Three months later…

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A guest post by Quick Draw McGraw…

It’s three months since a majority of the voting British public told the corrupt, anti-democratic, totalitarian EU where it can stick it’s faggoty flag. Most of those in the remain camp have, albeit grudgingly in some cases, accepted that democracy has been done, and that we ARE going to be leaving the EU. Sensible people.

However, there is a fanatical hard core of euro traitors who, through their unshakeable arrogance, refuse to accept the result of the referendum. Not only that, but the likes of Farron, Ashdown, Smith Heseltine and of course, Ken Clarke, have chosen to piss all over democracy and demand a second referendum. Clarke in particular, always one whose arrogance is astounding, has dismissed the referendum as simply ‘advisory’. That’s annoying in itself, but when you take into account the fact that had remain won, Clarke would be the loudest in saying that the referendum was democracy in action and that we should all respect the result, it makes you want to take a sledgehammer to the smug, fat cunts head.

On top of that, we’ve Lords demanding that they and MP’s, most of whom are fanatically pro-EU, should be given the final vote, and I can’t help but wonder how we got into a situation where we have a majority of politicians who only respect democracy when it’s in their favour. When it goes against them, then it’s only ‘advisory’. We have allowed our political class to forget that WE are the masters and they the servants, and that needs to change.

Despite the fact I don’t trust her, May seems perfectly willing to slap down MP’s who show nothing but contempt for the democratic will of the people. In fact, I’m fairly confident that she won’t allow MP’s to overturn the result of the referendum, simply because they don’t like it.

We had a free and fair vote in which a majority of us decided that the UK’s future would be much better if we were no longer in the EU. People have the right to disagree with the result if they wish. What they DO NOT have the right to do, is stamp their feet, spit their dummies out, insult those of us who voted to leave and hold numerous infantile protests, in which a procession of knobheads storm through our cities, holding up dipshit signs that read; “We Miss EU”, “We Love EU”, “We Don’t Want To Leave EU”, “Fuck EU”. Ok I made that last one up, but you know what I mean. Once we do finally leave, it will be interesting to see how many of the cretins actually do love the EU, and fuck off to live in an EU country. I’m guessing the number will be in single figures.

The fact is, the UK IS leaving the EU. Remainers can either see it as an exciting opportunity, or they can keep sulking about something they have no control over. Either way, they need to shut the fuck up!

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5 responses to “Three months later…

  1. They can say what they like. It’s when they attempt to do anything about it that it’s a problem.

  2. I only hope that we can get out and have some effective border controls in place before it implodes into a riotous, anarchy strewn third world shit hole. I fear it may be too late for us though.

  3. 100% agree with this post, every dot and comma. Personally I would have preferred a Brexiteer such as Gove or Jacob Rees-Mogg to be be PM, but I have accepted the result of that tory party process however much I disliked the result. Being British, I’m also prepared to give May a fair crack of the whip. If she does what she says she is going to do and get us out of the hated EUSSR then fair play to her. I suspect that even she recognises that to go against the largest political mandate in British history would be political suicide.

  4. We had a ‘Free and fair vote’.
    I really don’t think so. In fact I am certain it wasn’t free or fair at all. If it had been ‘Free and fair’ the Brexit majority would have been much greater. Maybe by between 5% 15% more… The reason that Cameron fell on his sword in such a short order is (to me anyway) good evidence that he was aware of