglosphere countries should simply form our own associstion for trading and mutal assistance and tell the rest of the world to fuck off. They are just a damned nusiance at best.

You're not entirely wrong; the Five Eyes used to be our most trustworthy buds. But thanks to the principal-agent problem, they're now our worst enemies, conspiring with our own covert agencies to try to dictate to us instead of serving us. The people of the Anglosphere are great, but their technocrats are a bunch of unforgivably evil rat bastards.

Blogger Daniele Grech Pereira January 16, 2019 8:21 AM  

Stop calling it "GREAT Britian". It's just "Britian" now. For now.

Blogger Slippin JImmy January 16, 2019 8:26 AM  

@58

Great Britain is the name of an Island. Hence The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 10:23 AM  

@56

"
Pakistan isn't part of the EU. Leaving the EU isn't going to stop the rape gangs.'

And Pakis aren't the only source of rape gangs.

Sweden and Finland don't have massive amounts of Pakis, but they sure do have rape gangs, all due to free-pass through the EU due to the EU's Schengen Treaty.

Blogger Dirk Manly January 16, 2019 10:51 AM  

@59

"
Great Britain is the name of an Island. Hence The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland."

The name of the island is Britain.

Blogger Rex Leroy King January 16, 2019 12:28 PM  

Dirk, try to stop double-posting. It's rude.

Blogger VD January 16, 2019 12:43 PM  

Dirk, you're now on the official Five Comments per Post list. Please stop trying to monopolize the comments.

Blogger Katusov January 16, 2019 12:56 PM  

It would not be a surprise to see May and others in power sabotage the economy in the event of a hard Brexit. To get the common man and women to beg to re-enter the EU to get back to "the good old days". Such is the treachery of the elite when dealing with the people.

Blogger weka January 16, 2019 2:55 PM  

May survives the vote of no confidence. By 13 votes

Blogger Robert Buchanan January 16, 2019 7:21 PM  

Dirk Manly wrote:@24...other than Thatcher, I can't think of a single female national leader anywhere around the planet who left office alive.


I'm hardly a fan, but admittedly, Sigurðardóttir's retirement was quietly graceful. Natheless, I coincide that she's an exception to the clamant, corrupt distaff rule.

Blogger Derrick Bonsell January 17, 2019 5:44 PM  

I'd rather the Tories spend some time in the Opposition and cut out all the dead weight in that party. Generally good Tories will get caught up by the Labour wave but sometimes that's the price you need to pay. Anything is better than May's fecklessness.

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