If it were suggested that a second referendum on whether to stay or leave the E.U. should be called the majority of M.P.’s would doubtless think it a splendid idea. If it were suggested a referendum on whether to leave the E.U. with a deal or without I would think those same M.P’s would unite in the refrain of ‘not on your nelly’. The social elite have an agenda, you see, and leaving the E.U. anytime soon is not on it.
It is plainly obvious that we have quisling Members of Parliament from all parties at work in Westminster, with weasel-faced George Osborne no doubt pulling strings of sedition from his hallowed perch as editor of a regional newspaper. Those other two leading treacherous Remainers Blair and Heseltine are also no doubt in secret consort with the E.U. to undermine the democratic vote of the British people. In a less democratic country such enemies of democracy would not be appearing on news programmes but would be behind bars in hope of a lenient sentence.
The referendum was won by those who wanted to leave. To go against the vote is to undermine the long history of British democracy. The people won, certain politicians lost. Arguing over semantics is disrespectful to the electorate. Get over it and unite to do your best for your country. Or go live in a European country, preferably one that has misgivings about staying in the E.U.
Labour, too, are playing footsie with democracy. John McDonnell - he is currently my choice for a punch on the nose - has the face and rhetoric of a disillusioned missionary and if I were Jeremy Corbyn I would keep a close eye on him when, as seems likely, the Great British electorate decide to go for a walk on the colour of blood side as he could be the sort to wield a dagger at midnight. Corbyn himself looks ever more like a South American dictator who has forgotten where his office is and who has never fully recovered from losing in the 1978 quarter-finals of Britain’s most boring politician competition. And with the Liberal Democrats vying with Labour to see who can land the biggest number of low blows, the political situation at the moment is becoming more and more like a John Le Carre novel. It’s all about Power. Not power for the people but power for themselves, for their cranky idealism.
You must realise that no one in Labour, or any Party, is suggesting real democracy for our country, the sort where the people are given the opportunity to decide policy. As in Switzerland, for example. Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell make no bones about the fact they will continue to inform the British people what is good for them for however long the British people allow them to do so.
What is being missed in the brouhaha over whether we achieve a full-bloodied and engorged deal with Brussels, a flaccid deal of no substance or no deal at all, is that throughout Europe rumblings of discontent with the E.U. is threatening to allow the mad and bad to assume power, even in Germany, and if not outright power then great influence over policy toward immigration and refugees. The E.U. does not work, at least not in a humanitarian way. And certainly not for the man in the street. The E.U. do not care a penny for improving medical care, social care, education or employment in the smaller European countries to that enjoyed by Germany, France, Switzerland or even Britain. What they are pushing for, what their ultimate aim is, is what I refer to as the ‘Hitlerization of Europe’. Their clear intention is to mix up the cultures and religion of every major European country so that in ten, twenty or thirty years’ time there will be no such boast as a pure native German, Frenchman, Italian or Austrian. And this will be Brussels excuse to reduce individual countries to states within the United Federal States of Europe.
Face facts: the European Union is already a country. It has its own army, police force, judiciary, flag and anthem. It is a country that has not yet declared itself. It has leaders that are largely unelected, with a Parliament made up of the anonymous and unrecognised. Whatever evil or criminal cabal dictates E.U. policy we shall perhaps never know. But their aim is to govern the whole of Europe, as Hitler once tried to do. It is this cesspit of intrigue that Osborne, Blair and Heseltine wish us to be a part of.
What is being enacted in Westminster at the moment can be likened to ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’. It is ugly; it is despicable. It is a game where the rules are known only to the players involved. If in deed there are rules.
The sooner there is a national debate on whether Political Parties are appropriate for a truthful, modern society the more chance there will be for the vote of the people to be treated as sacrosanct by every Member of Parliament at Westminster. If not assassination, we should at least remind politicians that they are merely servants of the people.