It is becoming increasingly obvious the Conservative Brexit Plan was to get out in front of the Leave movement with the likes of Boris Johnson and the ‘take back control’ crew then mislead it back into the Dictatorial EU fold with Hammond and May in the vanguard.
Like many who supported UKIP in the past I cannot see any future for the Party without the radical, campaigning Farage at its helm. Farage made the terrible mistake of agreeing to resign the leadership at the behest of the then party chairman Steve Crowther and his poor thinking immediately after the referendum. It was too soon and led to the tragic and now terminal decline of the party.
We tried to warn the country, young and old, that our nations sovereignty, freedom and democracy were at stake. We nearly succeeded but the actions of Farage, May, Hammond and Johnson have compounded the treachery of McMillan, Heath, Wilson, Major, Blair, Brown and Cameron.
The next generation will it seems have to sacrifice on a terrible scale in the not too distant future to learn the hard lessons of the past to regain the freedoms so easily spirited away by traitors to foreign powers over generations without the consent of the British People.
Now we know what May meant by “Brexit means Brexit” – Brexit in name only and betrayal.
British law should be sovereign in Britain. For Davis to even consider Barnier’s demand for ECJ primacy over Westminster, in any case, should be dismissed out of hand. Its an outrage.
Building delay and obfuscation into negotiations is the whole point of the EU position. It is a classic EU tactic based on the principle if you cannot get what you want now some pliant idiots will come along later, years later, and can be corrupted into giving in. Hence the Blair, Cable, Soros, Branson, Corporatist(Hammond) and Banker Carney’s Remain position
The anti-democratic nature of the EU makes Juncker and the EU ‘team’ unsackable, ideologically driven and arrogant.
Sadly Prime Minister May and her carefully selected Remain clique in cabinet are too close to the EU elite. They need to obtain an objective detachment from the EU’s institutions. That is being kind. You could be unkind and say she and Hammond are working for the EU and not the British people and they seek delay and obfuscation too on behalf of big business.
Many believe British sovereignty has been kidnapped by pre-meditated EU deceit and that May and her cabinet have the mentality of a kidnap victim assuming sympathy and alignment with its captors. A well understood kidnapping syndrome
The EU Commission is a proxy for Franco-German policy making and overlordship over EU states
Supporting Bombardier – Putting employment in Britain at the heart of economic policy.
We are determined that Brexit, if when it eventually happens in earnest, delivers the change we need. One of these new approaches can be in defending British industry, along with its jobs and innovation from unfair actions. But why wait for Brexit? It can begin now!
Shanker Singham is director of economic policy and prosperity studies at the Legatum Institute, and chairman of the Legatum Institute Special Trade Commission.
When the UK leaves the European Union in March 2019, we will embark upon a new era in the history of this great nation. We want to ensure the UK maximises the opportunities and minimises the disruption caused by Brexit.
The Brussels Commission, EUrocrats and negotiators find it difficult to have their methods, views, techniques and prejudices arrayed for the whole world to see. All their secret schemes, quietly nurtured in committtee rooms populated by carefully selected EU-phile politicians over the EU’s lifetime up for public discussion is not their preference, but here we are.
The British have forced the EU’s hidden agenda for a militarised EU Superstate governed by a Soviet style commission beyond the reach of democracy into full public view and they hate it.
Ed – Poland and Hungary have been vassals of a dictatorial state before, NAZI Germany and The Soviet Union. During these times they were oppressed struggling to assert their national identity throughout years of occupation. They had to follow policy laid down for them in Berlin and then Moscow. Now they are subject to dictate from Brussels. They have been here before.
Express Headline: Could Poland bring down the EU? Conflict between Brussels and Warsaw rages on
POLAND’s future in the European Union was looking increasingly uncertain today as the conflict between Warsaw and Brussels continued to escalate. But is Poland determined enough to destabilise the economic bloc?
The Lord Stoddart of Swindon (independent Labour), 8th August 2017 Twitter: #lordstoddart
Comments from leader of “EU minnow country” go down badly with Brexit peer Lord Stoddart of Swindon
The independent Labour Peer, Lord Stoddart of Swindon has taken the new Prime Minister of the Irish Republic, Leo Varadkar to task about his contribution to the ongoing debate over Brexit and advised the “stripling leader of a mini-state” to “learn his trade” before presuming to lecture the United Kingdom.