It’s about to hit the fan

Lord T sent this earlier:

I tweeted the screenshot below and Twitter banned it instantly:

[Use Ctrl + three times or go to the link in order to embiggen.]

That, ladies and gentlemen, is where we were this morning.  At the time, I wrote in response to Pcar who’d asked: ‘Why the hell did Johnson allow Benn’s bill to receive Royal/Queen Assent yesterday?’ …

‘I believe Johnson is about to betray us, formally I mean. It would be nice to be wrong on it, to endure the mocking – not so clever after all, are you?

But I do suspect he is part of the stealth theatre. And this ushers in 2020, starting with the new B of E chief.’

This afternoon, things have moved on.  Not only was there that disgraceful behaviour in parliament but these Scottish twerps came out with this stupid judgment.  The point is not their irrelevant judgment but that N10 is even heeding it, when much legal opinion says just forget it, the SC next week is more worrying.

Then there’s Cummings telling the press that Farage and Banks are unfit people to be in any office.  Great coming from the Tories.

Bottom line is:

1. Johnson refuses to commit to No Deal

2.  He allowed this comment about coalition to go out

3.  It seems to be hitting the fan now, not Oct 31.

If we are forced onto the streets, then it really comes down to Plod and whom they support, whether they’ll act for right or not.  In that linked post, they did act for the farmers and their animals but over here, they act for the Unholy Alliance and attack that which is right to do.

We all have some soul-searching to do.


This is what Johnson is trying to get:

5 comments for “It’s about to hit the fan

  1. ivan
    September 11, 2019 at 16:18

    We need the whole lot of them throwing out of parliament and banned from ever returning in any capacity, something like Cromwell. We also need to drastically cut the number of top ‘civil servants’ and departments. That way the country could go forward rather than the backward direction of now.

    • September 11, 2019 at 17:01

      Absolutely. Now, how do we go about it?

    • Luther Burgsvik
      September 11, 2019 at 19:33

      Instead of a Cromwell type figure who heads an already centralised power structure (which I think we can agree is a bad thing given the current culture of the bureaucrats who would likely occupy the seats of power) wouldn’t a decentralised, democratic system work better? Where anyone in power is elected, and the whole structure is based on proportional representation.

      Basically decentralise rather than centralise, seeing as that’s what got us in this situation in the first place, a culture of more centralisation and administration.

  2. Mark Matis
    September 11, 2019 at 17:57

    I would only note yet again that “One Shot Paddy” could take care of the Plods appropriately and quickly once they again show their true colors.

    Where is Guy Fawkes when the UK so clearly needs him???

  3. Bill
    September 12, 2019 at 16:23

    Plods swear an oath to protect the Queen. Never forget that. They do not serve two masters.

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