Sunday politics

May’s treasonous shenanigans

As this comes into being:

… May is twisting and turning to get her deal through in time and the EU is playing right up to it. If they refuse to negotiate, at Robbins’s request, the pressure is then on all MPs on the Tory side to collapse and back her, for fear of Corbyn who has been making inane statements of late, playing his part in the theatre:

The MSM is fed this, including to the now Remoaner Express:

“To give the Prime Minister a fighting chance to secure the necessary changes to the Withdrawal Agreement to get Parliament’s approval, MPs will have to hold their nerve right up to the wire.”

If the Prime Minister emerges from Thursday’s vote still leading her party, her aim will likely be o pin down European leaders at the EU-Arab League summit in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.

It is reportedly likely that the final decision will be made at an all-night summit of EU leaders on March 22.

This would give Theresa May just 6 more days before the UK leaves the EU, with or without a deal.

As they stampede behind May at the 11th hour, getting her over the line, the EU sits back, having won what it wanted – Britain tied, at its own cost, in perpetuity, plus paying trillions over the journey to a Brussels now a superstate with its own army, into which the British forces are subsumed.

The treachery of this woman and this Robbins is beyond measure and is certainly going to result in execution for these two.  it is The Great Betrayal in British History.

Did the Donald really do this?

That was clearly a pro-Donald piece and there is no clearer copy available. So OK, he might have stitched them up at the address, after which what became a talking point was his statement that the country needed migrants – legal migrants.

Many migrants – legal

A reader at my place wrote:

The Wall was an election stunt. Now he thinks he’s going to have real trouble getting re-elected he’s trying to pull the same three-card trick again. Trump is a pro-immigration fanatic.

Without entirely pooh-poohing that, it’s necessary to look back at this article:

… which has Trump riding into office as the rep of the military apex of the triangle of power. The popular vote of ‘lock her up’ and ‘the wall’ certainly got him up there but to get him across the Electoral College line, strings needed to be pulled.

Reince Priebus was one of those facilitating it.

He may well be for immigration but he knows that without the wall, his base falls away pre-2020 election, plus he has the issue of mass migration altering the demographics of the country, the flood pouring in ensuring a Democrat victory along with the dead rising and the missing ballot boxes miraculously appearing, a tactic also used by the Tories in Thanet South in the GE which saw Nigel off.

The electoral commission was of course in on that one.

How the lie is spread

On top of this is the Dem’s lie machine – this article is well worth a read about how they did it on Carlson:

All very well the tribal Daily Caller calling it out well after the event – too late, it’s over by then.

The critical time was when that little prat was on prime time Carlson [doesn’t matter what hour, it’s still prime] and he lied about her.

But the machine was ready to take, edit and push out to its growing non-American base without her errors in there, they had it ready to ‘go viral’.

So, if Trump did a number on Pelosi and crew in SOTU, this twerp and the machine did a number on Carlson.

And that’s how the game goes on both sides of the pond – dishonesty beyond anything the average punter sitting at the dentist and watching the wall TV and Boulton could ever imagine possible.

Giant swindle and those two words not emotive in the least.

Question is, on this side of the pond – will British sheep ever do anything at all about it?  Yellow vests might be a start.

10 comments for “Sunday politics

  1. Valentine Gray
    February 10, 2019 at 9:31 am

    The Thanet South scam on Nigel proved costly to the Country, we will leave battered and bruised but a great lesson will be learned, Europe WILL and has ALWAYS fought dirty against Britain

  2. Penseivat
    February 10, 2019 at 10:58 am

    During a chat with ex Police colleagues, the conversation, sadly and reluctantly, turned to the Brexit negotiations. Some are pro-leave and some pro-remain, but we all agreed that the UK government is sh*t at negotiating.
    Why do they tell the media, most of which are for remaining in the EUSSR, what their next round of negotiations will consist of, when they know that this information will be made public and allow the EUSSR to plan accordingly?
    Whether this government is composed of political traitors, hypocrites, or negligent imbeciles, is a matter of conjecture.
    If the Police carried out interviews on suspects in the same way, the prisons would be empty and the courts made redundant.
    If the story about Donald Trump is correct, please, can he be included in our next round of talks?

    • February 17, 2019 at 7:19 am

      “Whether this government is composed of political traitors, hypocrites, or negligent imbeciles, is a matter of conjecture.”

      Why the ‘or’ there..? 🙂

  3. James Strong
    February 10, 2019 at 12:29 pm

    Theresa May and Olly Robbins are not going to be executed.

    There is an outside chance that some MPs will be violently attacked, but there is no chance at all of May and Robbins going through a judicial process, being sentenced, and then put to death. None at all.

  4. john in cheshire
    February 10, 2019 at 6:14 pm

    Does anyone know the last time Mr Beliar visited the USA; unless I’m mistaken it has been several years and he has never entered USA territory while Mr Trump has been President.

    Can anything be read into this, is he afraid he’ll end up in Guantanamo Bay?

    I don’t know if they are true but I’m seeing reports on YouTube that George W Bush has been sentenced for execution and that Bathhouse Barry, the Clinton’s et al are destined for a quiet life in Guantanamo.

  5. Judd
    February 10, 2019 at 10:19 pm

    The nearer we get to Brexit, the more i’m having sneaky suspicions May might well have played a blinder, more by luck than judgement possibly.

    With all this to-ing and fro-ing across to meet the intransigent leaders of the EU reich, she’s got the two sides of the Brexit battle being fought in the media in a state where they don’t know if they’re punched or born.

    I’m wondering if the plan is to carry on this charade, for that’s all it is, right up until the 29th, when we are forced by law already passed to leave, simple as that.

    If you look at it, this is the only way to get Brexit past the traitors in the commons, you can forget about the Lords, they have no input now apart from keeping readers of the msm enthralled with their rubbish.

    Maybe wishful thinking, but i’ll tell you who doesn’t seem worried to me, and that’s JRM and his ERG colleagues, he apparently according to some would be quite happy with the deal if the backstop was removed, now i don’t believe this for one minute, i think he’s in on the wheeze and part of the delaying/confusion spreading tactic whilst the clock ticks.

    I could well be wrong, but the genuine Tories know that if they fail to deliver Brexit properly then their party will be wiped out at the next general election, self survival has maybe resulted in some cunning methods.

    • James Strong
      February 11, 2019 at 7:59 am

      I think you are right that the Conservatives will suffer a huge defeat if they fail to deliver Brexit.

      More worrying for me – if the House of Commons unites cross-party to refuse to implement the referendum AND the manifestos they stood on then we’ll have seen a bloodless coup by the political class against the people.

      I do not know what has been going on in chats among MPs, or what will happen now.

      But Leave has missed so many clear chances.

      Simply, when Nicky Morgan or Anna Soubry, or Sarah Wollaston et. al. called for a People’s Vote why didn’t someone say ‘You’ve changed your position from your manifesto/election address. You should resign your seat and subject yourself to a people’s vote in your constituency.’

    • February 11, 2019 at 7:44 pm

      Sounds about right.

  6. Itellyounothing
    February 11, 2019 at 12:40 pm

    Despite a life long fear of socialism, I am not sure, I will vote Tory again anyway.

    The CBI have made very clear they own the Tory party.

    Do we need a dose of socialism to remind Millionaires and Billionaires that screwing the middle classes can have very direct negative results?

    Or is a hung parliament the best option until some serious updates are done to our democracy? A Swiss style Canton system, with binding citizen initiated referendums and a proper written constitution seem very attractive compared to the creaking Houses of Parliament, the ignored and trampled British Bill of Rights and the messiah complex surrounding senior politicians…..

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