Brexit is going to happen, Remainers, so YOU suck it up


Blackleaf
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“SUCK it up,” advises Remoaner MP Anna Soubry – three little words that mean so much.

“Suck it up” infers that democracy is dead in this country.

“Suck it up” means that 17.4 million votes in the EU referendum — the largest mandate in British history — do not mean a damn thing.


TONY PARSONS Brexit is going to happen, Anna, so YOU suck it up and let democracy speak

'Suck it up' proclaims that the pro-EU establishment in this country feels perfectly free to veto the instructions of the British people - because we are pig-ignorant peasants whose opinions are irrelevant

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By Tony Parsons
17th June 2018
The Sun on Sunday

“SUCK it up,” advises Remoaner MP Anna Soubry – three little words that mean so much.

“Suck it up” infers that democracy is dead in this country.


Anna's Soubry's use of 'suck it up' implies that the British people are too stupid to be trusted with a vote

“Suck it up” means that 17.4 million votes in the EU referendum — the largest mandate in British history — do not mean a damn thing.

“Suck it up” implies that the British people are too stupid to be trusted with a vote.

“Suck it up” means intellectual giants like Anna, above, know best.

“Suck it up” proclaims that the pro-EU establishment in this country — the unelected House of Lords, the licence fee-funded BBC, the MPs of every stripe who put their loyalty to the EU far above any obligation to their constituents or their country — feel perfectly free to veto the instructions of the British people, because we are pig-ignorant peasants whose opinions are irrelevant.


'Suck it up' proclaims that the pro-EU establishment in this country — including the unelected House of Lords - feel perfectly free to veto instructions of the British people

“Suck it up, suck it up,” sneered Anna Soubry — so good she crowed it twice.

“Suck it up, suck it up and accept there is no alternative other than the customs union and the single market,” cackled Anna.

And “Suck it up, suck it up” means bend the knee — you little people, you stupid serfs — for the great unwashed need to realise that the largest democratic vote in the history of our people ultimately changes nothing.

We will not be free to strike trade deals around the world. We will not control our borders. Suck it up because after Brexit we will continue to be a colony of the great imperialist EU empire, but now reduced to the status of a non-voting member, forced to obey EU rules without having any say in the making of those rules.


We are tired of being pushed around by nasty little bully boys such as Michel Barnier and Jean-Claude Juncker

But you may have overplayed your hand here, Anna.

The British people, I would respectfully suggest, do not like being told to “suck it up”.

In fact, I believe there is nothing more likely to enrage them.

I would also put it to you, Anna — and all the triumphant establishment big shots who believe that Brexit is dead in a ditch — that you are in for the shock of your pampered lives.

The Remoaners believe Theresa May is too weak to deliver Brexit and they are almost certainly right.

But that doesn’t mean that 17.4 million votes can just be left out for history’s bin men. It just means that it is time for Theresa to go and write her memoirs.

May has done her best — unlike the coward David Cameron, who ran off with a wobbly chin the moment he lost the referendum.

But our nation’s future is bigger than the transient career of any politician.


May has done her best — unlike the coward David Cameron, who ran off with a wobbly chin the moment he lost the referendum

Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership looks as precarious as May’s, for there are too many Labour MPs who want to see the UK remain a vassal state of the European Union.

Both May and Corbyn look as though they are hanging on by bloody, broken fingernails. Brexit has caused bitter divisions that will endure for a generation.

But sorry — that doesn’t mean we are going to “suck it up”.

If this PM cannot deliver Brexit, then get one who will. And if that means another General Election, bring it on. The British are sick of the disrespect that Brussels has shown this country.

We are tired of being pushed around by nasty little bully boys such as Michel Barnier and Jean-Claude Juncker.


Leading Tory rebels including Dominic Grieve, Anna Sounry and Ken Clarke are still pushing for MPs to get a vote on the final Brexit deal - because they know best, apparently

Tell them that if they want that £39 billion divorce bill, they need to start showing some manners.

The British have bent over backwards to conduct the Brexit negotiations with decency and respect. All Brussels ever does is spit in our faces.

Let’s start standing up to these bullying Brussels bastards.

And if Labour want to be honest with the British people, then get shot of old Jeremy and replace him with an unapologetic Brussels groupie.


Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership looks as precarious as May’s, for there are too many Labour MPs who want to see the UK remain a vassal state of the European Union

And good luck on all those working-class doorsteps, telling all those millions to “suck it up”.

I agree with Anna Soubry on this point — Brexit is a mess.

But Brexit WILL happen.

Every MP stood on a manifesto promise to respect the Referendum result. Too many of them are inveterate, shameless, hypocritical liars. The House of Commons and the House of Lords are not the masters of the people. They are our servants.

And if they don’t like that fact, then I am afraid they are just going to have to — oh, what’s the expression? Suck it up.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/655152...ry-suck-it-up/
Last edited by Blackleaf; Jun 17th, 2018 at 11:34 AM..
 
justlooking
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Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

“Suck it up” proclaims that the pro-EU establishment in this country — the unelected House of Lords, the licence fee-funded BBC, the MPs of every stripe who put their loyalty to the EU far above any obligation to their constituents or their country — feel perfectly free to veto the instructions of the British people, because we are pig-ignorant peasants whose opinions are irrelevant.

'Suck it up' proclaims that the pro-EU establishment in this country — including the unelected House of Lords - feel perfectly free to veto instructions of the British people

We will not be free to strike trade deals around the world. We will not control our borders. Suck it up because after Brexit we will continue to be a colony of the great imperialist EU empire, but now reduced to the status of a non-voting member, forced to obey EU rules without having any say in the making of those rules.

The Remoaners believe Theresa May is too weak to deliver Brexit and they are almost certainly right.










'We could collapse the Government': Tory rebel ringleader Dominic Grieve issues warning to May as he says Remainers will NOT back down in Brexit row ahead of crunch votes this week

  • Dominic Grieve has amendment to give MPs a meaningful vote on Brexit deal
  • PM avoided humiliating Commons rebellion last week by promising compromise
  • Tory rebels accused her of reneging on deal and threatened to rebel this week
  • EU Withdrawal Bill, known as the Brexit Bill, returning to parliament tomorrow



Dominic Grieve warns May 'we could collapse Government' over Brexit | Daily Mail Online










Everyone who follows this knows if no deal, the House will for the UK to stay in the EEA.


All 4 pillars of the EU. trade, free movement, ECJ, and pay pay pay.




The UK will need a full blood revolution to leave the EU.
May made the mistake of not deselecting any Tory Remoaner at the last election.


Soubry, Grieieve, Morgan etc. are traitors to the UK.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by justlooking View Post

'We could collapse the Government': Tory rebel ringleader Dominic Grieve issues warning to May as he says Remainers will NOT back down in Brexit row ahead of crunch votes this week

He backed down.

And, thanks to him backing down after saying he wouldn't, Brexit has become law. That means anyone attempting to overturn it from now on would be breaking the law...

Brexit: Bill approved after May sees off rebellion

20 June 2018
BBC News



The government's Brexit bill has passed through Parliament after Theresa May saw off a revolt by Tory MPs.

Peers accepted the amendment to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill sent to them from the House of Commons, meaning the bill now goes for Royal Assent, becoming law.

Earlier, the government won the vote 319 to 303, after assurances were accepted by would-be rebels that MPs would have a meaningful say.

The PM called it a "crucial step" in delivering a "smooth" Brexit.

Mrs May said: "Today's votes show people in the UK, and to the EU, that the elected representatives in this country are getting on with the job, and delivering on the will of the British people.

"Over the next few weeks we will publish more details of our proposed future relationship with the EU in a White Paper, and will bring the Trade and Customs Bills back to the House of Commons.

"But today has been an important step in delivering the Brexit people voted for, a Brexit that gives Britain a brighter future, a Britain in control of its money, laws, and borders."

Before the Commons vote, Dominic Grieve, leader of the would-be rebels - who wanted to ensure MPs had the power to stop the UK leaving without a deal - said the "sovereignty of Parliament" had been acknowledged.

Both sides have claimed victory with Stephen Hammond, a pro-EU MP who eventually sided with the government, suggesting ministers had agreed to give Parliament a "real say" on top of other concessions.

But international trade secretary Liam Fox said nothing had really changed and the option of a no-deal Brexit had been left firmly on the table.

"There is no change to the fundamental issue here which is the government cannot be forced by Parliament to negotiate something which it does not want to do," he told the BBC's political editor Laura Kuenssberg.

He said the government had "to be able to hold out in our negotiations the prospect of no deal" otherwise the EU would get the upper hand.

On Wednesday evening, following the Commons vote, Leader of the Lords Baroness Evans of Bowes Park said the EU (Withdrawal) Bill had been "debated at length" and was very different as a result of amendments tabled by the Lords.

"I believe our role now is to accept their view as expressed in a vote a few hours ago," she said.

Peers approved the government's proposal without a vote.

The UK is due to leave the European Union on 29 March 2019 and negotiations have been taking place over the terms of its departure.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-44542156