BREXIT

AND ITS MEANING INTER ALIA

A SNIPPET

 

WHAT DOES ‘BREXIT’ MEAN?

BREXIT ? = British Exit [from the EU]

- OR -

BREXIT ? =bellicose remainers encouraging xenophobia [in and out groups] implicitly treacherous

- OR –

Simplified, but temporarily supplanting the proverbial word of Money = Remainers are the Root of ALL EVIL,  but of course,  by and large,  they have the money, loads and loads of it!

I suggest that option two above is the true answer,  manifestly by the undemocratic parties of Labour, Liberal Democrats, Green, SNP, Plaid Cymru, several Northern Ireland parties without seats in Westminster, several independents, Change UK, the Speaker* George Soros, ex Prime Ministers, and the Euro-Peon parliament, whether in the Commons or in the “other place”, plus seemingly those not so eminent Tory MP’s who were summarily dismissed for cheating on their electors and for gross disloyalty, now said to be on the verge of joining the phalanx of the undemocratic rabble mentioned above.  Each and every one of this group chooses, more and more to ridicule the referendum result of 2016, the instigator [now a little seen] ex Tory PM who was responsible for causing the Brexit Vote of 2016, and who now has the sheer audacity, and foul abhorrence to blame his party for the resultant mayhem when the blame lies firmly and shamefully with all REMAINERS no matter their party or political persuasion: his book reveals that he was a druggist and thoroughly unsuited to be a political leader, and us, those who won the day and are now seen as ‘street scum’, even totally unfit to be enfranchised with a vote, considered to be a mass of irritable uneducated trouble makers ! If we are that, as claimed, where does that place “them”, REMAINER PARASITES to an MP, with three years each @ £80K GBP [for their benefit in case they haven’t got a calculator to hand =  an eye watering £240K GBP [a tad short of a quarter of a million pounds – think about it]  plus more expenses per year than most of us can earn net in wages over two years, and we STILL  await an outcome of our vote to LEAVE?  Collectively they have achieved the square root of f*** all.  Are these people backward or just plain idle, or do they now recognise that the leave vote was an appreciably larger vote than a remain vote, the vote taken by the majority of the members at Westminster, [and now are ashamed and embarrassed to have missed that point back in 2016], and that is what normal British people call a win? Little wonder then that Westminster as a whole cannot stomach the thought of losing?  Can we deduce one more thing therefore, that they are not normal, but in fact sub-normal, although we might also note abnormal! There are no qualifications to become an MP [and doesn’t it show in spades]? There are some one can respect for their learning, but the rank and file, especially where Labour MP’s are concerned, not a chance in hell! Certainly, none can be respected for their social standing, some ostentatiously and vulgarly displayed. Some are vile and repugnant and here I have in mind the Labour back bench MP Oliver Leftwing a veritable traitor to what we expect from our politicians. Some are to be pitied for clearly they have deformities like not being able to see, listen to and take note of what the people at large want.  However, some, albeit a small number, will have served their country and I exempt them from my caustic comments and instead extend my hand, offering a  fraternal greeting to them. Nonetheless, being a part of the Westminster rabble renders them hapless to most voters, which is a gross insult to their service, and a great pity.

* Taken from The Times RED BOX for 10th September 2019 - the article sums up Bercow [the Speaker in the lower House] often referred to as BERK OW. At long last the carbuncle is about to be lanced!

"………….there were glowing reviews and treacly tributes: and that was just John Bercow talking about himself.

So he is off. Soon. Ish. Bercow announced that he will resign on October 31, which means we will be able to stop talking about one tedious B-word that day even if Brexit hasn't happened.

He delivered this news with the humility, brevity and self-awareness you would expect. And MPs, who have spent the past fortnight complaining that they don't have enough time to debate Brexit, spent an hour and a half ladling on platitudes.
I noticed several of the most gushing gushers were people I know for a fact to consider Bercow a sanctimonious pain in the arse but for some reason chose not to mention this.

Strangely no one thought to mention the strenuously denied bullying allegations or the official report into parliament's bullying culture which called for him to be removed or his enthusiasm for Wimbledon freebies or his removal of precedent to further his own cause.

At the end of his 500-word speech about himself, Labour and other opposition parties rose as one for a standing ovation, which oddly the Speaker allowed and did not point out was against the rules. Only a handful of Conservatives, including Theresa May's former deputy David Lidington, joined them. But then, he has just got a knighthood [from Mrs May's resignation list] so he was probably giddy.

I have written before about how, infuriatingly, as Speaker he has not been all bad. But he is 20 per cent backbenchers' champion, 20 per cent scourge of the executive and 30 per cent insufferable little tit. I know that doesn't add up to a full 100 per cent but he is not a tall man.

He arrived on the back of the expenses scandal, which forced out his predecessor Michael Martin, with a brief to calm things down and restore parliament's place in the nation. Much of what he has done, on topical questions, urgent questions and outreach is commendable,
but all too often he has sought to commend himself."

PERSONALLY, Berk Ow always reminded me of Mussolini, arrogant, megalomaniac, egotistical and he, like the defunct country he led, never ever got anything done that was worthwhile, unless through a corrupted force of presence, ergo his penchant for supporting one group [in this case Hitler] whilst ignoring all others including his so called Axis colleagues! 

Whilst I have the stage, I recently received a magazine for September 2019, published by the NFOP -  National Federation of Occupational Pensioners (NFOP)

This sickening article concerns  unelected Peers and will not put the “other place” in good light for most of us. Add to this bill, as you progress through the story, the sheer cost of the bill for the Commons with 650 dithering inept MP’s each drawing £80K GBP plus unimaginable and unreasonable expenses. Talk about the ‘gravy train’  - how they get away with their sheer audacious gall, is unsettling for most I would reckon.  This is the magazine’s page 15

And for those of you who disagree with my summing up of this truly unbelievable situation being enacted in the  Westminster Palace toilet block [a euphemism for a more proverbial lavatorial expression], may I refer you to the response  made to those who threw their toys out of their prams when that irascible commentator on all things cricket, the now, although as I write awaiting to be dubbed by a Royal sword, Sir Geoffrey Boycott KBE. For those who missed his less than eloquent rebuttal to criticism, it was "I couldn't give a toss" and I don't think that the word 'toss' in this case, meant the toss of a red round missile he regularly bravely faced from combative bowlers!