Brexit: Is Boris Johnson splitting the Tory party? | FT

Brexit: Is Boris Johnson splitting the Tory party? | FT


So another extraordinary week
in British politics, perhaps the most extraordinary yet. Robert, is this a plan? Boris Johnson has
hurtled at great speed towards a confrontation
with parliament, and now perhaps a
general election as well. Is this actually
part of the strategy, or is this the unravelling
of a premiership in its first few days
of being in charge? The answer could
be yes, I think. Both. There definitely was
a plan, and the plan was exactly as
you’re describing, to bring the confrontation
with parliament to a head. The team Johnson recognised that
parliament was going to vote to stop them having
a no-deal Brexit. It was going to legislate. The prorogation wasn’t
going to do the job. They also were aware that
the prorogation of parliament might actually heighten
the confrontation, which suited them. They could have a people
versus parliament election. You people are stopping Brexit,
we’re going to the country because we trust you. And that was a strategy. And you can see the logic of it. What’s happened in
the last few days is the unravelling
of that strategy in a couple of different ways. Firstly, he threatened
to expel any of his MPs that voted against him. More of them did
than he expected. And sometimes they
even provoked him. Dominic Cummings,
his chief strategist, was incredibly
dismissive and rude to some of the key figures who
voted against the government. And you know, really
eminent people. Philip Hammond, former
chancellor, Greg Clark, Kenneth Clarke. These are senior people
in the Conservative party and they have been expelled. People who’ve been
in the cabinet a matter of weeks ago in
very senior positions. That’s right. And with the proximity
of a general election, taking the party
whip away from them is tantamount to expelling
them and deselecting them. And what you’re
saying to the country is there is no room in the
Conservative party for some of the best-known
figures and some of the most mainstream figures. And furthermore, since one of
your arguments against Jeremy Corbyn is that he is an
extremist who expels and purges his moderates, that line
doesn’t look so good, either. The second reason it’s
beginning to become complicated, is because Labour has tumbled
to this strategy and is saying, well, maybe we’re not going to
give you the election when you want and on the terms you want. So all of a sudden,
Boris Johnson’s strategy is beginning to look
very precarious. It’s not definitely
unravelling yet, because I think there’s still a
decent chance Labour will give him the election. But it’s not guaranteed. And what about
this idea that this might be the final coming
to fruition of the schism that’s kind of been threatened
in the Conservative party under successive
Tory prime ministers, really, that Europe is the
kind of rock on which the Tory party finally founders? Because you’ve now got dozens
of Tory MPs potentially, as you said,
deselected to make room for much more extremely
anti-Europeans. What happens to the
rest of the Tory party that’s been told
it’s not welcome? It’s a really
interesting question. I mean, obviously,
at one level, schism is fractionally too
strong because you’re talking about quite
a small sliver of the Conservative party. The Conservative party’s
been moving ever rightwards for quite a long time. So there is a fair
degree of unity of purpose around
the Brexit position that they have
among party members and among the bulk of the
parliamentary party, which is not the same as saying among
Conservative voters, of course. No, indeed. But the party, while it
looks divided at this minute, there is a degree of
unity and a purpose there. They are now the lead party. They are possibly
the Brexit party. And so they’ve completed…
and they’re also changing their electoral base, because
a lot of the well-heeled southern, more metropolitan,
liberal-minded Conservatives are looking at this
and thinking, well, hang on, this isn’t us. And they have this northern
strategy of chasing votes in working class
areas in the north, some of the smaller towns,
people who have voted Labour but are very patriotic,
don’t like Jeremy Corbyn, and they think they
can get those people. But it’s a hell of a gamble. And what has opened up, as
– I mean, you’ll know this – opened up right in the centre
of politics now is a huge space between Corbynism and
Johnson, Brexitism. There’s a large gap for a
party, if it’s able to fill it. But there’s also a schism
in the Johnson clan. Yes, absolutely. Boris’s brother Jo,
his younger brother, who was a minister,
just outside the cabinet but with a right
to attend cabinet, has today announced that he is
standing down from parliament, standing down as a minister,
citing the fact that he has been unable to resolve the
conflict between family loyalty and national interest,
which is not very coded way of saying I can’t
put up with what my brother’s doing any longer. And what about if we do have
an imminent general election earlier than is scheduled? Do you think you’ll actually see
something very unusual, which is a kind of pro-Brexit
pact on one side and a kind of mirror
image pro-Remain or stop no-deal
alliance on the other? Because the numbers are
so tight and there’s a danger of just ending up with
another hung parliament which of course wouldn’t
resolve Brexit at all unless it’s really clear
what the two options are. Yeah. I mean, I think
anybody who wants to call the general
election should immediately be dismissed because
I certainly don’t know how it will play out. You can construct different
theories about this, but a hung parliament
is certainly one of the more
plausible options. As to the pact,
well, I don’t know. I think the Conservative party
leadership would very much like not to have a pact with
the Brexit party, Nigel Farage. They would prefer just to
shove them aside and squeeze their vote. And I think if they think
they can do that, that will be their preferred option. If the election is held
before the Brexit date, the Brexit party
has a major question to face, which is do we want
to risk Brexit by stopping the Conservatives from winning. On the Remain side, more
difficult, because I think the diverse parties of Remain
are finding it very difficult to work together. Jo Swinson, the Liberal
Democrat leader, has said she couldn’t put
Jeremy Corbyn into power. So that’s tricky. The Labour party is not a party
which is minded to stand aside for other parties anywhere. The Scottish
Nationalists and SNP, because they are independence
movement parties, are problematic for
the other two parties. So, I can see a few side deals
on the Remain side, perhaps between the Greens and
the Lib Dems, maybe Plaid Cymru and Lib Dems,
I can see that happening. But on a full-on… The Greens are quite
relaxed about Jeremy Corbyn because they’re more
leftwing anyway. Exactly right. So I can see smaller pacts,
but I can’t see a grand Remain alliance. What is, however, possible is
the voters can figure this out for themselves. And they can look
at where things lie, and say the best Remain choice
here is Labour or Lib Dems or whoever. The one other wrinkle in this
is that Labour’s own position on Brexit is complex in that it
is offering a referendum while saying it will also seek
a better Brexit deal. So it’s in the rather
strange position of saying we will
seek a better deal, we will get our
better deal, and then we’ll have a referendum on it
with the other option being Remain. And we’re not sure which side
of that we’ll campaign on. So for the moment,
there is still a fair amount of daylight
between them and, say, the Liberal Democrats or
the Scottish Nationalists, who are out and out
Remain parties now. And of course, Labour will
be hoping that, in fact, the election turns into being
fought on other topics where they’re stronger anyway. But all we can say
probably is it’s all looking extremely volatile.

68 thoughts on “Brexit: Is Boris Johnson splitting the Tory party? | FT

  1. Too many words not enough action. You either support democracy or you do not. No more flimflam. Cromwell was faced with a corrupt self seeking parliament. he marched the troops in and closed parliament. That is exactly what Boris should do. Boris is the knight in shining armour, saving democracy from fascism. God speed to him.

  2. It does not matter how long you have served in a job, if you do not do your job , YOU GET FIRED, SO BACK OFF BLAM8NG BORIS , THAT IS JUVENILE

  3. No, the Tory traitors are betraying their party and the electorate. The backlash from that electorate when a GE finally arrives will be ferocious.

  4. Sexy Sadie, what have you done
    You made a fool of everyone
    Sexy Sadie, you broke the rules
    You laid it down for all to see
    One sunny day the world was waiting for a lover
    She came along and turned on everyone
    Sexy Sadie, the greatest of them all 
    Sexy Sadie, how did you know
    The world was waiting just for you?
    Sexy Sadie, you'll get yours yet
    However big you think you are
    However big you think you are
    Sexy Sadie, ooh, you'll get yours yet
    We gave her everything we owned just to sit at her table
    Just a smile would lighten everything
    Sexy Sadie, she's the latest and the greatest of them all
    She made a fool of everyone

  5. Boris and Cummings have ALREADY fractured the Tory party beyond repair, only patched and I expect to be the downfall of the Conservatives with only one possible solution, a complete purge and rebirth (meaning, sack all of them and bring new people in).

  6. thankyou for your dicussions. I totally agree with Mr. Cap. there has
    been so much deception by those who have been going against the will of
    the people in the referendum that our great country is now is serious
    trouble. Tony Blair recently did a talk/discussion at the Institute for
    Government in which he discusses the present poltical situation. As
    usual his forensic analysis was brilliant, but also as usual he slipped
    in total false statements at the beginning of and in the middle of his
    discussion so that the truth of things is mixed in with lies about
    things to suit his purpose. he stated that no-one voted for a no deal
    brexit! "not for one second or moment…" did people vote for a no-deal
    Brexit. But, when we review Cameron's referendum speech and his many
    ongoing interviews (Fisal Islam for one) Cameron clearly states that the
    vote will end in a desisive Brexit with a WTO exit at the end of 2-year
    negotiations IF WE VOTE LEAVE . The consequences of what would happen
    at the end of the referendum if we voted leave were made all-too
    explicit. it would be a "leap in the dark", a…"one time decision which
    I will impliment no matter what it is"…."i will carry out the
    instructions of the British People becasue " we only get one vote…
    "you have to respect the will of the people as we will in this
    referendum". In other words the consequences of leaving were made
    totally clear, and were absolutely explicit and certainly not in doubt
    by the very man who instigated the referendum – David Cameron – (just
    reveiw his statements in interviews to substantiate my statements). Why
    then did Tony Blair say what he said – thus supporting the ongoing
    narrative of many other for three years – and keep harping on about a
    false narrative that can be proved to be false? Because he wants to
    forward his own point of view. Okay… that politics… but then he does
    it by distorting the truth thus adding to ongoing development of a
    collective schizophenia that we are now headed for. As the work of the
    late and great R.D. Laing clear shows (Divided Self and other works)
    when you pursue a double bind or lie to the Nth degree, you create such a
    distortion of reality it splits the mind in two becasue the psychic
    structure cannot take being told one thing and its opposite as both
    truth!! Blairs political skills are formiddable butwhen he again lies
    like this – or if that is too strong, choses deliberately to falsify the
    very clear evidence uttered by the very man who initiated the
    referendum – then he invites breakdown and collective splitting thus
    psychosis. We are at a breaking point of our democracy and it been aided
    and abetted by politicans who have gone rathe mad. We may well have
    many problems if we leave but vote leave we did, leave is what we told
    would happen after the referendum and then its did not happen. Cameron
    resigned rather than fulfil his "promise" to oversee the result of the
    referendum and thus, once again, lied, deceived and bent the truth of
    the words he used. Thus… we also have betrayal – just about the worst
    kind of thing that can happen to value of TRUST. when trust is broken,
    the narrative doe not mean what is says, distortions of truth and fact
    become common , then we are in a grip of collectuive psychosis.
    Something that will end badly unless Brois Johnson stops it. What
    Johnson should do now if he has the wit and wilyness to do so, IS TO
    DELAY sending the Bill to the Queen on Monday and so force a general
    election. This is a perfecly legal move and one that he could apply with
    great effect. Richard

  7. thankyou for your dicussions. I totally agree with Mr. Cap. there has
    been so much deception by those who have been going against the will of
    the people in the referendum that our great country is now is serious
    trouble. Tony Blair recently did a talk/discussion at the Institute for
    Government in which he discusses the present poltical situation. As
    usual his forensic analysis was brilliant, but also as usual he slipped
    in total false statements at the beginning of and in the middle of his
    discussion so that the truth of things is mixed in with lies about
    things to suit his purpose. he stated that no-one voted for a no deal
    brexit! "not for one second or moment…" did people vote for a no-deal
    Brexit. But, when we review Cameron's referendum speech and his many
    ongoing interviews (Fisal Islam for one) Cameron clearly states that the
    vote will end in a desisive Brexit with a WTO exit at the end of 2-year
    negotiations IF WE VOTE LEAVE . The consequences of what would happen
    at the end of the referendum if we voted leave were made all-too
    explicit. it would be a "leap in the dark", a…"one time decision which
    I will impliment no matter what it is"…."i will carry out the
    instructions of the British People becasue " we only get one vote…
    "you have to respect the will of the people as we will in this
    referendum". In other words the consequences of leaving were made
    totally clear, and were absolutely explicit and certainly not in doubt
    by the very man who instigated the referendum – David Cameron – (just
    reveiw his statements in interviews to substantiate my statements). Why
    then did Tony Blair say what he said – thus supporting the ongoing
    narrative of many other for three years – and keep harping on about a
    false narrative that can be proved to be false? Because he wants to
    forward his own point of view. Okay… that politics… but then he does
    it by distorting the truth thus adding to ongoing development of a
    collective schizophenia that we are now headed for. As the work of the
    late and great R.D. Laing clear shows (Divided Self and other works)
    when you pursue a double bind or lie to the Nth degree, you create such a
    distortion of reality it splits the mind in two becasue the psychic
    structure cannot take being told one thing and its opposite as both
    truth!! Blairs political skills are formiddable butwhen he again lies
    like this – or if that is too strong, choses deliberately to falsify the
    very clear evidence uttered by the very man who initiated the
    referendum – then he invites breakdown and collective splitting thus
    psychosis. We are at a breaking point of our democracy and it been aided
    and abetted by politicans who have gone rathe mad. We may well have
    many problems if we leave but vote leave we did, leave is what we told
    would happen after the referendum and then its did not happen. Cameron
    resigned rather than fulfil his "promise" to oversee the result of the
    referendum and thus, once again, lied, deceived and bent the truth of
    the words he used. Thus… we also have betrayal – just about the worst
    kind of thing that can happen to value of TRUST. when trust is broken,
    the narrative doe not mean what is says, distortions of truth and fact
    become common , then we are in a grip of collectuive psychosis.
    Something that will end badly unless Brois Johnson stops it. What
    Johnson should do now if he has the wit and wilyness to do so, IS TO
    DELAY sending the Bill to the Queen on Monday and so force a general
    election. This is a perfecly legal move and one that he could apply with
    great effect. Richard

  8. thankyou for your dicussions. I totally agree with Mr. Cap. there has
    been so much deception by those who have been going against the will of
    the people in the referendum that our great country is now is serious
    trouble. Tony Blair recently did a talk/discussion at the Institute for
    Government in which he discusses the present poltical situation. As
    usual his forensic analysis was brilliant, but also as usual he slipped
    in total false statements at the beginning of and in the middle of his
    discussion so that the truth of things is mixed in with lies about
    things to suit his purpose. he stated that no-one voted for a no deal
    brexit! "not for one second or moment…" did people vote for a no-deal
    Brexit. But, when we review Cameron's referendum speech and his many
    ongoing interviews (Fisal Islam for one) Cameron clearly states that the
    vote will end in a desisive Brexit with a WTO exit at the end of 2-year
    negotiations IF WE VOTE LEAVE . The consequences of what would happen
    at the end of the referendum if we voted leave were made all-too
    explicit. it would be a "leap in the dark", a…"one time decision which
    I will impliment no matter what it is"…."i will carry out the
    instructions of the British People becasue " we only get one vote…
    "you have to respect the will of the people as we will in this
    referendum". In other words the consequences of leaving were made
    totally clear, and were absolutely explicit and certainly not in doubt
    by the very man who instigated the referendum – David Cameron – (just
    reveiw his statements in interviews to substantiate my statements). Why
    then did Tony Blair say what he said – thus supporting the ongoing
    narrative of many other for three years – and keep harping on about a
    false narrative that can be proved to be false? Because he wants to
    forward his own point of view. Okay… that politics… but then he does
    it by distorting the truth thus adding to ongoing development of a
    collective schizophenia that we are now headed for. As the work of the
    late and great R.D. Laing clear shows (Divided Self and other works)
    when you pursue a double bind or lie to the Nth degree, you create such a
    distortion of reality it splits the mind in two becasue the psychic
    structure cannot take being told one thing and its opposite as both
    truth!! Blairs political skills are formiddable butwhen he again lies
    like this – or if that is too strong, choses deliberately to falsify the
    very clear evidence uttered by the very man who initiated the
    referendum – then he invites breakdown and collective splitting thus
    psychosis. We are at a breaking point of our democracy and it been aided
    and abetted by politicans who have gone rathe mad. We may well have
    many problems if we leave but vote leave we did, leave is what we told
    would happen after the referendum and then its did not happen. Cameron
    resigned rather than fulfil his "promise" to oversee the result of the
    referendum and thus, once again, lied, deceived and bent the truth of
    the words he used. Thus… we also have betrayal – just about the worst
    kind of thing that can happen to value of TRUST. when trust is broken,
    the narrative doe not mean what is says, distortions of truth and fact
    become common , then we are in a grip of collectuive psychosis.
    Something that will end badly unless Brois Johnson stops it. What
    Johnson should do now if he has the wit and wilyness to do so, IS TO
    DELAY sending the Bill to the Queen on Monday and so force a general
    election. This is a perfecly legal move and one that he could apply with
    great effect. Richard

  9. Boris is doing his job… if your not with him your against him! He is filtering out the true democratic politicians vs the bullshitters..

  10. Watch these clowns they will show you how to shaft a country and now you are reading this it just shows you how these people think you are so stupid that they can treat you like mugs and get nearly 80 thousand a year to mug you off the British people are the laughing stock of the world now and that’s the sad thing about this the poor slave people of the uk

  11. This amounts to a coup by the political elite over the democratic will of the people… Their mission is not to stop a ‘no deal Brexit’ but to prevent Brexit, period… People, time to arise and shine!

  12. The Remainers are disingenuous. They say they want a better deal, while calling for a 2nd referendum. This sort of two-faced double dealing is characteristic of the left when they're out of power.

  13. Hes not splitting the Tories, its just that the Tories are starting to become conservative again alot of the fake ones (with flexible loyalty)have been expelled or have left it and not before time this country needs a proper conservative party more than ever. Down with the communists i say.

  14. Boris is almost certainly controlled by the very Same "rulers" as control Donald and his crew.

    (as an example)
    It is no coincidence that Pence has just paid a visit

    There have been many previous timely arrivals from the west.

    WAKE UP, people!

  15. Boris Johnson has been given a poison Challis by his ex prime minister making a mess of Brexit! The poor man needs unity in his party not them acting like spoilt children!! I would not vote for Jeremy Corbyn even if my Life depended upon it !!!

  16. These two Tory supporting presenters can not say the obvious.
    A) Corbyn is playing a blinder and mopping the floor with Boris. B) Tory right wingers are going full USA Republican Party and plotting future wins on a version of the Southern Strategy using Christian fundamentalism, misinformation and racism to get white working class votes. The Northern Strategy.

  17. It's clear that Cummings and Boris are heroes both. I will laugh when all these Remoaning anti-democrats are confounded. The will of the People will prevail.

  18. I would not put it past him to do , a : ( 'Robert Mugabe' )
    and refuse to resign , he may have to be dragged , out by the Police.

  19. Johnson is a thoroughly divisive figure.
    In the interest of the nation, if he had any decency, he would step aside and allow someone else to try and bring the country together again.
    Cometh the hour, cometh the man (or woman), but where are such inspirational leaders?

  20. Amber Rudd just quit
    Bo Jo your losing your mojo
    And as for your majority
    Gone with the wind
    Oh dear how sad never mind

  21. How ironic, the party of gun-ho British imperialism, that used divide-and-conquer as a cynical strategy to hoover up the wealth of entire continents, is in danger of dividing and conquering itself. Maybe no collective human entity has ever deserved self-destruction more…?
    Biros is the perfect embodiment of the entire stinking edifice, the Final Man to bring the historical shithouse down.
    Tally ho, chaps. Mind your bottoms.

  22. Vote brexit vote red vote blue it all means the same the public can play with there mobile phones while the goverment rob you

  23. A video of Green & Shrimsley both campaigning "remoaners" knocking Brexit under the guise of impartial news commentary. A bit of a con, but great if you want to stay within a remoaner bubble.

  24. Corbyn purged his party for different reasons.He was put in by momentum and then blatantly ignored an overwhelming vote of no confidence in him by his own MPs and purged anyone not of his particular brand of Far left Marxism..His anti semetic surge and his hatred for Blairites,America and the Queen are obvious.As is his 'actavists'calling for the deselection of sitting MPs not of the party line.The abuse that Tom Watson alone has endured is shocking not to mention his jewish MPs. Johnstones party are hardly far right!They are determined to implement Brexit for the sake of democracy.We have stalled long enough and the anti Democrats can not win.There is no purging.Every conservative MP was well aware of what they were doing which was to thwart Brexit and keep Kicking the can down the road aka political suicide.

  25. I wonder how long it’s going to take to realise that capitalism is a dictatorship and democracy is a con to keep the masses distracted and an illusion of power

  26. i'm a total leaver but you can't trust Farage if the Brexit party are going to the Elections every seat need to be put in place. DO NOT DEAL WITH CONSERVATIVE LABOUR OR LIBERAL GET AS MAY CONSTITUENCIES AS YOU CAN

  27. nobody cares about what happens to the torys or labour its time for them to go for good, time to take away power from self serving people with their noses in the eu trough

  28. It would be great to see the corporate-Theological party's power significantly reduced but beware the consequences of that to the nature of Labour and Libdems.

  29. Is BoJo splitting the Tory Party, the FT asks a question like this. Is it any wonder the UK is in such a state, so called intelligent people asking stupid questions like this. The editor should be sacked immediately, the problem with the UK at the moment too many Bluff merchants in control.

  30. The more the subversive MPs try to delay or prevent BREXIT the more it is clear that the Globalists hold sway.

    Great Britain's democracy hangs in the balance

  31. Boris is bringing the traitors back in and will bring back treason mays failed EU treaty and will kick out the E.R.G. and the tories will be unelectable for a generation.

  32. What's wrong with these people the Tory mps should have got behind their leader boris the great and borris will prevail and be remembered in history has the people's pm of the 21 century

  33. TIME TO OCCUPY PARLIAMENT IN BRITON.  TENS OF THOUSANDS OF CITIZENS NEED TO SURROUNDED
    PARLIAMENT AND SHUT DOWN THE CENTER OF LONDON ON THE 14th OF OCTOBER
    MAYBE THE TRAITORS WOULD GET THE MESSAGE. 
    GET YOUR LORRIES, GRAB A YELLOW VEST AND HARD HAT, GET A BACK PACK WITH
    FOOD, BEER, AND WATER AND HEAD TO PARLIAMENT SQUARE. DISABLE YOUR LORRIES. TAKE
    BATTERY POWERED HAND SAWS, DRILLS, CUTOFF SAWS, TEAR DOWN THE BARRICADES,
    FENCES AND GATES AND BE READY FOR A LONG WEEK OF PROTESTS AND OCCUPY THE HOUSE
    OF COMMONS AND PARLIAMENT BUILDING UNTIL Oct. 31, 2019.

  34. TIME TO OCCUPY PARLIAMENT IN BRITON.  TENS OF THOUSANDS OF CITIZENS NEED TO SURROUNDED
    PARLIAMENT AND SHUT DOWN THE CENTER OF LONDON ON THE 14th OF OCTOBER
    MAYBE THE TRAITORS WOULD GET THE MESSAGE. 
    GET YOUR LORRIES, GRAB A YELLOW VEST AND HARD HAT, GET A BACK PACK WITH
    FOOD, BEER, AND WATER AND HEAD TO PARLIAMENT SQUARE. DISABLE YOUR LORRIES. TAKE
    BATTERY POWERED HAND SAWS, DRILLS, CUTOFF SAWS, TEAR DOWN THE BARRICADES,
    FENCES AND GATES AND BE READY FOR A LONG WEEK OF PROTESTS AND OCCUPY THE HOUSE
    OF COMMONS AND PARLIAMENT BUILDING UNTIL Oct. 31, 2019.

  35. For me, the only benefit of the whole Brexit disaster is watching the Tory Party tearing itself apart. Hee Hee! Keep it up guys and gals, it’s just fine! I have to laugh though when people think this is something new; the Tories have been deeply divided on Europe ever since the days of Harold Macmillan over 60 years ago – fatally divided, as it turns out. But if the Tories are in disarray, then so are the Labour Party under Comrade Corbyn and the Lib-Dems (remember them?) under the ghastly Ms Swinson. In fact, the whole of British politics is undergoing a long-overdue and cathartic shake up. This is perhaps another unexpected benefit of Brexit, otherwise a thoroughly BAD idea in every single way.

  36. Steve Charlestown
    20 August
    NO BACKSTOP
    NO EXTENSION!
    NO MORE PAYMENTS!
    THE BRITISH PEOPLE WANT OUT!
    There were many reasons why people voted to leave of course, but each one derives itself from a single source – taking back control of our country from the corrupt European globalists, who have manipulated and been in collusion with the establishment in Westminster for decades! We only have to look at the self serving lying degenerates – who promised we would leave with or without a deal on March 29th and then changed the law in order to protect their pensions and incentives – who have their noses firmly in the trough. As one example, have they deliberately forgotten they were instructed to carry out the will of the people? Or would it be more truthful that our votes and opinions are viewed as worthless – until it fits in with their own political agendas or narrative?!

    Then there's the undemocratic European Union – the attitude of 'our way or no way'. Why the leftwing can't see the connection between Brussels and the New World Order shows naivety or plain ignorance on an astonishing level! Why would a trading block need full autonomy and governance over its member countries? Why do they seek more power and sovereignty from its members? Why do they need to infiltrate and meddle with its members political systems? Why do they command that their laws and regulations are adhered to – and dictate who a nation can and cannot trade with? If that hasn't set the alarm bells ringing, they now OPENLY admit to having planned for an EU army for decades. Surely the penny has dropped by now?! Have we not already been down this path before? When a power hungry megalomaniac thought he could take his neighbours land – with dramatic consequences to any resistance – what would be different this time around? I can assure you that nothing happens in Brussels without having Germany’s approval first. The difference this time around is that it's not Nazis storming the streets. It will be an army of Europeans following the instructions of the NWO. Because you're being conquered passively, it doesn't mean you're not under attack – and surrendering your country and freedom to a foreign power. What do you think will happen if we refused to obey or follow orders? Just look at the sanctions being imposed on Hungary for not following orders – and what's happening already in France! The right to protest has been withdrawn – not to mention free speech in our own country! You can't even define what kind of terrorists are attacking you – unless they're white!

    Brexit is about accountability. No more sneaky Prime Ministers giving away British assets via stealthy treaties – and no more slimy politicians accepting backhanders, incentives or EU subsidiaries, if we're being polite – to do the bidding of globalists. We may have evolved regarding technology and medicine etc, but as a society we are being deliberately forced downwards and backwards, as social cohesion is strained – and at breaking point – the purpose of this is to create civil unrest so new sweeping laws can be introduced right across Europe in its entirety. If we remain politically tied, or under the control of Brussels, the British people will unfortunately share the same fate and punishments as those our media hide – and refuse to broadcast on! Europe is heading into a recession it cannot recover from – and wants us to shoulder the financial costs and multiple bailouts! It was their self arrogance and indulgence that doomed them – resulting in where we find ourselves today. The only way Britain can protect itself – from the continuous bombardment of EU rules, policies, restrictions and treaties – is by removing ourselves from the equation. A clean exit can deliver this. After we leave, we can then begin to redress our own issues and problems on our doorstep – so Great Britain can once again serve the British people without corrupt, deceitful, Europhile politicians making promises they have no intention of keeping, while sacrificing what's in Britain's best interests to further the European political agenda!
    ONLY A CLEAN EXIT IS BREXIT!

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