April 2024

Why we need to ditch treacherous Theresa’s dreadful betrayal of our country

(Wednesday blog)

There has already been much too much heat and noise generated by May’s Brexit supposed ‘deal’. And a week or so ago, I joined the ranks of the BoBs (Bored of Brexit) and wrote that we might as well accept Theresa May’s ‘deal’ and get on with leaving the EU.

But that was before I understood the poison pill hidden away in the small print. So, I would like to thank the diminutive French granny-banging would-be Napoleon for exposing the reality that May keeps trying to hide from us when metrosexual Emmanuelle Macron gloated that France would demand access to Britain’s fishing waters or else block Britain ever leaving the EU.

May keeps rabbiting on about the great future Britain will have outside the EU. But the problem is that May has sold out any chance of us ever getting to this future.

As far as I understand, Britain and the EU still have to negotiate our future relationship. Furthermore, as far as I understand, every single European country will have the ability to veto any future trade deal. This gives 27 countries the ability to blackmail Britain and demand anything they want. But Britain hasn’t got any cards to play in the negotiations to come. May has already agreed to hand over £39bn or more and to pay another £10bn or so a year for any further year we remain shackled to the EU.

We can already imagine the demands other countries will make – access to British fishing waters, special immigration rights for their citizens, loads of supposedly ‘environmental’ taxes on energy to prevent Britain becoming more competitive, maybe even increased business taxes in Britain to prevent Britain luring companies away from EU countries. The Spanish will probably demand joint sovereignty over Gibraltar. And so it goes on – demand after demand after demand. And we will have to give in to every single one.

For years into the future, Britain and the EU will squabble over these things and every year that passes will prolong uncertainty for business, cripple Britain economically, further enrich the EU at Britain’s expense and make Britain into a vassal state and a global laughing stock. (This is presumably why May’s excuse for a government refuses to publish the full legal advice on her proposed betrayal of our country)

For this reason and this reason alone we need to ditch May’s dreadful ‘deal’ and ditch the most incompetent, duplicitous, dishonest and useless PM our once great country has ever had.

When Trump made clear that May’s supposed ‘deal’ would prevent Britain signing a trade deal with the US, there were the usual howls of protest from the usual mainstream media and political talking heads.

But, as usual, Trump was right.

Any politician backing May’s capitulation to the EU is a traitor to our country. But we should remember that “greater love of himself hath no man than he will lay down his country for his own career”.

Here’s Nigel Farage commenting on May’s treasonous sell-out of our country:

11 comments to Why we need to ditch treacherous Theresa’s dreadful betrayal of our country

  • Stillreading

    Thank you for the Farage video. He affirms what I and many had already suspected – that May has signed up the UK to give away £39 billion, plus another £10 billion per annum, for absolutely nothing. In fact, we shall be in a WORSE position than we are now – subject to all existing EU regulations, plus new regulations in the formation of which we shall have no say, since we shall formally have left the EU. As yet we have gained nothing. From now on, any ONE of the 27 remaining countries can veto at any time anything the UK wants to do, including protecting our fishing zones and doing trade deals with non-European countries. Well Done, Treason May!
    (Just listen very carefully to her somewhat stumbling responses to an interviewer at the end of the video. It’s all about what we “shall be able” to do at some indeterminate time in the future, about having teams “looking into” this and that. Typical shifty politician talk, in short. All air, no substance.)

  • tomsk

    Folks. Come to London on Dec 9th meet at Whitehall @11.45. This deal is a surrender. Notice article 105 – The UK is forbidden from revealing anything the EU told us or tells us about the finer points of deal and its operation. WHAT ARE THEY NOT TELLING US ? Folks, do not accept this deal, do note vote Tory. Earlier this month May and Co were wearing poppys remembering the sacrifice of men/women whom fought to preserve our sovereignty and independence, a couple of weeks later they are signing it all away. If we do not leave now we will never leave. No Surrender.

  • tomsk

    And as for Farage and the damage hes done to our cause.

  • William Boreham

    According to the Mail, the majority of British people BACK May’s Brexit deal. No wonder Churchill said the best argument against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter. Especially this snowflake generation. I can’t think of any previous generation of proud English people who would cravenly accept being ruled by other than their own kind. Hopefully, for one of the few times in our history, Parliaments will rise to the occasion and throw May and her agreement into the cesspit where they belong. How many MPs are there with courage, honour and integrity these days? Seems we’ll soon find out, but I’m not holding my breath.

  • twi5ted

    This was on twitter recently and has the ring of truth:

    “So what does the PM mean when she says we are taking back control? Does the “we” mean herself and her EU friends rather than “we” the UK?”

    May is globalist to the core. Thankfully she does not appear to have anywhere near the numbers to pass the bill. Needs 318 votes and only 221 confirmed with 418 against assuming labour vote against and do not abstain.

  • A Thorpe

    Why stop with Theresa? You should include most of the politicians and the media. The MPs do not want us to leave, they were shown to be out of touch with the electorate they represent and now they are doing all they can to get their authority back and ensure we stay in the EU. They only agreed to the referendum because they were confident we would vote to remain in the EU. I was surprised by the result of the referendum and my first thought was that we will never leave and I still believe that.

  • ThisIsTheEnd

    I have no doubt she will sign us up to Unlimited Immigration as demanded by the unelected UN our worst nightmare come true. Anybody that resists in the Target country must be rooted out and dealt with.
    Looney Trudeau at the for, UK close behind I dont doubt,US.Australia,Poland,Hungary wont sign.

    “Perhaps this deal should not have come as a surprise, however, considering Trudeau’s stated position that Canada is a post-national state with no core identity. In other words, in Trudeau’s Canada there is no tradition to revere, no sacred values to defend and no identity to preserve.

    Trudeau, it seems, adheres to the principle of globalism, according to which the world is borderless, and the idea of sovereign nation-states is both reactionary and obsolete. In this borderless world, the governing body is the unelected, untransparent, unaccountable, corrupt United Nations and its agencies, which possess the authority to legislate international law that is then enforced by member states.

    Trudeau appears determined to turn Canada into a laboratory of the globalist agenda. This is probably why he is rushing to embrace the UN-proposed Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, to be adopted at the Intergovernmental Conference in Marrakech, Morocco, on December 10-11, 2018. Most Canadians are unaware of the content of the Global Compact, which their government has committed to sign. Yet it is in the context of this agreement that various decisions taken by the Trudeau government can be explained — decisions on issues such as immigration, climate change, “Islamophobia” and the $600 million media bailout.

    The Global Compact is a document detailing the requirements for member-states to adopt as policy that amounts to unfettered global migration. Trudeau has bought into this UN agenda and has decided to impose it on the Canadian people without their prior knowledge or consent.”

  • ruts

    The greatest travesty of my lifetime is that Mr Farage isn’t the one captaining HMS Great Britain out of these treacherous waters. I can only pray that by some miracle the EU implodes before we hit the impending globalist iceberg…

  • chris

    This is all about EU negotiating tactics. May is in on it too, to get the best deal…for the EU!and for the Conservative Party.

    If Parliament now votes on an amended deal it will simply allow the EU to cherry pick so as to squeeze our pips to the maximum.

    I wish we would just leave, but like marital divorce, someone has to have the guts to upset a partner and walk out into the unknown.

  • Stillreading

    ” I wish we would just leave, but like marital divorce, someone has to have the guts to upset a partner and walk out into the unknown.” As I did 40 decades ago when I left a violent husband, and difficult it certainly was, but the unknown, with freedom to make my own choices, proved infinitely preferable to being a victim. I found it to be packed with previously unforeseen opportunities, all waiting for me to take advantage of them. One thing I learned during the marriage: appeasement never works. It strengthens the bully and weakens the victim. Treason May has grovelled to appease Barnier, Merkel, Macron, Juncker and the rest by pledging £39 billion before obtaining any guarantees from them and by so doing she has positively reinforced their bullying tactics. A Hard Brexit is the only way forward now. A further referendum, with so many more of the snowflake generation eligible to vote, would almost certainly return a “Remain” result, which in effect would be appeasement max. Just imagine how the aforenamed EU leaders would rejoice and proceed to grind a grovelling UK into the dust”! They didn’t take much notice of us before; they’d take even less should we change our collective mind.

  • John Fields

    There is only one answer, a complete walk-away break, no deal, no money, no nothing,otherwise ,any contact or agreement with the EU means we will face a future of humiliation.

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