BETRAYAL OF A LEAVE VOTER!!!

Arthive

I have written before on various topics, but today I wish to concentrate on British Politics, and on those politicians who claim to represent us in Parliament. I wish to comment upon the gross betrayal of a Democratic voice and vote, the largest single voice in British political history. How that voice, that vote; has been cynically spun and welded into the greatest betrayal in British political life. I refer of course to the Referendum Vote, by which 17.4 million British people voted to leave the European Union. I refer to the cynically twisted methods by which both the Government, headed by Prime Minister Theresa May, her band of deeply-loyal (to the EU) Remain civil servants, and over eighty-percent of the members of House of Commons, all of whom have received instructions from their constituents that they wish to Leave the European Union; but have subverted, trashed, spindled and dismissed the Democratic will of the majority of the voters who took part in that Referendum.

After a total of two-odd wasted years, we were presented with the so-called Withdrawal Bill, which was sent to the European Commission without firstly being presented to Parliament. As the contents of this Bill resembled a ‘wet dream’ as far as the European Commission was concerned. it gained approval within thirty-seven minutes in a 27-NATION Commission meeting. As a negotiation document, it was a complete and utter surrender to the demands and desires of the Remainer and Remoaner MPs within Westminster. May’s document, which, I hasten to remind viewers, would carry the full weight of an International Treaty, which cannot, I repeat cannot, be broken under International Law. It tied and promised Britain into untold numbers of European endeavours. It literally gave access to our Fishing waters through a cynical interpretation of Europe’s regulations. It removed us, at one stroke, of access to Galileo, the European G.P.S. system into which over a billion pounds Sterling has been sunk. It ties us for an indefinite period of obeying EU Regulations, without ever having a voice in how these Regulations were built. It even assured the European Union that, in a direct contravention of all that was promised to Northern Ireland’s DUP, Northern Ireland would be tied into the Customs Union to PREVENT a ‘hard border’ between the Republic, and Northern Ireland.

What can we, as voters and believers, do? Can we vote the Tories out, and bring Labour in? The Labour bunch are, if anything, worse that the bloody Tories: they absolutely adore Europe, with it’s labour-friendly laws and its liberal bent (in all terms of that word). The LiB-Dims? Vince Cable has ‘I love Europe’ tattooed around his buttocks: so not much hope there. UKIP is a spent force, after Farage’s resignations, and the multitude of chancers attempting to lead that once shining example of political rectitude. We look across the Channel, and watch as President Macron’s iideals and laws are trampled underfoot by the ‘Gilets Jaune’ or Yellow vests: which are and were so plentiful because France’s laws making every road user carry one in case of ’emergencies’.Do we have a British version of the ‘Gilets Jaunes’ movement? Not really, the only name which springs to mind is that of Tommy Robinson. Unfortunately, he has been so specifically targeted by our politicised police forces, inclusive of Cressida Dick’s heavy mob in London, that he stands more chance of preaching unhindered in a mosque than making a political movement emerge in Britain.

So what must we do? A quiet insurrection? A movement which produces, in every Parliamentary Constituency at least one Independent: one person without political baggage, one person who promises to keep his word, and if we all vote for the little guys, suddenly we might just stand a chance!

5 comments for “BETRAYAL OF A LEAVE VOTER!!!

  1. January 14, 2019 at 11:28 pm

    Ukip is a busted flush only in the eyes of the media. There are many original members who have not left the party like those feckless members that hate the increasing representation of the working classes in the party.
    Ukip has to represent those the upper middle classes deem reprehensible. The working classes have suffered the depredations of globalism more than most, they have suffered from mass immigration more than most and they are the Canary in the coal mine that is now tweeting loudly, warning others of what lies ahead for them.
    Artificial Intelligence will be used by global corporations to sweep away masses of middle class jobs, just as working class jobs have gone through automation or movement of jobs abroad.
    If Brexit fails the globalists win. We slip further towards authoritarian government.
    Both major parties have had their chance and have failed to represent the majority. The only way to effect change is to vote for something completely new. Ukip provides that catalyst now that it represents a larger proportion of the people. The working classes are ready to vote Ukip. I hope those in the middle classes will vote with them.

  2. Pcar
    January 15, 2019 at 12:18 am

    @Mike

    +1

    A Remain journo

    They claim to be asserting parliamentary sovereignty, but what they are plotting is constitutional outrage: The insidious Remainer coup that must be smashed

    They claim to be asserting parliamentary sovereignty – taking back control, if you like. This is a preposterous falsehood that must be demolished. These MPs are behaving in a fundamentally undemocratic way. They are actually acting against the people, not on their behalf. Let me explain.

    Under our political system, parties put forward a set of policies in a manifesto which they are committed to enacting if elected. Before the last election in June 2017, both Conservative and Labour undertook to honour Brexit, for which 17.4 million people had voted a year earlier.

    In other words, the overwhelming bulk of the Commons – Tory, Labour, as well as the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) – made a solemn pledge to carry out the will of the majority as expressed in the referendum. Only about 50 MPs from Liberal Democrat, Scottish Nationalist and other small parties were returned on an anti-Brexit manifesto.

    This means that the ponderous Grieve and many of his fellow plotters (Vince Cable, the Lib Dem leader, can be exempted) were elected on the understanding that they would support Brexit, not thwart it.

    They cannot in good conscience renege on the contract they made with electors. Ah, I hear someone say. What about the Tory political philosopher Edmund Burke, who, in 1774, argued persuasively in a speech to the burghers of Bristol that he and other MPs were not mere delegates of the people, but representatives expected to use their judgment?

    But the truth is that the modern, if seldom employed, device of a referendum drives a coach and horses through Burke’s dictum of 250 years ago. Voters charged Parliament with carrying out the result of the referendum, and nearly all MPs accepted this obligation.

    No, what Grieve, Oliver Letwin, Sarah Wollaston et al are cooking up is a constitutional outrage. They are being assisted in this by the insufferably puffed up Commons Speaker, John Bercow…

  3. Pcar
    January 15, 2019 at 10:53 pm

    May’s Deal Rejected

    For: 202
    Against: 432

    May to consider calling confidence vote under Fixed Term Parliament Act

    Corbyn calls no confidence vote

    EU Statement

    We regret the outcome of the vote, and urge the UK Government to clarify its intentions with respect to its next steps as soon as possible…

    Translation “We will still be receiving the £39Bn you promised, won’t we?”

    Donald Trump

    If a deal is impossible, and no one wants no deal, then who will finally have the courage to say what the only positive solution is?

    Translation: “All is going according to plan. This means you will now be staying in the EU, doesn’t it?”

    I hope DT is wrong. EU wants money, I doubt they want a rebellious ex-member back.

    • January 16, 2019 at 1:53 am

      The only positive solution (ref Mr Trump) was popularised by Winston Churchill, in sign language that even the deaf understand clearly.

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