When both alternatives look bad

Schulz: “The British have violated the rules. It is not the EU philosophy that the crowd can decide its fate”.

There it is. Moving on, looking at the egregious Heseltine sticking his oar in, plus Blair, it’s an interesting conundrum – should we have voted IN beacause the pollies we’re left with now are so bad, so corrupt, so hopeless, that there is no one to lead?

Or should we have voted OUT, on the basis that though these are bad, what was inside the EU politburo was infinitely worse, plus they had nasty things lined up for us?

When faced with two corrupt, hopeless alternatives – on both sides sneaky little men who are still trying to get their way after the umpire has ruled – then it just comes down to where the nation itself sees its future and it’s always better to be sovereign and self-determined, making alliances along the way and accepting protection but only if one can withdraw later.

Therefore this Brexit was vital, not just to reassert our right but to give hope to the world again – just look at Hong Kong and other countries now getting ideas. Unfortunately, the Basques and Catalans are also getting ideas and after attacking us at Gibraltar, methinks the Spaniards can get knotted.

5 comments for “When both alternatives look bad

  1. John in cheshire
    June 28, 2016 at 10:28 am

    The Gibraltarians need to decide whose side they’re on, though; you’re either part of the UK and out of the EU or you stay in the EU and give yourselves to Spain. There are no other options.

  2. Lord T
    June 28, 2016 at 11:28 am

    Well to me we voted out so that we now have the capability of voting for a new bunch of politicians and have the capability of sacking them, albeit at the end of their contract. As we have taken step one we now need to start step 2.

    If we have voted to stay they would be no changes at all.

  3. June 28, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    Yes. Quite a discussion going on now on new PM. Nige isn’t in parliament, needs to be Brexiteer, will take it forward but is not a divisive person. To me, that’s one person and I notice she’s in the running too.

  4. Andrew Duffin
    June 28, 2016 at 2:25 pm

    Not Boris. Absolutely not Boris. Because:
    1. He’s an opportunist dilletante
    2. He’s never on top of his brief, ever
    3. He clearly hasn’t got a clue what to do now
    4. Most the Remainers, especially outside England, hate him with a vengeance, and we can’t exactly ignore them completely – the vote was not overwhelming.

  5. mike fowle
    June 28, 2016 at 4:33 pm

    The Gibraltar response is what I find perhaps the most puzzling. I strongly suspect that the government are secretly only too keen to pass Gib to the Spanish and have been for years. I can’t see the public supporting Gibraltar now.

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