May’s betrayal of Brexit

Guido’s on the money:

David Cameron has stuck his tuppence in with a comment that can be described as “unhelpful” at the least. With CCHQ’s strategy being to hoover up UKIP votes, his claim that a big majority would allow May to “stand up to people who want an extreme Brexit either here or in Brussels” is not entirely on message.

It also plays into some Brexiteers worries that the formerly Remain-backing May is not as enthusiastic a Leaver as her current public stance would suggest.

Not SOME Brexiteers’ worries – all of us, from each country.

It’s happening in the States too with Trump white-anted from all sides, including by daughter dear. France is F***ed, the enemy have all resources in play to cripple and marginalize any attempt by the people to have a voice.

4 comments for “May’s betrayal of Brexit

  1. John in cheshire
    May 12, 2017 at 12:51 pm

    The vehemence and vindictiveness of the forces bearing against us are shown for all to see in the way they have persecuted Tommy Robinson. For me the abstract terror of the state is made real by what that have done to that man and​ others who have dared to tell the truth.

    • Hereward Unbowed.
      May 12, 2017 at 9:29 pm

      Sockpuppetry or is it: pool-ball-sockthuggery?

      Yeah! Tommy is locked up again all the while antifa dope not soap are allowed free rein to intimidate and threaten with no bars.

      Just whose side are they on?

      Da police -where are dey?

      It is, very hard not to conclude, that the authorities from Berlin, the PM down to the plod not on the street – all of em clamp down on the law abiding and ever so conveniently ignore……………. their paid thugs, doing the affairs of state and the dirty work.

      Is it just Soros, I rather think sometimes, that it is.

  2. DICK R
    May 12, 2017 at 2:01 pm

    Leavers must not be taken in by any of the new Tory intake at the next election claiming to be true hard brexiteers, if there is a UKIP candidate give them your vote, do not be afraid of letting labour in like the last time, a mistake that together with blatant fraud must have cost UKIP about half a dozen MPs.

  3. mona
    May 13, 2017 at 9:42 am

    Why is it so difficult to see, how can the EU say to Britain we are not going to sell you any of our products unless you pay a huge tariff, so sod off and make them yourselves, sell them to the rest of the world we don’t care, as Trump would say its not going to happen.

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