The Brexit Desperation Rises as the Betrayal Deepens

British parliament is now worse than a joke. And they have no one to blame but themselves.

As I watch the desperation of these people, obviously loyal to the European Union first and their constituents a distant fourth or fifth — after themselves, their party and any corporate lobbyists — it’s clear they don’t have any clue as to how to get out of the mess they’ve made for themselves.

Yesterday the British parliament again took over the business from the government and again was incapable of providing any direction to that government as to what kind or type of Brexit would be acceptable.

Mike Shedlock has a good run-down of the votes themselves if you are interested in what terminal virtue-signaling looks like. Mike thinks:

There will likely be one more round of “indicative votes” and also likely May’s Deal vs No Deal or the result of the indicative vote.
There are options left. Theresa May will try to steer this to the vote she wanted all along: My Deal or No Deal.
If she can achieve that, I suspect it will pass but it is by no means certain.

I agree with the first point but the real challenge is neither of the options he lays out, there’s a bigger problem as of today. It is the latest betrayal of Brexit by Oliver Letwin and Yvette Cooper who will try and ram through a long-extension bill on Wednesday to put off Brexit for an indefinite period of time.

It will be yet another amendment of the Article 50 law that is, for all intents and purposes, a travesty of British parliamentary history since these amendments to the law have not gone through the normal review process which could easily take more time than these traitors have to stop Brexit happening on April 12th.

They are searching for a way to find a solution that involves them winning voter support while betraying Brexit. Project Fear hasn’t worked and now we’re into Project Attrition.

The problem is there is no such solution.

And the reason for that is has nothing to do with a house divided, party politics or anything else.

It’s all about them.

Politicians are a feckless and cowardly lot. They exist only to get re-elected and retain the perks of the office.

This is especially true in Britain as so many of them are incapable of holding, in Nigel Farage’s words, “a proper job” where they provide something of value in exchange for their time.

They are only good at one thing: being members of parliament, conniving for their own advantage.

And this has disheartened many British people, who rightly see their MPs imposing their will over those who voted for them.

It reeks of arrogance and entitlement. But it also reeks of fear.

Watching this play out reminds me of something Lee Stranahan said to me in my talk with him last fall. He said people think politicians don’t care about what we think, but that that is not true.

Politicians care only about what we think. Their entire lives are spent checking the direction of the political winds to see what they can get away with.

And the reason Brexit is such a ‘cock-up’ is because MPs refuse to actually vote for what they want to do because they know what the backlash from voters will be.

Ignore the opinion polling, especially in Britain. As I’m fond of saying, “there are lies, damn lies, statistics and British polling.” If the MPs were so secure in their arguments that the “people didn’t know what they were voting for in 2016,” or “things change, let’s put this to another vote” they wouldn’t have voted down all forms of Brexit and all forms of Not-Brexit over the past three weeks.

They would have voted for something.

And that’s because the Remainer Tories are scared of losing their seats for betraying their mandate and so is most of Labour. The only ones who seem committed to their path are the Scottish Nationals, having put all of their eggs into the ‘IndyRef 2’ basket, hoping a 2nd referendum on Brexit will pave the way for a second one on Scottish independence.

That’s why the desperation is so thick right now. Letwin is a dyed-in-the-wook europhile, who has a history of stabbing Prime Ministers in the back (Poll Tax) for political gain and Cooper is simply angling for Jeremy Corbyn’s spot as leader of Labour.

Both are calculating that they can stop Brexit and win politically as the heroes who saved the country from a “No-Deal” Brexit. I’m sure they know just how much the U.K. would be punished in the short term by the financial markets, currency speculators, banksters and corporate raiders, standing behind them and their counterparts in Brussels.

The Davos Crowd in other words.

Remember, the mood at Davos this year was like a morgue. The oligarchs know they are fighting a defensive war now.

That is the plan at this point. To wear down opposition to their plans and blackmail the people into submission lest they lose trillions.

Don’t let the EU’s strong facade fool you. These people do not want a ‘no-deal’ Brexit anymore than my goats want steak for dinner. We already know this because we are into stoppage time on Brexit, handed out precisely because Theresa May went to them at the end of March with “No-Deal” in her back pocket.

But they have no other plan now. It’s more arm-twisting, desperation and hysteria. For now, it’s about the Letwin-Cooper amendment creating the illusion of cross-party support.

While Theresa May meets with Jeremy Corbyn to hash out what they can bring to the EU next week.

The EU wants the deal they dictated to Theresa May. She can’t deliver that. Now both will conspire to destroy both parties and betray Brexit.

In America, bipartisanship is just a euphemism for the two parties coming together to screw the people. That’s how we get everything bad in the U.S. The same thing will happen here over Brexit.

Corbyn and May will lock horns and we’ll find out who is made of what. You know I think Theresa May is made of Gypsum, so all Corbyn has to do is access what’s left of his testosterone after a lifetime of selling it out to Marxism and Brexit will be over.

The likelihood now is that they will craft the worst possible compromise and try and sell that to both of their backbenchers.

Letwin and Cooper have set the stage with the legislation.

Now it’s up to Corbyn and May to bring it on home.

And in no case does “England Prevail.”


6 thoughts on “The Brexit Desperation Rises as the Betrayal Deepens

  1. At this point it will be interesting to see if the members of Parliament value their current job more than the EU. I am betting that MPs that lose their office will get nice jobs from the Davos crowd as a reward for their efforts on behalf of the EU.

    The main problem in the West is how little regard politicians have for the tax livestock. Currently they are banking on the livestock staying docile during the next economic crisis which may be a bit over optimistic. The yellow vests are demonstrating the limits of government force when the livestock are pushed too far.

  2. Davos Crowd can not provide job to anybody. Not even for themselves. Entire Global Elite is one horrific corruption scheme. What is collapsing now and that is the cause of panic.

    I serve them as a VIP security driver. What I see, is just mad, clueless panic. They lost sense of reality and capability of thinking long time ago. They are Titanic crew. Ship is sinking and nobody knows what to do.

    WEF 2019 was announced as Globalism 4.0. Does anybody know what that mean ? Only clear statement in this 4.0 is that climate is biggest threat. But nobody talking about blowing yellow vests away with wind generator or whatever rational or irrational solution. They can not plan at all.

    They blaming each other. Like 2016. Liberals said that conservatives must stop Trump, conservatives blamed media for giving Trump coverage, media blamed social media and Big Tech for fake news and Big Tech blamed Government and liberals that they can not create new message.Now there are 2 years from Trump victory and they still looking for message.

    They are not Global Elite, the are dying aristocracy. Because their system served them so well and so long, they did not prepared plan B or way out. So, when somebody asking why they just do not go away, there is an answer. From Big Tech CEO to the Wal Mart counter. No, no no no.

    Our private military company provides security services around the globe. Do you know how we train our new VIP drivers ? With the Mel Gibson movie Apocalypto. To make the new guys understand that their new job has nothing to do with logic or rationality. When you drive in Davos, you must be ex military not because of security but because extreme psychic stability is needed to serve and survive the “crowd”. Civilian drivers can not handle “crowd”. Civilians become alkoholics, drug addicts, burn out and crash the car, most notorious case was Henry Paul with princess Diana back in 1997.

    So how will Brexit and all other current events end ? I predict loud bang like coup in the USSR back in 1991. Swamp goes totally mad and does something so horrific that society will freak out and the Swamp will be removed by force. They will not go away peacefully.

    So forget all those negotiations and deadlines. Nothing will happen. My biggest worry is, do they have access to US, UK or France mass destruction weapons ? This is what everybody must be really afraid.

  3. Ironically to what extent this Brexit debacle resembles the Trump collusion debacle. Seemingly one party fighting against another party – but in reality all parties fighting for the same thing: in the US to uphold the deep state “destroy Russia to gain hegemony” scenario, in the UK to pretend to Brexit while preventing it.

    Same tactics, same lies, same backstabbing and posturing for what in reality they already all agree upon.

  4. Thank you so much, Tom, for such a lucid ‘rant’ all of which is so true. The globalist elites will not win this time, the people are aroused, just like France when they were entreated to ‘eat cake’. I would not be surprised if the pitchforks are being prepared already.

    I can only say: “I told you so and have been for these last 10 years”. I hate to be right in my predictions but this one is a no-brainer and I fear for the outcome, especially for my children and grandchildren.

    My book, written for my family covers all this and much more and is designed to help people understand what is going on, why and how, and indicates what is likely to happen in the future; although I feel the crisis is near. A free pdf of my manuscript is available on request to: peter@underco.co.uk OR

    Checkout my funding site at:https://www.gofundme.com/fnahvp-free-book which has regular updates as events unfold. Some say we are already in the ‘end times’ – they may be right this time round.

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