Where do we go from here?

Our Julia ran these Survation polls, presumedly current:

If that’s so, then people have learnt nothing – glance at that GE intention. However, all is not lost because Opinium also ran a poll, much more reflective of how we’d like it to be:

Now, if true, that alters the picture significantly.  When I say ‘how we’d like it to be’, obviously not the Labour/Momentum/Common Purpose tribal of 26%.

It does seem to me that there is only one party which can topple LibLabCon at this stage but they need to reinvent themselves into a party which can govern and I’m not so sure, with ex-Labour and ex-Tory within the same party, that it can deal with the LibLabCon tribal vote.

Reader Bill might have much to say about that.

And Brexit is not really a party, it’s a list of subscribers but hey … maybe that’s the way politics should go now.  The reckoning is going to be the GE and Boris’s One Nationism, which makes him as bad as all the others but still popular to Tory tribalists and sufficient numbers of others.

I’ve been asked how I voted.  Well, my primary loyalty in the UK public sphere is to Tommy Robinson, also UKIP’s Batten, and I quite like Brittany and Martin Selner, plus obviously DJT, Salvini etc., but not to Tories in UKIP like Hamilton, Evans etc., formerly Carswell.

Nigel went down in my estimation over the things we who watch are well aware of.  On the other hand, he has come up for these EU-os and has certainly sent a message.

And he does have traction, whether you like it or not.

There are two messages which need sending right now:

1. The immigration elephant in the room which even now is threatening everything within the UK and England – it is hostile, aggressive and capable, enabled, abetted and funded by the treasonous PTB, peopled by the duped, the frightened and the satanic over them.

2. Brexit, which removes the EU yoke but still leaves the PTB in charge … unless the Nigel and Annunziata revolution sprouts wings of some kind.

Someone at Breitbart said – let’s get out of the EU tomorrow [or at least have the legitimacy to], we can then better address the other issue. Strategic voting when maybe principle is the thing as we go down the gurgler, the Wat Tyler tradition.

Let’s say we did manage to get out through some string pulling or betrayal of the PTB by someone who has an epiphany – and Mordor Macron might still be our ally in this – there are many pro-Muslims within the Brexit Party, Claire Fox is one:

She is a former member of the Revolutionary Communist Party. She is now a member of the Brexit Party.

Giving her the benefit of the doubt for one day [ I was once anarchist in my student yoof, also Fabian after that, gradually moving where I am now], then maybe she’s had her epiphany, I somehow doubt it.  And though Annunziata is Establishment, I still like her and know she’ll pull in votes for Brexit.

My father was a tradesman, so I have both TR elements in me and also Annunziata, strange mix. My education was more the latter’s.

These Turquoise Terrorists, as no doubt the loony left see them, might have something going here. I’m not sure more than 10%, including me in that 10%, will vote for Tommy in the GE but I’m also not sure he should be over in Brussels, his place is here or with Martin Selner etc., moving about freely.

UKIP?  Sigh – many of us have great loyalty but there are elements in there which did not get behind Gerard and Gerard, though a good man in my eyes – well, not sure he has the traction now, plus he wants to retire. I like Sargon.

It came down to Tommy or Nigel in the polling booth and after much angst, I went Nigel in this election only which was for a parliament we despise, are going to leave and was simply a statement by the people of these isles.

The GE is another thing altogether, so let’s see what now transpires.

6 comments for “Where do we go from here?

  1. May 24, 2019 at 10:58 am

    Please, readers, if you see good posts during your blogrounds, let’s have the urls here so we can see the whole picture.

  2. Lord T
    May 24, 2019 at 11:22 am

    People have been lying to polls for 10 years now. Myself about 25 years. After the last few years I wonder why anyone believes what they say where there is a few percentage points in it.

  3. James Strong
    May 24, 2019 at 4:34 pm

    It is every bit as important to vote Brexit Party in the next General Elaction as it was yesterday.
    We need lots of MPs who are clean, WTO Leavers. And we need them in the House of Commons because of Parliamentary Sovereignty.
    After we leave we can go back to voting any way we want; the important point is that we will truly be governed by people that we choose. And who are subject to being removed by us.

  4. James Strong
    May 24, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    I clicked on the link you gave about Claire Fox.
    I can’t see anything in there that says she is pro-muslim.

    Whenever I hear the word ‘islamophobia’ now I try to steer the conversation away from the word and on to the major points of Islamic teaching. I try to do this politely and calmly; in the past I have not always been politie and calm.
    But I am more likely to change minds in my new way than saying ‘ Go and find out you bloody moron’, as I have done in the past.

  5. Itellyounothing
    May 24, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    It’s parties that lack vision that are the problem. At some point after BREXIT we need to say “never again” will UK be so vulnerable to dictators.

    How?

    A party that offers me Swiss style binding citizen initiated referenda gets my vote.

    More of the same Westminster bullshit just gets my enmity.

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