Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Musings.

After A Very Excellent Start To 2020.


The arrogant murder of several people in Iraq, by the USA, I found abhorrent. Little mention of those alongside their main target, was there? Then there was the ensuing horror of the U and sadly back at the new krainian B737-800. That it was a Ukrainian aircraft I find very iffy indeed. All this notwithstanding and the ongoing horror of Yemen, I am still revelling in the UK's leaving of the EUSSR.

The PM's rare appearances are a tonic. As with this morning's BBC interview by some streak of smug, vain and rather full of himself bloke who's name escapes me. Dirty, scruffy shoes and finger pointing rudeness notwithstanding, boy was he out of his depth. Thereafter followed Pinar's take on the session.

Another sore, sourpuss of a remainer, Pinar. Desperate to criticise, miffed to Hades and sadly back, the fatty baldy had little to offer. Nought but another puffed up, sore loser windbag. Quite delicious. So different from all of 2019 and our treacherous MPs right up until, to quote Marl Francois, "what don't they understand about being slaughtered"!

Then we have the, apparently, last EU Parliament of lickspittles that is to include the UK troughers. Those moaning at the departure all remainer types, years at the tax payers' teet of course. What a display of petulance by the remain contingent and how marvellous the celebratory  joy of the Brexit Party and staunch standard bearers of freedom.

Add to the mix the dire doom laden spouting that our departure WA requires the EU Parliament's rubber stamp and that it's not a given. Forgive my ignorance. If they turn it down cannot we then say, "OK, we'll tear it up, keep our 39 BILLION quid and just leave"? I suspect the EUSSR still don't realise they have lost a member State, via a democratic, huge majority they, after 3 and a half years of effort, failed to stop.

Part of my joy is watching they, for a change, coming to London to plead their lost cause. Not May constantly traipsing to the Continent with her tail between her legs. The pleasure at the ongoing, empty threats they can no longer implement. The tired old bullying that is now made from an empty playground to a deserted audience and a long gone victim. Am I being to soon in relishing the future?

Maybe I am. Things may get tough but it will be for us to determine, not the crazies from Berlin and Brussels. Worth all that may ensue so long as we stay a sovereign, free Country. We have won a decisive, years in combat battle. Now to win the war still not settled totally. We are, however very, very close.

The 31st of January, 2300, GMT should see the war come to an end. As for the new relationship and trade discussions. I suspect the ability and FREEDOM to walk away under Article 50 treaty rules, at the end of 2020 will be, as it always should have been, a whip hand! 

My only remaining wish is that our celebrations, in two weeks time, should feature Gina Miller feted as one of the people who made us so angry and determined to fight for democracy. She, Soubry, Grieve, Barnier, Swinson, Verhofstadt et al should be carried aloft by a clamouring, grateful crowd showing deep gratitude for their leave, inspiration degree of spite, that so motivated us to victory!

God bless the British sense of fair play and democracy.


7 comments:

  1. Your not relishing the future too early O R only two more weeks to go. I saw the interview on BBC and agree with all you say about it. I shall not be watching them for much longer as for many years I have only been with them for the Teletext service. About the only thing they do better than the free services and it's being axed this month. I will still be forced to pay for them of course. If we needed any further proof of how remainers regard the tax payers could the excesses of the last speaker Mr Bercow be a better indicator? £1000 for one taxi ride, thousands of pounds for retirement parties and we paid for his Sky TV. A true believer in the EUSSR gravy train if ever I saw one.

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  2. " Little mention of those alongside their main target "
    Oh come on OR, he was Terrorist Number One. You don't think he was accompanied by an innocent taxi driver and a couple of nuns who'd thumbed a lift.

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  3. RAC we virtually always agree on stuff. However apart from his deputy, among six others killed there will have been the possibility of them just doing their job as bodyguards or aides. Furthermore it was on foreign territory and a civilian airport/location. Makes the West/USA as bad as the terrorists they often conspire with when it suits. Or murder, as with Qaddafi, 'cos they know too much.
    "The killing of Qasem Soleimani was “most likely unlawful,” UN Rapporteur on extra-judicial executions Agnès Callamard tweeted.

    She said the targeted killings “violate international human rights law,” adding that “outside the context of active hostilities, the use of drones or other means for targeted killing is almost never likely to be legal.”

    She further argued that “drone killing of anyone other than the target (family members or others in the vicinity, for example) would be an arbitrary deprivation of life under human rights law and could result in State responsibility and individual criminal liability.”

    At least six people were killed alongside Soleimani in the drone strike. The UN Rapporteur said the killing of other individuals alongside Soleimani was “absolutely” unlawful.

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    1. All killing is a terrible thing and a sad reflection on both humanity and the world in general. Having said that sometimes the end justifies the means. How many innocent lives would have been lost if this man had been allowed to live on?

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  4. Do you believe that anyone not a vetted henchman would have got anywhere near his car or convoy

    Also some background
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_Callamard
    Agnès Callamard is a French Human Rights expert and Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).[1] *She is also the Director of Columbia University's Global Freedom of Expression project*.[2]

    http://geopolitics.co/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/callamard-soros-connection.png

    https://politics.com.ph/callamard-got-un-post-connections-duterte-hater-george-soros-palace/

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  5. The killing of monsters of the ilk Islamism badges and Middle Eastern evil and barbaric fanatics is fine by me. Any day. I just don't accept the breaking of international law and the arrogant manner the US deep state crowd care little for when and where. What's to stop them taking out Assange in London, at a Court Appearance. Can always blame Russia, of course.

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    1. An interesting thought O R. I have never stopped to think if blaming the Russians was a cover up. Just goes to show that even the most devout cynic can be made to wonder.

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