The ridding of May

Everyone’s having a Sunday morning say on it but perhaps we should consider these:

We’re talking about the confidence vote there, not the leadership challenge. Now to the latter:

All right, let’s say the 48 letters arrive and the vote of confidence is triggered.

She wins – then her betrayal goes through unless Brussels flatly refuses it or the Brexiteers finally decide to bring down the government over the betrayal, knowing they can’t re-challenge her within a calendar year.

However, there is another way – her branch deselect her.

She loses – new leader voted for by PP and that means a Remoaner.

Now, she’s clearly as confident as can be this morning and she’d only be that if her number crunchers had told her she has the numbers.  Hence the bullishness.

Or else the whole game plan is for her to go down, taking one for the globalist team, then in comes the new real government, given that their original plan was that all would be revealed by 2020. So we either get NWO by seeming cataclysm … or by stealth.  Which do we want?

Or else the “walk away” was Brussels’s plan all along, so they can now crash the UK economy with Carney’s and other help.

Or else May and predecessors had actually gone into hock to certain moneylenders who will certainly now crash the economy.  Anyone remember the Bank of England being brought down?  Maybe May knows all this, can say nothing about someone out there bankrolling the migrant benefit and NHS care receivers and is pushing this lukewarm deal she thinks will stave off the inevitable, making her a heroine, not a villain – just a thought.

Now to the Freeborn Johns among us and all power to their arms – but the game in town is still Westminster for the foreseeable.  There’s no GE for now, those staying away achieve nothing.  There’ll be council elections.  The game is still Westminster in most Brits’ minds, whatever we think.  One thing the Tories do well is number crunch.

However, the people are riled and so, if JRM or DD or AJ do move to split, then it’s game on.  But would they?  Would they not just grumble away on the backbenches?  Have they the spine to truly put the country first?

Let’s say they do and a huge number flock – all the kippers, new people who haven’t voted before, etc. etc. – who is arrayed against them?  Tories, Labour, Lib Dems and all their supporters.  DUP?  Who knows?

17 comments for “The ridding of May

  1. July 15, 2018 at 12:37 pm

    Right now in Parliament the majority is for remaining. Brexit will be watered down until it doesn’t exist.

  2. July 15, 2018 at 12:48 pm

    All over the country people are reading the Book of Rules. Soon they will reach No 303.

    • July 15, 2018 at 9:27 pm

      Handy weapon, bit of a kick.

  3. James Strong
    July 15, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    But what about PB?

    If you don’t instantly know who that is, instantly rather than after a second or two of thinking, then you’ll see why you shouldn’t have referred to AJ.

    Serious question on this matter, which I have brought up before – why do you write in this obscure way?

    • July 15, 2018 at 5:29 pm

      Everyone uses common acronyms, dear James. Anyone following the topic and my posts on it would know AJ was Andrea Jenkyns in the context of a resigning Leaver.

      • Bill
        July 15, 2018 at 7:05 pm

        Sorry you presume too much James. Not a clue who AJ PB are nor why you simply didn’t type their names out.

        Keep voting it will all get better for those that feel its bad at the moments once the right people are in place, so I’ve been told…for as long as I can remember. Conversely it will get worse for those who think its good at the moment.

        Vote government, get governed all ye citizens of state. Pretty simple really. Why people moan about it aftwerwards god knows.

      • James Strong
        July 16, 2018 at 9:28 am

        I knew who AJ was, after a second or two of thinking. That’s not the same as JRM, which people get without thinking.

        I will repeat what I have said elsewhere: if a writer thinks that what he writes is important then he won’t take the chance of being misunderstood.

        PB is Peter Bone, a long-standing Leave campaignr who was on the radio as I typed yesterday. I do not expect his initials to be instantly recognised in the way that JRM is recognised, and that’s why I used PB’s initials.

    • FrankC
      July 15, 2018 at 6:43 pm

      “why do you write in this obscure way?”
      preceded by
      “But what about PB?”

      Who or what is PB?

      • James Strong
        July 16, 2018 at 9:30 am

        PB is Peter Bone. I was deliberately obscure in this one instance to reflect what James Higham had done. If you didn’t know instantly who PB is then my point is made.

      • James Strong
        July 16, 2018 at 9:33 am

        Peter Bone.

        I was deliberately obscure in this instance to reflect and highlight what James Higham had done. If you didn’t understand it then my point is made.

        (A comment along these lines 2 minutes ago seems to have been lost in cyberspace.)

        • July 16, 2018 at 10:07 am

          No, your point is not made because you brought something in from nowhere, from the ether, whereas mine always refer to what is being discussed.

  4. July 15, 2018 at 9:29 pm

    PP => parliamentary party.

  5. john in cheshire
    July 15, 2018 at 9:38 pm

    How on earth is a Conservative Prime Minister using a communist to develop her plans on how we Leave the EU?

    How on earth has a known communist been employed in the Civil Service?

    How on earth has a known communist been allowed to be a close advisor to the UK Prime Minister?

    What earth is the matter with Mrs May that she’s using a known communist to secretly develop a plan to keep us in the EU despite we, the people, voting to leave?

    Is Mrs May a crypto-communist? Or do the collectivists have so much dirt on this woman and her husband that she’s in thrall to them? If so, who are the collectivists who are controlling her?

    • john in cheshire
      July 15, 2018 at 9:47 pm

      And another thing. The Times tells us that ‘ The Royal Family Snubs Trump’.
      Well, Chuckles, well bald Willie, why don’t you all bugger off back to Germany and live among the low IQ immigrants that you no doubt prefer. You ingrates.

      • Pcar
        July 15, 2018 at 11:45 pm

        They did not, they were not invited.

        Tea with EIIR is an honour, a one to one off record intimate chat.

  6. Pcar
    July 15, 2018 at 11:35 pm

    Maybye Sunday

    Theresa May”bot” defends her Chequers Plan on Andrew Marr

    And is distorting implications of her “Common Rule Book” and diverts, avoids and lies.

    Body language: becomes increasingly more uncomfortable, tense, closed, voice breaking – lies. Not a happy woman.

    Jacob Rees Mogg I can not trust my Prime Minister

    @JRM, nor can I

    The one in my family (female) who was giving her benefit of doubt has now rejected May.

  7. Pcar
    July 15, 2018 at 11:36 pm

    Boris: “We need more Trump! He´s right about lots of things. Look at trade tariffs – he says we should get rid of them and everyone goes bonkers. But he´s right – why do we need them? Zero tariffs is the way forward. Zero, zero, ZERO! Trump, Trump, TRUMP!´

    Free trade — Yes

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