End of parties? Be careful what we wish for …

The behaviour of the Remoaners and the ERG opposition has just jemmied open the old wets/dries thing again in a manner of speaking, Labour is cracking apart.

Being an arch cynic, my question is why Them have allowed this to occur – after all, the old reds v blues has been around at least since Swift, much earlier, the elite’s best ploy to keep the plebs in line.

So they must have another game in mind now where no one party can command a majority and localists play into their hands.

There is such a game and it showed in the Citizens’ Juries rubbish which was meant to embrace local participation … but only when chaired by a Common Purpose drone.


Yes folks, it’s good ole stealth communism, euphemistically called federalism, centralism with regional satellites pretending to be autonomous – they’ve studied Moscow well.

And the rollout date is 2019/20. When Carney crashes the currency, ‘due to Brexit’, in come the SDRs and the chipping.

The Agenda will not be stopped, certainly not over some pesky little thing called a 17.4 million citizens vote.

4 comments for “End of parties? Be careful what we wish for …

  1. February 20, 2019 at 5:36 am

    It was Tories vs. Whigs for a long time before Labour crashed the party and sent the Liberals into a death spiral. It can happen – it already has – that an ‘outsider’ party can get a hold on power.

    It’s the perfect time. Labour cracking, Tories about to crack, now is the time for a new voice to rise up.

    Trouble is, there are too many outsider parties offering much the same thing, and they’ll split their votes. If they could only learn to get along…

  2. Valentine Gray
    February 20, 2019 at 8:43 am

    It’s Labour’s favorite mantra “DIVERSITY” or as it is known to ordinary mortals “DIVISION” or the Dynamics of Social Evolution for better or worse. If we manage to dump a tragedy in human history “RELIGION” which hijacked morality and turned it into gross immorality as we see today. How far would mankind would mankind have advanced without religious beasts persecuting the scientific and philosophical mind for centuries.

  3. Pcar
    February 20, 2019 at 10:49 pm

    Notable that MSM has accepted Soubry’s “Hard Right” slur for ERG/Brexiters and using it everywhere – BBC, C4, DM….

    Wonder how Northern Labour voters feel about MSM calling them “Hard Right”

  4. Pcar
    February 20, 2019 at 10:52 pm


    Honda leaving as EU is a low-growth / moribund market

    Honda’s decision has got nothing to do with Brexit. In addition to the closure of the Swindon plant, the Japanese firm is also closing its Turkish plant, which is in the EU’s Customs Union. And it isn’t moving its UK production to another EU country – new investment will be channelled towards China, the US and Japan.

    It is clear why producing cars in the EU is no longer viable for Honda. According to Motoring Research, only two in 10 cars built in Swindon are exported to the EU. The majority (55 per cent) go to North America.


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