Freedom for Christmas

Britain will go to the polls on 12 December. There have been few sadder spectacles in modern times than John Bull in orange overalls.

“This House cannot any longer keep this country hostage,” Mr Johnson said.

That’s a brilliant and very accurate description of what Remainer extremists have done to democracy.

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25 Responses to Freedom for Christmas

  1. stackja

    UK voters can decide what happens next. Brexit or something else.
    Parliament will have no further excuses.

  2. mh

    Brexit cannot happen now until 2020, I’m reading.

  3. RobK

    Parliament has been making an unashamed ass of itself in such a way that is annoying even those who normally turn a blind eye. We live in interesting times.

  4. Slim Cognito

    Lets hope the voters turn out in numbers to punish the treasonous Pr!cks.

  5. Tom

    December 12 will see a massive clean out of parliamentarians who openly loathe the people they represent. Between now and then, ordinary Britons will have to endure an Olympic bullshitting competition from Britain’s anti-democratic ruling class, for whom 90% of the news media are slavish whores.

    The only good thing you can say about Britain is that it’s not as bad as America, where the anti-democratic ruling class is still trying to overturn the result of the 2016 presidential election.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle

    Quite extraordinary that BoJo got the Labour turkeys to vote for Christmas.

    About the only thing that could’ve done so is their correct realization that not doing so would be a vote for their own party’s extinction.

  7. Rococo Liberal

    Hallo, hooray, what a nice day for the Eton rifles, Eton rifles!!

  8. Andre Lewis

    A least a small win for Boris but he faces the major problem of how to cope with the Brexit Party. If they stand against all or most of the current Tory seats they will split the conservative vote and only empower Labor. Farage has reportedly offered Boris a deal of not running against his faithful members but just the remainer rump in his party. Boris says no deal. Best case scenario is then a minor group of new Brexit party MPs that the Tories will need to enter into a coalition with to hold power and that never works out well long term. Worst case scenario is, of course, rampant communism under Corbyn which must surely be unthinkable to any British voter with more that two brain cells.

  9. Rococo Liberal

    Corbyn’s chances are very slim. He has got a real problem in that he can’t bring in his revolutionary policy unless there is a no deal brexit.

  10. If johnson had any -guts. Which he doesnt he would appoint Farage as UK representative to the EU Farage has been there for years and he would put the wreckers ball in the place ,it would also show the odium for the EU in Britain .
    This “deal” is a save the Tory Party move any , resemblance to Brexit is coincidental .
    . The UK will still be tied to the unelected swill in Brussels by this crap treaty . I cannot understand this crawling to the arrogant swill ,tell the to get rooted and put hundreds of thousands of Germans out of work talk to Trump and the old commonwealth they will soon make up for the EU losses .
    One regret leaving the EU will deprive the British of marxist cultimulturism its Britains loss isnt it ? .

  11. Rococo ,he does try to look like Lenin though ,dont you think ? That will get him heaps of votes . I bet the prick us flattered if mugs tell him that,he would just glow ,make his day .

  12. Rohan

    Slim Cognito
    #3197404, posted on October 30, 2019 at 10:39 am
    Lets hope the voters turn out in numbers to punish the treasonous Pr!cks.

    I think that’s on the cards. With a bit of luck, it should be the end of Corbyn too.

  13. December election…that will be fun since the UK will probably be under several feet of snow and suffering freezing temperatures.
    If Boris is serious about Brexit he will need to deal with Farage, as in do a deal.
    It is being considered, apparently.

  14. Percy Popinjay

    Worst case scenario is, of course, rampant communism under Corbyn which must surely be unthinkable to any British voter with more that two brain cells.

    The vile of piece of collectivist filth, is of course, in favour of Brexit and wouldn’t be able to enact “rampant communism” without the UK leaving the EU.

  15. Mother Lode

    Only yesterday we were being told that BoJo had been utterly humiliated in his attempt to get an election.

  16. Mother Lode

    Freedom for Christmas

    That is just the main fare – you are missing the trimmings: The wailing and gnashing of teeth of the Remoaners.

  17. Percy Popinjay

    Only yesterday we were being told that BoJo had been utterly humiliated in his attempt to get an election

    An austere religious scholar, he ain’t.

  18. Mother Lode

    Slim Cognito
    #3197404, posted on October 30, 2019 at 10:39 am
    Lets hope the voters turn out in numbers to punish the treasonous Pricks.

    Yup. Corbyn signalled his appreciation of the the size of the pro-Brexit cohort precisely by his wish to avoid the election.

    The socialist program will be harder to implement in the UK outside of Europe – membership in the socialistic EU significantly nobbled any authority of non-socialist Britons while amplifying the power of socialist ones. Besides which there were a whole raft of socialist policies were imposed on the Brits without them even being able to debate it at all.

    Now Corbyn faces the far more arduous task of imposing his soul-crushing agenda without the rest of Europe at his back.

  19. duncanm

    I can’t say I’m up to speed on the shenanigans in UK politics, but is saving the Tory party a priority for BJ ?

    Maybe he’s willing to crash out to ensure brexit.

  20. Percy Popinjay

    I can’t say I’m up to speed on the shenanigans in UK politics

    Then you need to read this piece. Loved the reference to “the People’s Front of Judea”.

  21. Graham

    Boris has his election thankfully, but is at the mercy of the strange results that ‘first past the post’ voting can throw up. A big Tory majority is by no means assured particularly if the Brexit Party plays a spoiling role by splitting the vote in Conservative held seats.

  22. Dr Fred Lenin

    Johnson is an elitist aparatchik ,he doesnt give a damn about Brexit ,it was just a stick to best commo corbyn and the stupid decromats . I doubt if he will make a deal with Farage , these establishment clowns would rsther die in a ditch that allow the lower classes a say ,the sort of idiots who would cut off their nose to spite their faces . His deal is shit ,the Eurofascists dictated it to him and he jumps to carry out their orders ,the only way to deal with the Eurofascists is to tell them to piss off .
    The Scot nats amuse me “we demand independence from the elected government in Westminster to hand our country over to the unelected foreigners in Brussels “.
    The Ulster loyalists are angry that johnson wants to hand them over to the Eurofascists so they can be taken over by the indian poofterPM of Eire ,nice one johnson !
    Looks like that soros bastard has boight a lot of these maggots like he did with the EU “parliament “.

  23. Indolent

    If Boris campaigns on his “deal” then its Brexit in name only, even if he wins. He would then ram it through and Britain would be tied to the EU for years, if not forever.

    The Brexit Party wants a clean break and, if pushed, could campaign on the details of Boris’ appalling “deal”.

    We will see.

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