The whole world knows what she’s done

Commentators all over the world are talking of it, Twitter is abuzz, I can imagine other platforms are too, even the MSM is touching it now, the whole of Britain and Ireland knows, the EU itself knows, Trump certainly knows.

Every one knows she has betrayed her nation in one of the most openly wanton ways she could ever have done.

I can only come back to Svali in the year 2000 on Centrex Radio in Toronto, who said the agenda would be openly presented by 2020, at which point, “Them” can act with impunity, because all the measures would now be in place. Anyone see Strzok’s face yesterday?

Same face as May’s – sheer arrogance in a brain-limited way, assured by their controllers that everything was Ok, that the people would never get to them, that the people would be too enslaved and fighting for their lives and that of their families, plus fighting each other, plus a common enemy.

“Openly revealed” is the sum of it. No longer fearing the population pushback. But in May’s case, she seems to have miscalculated, gone too early, whatever. Maniacal fixation about staying in with these crims in Brussels, when nationhood is again rising.

And she’ll wreck trade deals, not just with the US and Oz but with many nations. She’s threatening not only that but the future of Britain for a generation … and for what? For what, I ask?

For her bloodyminded stubbornness? Or maybe she’s in deep thrall, sold her soul long ago and can do no other.

20 comments for “The whole world knows what she’s done

  1. July 13, 2018 at 10:50 am

    This has come down to thinly veiled war between the elite/establishment and the common people.

    The goverenment looks incompetent because it is working against all the normal principles of Government. There is no plan, there seems only to be words and advice issued from outside the cabinet from who knows where.

    There have been very few times that a UK government has ignored a democratic mandate. Poll tax was one time in recent history where the whole country was at odds with the government.

    If the government and cabinet had conviction about the path they have chosen, then they would have a plan, be able to work to that plan and there would be none of the chaos that is aparrent at the moment.

    It all falls apart when you have no plan and just take orders. Nobody is briefed in advance because they cannot be: the government do not know what the next instruction will be.

    The instructions can only be coming from those outside government that “advise” and have the ear of the PM. The elite and the establishment. The people that do not serve the wider community, but instead serve their own interests.

    Looking at things as they stand, I think the establishment plan is to stay in the EU without leaving if possible, or if the BRINO deal is rejected, to catastrophically crash the economy once we are out such that the clamour is to join up again, on worse terms than we have now (Euro membership, no rebate, etc.)

    Either way, the result is the same: we stay closely wedded or inside the EU to suit the elites who run the big corporations so that they can continue to undemocratically run the EU and support their own interests.

    • FrankC
      July 13, 2018 at 7:26 pm

      “Poll tax was one time in recent history where the whole country was at odds with the government.”
      Not so. The so-called “Poll tax” was an attempt to get people to pay fairly for the services they use.

      • July 14, 2018 at 11:12 am

        People didn’t like it though.

        • Distant Relative
          July 14, 2018 at 4:24 pm

          “People didn’t like it though.”

          In particular, the immigrants with 18 of their rellies living under the same roof.

      • July 15, 2018 at 7:38 am

        “”“Poll tax was one time in recent history where the whole country was at odds with the government.” There are events one rarely gets to hear about.

        Like during Harold Wilson’s shambolic bastardry of a gummunt when the Military came within a hair of a coup. I recall sitting with fellow Officers in the Mess being read the riot act by some herbert from the MoD ‘ordering’ us to hose down discontent in the ranks. Hah! The troops weren’t the discontented ones. He was soon put right. Nevertheless we did not see tanks roll down Whitehall. We did see the three Service Chiefs pay a visit to No10, with their hats on, and it was not to get a dressing down – but to give one.

        • Pcar
          July 16, 2018 at 12:22 am

          Thanks for info.

          Are you on ARRSE

        • rapscallion
          July 17, 2018 at 7:06 am

          Very interesting. Can’t see the Service chiefs doing that these days – gutless ba$tards to a man.

  2. Bill
    July 13, 2018 at 11:12 am

    No plan survives first contact.

    What I find truly bizarre is we get told dictators are very bad people and are to be destroyed yet here we are being told “May did this Trump did that”. (Blair n Bush, Obama and Cameron. The names change but the process doesn’t.)
    So are they dictators made to look like something else or something else acting as dictators?
    Either way there appears to be no need for the considerable hoards of hangers on and mandarins which inhabit ‘government’.

    It would all work perfectly of course as soon as the ‘right people’ are ‘in place. Keep voting.

    • Ted Treen
      July 13, 2018 at 1:44 pm

      “Keep voting”

      If only we could follow the examples of history and use a .303″ or 7.62mm vote…

  3. john in cheshire
    July 13, 2018 at 11:33 am

    It’s my feeling that nothing will be done to remove Mrs May from office while President Trump is visiting us. And the football and the tennis finals will probably need to be out of the way too. But the next few weeks are likely to be interesting; the replacement will have to be on seat before the October EU meeting so it doesn’t give the Leavers much time to start the wrecking ball swinging, if they don’t want to go down in history as just another version of John Major’s bastards.

    • Errol
      July 13, 2018 at 8:25 pm

      There’s this grand dream of people moving against the government but that only works when we think everyone is as bright and literate and informed as we are.

      I read the comments from my local paper. The entire lot are illiterate, some utterly incomprehensible. Those people have absolutely no understanding about the EU, they either voted chained or to leave, most probably wondering why leave wasn’t spelled with an F.

      Maybe i am misjudging my fellow man, but when they are so easily distracted by overpaid men running about kicking an inflatable – and worse calling it patriotism to support them, or watching TV with trowel applied fake tan bimbos nothing will change.

  4. james wilson
    July 13, 2018 at 5:27 pm

    The backup plan for Remain, after losing the vote, is to cause British trade to fail. Simultaneously Brexit would be blamed for bad economic times just as Progs predicted, when in fact Brexit was sabotaged at the beginning. It is exactly as we see in the US, with Progs praying (whatever they call it) for a recession before the election.

    • Errol
      July 13, 2018 at 8:37 pm

      The reason there will be a recession is because of tax. An elastic economy has high demand for labour, reasonable services and a small, relatively cheap state and critically, low taxes.

      All these are necessary for people to be able to move jobs easily, for companies to start and stop, to borrow and save easily. Small government is efficient government and leaves the economy alone.

      Our shower of cretins infest the economy like a poison. They’re everywhere taxing and taking, regulating and controlling – the simplest thing like charging us for our property, for stamp duty stagnating the housing market, for social housing, for welfare, for double yellows. Then there’s the sheer size of the thing. The state soaks up private wealth like a sponge and holds it hand out for more.

      The end result is an inelastic economy that is moribund, with low growth and fragility with government debt about the only thing keeping us from desperate recession, debt borrowed at the expense of savers. Savers who are not spending because, well, thanks to tax and the cost of living (tax) they can’t. No lending, no saving, no easy job movement, massive uncontrolled unskilled immigration, an obese state means recession. Of course, should government stop borrowing and wasting so much we would recover – but only if taxes and the state are reduced and there’s no interest in their doing that.

  5. Pcar
    July 13, 2018 at 11:40 pm

    @delphius, July 13, 2018 at 10:50 am

    The “whole country” was not against the Community Charge. I and everyone in my family & extended family, most friends and work colleagues liked it. Around 30% worked in public sector – military & police.

    Best not to make over encompassing statements which are untrue.

    • Bill
      July 14, 2018 at 7:12 am

      I on the other hand didn’t give a toss. It was merely a re-branding of the tax thievery that blights the people of this island.
      Make taxpaying voluntary starting with council tax then a real picture of the true ‘size’ of government would appear.

      Keep voting.

  6. Pcar
    July 13, 2018 at 11:43 pm

    @john in cheshire, July 13, 2018 at 11:33 am

    Removing May is not as easy as “living in the past” MSM imply:

    @5m 13sec

    Duplicitous Cameron, Clegg and the rest of them.

  7. Pcar
    July 13, 2018 at 11:55 pm

    May is a despicable woman

    “How does Theresa May square her treason with her Christian conscience? How can she live with the knowledge that she has betrayed the British people? Every week this vicar’s daughter parades her piety, pictured leaving the Sunday service at her local church in Berkshire.

    Who knew her role model here on earth was Judas Iscariot?”

  8. Pcar
    July 13, 2018 at 11:56 pm
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