A specific example of Remoaner betrayal of the nation

We’ve been coming into a time, an era, of manufactured reality or the reality which the PTB deem is real and there’s a lot of the Emperor’s New Clothes about it. Some little boy in the crowd looks on and exclaims, “But the Emperor is wearing no clothes.”

For those of us of a certain age, brought up with different precepts, who see something happen and as Yuri Bezmenov might say, can still come to sane and rational conclusions, we find the PC world of snowflakery and transgender and all that guff bizarre, bewildering. Even Springsteen didn’t go on about gender neutral toilets in his earlier songs, e.g. Darkness on the Edge of Town. But he does now in his rhetoric.

So something has changed. You need only read our blogs these days to see example after example and one of those is in trade. There was a time when a nation like ours was able to make deals and set tariff levels somewhere between free trade and protectionism, deals such as the one Australia is offering:

This is a major coup for the UK, right? It’s something which that lot in Westminster and its captured media would surely shout from the rooftops, yes? Milk for all it’s worth?

But WTF is going on here? Here is the nation’s national broadcaster, supposedly onto every single thing pertaining to our nation, paid for by us – here is the BBC carrying on about this trade deal, no, just as Guido and so many others are doing online?


Not a word. Not one. Zilch, nada, not a sausage.

A few posts back, I sent my Russian mate a screenshot of the Beeb’s front page that day, following the Guido report on the European Union Withdrawal Bill.

Is that not a major story in the UK?  At least as big as the football?  Not one word from the BBC.  Not one.

So, it’s more than just the coverage at issue here, innit, it’s that May has deliberately set barriers [or Whitehall or Carney or the BIS or the EU Commission or Germany have] in such a way that we simply cannot close a deal of £35bn with Australia, even though the people voted for us to be free of this yoke, plus Cameron clearly stated that the government would implement that.

This, in any rational outsider’s brain, is constraint of trade by our leaders.

An unelected body run from Germany also tells us we must accept half of Africa pouring in and the indigenous Brit half must pay for its housing and support?

Do you not find that at least the teensiest bit bizarre? To a rational mind I mean?

Yet you put that to rabid Remoaners and it’s as if you’ve come from the Planet Zog. They start frothing about the People’s Voice or some other guff, they invent some totally irrelevant BrexSShiteur inanity to fling, never mind a good argument, anything at all to prevent the nation succeeding as a nation.

WTF is going on here?

And the last question in this post is – will Carney, the BIS and Chatham House now collapse our economy to teach the people that Brexit is bad? Because that’s what the indicators are that they will do. Carney is a swamp rat – just explore his antecedents and it’s all in there whom he’s loyal to and it ain’t Britain.

Small example:

Carney served as Chairman of the Bank for International Settlements’ Committee on the Global Financial System from July 2010 until January 2012. [He] is a member of the Group of Thirty, an international body of leading financiers and academics, and of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum. Carney attended the annual meetings of the Bilderberg Group in 2011 and 2012.

This is not just hyperbole nor rhetoric – these Cleggs and Campbells and Soubrys are actively betraying the best interests of this country, assuming that wide-ranging, non-disadvantageous trade deals are in our best interests.

Why are they doing this?

Answer, to that rational person’s mind, is personal vested interest. In other words, treason towards the nation known as the UK [leaving aside England itself for now] for reasons other than the interests of the nation’s trade and growth.

Yes, once again – that is treason, ladies and gentlemen, a hanging offence in days gone by.

15 comments for “A specific example of Remoaner betrayal of the nation

  1. rapscallion
    June 29, 2018 at 8:19 am

    Hanging is too good for these traitors, it should be followed by a spot of drawing and quartering.

    • Mudplugger
      June 29, 2018 at 8:39 am

      As the ‘drawing and quartering’ process usually included the brutal removal of genitalia, that could present a problem here, as none of those traitors have balls of any description.

      • Ted Treen
        June 29, 2018 at 6:19 pm

        I beg to differ: it should be preceded by a spot of drawing and quartering.

  2. john in cheshire
    June 29, 2018 at 8:54 am

    I wonder if anyone has actually produced a table of these reprobates with all of the benefits each receives for betraying our country; eg.:

    Adonis – wealth, blackmail, prestige, power, fear
    Beliar – wealth, blackmail, power, in thrall to satan
    Clegg – etc
    Mandelson – power, wealth, sadism, etc

    Each one of a very long list of these abnormal people must benefit greatly from their corruptions. I’m just at a loss as to understand what it is because I am not convinced it’s just venality to protect their EU pensions.

  3. Pcar
    June 30, 2018 at 1:04 am

    This is a major coup for UK

    Disgusting taxpayer compulsory funded BBC/C4 ignores.

    Brexit? No. Ships offered by others similar, imho Trust & BAe (USA) was deal maker.

    google: bae us navy


    • Pcar
      July 2, 2018 at 1:17 am

      Ruth agrees:

      “Many congratulations to BAE Systems for winning a £20 billion warship order from Australia – but the idea that this coup is an endorsement of Brexit is absolute rot.

      The deal is the product of several years of negotiation that started well before the EU referendum. It is a tribute to the quality of work and innovation going on at BAE and to the great British design and engineering skills that still flourish. The order reflects Australia’s thinking about its potentially vulnerable geographic position, which has prompted increases in its defence budget, but the notion the Aussie government would have been swayed by the referendum into buying British is wide of the mark.

      This order is everything to do with Australia’s military needs and BAE’s superior designs, and nothing to do with Brexit. “

      • Bill
        July 2, 2018 at 12:16 pm

        “It is a tribute to the quality of work and innovation going on at BAE and to the great British design and engineering skills that still flourish.”

        Cobblers. Submarine four currently in the water is in a worse state that the class leader aka the prototype was at this stage. They are taking twice as long to build as the Trafalgars which were built by real shipbuilders aka people who knew what they were doing and knew their way around the nutters at the MOD.
        BAE know how to do one thing effectively suck hard and long at the taxpayer tit which is precisely what they do in America and in Australia.

        • Pcar
          July 4, 2018 at 10:23 pm


          Is BAE better or worse than Boeing, Lockheed, EADS, SAAB, Dassault etc?

          • Bill
            July 5, 2018 at 11:00 am

            Not a scooby doo mate. Either they are all as bad as BAE or they aren’t.
            I only have experience of BAE and its shipyard predeccesors.

            • Pcar
              July 5, 2018 at 11:30 pm

              imho best not to castigate BAE then. They may be bad or good, but their customers are often indecisive fools*.

              USA would not be using BAE as a prime contractor if they were bad.

              We should be supporting BAE, RR etc not rubbishing them.

              *Brown: cat & trap upgradeable – cost not in contract.

              • Bill
                July 6, 2018 at 7:21 am

                Very funny.
                Blow their trumpet by all means, no-one’s stopping you.

              • Pcar
                July 7, 2018 at 1:23 am


                I own BAE and RR shares.

                Most others do too via their pensions, endowments, UT/IT, trackers etc.

  4. Pcar
    June 30, 2018 at 1:06 am

    Censored again.

    Why? Which word(s)?

    • Distant Relative
      June 30, 2018 at 9:40 am

      As a sometime fellow WP bin dweller, due to some glitch in the WP works if more than one commenter posts at the exact same nano second, one or both of their comments end up in the bin. Same thing happens if admin are posting a new article also at the same time as a commenter posting. Nothing to do with words being censored in my experience. Other possibilities may apply in other cases, of course. 🙂

  5. Bill
    July 7, 2018 at 8:45 am


    I own BAE and RR shares.

    Most others do too via their pensions, endowments, UT/IT, trackers etc.”

    Aah. That explains your stance.
    I have none of the things you list as ‘most others’ having.
    As for their getting the ‘shareholder dividend’ obtained from the worldwide taxpayer funded contracts, no worries mate they are expert at it.

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