July 2024

The great EU betrayal

(Thursday blog)

As our Remoaner MPs sabotage Brexit and do all they can to keep us in the wasteful, undemocratic, corrupt, German-controlled EU superstate, in which Britain will just become a minor region (ruled by unelected and incompetent Brussels eurocrats) rather than a country, let me just remind you what we were promised at the time of the 2016 In/Out Referendum in the booklet the Government sent to every home in Britain.

This was their promise:

This is your decision. The Government will implement what you decide

Perhaps I should repeat that in case there are any lying, brain-dead Remoaners reading this?

This is your decision. The Government will implement what you decide

The Government’s promise to us couldn’t have been clearer. But, of course, that promise was made when the establishment elites were convinced we would vote to stay in the EU.

Since then we’ve been fed lie after lie after lie after lie including being told that we didn’t know what we were voting for and that the referendum was only ‘advisory’ so our ruling elites are under no obligation to act according to the Leave vote winning.

Personally, I don’t believe we’ll ever leave the EU. The Establishment is in control and (as with other referendums around Europe) the Establishment believes that when we vote the ‘wrong’ way, either we should be forced to vote again and again and again till we give the ‘right’ answer or else our vote should just be ignored.

Here are some of the things we are losing by remaining in the German Fourth Reich (aka the EU):

And here’s a clear reminder why so many Brits wanted to get out of the clutches of the ghastly, bloated, power-grabbing EU:

5 comments to The great EU betrayal

  • John G Fields

    The country that created democracy has now destroyed it.
    The treacherous bastards have sold us down the river.
    In world war 2 millions of us should have stayed home and let Hitler walk in. I feel that my youth was wasted.
    I do not want to be English anymore. Germany has won without firing a shot.

  • Stillreading

    On the national scene this a.m. I am almost insensate with rage. As if the Brexit betrayal yesterday were not enough- predictable though it was – this a.m. we hear yet again how British soldiers, now octogenarians, sent almost half a century ago to do a vile job in Ireland, are waiting to hear whether they are to be prosecuted for doing the task required of them. Only those of us old enough to remember what was happening at the time can perhaps understand how things were. Their lives were in imminent danger every moment they were on Irish streets. My boys were little children at the time and I remember clearly discussing with a friend whose sons were a similar age how we would never want our boys to go into the Army if this was what they were required to deal with. And we have the appalling ongoing imprisonment of a soldier who, after seeing his comrades’ limbs hanging from trees in Afghanistan, finished off an already mortally wounded Taliban fighter! Patriotism? Forget it! Loyalty to one’s country? Forget it. Above all, forget England’s loyalty to its subjects. Incidentally, it’s £39 BILLION isn’t it? An unimaginable sum to those of us wondering how we can meet this year’s 5% increase in Council Tax plus the relentless hike in domestic power costs, much of it fuelled by the idiotic “green tax”. Donkeys led by idiots? Idiots led by donkeys? All much the same, isn’t it? Good luck to the snowflake generation – they’re going to need it!

  • Mike R

    Understandable views from John and excellent summary of the extent of the betrayal in David’s piece.
    Many of our MPs deserve to be thrown out at the next election, but sadly I fear that most of the ‘Brexit-wreckers will still be in place after that. Besides, who would want to replace them?!

  • William Boreham

    How bizarre that 8 years ago, there were widespread riots over the police shooting dead a criminal, while there is just passive acceptance at this stab in the back for our flagging democracy, ignoring the majority vote to leave the EU. Were we French, half the country would be ablaze right now.

  • william boreham

    Incidentally, reading an article today, this will have far more effect on what sort of society our grandchildren will be obliged to live in, than any difference Brexit, in or out, will make:

    “Total births in the European Union’s 28 member states in 2017 has fallen from the year before, while first-time mothers are now almost 30.
    Figures released by Eurostat on Tuesday revealed that there were 5.075 million babies born in the union in 2017, compared with 5.148 million in 2016 with the total fertility rate standing at 1.59 births per woman — down from 1.60 on the year before and well below the 2.1 births per woman needed to maintain a population.
    In terms of individual countries, France had the highest fertility rate at 1.90 births per woman, followed by Sweden (1.78), Ireland (1.77), Denmark (1.75), and the United Kingdom (1.74).
    The lowest fertility rates were in Malta (1.26), Spain (1.31), Italy and Cyprus (both 1.32), Greece (1.35), Portugal (1.38), and Luxembourg (1.39).
    These figures reveal that not one of the 28 European Union countries came close to replacement level in 2017.”

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