Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Wednesday, 20 November 2019

I Choose, In The Main, To Ignore This Dumb Election/Referendum.

Not Least The Ridiculous "Debate"/Slanging Match Of Last Eve.

I'm not so sure the population at large is quite as the creatures above. I say this based on the wonderful and emphatic 4% winning vote to leave the EUSSR in 2016. Even though I'm avoiding 95% of any MSM coverage, other than my biased daily Torygraph, I can still feel an undercurrent of alarm that this GE really just might be another 2016 moment.

The constant attacks on the Brexit party for a starter. A replay of the MEP vote campaign which slowly choked on its own dawning realisation the Establishment agenda was off track. As for this pathetic debate. As forecast by many, an hour of mud slinging, lies pitched against lies and two blokes desperate to gain votes on the strength of their less than adequate characters.

If the Torygraph headline is true, that Grandpa was jeered over his Brexit stance, that is a pointer to the misreading of the public mood suffered in 2016 and this year's stupid MEP result. Indeed such is the manufactures dismissiveness by the PTB of any success for The people's Brexit Party, I wonder if that is a veneer of concern for the opposite of the public utterances?

The BBC's latest fear of an inoculation for us all to suffer, is of a hung Parliament, again. Well, if that were to come to pass but with a more Brexit representative Chamber, we could still see us leave the EUSSR's clutches. Or at least carry on fighting to do so. If we still end up with a quisling, traitor, cheating  and smug, self entitled lot as since 2016's referendum, then I'll be astounded and mortified.

What I do feel is the reality? Not just the population at large but hundreds of thousands of political "anoraks" feel and are doing as I. Ergo, switching off. The Parliament now disbanded a victory for all of us wishing the expediting of a the swamp draining process. One already with several high profile and ugly creatures flapping helplessly on the banks.

Grieve for one. His abject appearances these days a joy to behold. Add many other "placeniks", who have sucked long and hard at the tax payers' teats, Ken Clarke for one, Soubry another, hopefully finished for good. Their careers, such as they were, ending in ignominy. We can but hope but the chance is there and real.

So, even as this orchestrated, stale, boring and meaningless exercise drags on, we must reflect on the candidates. Bar the Brexit Party, the choice, where available only, is between two main candidates for PM. Bojo and Granpa. Just as with Trump and Killer Hillary, for many it's a choice of the best of the worst. Like America, that Presidential election was between an unusual and in high places, despised Donald and their deep state puppet and grasping of any silver going, Hillary.

What did surprise was the grass root support and across the racial divides, gained by Trump. One might say the "people's" billionaire! What, as with Brexit, shone in 2016 across our western populations, was that people realised they were being shafted by a deep state, JP Morgan headed, cabal. 

This factor is now embedded in over one year of protest across France. Spain is in turmoil, the UK showing resistance to the break up of this centuries old Union that brought peace to these troubled Islands for so long. The Greek people won't forget their enslavement to Brussels. The Italians are restless and angry. Poland and Hungary, even Germany beginning to become disgruntled.

If much of all this pent up anger and frustration fails to affect our vote in December or is lost in a fog of ballot rigging and fraud, it will still exist. So whatever is preached at us. Whatever fear mongering, smug, know all media hype and fake news is thrown around, we may, just may get a proper result! Here's hoping! At least I'm missing most of the media rubbish.

Is that female duo Sturgeon and Swinson still about, by the way?


  1. Deeply disappointed by Farage who seems to have thrown in the towel.
    Our local candidate learned he was not standing whilst at county hall waiting to hand in his nomination papers. He was then unable to thanks those of us who supported him in his campaign because he was instantly locked out of the Brexit Party database. This seems to me, to say the least, unnecessarily heavy handed.

    So the choice here now is a useless remainer Tory, Labour (enough said) and a Green shoehorned in by Swineson's Remainer Pact.

    I shall vote as I believe that if you don't vote you have no right to criticise what you get - but I shall be marking the ballot "No suitable candidate". It's academic anyway as we are disenfranchised by the system here. The encumbant Tory bitch has a 17,000 majority.

    Fuck 'em all and the horse they rode in on...

  2. I think a great many of us share your dismay O R and I believe that a Boris Brexit is the best we will get in what remains of our lifetime's. Take heart if you can, even a Boris Brexit might be better than remain and while you are right to say Boris has many faults to me he looks a better bet than a reincarnated Soviet who has a startling resemblance to old man Steptoe. (With apologies to old man Steptoe).

  3. Thank you both for popping by and especially for kindly troubling to comment. This deep state really is a worm in our minds and freedom and the shite we are bound to bow to no more than polite Nazis.