Great Britain to hold election: Effectively a second Brexit referendum


I had been hoping that Boris Johnson and Queen Elizabeth would personally lead a long column of tanks, ahead of hundreds of thousands of ordinary native Britons, to the steps of the British Parliament to try and execute the majority of both houses for treason.

I reckon it would have looked something like this:

But this will do I guess:

From the Australian:

Britain will go to the polls on December 12 after MPs voted overwhelmingly to hold the election in the second week of December – the first Christmas Advent election in 96 years – to try and break the Brexit impasse.

MPs finally passed the bill on Boris Johnson’s fourth time of trying 438 to 20, a majority of 418.

The vote means parliament will dissolve next Wednesday, November 6 with the Commons sitting on Monday and Tuesday, Leader of the House Jacob Rees Mogg announced…

The minority Tory government is currently ahead in various polls by 12 to 16 points – with voters currently buoyed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s determination to try and get Brexit done. His strategy is to push a people versus parliament line with a message to move on past Brexit to deliver on other issues confronting the country such as a knife crime epidemic, and the National Health Service funding crisis.

Kudos to Boris, as an election was the only way to break the impasse on Brexit. The way to deal with these people is to repeat your demand again and again until you get it, one way or another. Any deal reached with the EU would have been blocked by the current parliament, and any deal passed through parliament would have been blocked by the EU. That is because neither the EU nor the majority of British parliamentarians want Great Britain to leave the EU and the whole point of this disgusting charade has been to cow the British people into giving up, rolling over and accepting their demographic replacement.

The binary choice presented to the public between a No Deal Brexit (bad) vs a With Deal Brexit (ok) is completely fake. When Britain leaves the EU and the rest of Europe sees that it is doing absolutely fine, the European Union will quickly fall apart. There is simply no need to make a deal with an organisation which will collapse when you leave it. The real choice is between Britain staying in the Union of European Soviet Socialist Republics and Europe being a community of unique and sovereign nations. Obviously the establishment in both Great Britain and the EU must prevent this truth disrupting the official narrative, thus the kabuki theatre continues.

Another great lie in this theatre has been the push for a second referendum by the Remoaners. The fact that they have until now resisted an election, which in the current climate is effectively a second referendum on Brexit, demonstrates that this was always a red herring. Importantly, the Brexit referendum revealled the will of the people to leave the EU while the political establishment committed to staying in the EU was still in place and could thus prevent Brexit. The potential advantage of this upcoming election/referendum is that now, with the mendacity of the British political establishment fully revealed, the British have the chance to sweep it away as well.

The fact that the majority of British MP’s don’t actually represent the majority of the British people has been noted, but as usual the wrong conclusion has been reached:

One of the most experienced and highly regarded political analysts, Sir John Curtice from University of Strathclyde told London radio the safest prediction is that there will be a record number of MPs – possibly more than 100 – coming from outside the Conservative or Labour parties in the next parliament.

“The Scottish National Party look set to win the vast majority of seats in Scotland. The Liberal Democrats, given their position in the polls, should do extremely well. We expect Caroline Lucas and the Green Party to hang on to her seat,’’ Sir John said.

“We could have more than 100 MPs that do not belong to either of the other two parties,’’ he said.

Sir John added that the breakup of the two party system will make it difficult for either Conservative party or Labour to win an overall majority if 100 seats are already spoken for.

He said: “It matters because this is an asymmetric election. It’s an election that Boris Johnson has to win. If he does not get a majority or something very close to it, he will not be able to stay in government because the Conservatives do not have any friends elsewhere.

Expect a surge in support for both Boris’ Tories who are pro-Brexit and Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party. This will be The People vs Conservative Inc.

It will also be a vote on Real Communism:

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he would now launch the most ambitious and radical campaign for real change that the country has ever seen.

“This election is a once-in-a-generation chance to transform our country and take on the vested interests holding people back,’’ he said in a statement.

“The choice at this election could not be clearer: A Labour government will be on your side, while Boris Johnson’s Conservatives, who think they’re born to rule, will only look after the privileged few.

“We will now launch the most ambitious and radical campaign for real change that our country has ever seen. This is our chance to build a country for the many not the few and fit for the next generation. We will now launch the most ambitious campaign for change that we will ever seen”…

Labour will push a far left economic agenda, a four day working week, getting rid of universal credit and nationalisation of housing, transport and public utilities. Labour also wants to rid the country of private schools, such as Eton and claw back their land and investments.

The choice for Great Britain really is stark. Freedom, prosperity and the existence of the British people, vs starvation and white genocide.