Couldn’t be much clearer, could it?

Who was the one “other”? They don’t say – was it UKIP or Tommy? I’ve seen the spin the left, CINOs and Them are putting on it and still they are not learning. Does it take Candace Owens in the States to get it right?

Brexit is just part of it – the other part is the elephant in the room – the mass influx of migrants and of a particular type too. And still anyone pointing this out is labelled far right. Idiots.

Which part of ‘want to live our lives in peace with our own people, friends with people of other nations, not overrun by them’ – do the wrongdoers not understand?

Meanwhile, across the pond, it is NOT the time of MLK, it is Memorial Day for men and women in uniform!

7 comments for “Couldn’t be much clearer, could it?

  1. Distant Relative
    May 27, 2019 at 09:01

    The “1 other” is Plaid Cymru – Jill Evans. So saith the Daily Fail.

    Long may the #GreatAwakening continue. 🙂

  2. dearieme
    May 27, 2019 at 12:23

    Do you happen to know the turnout numbers vs the Referendum turnouts?

    I guessed beforehand that many Leavers wold simply not vote at all. A bloke at Worstall’s says that the turnout was more heavily down in Leave areas than Remain areas, so my guess may have hit the spot.

    P.S. I see that with only the Outer Isles to report, Labour seems to have lost all its seats in Scotland. Ha, ha, ha.

    • May 27, 2019 at 14:24

      Right on all counts on my reading too. It was a sweet result then.

  3. May 28, 2019 at 03:41

    The Brexit Party’s reasonably good performance has to be balanced against huge gains by the LibDems and the Greens.

    The unfortunate thing is that nationalist parties just cannot win decisive electoral victories. Farage’s party won about 30% of the vote. There’s nothing decisive or clear-cut about that. Between them the LibDems and Greens got about the same vote share as Brexit Party and UKIP.

    In fact the result will undoubtedly fuel calls for a second referendum.

    • May 28, 2019 at 05:55

      Reasonably? They killed the opposition, the latter steeped in that river in Egypt.

      • May 28, 2019 at 12:06

        Reasonably? They killed the opposition, the latter steeped in that river in Egypt.

        If there really was a massive groundswell of popular sentiment for Brexit it’s odd that they only got 30% of the vote. This was a one-issue election, and people could vote for anyone they chose to because the European Parliament is a joke. So 30% seems pretty disappointing.

        My understanding is that the combined vote of the hardline Remain parties was slightly greater than the combined vote of the hardline Brexit parties.

        So I stand by my view that it was at best an inconclusive result, and that it will fuel the push for a second referendum. Which now seems very very likely.

        I’d be interested to know what the turnout was. One source quoted 37%, with is incredibly low. So again, if that massive groundswell of popular sentiment for Brexit was there it’s strange that so few people even bothered to vote.

  4. May 28, 2019 at 14:13

    Your understanding, as ever, is wrong. I’m not going through it all again today, the debunking of the Remoaner left is done. However, being downunder, slack can be cut.

    LBC’s Ian Dale today:

    Can I just point out some facts to those who seem to think the LibDems won?

    * The Brexit Party came top in 9 of 12 regions
    * It got the most votes – 32%.
    * It got the most seats – 29.
    * It came top in 90% of council areas in Eng/Wales

    What part of that don’t some people get?


    There’s an end of the Soubry insanity.

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