Home and away – home

I was looking at tweets between two women. Here was one [and the other said similar]:

Last Ipsos Mori poll had Brexit support around 67%. The other woman agreed and said she’d “changed her vote” since the day. Locally here, a Labour area, most of the common folk are of the opinion: “Just get awn wi’it.”

Remoaners lie through their teeth or avoid argument altogether and use SS symbols or something equally as childish in lieu of argument. They continually use this “not binding” rubbish when Cameron clearly stated, at a cost of £9m to us in leaflets, that they would implement whatever the decision was.

You see, for me, it’s not so much the Brexit itself and benefits which is of interest, it is and always has been the lies. Boris also lied – he is of the “promise anything” type and Remoaners rightly called him out – they recognized a fellow liar.

Truth is that, despite the crippling tax regime, the country’s trade figures have improved and will continue to do so, as they’re not entirely dependent on just govt. interference – largely, not entirely. And there is trade all over the world for British companies.

Carney should be in prison – he has talked Britain down from well before the referendum and unlike the Soubrys and other nutters, he is in a position to bring Britain down. He cannot afford any runaway success, as in the US when the wrong President was appointed.

Anyone who knows anything about finance knows that it’s irrelevant what happens with trade anyway – the BofE and BIS can call in debt tomorrow and crash the economy, the currency is pure fiat and SDRs await in the wings for their cue.

7 comments for “Home and away – home

  1. Mona
    February 11, 2018 at 9:07 am

    The case for leaving is so simple, its called FREEDOM,, freedom from greedy grasping regulation throttling parasites who are eating us alive. Where our energies should be devoted to improving our condition they are endlessly being used to feed an organism known as the EU . That phrase “Body Politics” so true Blair, Soros, Junkers and the like are the parasites that infest the bowels of our Body Politic.

  2. Mudplugger
    February 11, 2018 at 9:16 am

    It is true that the referendum question did not mention the ‘single market’ or ‘customs union’, but that’s the point. The referendum question, and its answer, were unconditional, asking voters whether they wanted to Remain or Leave.

    The inference from the majority Leave answer to that simple question is that the voters were content for the government to negotiate whatever exit deal it could, always cognisant of the over-riding commitment to leave.

    Leave is the objective, the terms of leaving are secondary – these issues are only now being given prominence in order to fog that objective, or in Remoaner Dreamland to reverse it.

    • Errol
      February 11, 2018 at 1:10 pm

      Trouble is, there’s leaving and leaving. If we remain in the single market we may as well not have bothered voting.

      Government just doesn’t want to let go. The EU has made our laws fr decades now. The state is wedded to it.

  3. February 11, 2018 at 10:36 am

    Please look at this too:


  4. Paul Rain
    February 11, 2018 at 8:15 pm

    If you stand with Soros, you are a traitor.

    Death to Traitors! Freedom for Britain!

    • Mona
      February 12, 2018 at 9:17 am

      Time now for the police to investigate Soros for bribery and corruption, the man who cost Britain Billions still trying to destroy Britain, a Hungarian was known as Giorgi Schwartz he worked for the Germans in the death camps, seems he is still working for them.

  5. Busvlogger
    February 14, 2018 at 9:52 am

    ”However, there remains a great deal of uncertainty around how long the transition deal will last for and the precise terms of Britain’s exit from the EU, and many commentators are still arguing that a BoJo/Mogg/Gove rebellion may be lurking in the depths of the Tory party’s fractious time bomb of a cabinet. This news follows Amber Rudd failing to address the issue of the Customs Union on Marr yesterday and a group of Tory remoaners launching a rebellion against Britain leaving the Customs Union last week.

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