Seething over these clowns

How much respect do you have for those tosspots giving themselves airs at Westminster?

BORIS Johnson was talked out of quitting the Cabinet over Brexit by David Cameron, insiders have claimed, but the pair agreed Theresa May’s vision for Britain’s future relationship with the EU was “the worst of both worlds”.

“was talked out of”, “but the pair agreed”

Weak, snivelling, as spineless as May. But much worse – no idea who the bosses are here.

Mr Cameron is said to have talked Mr Johnson out of resigning by persuading him that Mrs May’s so-called “third way” was the only plan Parliament would accept.

Pardon me – who gives a damn WTF parliament will accept? Who TF is parliament but our servants? People spoke in 2016, end of. Cameron himself promised to implement.

The Queen MUST now step in because this is a constitutional crisis, she need take no side herself, she need only sign off whatever the decision of the people turned out to be on June 24th, 2016 [sic].

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16 comments for “Seething over these clowns

  1. The Blocked Dwarf
    July 6, 2018 at 11:48 am

    “but the pair agreed Theresa May’s vision for Britain’s future relationship with the EU was “the worst of both worlds”.

    Not surprised in the slightest. It IS the worst possible plan and has been rejected by the EU since the start (and despite constant claims to the contrary, they show no sign of weakening their position). Ironically the one issue that seems to unite both Brexiteurs and Remainers alike is that next week’s White Paper is going to be so much toilet paper and both alike wonder why she persists with her ‘Cat In The Hat’ or ‘Max Fuck’ solution or whatever it is called.

  2. Edward Spalton
    July 6, 2018 at 12:33 pm

    Well, with David ” I don’t have to know very much” Davis and Boris ” Fuck business!” Johnson leading for our side, there’s not much prospect of anything beneficial to anyone emerging from this – is there?

  3. john in cheshire
    July 6, 2018 at 1:40 pm

    James, the Queen’s never going to intervene because she’s also part of the problem.

    I think what we are seeing is the culmination of what 40+ years in the grip of the EU has done to our public bodies. They’ve been allowed to do sod all, while extorting ever more money from us, all the while lying that much as they’d like to help us their hands are tied because the EU wouldn’t let them. They’ve had an easy, trouble-free time, counting their fiddled expenses and preening themselves before us and convincing themselves they are better than us.

    If a group of patriots took it upon themselves to drag some of these bastards into the street and summarily hang them, I’d do nothing to stop them and I’d say nothing in condemnation of what they did. That’s how much these parasites have caused me to hate them; the MPs, the Civil Servants, the MSM, especially the lying sneering far-left bbc. I hope God will forgive me for my thoughts, but I doubt he’ll forgive them for what they have done to our country.

    • July 6, 2018 at 2:55 pm

      “”If a group of patriots took it upon themselves to drag some of these bastards into the street and summarily hang them, I’d do nothing to stop them and I’d say nothing in condemnation of what they did. “”

      Hmmmm. I might manage a ‘tut tut’ over so small a gallows.

      Having watched ‘home’ from afar for several decades, I would think that more than a few need to be dragged out.

      • rapscallion
        July 6, 2018 at 3:08 pm

        I wouldn’t even manage a ‘tut tut’. I’d be helping him making the nooses. Any lampost will do.

    • Mudplugger
      July 6, 2018 at 5:41 pm

      Being by nature a moderate sort of chap, I don’t think we’d have to lynch many of them to get the message across to the rest – “pour encourager les autres”, as they used to say across the Channel (when they still had balls).

      The Permanent Secretary from every department, plus each matching Secretary of State, plus their shadows on the other side and all Parliamentary party leaders (and Tosser Bercow), plus the entire board of the BBC – about a hundred or so nooses at a guess, that should do it. If we all do one each, it won’t take long – bags I Bercow.

      The next generation in those positions might then take the will of the people seriously for a change.

  4. July 6, 2018 at 7:13 pm

    It’s so OTT, does May really think she’s immune?

    • The Blocked Dwarf
      July 6, 2018 at 7:20 pm

      I’m wondering if using the words ‘think’ and ‘May’ in any sentence, is a good idea. Clearly she doesn’t. Apparently she has threatened any resigning minister with not only instant obscurity but also instant loss of the ministerial car and to that end Taxi firm cards are placed in the lobby. Threats always say more about the individual doing the threatening than the threatened.

  5. Pcar
    July 7, 2018 at 12:49 am

    @Edward Spalton, July 6, 2018 at 12:33 pm

    The Boris ”F*c* business!” quote neglects context.

    He was, correctly, castigating Airbus (20% France state owned), BMW & JLR

    Jaguar, Airbus and BMW now orchestrating Project Fear?

    Does MSM ever report on JCB, Weatherspoons, Forte

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    Leave KISS: Want free movement of goods, capital and service. Whatever, UK going unilateral free trade. EU, over to you.

  6. Old Geezer
    July 7, 2018 at 9:55 am

    The main problem is, if we through them out, who will step in. Old Steptoe will try, or perhaps we could string him up as well.

    • john in cheshire
      July 7, 2018 at 10:10 am

      To paraphrase Henry VI, let’s kill all the collectivists.

  7. Pcar
    July 7, 2018 at 11:26 pm

    The final betrayal of Brexit – the grim reality of what Brexit has been reduced to

    ….Prime Minister May is understood to have provided an insight into the document to Angela Merkel before she showed it to her own cabinet. I am confident that this was to gain some sort of demure approval…

    https://altnewsmedia.net/news/the-final-betrayal-of-brexit/

    Maybe this explains her woeful performance:

    Theresa May could not bear to watch the end of the England vs Colombia game because she found it too stressful. What hope is there when the woman who is supposed to be fighting our corner over Brexit hides behind the sofa during a penalty shootout?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-5927573/AMANDA-PLATELL-Wimbledons-women-stop-moaning.html

    All May had to do was seek advise from and/or copy Trump when dealing with EU. She is too dumb and stubborn to do this.

    It is now time the people mobilised. I can think of 17.4 million good reasons why this is our last chance.

    PS
    https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2018/07/the-tragedy-of-the-brexit-chequers-summit/

    https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2018/07/theresa-mays-soft-brexit-is-remain-by-another-name/

    Anyone for crowdfuding a Baby May blimp?

    • July 7, 2018 at 11:54 pm

      “Theresa May could not bear to watch the end of the England vs Colombia game because she found it too stressful. What hope is there when the woman who is supposed to be fighting our corner over Brexit hides behind the sofa during a penalty shootout?”

      Could they have parachuted in a more sly, less principled, weaker person than this?

      • Bill
        July 8, 2018 at 6:54 am

        Perm any one from 650!

      • Pcar
        July 9, 2018 at 12:07 am

        @James,

        Rhetorical question?

        If not: Startled Vain Morgan, Green Porno Perry, Wolla “I’m a GP” Ston…

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        Spitting Image : Reagan walnut

        Maybot : The Numbskulls – SPAD count: Blair 8, Cameron 9, Maybot 35ish

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