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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Brexit means Brexit

The push for a re-vote on staying in the EU is voted down by the British Parliament:
MPs tonight voted against a second referendum on Brexit for the first time as Remain MPs prepare to seize control of the agenda to push Britain to a soft Brexit.

A proposal by the Independent Group to demand a new public vote on Brexit has failed after Labour and even the official People's Vote campaign deserted the move.

The bid for a second referendum was crushed 334 to 85 in a blow to the hopes of campaigners who want a new vote.
Apparently no MP is eager to face the voters after telling them they have to vote until they vote for rule by Brussels.

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31 Comments:

Blogger DJT March 14, 2019 1:51 PM  

So far none of these votes have the force of law. No deal is the best deal, and May needs to keep slow walking until March 29.

Or the Queen needs to suspend parliament before they do fatal damage.

Blogger pyrrhus March 14, 2019 1:58 PM  

The article says that May will ask for an extension from the EU next week (which she probably won't get before March 29 if at all) but I don't see the votes to agree to that...I'm assuming that she can't unilaterally agree to an extension.

Blogger Chad Thundercockovich March 14, 2019 2:18 PM  

Onward Christian soldiers!

Blogger sykes.1 March 14, 2019 2:34 PM  

Following that vote, the MP's did vote to ask the EU for an extension. Apparently, an extension would require approval of all 27 EU members. There must be one or two, like France and Germany, who would want the UK out of the EU. If they do nothing, the hard exit happens.

Blogger sykes.1 March 14, 2019 2:35 PM  

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Blogger Haxo Angmark March 14, 2019 2:39 PM  

"soft Brexit"

=

no Brexit.


"extension"

=

no Brexit.

Blogger James Dixon March 14, 2019 2:43 PM  

> There must be one or two, like France and Germany, who would want the UK out of the EU. If they do nothing, the hard exit happen.

I'd guess more than one or two, but it only takes one. Any extension has to be approved unanimously. Which is why I'd still bet on a hard Brexit come March 29.

Blogger seeingsights March 14, 2019 2:44 PM  

I have a good feeling about this--a Brexit on WTO rules is going to happen.

A further unwind of the EU Empire!

Blogger gunner451 March 14, 2019 2:46 PM  

No hope for the west, all the elites are hopelessly sold out so don't see this ending well at all. Eventually something is going to break and you'll (hopefully) get another Oliver Cromwell coming in to take over. Or not as the native population is hopeless self hating and will probably chose to die at the hands of foreign invaders rather than be though of as "bad" people.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener March 14, 2019 2:50 PM  

There's hope as long as we continue to resist. And it looks like Trump may finally be getting control of the DOJ, too - they're finally charging the Somalis who were arrested last August in New Mexico for instructing kids how to commit school shootings.

Blogger ZhukovG March 14, 2019 3:00 PM  

@gunner451: The European Nations will be standing strong when the United States is in ruins.

Ad Victoriam, Deo Vindice, Ave Imperator Trump!

Blogger David March 14, 2019 3:08 PM  

There will be no 'no deal' exit from the EU, our treacherous parliament is dead set against it. I fear a long delay now, with Brexit being kicked into the long grass.

Blogger Derrick Bonsell March 14, 2019 3:08 PM  

Wait, Labour backed down from a referendum that even Commie Corbyn was willing to support, just as the likelihood of it supporting Remain became certain?

Blogger pyrrhus March 14, 2019 3:11 PM  

@4 If France and Germany really want the UK markets closed to them, it will be a classic case of the death wish in government, and will bring down their governments.

Blogger Steve March 14, 2019 3:11 PM  

as Remain MPs prepare to seize control of the agenda to push Britain to a soft Brexit.

That one failed too.

There must be one or two, like France and Germany, who would want the UK out of the EU.

Probably not France or Germany (major nodes in the Globohomo network) but there's a good chance Italy, Hungary Poland and some others won't feel like playing along with this, given the composition of their governments and/or how they've been treated by the EU. It only takes one to stop the extension bandwagon.

Blogger seeingsights March 14, 2019 3:11 PM  

Just now, two leftie co-workers of mine don't like these recent developments re Brexit.

If the Left doesn't like it, it's probably good is a principle that's mostly valid.

Blogger Jab Burrwalky March 14, 2019 3:23 PM  

It seems like things are moving toward a hard brexit. For once the UK Parliament's lack of balls is a good thing. Who knew?

OT but of interest to this community no doubt, Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that families of Sandy Hook kids can sue Remington because it is marketed based on its "militaristic appeal."

"The families' goal has always been to shed light on Remington's calculated and profit-driven strategy to expand the AR-15 market and court high-risk users, all at the expense of Americans' safety. Today's decision is a critical step toward achieving that goal," Koskoff said.

Hopefully this goes to the SCOTUS and dies.

Blogger Jab Burrwalky March 14, 2019 3:26 PM  

Koskoff being a lawyer of the families.

Blogger Matrick March 14, 2019 3:48 PM  

Is there any point in asking the question regarding Koskoff?

Blogger Garuna March 14, 2019 4:02 PM  

the native population is hopeless self hating and will probably chose to die at the hands of foreign invaders rather than be though of as "bad" people.

I wonder if this is just a meme. I've lived all over western Europe and I don't remember them being as cucked as the memes would have us believe. In fact they were really proud and protective of their nation, culture, and language - Particularly the French speaking people in France and Belgium who got very cunty if they found out you don't speak French. Granted this was all before the migrant invasion. But how much could they have possibly changed in less than a decade? I think they'll hit a breaking point after which they'll start rebelling. The yellow vests are just a trailer for what is to come.

Blogger Lauri Stark March 14, 2019 4:05 PM  

I certainly hope that the parliament is not even able to cuck at this point.

Blogger Pseudotsuga March 14, 2019 4:15 PM  

A glimmer of hope from Old Blighty....
May that glimmer grow brighter as the sun that never used to set on the British Empire.

Blogger Elijah March 14, 2019 4:32 PM  

they have changed in the last decade because a generation of brainwashed school kids have grown up. the next generation will be part tranny, thus no babies and the elites and the left win.

Blogger weka March 14, 2019 5:06 PM  

Orbam shoukd vote for no extension. And to cast the Turk out. Deus Vult! Gott mit uns! Make conantinople Othodox Again!

Blogger Jab Burrwalky March 14, 2019 5:23 PM  

It's no secret. He's of the tribes.

Blogger Teleros March 14, 2019 5:26 PM  

Garuna wrote:I wonder if this is just a meme.

It varies by country, but Stefan Molyneux likes to make the point that Europeans are very nice until suddenly we're not. Obviously it also varies by country - we Brits like to complain a lot but do nothing, the French will riot at the drop of a hat, and so on - but from personal experience, a high proportion of the people I talk to about this stuff are of like mind. I think a lot of it is going to come down to what the spark will be that sets things off (one reason, I think, that Parliament will let a clean Brexit go ahead - they don't want to see (their own) blood on the streets).

Blogger 1st Earl Hardwicke March 14, 2019 5:29 PM  

Either Brexit happens, or Parliament should be disbanded. Logically.

Boomers voted. For Brexit.

Millennials (Brainwashed mostly). For Remain. Propaganda, clearly works.

So the plan is to keep extending indefinitely? As for trade, more stuff comes in, than out.

A commonwealth again, would be just, if bloody for a while.

Blogger Spud March 14, 2019 5:35 PM  

Speaking of a re-vote, Colorado voted against bill 112 in November that would strangle the Gas and Oil industry. There was a massive blizzard yesterday, so bad that the Governor called a state of emergency. The capitol and the international airport were even closed... but some how, during this blizzard, a vote was held and a bill was approved for the exact same shit that was already voted down in November:

https://www.greeleytribune.com/news/colorado-senate-passes-oil-and-gas-bill-during-blizzard/

Blogger John Best March 14, 2019 6:27 PM  

Well that's interesting, the globalist media and thatcherite brexiteers like Rees-Mogg and Farage having been falsely saying for years that Parliament wants to remain, them and Peter Hitchens. They are wrong, but for some reason have been wanting to push Brexit to the wire and keep us bogged down in it for years, while claiming they are doing everything they can to get hard Brexit, and never actually supporting No Deal, No Retreat, No Surrender Brexit.

More MP's actually support No Deal, than a second Referendum, so if May had just whipped her MP's they would have voted for allowing No Deal. Then this would all be over. It just goes into what I have thought since the Brexiteers tried to abolish the House of Lords, they are the right face of the coin of globalism. They need to be crushed as well as the Fascists once the Neo-con globalists have fallen.

Blogger Teleros March 14, 2019 6:59 PM  

John Best wrote:It just goes into what I have thought since the Brexiteers tried to abolish the House of Lords, they are the right face of the coin of globalism. They need to be crushed as well as the Fascists once the Neo-con globalists have fallen.

Just for the sake of argument, let's assume all this is vaguely accurate... so what? You work with the tools you have, not the tools you want, and the tools we have ATM are the ERG, the DUP, and the other Brexiteer MPs.

Blogger John Best March 14, 2019 7:54 PM  

@30 they are tools uses against us, not tools we are using. Also the DUP are actually nationalists, loyal to God and their people. The Brexiteers, Farage and Peter Hitchens aren't. The only people we have in Parliament are the DUP. It matters because the Brexiteers, Farage and Peter Hitchens play themselves as being opposed to globalism, positioning themselves to gain greater manipulation. The DUP forced Brexit through, the ERG, Farage and Peter Hitchens have failed at every turn to push nationalism or even protect the nation. They couldn't even get rid of May. People can't be this useless unless it is deliberate. Then after the Commons voted to go back to the EU and try to delay Brexit, all the Brexiteers commentators were posting about rioting, I mean this all seems like a globalist setup.

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