“I could tear this place (Parliament) down and bulldoze it into the river! These fools and knaves (MPs) are voting on things they don’t even understand…. I wouldn’t vote for Theresa May’s deal if they put a shotgun in my mouth.” — MP Mark Francois, hardline Tory Brexiteer
by Lasha Darkmoon
The Daily Mail is not responsible for the pictures, captions and title of this tightly condensed article. For this I accept full responsibility. This is my edited abridgement of two separate articles by Richard Littlejohn in the Daily Mail: the first published on 15 March and the second two days ago when the full impact of the Brexit betrayal of the British people by their Prime Minister had become more sickeningly clear.
The headlines in this morning’s newspapers say it all.
Today is March 29, 2019, the day we were meant to leave the EU for good. We haven’t. We’re still stuck in the EU and likely to be stuck in it forever, if our anti-democratic MPs have their way. “ONE LAST CHANCE!” the Daily Mailcries. “DARKEST HOUR FOR DEMOCRACY!” the Daily Express screams.“THE DAY OF RECKONING,” the Daily Telegraph howls.
The word “BETRAYAL” is heard everywhere, with the finger of blame pointed in one direction: at Prime Minister Theresa May. Reporter Allison Pearson writes in the Telegraph Commentary:
From the moment Mrs May entered No 10, Brexit was in trouble. What May meant to be a great crossroads in the story of the United Kingdom has turned into a seven-circle roundabout of Hell. No champagne toast tonight. No three cheers for democracy. Not even half a cheer. Brexit, you were betrayed.” — The Daily Telegraph, front page, 29 March 2019
These two articles by veteran Daily Mail columnist Littlejohn are the most eloquent and outspoken articles the reader is likely to come across anywhere in the mainstream press concerning the treachery and duplicity of this walking catastrophe on designer heels known as Theresa May. I am as astonished, as I am delighted, to learn that the Daily Mail, a staunch supporter of Mrs May, had the courage to publish this incendiary denunciation of the Prime Minister and her Brexit shenanigans. It will give solace to the 17.4 million people who voted for Brexit over two years ago and were betrayed by the most duplicitous prime minister in British history, bar one, Tony Blair. At least Mother Theresa, to her credit, wasn’t a war criminal. She was just a cunning and consummate liar, a devious trickster, who was determined to wreck Brexit while pretending to deliver it.
Emotions run high in Britain today, with the word “Brexit” on everyone’s lips. The country is indeed in a ferment, with many talking about revolution in pubs and on public transport, as the impotent masses tend to do when they are mad angry and would like to disembowel every MP in sight. I have even heard the word “guillotine” dropped into the conversation in connection with members of Parliament, certainly the most spineless and contemptible bunch of incompetents ever to attain office in this country: mercenary, two-faced, opportunistic, anti-democratic, backstabbing, treacherous, and, quite frankly, unfit to run a public lavatory let alone a country.
Two of the most ardent Brexiters, the raffish Boris Johnson and Etonian toff Jacob Rees-Mogg, have recently lost the respect of their fans when both did a sudden last minute volte-face by backing the Prime Minister’s fake Brexit deal, even though both are on record as saying it was an appalling deal and that it constituted a betrayal of the 17.4 million people who had voted for Brexit over 1000 days ago. Boris Johnson had called Mrs May’s deal a “suicide vest”, yet here he was voting for it at the eleventh hour. How can you respect a man who votes for a suicide vest? And to think this engaging scoundrel could soon have his feet up on the dinner table at 10 Downing Street. As for the impeccable Mr Rees-Mogg, once seen as the nation’s Sir Galahad and rescuer from darkness, he has been accused of “sucking up” to Mrs May by suddenly voting for her pathetic deal after just telling us how pathetic it was. Not all battles, it seems, are won on the playing fields of Eton — not any more.'
Read more: Burn, Witch, Burn! — Theresa May Denounced as Liar and Traitor for Brexit Betrayal