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  • ross1948 15:54 on June 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit anniversary,   

    June 23rd, Referendum Day – Hard Brexit? Bring It On! 

    It should have been two years ago.



    Had there been a government in Britain, on the morning after the result was announced, with enough gumption to grasp the golden opportunity presented  by the referendum mandate…



    …the UK would have declared immediate independence.

    Instead May has shillied and shallied and dillied and dallied, as if Brussels held the full house rather than the Brits, until now Barnier’s bullied a craven Cabinet into a corner, from which that woman May appears unable to find her way out.


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    Yet Brits must not give up. Leave EU is doing a grand job, and yesterday made a heartfelt appeal for assistance in the battle. Please help them!

    The only way forward is out, and one short reference uttered by Nigel Farage this week sums up the alternative.


    “In the last 4 years over 1,000 people in Europe killed or maimed by refugees,” 


    It may be that half the German electorate now wants the Berlin Bitch gone, as reported yesterday.



    But that’s not likely to happen quite yet, and even if she is deservedly ousted, her henchmen will maintain control in Brussels.



    The evil that is the ‘European Project’ cannot be reformed. It will, God Willing, be overthrown, but that’s a job for all those other nations, as they wake up, one by one.

    It’s Britannia’s role to show those countries that freedom is preferable to any sort of supranational servitude.

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    • Edward L 18:15 on June 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply



    • Penny 18:18 on June 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Nicely put, Ross.
      May is making a dog’s breakfast of what ought to be a simple process.
      The ‘hard Brexit’ path would be much easier.


    • Billy King 18:47 on June 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      No surrender, Ross.
      May is a disaster.
      I wish to goodness we had a few more honest men and women at Westminster.


    • Ned A 20:06 on June 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Must have a drink before I catch up with the pro-Brexit march.


    • Vicki 21:53 on June 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I do so much agree with what you say, that it’s tragic how so many months have passed and so much given away to our enemies,and not just May agreeing to pay that insulting Brexit Bill which has no justification, since we have always paid more into Brussels than we ever got back ( packaged as ‘EU-funded projects’)
      There’s been more talk this week of the UK ‘crashing out,’ as if that would be a problem for us more than for them.
      Even so, my fear is that Theresa May has never wanted us to be a free country again and she will stab us in the back with a sell-out.


  • ross1948 16:18 on March 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'spontaneous' pro-Brussels marchers, , Brexit anniversary, , , Remainer marches   

    Fake News UK – Europhiliac Marches Did NOT ‘Pop-Up!’ 


    An odd sort of news-week, this, the Enemy Media falling back on a porn star ( not ‘adult-movie’ star, please  –  !) in the USA…


    • =
    • …and a shrill queer in the UK making trouble about Brexit…

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    Shahmir Sanni –

    ‘a tiff between homosexual lovers…’   


    …both of whom seem to have taken an INORDINATELY long time to decide to let their ‘revelations’ be turned into a media circus, giving a pack of left-liberal hacks another chance to undo democracy in both Britain and America.

    So I won’t waste time on their on-going boring bluster this Wednesday.

    Instead, let me ask you -have you ever been on a protest march?

    I have! I’m sure none of you are surprised by that, so here’s another question.

    Have you ever ORGANISED a protest march?

    Joining in is one thing, but getting it going is another, and it takes damned hard work.

    Believe me, I’ve done that too, and while there have been some spontaneous marches I’m aware of….


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    …. like these British patriots – whose spontaneity is clear from their home-made placards…


    Rest assured that the great majority of the marches, noble or nasty, which you see on your TV or on your High Street, are NOT spontaneous.



    They are the result of diligent preparation –  phone calls, and emails and text messages…


    • …and meetings to decide where and when to assemble, then telling supporters. Then there’s creating and/or assembling and distributing placards and banners.

    • Actually, again speaking from personal experience, it’s all enjoyable, if you’re into that sort of thing.

    • But my point here is that these self-evident truths make utter nonsense of The Independent’s headline –

    ‘March For Europe’ protests have popped up across the country…



    Just take a look at the one in Exeter!


    Not a home-made banner in sight, with ONE possible exception, that one in the top right corner.

    All those red ones, mass-produced by professional organisers, and the blue ones- and who paid for them?

    As for that Quaker one..


    …since when did they become the Devil’s Disciples?

    • Heather Benson 16:48 on March 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Excellent point made, Ross!
      I have marched a few times and vouch for your description of the time and work people have to put in to get marches organised.
      Those remoaners’ materials are very professionally produced and were not just knocked together in some Europhile garage or kitchen.
      I don’t believe ANY of the anti-Brexit activity is spontaneous.
      With all that Soros money handed over to their cause, they are as slick as they are sly.


      • Marilyn Hill 21:42 on March 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Very much the case, what you say about marches, Heather. Hard work is a necessity.
        I remember when we marched for Enoch, and our signs were done with black biro and looked as amateurish as the pro-Powell march in the photo.
        , .
        In this day and age, it’s easier, for some people at least.
        Judging from news photographs of demonstrations over the past ten years, there is a ‘far-left’ factory somewhere that can run posters off in 24 hours. We know the anti-Brexit people have SO much foreign money at their disposal that their preparations are easy.
        Even then, they still have to use their mobiles to round up the unemployed and the undergraduates to turn out.
        Marches do not ‘pop up!’


    • Edward Lamont 18:04 on March 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That photo of the anti-independence mob put me in mind of what the LibDem Vince Cable said a week or two ago, about how Brexit was all down to ‘old white people.’
      Cable is an old white person but that didn’t stop him using that racist and agist language.

      But just take a look at the faces in that photo. Look at all the grumpy old men and grannies. Near enough half the crowd is over or near enough pensionable age.
      I am not like Cable grudging them their right to have their say but it does make me think the Remoan narrative that it’s a generation-war is wide of the mark.


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