C’mon, Guardian – Name The Collabos!

I detest The Guardian, as some of you may have noticed, but it does purport to be factual, despite its notorious pro-EUSSR prejudice.


So when it splashes a story, as it did this weekend…

MPs ‘checked with EU chiefs over Brexit delay’ before passing bill

…its duty is to tell as much of the truth as it knows.

Senior MPs opposing  a no-deal Brexit sought assurances from the EU their bid for a three-month delay would be granted, it has emerged.


European leaders were sounded out before MPs, including the  “rebel alliance”, passed a bill, which is expected to receive royal assent on Monday, forcing Boris Johnson to ask for an extension.

The very least any newspaper should do, when reporting a scandalous act of collaboration such as the above, is give us the names of the guilty.

It matters not a tinker’s cuss whether ‘those involved said there were no guarantees…’

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The swine should be named and shamed!

Any Briton worth his or her salt will surely agree with Tory MP David Jones –

“Senior EU figures gave private assurances to British MPs, as a consequence of which they supported the surrender bill. This confirms the level of EU interference in our internal affairs and makes the need for Brexit all the more pressing.”

If some ‘senior’ – or any – MPs had ‘checked with German chiefs’ about making a surrender deal during the Battle of Britain, and such treasonous activity had been exposed, would they not have been dragged into the streets and given summary justice?


The very least the sly swine described in the Guardian story deserve is exposure to righteous obloquy.

As for Britain’s enemies in Brussels…


…it is said, no doubt correctly, that any offer of an extension to the 31st October deadline on the part of the Brussels Empire has to have unanimous consent of the 27 governments.

So could Boris not make use of Britain’s continuing right as head of a government which is ( regrettably) still in membership, and show up – simply to veto any extension?

Or veto every move the Euro-Commissars want to make, on anything, including their Budget, until they agree to call it quits?

Or pick up the phone and call the Prime Minister’s office in Budapest?



The Hungarian Government owes Brussels no favours.

Viktor Orban might just be disgusted enough with EUSSR bullying to do Britain a big favour!