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Petition | And On That Bombshell... | Of 'Meaningful' Votes and Treasonous Coups... | No Deal / WTO | "For Me But Not For Thee"
Sovereignty, ECHR, ECJ | Defence and National Security | The Withdrawal Agreement and the 'Meaningful' Vote (Nov/Dec/Jan 2018/19)
No Confidence | Brexit's Gilets Jaune | Brexit Betrayal March, 9th December 2018 | The Government's Brexit Legal Advice
Videos and YouTubes (Nov/Dec 2018) | Theresa's Treason | Tory Resignations | Assessments and Analyses (July 2018)
Open Letters | Democracy and This Fake Conservative Government | Videos and YouTubes July 2018
Putting the Pope in Charge of the Reformation | The Battle is Fierce | Liberty: The Battle for the Very Soul of Britain
Norman and Saxon | The Tower of Babel: EU / UN / NWO | Some Questions for Remainers
Briefing Paper on HM Government's Draft EU Withdrawal Agreement November 2018
BRINO: Quotes and Comments | Brexit: Main Page | Brexit: YouTubes and Videos (July 2018)
David Cameron: "Your Decision. Not Politicians. Not Parliament. Just You"
"If we vote to leave, we will leave. There'll not be another renegotiation or another referendum"
"For two and a
half years, leave voters have endured the establishment political class along
with the establishment media lecture them that:
* They didn't really understand what they were voting for,
* They wanted to leave with 'a deal' from the EU,
* Staying in parts of the EU means the same as leaving the EU.
All specious garbage. All deceits. All part of the plan to wear the Leave vote down.
All part of the pro-EU political establishment determination to stop us leaving.
The simple truth is that we never voted for 'a deal'.
It is a matter of fact that 'a deal' was not on the 2016 Ballot paper" [source].
The Battle is Fierce, Friends
"Many analogies were made before the referendum about the children of Israel crying out to God for deliverance from Egypt.
Well, I am reminded that after they had been released, that wasn't the end of the matter:
'and the heart of Pharaoh and of his servants was turned against the people, and they said, "Why have we done this, that we have let Israel go from serving us?".'
Sound familiar? The whole force of Egypt went out after these freed people, determined to bring them back under their power.
[Pharaoh] pursued them and suddenly [the people of Israel] found they were left with nowhere to turn;
with the Red Sea before them and the power of Egypt behind them, seeking to bring them back under their control ...
"'Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which he will show you today ... The LORD shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace"' ...
The way forward may seem unclear to us, but we know for sure, God can direct our paths if we seek His direction.
Whatever people say and do in the coming days, let us pray for God's direction and for His decision to stand"
[Dave Borlase, IFB]
"We are wasting billions of pounds of taxpayers money trying to negotiate in a short space of time. Leaving the EU in March 2019 will allow the UK good time to negotiate more efficiently. The EU will be more eager to accept a deal on our terms having lost a major partner. We will save billions of pounds from our EU divorce payment as well as a similar amount from Civil Service and Govt costs. This money will be used to support our own country whilst we await the EU to talk to us to make deals more in our favour. The EU border in Ireland to be managed simply by having a dual Euro/pound currency as legal tender in both the North and the South. Exports to the South would be dealt with in Euros and vice versa when importing to the North. Rates fixed at time of deal."
"A strong PM would prorogue Parliament till 30 March as soon as it became clear that Parliament was about to flout the will of the people. She would be well within her constitutional rights, and protecting democracy" [Andrew Roberts].
"Parliaments at key points in our history have gained descriptive names, e.g. Long Parliament, Rump Parliament. I would suggest that historically this Parliament is called the Quisling Parliament" [reader's comment at source].
UKIP Leader Gerard Batten Petitions Her Majesty to Prorogue Parliament (31 January 2019)
"Gerard Batten has petitioned Queen Elizabeth II to prorogue Parliament until after the UK has left the EU on 29 March 2019. Concerned that MPs are using the current session to attempt to delay or stop Brexit entirely, the UKIP Leader has petitioned Her Majesty to discontinue the current session of Parliament. The UKIP Leader writes:..."
"Historian and broadcaster Andrew Roberts has urged the PM to call on the Queen to suspend the parliamentary session until Brexit takes effect on March 29th to deny Remain plotters the opportunity to derail it ... 'A strong PM would prorogue Parliament till 30 March as soon as it became clear that Parliament was about to flout the will of the people. She would be well within her constitutional rights, and protecting democracy' With the EU Withdrawal Act already on the books ... the March 29th exit day for Brexit would continue to count down even if Parliament was not sitting, with the UK and the EU defaulting to a WTO relationship when the day arrives..."
Third British Govt Minister Admits Departure Day Delay (31 January 2019)
"Savid Javid ... has reportedly said Brexit day - legally set at the 29th March 2019 - will likely be delayed, and is said to be questioning the PM still advocating the promised date in public ... It is reported that several ministers have already decided that Brexit should be delayed to give the government extra days to prepare for Brexit - a remarkable failure of preparedness given that the UK now voted to leave the EU over two and a half years ago - but few have admitted that in public..."
British Lawmakers Vote on Amendments to Force Govt's Hand on Brexit (29 January 2019)
"Members of the UK Houses of Parliament voted on amendments to the Government's Brexit bill Tuesday night, exercising their power to make alterations and changes to proceedings and - some hope - delay and derail Brexit itself ... Seven amendments in all were accepted by the remain-supporting speaker of the House John Bercow, and very both in intent and whether they legally bind the government..."
Lies, Cowardice and Brexit (29 January 2019)
"That the leaders of the Leave campaign proved themselves incapable of taking control of the Brexit process, thus leaving it to a Remainer - Theresa May - to implement, is regrettable. But the alleged lies and hopelessness of the Leave leaders pales into insignificance with what Remainers are doing in parliament now. Amid another febrile day in Westminster, with various amendments to May's Brexit plan to be voted on this afternoon, we need to take a step back and truly reckon with what is happening. Theresa May is trying to revive her Brexit deal, which is not a Brexit deal - which would in fact sell out Brexit by trapping us within the EU's structures indefinitely via the Northern Irish backstop. But most of the opposition to it is from Remainers who think it doesn't go far enough..."
The People Versus Parliament (27 January 2019)
"Leaving the EU could not have been more straightforward... But the British establishment was opposed to it... Condescension... Sowing confusion... The government's charade of negotiating Brexit... The 'meaningful vote' on the Withdrawal Agreement... A chance for Parliament to honour the Referendum result?... More confusion - this time by MPs... Parliamentary dirty tricks to scrap Brexit... A second referendum... Blocking a 'no deal' Brexit by delaying or cancelling Article 50... The PM's Plan B Statement... Plan B will be a tweaked version of Plan A... A Fifth Column is operating in Government to defeat Brexit... Cornered by the EU - which is systematically ramping up the pressure... It is time to call the EU's bluff - it will be the last chance we get... What deal would be acceptable?... Brexit betrayal by our Parliament... Remaining in the EU would be the real disaster... The People did not 'take back control' from the EU only for Parliament to hand it back again..."
To Delay Is To Betray - UKIP Leader on Yvette Cooper's Brexit Bill (25 January 2019)
"This bill isn't about protecting the economy; it's about creating a route to stop Brexit. We are currently on course to leave the EU on March 29, but Ms Cooper's bill will block this and any chance of a real WTO Brexit ... The people voted to Leave. Parliament is now refusing to implement that decision and is now in open rebellion against the people..."
Grab Your Yellow Vest - Britain Is Headed For A Dirty War (23 January 2019)
"Officially we're not supposed to speculate in the civil disobedience which might ensure if parliament succeeds in its campaign to thwart Brexit ... But now two academics have let the cat out of the bag. David Betz and MLR Smith are professors in the Department of War Studies, King's College, London, and they know whereof they speak..."
The Strange Case of Anna Soubry's Missing Manifesto (21 January 2019)
"Anna Soubry stood for election in the parliamentary constituency of Broxtowe in Nottinghamshire in 2017. She stood as a Conservative candidate. The Conservative manifesto in that General Election makes a very specific pledge concerning Brexit. Anna Soubry was duly elected. Broxtowe had already voted by a majority of 52.5% to LEAVE the EU in the 2016 referendum. The Conservative manifesto makes it very clear that Party and all who stand under its banner have a commitment to deliver an orderly departure from the EU. Yet Anna Soubry has gained a degree of media fame by being vehemently opposed to Brexit ... Of course Soubry is not alone in opposing the manifesto position on which she was elected in 2017..."
We're on the Verge of Brexit Being Betrayed (18 January 2019)
"Leave campaigner Nigel Farage has warned that Brexit is 'on the verge of being betrayed' and Leavers must be prepared to continue the fight either in the face of Article 50 being delayed or a possible second referendum ... while 498 MPs had voted for Article 50, the mechanism for leaving the EU which states that if a withdrawal agreement ids not negotiated the UK should leave the bloc on WTO terms on March 29th, he fears 'that our political establishment, including our PM... [in] the HoC is going to effectively overturn that Brexit'..."
"For although they won the the referendum, they now question whether they can trust the very politicians to whom they decided to return power ... the drawback of upholding an old-fashioned belief in parliamentary sovereignty turns out to be that a majority of MPs would much rather we had remained in the EU."
Three Cabinet Ministers Collude With Big Business to Stop Brexit (17 January 2019)
"Many readers will wearily tell us that the leaked comments from Messrs Hammond and Clark come as no surprise. This may be true, but when you read the entire transcript it is shocking just how clearly the Treasury and Business Depts are so in bed with Big Business over continued EU membership ... We would just like to remind Mr Hammond and Mr Clark that the vast majority of businesses in the UK do not belong to the CBI, whose Director-General was present on this call. Brexit Facts4EU.Org campaigned vigorously for Philip Hammond to be excluded completely from Government prior to Mrs May forming her first Cabinet in 2016 ... We would invite both Ministers to speak to The Alliance of British Entrepreneurs ... They support what the British people voted for in record numbers in the official 'people's' EU Referendum of 2016 - to leave the EU...""
"The Chancellor of the Exchequer, long accused of pushing for the weakest possible form of Brexit from within the Cabinet and using his role at HM Treasury to stall preparations for an EU exit without a formal agreement on WTO terms, was recorded assuring corporate bosses that MPs would block No Deal in parliament in a leaked call. 'He seems to have breached collective responsibility of the Cabinet, where the official position is still no deal better than a bad deal,' complained Brexiteer backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg..."
Yes, Gove, Corbyn is Bad - But Betraying Brexit is Worse (17 January 2019)
"Last night in parliament, Environment Secretary Michael Gove made a barnstormer of a speech ... But that 'look! Jeremy Corbyn!!' tactic isn't going to leave any of us fooled. The Conservatives may be our best bulwark against a Corbyn tyranny. They are also, however, the party that has failed us on Brexit. It'll take more than Govian oratory, I suspect, to distract us from the last very awkward detail."
Brexit Is Now Hanging By A Thread (17 January 2019)
"PM Theresa May has (narrowly) survived a vote of no confidence and delivered another of her bullish speeches about how the people voted for Brexit and how Brexit is what she plans to deliver ... Don't believe a word. If the woman is not actually lying she is impossibly deluded. We know this because instead of going to announce the only possible thing that could deliver Brexit - allowing Article 50 to run its course on its appointed date in March 29th, enabling Britain to have a clean break from the EU on WTO terms with a No Deal - she is putting the decision to Parliament so that it can 'act in the national interest, reach a consensus and get this done.' Since Parliament is overwhelmingly Remain and would not know what the national interest was if it burned down the Palace of Westminster, this means that Brexit is now dead in the water..."
The Remainer Coup Is Under Way. The Fix Is In (17 January 2019)
"Within 36 hours of Tuesday's unprecedented, humiliating, crushing HoC defeat for Theresa May and her cynically misnamed EU 'Withdrawal' Agreement, which would lock the UK into a permanent Brussels vassalage even more oppressive than membership, her intended direction of travel in response is already evident. It is towards further concession, capitulation, and finally surrender..."
The Behind-the-Scenes Plan to Stop Brexit (17 January 2019)
"Since [the referendum], it is no secret that Remainers, who make up the majority of MPs in parliament, have done everything in their power to stop Brexit from occurring. It is rare that the details of such Remainer activities are revealed, or at least in such detail, as they were recently ... with regards to Dominic Grieve's amendment. A meeting between the Speaker of the House, John Bercow, and prominent Remainer Tory MP, Dominic Grieve, was bound to raise eyebrows..."
"By their actions since Brexit, Britain's political leaders have subverted the Leave vote, and damaged the arrangements under Britain's constitution to protect peoples' freedom against arbitrary rule. Despite being one of the world's oldest and most iconic democracies - the strength of which derives partly from acceptance by governments of the electorate's decision irrespective of their own wishes - things happened very differently since the referendum. First, parliament attempted to thwart Brexit. Then the PM deployed the autocratic systems of unaccountable powers to prepare a Withdrawal Agreement. That agreement was not the work of elected ministers - they were sidelined - but emerged from the backroom bartering of an unelected, unaccountable civil servant, the PM's 'court favourite'..."
May Survives But Parliament Is Now Her Master (16 January 2019)
"[W]ho could doubt that a second referendum is now a distinct possibility? After the humiliating Commons defeat of Mrs May's withdrawal agreement, many MPs will feel they are freed from their manifesto commitment to deliver Brexit: they can now say they 'did all they conceivably could, but Parliament was unable to resolve the issue' ... Do not be surprised of a second referendum doesn't creep up on us within the next fortnight. Dominic Grieve has already set the legislative wheels into motion ... and whereas in the first referendum the Leave campaign had spent two years building an impressive infrastructure while David Cameron tried to run a campaign on the back of a sticky note [EMcD: and £9m of taxpayers money], this time the situation is reversed..."
"A No-Deal Brexit has now become the legal default on March 29th, under the terms of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act..."
[Leaving on WTO terms] "is nothing to be frightened of. It's how we trade with the US, it's how we trade with other countries ... and we can trade with the EU on that basis ... When you speak to people who voted to leave they said they voted to leave - they didn't vote for a deal. That I think has to be delivered to ensure the 17.4 million votes are respected'." [Jacob Rees-Mogg]
"Parliament should keep its promise to voters to implement the decision for the people in the referendum to leave the EU. The UK conducts the majority of its trade under WTO rules and outside the EU customs union. Moving to run all our trade in that way will work just fine" [Sir John Redwood].
"In three days Mrs May has to come up with a Plan B. Well the good news is there is a Plan B which should have been Plan A in thee first place, which is to repeal the 1972 European Communities Act, leave the EU under our law and then tell [the EU] how we are going to repeal and amend 45 years and tens and tens of thousands of bits of legislation under our priorities and in our timescales" [Gerard Batten].
May Shambles On: Vote of No-Confidence in Govt Defeated, 325-306 (16 January 2019)
"The case against the PM's government was put by Jeremy Corbyn's centrist-leaning deputy, Tom Watson. Its defence was pleaded [by] Environment secretary Michael Gove..."
Brexit Full Steam Ahead! May's Criminal Enterprise Thwarted (16 January 2019)
"The worst surrender document in British history was defeated by the biggest majority in parliamentary history - 230 votes. Theresa May's criminal enterprise (almost certainly treasonous under the terms of the treason acts and common law) is no more. There are now 4 possibilities: (1) A second referendum - no time before Brexit on 29th March and only 8% of the British people want one! (2) A general election - neither the DUP nor Tory MPs will vote for the end of their Government and the joys of a Corbyn government; (3) A different deal with the EU - the EU will refuse and would find it difficult to persuade 27 countries that they should take their boot off the face of the defeated supplicant; (4) Leaving without a so called 'deal' and trading immediately on WTO terms like over 160 other countries in the world - which is the automatic default position. Only a very stupid government would frustrate this. Because:..."
YOUTUBE: The British People Will Never Surrender! UKIP Leader Gerard Batten Speaks to the European Parliament (16 January 2019)
"Mr President, we've seen two and half years of an elaborate political charade, based on an entirely false premise, which is that you can't leave the European Union without a deal. There never was going to be a deal, there never is going to be a deal. We've seen Mrs May and her emissaries go back and forth to Brussels in order to reach a WA that nobody wants. The Remainers don't want it because they don't want to leave. The Leavers don't want it because under it we don't really leave. What is the purpose of it all? It is to wear the British people down to the extent where they accept defeat and surrender, and the result of the referendum is overturned..." / Viewers' comments: "Well said Gerard, sadly our political class will surrender on our behalf" / "Why would the British people want to be ruled by the Germans and their collaborators?" / "The remoaners will be thanking us one day for not surrendering..." / "Leave means Leave. What's so hard to understand about that simple word?..."
Ebenezer - The Stone of Helping (16 January 2019)
"I write today on one of the most significant and historic days for this nation and the British Isles ... How should we as Christians respond? ... I urge you all to pray! Speaking for myself, I have little idea what to ask for in prayer, because the options are so confusing and the way ahead is far from clear. But I know that God knows! And that is enough for me. I pray simply that God will lead us safely through this storm. Every time I pray I see an old sailing shop tossed about in a terrific storm. I pray that God's mercy and guidance will prevail, so that we will see our way through, and survive this storm..."
Grieve Plot is What May Intended All Along (16 January 2019)
"If you believed in remaining in the EU, why would you want to become PM knowing your main legacy would be to have led the UK out of its 40 or so years of EU membership? ... Yesterday's defeat was all part of PM May's plan to thwart Brexit ... to come up with a Deal which she deliberately allowed to be unacceptable, knowing it therefore wouldn't get enough votes ... This carefully manufactured stalemate is aimed at conning the public into reluctantly concluding that while Brexit seemed desirable in theory, PM May has tried her best to carry it out, but has found that in practice Brexit has proved ... 'to be undeliverable' ... and thus her real tacit aim of her premiership, of thwarting Brexit, will appear to have been achieved ... a potential weakness of the plot is that ... a law to overturn a WTO terms Brexit on 29 March at 11pm would have to be approved by the Queen ... asking the Queen to collude with the rest of the Establishment's defiance of the Leave vote..."
Be Under No Illusion, This Was Not a Victory for the Brexiteers (16 January 2019)
"It was the right result but, in the case of the majority of MPs, it was for the wrong reason ... In voting down May's deal, Parliament was united in one thing, but it was not in agreement ... The truth is that Project Fear, not Brexit, won the vote ... [May] knows only too well that the vast majority of those responsible for her defeat ... will use it either to press for a non-existent Brexit (or NonExit), by which I mean the UK staying both the customs union and the single market, or for remaining in the EU in defiance of the referendum ... The clock is ticking towards March 29, but every effort will be made and every political stratagem deployed in the intervening 73 days to thwart the default WTO reversion which that date heralds in the absence of any agreement..."
Rue Britannia (16 January 2019)
"It was a rotten deal that deserved to be trounced on merit, or rather demerit. But it wasn't about that, was it? Huge political upheavals tend to be about backstabbing, not face value. Subtext, not text. Connotation, not denotation ... Our country is blessed with the greatest, certainly longest, political stability in Europe ... Yet there's a curse implicit in this blessing ... Those of us who love Britain must rue her impending demise. I don't know how it can be prevented, but let's hope that cleverer and more practical men do. I pray for such men and I do hope they realise what's at stake..."
Theresa May Has Her Downfall Moment (16 January 2019)
"[S]he wasn't capable of delivering Brexit because she never believed in Brexit" / Readers' comments: "They should make Parliament vote again, after all it's been almost a day and these MPs might have changed their minds. They probably didn't even understand the issue in the first place, besides having another vote would be democracy in action and if they still vote against May's deal then it's only right to make them vote yet again. Then again we could just leave with no deal!" / "I think we need a people's vote in Parliament, because the MPs didn't know what they voted for and new information has come to light since yesterday" / "Yes, after all many of them are old and will be dying off soon, so it would be unfair to the younger MPs not to have another vote" / "May was only ever selected and put in office to derail Brexit and ensure we never left the EU - that such a calamitous pantomime has followed is simply the establishment's way of covering their tracks in the deception of the British public and the usurping of the biggest democratic vote in our history - if they make it look like a pig's ear of incompetence and failure then they figure nobody will notice that this has actually been planned and executed by Westminster, Whitehall, and Brussels with military precision from day 1 to get exactly what they want and to deliver the polar opposite of what the UK voted for - once it collapses and we stay in one form or another then they will all continue as if nothing ever truly happened using the cover that 'we tried our best and really WANTED to deliver for you but we couldn't do it and time ran out so sorry folks come back in another 40 years'" / "When the original Act of Parliament was passed there was no provision for a 'deal'. If parliament can't agree to a deal then *by law* the UK leaves the EU without one. And only parliament can change that *law*"
May's Deal: A Historic Defeat (16 January 2019)
"What MPs are really fighting over is various flavours of non-Brexit. May's deal would have left us shackled to EU rules with less say over them than we had before. If anything, she has strengthened the case for staying in after all. This is why the so-called People's Vote crew had their tails up last night ... the wind is blowing in their direction, and they know it. No Deal - which increasingly looks like our only chance for a clean-break Brexit - is the legal default. If no agreement is ratified in time, we leave on 29 March on WTO terms. But MPs this past week, with the help of the Speaker, have proven themselves willing to do anything to stop No Deal from happening..."
The MPs Who Voted for Indefinite Servitude to the EU (16 January 2019)
"Last night 202 MPs voted for a deal which would have placed the UK in indefinite servitude to the EU, laws being made for us with no say over our affairs, a lien being placed over part of the UK's territory, only a hope and a prayer of a trade deal sometime in the future, and massive payments for the privilege. For many it is hard to imagine a worse state for a supposedly-sovereign nation than being in the EU. After two and half years of premiership, Mrs May achieved that, with her disastrous 'Withdrawal Agreement'. Worse still, 202 MPs (196 Con, 3 Lab, 3 Ind) voted for this monstrosity. We thought you would like to see if your MP is on that list: ... Given the appalling content of the WA, with its enforced servitude to the EU and abrogation of sovereignty to a foreign power without representation, we know that some readers will feel that the above MPs are no longer electable"
Indestructible May: Is There Anything That Can Stop Mrs May? (15 January 2019)
[it has become] increasingly evident that Mrs May and her loyalists are under the mistaken impression that she is indeed indestructible and that being indestructible, or just refusing to ever change a policy that everyone detests, is somehow the sole virtue required of a leader. We don't need them to have the ability to persuade others, apparently. We don't need to have the ability to listen to the votes of the people. That ability is, almost every MP agrees, a ludicrously old fashioned one that none of them need display. We don't need them to have a shred of patriotism, or the least respect for democracy, or even the ability to count to 230, the margin of the greatest government defeat in history. We just need them to keep plodding on, like some ghastly obsessed revenant..."
EU Sources Rule Out Reopening Deal Talks, Brexiteers React to May Defeat (15 January 2019)
"Officially, the Eurocrats have reacted coldly to the news that theirs and Mrs May's document has been rejected ... Juncker ... said that [the European Commission] would continue its 'contingency work' in the event of the UK making a clean, 'No Deal' break of the bloc ... Ben Harris-Quinney, chairman of the Bow Group [said] 'Our strong advice to the PM is now to accept and embrace a WTO terms Brexit scenario, as the default option it is the only deal that can currently traverse Parliament. It would be catastrophic for the PM and the Conservative Party to conclude that a Remainer parliament is representative of the views of the British public in further softening its Brexit stance' ... Chairman of the ERG Jacob Rees-Mogg said that leaving on WTO terms 'is nothing to be frightened of. It's how we trade with the United States, it's how we trade with other countries ... and we can trade with the EU on that basis ... When you speak to people who voted to leave they said they voted to leave - they didn't vote for a deal. That I think has to be delivered to ensure the 17.4 million votes are respected'."
UKIP Leader on Withdrawal Agreement Rejection (15 January 2019)
"With her agreement, Theresa May achieved what was thought to be impossible - the unity of Leavers and Remainers in opposition to her plan ... Mrs May and Parliament have brought about the greatest constitutional crisis since 1642. They have done all they can to thwart Brexit ... UKIP stands alone as the only major party committed to leaving the EU and we are prepared to continue the fight for Brexit whatever may come."
"A No-Deal Brexit has now become the legal default on March 29th, under the terms of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act..."
The 'Meaningful' Vote on 15th January 2019 - when our treasonous parliament chooses between traitor May's Remain by Another Name sell-out non-deal and traitors Bercow, Grieve, Soubry, Lammy, Lucas, Lewis, et al's Stop Brexit Entirely coup...
Democracy in the UK is Hanging by a Thread (15 January 2019)
"Something deeply disturbing will happen in parliament today ... The people voted for Leave and yet May offers us Remain-by-another-name: a 'Brexit deal' that sells out Brexit. For a PM so wilfully to ignore the cry of her people is a sucker-punch to the most basic principles of democracy. But it gets worse. The MPs who plan to revolt against May's deal in the Commons today will not do so in order to protect Brexit ... No, they see taking down May's deal as a first step to taking down Brexit itself ... So the real divide in parliament today is over how to stop Brexit..."
Wasted Years: Batten Slams 'Engineered Betrayal' of Brexit (15 January 2019)
"In a video message addressing tonight's vote in Parliament, Gerard Batten MEP, UKIP's leader, condemned the PM's 'engineered betrayal' of Brexit. It doesn't matter which way Parliament votes, Mr Batten said, because 'either way' Brexit will be betrayed..."
Let's Pray They See Through May's Desperate Game of Bluff (15 January 2019)
"Theresa May's project fear reached a crescendo yesterday. Positioning herself as the defender of Brexit and the voice of the people, she said to vote against her deal would be [the] height of recklessness 0 the alternative she threatened being a paralysis in parliament leading to no Brexit ... a desperate game of bluff ... The truth is that Dominic Grieve and his chums are not Mrs May's enemies at all. It's a chimera..."
Until Britain Gets Full Brexit There Can Never Be Peace in the Realm (15 January 2019)
"[T]he reason that Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement is going to get voted down is not because Parliament is chock-full of bright., eager, democratically-minded patriots who know a craven capitulation when they see one. No, the reason May's deal is going to be voted down is because Parliament is chock-full of Remainers who see 'taking down May's deal as the first step to taking down Brexit itself.' This is all but unprecedented in British parliamentary history. The constitutional implications of what is happening are deeply troubling ... we have the extraordinary spectacle of MPs not just ignoring the clearly-expressed wishes of the electorate that represent, but actually trying to claim that this betrayal is their way of honouring democracy..."
Britain's First Coup D'État Since Major, Defended by Major (14 January 2019)
"In 1990 John Major succeeded Margaret Thatcher as PM ... That upheaval was effectively a coup perpetrated by the cabinet members ready to pledge their allegiance to Europe at the expense of British sovereignty ... When Major's spiritual heir Cameron arrogantly called a referendum because he was certain of victory and hoped thereby to put paid to all that talk about leaving the EU, he was in for a let-down..."
"Mrs May ... is attempting to present herself as a force for Brexit, but ... [her] so-called deal would turn Britain into a vassal state of the EU prepared to go back in a few short years. What we a re witnessing is the political establishment fighting over their preferred method of stopping Brexit - should it be through Mrs May's surrender document, a General Election, or another referendum? ... it is clear that the only way Britain will leave the EU is if the people choose to remove the political establishment through the ballot box. UKIP is the only major party committed to leaving the European Union - if the people want it they must vote for UKIP at every opportunity."
"An overwhelming majority of MPs voted to authorise a referendum on Britain's membership of the EU, as well as to activate Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty and kick off the two-year exit process ... The Remain-dominated legislature's members seem ... neither willing to accept the Government's WA with the EU ... or to countenance the 'clean, sovereign Brexit' on WTO terms implied by their pledges to take Britain out of the EU Customs Union, Single Market, and associated Free Movement regime..."
"All functional constitutions - written or unwritten - are compacts between peoples. Nothing is more fundamental than the principle that when a promise is made plainly, repeatedly, unanimously and unambiguously, and the people engage wholeheartedly on that declared basis, it must be delivered. David Cameron made that promise in the plainest of terms: ... Parliament endorsed that promise in legislation. Both Labour and the Conservative parties pledged to implement it in their 2017 General Election manifestos..."
Has May Been Plotting a Return to the EU All Along? (13 January 2019)
"Remarkably, the EU's intentions to complete its economic and monetary union - the central feature o0f its five-year plan commencing after the European elections in May - have come under little scrutiny since the Referendum, and not at all in connection with the shifting sands of Mrs May's apparently calamitous Brexit negotiations. The plan is expected to provide the foundation for a further programme whose central aim is to establish the Federal State of Europe by around 1028-30. Yet our extendable transition period proposed in the Withdrawal Agreement aligns very neatly with this programme, prompting the question of whether Mrs May and her Remainer government are intending that the UK should be positioned - with the WA voted for - to accede to these new treaties with minimal adjustment..."
Speaker of the House of Anti-Brexit (10 January 2019)
"308 MPs were not voting to take back control of Brexit from the government, but from the 17.4 million people who voted to leave the EU. They are not 'rebels' but the cross-party political wing of the Remain-backing UK establishment, determined to thwart the democratic vote fro Brexit at all costs. Far from defending democracy, Bercow was acting as the agent of this elitist 'coup ... The MPs claim that they simply want to prevent May from leading the UK into an allegedly disastrous No Deal Brexit at the end of March. But if you reject the government's deal - the only one on the table from the EU - and you close down the option of a No Deal, clean-break Brexit, the alternative you are conveniently left with is... no Brexit at all ... That Remainer MPs can now pose as defenders of democracy only reflects the extent to which they have taken over the language of the Brexit debate ... defying an historic democratic vote to Leave becomes 'upholding democracy'..."
A Parliamentary Coup (10 January 2019)
"The fundamental principle of the common law ... is recognised as not the will of parliament, but the people's consent to be governed by that will. Well on Brexit ... 'The British people have spoken and the answer is: we're out!' Parliament can no longer claim that there exists any mandate for it to continue to allow itself to be subordinated to the EU ... Since 2016, we have been watching a slow-motion coup attempt. This coup ... may carry the votes of the majority of law-makers. The civil service may welcome it. The television stations may pump out pro-coup propaganda. The speaker of the HofC may be a puppet of its leaders, breaching the rules he is sworn to uphold. The HofL may be shameless in its contempt for the convention that it is a reviewing chamber with no right to overrule the outcome of a national democratic vote. But any statute that reverses the WA will have neither a moral nor a legal claim on our loyalty. Nor, thereafter, would any law deriving from a regulation or directive forced upon us by the rejected European empire..."
Don't Count Your Chickens (10 January 2019)
"There's certainly a buzz of optimism in the air at the moment. You can almost see it. Committed Brexiteers up and down the land are on the verge of dancing with delight as we approach the date for the meaningful parliamentary vote on Theresa May's ... WA. The common belief is that the government will go down the heavy defeat next Tuesday (15th January), after which the UK will pivot towards a WTO ... arrangement with the EU. Thus, after 46 years of incremental entrapment, a WTO UK will be completely free of Brussels by the beginning of April ... [But] I can't help thinking we're heading towards a monumental betrayal should the WA suffer rejection on the Commons..."
That Cromwell Moment... (09 January 2019)
"2019 has commenced with a substantial number of MPs in Parliament, probably a majority, now in open rebellion against the instruction of the 2016 Referendum for the UK to simply leave the EU. Motion after motion has been passed in parliament with the intent of ensuring that what the media perjoratively calls a 'No Deal' aka a WTO tariff orderly Brexit cannot happen ... it has been EU strategy to publicly humiliate the UK and offer 'a deal' that makes our country worse off than had it remained. This is in essence a constitutional punishment beating and worst of all Theresa May has colluded in it..."
Leave Should Have Meant Leave (09 January 2019)
"If you go to the Leave Means Leave website, just by entering your postcode you can send a pre-written email to your MP demanding that he/she abides by the 2016 vote to leave the EU ... I just did this and received a pre-written reply from my MP in which he claims it wasn't clear what we were voting for and that the referendum was so long ago that the result should no longer be considered valid. My feelings on reading my MP's reply cannot be expressed here in polite language:..."
"There are undoubtedly many Remainers in the establishment who are determined to stop Brexit outright. Others are trying to create a fiction of Brexit that in reality keeps the UK in the EU in all but name. Many Brexiteers would like to see the UK leave without a deal, on WTO terms - a clean Brexit. After all, this is what was on the referendum ballot paper: it said Leave, it said nothing about a deal and David Cameron was explicit that there would be no further deals beyond his. However, there are those in both camps who are prepared to countenance some sort of deal that would smooth the UK's exit from the EU..."
Time to Bust the No Deal Myths (17 January 2019)
"Summing up the HoC debate over the WA on Tuesday, UK PM Theresa May began by declaring that this was a debate 'about the economy'. This pushed one of the enduring myths about Brexit: that it is primarily a matter of economics. 'Economics' has been used throughout the Brexit discussion to evade the fundamental political significance of what is going on ... Brexit is a matter of supreme political import. Initially, until the referendum vote, the discussion was primarily about national sovereignty ... Leaving without a formal WA does not mean 'crashing out' or 'jumping off a cliff', or any of the other pejorative phrases about the possible economic consequences. All leaving means, economically speaking, is that Britain will no longer be trading with, and its businesses connecting with, other EU countries on the terms set by the rules of the EU Single Market and Customs Unions. This was always going to be the consequence of implementing the Brexit vote. Government and businesses, as well as individuals, could and should have been preparing for that change ever since 24 June 2016. If, in places, this has not happened yet, that cannot be blamed on the Leave vote itself..."
"A senior civil servant has blown the whistle on 'Project Fear Mark III', revealing that the country is actually well-prepared for a 'No Deal' Brexit and scare stories about Britain 'crashing out' into 'chaos and doom' are 'absolutely untrue'. The anonymous official, who has been working on Britain's preparations for a Brexit on WTO terms - the so-called 'No Deal' scenario - revealed ... that there are 'hundreds' of plans in place to ensure that outlandish threats of food, water, and medicine shortages will not be realised, and that 'it is purely a political decision not to make this clear to the public...'"
No New Deal, Just Leave (17 December 2018)
"The political establishment is doing everything it can to scupper Brexit and the British people are being bombarded with anti-Brexit propaganda daily. To add insult to injury we have a PM who prostrates herself at every opportunity in front of other world leaders. The solution to this mess and to deliver on the referendum decision is to repeal the 1972 ECA and get Britain out and trading on WTO terms at the earliest opportunity"
The Remainers' Shocking Litany of Lies (18 December 2018)
"In their annoyance at the people for rejecting their beloved EU, yesterday's men claimed that the people had been bamboozled by lies, Russian propaganda and their stupidity in not understanding the huge benefits of the EU. Particularly to our establishment. Their real concern was that their own lies and manufactured fears were rejected by the people after forty years' experience of the rambling shambles that is the EU. Defeated, they've now launched an even bigger programme of lies to but the people back in their box and con them to stay in it and the EU. They're top grade lies ... Here [they are]:..."
Statesmanship Isn't What It Used To Be (15 December 2018)
"[T]his government has handled Brexit in ways that would make Messrs Pitt, Castlereagh, Palmerstone, et al spin like tops in their graves. Sometimes they acted as true statesmen, sometimes they didn't, but they never went to Europe as supplicants, begging for 'deals' ... imploring chaps from Luxembourg and Poland to let our own parliament pass more of our own laws ... one thing a self-respecting country can never relinquish is its sovereignty ... British sovereignty is vested in parliament, and no fragment of it can be broken off and traded away ... Any courageous statesmanlike PM would be telling the EU what we're going to do, not asking if we could please do it..."
No Deal (20 November 2018)
"Theresa May has claimed that the Withdrawal Agreement achieves Brexit by the UK 'taking back control of its trade, borders and laws.' This is one of the most patently false spins in modern political history. We don't even regain control of our fish. The agreement involves the UK staying in the EU customs union until December 2020, entitled to negotiate trade deals with other countries but completely unable to implement them, and with UK parliament and courts remaining subordinate to EU laws and the CJEU. So, until 2021, far from regaining control of our trade and laws we become a rule taker - and pay an eye-watering £39 billion for the privilege..."
Theresa May Presents... (20 November 2018)
"Theresa May presented her Draft Withdrawal Agreement on Brexit. May claimed that it delivered the Brexit that 17.4m people voted for. Yet, this is no 'strong and stable' Brexit Deal. It is a wholesale betrayal of the biggest democratic vote in our history. It leaves us wedded to the Customs Union for years, if not indefinitely ... it ties us into the Single Market ... we cannot control immigration or strike free trade deals ... We will be a vassal state having no say over laws that govern us ... the CJEU shall have jurisdiction ... We would be better off by leaving without a deal ... Theresa May is the worst PM in living memory. She is consigning her country to a state of political paralysis, locked in the orbit of the EU..."
World Trade Deal - An Exceedingly Good Option (19 November 2018)
"There is much written about Brexit manoeuvres at the moment. Will the Protestants defeat the Romans in the long run? ... It would be a darn sight easier if the Brexit-leaning Cabinet 'rump' ... were to master the economics of free trade. To give them a helping hand, here is another guide to what a World Trade Deal means. They'll find it is nothing to fear. The supply of Mr Kipling cakes and Mars Bars will not dry up..."
From Dark November Morn to April Evening (19 November 2018)
"The following quotation from a 1947 pamphlet entitled ' Design for Europe' by Peter Thorneycroft ... has long stuck in my mind: 'No government dependent on a democratic vote could possible agree in advance to the sacrifice that any adequate plan must involve. The British people must be led slowly and unconsciously into the abandonment of their traditional economic defences'..."
(Almost) Everything You Wanted to Know About the WTO in 14 Minutes (17 November 2018)
"WTO is the forward-looking global trading option. It is not about falling off cliffs as the Treasury's Project Fear would have us believe. Jacob Rees-Mogg reiterated this on Thursday at his impromptu press conference: 'We trade with other countries on WTO rules - we do not need to trade on anything other than WTO rules...' It will result in lower commodity prices and benefit the poorest..."
Fear Is All That's Stopping Us Getting Our Country Back (17 November 2018)
"We have already made it clear ... that we believe the wisest and most honest way forward from the near-catastrophic mess Mrs May has landed the country in, is to repudiate her so-called deal and leave the EU (all of it, the customs union, the single market, and the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice) as intended on 29 March 2019, on No-Deal, WTO terms ... Irrational fear is all that stands in the way of Britain restoring its sovereignty and reclaiming control of its borders..."
No Deal Is A Great Deal For the Taxpayer (16 November 2018)
"For more months than I care to remember, Theresa May has droned on about 'a good deal for Britain' as if leaving the EU without a deal was a 'bad' deal. Our membership of the EU has been a rotten trade deal from day one. And here's precisely why. The single market was always trumpeted as a 'free market' (so much so that even Margaret Thatcher was deceived by this) which, of course, it is not..."
When the worm finally turns and gives the bully a taste of his own medicine, the bully always plays the victim...
James Goddard and the Sneering Elite (16 January 2019)
"Are these protests really so crude, so 'unacceptable', or do they have some value that our condescending elite are failing to appreciate? ... Our politicians live in a world apart from the rest of us ... Somehow the voice of the ordinary people needs to get through to these politicians, someone needs to explain to them that we do actually care about the result of the referendum, and we do care about it a lot. Otherwise, they will continue delaying and prevaricating and trying to keep us in the EU either effectively or literally ... Those who have watched the footage closely will have noticed that the protestors only began to hurl the word 'Nazi' at Soubry after she had accused them of belonging to the EDL. They merely amplified her own insult and threw it right back at her ... holding up a mirror to the powerful so they can see what they really look like to the rest of us. For far too long phrases such as 'far-right' and 'Nazi' have been used by those in politics and the media to shut down dissent..."
James Goddard and An Outraged Establishment (15 January 2019) [A Superb commentary!]
"In an entirely predictable response, both mainstream media and politicians from all parties have reacted with horror and outrage at the vigorous criticism directed at their fellow MP or fellow supporters of EU dominance over Britain ... Firstly, there is the selectivity of the outrage ... second[ly] the enormous hypocrisy of those who have shared [Soubry's and Owen Jones'] outrage ... the final and most worrying point is the authoritarianism that goes alongside this selectivity and hypocrisy ... [MPs] are using their position of power and influence to demand that public criticism of them be silenced. How is this behaviour significantly different from the behaviour of autocrats and tyrants..."
James Goddard Reveals Character Assassination by Mainstream Media (15 January 2019)
"As you all saw I approached Anna Soubry along with a few other patriots back in December and called her a Nazi, she then attempted to smear me as a fascist, racist and a member of the EDL. So on the first day back at Parliament, we saw her, so we decided to approach her and ask he to explain why she had been spreading lies about me, my questions were ignored by her, which was to be expected, as we all know the political class aren't fond of being held to account for their many lies. Yet again she went on national news networks, telling the country that people like us 'Need sorting out' which I thought was quite sinister ... What the Establishment don't realise is the more they attempt to silence people, the more people will come out and use their voices ... my message to the political class is this, We are NOT going away, we won't be silenced and we do NOT fear you. This movement is about securing the safety and prosperity of this nation for generations to come, it's about ensuring Brexit is delivered ... This is a movement for the people, of the people, by the people. We will not be silenced, we will not be removed and we will not be deterred by corrupt politicians who are trying to subvert democracy in the UK..."
James Goddard Could Be Any One Of Us (15 January 2019) [Scroll down to the end of James Goddard's article to read this article]
"[A]nother weekend of the establishment proving that we are living in a totalitarian dictatorship by trying to silence people who oppose their policies and narratives ... [James Goddard] is tired of the injustices that are taking place up and down the country, he's tired of Brexit being thwarted, tired of the labels they attach to us, tired of not being listened to and tired of the democratic will of the people being ignored ... Anyone who stands up to the establishment or the narratives that are pedalled by mainstream media whores are instantly branded racists, bigots, far-right fascists and extremists. All seems a bit rich don't you think? When it's the left and the establishment that are closing down free speech and attempting to silence anyone who doesn't agree with their stance? It doesn't make you 'right-wing' or extreme for standing up to their corrupt polices or the agendas they push. It doesn't make you 'right-wing' or an 'extremist' for opposing left-wing ideology and indoctrination that is being instigated by the EU and pushed upon the British people by our own weak and spineless politicians."
Free Speech Is Under Imminent Threat in the UK (14 January 2019)
"When Conservative MP Anna Soubry was heckled and insulted outside Parliament recently, fellow MPs expressed outrage - even describing the behaviour as 'fascism'. Widespread press coverage accompanied the furore and poured fuel on to the fire. As is to be expected, this relatively insignificant event has been framed as yet another attack by the so-called 'far right'. Police became involved and calls fro greater restrictions on protest at parliament have been floated. [We] believe that these events demonstrate the greatest threat to democracy in our lifetime; the betrayal of the Brexit referendum result, then the crackdown on protest against pro-Remain MPs. Since this story broke, many have taken to social media to point out a glaring inconsistency. Left-wing activists and groups regularly threaten disruption, and even violence, to shut down events of which they disapprove ... The mainstream press has sown zero interest in the threatening behaviour coming from far-left extremists..."
The Politically Correct Tactics of the Mob Outside Parliament (11 January 2019)
"People are talking about the ugly protests outside Parliament as if they are a new and strange phenomenon in British politics ... It is all so shocking and strange and un-British, commentators claim. Really? To me, the protests look and sound incredibly familiar ... The branding of your opponents as fascists and Nazis ... The casual flinging about of the 'fascist' slur is par for the course these days. Corbynistas do it. Online virtue-signallers do it, in particular against anyone who voted for Brexit. Campus warriors against 'offensive' speech do it all the time ... I've seen it all before ... Indeed, some of the same leftists who are agog at what has happened outside parliament have themselves engaged in the debased PC culture of silencing..."
YOUTUBE: The Nazi Word (10 January 2019) [NB: Bad language at approximately 8:00, 15:00, and 15:40 minutes]
"There's a new n-word in town" / Viewers' comments: "She bangs on about democracy whilst at the same time denying the democratic vote on Brexit. Hypocrisy is the greatest luxury. Raise that double standard Anna!" / "If calling someone a Nazi is a criminal offence, then doesn't that mean that Antifa should be rounded up and arrested? When will this happen?" / "It's okay when I do it! The cry of the modern left" / "If calling someone who is not a Nazi a Nazi is now a crime then I have a very long list of far left activists the police need to talk to" / "You vote, and you vote and you vote. And despite your victories, nothing happens. What do you do when your government doesn't listen to the people who elected it?" / "There are different rules for different people ... Hate speech only applies if you are speaking against certain elites" / "Their crime was speaking those words in a dirty working class accent" / "The political elite have total disregard for the public and democracy. They show contempt for us and are only interested in their own private agendas. They are traitors, hypocrites and socialists. We can't remove them democratically, we have no say in parliament. We can speak peacefully until they outlaw our speech, we voice our displeasure until they make our words illegal. We can vote but they don't implement our demands ... what can be done?"
Busted (10 January 2019)
"Soubry, a remainer, has long advocated the overturning of the referendum. She has in the past called those who voted to leave Nazis and Far Right and traitors. She is not shy in using language that many could take great offence to ... People all over the country have been shut down, screamed at and verbally abused when trying to make a point in public ... Their frustrations are real and anger is clearly growing throughout the country. People feel very let down and trodden on, and that the one thing they do have, the vote, has been ignored, skewered and changed beyond all recognition by an elite of 650 in Westminster..."
Welcome to Our World Anna (09 January 2019)
"[We] watched with interest the scenes at Westminster on Monday 7th January 2019, which included Anna Soubry being called a 'nazi' ... [and] left wing activist Owen Jones being challenged by protestors ... As two individuals [who] regularly use inflammatory language and derogatory terms against people who support Brexit, perhaps they will now consider their own language ... One wonders why the vile abuse Nigel Farage and his family received constantly, or Jacob Rees-Mogg outside his house didn't receive similar attention. Could it be that when 'the right' as determined by the media, or Brexiteers receive it, that's not worth raising? ... We urge politicians such as David Lammy and journalists such as Owen Jones to refrain from calling huge swathes of the population 'fascists and racists'..."
"Any of us that have ... dared to speak out in favour of Brexit ... or spoken publicly against mass uncontrolled immigration ... have been labelled by the Labour supporting Antifa and their various cohorts as 'far right extremists' or 'Nazis'. The mainstream media not only allowed this slander to feature on the news for many years - they facilitated it in their studios without question. When Brexit supporting politicians or personalities were attacked verbally, harassed, intimidated, threatened - this was brushed under the carpet as 'part and parcel of the rough and tumble of political debate'. Now Anna Soubry - an extreme remainer who has devoted every single day since June 2016 to undermining the largest democratic decision in UK history is hit with the very same labels - and remarkably, MPs backed by the MSM start having a fit. They call for the police to silence opposition. A simple message to remainers and their supporters would be: 'If you can't take these offensive insults, then you should stop using them or facilitating them.' It cannot be one rule for one side and a totally different set of rules for another ... Brexiteers across the nation have endured this for years..."
YOUTUBE: The Hypocrisy of British Politicians | Anna Soubry Called 'Nazi' | Leftist Violence Ignored (09 January 2019) [NB: Bad language at approx 18:00 minutes]
Viewers' comments: "Soubry says, 'This is what has happened to our country'. Really? Soubry and politicians like her are what has happened to this country. Politicians and their propaganda machine, 'the so called mainstream media' that have colluded with a foreign power to take away the peoples right to determine who governs and makes laws, destroying democracy for the benefit of a tiny unelected elite. She is a traitor" / "Sounds like the MPs want their bubble protected to distance themselves from the anger of the little people who are living every day with the consequences of said MPs unpopular policies" / "Calling these MPs and Media personalities NAZI is wrong, it's incorrect. Please use the correct terms: Corrupt, Fascist, Authoritarian, Elitist, Globalist, Oligarchical are all appropriate terms. So is Traitor. I sincerely doubt any of the of them are nationalists, and most of them aren't socialists either - they are corporatist - hence the term NAZI is just inappropriate. Likewise MPs and Media calling the protestors NAZI is just plain wrong. Please use the correct terms: Free Speech Activist, Nationalist, Patriot, Anti-Authoritarian, Anti-Terrorist ... Anti-Corruption Activist" / "When people that are morally right are being labelled 'far right nazis' of course there will be outcries! Enough is enough!" / "The double standards and hypocrisy are unbearable" / "Cry us a river Soubry - a supposed Conservative from a Leave constituency who is the most vociferous Remoaner" / "Well Soubry, if you can dish it, then you can take it. The working classes are betrayed by you and your ilk"
British Yellow Vest Who Heckled Pro-EU MP Purged by Facebook and Paypal (09 January 2019)
"Mr Goddard and a small knot of supporters recently approached the Tory MP and her staff near the Palace of Westminster and challenged [Soubry] about campaigning to stop Britain from leaving the EU, despite [Soubry] having claimed to accept the result of the 2016 referendum and acknowledging that 'Brexit means Brexit' before her Leave-voting constituents re-elected her in 2017 ... Goddard and his compatriots have themselves been described as subscribing to 'a type of fascism' by the Speaker of the HofC, John Bercow, and as 'far-right' by media outlets..."
The N-Word is Outlawed (Except to Describe Brexiteers) (08 January 2019)
"Huge news just in. You cannot call anyone a Nazi anymore. It's off the list. At least I think that is the new rule. I assume it is universal and does not just apply to Anna Soubry MP ... Time will tell if this new rule applies across the political and social spectrum, because the last time I checked the Left have spent the last two years calling Leave voters the following names: Little Englanders, fascist, xenophobes, and yes Nazis ... It is nasty, is it not, to have your entire political outlook dismissed by the use of one word - Nazi?..."
I Know How Anna Soubry Feels (08 January 2019)
"I felt a new emotion yesterday: empathy with the Conservative MP and arch-Remainer Anna Soubry ... Soubry said: 'I do object to being called a Nazi.' And I knew just how she felt. Many Leave voters will have. Because for two-and-a-half years we have been similarly libelled as Nazis ... And we know it isn't nice. To be denounced as fascistic simply because you hold a political opinion that others do not like is horrible and demeaning. I am glad it has only happened to you a couple of times, whereas for us Leavers it has felt like a daily occurrence ... day in, day out, in the mutterings of Remain-leaning politicians ... time and again that ugly slur ... But here's a question, a question that demands an answer from all those who are up in arms about the horrible 'Nazi' chants made at Ms Soubry yesterday ... why are you only now offended by Nazi taunts? Where was your outrage during the ceaseless, background noise of Nazi taunts against Leave voters over the past two-and-a-half years?..."
MP Anna Soubry's 'Nazi' Scare is Pure Remainer Propaganda (08 January 2019)
"Today's excuse as to why Brexit mustn't happen is that a gaggle of protestors in yellow vests have been caught on film outside the HofP calling Remainer MP Anna Soubry a 'Nazi'. Anna Soubry has been milking the story for all she is worth. So have the fellow Remainer activists who were handily there to witness and then big up the incident ... For every tiny incident like this ... there are dozens if not hundreds where organised bands of genuinely dangerous, physical violent thugs from Occupy, Momentum, Black Bloc, Black Lives Matter, or similar hard left groups menace, harass, and physically assault their right-wing opponents ... Nazi [is] used by the left all the time to demean, belittle, and misrepresent anyone who ventures an opinion to the right of Jeremy Corbyn's. And if ever Soubry or any other Remainer wants to know what harassment looks like, they should ask Nigel Farage, who has had to put up with death threats, insults, vandalism and attempted assaults for well over a decade, merely for being the public face of a cause which the majority of British people support. Have any of the attacks on Farage received a fraction of the attention given to this minor incident involving Soubry? Of course not. Because unlike Soubry, Farage's politics don't accord with that of the Remain-supporting media..."
Open Letter to Mrs Theresa May (18 December 2018)
"Dear Mrs May, There is a fundamental flaw in your approach to the Brexit negotiations. You are allowing the EU to dictate the terms of the debate and the wider agenda. This is permitting the EU to exercise power and control over our country. I wish to draw your attention to this Oath contained in the 1689 Bill of Rights: ... The EU is arguably a 'foreign' state ... The officials who run the various institutions that the EU is comprised of are certainly 'foreign' persons..."
"Warning! If voted through, this agreement will be irreversible. Parliament will have bound its successors to the EU, possibly into the next century. The Outline Political Declaration prefacing this 'deal' says we share basic values with other EU nations and reaffirms our commitment to the ECHR. This is supposedly the ideological basis for the deal, which binds us closely to the EU for a 'transition' period. However, there are certain essential values that we do not share..."
"Mrs Merkel, speaking to the Konrad Adenauer Foundation on Thursday 22nd November this year, said: 'In this day nation states must today - should today, I say - be ready to give up sovereignty.' This of course was always the idea at the root of the EU project..."
What On Earth is a Europhile? (26 November 2018)
"I've never seen a political mess to match what's going on in Britain today, and I lived in the US during Watergate. The mess doesn't even rate the soubriquet of crisis - it's that much of a mess. And in all such situations language falls one of the first victims. Suddenly, conservatives, so called because they they want to conserve something, in this case Britain's constitution, are described as extremists, romantics or idealists. Those who sling that kind of mud obviously see national sovereignty as an unachievable ideal..."
Withdrawal Agreement - It's Not Just the Backstop (05 February 2019)
"[O]f far more serious concern are the articles which seek to tie the UK to the EU's military projects after March 29th. The arrangements appear as proposals in the Political Declaration, and little is said about defence in the WA itself, but there is sufficient detail to give away what appears to be an attempt to bypass Parliament in the shape of a future defence treaty, to be signed after Brexit Day using ministerial, or 'prerogative' powers delegated by the Crown. The foundations for this future treaty are clearly being laid..."
Former MI6 Chief Tells MPs to Vote Down May's Agreement (07 December 2018)
"[T]he PM's deal constitutes a threat to national security, putting UK forces and intelligence and security interests under the emerging superstructure of EU policy ... The EU will use defence industrial cooperation as a lever to coerce the UK via instruments which have scope to grow beyond recognition ... too little attention has been paid to the security and defence aspects of what officials have agreed ... Figures who served their country at the highest levels are appalled by what the governments has, by stealth, signed away."
*** VITAL READING: ARTICLE BY CIVIL SERVANT WHISTLEBLOWER ***
"The EU's triple lock guarantee is so constructed that never again will Brussels be troubled by an explosion of democracy in the UK. Parliament has one last chance to escape total eclipse - and it is now, by rejecting the Withdrawal Agreement in its entirety"
Everything You Need to Know About This Dog's Breakfast of a Brexit Fiasco (11 December 2018)
"Here is where I think we are: ... "Forget all the confusing details about the Single Market and the Customs Union and the Backstop, the bottom line is this: if in March 2019, Britain finds itself 'leaving' the EU but still constrained by its court rulings and unable to negotiate whichever trading deals it wants with whatever non-EU member states it wants, then democracy has lost, the British people have been betrayed, and the Remain Establishment has won. Last weekend's Brexit Betrayal March was just a polite dress rehearsal..."
Fake Democracy (11 December 2018)
"What should happen if the UK is a truly democratic nation? ... The result - to LEAVE the, in my opinion, corrupt EU gets implemented immediately and the UK once again becomes a proud, independent nation in full control of its own affairs. But of course, 'they' won't do this. These inexperienced know-it-alls are so smart that we must listen to them and appreciate their superiority..."
Delay May (11 December 2018)
"Ms May scrapped today's 'meaningful vote' (one assumes that any other vote in the HoC is meaningless?), postponing it until January 21st while gong to Brussels (going? Crawling on her knees, more like!), to ask her overlords for more of the same ... Well, good luck with that! Mr 'Backstop' Varadkar said immediately that there was nothing to negotiate ... It is of course pure coincidence that she took this decision on the same morning when the ECJ ruled that the UK could unilaterally scrap the Article 50 application..."
The EU's Duplicitous, Destabilising Withdrawal Agreement (06 December 2018)
"The EU largely set the direction for negotiations and resulting actions by Mrs May which ultimately resulted in the proposed agreement. Yet their statements were sometimes disingenuous with the potential to lead to actions damaging to our country ... there was misinformation on the Single Market, free movement of people, costs of Single Market membership and the jurisdiction of the EU's ECJ..."
Humphrys Blasts May: You're Not Listening! (06 December 2018)
"It has to be said that the PM's promised 'tour' to 'open a national conversation' about her wretched Withdrawal Agreement has been nothing of the kind. Basically, it has consisted of her sofa-surfing and channel-hopping from one radio/tv show to the next. However, it has been refreshing to see her roasted and toasted by members of the public and hosts alike. John Humphrys is the latest. Confronting May, he said:..."
Brexit Betrayal: Establishment Will Betray Brexit 'At Any Cost' (04 December 2018)
Gerard Batten said today: "The entire strategy of Mrs May and the political class over the last two years has been to arrive at a 'deal' that was so bad neither Leavers or Remainers would accept it. The narrative they are pushing is that leaving the EU is impossible and therefore Britain has no option but to stay ... I have said all along that Article 50 was a trap designed to delay, impeded and overturn our attempt to leave the EU. I have also said that Article 50 could be discarded, not to stay in the EU, but to unilaterally leave" / Reader's comment: "Although we knew the blighters would oppose us, I think to be honest that the lengths they have gone to, to deceive, blind, twist and insult the British public are quite beyond extraordinary. The hatred is no longer in the closet but out there for all to see. They have behaved like a pit of poisonous snakes, hissing and spitting ... God help us all. We really do have to drain this swamp, utterly and totally"
Brexit: May Deal Set to Fail (03 December 2018)
"We know the Lord delivered the referendum result on 23rd June 2016 solely of his mercy and grace ... Why did our negotiators not simply tell the EU: 'We are leaving on 29th March 2019 on WTO terms'? They could then have said: 'Now, after that date, do you want to trade with us on WTO terms or with a Canada-style arrangement?' But we are, as they say, where we are..."
Why We Need to Ditch Treacherous Theresa's Dreadful Betrayal of Our Country (28 November 2018)
"May keeps rabbiting on about the great future Britain will have outside the EU. But the problem is that May has sold out any chance of us ever getting to this future ... Britain and the EU still have to negotiate our future relationship. Furthermore, as far as I understand, every single European country will have the ability to veto any future trade deal. This gives 27 countries the ability to blackmail Britain and demand anything they want. But Britain hasn't got any cards to play in the negotiations to come..."
Unconditional Surrender (26 November 2018)
"Yesterday was the day our Government, in the form of our PM, unconditionally surrendered to the EU by signing the Withdrawal Agreement. The other, the winning side, not only jubilated - it is already tightening the screws even further. There are some very illuminating remarks made by EU 'diplomats' during that signing 'ceremony' yesterday..."
May's Betrayal Agreement Signed: Britain on the Road to Brexit In Name Only (25 November 2018)
"EU leaders have signed off on the Brexit agreement negotiated with Theresa May, described as 'the worst deal in history' by Leavers. The Remain-voting PM's deal with the EU - if ratified by the British parliament and European parliament - could condemn the United Kingdom to 'perpetual purgatory' or even no Brexit at all, as Britain's departure would be followed by a lengthy 'transition' period in which it would remain subject to all the rules and regulations of an EU member-state, but without representation in the EU's institutions..."
Can People Vote for Slavery? (24 November 2018)
"If a democracy can elect a Marxist government, then there's something fundamentally wrong with the democracy. This conclusion may sound uncomfortable and politically suspect, but it has more to do with logic than with politics. The very essence of Marxism is transferring power to the 'people', which is the Marxist jargon for a small group of bureaucrats running a tyrannical, omnipotent state..."
The Worst Of All Worlds (22 November 2018)
"Brexit is finished, washed up, beaten hollow, dead and gone. That's only the half of it: the other half is that Theresa May - the most duplicitous politician since Edward Heath and the biggest traitor since Judas Iscariot - is still prime minister. That is the shape of it..."
The Great European Union Lie (22 November 2018)
"Most MPs are for Remain because, for 40 years, Westminster deliberately deceived voters about EU domination and control. The May 'deal' is an extension of that program. Most MPs agree to conspire because they could never be MPs, had they refused. This was a key qualification ... MPs were disciplined, if they had any career aspiration, to toe the line and participate in the gigantic lie. Shouty press excepted, broadsheets participated and academia was cheaply bought. Business was blackmailed into participation ... Meanwhile, the EU poisoned society with Project Contempt (misnamed Project Fear)..."
Realpolitik - Where Have You Gone? (19 November 2018)
"Think back to that balmy night on 23rd June 2016. The night when the United Kingdom voted for its independence and freedom from a failing experiment ... That great feeling that the people had taken back control of their destiny and future has been slowly worn down and put through the grinder until it has now been replaced by frustration, anger and despair. Parliament no longer engages with the people. They treat us ... with contempt, insolence and disdain..."
Mrs May: Brussels' Colonial Governor (18 November 2018)
"For those of us who participated in the modern-day Peasant's Revolt ... we must have known in our hearts that it was all doomed, that the establishment would never permit us to leave the EU. For a day or two last week, Mrs May's grotesque deal having provoked condemnation from all sides of the House, it seemed that new leader might emerge and that something of Brexit might be salvaged..."
No Brexit This Way (18 November 2018)
"I wrote at the time of the EU referendum on Britain's future in the EU that, if the vote was to leave, it would never be implemented as Britain's version of the deep state simply would not allow that to happen. In the same way that Trump was never going to be allowed to govern as president in any meaningful sense, too many powerful and Machiavellian forces were at work to keep Britain in the EU in perpetuity..."
May's Headlong Tumble from the Moral High [sic] Ground (18 November 2018)
"'The UK agrees not to prosecute EU employees who are, or might be deemed to be, criminals' (Art 101). Criminals? Actual proven criminals? ... fraud, violence, theft, rape, money laundering, murder, disappearances? And no prosecution, Liberty Hall? ... Anyone who would even contemplate signing the nation up to such an outrage is not just morally bankrupt, but a very dangerous individual indeed."
The Deal - A Brief Look Back in Anger at the Last Four Days (17 November 2018)
"'One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.' That quote came to mind when I looked back at the presentation of the 'Withdrawal Agreement'. I was also reminded of the old footages of a nuclear explosion, after the mushroom cloud..."
Where Do We Go From Here? (16 November 2018)
"May's soft-remain, BRINO-Deal must immediately be repudiated and taken off the table. The EU must be told unequivocally that there will be no further discussion on it, and that it is to all intents and purposes dead. We must still leave all of the EU, the customs union, the internal (single) market, and the jurisdiction of the ECJ, as intended on 29 March 2019, but on No-Deal, WTO terms ... For the Vichy-Tories, the moment of truth has arrived..."
Humiliation: How May's Deal Put Party Before Country (16 November 2018)
"Theresa May has achieved something truly remarkable: she has negotiated a Withdrawal Agreement which is worse than remaining in the European Union. Since the announcement of her universally loathed Chequers plan, it has been clear that a betrayal of the referendum result and the democratic decision of the British people was under way. Yet few could have imagined just how bad the final result would be..."
How to Save Brexit (15 November 2018)
"Take this in. The people of Britain demand control - democratic, sovereign control, over borders, over immigration, over trade - and yet May cedes control to the EU. The largest bloc of voters in the entire history of this nation calls for a clean, radical wresting of political sovereignty back from Brussels, and yet May sells off our sovereignty to Brussels. We say, in our confident, teeming millions, 'Leave the EU'; our political leaders say, 'We're staying in it. In its thrall, under its purview, beholden to its controls.' It's time we reckoned with the enormity of what is happening here ... Which is this:..."
Betrayal In Our Time: Mrs May's Brexit 'Deal' (15 November 2018)
"Last night, watching Mrs May deliver her studiously impassioned (any deal is better than no deal), statement in Downing Street, this question of when is a compromise a betrayal echoed down the decades. May would rather threaten her own people with 'Brexit Reversal' than square up to the EU. Their declarations are 79 years apart but the similarities between May and Chamberlain struck me - stubborn, vain, self-opinionated and dishonest, and under the delusion that what they 'achieve' is the pinnacle of what is politically possible. Well, some may decide to join in this game of pretence and act co-conspirator, but most won't be taken in..."
Briefing Paper on HM Government's Draft EU Withdrawal Agreement (15 November 2018)
"Mrs May's long-awaited Withdrawal Agreement is a complete betrayal of the Referendum decision. It is exactly what I have said would happen for the last two years - we have been presented with a 'Not Really Leaving the EU Withdrawal Agreement.' It will not satisfy Leavers or Remainers. Its intention is to make it possible to reverse the Referendum decision or, if it is implemented, to pave the way for a re-entry to the EU in a few years' time..."
"[She] has swallowed the myth that leaving without a deal is a disaster ... it's not ... She said she was definitely going to leave the customs union and the single market, and that didn't last five minutes in negotiations ... she is so secretive so while she had Brexit secretaries who were doing the main job, she had her own little cabal in Downing Street of solid Remainers and they did their own thing, the Chequers agreement..."
May Wounded? No, Her Surrender Plan is Bang on Target (14 December 2018)
"The Brexiteers have been played. Game, set and match to Mrs May and Number Ten's Stasi operation ... the vote of confidence in her has released her from party obligations, freeing her to do what cross-party deals she wants and kill any possibility of a WTO No-deal. Two fingers up to the normal rules of politics, her team of remainers helping her and we'll be in the customs union until the time is deemed ripe to reapply to the EU on bad terms ... This is not a woman of conscience..."
This Is the Death Of the Tory Party As We Knew It (12 December 2018)
"May's survival speaks to the Tory Party's death. This is a PM who has clearly betrayed the largest democratic vote in British history, and most of her party colleagues, Leavers and Remainers, know this. And still they cannot muster up the courage to push her aside. This is a PM who is reneging on the Tories' own manifesto promise to leave the Customs Union and the Single Market, and her her MPs know this. Yet they still cannot bring themselves to utter the words, 'No confidence' ... precisely at a time when Britain needs courageous, ideal-driven politicians, we have cowardly technocratic ones ... We vote for radical political and national change and they can't even bring themselves to change party leader..."
Mrs May Faces No-Confidence Vote (12 December 2018)
"Theresa May said this morning she would fight the no-confidence vote with 'Everything I've got'. She added: 'A new leader wouldn't have time to re-negotiate a withdrawal agreement and get the legislation through Parliament by March 29, so one of their fist acts would have to be extending ort rescinding Article 50, delaying or even stopping Brexit when people want us to get on with it.' Well, that depends on whom any new leader is. If they were a Remainer, it might almost be true, although any PM who extends Article 50, let alone withdraws it, would find his position untenable..."
Upcoming Confidence Vote on Theresa May (12 December 2018)
"Remain supporting MPs ... are trying to shore up support for the PM by saying that in the event of a new leader being elected then Brexit will have to be delayed. I must admit that we in Britain are in a horrible place politically at the moment. We have a government that unduly leans towards Remain and are failing to implement the Brexit we voted for. But we are also faced with the prospect of the country being wrecked by socialists if an election is called and the Tories lose..."
Snakes in the Grass (08 December 2018)
"The PM takes the view that to accommodate the views of both the Remainers and the Leavers it is her duty to find a compromise to settle the issue. NO, PM, that is not how our constitution works! In British 'first past the post' elections, the winner takes all. By your compromises you are opening the door ever wider to a Corbyn administration ... You have lost the plot, you've lost control of your Party and, unforgivably, you are on the cusp of selling us out to the EU ... Just GO ..."
A Messy Brexit Explained (07 December 2018)
"Under the EU (Withdrawal) Act 2018, if the Commons refuses to approve 'the deal', the government must, within 21 days, 'set out how Her Majesty's government proposes to proceed' and seven days later place a motion before parliament for it to approve or reject its plan. Under section 2 of the Fixed-Term Parliament Act 2011, if a government loses a vote of confidence, then unless the HofC finds confidence in a new government within 14 days, a General Election shall be called, to take place six weeks later. Under Conservative party leadership rules, if 48 Tory MPs submit letters of no confidence in the party leader, a no confidence vote in her shall be held..."
YOUTUBE: Go - In The Name of God, Begone And Let Us Have Done With You (25 November 2018)
"The parallels between Oliver Cromwell's speech dismissing the self serving and unrepresentative Rump Parliament & the situation today with the current Conservative, Liberal Democrat majority in the house of Commons are uncanny. Both Parliaments put the privileges of their members ahead of the well-being & prosperity of those whom they were elected to serve."
You Can't Trample On Me, Mrs May (20 November 2018)
"The Telegraph reports that the hapless, helpless and hopeless Mrs May's latest political insight is that a vote of no confidence in her could stop Brexit. Clearly the Maybot has no sense of irony. She alone leads the government that has failed to deliver an opportunity for Brexit as enunciated in her Lancaster House speech and which corresponded with what the majority of the population who voted 'Out' understood Brexit to mean. She alone has been frightened of being premier of the fifth-largest economy in the world, one of the oldest democracies and one of just five members of the UN Security Council ... With hubris and chutzpah ... having broken her promises she now expects the nation to accept that the WA will be fine, because it contains a EU promise..."
You Must Get Rid of 'Broken Promises' May: An Open Letter to Tory MPs (18 November 2018)
"Dear Member of the Parliamentary Conservative and Unionist Party, ... The PM has taken 'personal responsibility' for the plan. She remains intransigent that it cannot be altered nor replaced. It is 'her Brexit' or no Brexit ... toxic to Leave and to Remain ... Since when was democratic governance to be bargained away by UK MPs? This is happening, as long as the PM is in place, and means that public trust in our very democratic system, is even now being eroded. You are the trustees of UK democracy..."
James Goddard on the Truth About the UK 'Yellow Vests' (11 January 2019)
"The UK Yellow Vests have had enough of what is taking place in this country, our great country is going down the pan due to EU rule and exhaustive regulation and legislature. Members of the Yellow Vests have expressed their deep concerns about globalism and the political elite, the establishment and the ruling class. The Yellow Vests say that they are sick to [the] back teeth of the hypocrisy and double standards, the 'gestapo' police, a 'totalitarian' state that is run by 'fascists' in the government whose strings are pulled from Brussels. We want our sovereignty back, we want our country to be run from here and for those who are making the decisions to be held accountable like the rest of us are. We want Brexit as we voted for it, we stand as one. We want justice, freedom and respect..."
"Time to take up the spirit of Oliver Cromwell ... to regain what's rightfully ours ... trade on WTO terms, our fishing industry was decimated by the EU, we've seen mass migration, we've seen the outsourcing of all our factories going into the EU ... This country has been raped and pillaged and it's time we stood up for what we believed in..."
Brexit Betrayal March: A New Grassroots Movement? (28 December 2018)
"Everyone was against us. But in the event, it was our opponents who were on the losing side ... the whole political class - left and right, Brexit and Remain, political parties, activist groups and mainstream media - was united in its opposition to us, which as far as I am concerned is a great place to be ... David needs a Goliath to show what he's got ... the militants, violent thugs and hate-fuelled fascists were found only amongst the counter-protestors, while our Brexit Betrayal rally was a huge and entirely peaceful family-friendly affair..."
YOUTUBE: Brexit Betrayal March - Media Said 1,500 But Evidence Shows Tens of Thousands! (14 December 2018)
"If you ever wanted an example of how much the media and establishment LIE to you it is this video. Every mainstream media outlet reported that only 1500 to 2000 people turned out in protest at the Brexit betrayal; when in fact tens of thousands turned out as can be seen [here]! The MSM are the enemy of the people and report what they want you to hear rather than the truth" / Viewers' comments: "MSM telling lies again? Imagine... my... shock..." / "Never ever believe the media" / "Also note that many of these people had to make the trip to London at great expense. No Soros funded buses for these people!" / "I never get tired of seeing so many British patriots marching for their country. Bravo" / "Solidarity to our British friends, long live sovereignty of nations!"
Gerard Batten Speech to 'Brexit Means Exit' Rally (12 December 2018)
"The best definition of democracy ever given was that by Abraham Lincoln, 'Government of the people, by the people, for the people.' What we have now in the UK is a government of the people, by the EU, for the EU. We no longer live in a democracy. For forty-five years membership of the EU has been a cancer at the heart of our politics and national life. In 1973 we joined the EEC. From the start we were lied to about its true nature. Over the years we have been lied to time and time again ... as more and more powers were transferred to Brussels ... On 23rd June 2016, 17.4million people voted to leave the EU. Despite all the lies told by the Remain side. Despite the political, media and international establishments campaigning for Remain, they still lost. The British people saw to the heart of the question and decided by a majority that they wanted self-government and not rule from Brussels..."
Brexit Betrayal Rally Turned Out 17,000, Not 3,000 (12 December 2018)
"The crowd stretched from the Cenotaph in Whitehall to the back of Whitehall and even onto parliament Square ... which gives an approximate crowd surface area of 6850m². Assuming an average crowd density of 2.5 people per m² (a conservative estimate at best), the crowd contained a huge 17,125 people - and potentially thousands more..."
The Great Brexit Betrayal March - A Personal Account (11 December 2018)
"Most of those attending were plainly motivated by disgust at and hatred of the EU and the damage it is doing to the national sovereignty of its members. The people attending were black, white, Christian, Jewish and of many faiths and none. The one commonality I found for the majority of the demonstrators is that they were working class or lower middle class. This is not surprising as it is these classes that have often suffered the most from the EU's influence on British life and governance..."
Brexit Rally Report (11 December 2018)
"Magnificent, patriotic, impeccable behaviour, bulldog spirit, joyous, defiant, vocal, loud, good humoured, outraged and concerned citizens [sic], true Britons, well organised, well policed, the whole country represented, large crowd..."
Here's to You, Mr Robinson (11 December 2018)
"To listen to the media coverage and newspaper reviews of [Sunday's] Brexit march in London, you'd think they were describing the Nuremberg Rally: 'Thugs everywhere; flags with swastikas; incessant talk about Islam; cult following of Tommy Robinson' are just a few of the things I've heard since I woke up at 6am. You only have to look at the numerous videos of the event on social media to see those lies for what they are..."
YOUTUBE: The British Protest Against the Brexit Betrayal (10 December 2018)
"These people are not tattooed thugs, these people are decent hard working British people who dare to protest against a corrupt government who are betraying the biggest democratic vote in British history" / Viewers' comments: "Don't give up, you guys!" / "To see the people in the streets standing up against these narcissistic elitist politicians gives me hope that Britain does have a chance" / "It is not racist to love your country, it is true patriotism" / "This England, our England, this green and pleasant land" / Absolutely fantastic day!" / "Brings tears to my eyes seeing so many British patriots marching and singing together"
YOUTUBE: UKIP Brexit Betrayal March, Labour Violence, and the Lying BBC (10 December 2018)
Viewers' comments: "Important video" / "Thanks Politico for honest exposure of the left wing sophists and lying media ... The anti-Brexit Momentum mob are not far off becoming like Hitler's brownshirts" / "The police have finally realised who the fascists are... about time" / "These are dangerous and deluded people" / "Antifa, the party of reason, lol!" / "Laura Parker - the only fascists are you and the party you represent" / "If the violence was from the Brexit march it would be headline news. It is sickening" / "The BBC and Guardian lying? Surely not!" / "MSM are being debunked on a daily basis... glorious, isn't it" / "The more [the MSM] lie, the more will wake up" / "Surprised at the length of time its taking the British people to wake up"
YOUTUBE: Brexit Betrayal March - Owen Jones Versus Truth! (10 December 2018)
"So for the benefit of the Left who believe Owen Jones tells the truth, here is a small video to prove [otherwise] ... Many on the Left have the best intentions, like we do, but are being taken for fools by these lying Marxist/socialist traitors" / Viewers' comments: "Projection much: Racist, fascist, bigots = decent, hard-working people, who take pride in standing up for their country. Owen Jones et al = people who are happy to sell their country out to the highest bidder / "It was a great march, very friendly, everyone helpful, police chatty and smiling. The speeches were good and informative, all in all a great family day out"
"Owen Jones branded hard working-class Brexiteers as 'Fascist Weirdos' Sunday in a vile hate filled rant on his Twitter feed. An estimated 10,000 people turned up to back UKIP's march for a Hard Brexit but Owen claimed just 1,000 turned up and then attacked the hard-working Brexiteers, the very people Labour need to win a general election. He started ranting, attacking Tommy Robinson like a petulant school child claiming the AntiFa-Labour march was 'bigger' than the UKIP march ... The Met reported three arrests ... all on the Labour side."
YOUTUBE: The Truth About the Brexit Betrayal Rally (10 December 2018) [NB. Bad language at the very end]
"The media narrative surrounding the Brexit Betrayal rally is totally and utterly false" / Viewers' comments: "Owen ... everyone you don't agree with is a fascist ... We must silence all criticism, sanitize the internet, leave the power to unelected bureaucrats forcing the entire continent to follow their vision of a superstate, threatening and sanctioning those who won't go along with their destruction of national and cultural identity, who aim to solidify their power with an army and are accountable to no one. Not wanting to do so is... Fascism!" / "The dawn of double think is upon us. Every British news channel and newspaper are claiming that Leave supporters were a few hundred and violent, and the Pro-European Union and so-called anti-fascist supporters were 15,000 strong and peaceful" / "Owen Jones must have learned his journalistic skills from Joseph Goebbels and ... his maths from Diane Abbot!" / "These 'anti-fascists' are in fact 'Inter-National Socialists' Authoritarians" / "Everything Jones has said can be easily disproved by watching the videos. It's really sad that such an influential person can blatantly lie to promote his own agenda ... it just confirms that the media he represents is Fake News ... what is also sad is that people will echo his words without fact checking" / "[P]oor little Owen. The epitome of the useful idiot"
Now We Have Seen Momentum's True Colours (10 December 2010)
"[A]s Europe teeters on the brink of continent-wide revolt, what is Momentum doing? It's popping into London to scream 'fascists!' at largely working-class people who are concerned about the betrayal of Brexit. In the bad optics stakes this is up there with Gordon Brown branding an elderly lady who raised concerns about mass immigration a 'bigoted woman' ... to brand as Nazis a gathering of people concerned about Theresa May's awful deal; to play-act at chasing down fantasy fascists rather than taking sides against the very real forces infuriating millions of ordinary Europeans right now: the technocratic elites ... what we had in Sunday's counter-protest was ... mostly middle-class leftists shouting abuse at working-class people ... plummy leftists [spending] a day hurling epithets at notably less well-off people ... To travel into London and libel normal, politically worried people as fascists is a pretty low form of politics and a searing indictment of Corbynistas' distance from the Brexit worldview and by extension from public sentiment. This is about more than optics, it speaks to the great moral and political error that the British left has made since the populist revolt began, and particularly since the vote for Brexit..."
"Sometimes you can measure your own success in the response of your opponents and the fact that the only real negative that the mainstream media could place against the 'Brexit Means Exit' march and rally was to hyperinflate the number of counter-demonstrators and even then all reports were forced to concede that patriots thronged through London's streets in their 'thousands'. Apocalyptic predictions of violent scenes simply turned to dust and this flatfooted the MSM's response..."
YOUTUBE: Brexit Betrayal Rally: All the Speeches (09 December 2018)
Viewers' comments: "Watched the ITV news tonight and there was barely a mention of this demonstration. Presumably there were no football hooligans 'tattooed to the eyeballs' to film" / "Turn off the Mainstream Media and wake up. Our country needs you" / "As far as the eyes could stretch there were proud British people feeling joy ... What a great bunch of speakers ... Super proud to have been a part of this march" / "True Brits that love their country, history, and culture. If this is Far Right, I am far right"
YOUTUBE: SWOT Analysis Brexit Betrayal March, Antifa, Media Games (09 December 2018)
Viewers' comments: "What a fantastic day, one of the best moments for me was seeing a police officer with tears in her eyes when Rule Britannia and National Anthem played at the end ... the police were with us, not policing us" / "I was there ... it was peaceful and friendly with joking and laughs with the police" / "I mingled both marches to see for myself. The Brexit march was a mixed crowd of friendly folk, Definitely not 'fascists' ... The Brexit march was big, peaceful and positive ... The pro-EU march was a sorry mix of old communist and very young masked up Antifa posers (who strutted down the road in blackshirts). Pro-establishment puppets in other words" / "I was on the Brexit Betrayal march and it was a wonderful, joyful occasion. It brought together all sorts of people - even one or two oddities - and it felt like we were friends. The police were great. In fact, there was hardly a sign of them! Great speeches, all of them, I didn't hear anything from Antifa. Great day!" / "I was there yesterday and there were people from all ethnic backgrounds on the Brexit march, peaceful, no trouble, overall a great day. Look at the opposing march - people with faces covered up wanting to rip down fences to get to us" / "There were masses of us! Everyone was super happy and the police were smiling and chatting with us. What a day"
"Tomorrow, London will host what organisers hope will be a massive demonstration for Brexit and against Treason May's sell-out Withdrawal Agreement. Following the march, an array of heavy weight speakers will take to the stage to address the crowd. Gerard Batten will be the first speaker, talking about May's betrayal of the 17.4 million Leaver voters..."
"The event, which is being held two days before Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement is to be voted on in Parliament will be the largest pro-Brexit even of the year. UKIP Leader Gerard Batten said, 'I call on all Brexiteers across the nation to join us this Sunday in London to send a message loud and clear that the British people will not accept Mrs May's total capitulation to the European Union..."
"This is a cross-party People's Rally to show our MPs that the 17.4 million who voted Leave really meant what we said! We need as many people here as possible. UKIP Leader Gerard Batten will be speaking on the political aspects of Brexit ...There will also be speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales explaining how the very Union of the United Kingdom is under threat. This will be a democratic and peaceful demonstration expressing the strength of feeling amongst Leavers despite the torrent of anti-Brexit propaganda we have been exposed to for almost two and a half years."
"This march ... will be addressed by Lord Pearson and others who are concerned about the way that the Brexit process is being mismanaged ... come to London on 9th December and make your voice heard and call for the Brexit we voted for and not the disaster of the quasi-Brexit that May is leading the country towards. Let's get our marching shoes on and tell both the government and the disgraceful Left and Islamic Europhiles that we need the Brexit we voted for, nothing more and nothing less."
"Brexit march 9th December, please go" / Viewer's comment: "Leaving was never difficult unless your sole intention was never to leave ... Repeal 1972, go to the EU and let them choose between a free trade deal or WTO ... simple, if you have a spine"
"The Conservative government has published their full Brexit legal advice after they were yesterday found in contempt of court for withholding the document, revealing that Britain could be trapped in negotiations with the EU for years after the planned date of Brexit..."
"This note sets out my advice on the question I have been asked as follows: What is the legal effect of the UK agreeing to the Protocol to the Withdrawal Agreement on Ireland and Northern Ireland in particular its effect in conjunction with Articles 5 and 184 of the main Withdrawal Agreement?..."
YOUTUBE: Jacob Rees-Mogg Brexit Speech (14 December 2018)
Viewers' comments: "JRM possesses the most important and sadly missing qualities that every politician must have: statesmanship, integrity, humility, respect, serious mind, sparkling intellect, strong understanding of democracy and the rule of law" / "Wonderful to be able to hear JRM speak, without the constant barracking and interruptions by some hack tv 'journalist'" / "This man talks from the heart and does not need a script. He speaks for me, an Englishman, on the subject of my country" / "The only British politician with ANY credibility. He speaks with such clarity and common sense" / "Mogg epitomises how the brits used to be: witty, well spoken, refined, intelligent, tough, and brave"
YOUTUBE: Lawful Rebellion and Brexit (09 December 2018)
"As Brexit is betrayed by the establishment, what recourse do the British people have? Are they legally allowed to act outside the democratic system when it's broken?" / Viewers' comments: "Most people in the UK haven't got a clue about the British Constitution. Is it any wonder why the government repeatedly subverts the people" / "There's a reason why we never learned about the British Constitution in school and it's all about control. If we're not aware of the rights we have, we'll never actually know how to respond to government when it does something unlawful or against the will of the people" / "Sovereignty belongs to the people and is loaned via GE, it never belonged to the MPs and it wasn't theirs to hand to a higher power/authority without the people's consent in 1975" / "They'll never quite get what they want, as the feet on that statue tell us that iron and clay will not mix! We have the LORD on our side, and the fight is spiritual anyhow. But I DO think that we must protect what God ordained, which is 'Nations, not Babel Tower'. That's what this is really about, and the enemy is using the psychopaths do to do it"
YOUTUBE: David Cameron: "Your Decision. Not Politicians. Not Parliament. Just You" (Uploaded 06 December 2018)
"If we vote to leave, we will leave. There'll not be another renegotiation or another referendum" / Viewers' comments: "But we didn't know what we were voting for apparently! This should be played every 15 minutes in parliament" / "'This will be an In or Out referendum' (That is, if you vote to remain. Vote to leave and we will do everything in our power to nullify the vote)" / "Sounds like Mrs May didn't get the memo" / "Once upon a time it was Parliament against the Monarchy, now who is going to protect the people from parliament?" / "The word TREASON exists for a reason" / "'An in or out referendum'. He lost his way - he should have been a comedian" / "When I voted to leave, what I really meant was... Give them 39 billion and agree to the next round of the 7 year spending, agree to the new rules proposed by the commission and accept the ECJ rulings. Isn't democracy fun?" / "Of course, they never thought we'd dare to be so uppity and vote to leave their precious EU. It didn't take long for those promises to get thrown out the window" / "The time could be coming when its Roundheads vs Cavaliers again, but this time it will be Leavers and Remoaners" / "You see, remainers. Once in a generation choice. Now respect democracy. WTO now" / "They never meant it. Amusing that this was meant to make us vote Remain at the time" / "A lying politician... well what a shock"
YOUTUBE: Derailing Brexit (02 December 2018)
"A very frank video about how Brexit has been derailed, because people foolishly trusted the establishment. Also explaining that there will be no democratic way out of the EU if we continue on the present trajectory, and that time is running out."
YOUTUBE: Theresa May's Brexit Agreement Triumph (29 November 2018)
Viewers' comments: "So we will be held hostage until we pay the ransom" / "The final nail in the UK's perceived democracy" / "It gets more disgusting by the day" / "It seems the EU will also have control of the British armed forces" / "May is the only person who can go into an arab bazaar to haggle over a trinket and give away her worldly possessions for it" / "Tyrannical rule by corrupted government" / "Sunday Dec 9th London... It will be under reported, rubbished by the media, they will lie about how many there are... But if you can possible manage it, BE THERE. We have to make a stand. Even Remainers should march ... Unless they believe the ends always justifies the means and democracy doesn't matter?"
YOUTUBE: May is Turning Into Heath (26 November 2018)
Viewers' comments: "The Government's mandate is to leave the EU lock, stock and barrel, leaving Britain in the same position as it was prior to being hoodwinked into joining the EEC/EU in 1975. Clearly our Government/Theresa Dismay have no intention of bringing this about ... the remit is to leave, not to 'deal'. Our Government is ignoring the will of the people and by doing so risks a constitutional crisis" / "The wretched woman has been lying to us from day one and seems to have no conscience about it at all ... Depressing days ahead I fear" / "Our kids deserve better than a life subject to an unaccountable illegal racket dictatorship" / "Our leaders are traitors. Nothing less, nothing more. They are literally selling this country out" / "The worst is the youth of Britain doesn't see the importance of the freedom of your own fatherland as a free and Sovereign Nation and State"
YOUTUBE: Go - In The Name of God, Begone And Let Us Have Done With You (25 November 2018)
"The parallels between Oliver Cromwell's speech dismissing the self serving and unrepresentative Rump Parliament & the situation today with the current Conservative, Liberal Democrat majority in the house of Commons are uncanny. Both Parliaments put the privileges of their members ahead of the well-being & prosperity of those whom they were elected to serve."
YOUTUBE: UK/EU Political Declaration Explained (22 November 2018)
"Today the Prime Minister announced that she had agreed on the Political Declaration between the UK and the EU, which is an entirely separate document to her 585-page Withdrawal Agreement. It was leaked pretty quickly, so we all got an opportunity to see exactly what the plan entails."
YOUTUBE: Brexit Betrayal Feature with Gerard Batten (21 November 2018)
"Gerard Batten talks about Theresa May's total capitulation, how Britain can fight back against the Brexit betrayal and much more in this short feature" / Viewer's comment: "This deal makes us a 'slave state', paying money to obey the EU"
YOUTUBE: Brexit Deal is Even Worse Than I Thought (20 November 2018)
Viewers' comments: "May has made the UK a laughing stock" / "I would just leave and beg less insane countries to help out for a while. EU is imploding anyway sooner or later" / "We need a hard Brexit without paying the EU a penny... it's so obvious now how the EU operate" / "The British people won't do anything. We have seen racially motivated gang-rape of a million children - people marching against this are called racists" / "This is not a deal. These are terms of surrender" / "May and her ministers are morally bankrupt quislings bent on destroying the UK via mass immigration" / "This feels as though the pieces are being put into place for a war" / "This 'deal' confirms that they have made a pact with the real doctor Faustus and sold their soul (the people's souls) to the all-devouring monster that operates behind the facade of the EU. But devils always think of themselves as being the most benevolent and righteous beings under Satan"
YOUTUBE: Brexit Betrayal - The Worst Deal in History (18 November 2018)
Viewers' comments: "I'm glad that we've finally surrendered to Europe. Independence is for racists" / "Notice ... how deceitfully she has changed referring to Brexit as 'leaving the EU' into 'negotiating our future relationship with the EU'. We are not leaving... we are just exchanging rooms for the broom cupboard under the stairs" / "They never had any intention of going through with Brexit ... It's as undemocratic and disgusting as it gets. Shame on these people" / "How can anyone hate their country so much they won't even SLIGHTLY fight for it?"
YOUTUBE: Top 5 Reasons to Oppose the Withdrawal Agreement (17 November 2018)
"Why Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement locks the UK into the EU in perpetuity" / Viewers' comments: "The EU would keep us in a cupboard, the doors of which would only be opened briefly to extract the requisite amount of cash at periodic intervals, then closed again" / "Independence for us is now essential to the survival of our culture" / "Theresa May is a globalist. Her loyalty is not with the British people ... In several speeches she has given since becoming PM, and lately on her tour to Africa, she has made mention 'sustainable development' and reassuring Britain's commitment to Agenda 2030 (formerly Agenda 21) ... Agenda 2030 is the UN's push for a Global partnership (socialism under one world government) governing every facet of life ... being in the EU is an important part of that agenda"
YOUTUBE: Brexit Sabotage and the Price of Freedom (16 November 2018)
Viewers' comments: "So, Britain fought the Second World War to avoid German tyranny - but now has decided to submit to tyranny" / "When a direct vote is meaningless, then what is the worth of your democracy?" / "Frankly, if you still support the EU you have no respect for democracy" / "This is why you never let the government take your guns" / "A remainer sabotaged Brexit. Imagine my shock"
YOUTUBE: The Truth About Brexit (2018) (15 November 2018)
"We've all been betrayed by a globalist cabal that planned to cancel Brexit from the very start" / Viewers' comments: "Sovereignty is precious and invaluable. t disgusts me to see British sovereignty thrown away so carelessly through such foolishness as perpetrated by May" / "I think if Britain fails in this ONE matter of Brexit, there is no hope for the rest of the 'civilised' 'democratic' free world" / "Big Government always ends in tyranny"
YOUTUBE: Rees Mogg Press Conference (15 November 2018)
Viewer's comment: "I voted remain, but I respect the vote and am outraged that Theresa May is bending the knee to Brussels in any way. We voted to leave the European Union. That means leave. That means hard borders"
You Can Judge a Person By the Company They Keep (10 July 2018)
"So, how about our great leader ... here she is with the Useless Drunk ... with the rulers of Europe ... Here she is with two of the greatest leaders of our time ... I couldn't find a photo of May with Nigel Farage..."
Treacherous Theresa the T*** Polisher (09 July 2018)
"I guess we always knew the ruling elites would keep us tied to the EU as a vassal region of a resurgent German Fourth Reich. But still, it may come as a shock to many when they realise the extent of our rulers' betrayal of the result of a democratic referendum..."
The Wound of This Brexit Betrayal Will Never Heal (07 July 2018)
"The entire political class has conspired against Brexit and, at least for the moment, it has won. What happened yesterday was a truly terrible defeat, not just for Brexit, but for our system of government and our entire sense of ourselves. Representative democracy has been on borrowed time for some years now ... Parliament could have acted nobly, swallowed its pride and respected the result..."
Brexit According to EU Rules is Not Brexit (07 July 2018)
"The EU harms Britain and all European countries in the most fundamental way - it has taken away our right to decide the kind of society we wish to live in. Time after time, people have democratically decided a way forward, but the EU disagreed and the public voice was silenced. This has happened in referendum after referendum, notably in France, the Netherlands and Ireland. The same is now happening with Brexit, and it's happening with the complicity of our government..."
No! No! No! (07 July 2018)
"Now we know! See today's headlines in the MSM: Theresa May and her remainer colleagues have indeed sold us out yesterday at Chequers ... It is quite obvious that this is the BRINO we all feared. It is indeed a capitulation..."
The Final Betrayal of Brexit (07 July 2018)
"It would be dishonest to say that the outcome of the Chequers summit on Friday evening came as a surprise. To any careful observer of the antics of the Conservative Party since David Cameron toppled from power in summer 2016, it was obvious there was little hunger to implement a meaningful Brexit and Theresa May has continually shown vacillating weakness..."
"Steve Baker, who resigned from the Department for Exiting the EU shortly after Secretary of State David Davis, has slammed Theresa May's ultra-soft Brexit plan and the Remainer establishment ... It has been common knowledge that Remain-supporting Theresa May and her main Brexit advisor, unelected bureaucrat and Soviet Union admirer Olly Robbins, have increasingly undercut and overruled the Dept for Exiting the EU..."
"Brexit Secretary David Davis resigned from Theresa May's government late on Sunday night, followed swiftly by junior ministers Steve Baker and Suella Braverman ... Davis [outlined] his belief that [the ultra-soft Brexit plan] 'hands control of large swathes of our economy to the EU and is certainly not returning control of our laws in any real sense'..."
Brexiteers, Go Down in Flames of Glory! (06 July 2018)
"Well, the fix is in. It is to be as the pessimists feared - Brexit In Name Only. A process that was started with great courage by the electorate ends in cowardice, failure and moral corruption by our 'leaders'. The people have been let down by the politicians in a way that may have terrible repercussions for the rest of our lives..."
The Dimming of Democracy (08 July 2018)
"It is time to put Theresa May's betrayal of Brexit into its proper historical context. Her plan for Remain by another name, to keep Britain entangled in the rules and laws of an institution that 17.4 million of us instructed our politicians to leave, represents a blow not only to Brexit, but to democracy itself ... May and virtually the entire establishment make it clear that they value some voices more than others..."
The Chequers Cabinet Conclusions - An Assessment (07 July 2018)
"Lawyers for Britain Chairman Martin Howe QC has prepared a Chequers Briefing memo which assess the details of the Chequers Statement from HM Government. Although the statement is brief and lacks much of the detail which is expected to be in the government's White Paper to be published next week, some of his key conclusions are:..."
Open Letter from Gerard Batten to Theresa May (09 July 2018)
"Dear Mrs May, I write to you as the Leader of UKIP, the Party that brought about the Referendum, and the Party that did more than any other body to achieve the Leave vote. The vote to Leave was an historic victory - won against all the odds. You were a steadfast Remainer in the campaign, but nevertheless you sought and won the office of Prime Minister. The single most important task in your new role was to deliver the decision of the Referendum. That decision was very clear: to take Britain out of the European Union..."
The Apparat is Invincible (10 July 2018)
"Our government isn't a democracy in the strict etymological sense of the word, nor even figuratively. It's not the rule of the people; it's the rule over the people. ... Our government has no balance of power - this was replaced by dictatorship of the Commons a long time ago, but now it's not even that. The Cabinet doesn't exercise executive power, and nor does Parliament have legislative supremacy. The PM has little control over the Cabinet, which doesn't matter very much because the Cabinet has little control over anything. We aren't ruled by the monarch, the people, Parliament, the Cabinet or the PM. We're ruled by the apparat..."
A Fake Sovereignty From a Fake Conservative Government (08 July 2018)
"In 1997, the weak Conservative Government led by John Major suffered a catastrophic defeat, their worst since 1906., losing 100 seats and ushering the era of Blair. In the aftermath of the Chequers conference and the Cabinet Agreement to support May's new deal on Brexit, it seems that 5th May 2022 will see history repeat itself as this weak, unpopular and traitorous Vichy Conservative administration is swept from power. The omens are grim for May..."
YOUTUBE: My View on Brexit (11 July 2018)
Viewers' comments: "Good assessment of what is happening" / "I agree with you" / "Good video ... Like your review of the shambles that is Brexit" / "You are stating exactly what I was thinking" / "You explained it well" / "It's not an uneducated opinion. You feel the same as every single person who voted to leave the eussr" / "Sounds like you got it all right to me" / "I agree with everything you said" / "Good talk" / "Absolutely correct" / "You shouldn't keep apologising for 'being uneducated' ... breadth of view and open-mindedness are just as valid and important, and in some ways crucial to the quasi-journalistic role you adopt. The ability to extract valid date and opinion, analyse that information and interpret it into a digestible form is not a dark art exclusive to those who hold degrees or PhDs"
YOUTUBE: The Absolute State of #Brexit (10 July 2018)
"Britain is a country of lions being led by a jellyfish" / Viewers' comments: "The UK is setting the precedent of what happens when you leave the EU. Please, for your own sake and that of all us Europeans who want the EU to disappear, do whatever it takes to get Brexit done right" / "Eurocrat attempts to centralize Europe will not only fail, but are tyrannical ... the beast is flailing around, in its death throes as we speak ... Soon, maybe even a year or two hence, there won't be an EU to try to exit from."
YOUTUBE: UK Column News - 10th July 2018 [Start-17.45] (10 July 2018)
"HofC briefing on new deal / Treason May: a redefinition of the term 'sovereign' / A 'facilitated customs arrangement' (customs union) / Cameron's best of both worlds: UK's special status in a reformed EU / Under the veneer of Brexit, TPP is back."
YOUTUBE: Theresa May's Complete Brexit Betrayal (09 July 2018)
Viewers' comments: "Sounds like UKIP isn't a party with an end goal, after which it can go home; rather it is a necessary pushback against globalist influences, and it needs to be sustained for the forseeable future. Settle in for the long haul. Like personal hygiene, this will be lifelong practice to prevent the disease from taking hold" / "A Remainer PM, A Remainer Chancellor, A Remainer Foreign Secretary, A Remainer Home Secretary, A Remainer Defence Secretary. YEP! It sure looks like a 'BREXIT Government from here!" / "I know a girl that's getting beaten by her husband on a daily basis. So she wanted a divorce. He agreed in principle, but said he needed some more time to work out the details. Now, it's two years later. She is still with him. He is never going to let her go you see."
YOUTUBE: What They're Not Telling You About the Brexit Sellout (09 July 2018)
"Brexit has been betrayed. Theresa must go." / Viewers' comments: "May is absolutely unsuitable for the Brexit. Best wishes from Germany" / "She has betrayed her flag, her country, the law of the land and the trust of her people and their sovereign right of the ballot" / "UK definitely has a swamp of its own to drain" / "Here in Brazil we are also fighting the bloated left trying to get more power and ruin even more the economy, stay strong, UK."
YOUTUBE: UKIP Leader Gerard Batten on Theresa May's Betrayal of the British People (08 July 2018)
Viewers' comments: "Her utter contempt for democracy is disgraceful ... Will be a member of UKIP by the end of this week" / "Ukip have my vote" / "I have just joined after 65 years Tory voter" / "I joined UKIP today because of May's reason" / "The conservative party won't listen to even the largest demonstration while they're still polling at 42%. A UKIP surge is the only thing that will make them change their minds" / "UKIP is now the only credible alternative to the Tory/Labour/Libdem parties who all support the EU status quo and are working flat out to erase the British Nation & culture" / "Having voted Tory for 40 years I have finally bit the bullet and turned my back on the Tories. I have just joined UKIP" / "The other parties are now rotten to the core - there comes a time when the old rubbish must be swept away. If everyone who voted Leave voted UKIP, we would see a restoration of sanity in this country."
My first thought, when Theresa May was made Prime Minister just after the referendum in June 2016, was that putting a Remainer in charge of Brexit would be like putting the Pope in charge of the Protestant Reformation: It ain't gonna happen...
"To the best of my knowledge no democratic country has ever voluntarily agreed to a treaty in which it agrees that a foreign power may, if it so wishes, overrule that country's laws forever. In a week following the centenary remembrance of the WWI armistice, the UK government has agreed a deal arguable worse for the UK than the Treaty of Versailles was a hundred years ago for Germany ... It was always naive to hope that somebody who campaigned against democracy could be trusted to respect the referendum result. Thanks to Theresa May a strong hand has been deliberately misplayed, taxpayers' money wantonly thrown away, divisions deepened and a precious two and three quarter years to prepare for the future squandered. No doubt the pain and trauma of no deal will be the greater as a result of her Brexit betrayal. There will be more drama ahead in what May has made into an all or nothing game of chicken. True democrats of any party however now have no choice. We must all prepare to crash out of the EU gaol come what may" [source].
"Time wouldn't be running short if we hadn't wasted two years on Oliver Twist-like supplicancy, begging our European masters to be kind, whereas all they want is to punish us, discourage others and, ideally, torpedo Brexit. A PM committed to Brexit, rather than to the warped ruling elite, could have invoked the Royal Prerogative, left immediately after Parliament activated Article 50 - and only then started negotiating 'deals'." [source].
Battle is Fierce, Friends
The following is an extended extract from Battle for the Very Soul of Britain
"Nine hundred and fifty years ago, between two hillocks at Hastings, an Anglo-Saxon king took an arrow in his eye and England surrendered her independence. That was our last - should I say most recent? - defeat on home soil. King Harold's forces fought valiantly but they had been exhausted by two earlier battles ... A shrewd and ruthless Frenchman, Guillaume of Normandy, seized power and London's Witan parliament was never heard of again. ...
"I have been contemplating poor King Harold a fair amount recently. ... As a schoolboy I visited the northern French town of Bayeux to see [the] tapestry and remember a sting of sorrow as I saw the needlework images of vanquished Anglo-Saxons. It was always the same when I read history yarns about British chieftain Caractacus fighting the Romans on his hilltop and later being paraded in Rome as a chained captive; or gallant ... Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni tribe, charging towards the Roman lines in her chariot ... In such accounts, I always rooted for the Brits. ... I always wanted the dwellers of our dank and foggy, sea-set isle to seize the day. Was it a nascent sketchwriter's innate bias or inherited love of country from my fiercely patriotic parents? Was that love wrong? Is that love wrong? I still feel that way.
"The likes of Mr Cameron and his fellow Europhiles ... presumably feel something different when they look at the Bayeux tapestry. I suppose they experience a glow of quiet satisfaction that William and his forces of European integration over came the locals. ... A deep-rooted part of me rebels against that. ... I grieve for the freedoms that were squashed. And I feel just the same when I look at an castle built by English lords to crush dissent in Scottish and Welsh territory. My sympathies lie with the invaded. ...
"Hereward the Wake [a] Lincolnshire freeman ... had his lands taken by the Normans and decided to do something about it. For a few years after 1066, Hereward and his small army operated out of the Cambridgeshire town of Ely, then an island. They were beaten only after a treacherous monk showed the Normans one of the secret paths to Ely through the Fenland marshes. ... Almost a millennium after the event, I feel a lively indignation on Hereward's behalf. What a cur that monk was to betray him. What if Hereward had continued to oppose William? Could he have combined with the still unconquered Celts and Northumbrians to drive out the 'ingengas'? Or was Norman rule as inevitable as supporters of the EU now say their governing body is inevitable? As for that treacherous monk, was he a sort of Roland Rudd of his day ... the City PR smoothie pulling strings for the Remain camp? ...
"My support for Hereward may reflect a surfeit of foolish romanticism. But it may also echo enduring truths about the importance of self-determination and of remaining true to one's ancestral heritage. For what are we if we deny the past? What is the point of being British if we are not able to say who governs us? And let there be no doubt: if we vote to stay ion the EU, we will not be able to dislodge the elite that runs Brussels. They will be impervious to our democratic disapproval. They will be as safe as William and his shaven-headed Normans were in their mighty castle keeps. ...
"The Leave campaign ... has urged voters to quit the EU for a range of reasons ... Hereward the Wake ... would have heard Vote Leave talk of how we must 'take control' and would surely have thought 'I don't really want control - I want liberty.' ...
"It would obviously be good for us to retrieve national control of trade decisions, tax matters, ... immigration policy ... But where is the optimism in Leave's campaign? Where is the appeal to something more positive, more human, more ardent? The hearts of Hereeward the Wake and his 'green men' would have burned for something greater; something more essential. You could call it self-determination or independence but it is basically the right to plant your feet on the clifftops of Kent, raise your eyes to the cloud-scudding sky, and relish your ancient liberty as a free-born Briton. ...
"I think of my grandfathers. One was wounded three times on the Western Front in World War I. The other landed in Normandy - Normandy! - just before D-Day to clear the beaches of mines. They fought for king and country, yes, but they fought most of all for an idea: freedom. The days of ancestral sword and scramasax may have passed but that powerful notion of liberty, the spirit of British dissent which flared so wonderfully in the East Anglian fens 950 years ago, must never be allowed to die. Without it, we would be an island without pride, an island shorn of soul"
[End of Extract]
"'My son,' said the
Norman Baron, 'I am dying, and you will be heir to all the broad
acres in England that William gave me for my share
"The Saxon is not like
us Normans. His manners are not so polite. But he never means
anything serious till he talks about justice and right.
"You can horsewhip your
Gascony archers, or torture your Picardy spears; But don't try that
game on the Saxon; you'll have the whole brood round your ears.
"But first you must
master their language, their dialect, proverbs and songs. Don't
trust any clerk to interpret when they come with the tale of their
"They'll drink every
hour of the daylight and poach every hour of the dark. It's the
sport not the rabbits they're after (we've plenty of game in the
"Appear with your wife
and the children at their weddings and funeral and feasts. Be polite
but not friendly to Bishops; be good to all poor parish priests.
[Poem by Rudyard Kipling]
"These are the families of the sons of Noah, after their generations, in their nations: and by these were the nations divided in the earth after the flood. And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech. And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there. And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and slime had they for mortar. And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth. And the LORD came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of men builded. And the LORD said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do. Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another's speech. So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city. Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the LORD did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the LORD scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth" (Genesis 10:32-11:9).
"The Queen's Majesty hath the chief
power in this realm of England and other her dominions, unto whom
the chief government of all estates in this realm,
"And I do declare that no
Foreign Prince Person Prelate, State or Potentate hath or ought to have any
"Parliament voted to put the decision about our membership of the EU in the hands
of the British people.
"June 23rd 2016 was the
day the people of the UK voted to LEAVE the EU in the single biggest expression
of our will in British history.