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Cowardly Britain commits suicide

There’s really not much to say is there?

Britain has voted – for its own destruction:

Last year Britain had the courage to defy the globalist elites by voting for independence. That courage has now evaporated. Yesterday Britain voted for:

  • more immigration
  • no control over our borders
  • staying in the undemocratic corrupt, wasteful EUSSR
  • more ‘diversity’
  • more social unrest
  • censorship of anyone daring to criticise the cult of mayhem and murder
  • the end of Britain

Apparently a large part of the success of Corbyn’s Labour was due to young people registering and voting for him.

So, dear young people, when you get blown up at concerts, stabbed in pubs and bars, shot in restaurants  and when tens of thousands of young British girls are gang-raped, gang-sodomised and gang-tortured – please don’t complain – it’s what you voted for!

You’ve voted for the destruction of your country – I hope you enjoy it!

11 comments to Cowardly Britain commits suicide

  • david brown

    The person to blame is May who had a working majority with a clear mandate from the nation to take us out of the EU. She procrastinated and dithered about article 50 the two year notice to leave the EU for ten months.
    She was the Home Secretary who let in more migrants than any other in British History.
    May called an election the people did not want and she did not need. Announced unpopular policies re Dementia care costs and foxhunting. Why? Was it her goal all along to sabotage leaving the EU?

  • Stillreading

    Makes you wonder, doesn’t it? I have been wanting to trust May ever since the Brexit vote last year, but have remained consistently sceptical and for that reason voted UKIP yesterday. I could safely do this in the certain knowledge that nothing short of an simultaneously earthquake and a tsunami hitting the South coast yesterday could have overturned a Tory majority in my Constituency. Indeed, the attitude is one of such complacency that counting will probably not even start until around 9 a.m. this morning.
    May brought this on herself, when she effectively told the hundreds of thousands of retired people who never relied on State handouts, who worked all their lives (usually from age 16) and contributed to NI, that the State pension triple lock was to go, that their homes and savings would be sacrificed to pay for social care, that they were so rich they could dispense with the winter fuel allowance. (Incidentally, these people also deplore the creeping privatisation of the NHS.) Well, Mrs May, I’ve got news for you; your core supporters, older, middle-class and upper-working class home-owning ENGLISH people are neither rich nor are they happy to be taken for granted. They are proud, they struggle on financially in the face of escalating food and fuel costs, they aspire to leaving the bulk of their life-time savings and property to their beloved children and grandchildren. Had you taken the trouble to visit and genuinely mingle with traditional Tory supporters, you would perhaps have learned what these people, all of whom initially wished you well when you became PM after the Brexit vote, were expecting from you and from a Conservative government. For what it’s worth, almost all the young I know (the 18 – 25 group)- and I know a lot through my grandchildren – openly declared their intention to vote for the appalling Corbyn, since he was the only one who appeared to hold out any hope of a future where they would not be saddled with enormous debt as a reward for wishing to be educated to degree standard. |Of course, this group is too young, too naïve, to have experienced previous Labour governments and are unable, therefore, to comprehend that every Labour government to date has effectively bankrupted the nation and left the mess for the next lot to try to clear up! Now it all starts yet again, but with the additional, lethal, complication of the truly terrifying eventual Islamic takeover. Yes indeed, the UK effectively committed suicide yesterday and the catalyst was Theresa May.

  • NoMore

    I am in shock. Astounded that a 70’s throwback like Corbyn could get 40% of the vote. Amazed that UKIP got less than 2%. The hubris and stupidity of that May fool has cost us our Brexit: 40 years it took to get a chance to avoid becoming a vassal state of Germany and it’s all in jeopardy because of that soft left nincompoop. The Tories took their core vote for granted and fell between two stools. The is a terrible day.

    (P.S. You have July in your picture not June)

  • Gloria from Victoria

    Well put ‘Stillreading’….. I too wanted the former ‘remainer’ May to succeed and she got my vote, however, you have to wonder what she/they were playing at…..the young are always drawn towards socialism because on paper it looks good but as we know, it doesn’t ever work. I’ve said it before but I’m glad I am nearer the end than the beginning.

  • Roy Hartwell

    May’s manifesto promised changes to people who would have to bear the true cost of them. Corbyn’s manifesto promised changes to people who wouldn’t have to bear the cost of them. Unfortunately, in this day and age of snowflakes, it was obvious who would win !!

  • Joe Schmoe

    Good valid points from all the above readers.

    It leaves this country in a mess, with a pound that
    will continue to fall.

    Anybody got any solutions?

  • Chris

    This extract from the Tory Manifesto is one reason many young people voted for Corbyn:
    …………………………………………….
    A Framework for Data and the Digital Economy.

    ‘ While we cannot create this framework alone, it is for government, not private companies, to protect the security of people and ensure the fairness of the rules by which people and businesses abide. Nor do we agree that the risks of such an approach outweigh the potential benefits. It is in the interests of stable markets that consumers are protected from abusive behaviour, that money is able to flow freely and securely, and that competition between businesses takes place on a level playing field. It is in no-one’s interest for the foundations of strong societies and stable democracies – the rule of law, privacy and security – to be undermined.

    ‘So we will establish a regulatory framework in law to underpin our digital charter and to ensure that digital companies, social media platforms and content providers abide by these principles.

    We will introduce a sanctions regime (FINES) to ensure compliance, giving regulators the ability to fine or prosecute those companies that fail in their legal duties,

    and to order the removal of content(CENSRORSHIP) where it clearly breaches UK law.

    We will also create a power in law for government to introduce an industry-wide levy (TAX) from social media companies and communication service providers

    to support awareness and preventative activity to counter internet harms, just as is already the case with the gambling industry.’
    ……………………………………………

    I wonder if this blog would be allowed under the Tory regime?

    I agree with everything Stillreading says and I’m afraid Mrs May lost me as a voter when she repeatedly lied to Andrew Neil about the cap on social care costs not being a U turn. Unfortunately May is out of touch with Tory voters, perhaps her privileged/religious upbringing and the fact she has no offspring make her blind to the realities of real life.

  • Libtard

    I’m lovin’ it!

    The Plan is working beautifully.

    I have so much to gain from this…

    Hint: better start learning Arabic NOW. And learn to Respect and Honor the Holy Quoran.

    Those are my solutions.

    Of course, being White, you think you’re better than anyone else…

  • ItsAllOverNow

    Hey Libtard get a load of this , up yours Comrade.YOUR ARAB FRIENDS.

    Saudi Soccer Team Refuse To Observe Minute’s Silence For London Terror Attack Victims.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-06-09/saudi-socer-team-refuse-observe-minutes-silence-london-terror-attack-victims

  • Lew

    May did what was required of her, she’s buggered Brexit which was the plan right from the start, she’s done exactly what was expected of her.

    We voted the wrong way last year, we were due punishment for daring to not do as we wee told and now we’ve got it.

    RIP Great Britain

  • zx80

    Libtard
    June 9, 2017 at 11:21 am

    I’m lovin’ it!

    The Plan is working beautifully.

    I have so much to gain from this…

    Hint: better start learning Arabic NOW. And learn to Respect and Honor the Holy Quoran.

    Those are my solutions.

    Of course, being White, you think you’re better than anyone else…

    Work at Macdonalds do you? Big mac and french fries please comrade, after all youre lovin it.

    As for respecting a religion that murders children and gays, and treats women like dogs because its run by mysoginistic bullying cowards who enjoy the smell of each others bums, are scared of snatch, petrified by pussy, creeped out by clam, frightened of fanny, why would you endorse it? Wasnt your own mother a woman or were you just hatched out somewhere on the sunny side of a brick wall? She must be real proud of what she spawned all those hours ago.

    Have to agree with your final statement though, its hard being this much better than your psychotic murdering isi loving pals down in Barking. Woof! Woof!

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