Surrender or die trying?

Guestpost by Hereward:

Are we to bow to the forces stacked against us?

Those divisive elite and who do jeer at and spite this nation, spitting venom to dismiss the will of the people, and those who trash our democracy or, should we maybe, go down fighting for the freedoms our forebears fought so determinedly to defend? Or, meekly surrender?

I am still astonished that, instead of standing aside as they indubitably should have, the three beaks could quite deliberately attempt to derail what is essentially, specifically the expressed will of the people who voted on Jun 23rd 2016 and by a significant majority to leave the Brussels Empire.

Ah but then the UK establishment has been kicked, and when you kick a rabid beast expect a lot of growling and fierce frothing of the mouth.

Two pieces in the Mail almost struck me dumb, I’ve read this quote time and again, imho it really tells you all you need to know:

Another guest said: It was just horrible. The guests hated Michael Gove and everything he stood for on the referendum.

By contrast, an earlier speech by Lord Mountevans, the Lord Mayor of London a millionaire Swedish-born ship broker was greeted with whoops, cheers, and clapping when he attacked the result and some of those who had voted Leave.

The referendum debate shone a light on all UK institutions and industries including our justice system, he said.

As head of the City of London Corporation, and ambassador for all UK financial services, I we made our position clear.

‘For businesses, employees and our communities we wanted to remain in the EU.

This drew the nights loudest cheers.

Daily Mail here.

And then add in this:

By a clear majority of 52 per cent to 48 per cent, the vote was to Leave.

Fanatical Remainers were never going to accept the decision and are resorting to any means available putrid propaganda, parliamentary obstructionism, and now judicial activism to keep Britain locked into the EU.

First they smeared Leave voters as moronic racists, too stupid to understand the consequences of their decision, and demanded a second referendum.

Then they claimed that the result was only advisory and not binding on Parliament.

They also started to pretend that there was a choice between a hard Brexit, which would result in financial ruin, and a soft Brexit effectively not leaving the EU at all.

Daily Mail – Here.

He [Littlejohn] goes on to say:

No one could have dreamed that Britains decision to leave the European Union which 17.4 million people thought they had made at the ballot box could be derailed by a rich financier and a mysterious Brazilian hairdresser, bankrolled by hedge fund fat cats and disgruntled expats?

You couldnt make it up.

In order to justify their ruling, the judges had to dig up precedents dating back to 1610 and 1689.

It was redolent of the Crown Prosecution Service resorting to an ancient statute about conspiracy to cause misconduct in public office to prosecute innocent journalists for paying informants and whistleblowers.

Yet again, it proves that the smug, self-selecting, so-called elite will stoop to anything to get their own way and crush all opposition.

The Government says it will appeal to the Supreme Court. But, dont forget, the Supreme Court is subordinate to Europe and was set up by Labour to replace traditional Law Lords sitting at Westminster.

Our highest court is now “Subordinate to Europe” and you know who you can thank for that smart piece of politico-jurisdiction chicanery, not least by introducing into UK statute the spavined, baleful diktat of the ECHR-ECJ via the HRA – was no doubt on the advice of ‘her indoors’ Tony Bliar.

Leading on to, in an article in the Torygraph [no link sorry it’s paywalled] entitled,

“Hypocrisy and breathtaking brazenness”

And penned by Tory MEP Mr. Daniel Hannan. he concludes [below quote] it quite neatly synopsizes my feelings thus:

What we are seeing, once again, is the rift between the country and its ruling caste. Throughout the campaign, Leavers argued that the EU was an oligarchy, an anti-democratic racket. Can you still doubt it?

I say, my head hurts with it; the very last thing the senior judiciary now is – OBJECTIVE……….. and that is the most vexing and appalling thought, we are not going to the dogs, evidently for, the curs have been running the show for the last 43 odd years, the ruling caste are feeding, howling, yapping and barking, the curs are in charge.

We are a people now dispossessed, outcasts, downcast in our own land, this nation our fathers fought valiantly to safeguard and protect – at least we owe our fathers that – to at last give battle, to ride against the cur ruling caste.

4 comments for “Surrender or die trying?

  1. November 5, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    Well I read it, Hereward, and a damn good post it was.

    • Hereward Unbowed.
      November 5, 2016 at 12:29 pm

      I am still bouncing about the whole sorry effort, they ‘three beaks’ – stuck their large fat noses in where it never should have strayed.

  2. Errol
    November 5, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    This is what they want though. There wasn’t enough effort put into preventing the challenge from the outset and lo, some non-entity character is now able to hinder the democratic will of 17.4 million people. The Guardian of course, is loving it.

    What it indicates so thoroughly, that everyone has completely missed; is that the UK is not a democracy. We do not control them. Hell, they don’t even represent us. Ministers do not vote as their constituents tell them to, they don’t even bother to ask.

    This is why this oaf woman wanted the vote shoved to parliament. To prevent the government making the decision and ensure all the rabid pro Europeans troughing from the state could continue to get fat and well paid from our continued membership utterly, thoroughly, professionally, deliberately excluding the voter from the decision.

    It’s not democracy, it’s the very opposite, the very thing we fought against the very reaon we wanted to leave the EU in the first place and what do the Left do? Thy pervert and twist to disguise their blatant hypocrisy.

    • Hereward Unbowed.
      November 6, 2016 at 7:49 am

      I have no argument with that, democracy in the UK has always been a facade.

      My thrust is, if it is not enough where, a majority result after a nationwide plebiscite, the people have been asked a clear question and then given their answer, why did they [TPTB] bother with the whole shebang…………..then it is very pertinent to posit just who is it that actually runs the show?

      Clearly….clearly wrong word maybe…………….better to aver that, we are in uncharted waters.

      Plus that, this crisis shows up a definite power vacuum, constitutionally an almighty challenge. Furthermore, could it be the stuff of revolution and in many ways and if one views Britain in an historical context – surely as we must, I said uncharted waters perhaps I was subconsciously thinking – the chaotic turbulence and crashing destruction of a massive storm.

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