Did We Really Win A Referendum Victory?
I have always loathed how the Establishment have retained their grip on society and no more so than our present day. This evil pair of, on the left an apologist for murder and torture and the moron on the right for his active part in such barbaric use of terrorism, both share a mutual nastiness and pally political opportunism.
As Corbyn has been able to exploit the dismal failure of Blairism and its hypocritical abuse of power I did, initially, feel that this wasn't really something to be taken seriously. Now I'm not so sure. Let me elaborate further, if you have the time.
Brexit is for sure a powerful and very democratic result for which I feel very proud of the 17,410, 742 people with the nuance to vote against an ever more totalitarian and undemocratic EUSSR. People such as Junker, Schultz and the rest of Merkel's Sturmbannführer handpicked troops. Yet the coverage of Corbyn's win and the Labour conference is making me very uneasy.
Lord of The Pies Prescott cheer leading is but a gnat on an elephant's arse but still typical of how media begins to morph unpalatable events. If a weakness arises in or can be exploited you can bet, as with the IRA, no stone will be left unturned in the pursuit of power and control over all of us. It's what defines totalitarianism. No wonder left wing ideology is so seductive to tyrannical ambition and the idiotic, resentful followers of Animal Farm despots.
Sure I rejoice in the loss of the Yvette Cooper, Miliband Brothers in strife and the slavish sycophants that typified Blair's gross reign. One only marginally better than the nose picker fool who followed him, briefly. However note Harmann is now flirting in the background with the hard left now rampant in Labour. I suspect quite a few others will soon seek to protect their cushy sinecure as MPs.
In reality and with a huge lead in those tainted opinion poll morons' book one might be forgiven for feeling secure, post Brexit, in a revolution, peaceful at that, coupled to a rightish tint to the next decade or so. A chance to stem the tsunami of third world, war driven migrant tide. A problem which just never should have or would have arisen if the Yanks didn't want to dominate the World. Even if that means a corporate driven pact with the crazies in the Muslim sphere, sharing the same goal.
So any reader might well see, as I do, an unfortunate link to the Corbyn leadership whereby the destabilisation of the UK might fall prey to a growing violence in the image of that witnessed in the "Arab Spring". What a joke any optimism that engendered before it was crushed under the might of the Saudi/American Axis and the Wahhabi obsession with power by any means. Just the sentiment now holding sway in the Corbynista doctrine.
Sadly, I am fearful of how this is all panning out. The delay and excuses for not evoking Article 50 or better still repealing the 1972 European Communities Act are, I feel, playing into the hands of those who would seek to stop us leaving. The Civil servants, the mega corporate and Mafioso crowd and the Merkel dominated EUSSR crew. Add the welcome influx of violence now taking over town and cities across the once proud Nations of Europe, the stakes in all this are as high as ever anything experience in the last century.
I have said many times, the PTB are still looking for troops and police forces from outside their own populations as a future weapon of control and forceful dominance. Already we have seen such force used in Greece to quell unrest when the Greek police refused to fire on their own people. Something now expunged from Google. Like so much not deemed to support the Establishment causes or causes.
Back to Labour. I cannot really explain, at this juncture, my unease. All I can do is seek for possible causes as to why it is so strong. The euphoria at the referendum vote is fading quicker than I had hoped. Nothing said of even yet done about Brexit is a pointer, I guess.
That crap about "Brexit means Brexit" does now look tarnished and pure soundbite with little forceful reiteration or response to the likes of Schultz saying, pompous cnut, he would block us leaving. How democratic is that and where's our reply, Mrs May?