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16 September 2018 - Updated 13 April and 29 May 2019

Ruling Class Gone to Lunch - Yet Again

I am amazed to find that when I came to edit this yet again today, so little needs changing.  What are our politicians doing to us?

What ARE the idiots we call our Members of Parliament playing at?  Here we are nearly 3 years on from the European Referendum result - never mind the wisdom of that - and we still have no forward movement.  Instead, these congenital fools have indulged in a childishly irresponsible excess of power politics and personal gain/aggrandisement.  

Irrespective of your opinion of the job our exiting PM did (or didn’t do?), the last thing we need now is an election for a new PM who will probably be an anti-EU Recidivist - more weeks or months lost in a political morass.  Inevitably this will soon lead to a General Election causing more months’ delay and the seemingly unavoidable consequent political deadlock.  And  we are supposed to be leaving the EU on 29 October (2019).  Can you imagine the 27 countries indulging us with yet another extension, when their Parliament becomes infected with the lethal Farage virus on November 1st?  I can’t imagine any further extension being agreed by an exasperated EU parliament or the 27 countries ministers.

Witness the chaos present in the Labour Party, the equivocation of their leader had enabled the Farage menace to walk all over everybody except the Lib-Dems.  Even the Lib-dems - who of late seemed to be the only party talking frankly and constructively - seem to want to ‘re-invent’ themselves.  Why now, for goodness sake?  The European election has shown yet again that the British people now want to stay in the EU, even the opinion polls show this WISH BY THE PEOPLE increasing to approximately 61% ‘for’.  Marches and protests are taking place all over little England and by Brits resident in European countries in support of the EU.  Give me a break, I could go on……….

If you speak to the knowledgeable European public and business, they think we were fools to vote against the EU, and they can see this manifested publicly in all the sheet that’s going on now.  Oh, don’t forget even the Greek voters in the face of their discontent about the EU, decided to stay with them - their opinion was that the EU was the lesser of two evils!  Doesn’t this make the UK look a load of mindless asses now TO THE WHOLE WORLD?  Hee-haw, hee-haw!

Now let’s think positive.  Cut out the politics and all that wasted energy can be re-channelled into SOMETHING positive.  Nothing less than a small action-centred cross-party working organisation composed of MP’s and EXPERIENCED Lords from the superior house, economic and financial experts and top level businessmen (Who are not the Donald).  Ideally this will also include a member of the European Parliament - perhaps even Donald Tusk who has frequently imparted words of wisdom.  Their immediate task would be to organise a properly conducted and legal UK Referendum in which the Electorate are asked what they do want across a brief range of relevant subjects.  This will need to be electronic as a series of referenda on any remaining divisive issues would follow.

Their second task will be to positively confirm the ongoing status of all EU migrants in the UK, and to determine a policy for immigrants from outside the EU - this being our problem although the ignorant would class anybody not English as ‘foreign’.

The third task would be to resolve the arguments - current and probable future - of Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Gibraltar and the Falklands.  In other words, are we to be Great Britain, the United Kingdom, or Little England?

Question;  why are the Brexit diehards so afraid of a new and properly conducted Referendum?  Is it because their lies prior to the first Referendum will be exposed as outright lies, e.g, the Boris-bus?  Nice to at last see the Boris being brought to task regarding his self-serving lies to the British public!

Question;  we know the EU administration is over-intrusive, but do YOU know whether they have already made several changes to address the major component of this?  Do you know whether the EU administration has adjusted their finances, mainly in the areas of payments and subsidies to reflect the wishes and the needs of the remaining member countries?