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The Brexit Desperation Rises as the Betrayal Deepens

The Brexit Desperation Rises as the Betrayal Deepens

Authored by Tom Luongo:


As I watch the desperation of these people, obviously loyal to the European Union first and their constituents a distant fourth or fifth – after themselves, their party and any corporate lobbyists – it’s clear they don’t have any clue as to how to get out of the mess they’ve made for themselves.

Yesterday the British parliament again took over the business from the government and again was incapable of providing any direction to that government as to what kind or type of Brexit would be acceptable.

Mike Shedlock has a good run-down of the votes themselves if you are interested in what terminal virtue-signaling looks like. Mike thinks:

There will likely be one more round of “indicative votes” and also likely May’s Deal vs No Deal or the result of the indicative vote.

There are options left. Theresa May will try to steer this to the vote she wanted all along: My Deal or No Deal.

If she can achieve that, I suspect it will pass but it is by no means certain.

I agree with the first point but the real challenge is neither of the options he lays out, there’s a bigger problem as of today. It is the latest betrayal of Brexit by Oliver Letwin and Yvette Cooper who will try and ram through a long-extension bill on Wednesday to put off Brexit for an indefinite period of time.

It will be yet another amendment of the Article 50 law that is, for all intents and purposes, a travesty of British parliamentary history since these amendments to the law have not gone through the normal review process which could easily take more time than these traitors have to stop Brexit happening on April 12th.

They are searching for a way to find a solution that involves them winning voter support while betraying Brexit. Project Fear hasn’t worked and now we’re into Project Attrition.

The problem is there is no such solution.

And the reason for that is has nothing to do with a house divided, party politics or anything else.

It’s all about them.

Politicians are a feckless and cowardly lot. They exist only to get re-elected and retain the perks of the office.

This is especially true in Britain as so many of them are incapable of holding, in Nigel Farage’s words, “a proper job” where they provide something of value in exchange for their time.

They are only good at one thing: being members of parliament, conniving for their own advantage.

And this has disheartened many British people, who rightly see their MPs imposing their will over those who voted for them.

It reeks of arrogance and entitlement. But it also reeks of fear.

Watching this play out reminds me of something Lee Stranahan said to me in my talk with him last fall. He said people think politicians don’t care about what we think, but that that is not true.

Politicians care only about what we think. Their entire lives are spent checking the direction of the political winds to see what they can get away with.

And the reason Brexit is such a ‘cock-up’ is because MPs refuse to actually vote for what they want to do because they know what the backlash from voters will be.

Ignore the opinion polling, especially in Britain. As I’m fond of saying, “there are lies, damn lies, statistics and British polling.” If the MPs were so secure in their arguments that the “people didn’t know what they were voting for in 2016,” or “things change, let’s put this to another vote” they wouldn’t have voted down all forms of Brexit and all forms of Not-Brexit over the past three weeks.

They would have voted for something.

And that’s because the Remainer Tories are scared of losing their seats for betraying their mandate and so is most of Labour. The only ones who seem committed to their path are the Scottish Nationals, having put all of their eggs into the ‘IndyRef 2’ basket, hoping a 2nd referendum on Brexit will pave the way for a second one on Scottish independence.

That’s why the desperation is so thick right now. Letwin is a dyed-in-the-wook europhile, who has a history of stabbing Prime Ministers in the back (Poll Tax) for political gain and Cooper is simply angling for Jeremy Corbyn’s spot as leader of Labour.

Both are calculating that they can stop Brexit and win politically as the heroes who saved the country from a “No-Deal” Brexit. I’m sure they know just how much the U.K. would be punished in the short term by the financial markets, currency speculators, banksters and corporate raiders, standing behind them and their counterparts in Brussels.

The Davos Crowd in other words.

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Remember, the mood at Davos this year was like a morgue. The oligarchs know they are fighting a defensive war now.

That is the plan at this point. To wear down opposition to their plans and blackmail the people into submission lest they lose trillions.

Don’t let the EU’s strong facade fool you. These people do not want a ‘no-deal’ Brexit anymore than my goats want steak for dinner. We already know this because we are into stoppage time on Brexit, handed out precisely because Theresa May went to them at the end of March with “No-Deal” in her back pocket.

But they have no other plan now. It’s more arm-twisting, desperation and hysteria. For now, it’s about the Letwin-Cooper amendment creating the illusion of cross-party support.

While Theresa May meets with Jeremy Corbyn to hash out what they can bring to the EU next week.

The EU wants the deal they dictated to Theresa May. She can’t deliver that. Now both will conspire to destroy both parties and betray Brexit.

In America, bipartisanship is just a euphemism for the two parties coming together to screw the people. That’s how we get everything bad in the U.S.

The same thing will happen here over Brexit.

Corbyn and May will lock horns and we’ll find out who is made of what. You know I think Theresa May is made of Gypsum, so all Corbyn has to do is access what’s left of his testosterone after a lifetime of selling it out to Marxism and Brexit will be over.

The likelihood now is that they will craft the worst possible compromise and try and sell that to both of their backbenchers.

Letwin and Cooper have set the stage with the legislation.

Now it’s up to Corbyn and May to bring it on home.

And in no case does “England Prevail.”

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Greedy swine, the lot of them. Noses in the troughs, traitorous bastards.

Loyal Tories have already begun cutting up their membership cards and sending it back to Tory HQ.

They have self destructed as a party due to their treachery and betrayal of the British (+ NI) people.

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One outcome of all of this chaos, Al, is the almost universal disgust toward the political classes within the UK. This has to be a good thing whatever happen’s, and is a watershed moment for the self-styled elite’s whose disdain for their electorates is now clear to those who have been blinded by deference to their ‘betters’. I hope for a straight forward BREXIT without any multi billion-pound gift to the EU. The EU is dying as it adopts yet more Khazar Marxist ideology that is designed to dilute nations with mass migration and use a plethora of regulations to… Read more »

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I totally agree with you, I have just been reading the Daily Express of all rags and your points are being brought up there left, right and centre.

Newport West is having a by election today, but UKIP candidate is Neil Hamilton – someone I am not that keen on, to say the least.

Labour had a 6,688 majority.

Could this be the shape of future votes, I doubt it but retain that hidden hope.

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This may interest you, Al. “Dear Robert This week, I personally served papers upon Government Solicitors in regards to a case we are holding at the High Court. This case is to show that the UK has indeed already left the European Union on the original deadline of precisely 11am, 29th March 2019. This is our only chance to complete what we voted for in the EU Referendum! Forget the noisy demos and justified anger THIS is the ONLY way we can HOPE to have our democratic mandate honoured….IN LAW! When Gina Miller started her case, the media was reporting… Read more »

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You can call me AL

Yes I have been following the case, well as much as we are allowed,

FlorianGeyer
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FlorianGeyer

This is also well worth looking at, and supported by various documents,Al.

https://www.infowars.com/meet-the-600-million-man-un-invasion-force/

Its all about the war on the West being waged with mass migration.

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Isabella

All one needs to do to see the “why” of this, is to read the pan-European project written in 1922 by Count Coudenhove-Kalergi. He outlined it then as – get this – “the best way to contain Russia”. ” plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose ..” He wanted Arabic and African – men especially – to flood Europe, in order to mate with white European women and produce a borderless land of people who, to quote him “looked like Dynastic Egyptians”. He believed such offspring would be “weak, unintelligent results of miscegenation”. Odd, given his own mixed race… Read more »

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FlorianGeyer

In reality, all of the world lives in some degree of tyranny. The self proffessed ‘Democracies’ are a form of diluted tyranny , where the masses are able to have a say in trivial matters. This gives the masses an illusion of being part of ‘ Our Democracy ‘, when it fact its just a placebo. The two party ‘see saw ‘ systems are joined in the ideology that matters to the Deep State, and both control the system that matters to them with a gloved fist, in my opinion. I am very glad that I am in the Winter… Read more »

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Agenda 30 The new agenda includes perhaps the most expansive list of groups to be given special focus of any international document of its kind. There is a strong focus on women and girls and gender issues, and the inclusion of children, youth, persons with disabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, older persons, indigenous peoples, refugees and internally displaced persons and migrants (e.g. para 23). >>>>>>>>> There is an important new commitment of Member States to welcome the positive contribution of migrants and ensure that migration takes place with “full respect for human rights and the human treatment of migrants regardless… Read more »

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FlorianGeyer

I suppose we always have been, and there are millions of dead ‘British’ soldiers buried abroad whilst fighting in wars that were of no real advantage for the ‘rank and file.

Its the Theatre of the Absurd.

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jrkrideau

all intents and purposes, a travesty of British parliamentary history since these amendments to the law have not gone through the normal review process

I take it you are not from an British Parliamentary democracy?

Parliament can do whatever Parliament damn well pleases. Custom, tradition, law, has no effect on Parliament in the end. Parliament is supreme.

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“Parliament can do whatever Parliament damn well pleases.” > https://www.expatica.com/uk/high-court-rules-uk-parliament-must-vote-on-brexit/ >. Can parliament vote away its own omnipotence? No! Can parliament surrender sovereignty to a foreign potentate, (save by a defeat in war), No. Not without a breach of our Constitutional Law. ======== The Daily Telegraph, === 12:00AM GMT 24 Mar 2001 by Caroline Davies FOUR peers invoked ancient rights under the Magna Carta yesterday to petition the Queen to block closer integration with Europe. The Duke of Rutland, Viscount Masserene and Ferrard, Lord Hamilton of Dalzell and Lord Ashbourne were imbued with the spirit of the ancient Charter, thrust… Read more »

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Isabella

She wont do a damn thing. She is the weakest excuse for a Monarch the UK ever had. Her words to “serve you all my days” are mere cake icing. What has she ever done bar smile, wave, and turn up to the odd event? She stood by and silently let the Government of the day sign away British sovereignty to Europe. She stood by and silently let Tony Blair turn Britain into a War Criminal Nation. Yes, the powers of the Monarch have been severely restricted down the years, but she still has some. There some things she can… Read more »

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Peter Milne

The Nose – Knows
I never trust anyone with a “hook nose”
Here we have two

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TEP

Even if May & Corbyn can fudge through a compromise deal leaving the UK subordinated to the EU but securing enough UK parliament votes to pass, I think it will only be a temporary victory. If this happens, there will emerge a new “Brexit” party ahead of the next election, possibly led by Farage, that will be joined by the anti-compromise/Brexit MPs from all sides of the House, as well as some new ones who will stand on the same platform. All MPs of this new party will be committed to honouring the stated wish of the British people as… Read more »

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Cudwieser

A little word there to pay attention to. Such reform won’t be announced so politely, but certainly very succinctly…WAR.

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