If you’re a political Deplorable, of the kind who voted UKIP with the 3.8 million or voted Brexit with the 17.4 million, then you have these main concerns:
1. A set of policies which will make Britain prosper in trade and industry, protect small and medium businesses, thereby creating jobs, reduce the tax load and to have control of all these things within our own borders, plus various other things, e.g. the police.
2. In order to do that, we must Brexit and stop paying these ruinous penalty charges. Theresa May has set out 12 points which sound fine as stated but are vague:
Not just vague but look where Brexit comes in the line:
Immigration fares quite a bit better:
N1, by the way, was “Providing certainty and clarity“. Jon Snow got to her yesterday and this was the interview, a hostile interview to be sure:
Brilliant. Channel 4’s Jon Snow finally got his interview with Theresa May & he told her exactly what we all think. pic.twitter.com/GNF2sfIwaW
— Tory Fibs (@ToryFibs) June 7, 2017
Now, to be fair to her, she did mention doing our own thing our way and was speaking of trading with nations within the EU, which of course is an ongoing thing anyone would hope keeps going.
Had she left it at that, I would have concluded that I don’t trust her but she’s better than Corbyn at this time, Paul Nuttall having the best policies of any of them and a clean Brexit … but can he form a government and carry out his policies?
Or if he can’t, can he exert enough pressure on May to ensure she follows UKIP policy as closely as possible?
That’s when I paused her interview and took the screenshot you see below:
Really? Because that reads as if she has no intention of pulling out at all.
She may well, in her own head, be thinking of a partnership in making a smooth withdrawal but she may secretly mean something else and she is mincing words in my book – see her N1 point above again.
That is the dilemma we find ourselves in. Is she strong enough? Well, she’s certainly a perverse and stubborn woman in many ways and that might well give her the ability to stand up to their outrageous behaviour towards a sovereign nation, plus they were talking about a clean break within months – they have things to do, armies to build and so on.
They certainly hate Britain and do not see us as allies in the least, courtesy of our 17.4 million.
One last thing:
So we go to the polls today with all that and more in mind.
08.06.17 at 02.44 a.m.