Westminster and the metro bubble completely out of touch with the people of Britain

First let’s look at what the [good] pundits are saying:

Interestingly, Guido went down Monday:

… but got back up and posted this:

Marcher waded in too:

And so it goes:

Martin summed it up well here:

There is also this to watch at your leisure:

There is also this:

‘Brexit Box’: Hundreds stock up over food supply fears

Quite sure they’ll do it too – cause things to artificially disappear from shelves, cause interest rates to wreck things – they have to show Brexit was a bad thing.

Enough!  The metro bubble and political class have zero to do with any of us out here, they’re not interested, they don’t care for the citizens of this nation.  We know that already, it’s just become so stark in the past few days.

11 comments for “Westminster and the metro bubble completely out of touch with the people of Britain

  1. Valentine Gray
    January 15, 2019 at 9:13 am

    “This is the Winter of Our Discontent”–“Deformed Unfinished before My Time”. Richards Soliquy so apt for todays Parliamentary misfits, if only Shakespeare were alive today.

    • January 15, 2019 at 9:52 am

      We wait in disgust today.

  2. Pcar
    January 15, 2019 at 10:55 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 1:30 am

      I think he means we should just go.

  3. Pcar
    January 15, 2019 at 10:59 pm

    Micro-Concessions

    May waving a “reassurance” letter, not a legally binding letter – Again

    The “Sunset Clause” for MPs to vote is a distraction tactic. If – if – MPs voted to leave backstop, ECJ, WTO etc would say “No, you signed Treaty”

    Brexit Kayfabe VII – The Withdrawal Method

    If it’s not clear to you by now that the British Establishment and the EU are involved in an open conspiracy to overturn the referendum result and trap us in the EU eternally, it never will be.

    Their treacherous manoeuvrings no longer carry even a hint of propriety – the thick stench of collusion now hangs visibly in the air of SW1, and Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement has the same major flaw as the better-known and even less enjoyable Withdrawal Method.

    It won’t involve withdrawal.

    As I have said here for some time, we are on the brink here of a major betrayal – an act of national sabotage from within that is possibly unprecedented since appeasers led by Lord Halifax were thwarted by Churchill while considering war with Germany (they say history doesn’t repeat, but it rhymes)

    All the efforts being made in these final hours have one aim in mind – to further sour as many MPs as possible on the idea of reverting to WTO terms. To make that scenario sound hopelessly bitter and implausible, before the EU emerge from the shadows in a final act to make the Withdrawal Agreement sound slightly more credible…

    • January 17, 2019 at 9:49 pm

      They’re getting bloodied noses, more to come.

  4. mona
    January 16, 2019 at 8:38 am

    Has anyone got any figures on how much we have paid into the E U in the last ten years including the 39 billion due and how much have we been forced to pay in Foreign Aid in ten years and how many food banks we now have in this Country?.

  5. Pcar
    January 16, 2019 at 11:31 pm

    Hmm, a solution to our Traitor MPs

    Lamp posts and rope are abundant.

  6. Pcar
    January 16, 2019 at 11:34 pm

    Steven Woolfe MEP Politicians believe they decide over the people, not people deciding over them

    Steven Woolfe MEP Article 50 Extension is Coming

    MPs are representatives, as is Gov’t as May said on Monday after losing vote. They are not our “boss”

  7. January 17, 2019 at 9:49 pm

    Yes.

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