We Reject the Decision to Deny us a Referendum on the EU
Q. What is the difference between Denmark, France, Ireland and the United Kingdom?
A. The politicians in Denmark, France and Ireland rejected the votes of the people on matters concerning the European Union and the people of the United Kingdom are rejecting the votes of the politicians on Monday night.
The mainstream media gives the impression that there were 111 ‘rebels’ who voted for a referendum. I say that there were 483 who rebelled against the British people by denying us a vote.
I could write about how the richest countries in Europe are outside the EU or the damage that EU regulations cause British industry or the dangers in losing our sovereignty or a hundred other issues, but frankly, it would be a waste of time because it has all been said already and politicians just won’t listen.
I think some MPs are traitors, while others are far too naive for the positions they hold. The only solution that I can think of is to start trials to determine which ones are the traitors and remove them and deal with them in an appropriate fashion and send the naive ones onto pastures new where their ignorance of economics and history can no longer threaten the rest of us.
MPs really must learn who it is they work for.
[Picture by Max Tasker]