Lies, lies and even more lies

This morning shortly after the confidence vote was announced, I received a pile of steaming bullshit letter from the Chairman of the Conservative Party containing Treason May’s statement about how she was doing a sterling job delivering on the Referendum mandate and pledging to fight on with every fibre of her being.

After throwing up reading this, it struck me just how much May really, really doesn’t get it…

Apparently she thinks that she is “Always serving the national interest“. Well that’s the first lie because selling us down the river to the EU is very definitely not in the national interest.

Lie number two : She thinks she is “securing a Brexit deal that delivers on the result of the EU referendum” Surely to God she can’t actually believe that his crock of a deal is delivering Brexit? She’s either lying or deluded!

Number three : “Taking back control of our borders, laws and money” – well by tying us to the Customs Union through the backstop she must know she is doing no such thing?

Four : “A change of leadership in the Conservative Party now will put our country’s future at risk” Why? The person putting it most at risk is herself with her stubborn determination to keep us tied to the EU and prevent us going out into the world.

Five : “We must – and we shall – deliver on the referendum vote” Lies, lies, lies! What we have been presented with does no such thing. 17 million people out there – and probably more – agree with me on this one. This deal definitely does NOT deliver on the referendum. Remember that no deal is better than a bad deal does not mean it is better to have a bad deal than no deal.

I could go on and on – and probably will – but her penultimate paragraph says it all really : “We must – and we shall – deliver on the referendum vote” Must – yes; shall – not with you at the helm!

And then there’s her last desperate attempt to remain in her bunker moving her fictitious armies around the map : Let me stay on and I’ll resign before the next election. FFS how desperate do you have to be?!? If she had a shred of honour she’d resign now and spare herself the ignominy of the confidence vote. Daft bitch!

I really and sincerely hope that this woman’s political career is consigned to the dustbin of history at 10pm this evening. It’s where it belongs…


Deal – or No Deal?

Three days in and still no further forward.

The Daily Mail has changed sides with its new editor in place and is now spewing out the latest Project Hysteria crap – including a pro-forma letter to your MP urging him/her to support the sell out deal. Number 10 has sent a card to constituency parties to be given to all members of the party to send to their MP to urge them to support the capitulation. Both of these moves are reprehensible. Geobels would be proud…

So now the bastards in Parliaments MPs are having a day off. The Prime Monster has sent ministers all over the country to bully the locals put the case to the people so they can pressure their MP to support the deal. They seem to have lost sight of the fact that most people voted Leave and that MPs have already made their minds up that no deal really is better than a bad deal. This is a very very bad deal indeed and just because it is the only one on offer, it doesn’t mean we should sign up to it.

So what of the backstop? Well, May says she’ll give MPs a choice on whether it ever comes into play. This is patent nonsense as it would require a rewording of the WA which the EU have already said they won’t do. So what else can we try?

Well, the choice is now offered to either enter the backstop – locking us into the EU in perpetuity – or to extend the transition period until a solution is agreed. The EU will therefore have no incentive to find a solution, the transition will be extended and extended and guess what? We will be locked into the EU in perpetuity. This, of course, is the treasonous plan all along.

I read an article yesterday written by a Remainer. He actually said that he accepted the referendum result – how grown up is that? – but then went on to say that if there is a betrayal of Brexit there could actually be a civil war in this country. A bit over the top perhaps, but I can see widespread civil unrest that will make the Poll Tax look like a picnic in the park.

And talking of parks, there are two conflicting marches starting at more or less the same in Park Lane on Sunday. One for a Peoples’ Vote (thought we already had one?) and the other rather appropriately called “Stop the Treason”. It’s going to kick off, isn’t it?

And which ever side starts the punch up, I can see the headline in the MSM on Monday right now – “Brexiteer thugs turn on innocent marchers peacefully expressing their democratic rights”

The sooner Tuesday comes around and we get rid of this treacherous, bullying arrogant, deaf Prime Minister the better…

The 12 days of Brexit

It’s Christmas! It’s Brexit! It’s meaningful – so let’s all sing along…

On the twelvth day of Brexit the PM gave to me…
12 resignations
11 market crashes
10 turncoat traitors
9 planes a crashing
8 miles of tailbacks
7 thousand jobs lost
6 percent interest
5 hundred pages
4 house price crashes
3 fishing scuppered
2 backstop plans
and the start of world war three

Couldn’t fit in all of it because Project Hysteria is so big there’s more that 12 verses…

Lies, lies and more lies…

“NO DEAL IS BETTER THAN A BAD DEAL” – remind me who said that. It seems to have been forgotten.

Yesterday, as a member of the Conservative Party – I received a ‘personalised’ letter from the Prime Minister as part of her ‘charm offensive’. I find it ironic that someone so devoid of charm could even contemplate using such an expression. However, the ‘offensive’ bit was spot on. Whoever wrote that letter for her clearly believes that I am pig ignorant fucking stupid!

Let’s dissect it one point at a time :

We will control our own borders and end free movement once and for all
No we bloody well won’t because we’ll be locked into the customs union by the ridiculous backstop that we can never escape from. The customs union includes free movement.

We will protect jobs with a deal that is good for our economy
Not while we have free movement – see above.

We will no longer send vast sums of money to the EU so we can spend more on our priorities, like investing in our long-term plan for the NHS
Yes we will. We will pay them £39billion for nothing and a further £10billion a year while we remain in the customs union.

We will be able to strike free trade deals around the world
No we won’t because we can’t while we’re in the customs union.

We will take back control of our laws, ending the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the UK
Partly true. The withdrawal agreement states that the ECJ will have jurisdiction in matters that effect EU citizens.

We will keep people safe against crime, terrorism and other threats by working closely with European countries
We provide more security information to the EU than the other way around. They’d be fools to throw that away and both sides know it. This is designed to make us feel warm and safe. It’s waffle and bullshit. And while we have free movement the terrorists can still come and go as they please.

And we will protect the integrity of our United Kingdom
How? Oh yes – by remaining in the backstop, Ulster will stay in the UK when they weren’t planning to leave anyway. Nobody wants a hard border in Ireland so the answer is simple. Don’t put one up.

And now the biggest lie of all : “Backing this deal … will honour the referendum result
No it fucking well doesn’t. It’s the worst capitulation since Chamberlain came back from Germany with that piece of paper. It’s the biggest national humiliation since Suez. It’s a deal written by the EU and ‘negotiated’ presidential style by a quisling. It’s a punishment deal.

The only thing in this letter that is believable is that it’s the best deal we’re going to get. The trouble is that being the best deal doesn’t make it a good deal. It’s a very very bad deal indeed.

Let’s get an email campaign going. Write to your MP. Write to the PM. Likely they’ll both ignore it but at least you’ll have done something and it might make you feel better. However, if the PM can ignore 17.5 million voters, the House of Common and her own Cabinet, ignoring a few thousand emails should be easy. But then again why roll over and make it easy for her. That’s her style, not mine!

You can email the PM at and
She won’t answer you if you’re not in her Maidenhead constituency, but it should piss off her local office.

To send a message to Number 10, you need to use

Make your feelings known. It’s time to get angry…

The Christmas song 2018!

So here it is – the one you’ve all been waiting for! It’s the Dioclese Christmas song. The traditional offering from myself and my good friend Chas C. When it hits Spotify give it a few plays over there. The poor sod needs the money…

As it’s 100 years since the WW1 Armistice, this seemed appropriate. Let me add however that I mean no disrespect for all those poor sods who gave their lives for the freedoms we have today. Freedoms that, regrettably, seem to be getting eroded daily in the modern day UK.

So this year, let’s have a laugh but at the same time spare a moment to reflect on the tragedy of war and all those caught up in it. Just because there’s nobody left alive now who served all those years ago, that’s no reason to forget them. Spare them all a thought this Christmas and as Band Aid put it “Thank God it isn’t you”…