"Brexit Party chairman Richard Tice has unveiled plans for sweeping, wholesale constitutional reform at the party's general election campaign launch, introducing proportional representation, replacing the HoL, empowering voters with real recall powers, and taking on electoral fraud and judicial bias. [He] did not pull his punches against the 'stinking, rotten borough of Westminster' ... suggesting that only the Brexit Party could be trusted to 'change politics for good' because 'we're not part of the political status quo'. The changes Mr Tice put forward were dramatic, extending well beyond the realm of the clean, no-deal break the Brexit party has long argued for and into the realm of domestic politics..."
Farage Targets Leave-Voting Labour Heartlands... (01 November 2019)
"Nigel Farage put Jeremy Corbyn on notice that the Brexit Party is coming for Leave-voting constituencies represented by Remain MPs in the Labour heartlands - but warned Boris Johnson to 'drop the deal' and strike an electoral pact with him as well ... He mocked Labour's position going into the upcoming December election, which is to negotiate yet another exit deal with the EU, put it to the country in a second referendum, and then campaign against it in favour of remaining after all..."
Why I'm Standing Against David Lammy (07 November 2019)
"Just days after Britain voted to leave the EU in June 2016, David Lammy, Labour MP for Tottenham, demanded that parliament ignore the referendum result. This is not surprising. David Lammy is one of parliament's most ardent Remainers. Since the Brexit vote, he has compared Brexiteers to Nazis and continually suggested that Brexit supporters were motivated by racism ... Many in the media and in the Remainer army also believe that Brexit was racist and xenophobic ... it is staggering that so many people have bought [this lie] for so long. As the Brexit Party's prospective parliamentary candidate for Tottenham, I intend to challenge this ugly narrative. For all the talk about 'racist' Britain, the EU is simply not diverse. The EU is a protectionist club that prevents Britain from trading freely with the rest of the (non-white) world. It is also predominantly white. And European institutions in Brussels and Strasbourg are disproportionately white and male..."
"The Brexit Party needs a simple 'LEAVE NOW' campaign slogan - with a clear commitment to leave the EU at the end of 2019. This will crush Johnson's 'Get It Done' slogan showing it up for being the meaningless phrase that it is. People then will compare and contrast, with the Brexit Party slogan being far more immediate and powerful, asking of 'Get It Done' - but When? but How? and At What Cost? And Why Have The Tory Party Not 'Got It Done;' In The Last 3 Years? Can We Trust Them To Do It Ever? Would you rather LEAVE at the end of 2019? Or in perhaps 3 years time, having surrendered ... knows what to the EU? This LEAVE NOW is what the people voted for back in 2016. It was what people expected to be done, with the UK leaving the EU within a month or two - as promised by David Cameron. 17.4 million Leave voters still wait for a political party to actually implement the result that we voted for ... So, always vote Brexit Party in all circumstances ... Go for what you want, go with your heart. That is why 17.4 million people managed to defeat the Project Fear of the Remainers back in the 2016 referendum - vote for what you believe - do not vote for BRINO" [comment at source].
"The Brexit leader insisted that polling suggests the Brexit Party stands a better chance of winning over Labour constituencies and that Tory candidates would split the Leave vote ... A victory for the campaign to leave the EU will now most likely [be] won by people voting tactically, however, for his part Mr Farage, who lives in an area in Kent in which the Brexit Party has stood down, wrote that based on how the Conservative Party has acted this week, he 'could not vote for them'..."
Nigel Farage's Agonising Calculation (12 November 2019) (£)
"Yesterday [Nigel Farage] repeated that 'the direction we are going in simply not Brexit'. He has not retreated from his opinion that the Johnson deal is a trap for the UK which, after it has left the EU will remain bound to it by destructive ties. Although Frarage said he was encouraged by Johnson's pledge that he would not seek an extension to the transition stage and would conclude a deal by the end of of 2020, he made clear that he didn't necessarily believe it. He said he had balanced the risk that Johnson would betray this pledge against the risk that the Brexit Party would split the Tory vote and enable a hung parliament and second referendum..."
A Slap in the Face of Leave Voters (12 November 2019)
"For many voters, Brexit was about wrestling back democratic control not just from Brussels-based bureaucrats, but also from our own political class. Farage's decision to pull candidates from so many constituencies risks putting politics back out of the reach of regular people. The Brexit Party has played a vital role in defending the referendum result. It provided a genuine option for Leave voters in this year's EU elections - elections that were never supposed to happen ... The Brexit Party made democracy meaningful when just about every other party wished it would go away. But with this decision to stand down candidates, politics risks going back to being an elite stitch-up..."
How Could Farage Do This To Me and 316 Other Willing Candidates? (12 November 2019)
"I don't understand Nigel Farage's decision to stand us down in Conservative seats with zero risk of a Remain party winning. I don't understand why, after exposing Boris Johnson's deal as a surrender, the Brexit Party is now backing it. I don't understand why we are being told to trust a man who told us thousands of times we are leaving the EU on October 31 and now says he will take us out by the end of December 2010. I don't understand why Nigel Farage has betrayed my incredible volunteers and thousands of constituents who will have no one to vote for ... On December 12, like many others, I will have no one to vote for."
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (12 November 2019)
"Predictably, there's only one Brexit Betrayal theme across the MSM: Nigel Farage's announcement yesterday afternoon not to stand candidates in any of the 317 Tory seats ... None of us believe Johnson will keep his word - he's not been found dead in a ditch, after all, as far as I'm aware, - and we have pointed out the nastiness of his WAIB, of the sell-out of NI and the DUP, of the EU negotiator's repeated warnings, for weeks! And now Farage 'trusts' Johnson? Inconceivable! That is where I smelled the rat..."
Farage in Talks to Stand Down Candidates in Brexiteer Seats (07 November 2019)
"But he suggested it was conditional on the Conservative candidates pledging not to back PM Boris Johnson's withdrawal treaty. The Brexit Party leader has warned that Mr Johnson's EU approved deal 'is not Brexit. It's a sell-out ... They want to take us to a place that is not recognisable as Brexit... I have tried like crazy week after week to put together a Leave alliance that will win a huge majority and all I get is abuse back' ... he said that voters should take the opportunity that the GE affords to look at the treaty and see that it does not deliver on the 2016 referendum result..."
"Mr Farage made the comments on Saturday in response to reports that Mr Johnson was dropping the 'threat' of a clean-break Brexit from the Conservative election manifesto ... Mr Farage ... softened his no-deal Brexit stance and again extended the offer of a 'Leave Alliance' to Mr Johnson so long as he drops the EU-approved treaty and seeks a free trade agreement with the EU instead. The PM rejected the offer..."
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (04 November 2019)
"Are you sitting comfortably? Good. Because we finally have the name of the Brexit Traitor. It's... roll of drums... Nigel Farage! It must be true because Tory Bigwigs say so ... Let's look at the 'proof' ... The actual reason for these accusations is simple: it's about preventing a hung parliament. Johnson must win and never mind the disastrous Johnson Deal ... They obviously think we really are the stupid, uneducated Brexit voters who know nuthin', as painted by the Remain Establishment ever since the EU Referendum..."
What Should Nigel Do Next? (31 October 2019)
"Does he field a candidate in every constituency? Or does he fall into line with the received wisdom that unless he settles for the meagre number of Labour leave seats unwinnable by the Tories, he risks splitting the Brexit vote and will be responsible for ushering in a Corbyn government? Bear in mind that while Mr Farage has repeatedly said he was open to an offer of a 'pact', none such has yet been forthcoming from the Farage-phobic Conservative Party..."
It's Time for Boris to Pull Off Another Deal - With the Brexit Party (30 October 2019)
"Nigel Farage is a formidable campaigner; the Brexit party has a large and enthusiastic cadre of supporters, created only months ago, using the latest techniques. Since it won the European Parliament elections, from a standing start, it has continued to hold large rallies to keep its supporters on side. Its argument that the Conservative Party has, again and again, failed to honour its promise to deliver Brexit will resonate with many voters. The readmission of ten of the rebel Remainer Tory MPs yesterday will only add to the suspicion amongst Brexit Party voters that the Conservatives cannot be trusted ... It is time for the Conservative Party to demonstrate some magnanimity towards the Brexit Party, in return for an arrangement with it that would be beneficial to both ... The disaster of the last GE must not be repeated..."
A Brexit Party Perspective on 'Splitting the Leave Vote' at the GE (30 October 2019)
"Is the Brexit Party going to split the potential 'Leave' vote? Will it cost Boris Johnson the lection and thus extinguish any hope of achieving Brexit? These are questions I hear often and see on Twitter regularly, usually emanating from those of a Conservative Party disposition. In one regard it displays an unconscious sense of entitlement, that Brexit is owned by the Conservative Party and no one else; that only the Conservatives can deliver Brexit - when the last three years has tested that theory to destruction..."
The Nightmarish Election Dilemma (29 October 2019)
"In the coming general election, those of us who are true Brexiteers are facing a potentially nightmarish decision. If we want to (a) get Brexit finally and properly delivered and (b) prevent the Labour party from gaining power, for whom do we vote? Because these two aims may well be incompatible with each other. This is why: ... Of course there is a way out of the dilemma - if Boris Johnson were to make an alliance with the Brexit party ... And of course there's another option: ... If he were brave enough to campaign for a no-deal, he possibly wouldn't even need an alliance with the Brexit party because he would win the election outright..."
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (01 November 2019)
"Have you noticed the date? We're still In, and there's been no reports of sighting Johnson 'dead in a ditch'. Instead, the GE has started. The battle lines are being drawn. Don't expect it to be about Brexit - the establishment parties will give lip service and then avoid it like vampires avoid garlic ... Labour is unashamedly going to turn our country into an industrial-strength 'Venezuela of the North' and will 'deliver Brexit' in six months should Corbyn become PM ... Writing to the BBC [Tom Watson] demanded that they 'expose Johnson lies': ... Note this Labour election strategy: Johnson is a liar and the MSM must challenge him, while Labour and Corbyn should not be questioned..."
Brexit / Second Referendum
Let's be Honest About What A Second Referendum Means (22 October 2019)
"Labour, which will this week whip its MPs to back a second-referendum motion in parliament, has taken to calling it a 'Final Say' referendum. That in itself is a pretty terrifying phrase. Why should the second referendum be the final say? Why wasn't the first referendum the final say? ... Imagine if there was a General Election and a majority of people voted for the Tories but various political elites and business elites prevented the Tories from entering Downing Street or forming a government. Imagine if they frustrated the creation of this democratically-elected government for nearly four years. And imagine if they said to the public: 'You can't have this government. You were wrong to vote for it. Now you must vote again.' That would be shocking, right?..."
Labour Rewrites the Past on Their Economic Management - Part 1 (11 November 2019)
"The Labour hierarchy has worked out its narrative on the economic mess they created. It runs like this: NuLabour in power may have made some mistakes, but these were minor and apparent only with hindsight, while the real culprit is the global economy in general and the USA’s obsession with sub-prime mortgages in particular. This is not only a grotesque lie but a stupid one because it can be readily exposed..."
Corbyn's Stupidity Is Our Best Hope (05 November 2019)
"[Corbyn's] current tweet ... 'There are 150 billionaires in the UK while 14 million people live in poverty. In a fair society there would be no billionaires and no one would live in poverty.' The first sentence implies a causative relationship. Comrade Jeremy clearly believes that it's the 150 billionaires who consign 14 million people to poverty ... Corbyn subscribes to the zero sum view of economics, which even anyone studying the subject in secondary school knows for the nonsense it is. Zero-summers see the economy as a pie whose size is constant. Hence anyone having a big slice means someone else having a small one ... Then of course there's the issue of how those 150 despicable vultures got their billions and what they do with them..."
Socialism and Communism
Communism Thrives In Our Moral Vacuum (12 November 2019)
"One of the many unsettling aspects of this general election concerns the extremism of Jeremy Corbyn and his cadre of ideological soulmates who are in control of the Labour Party. They have rightly been described as unreconstructed Marxists, Trotskyites, Leninists and even Stalinists who, if they came to power, would destroy Britain's economy, leave it defenceless against its enemies and undermine freedom and democracy..."
Always Remember the 12th of December (31 October 2019)
"Other parties in other elections wanted to change what Britain does. The Corbyn-McDonnell gang want to change what Britain is. ... They want to turn Britain into an Anglophone Venezuela, an impoverished, violent, lawless hellhole in the midst of a civil war ... If just over half of Labour's plans were to come to fruition ... that's what Britain will become - overnight and possibly irreversibly ... Nowhere in the world has a political programme akin to the one planned by Labour ever been carried out without every liberty being severely curtailed - and without violence - perpetrated by the state and those resisting it. The British haven't so far had the occasion to develop vigilance against such upheavals, and it's natural that complacency should set in. People here simply don't believe that a Venezuela or a Zimbabwe can arrive at these shores - but it can ... We must all approach the upcoming election with the gravity it deserves..."
The State as Parent
Do the Lib Dems Have a Digital Manifesto? (18 October 2019)
"'Establish a new online Family University, supported by leading organisations such as the BBC and Open University, to provide every family with advice and guidance for learning and parenting at home, as well as inspiring trips out and local opportunities.' This policy does have a whiff of 'Nanny State' about it and although support is usually welcomed, 'providing every family with advice' does sound rather imposing. When it comes to parenting and the learning of children in the home and from their parents or guardians, there are few better methods than that which has worked for thousands of years: letting parents actually parent their children. Also, the BBC are certainly not a beacon for parenting [or] the kind of impartial, unreserved love that can only be offered by a parent or guardian; it shouldn't be down to the UK media to do the job of parents. Part of what makes a good parent is what they do for children at home and what is done in a natural way. Promoting field trips as this policy suggests many not be quite the best idea..."
Anti-Brexit Parties Plan 'Remain Alliance' as Leavers Fail to Agree Pact (05 November 2019)
"The leaders of the LibDems, Greens, and Plaid Cymru are reportedly close to agreeing to a Remain Alliance. The alliance seeks to swing up to 60 seats across the country to a Remain-backing MP ... The Alliance would see two of the three parties stand down in certain constituencies in favour of the third party if it has the best chance of beating the Conservatives ... Labour is not in this proposed alliance because, while it favours a second referendum, party leader Jeremy Corbyn is not a as rabidly pro-Remain as the prospective alliance, with the LibDems pushing to revoke the Article 50 mechanism which triggered the Brexit process, cancelling it altogether..."
"It's a conspiracy not an alliance. A conspiracy against the majority and against democracy. For three long years that Remain conspiracy has 'forged ahead'" [comment at source].
"(1) All the opposition parties want open borders and increased immigration; (2) They want the voting age [lowered] to sixteen years or lower; (3) They want foreigners to vote in our elections; (4) They want Britain to have increased subservience to the EU" [comment at source].
"Tusk ... claimed that after Brexit, The UK would 'become an outsider, a second-rate player' - betraying something of the isolationist mindset of the Brussels nomenklatura which is, ironically, often projected onto Brexiteers. 'One of my English friends is probably right when he says, with melancholy, that Brexit is the real end of the British Empire,' Tusk added - betraying also the imperialist mindset of EU elites, which, like their isolationism, they also project onto Brexiteers ... Video recordings of discussions between British Remainers and leading EU figures ... clearly show the Brits urging the EU not to negotiate a mutually beneficial Brexit deal with the UK..."
Readers' comments: "Treason. Civil Service + the Tory-Gov't appointees" / "Those Remainers who did this should be tried for Treason. They are a disgrace" / "Why would a loyalist want to stop Brexit? The loyalists voted leave. Traitors voted remain. Don't try to usurp and warp words Tusk" / "It's a good job foreigners aren't allowed to interfere in British politics isn't it?" / "I cannot believe this blatant interference in British politics" / "Tusk needs to follow the guidelines of the EU's own Venice Committee on non-Governmental interference in national elections and referenda" / "So basically he is using fear again in a last ditch attempt to sway opinion for the elections" / "And this, in a nutshell, is why we should leave the EU immediately"
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (02 November 2019)
"It was groundhog Day in the HoC - it'll be Groundhog Day in the coming GE. That's not only because Labour and the Tories are going to fight the same old political battles ... It's because the Tories and their supporters in the MSM have started to fight the same old 'Vote Farage - Get Labour' battle ... the reports in the mostly partisan MSM [re TBP] are hugely dismissive [and] as expected: TBP 'will split' the Leave vote and/or hand victory to Corbyn and thus 'mess up Brexit'. Just look at this:..."
On Digital Engineering (01 November 2019)
"The GE campaign will be bloody but will be fought in secret, and the 'winners' look to be Labour and Momentum ... These new electioneering battlefronts are due to what Nelson calls 'the digitisation of the great British public, where people - nine in 10 British adults - spend over three hours a day on their smartphones..."
"[T]he vast majority of people in the UK ... are so easily controlled it is frightening" / "In Roman times they kept the people happy with bread and circuses. Now it is state benefits (in all forms) plus Strictly, Britain's got Talent (lol), X Factor, soaps galore ... all the other non-celebrity nobodies that fill the MSM. Added to that you have at least one generation educated by the Left-infested schools and (non) universities. Brain wash them ... fit them with a smartphone and social media - Total Control" [comments at source].
QUESTION TO ALL POLITICAL PARTIES IN THIS GE: "The EU have made it very clear that a trade deal between the UK and EU will have to include access to UK fishing waters for EU vessels under similar arrangements to the CFP. What is your, and your party's position on this?" [source].
THE CORRECT ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION: "At the end of the Transition, control of our fishing waters within our EEZ is returned to Westminster, for the UK to operate under the guidelines of international law for the benefit of the UK. I/We will not use fisheries access as a barter for a trade deal. Nor allow a roll over of current CFP access and quota shares. The UK must be able to exercise exclusive sovereignty free of obedience to any facet of the CFP" [source].
Will Manifestos Deliver on the Acid Test of Brexit? (05 November 2019)
"How a political party answers certain questions is a clear indication of its underlying intentions. The LibDem and SNP's position is already clear. They will continue to give away full control (competency) of the living marine resources in the UK's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) to the detriment of our coastal communities and the UK in general. Whether fishing will even feature in Labour's 'your choice is between remain and remain' election manifesto is yet to be seen. The position of the Conservatives under Boris's deal with the EU means they are approaching thin ice..."
Brexit Party Fisheries Spokes Condemns 'Sell Out' of Fishing Industry (01 November 2019)
"June Mummery, the Brexit Party Fisheries Spokesperson, has condemned Boris Johnson's WA for selling the British fishing industry down the river as the battle between the [Brexit] Party and the Conservatives to be seen as the custodian of Brexit lights up the election campaign. Ms. Mummery was commenting following reported remarks by a French MEP, Pierre Karleskind, who suggested that the notion that Britain will be able to 'take back control' of its fishing waters is essentially false ... She went on to warn that the deal currently on the table and seemingly the offer that Mr Johnson is intent on putting to the British electorate would decimate the British fishing industry..."
"'Labour have form for this, having previously presided over a fourfold increase in immigration,' Migration Watch UK founder Lord Green of Deddington [said] - but he did not let [the Tories] off the proverbial hook, either. 'With 30 million UK adults advocating a reduction, the Conservatives should really be appealing to that vote. Unfortunately the majority are politically homeless when it comes to immigration,' he said..."
Under the Rules, No CofE Minister Could Be Anything Other Than A Brexiteer (01 November 2019)
"The good archbishop Welby needs, I think, to read his conditions of employment as stated in the 39 Articles, to which he publicly assented. In particular I would draw his attention to Article 37: 'The Queen's Majesty hath the chief power in this Realm of England, and her other Dominions, unto whom the chief government of all estates of this Realm, whether they be ecclesiastical or civil, in all causes doth appertain, and is not, nor ought to be, subject to any foreign jurisdiction.' The 39 Articles, laid out in the BCE, are the foundation of the Established Church ... It seems to me that no ordained minister of the Established Church could be anything else than a Brexiteer without compromising his or her terms of employment..."
Getting Involved (01 November 2019)
"Most Christians have grieved to see the rapid downward spiral of morality on the nation. But instead of flinging up our hands in horror and saying that there is nothing we can do, the forthcoming general election gives us a fresh opportunity of making our witness and declaring the truth of the Gospel. Christians in Britain - especially evangelicals - are far too reluctant to get involved in politics, which is one reason we are in such a mess today!..."
Communism Thrives In Our Moral Vacuum (12 November 2019)
"Among young people, communism has long been cool ... In 2016 a YouGov survey found that people aged between 18 and 24 viewed socialism more favourably than capitalism ... In Britain, support for communism has provoked astonished dismay. How, people ask, can anyone possibly support a creed that was responsible for the deaths of countless millions under some of the most repressive and barbaric regimes in history? ... Few British or American students are told about the evils of communism in the same way as they are told about the evils of Nazism..."
TAKE ACTION: Stop Politicising Our Children - Sack Holly Rigby (31 October 2019)
"Holly Rigby is an English teacher employed by Ark Globe Academy in Southwark, London. She is also a Labour party activist, which would not in itself be a problem if she were to leave her politics at the school gate when she comes to work ... However, she has posted numerous times on various social media platforms concerning her pride in being able to influence impressionable schoolchildren and to indoctrinate them with radical leftwing ideas: ... Imagine the outcry of a teacher with rightwing views wet to take a similar approach..."
Flawed Logic Behind Remainers' Drive for Votes at 16 (31 October 2019)
"The election is again going to be dominated by Brexit and the conduct of MPs at every level ... The interesting bit was the suggestion that the Remain parties would support an election only if the franchise was widened to include 16- and 17-year-olds ... The thinking (using the word in its loosest sense) behind this is that those aged 16 and 17 live with the consequences of elections for longer than 18-year-olds, 20-year-olds or pensioners. Therefore they should have a vote. The attraction of this to Remainers is that it is thought that the young are more pro-Remain ... The argument that they have to endure the consequences for longer is facile and flawed; if you accepted it you would give the vote to six-year-olds..."
Tweet From A Young Remainer (19 June 2016)
"If Britain does indeed remain in the EU, then some day, when [this tweeter] has grown a little older and is mourning his freedom lost for ever under the oppressive totalitarian jackboot of the NWO, I hope he may also have grown a little wiser and a little more humble..."
Re: students, children, immigrants, postal voting, double voting...
Flawed Logic Behind Remainers' Drive for Votes at 16 (31 October 2019)
"The election is again going to be dominated by Brexit and the conduct of MPs at every level ... The interesting bit was the suggestion that the Remain parties would support an election only if the franchise was widened to include 16- and 17-year-olds ... The thinking (using the word in its loosest sense) behind this is that those aged 16 and 17 live with the consequences of elections for longer than 18-year-olds, 20-year-olds or pensioners. Therefore they should have a vote. The attraction of this to Remainers is that it is thought that the young are more pro-Remain ... The argument that they have to endure the consequences for longer is facile and flawed; if you accepted it you would give the vote to six-year-olds on the grounds that they could read a ballot paper and write an X in a box. Of course the argument ignores the fact that parents think deeply about the world they are creating for their children and vote and act accordingly. The really interesting point is the tacit admission by its proposers that the people most likely to vote Remain are those with the least education and experience, having studied only to GCSE. This is a welcome change from their previous argument that only the uneducated voted to leave..."
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (29 October 2019)
"One reason for rejecting this FTPA Motion was the date, the GE being set to take place on 12th December: it would 'disenfranchise students' who couldn't vote at uni - no explanation as to why they can't vote at their home address... Also, because it would be dark the elderly and disabled wouldn't dare to come out! As far as I'm aware, the UK hasn't moved beyond the Arctic Circle, so we do have quite some hours of daylight where the old and disabled, who don't tend to work 9-5, have ample time to get to the polling stations ... the Swinson Gimmick proposes an earlier GE date: December 9th..."
"STUDENTS: [B]ecause of the onset of the Christmas vacation for students, holding an election on a Thursday rather than [earlier that week] would mean many would have gone home to their parents or on holidays. This, it is reported Lib Dem strategists worry, would reduce their turnout in key university town seats where they perform well ... IMMIGRANTS: 'It is notable that none of the EU member states allows citizens not from their country to vote in a general election. And with free movement and GEs at different times, one can see why that might be' [said Caroline Johnson] ... CHILDREN: It has been frequently argued by anti-Brexit campaigners that the 2016 referendum was unfairly won because it did not consult children who, so the claim goes, will live longest and therefore be impacted longest by the outcome. Dr Johnson tackled this claim as well ... 'The point was made that our children should have a vote because it matters to their future. It matters to my four, eight, and 12-year-old's futures even more, but that is not a rational argument for them to vote...'..."
Votes for 16-Year-Olds is a Completely Undemocratic Idea (28 October 2019)
"[V]otes for kids is not a bottom-up, grassroots, real movement. On the contrary, it is a cynically engineered slogan that emanates from establishment types who really just want to use kids as a political stage army against pesky adult voters. Especially on Brexit: Remainer youths vs ageing Brexiteers - that's the nauseating plan here. Votes for 16s is, quite possibly, the most cynical and anti-democratic idea in Britain right now ... these parties now see uncritical youths as an easier, more malleable army of ballot-box support..."
Voting Age Is No Argument (28 October 2019)
"Unless they themselves are young, champions of paedocracy argue not from ideas but from ideology ... They should take heed from Peter Mandelson's frank cynicism on the subject of the unlimited Muslim immigration he and his boss Blair had fostered ... Mandelson admitted nonchalantly that such migrants had been welcomed because they would eventually vote Labour. One suspects that the same rationale impels those who insist on a lower voting age: the younger people are, the more likely that are to gobble up the leftie pie in the sky ... Cue in Ed Miliband, who in 2013 ... voiced the usual inanity: 'The future of our society is going to affect young people the most ...'I think [they] should be able to decide the country's future'. ... Of course, for chronological reasons, youngsters stand to gain or lose the most from today's political decisions. By the same token, a tot's future may be affected by his parents' decision to move house. But that doesn't mean sensible adults should let a six-year-old make or veto that decision..."
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (05 November 2019)
"It's Guy Fawkes Day - a suitable day for dissolving Parliament ... Good riddance. From tomorrow onwards the theme will be the GE ... Our MSM have already started, with the inevitable attack on Nigel Farage and TBP ... But why are the Tories so fussed about TBP? ... Labour has been swanning ahead - so far completely under the MSM's radar ... Their main aim is to scupper Brexit either directly by supporting, overtly or covertly, Lab and LibDem or by getting Johnson back in to push through his BRINO ... That's the state of affairs on this Guy Fawkes Day when Parliament will be dissolved ... keep vigilant, don't believe the MSM or their polls and..."
"Establishment politicians, stupified by the responsibility of the task at hand, lurch from crisis to disaster. A much debased political class, both in intellect and in conviction, is unable to fulfil the democratic will of the people. A simple instruction, ignored and subsequently weaponised by our political and cultural elites, has become a crucial milestone on this icy road of betrayal. The British electorate is not alone in viewing these recent months and years as myopic and self-indulgent ... Perhaps the emergence of new parties will sound the death knell of established politics, recasting our political landscape. It cannot come a moment too soon, as recent history has shown our politicians' claims of competence to be utterly threadbare..."
Getting Involved (01 November 2019)
"A collective sigh of relief rolled across the UK this week when our Parliament finally passed a vote calling for its own demise. The most divided and dysfunctional Parliament in modern history, whose antics have been televised to the world finally agreed on something: ... It was not without a fight and many either voted against or abstained, fearing the end of their Parliamentary careers ... So, will the new Parliament in 2020 reflect a more peaceful, rational assembly, caring for the well-being of the population and discussing all matters from the standpoint of the welfare of the nation? We all know that the problem with the old Parliament, to which we have just said farewell, lies primarily in the nation's abandonment of biblical truth..."
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (31 October 2019)
"Yesterday was the last PMQs for Johnson and it was the last one for Speaker Bercow. The sycophancy of all speakers congratulating him on his wonderful work was unprecedented. Mr Bercow himself gave a tearful thank-you at the end. It was nauseating ... During the afternoon and early evening the number of MPs not standing crept up and up. At the last count it was 50, from all Parties ... Getting a Leave parliament which will secure Brexit is apparently off the table because the Tory Party aims to get a majority to push through Johnson's WAIB. This may well backfire: ... Labour is already in full socialist propaganda mode:..."
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (30 October 2019)
"Why would we vote for the Tories when Johnson is obviously not planning to get us Out? Why should we care about Labour, Socialism or not, when Labour also wants to keep us In? Why should we believe any of their wonderful election manifestos when we've learned by bitter experience that manifestos don't mean a thing to them once they're all back on their green benches? Why should we elect MPs who are bent on destroying our democracy by extending the franchise to all who happen to be here, citizens or not? Above all - why should we elect MPs who've twice 'promised' to respect our vote in the EU Referendum, only to then kick that into the long grass, kicking us in the teeth while passing?..."
This Election Is Already Boosting Democracy (30 October 2019)
"One of the most enraging things about this zombie parliament staggering on for as long as it has is that it has sustained a group of anti-Brexit MPs who have openly deceived their electorates ... Who knows what will happen in this election campaign - it is likely to be the most unpredictable in recent memory. But it is already proving to be worth traipsing to the polls in the middle of winter. The fact that the mere threat of the voters having their say is already clearing out some no-mark, anti-democratic MPs shows how badly this election was needed."
Your Daily Brexit Betrayal (29 October 2019)
"The anger of those who watched yesterday's debate in the HoC was something to behold. I've never seen people online become so ice-cold angry ... I suggest in all humility that the Tories, just as labour, are underestimating us, the electorate. I expect a surge in the polls for TBP ... The Tory High Command better remember that we, the electorate, are not idiots ... We've not forgotten the 2017 GE! A 2019 GE will be about Leave or Remain - and we know that none of the establishment parties will stand for Leave, for Brexit..."
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