Tag: EU referendum

The Great Brexit Betrayal

Guardian Council, Going Postal

I ought to warn you, Dear Reader, for this is a conspiracy theory. It has no basis in facts apart from my thoughts and observations and I’m going to present my case without a shred of empirical evidence; although I do assume that the evidence is out there just waiting to be found. But do also be warned, please, that only because it’s a conspiracy theory doesn’t mean there isn’t also a conspiracy.

Let’s cast our minds back to the 23rd of June 2016, when surprisingly enough the British people democratically decided to leave the European Union in the largest exercise of their free will so far – and dare I say for ever, for any plebiscite is indeed unlikely to be repeated now that everyone knows just how dangerous referendums can be.

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Postcard from Barcelona, No 2

Spanish police take on dangerous far-right neo Nazi

A week ago I wrote to you about the Loony Tunes Boat and the Catalan referendum. Messages from my son who lives there:-

Today its taking place. My son messages me as follows.

  • “Fucking fire brigade here fighting with police”
  • “Because police are battering civilians going to vote”
  • “They’re battering everyone even grandma and grandpa
  • “Apparently the Spanish police even sang a war chant before battering everyone”

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If Jeremy Corbyn Got Into Power

Churchill's SHark, Going Postal

Due to our exceedingly deluded, incompetent and cowardly government, there is a serious chance of a Jeremy Corbyn led Labour Party gaining power in the next general election. The one way to stop this would be for the Conservatives to dispose of Theresa May ASAP and install a true leave supporter such as Jacob Rees-Mogg. This is fantasy thinking because in reality they will ensure that any leave supporter running for leader will get smeared and destroyed by the pro EU media such as the BBC. This in turn will unfortunately crown a Europhile sycophant such as Philip Hammond as Prime Minister, thus betraying the EU referendum result more and more and sucking us into a larger and ever more totalitarian EU.

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Labour’s Tiger: The Betrayal of the Working Classes, Part Three

Jonathon Davies, Going Postal

The New Voters

Having thoroughly stabbed in the back the very people it claimed to represent, Labour needs a new core vote to have a chance of winning election. So, who were they to be? Labour under Corbyn were initially pro-Brexit after the referendum, but now seem to have swung around to being pro-single market, and voting against the Great Repeal bill. Mind you, who knows what the policy will be next week. This pleased many a metropolitan metrosexual middle class luvvie in London. Many of them are property millionaires and a far cry from those original supporters from the South Wales valleys. Why worry about the housing crisis when you can get a cheap Polish cleaner? Corbyn himself lives in a house worth over £600,000 and reportedly earns around £140,000. Strangely enough, just under the limit for their proposed cut throat tax rises.

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Labour’s Tiger: The Betrayal of the Working Classes, Part Two

Jonathon Davies, Going Postal

1997 and All That

Do I have to say any more?

Oh, go on then. Thus began the era of unlimited mass migration, from inside and outside the E.U. Globalists were in charge and didn’t we just know it. What had been a budget surplus under Major (for all his faults) became an eye watering deficit. Profligate spending went through the roof. Low skilled labour was imported by the boat load. Labour courted the middles classes, those that perhaps holidayed in the E.U., and didn’t see the downside of what was happening back home. So much for trade unions. Their members had low wages, couldn’t get jobs due to being undercut. If they complained they were out of the door, an immigrant brought in.

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Labour’s Tiger: The Betrayal of the Working Classes, Part One

Jonathon Davies, Going postal

The Way Things Were

Labour used to be the party of the working man. And I mean the working man. The Labour heartlands of South Wales illustrate this point. It is here that you find the people that Labour was set up for. It was here that the chartist movement began. They asked for a vote for every man (earlier, “every person” but this was dropped due to middle-class pressure) twenty-one years of age, of sound mind, and not undergoing punishment for a crime. They secret ballot to protect the elector in the exercise of his vote. They called for no property qualification for Members of Parliament in order to allow the constituencies to return the man of their choice. Another point was Payment of Members, enabling tradesmen, working men, or other persons of modest means to leave or interrupt their livelihood to attend to the interests of the nation. Finally, equal constituencies, securing the same amount of representation for the same number of electors, instead of allowing less populous constituencies to have as much or more weight than larger ones.

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Postcard from Barcelona

Sido, Going Postal

My son works in Barcelona. Things are hotting up Catalonia, what with an “illegal referendum” being held on independence from Spain.

The problem faced by the Spanish authorities, is how to intimidate the Catalonians without causing a stink. You need to get heavy but not attract a lot of attention right?

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If I Wanted Britain to Fail

gb_dorset, Going Postal

If I wanted Britain to fail …To follow, not lead; to decline, not prosper; to despair, not dream. I would start with sovereignty.  Even after the vote to leave, I’d continue to cede all law making to the unelected EU bureaucrats in Brussels.  In return for this I would pay an exit fee of £100 billion and remain within the protectionst Single Market, ignoring the open possibilities for trade agreements with the US and Anglo spere nations.  I’d police myself ruthlessly to ensure that I continue to comply with all EU laws and pay vast fines if I break rules whilst other members continue to flaunt the rules with impunity. I’d give up any remaining judicial authority that I have and look to the European Court of Justice to arbitrate in all our affairs   I’d show the world how selfless I am by keeping our borders open to the vast Muslim hordes who have accepted Frau Merkel’s open invitation to come and live in Europe.

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A Demographic, Disenfranchised – Part Three

Coloniescross, Going Postal

Ignominious Defeat and Inglorious Victory

It would be very easy to make light of the 2017 General Election result, from the childish relish of the ABBC when the exit polls came out, to the faux victory parades of the deluded Labourites the whole thing took on an element of farce, but the 5 weeks leading up to it offered quite a stark warning for those willing to read the runes. On the 16th of May, a week after it was “leaked” to the Daily Mirror, Labour published its manifesto. These are just a couple of examples of what was a veritable cornucopia of wild and unrealistic promises;

  • Increasing the minimum wage to £10 per hour
  • Extending free school meals to all primary school children
  • Measures to cap class sizes in schools
  • Increasing the Carers Allowance by £10 a week , to put it in line with Jobseekers’ Allowance
  • Ending the 1% pay cap for nurses, midwives and other NHS staff
  • Repealing the Trade Union Act
  • Scrapping the Tories’ Brexit White Paper and the Great Repeal Bill

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A Demographic, Disenfranchised – Part Two

Coloniescross, Going Postal


Following the referendum and after  over 9 years and three stints as leader of UKIP Nigel Farage resigned his post for the very last time (he said), in November 2016. He had stepped into the breach as acting leader when, after only 18 days, Diane James resigned claiming she didn’t have the mandate to bring forward the changes she felt the organisation needed. Paul Nuttall took over as leader in November 2016 and Nigel quietly and with dignity left the political stage. Many members and supporters were devastated; Nigel had held the party together in the face of a constant barrage of negativity from the MSM and the other parties. The parties of the left and their sinister acolytes in Momentum and Hope not Hate had been particularly hard on him and his family. As disappointed as we all were we probably accepted he deserved the break, he was doing other things too, both in America and at home and his LBC radio show would give him a platform to keep an eye on the progress of the Leave strategy.

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