Quislings

You’ve seen the proofs of Johnson keeping the UK in, losing fisheries, defence:

https://4liberty.org.uk/2019/10/19/the-second-worst-deal-in-our-modern-history/

Melanie Phillips:

Speaking to BBC Politics Live, political commentator Melanie Phillips said:

“Britain has a potential weapon, which is no deal. Without that, Britain is at the mercy of the EU. With a fixed time at the end of the year, it is completely at the mercy of the EU.”

The EU is all or nothing, you saw that from Luxembourg today. It’s EU Remain or No Deal, that’s all. Which do you want?

If there is any party for Brexit in your area, please vote for it.

4 comments for “Quislings

  1. woodsy42
    December 5, 2019 at 8:08 pm

    Problem is that Farage played this completely wrong and effectively marginalised the Brexit party.
    Instead of standing down in existing Tory seats he should have stood down in seats where known leavers had an existing majority (irrespective of party) or were so marginal he would have prevented a brexiteer win, then he could have fought every seat where a remainer was standing and expected to win (irrespective of party).
    That would have kept TBP in the news (instead of being sidelined), relevent and likely won some seats, so TBP would have influence in the new parliament.
    It would have avoided the ridiculous situation where some Tory held constituencies now have no credible brexiteer candidate while brexiteers in Lab marginals may split the leaver vote. (as in my area where Lab have a tiny majority, we have a solid brexit Tory who would almost certainly take the seat, but we also have BP candidate who will split the vote)

    • December 5, 2019 at 8:20 pm

      Quite agree it was a tactical disaster.

  2. Judd
    December 5, 2019 at 8:41 pm

    Farage is never going to be trusted again, many of us were looking forward to giving the tories the electoral thrashing they so richly deserve, once again Farage has bult the hopes of decent people up only to once again disappoint at the last moment.

    How long before he’s insulting BP members and supporters just as he did with UKIP.

    Sadly, and understandably, in labour strongholds they’ll just see Farage and BP as a tory sidekick, and i expect support they would otherwise have had to dry up.

    Note the trojan horse Ms Rees-Mogg and conspirators have timed the knifing of BP well, so much for those honourable Rees-Moggs.

    I’m ashamed of myself for being taken in by JRM himself, more fool me, i believed he was a man of decency and honour in a sea of dishonourable shysters, but when push came to shove he’s reverted to type, another tory off the production line at Eton.

    • December 5, 2019 at 8:43 pm

      Which leaves us with no one. Bring on 2020.

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