Right_winger wrote:Ringo, it’s been a niggle in the back of most people’s minds aswell that the establishment won’t allow us to leave.
The EU are very well versed on subverting referendums and the same is happening ( has happened ) here.
The decisions have been made long ago and the latest show is just the politial class revealing their hand to the public now.
Unfortunately democracy isn’t fully allowed for the UK and indeed in the EU.
You can trace this right back to the Gina Miller court case.
A judicial decision made by fervent europhiles, putting the Brexit process into the jaws of a Parliament packed to the gunnels with Remoaners was only ever going to have one outcome.
I remember listening to Ian Dale on the night miller secured a meaningful vote and putting the process in parliaments hands ( not the government, which is what the electoral commission approved wording on the booklet that was sent to every household in the land stated) He said now what will happen is that every time May goes to Brussels parliament will simply vote down anything that looks like a true Brexit.
And that's what's happened.
Bercow being kept in place despite the QC lead independent parliamentary inquiry into bullying in Westminster recommending a root and branch reform of the culture in parliament. Beginning with the Speaker himself. Saw a whole legion of female labour MPs running to his defence, apparently throwing decades of principles on women's rights out the window because " Brexit is more important than bullying!!!" And "Bercow is in place to stop brexit "
We've had the spectacle of MPs and unelected europhiles in regular and unashamed parallel and rival talks in Brussels.
The day Geoffrey Cox was in talks with the EU to discuss the backstop, the duplicitous cock roach Dominic Grieve was in Paris having brazen simultaneous and completely undermining talks with French europhiles.
This constant 5th columnist , behaviour has simply emboldened the EU into carrying out exactly what Barnier said right back at the beginning of the whole democracy denying pantomime. J’aurais réussi ma mission si, à la fin, le deal est tellement dur pour les Britanniques qu’ils préféront rester dans l’Union.”
In English: “I’ll have done my job if, in the end, the deal is so tough on the British that they’d prefer to stay in the EU”.
EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier.
He's been aided and abetted by nest a unpatriotic, manifesto pledge denying, duplicitous cabal of shameless salary thieving rats.NEVER HAVE SO MANY BEEN BETRAYED BY SO FEW