Sometimes you don't need words. Just listen to what they are saying. Over a year since the vote. Still haven't moved on, still repeating the same mantras and defunct stereotypes. Their ideological love for the EU forces increasingly complex mental gymnastics. Don't take my word for it, take theirs. Warning: Tin foil hats necessary: https://twitter.com/proud_remoaner/status/931843438668066816 … Continue reading Remainers-In Their Own Words
The Industrial revolution The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes in the period from about 1760 to sometime between 1820 and 1840. This transition included going from hand production methods to machines, new chemical manufacturing and iron production processes, improved efficiency of water power, the increasing use of steam power, the development … Continue reading Corbyn’s Labour-The New Luddites
"Good morning ladies and gentlemen. There are only two genders, after all. The greatest challenge facing the UK today is Brexit. Get it right, and we can unleash the wellsprings of national genius, and thrive economically outside the EU for generations to come. Get it wrong, and we will remain shackled to the EU, its … Continue reading What Theresa May Should Say
Remember, remember, The 22nd of September, Brexit, treason and plot, I see no reason, Why Tory Brexit treason, Should ever be forgot. So, May went full retard in Florence. Everything we were worried about. An extended transition period, maybe without end. Sucking up to the E.U. Throwing away the defence and security bargaining chips. Looking … Continue reading Brexiteers, Do Not Panic!
I want to say thank you to Jean-Claude Juncker. Seriously. Yesterday he gave the greatest pro-Brexit speech ever, in his state of the EU address. Every point was a gem. Nothing I could say or do would have been better at convincing people that Brexit was the best way forward. This speech will certainly go … Continue reading You Absolute Juncker!
So the #PeopelsMarchForEU took place on the weekend. It should have been renamed the March of the Retards. Such was the idiocy on display. Claims were made that there was 50,000 there. This is highly dubious, but even if true it is still nowhere near the 17.4 million people that voted to leave. Some geniuses … Continue reading March of the Retards
We will continue to compare the parallels that exist between ancient Rome and the E.U., and what they can teach us. In part 1 we examined the role of the leaders, decadence, invasion and immigration, and factors beyond control. We now finish by looking at Brexit, the economy, tensions between east and west, and if … Continue reading The Decline and Fall of the E.U. Empire Part 2