9th July 2018
May "Crosses the Rubicon"
Following the ambush at Chequers on the 6th July 2018 when Theresa May outnumbered "Leave" supporters by some 20 to 7 and threatened to replace experienced Ministers with newly appointed "turd polishers" * from the Commons to bring about her latest sell-out version of the UK to the EU - should the EU Referendum backing Ministers show any loyalty to Britain or the British people's majority decision to Leave the control of a Foreign organisation (EU)
The manner of her showdown - "Strong and Stable" - threatening and "bullying" our duly elected British politicians on behalf of the EU is in marked contrast with her demeaning conciliatory behaviour when dealing with those in the EU during the protracted faux negotiations over the past two years - all designed to keep Britain in the EU and hope that the British people are too stupid to notice.
It was also in stark contrast with her behaviour during the 2017 General Election when she "affected" her "Weak and Wobbly" persona - a consummate performance - after she was told by "Juncker" that she needed a larger majority (than the 17 at the time) for the EU negotiations to be successful and that she should call a General Election - which she duly did (following a walking holiday in Wales - anyone know where Merkel was at the time?).
Theresa May could not have conducted a worst General Election campaign if her plan was to lose to the Labour Party and pass the "buck" of negotiation on to them, remove her majority or precipitate the fall of the Conservative government. Her meeting with Merkel just prior to the Chequers' ambush leads to the strong suspicion that the format and content of the UK capitulation document to the EU had been agreed, probably dictated by Merkel - hence the change of personality from "Weak and Wobbly" to camp commandant at EU Stalag Chequers.
Those original pretend EU negotiations began in the right spirit with the "Lancaster House Speech", but quickly deteriorated as she brought more Remain supporting Civil Servants as Special Advisors - politically enabled between 1997-2018; several attempts at presenting various rewritten versions; beginning with the "Florence Speech" showed the direction of travel and the true intentions of the May's Remain cabal in Downing Street.
Refined versions - including the "Third Way" - made famous by Blair (New Labour) / Clinton (New Democrats) / Schröder (Die Neue Mitte) in their attempts to pretend that the political Left were really Conservatives (at least to get into power) - but still as red as "Watermelons" on the inside in terms of their policies and "behind-the-scenes-activities"
The "Third Way" is a byword for subversion and deception since Blair removed Clause IV from the Labour Party written Constitution, which reads:
"To secure for the workers by hand or by brain the full fruits of their industry and the most equitable distribution thereof that may be possible upon the basis of the common ownership of the means of production, distribution, and exchange, and the best obtainable system of popular administration and control of each industry or service."
The reason it was removed was to make the Labour Party seem less Communist, and therefore more electable - but the Labour Party did not change its "spots" it simply covered the spots with Camouflage paint so that it could operate through subterfuge - the Labour Party (1997-2010) did more damage to Britain than Germany did (1939-1945) - all in favour of the EU, and May is trying to inflict terminal decline on the UK.
The bottom line is that what May is offering to the EU is precisely what the Merkel has instructed May to offer - and the EU will push for more until it completely gets its own way - we are being sold out by our very own elected Representatives - the EU and the UK Parliament are working together for the interests of the EU - not the interests of the UK.
What May is doing is trying to help the EU to achieve what the main architect of the EEC(EU) - Jean Monnet - had proposed in 1952 and what our politicians have been doing since 1973: Quote:"Europe's nations should be led towards a superstate, without their people understanding what is happening."Jean Monnet, 30 April 1952 - and May is continuing the project in the same manner - trying to fool the British population into believing that the UK will leave the EU; whilst doing everything she can to prevent it happening.
This Chequers' deal is likely to become the UK offer that will probably become the "de facto" option for the planned new EU Referendum which is being manipulated to take place before the end of March 2019 - with the expectation that the other option will be to revoke "Article 50".
* "turd" was the name allegedly given by Boris Johnson to the deal that Theresa May was trying to get agreed in the Cabinet for the future relationship between the UK and the EU.
Congratulations to David Davis
Congratulations to David Davis, the one MP who deserves the title "Honourable" he is surely in a very small minority of our elected Representatives - he rightly took action and resigned on principle in order to warn us all of the fact that we are being duped by our Prime Minister, Politicians, Peers, Judiciary and Civil Service - the ones who are supposed to be neutral - and certainly should not be acting "ultra vires", directed by Blair on behalf of a Foreign organisation.
Without doubt Davis would have been the one carrying the can for such an appalling attempt to betray the British people - not just because of the EU Referendum result - but because of the dreadful terms of the Lisbon Treaty (2007) to which we must not ever become subject - and leaving is the only way to prevent that happening.
Shame on the other so-called "Brexiteers" have now seem to have entered into a "Faustian Pact" with the EU.
David Davis was sidelined by May and replaced by special advisers and the Civil Service - "all marinated in the ideology of ever closer union for the past 45 years" in order to bring about a "Remain" Brexit to satisfy the majority in the Houses of Charlatans.
Mr Davis's Resignation Letter
“Dear Prime Minister
“As you know there have been a significant number of occasions in the last year or so on which I have disagreed with the Number 10 policy line, ranging from accepting the Commission’s sequencing of negotiations through to the language on Northern Ireland in the December Joint Report.
“At each stage I have accepted collective responsibility because it is part of my task to find workable compromises, and because I considered it was still possible to deliver on the mandate of the referendum, and on our manifesto commitment to leave the Customs Union and the Single Market.
“I am afraid that I think the current trend of policy and tactics is making that look less and less likely.
“Whether it is the progressive dilution of what I thought was a firm Chequers agreement In February on right to diverge, or the unnecessary delays of the start of the White Paper, or the presentation of a backstop proposal that omitted the strict conditions that I requested and believed that we had agreed, the general direction of policy will leave us in at best a weak negotiating position, and possibly an inescapable one.
“The Cabinet decision on Friday crystallised this problem. In my view the inevitable consequence of the proposed policies will be to make the supposed control by Parliament illusory rather than real.
“As I said at Cabinet, the “common rule book” policy hands control of large swathes of our economy to the EU and is certainly not returning control of our laws in any real sense.
“I am also unpersuaded that our negotiating approach will not just lead to further demands for concessions.
“Of course this is a complex area of judgement and it is possible that you are right and I am wrong.
“However, even in that event it seems to me that the national interest requires a Secretary of State in my Department that is an enthusiastic believer in your approach, and not merely a reluctant conscript.
“While I have been grateful to you for the opportunity to serve, it is with great regret that I tender my resignation from the Cabinet with immediate effect."
For an analysis of the Chequers' UK Capitulation document to the EU (Germany) see "Chequers Conclusion" by Martin Howe QC from Lawyers for Britain below - based upon the available information - the government's "White Paper" on Britain's (practically) unconditional surrender to the EU is expected to be published on Thursday 12th July 2018 - a victory for those who hate England and the English.
Congratulations to Boris Johnson for resigning from May's Cabinet - now is the time to take the fight to the establishment and Boris can expose the establishment deception related to "Brexit".
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