ITS TIME TO STAND UP FOR DEMOCRACY AND THE 17.4m WHO VOTED TO LEAVE.
Last night in parliament not only did 328 MPs seize power from Boris Johnson’s government which included Twenty-one from his own party, but they also seized power from the 17.4 million people who voted to leave the EU!
The Twenty one charlatan Conservative MPs were sacked minutes after siding with Labour to seize control of Parliament’s agenda from 3 pm tomorrow enabling them to push through the Benn Bill and prevent the UK from leaving the EU without a deal on 31 October (unless parliament consents, which it won’t) and requesting yet another extension to the Article 50 process.
Johnson branded the move
“Corbyn’s surrender bill”,
and insisted it would rip up his negotiating bid to win a better deal from Brussels.
Refusing point blank to accept the new delay, he thundered:
“It means running up the white flag”.
But we all know this isn’t about stopping a no-deal brexit, this is about stopping brexit altogether!
You just had to listen to the far-left rent a mob outside parliament, led by a group called ‘The People’s Assembly’
all singing “Stop the Borris coup and Brexit”!
‘The people’s assembly’ whose logo is red black and green and the main picture on their website; http://www.thepeoplesassembly.org.uk is two people wearing a chequered black and white scarf which in other words is the Palestinian keffiyeh which is a symbol of Palestinian nationalism,
What the hell have they got to do with brexit!
They were joined by Stand up to racism another political pawn for the Labour party who have called Boris a racist just so they can add their weight to the far- left Labour cause and calling for a general election, we’ll it seems like now they may just get there wish, although it must be said I’m not sure Corbyn really wants one?
But one thing we can be sure of is, anyone who has any sort of minerals and stands up for democracy and not this bullshit democracy the pro-EU middle-class champagne socialists have been crying out all week about, will turn up to parliament this Saturday 7th September at noon to make their voices heard and feelings known!