On the 12th day of Brexit, Theresa gave to me... The start of World War III


Blackleaf
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Frankly, I'm sick and tired of being patronised by a Canadian financier with an Irish passport who has become a UK citizen so he can be rewarded with a knighthood for his part in attempting to derail the democratically expressed will of the British people...

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: On the 12th day of Brexit, Theresa gave to me... The start of World War III




By Richard Littlejohn for the Daily Mail
30 November 2018

On the first day of Brexit, Theresa gave to me: A lifetime of penury. On the second day of Brexit, Theresa gave to me: Some garbage from Mark Carney.

Strictly speaking, Day Two should really be about national security, but I couldn't make it scan.

The Home Office minister Ben Wallace spent yesterday putting himself about in radio and TV studios warning that we're all going to be murdered by terrorists unless MPs get behind Mother Theresa's risible Brexit 'deal'.


Theresa May said if MPs 'voted down' her deal 'then obviously decisions would have to be taken' and planning for a no-deal Brexit would be stepped up


We're asked to believe that in the event of 'no deal', all co-operation between Britain and European law enforcement agencies will come to an end.

He claims that would mean no exchange of information about criminals and terror suspects, no access to fingerprint databases or airline passenger lists, no extradition and, wait for it, no ability to prevent illegal immigration.

No it won't.

But hang on a minute. Wallace has been getting ahead of himself. Immigration isn't pencilled in until next Tuesday.

Sorry, didn't I mention it? You don't believe that any of this has come out of thin air, do you? The Prime Minister's Twelve Days Of Brexit horror show is being ruthlessly co-ordinated by No 10.

Careerist ministers like Wallace are only doing what they're told.


The Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney (pictured above) hosted a Financial Stability Report earlier this week

The Downing Street propaganda machine has drawn up a strict timetable governing the release of 'information' in the run-up to the big Commons vote on December 11.

This 'grid', as the sultanas of spin like to call it, has been leaked to the website Politico. Actually, there are 13 days on it, starting the day before yesterday, but don't let's split hairs.

It all kicked off in earnest on Wednesday, when Bank of England governor Mark Carney was wheeled out to deliver another of his famous Private Frazer 'We're All Doomed' routines.


Ben Wallace (pictured above) spoke at the International Security Expo in London earlier this week


None of his previous apocalyptic warnings has come to pass, so there's no reason why we should take any notice of this one.

Having said that, it was a classic of its kind. Future historians will marvel at the cynical depths to which an allegedly 'independent' governor of the Bank of England was prepared to sink in order to ingratiate himself with his political paymasters. Carney really cranked up the ante, declaring that a no-deal Brexit would lead to the worst crash since the Thirties, house prices could fall by a third and the economy shrink to the size of a small tangerine.

One of his sidekicks went even further, claiming that post-Brexit Britain was facing the most devastating financial crisis since we came off the gold standard.

Oh, for heaven's sake. Why stop there? Why not the worst crisis since the Black Death?

Bring out your dead!

Carney doesn't sound like a responsible central banker. He should be marching up and down London's Oxford Street, wearing a sandwich board declaring 'The End Of The World Is Nigh' and shouting at passers-by.

Frankly, I'm sick and tired of being patronised by a Canadian financier with an Irish passport who has become a UK citizen so he can be rewarded with a knighthood for his part in attempting to derail the democratically expressed will of the British people.

And Carney was just the warm-up act. The next week-and-a-bit is already mapped out. Today is 'International Trade' day.

Presumably, that means we're going to be told we won't be able to sell anything to Europe unless we sign up to Mother Theresa's surrender document.

After that, it's 'Digital', probably a re-run of the Millennium Bug scare, with so-called experts warning that 'no deal' means all our computers will stop working on March 30 next year.

Following 'Immigration' on Tuesday — unless we stay in the EU, they'll send us millions of Izal jihadists and Syrian rapists currently camped out at Calais — it's 'Transport'.

That should be a belter. Planes falling out of the sky we already know about. What will they come up with next — no more cheap holidays on the Costa del Crime? Ferries sinking in the Channel? No more Eurostar? Spares for your foreign cars no longer available? The possibilities are endless.

Day Ten is 'Brexit for the whole UK'. On the tenth day of Brexit, Theresa gave to me: No border in the Irish Sea. That still won't stop the DUP voting against.

The whole shebang could reach a crescendo on the eve of the crucial vote. On the Twelfth Day of Brexit, Theresa gave to me: The start of World War III.

Here's a plan. To really get in the festive spirit, why doesn't Theresa send a Twelve Days Of Brexit advent calendar to every home in the country.

What fun for all the family. The kiddies could come down each morning and open a new window.


Philip Hammond has been giving interviews the past week to broadcasters in Westminster

If it's Monday, out would pop Philip Hammond, emptying a money box on the floor.

Open Tuesday, and millions of illegal immigrants jump out and escape across the kitchen on their way to claim asylum in Croydon.

Wednesday's window reveals winding dole queues, as millions lose their jobs because of Brexit.

By Friday, a bailiff would emerge and repossess your house, while on Saturday social workers take your children into care.

A Brexit advent calendar wouldn't cost much more than the £9 million Call Me Dave blew on posting a Vote Remain leaflet to everyone before the referendum. And it's a spit in the ocean, compared to the £39 billion she's planning to bung the EU in exchange for, er, nothing.

That leaflet spelled out in graphic detail the horrors that lay in wait for us — no single market, no customs union, etc — yet still a clear majority voted Leave. So I don't know how Remoaners can now claim we didn't know what we were voting for.

If the result had gone the other way, we Leavers would have accepted that we lost fair and square and got on with our lives. Everybody back on the coach.

The only reason we're such a bitterly divided nation is because a largely London-based clique of well-funded, resentful Remainiacs is determined to keep us in the EU, in any shape or form possible.

That's what the revival of Project Fear is all about. Don't they understand they are insulting the intelligence of everyone who voted in the referendum, whether they cast their vote for Leave or Remain?

What we're witnessing is an affront to democracy.

Have these fanatics never heard Einstein's dictum: 'The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.'

If this really is the end of the world as we know it, I feel fine.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/a...d-War-III.html
 
Tecumsehsbones
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It's hard to NOT patronize a retarded child.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

It's hard to NOT patronize a retarded child.

He may be a tit, but it's a bit harsh saying that about Mark Carney.
 
Dixie Cup
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And the Brits are going to sign the UN Global Migration Compact" so even if Brexit goes through as it should Brits will have to abide by this UN document. It is an obscure and disingenuous document that no country should sign, but alas, governments are refusing to do their due diligence and likely signing something they haven't read (or likely haven't read).


I do not understand why there are countries (esp. Canada) who are so enthralled with the UN ESPECIALLY since they know damn well how corrupt it is. I don't get it!


JMHO
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by Dixie Cup View Post

And the Brits are going to sign the UN Global Migration Compact" so even if Brexit goes through as it should Brits will have to abide by this UN document. It is an obscure and disingenuous document that no country should sign, but alas, governments are refusing to do their due diligence and likely signing something they haven't read (or likely haven't read).
I do not understand why there are countries (esp. Canada) who are so enthralled with the UN ESPECIALLY since they know damn well how corrupt it is. I don't get it!
JMHO

Have no fear. If there's ever been a country that actually followed a UN document, except when that country decided it wanted to, I've never heard of it.
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

Frankly, I'm sick and tired of being patronised by a Canadian financier with an Irish passport who has become a UK citizen so he can be rewarded with a knighthood for his part in attempting to derail the democratically expressed will of the British people...

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: On the 12th day of Brexit, Theresa gave to me... The start of World War III



It,s important to concentrate on the just over the horizon WW111 separation will be the norm soon enough however the splits won,t all be on paper and the costs will be unbearable for millions. The UK should concentrate on transgender issues, subsidized makeup and testicle removal treatments.
 
MHz
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Should the title not say '12th decade . . '

Can you imagine if Crimea and Russia went like this??
 
Blackleaf
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tony parsons The Prime Minister’s lousy, stinking deal will leave us shackled to the EU with no say on how it’s run

The Prime Minister is counting on the people who are 'bored of Brexit' and just want Theresa May to 'get on with it', but we aren't sick of Brexit, we are sick of being bullied by Brussels

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By Tony Parsons
1st December 2018
The Sun

THERESA MAY is banking on the BOBs – the people “bored of Brexit”, who are sick and tired of all the endless bickering and want Nanny May to “just get on with it.”

Even if “just getting on with it” means becoming a non- voting member of the EU?

Even if “just getting on with it” means Brexit in name only?


Theresa May 's lousy Brexit deal has little chance of making its way past Parliament

Even if “just getting on with it” means our country — not invaded for 1,000 years — becomes a colony of Brussels?

No thanks, Nanny May!

It is not Brexit that the British people are bored with.

The British people are sick of being BULLIED.

Bullied by politicians like that eternal glumbucket Philip Hammond, a Chancellor of the Exchequer with the demeanour of a coffin chaser, who has never ever accepted the result of the largest poll in British history.

Bullied by Bank of England boss Mark Carney, who warns that daring No Deal will cause unemployment to soar, house prices to tumble and inflation to come over all giddy.


Brits are sick of being bullied by the likes of Philip Hammond, who has never believed in the referendum

And bullied, yes, by our PM — a decent woman trying to do her duty under impossible circumstances, but who has never believed in her heart that Brexit was anything other than an exercise in damage limitation.

And, above all, we are sick of being bullied by Brussels.

From the first to the last, our “friends and partners” in Brussels have treated this country with sneering disrespect.

Even when they come from countries where they would be speaking*German if it wasn’t for our fathers and grandfathers.

That’s what we are really bored with, Theresa — the bully boys in Brussels.

The EU are acting like they have won.

And who can blame them?


Theresa May has been pushed around by the bully boys of Brussels such as Michel Barnier for far too long

May’s lousy stinking deal would leave us shackled to the European Union but with no say on how that incompetent, job-shredding empire is run.

May’s deal would cripple our ability to strike trade deals around the world.

And for the privilege of kissing the EU’s boots, the British taxpayer gets to pay £39billion.

No wonder our “friends” in the EU are gloating!

Truly, with Theresa’s deal looking like it has little chance of crawling past Parliament, this would be a great time for our EU “friends” to keep their mouths firmly shut.

But they just can’t stop gloating.

President Emmanuel Macron, that numpty Napoleon, says the threat of keeping the UK trapped in the customs union forever gives France “leverage” — that is, a big stick to wave when France seeks access to British fishing waters.


Monsieur Macron is crowing that the price of Brexit is the humbling of the United Kingdom

The thuggish Martin Selmayr, the EU’s chief Brit-hating bureaucrat, gloats “the power is with us."

But who do you think you are kidding, Mister Selmayr, if you think this old country’s done?

I just can’t believe that this proud, free nation will bend the knee and capitulate to Brussels.

I can’t believe we will cravenly accept Nanny May’s warning that we must become an EU colony, or it will be very, very bad indeed.

I have no idea how many of the dire predictions currently doing the rounds are true.

I have no idea if we will end up with no deal, the Norway option, the Canada option or Comrade Corbyn’s preference — the Venezuela option.

But I do know this is still a great country.

As I write these words, people are risking their lives on the cruel waters of the English Channel in the hope of a better life.

And NONE of them are heading to France. NONE of them are laying their lives on the line to get inside the European Union.

Are you worried about our future? Me too.

I am afraid that the uncertainty will drag on for years. I am afraid the uncertainty will have a negative impact on everything — investment, employment and something as simple as our quality of life.

Project Fear turned out to be Project Fibs — but nobody can truly know what is going to happen in every possible scenario.

But one thing is absolutely certain. Mrs May, for all her decent and noble efforts, all her hard work, is offering us a future where we would be worse off than we are today.

And nothing terrifies me more than being a colony of Brussels.

For all the uncertainties around all of the alternatives, Mrs May’s deal throws away freedoms that better men than me fought and died for.

Nobody has the moral right to give away our sovereignty. Nobody.

Our Prime Minister has shown courage and a sense of duty.

But she has also displayed pessimism and defeatism.


The Bank of England's Mark Carney has warned that daring no deal would cause unemployment to soar

She has tried to treat our “friends” in the European Union with decency and respect.

All of her sense of fair play has been thrown back in her face.

The likes of Herr Selmayr and Monsieur Macron are crowing that the price of Brexit is the humbling of the United Kingdom.

They are bullying us.

And there will be more bullying to come — for decades, forever — if we do not stand up to them now.

What else can you do with a bully?

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/787656...bullied-by-eu/