Unrelenting

Clint Eastwood did Unforgiven, we do Unrelenting, never stopping the pressure on this b**ch until she either reverses that policy or goes.

I don’t care how boring it gets – she has crossed a red line, that of betraying one’s citizens for graft and globalism and in the worst possible way – the thugs of the party have acted in a despicable manner, in English eyes, in any eyes really out there in the community – they’re not going to cover this one up, the Swamp.

You can threaten the Donald all you like – he’s a big boy and can handle himself, he can get in help, you can threaten JRM too because he has massive support, despite being establishment himself [as he says].

You do NOT threaten a woman with child, you cowardly scumbags, you do NOT abuse animals either [see Julia’s tweet]. Yes we are outraged – outraged at the utter lack of decency more than anything, at the betrayal and lies.

The only good thing is that I believe these people are going to be named and will go DOWN this time.

Coalition of allies – that is what is required. At election time maybe UKIP again, I don’t know, I’m hoping for a grand coalition of loosely allied elements [this is where proportional representation has its points].

But how does one make the indecent and unethical act decently and ethically? Hell, we’re no saints, not one of us but we are compared to this shower.

2 comments for “Unrelenting

  1. Pcar
    July 16, 2018 at 10:16 pm

    BBC Sunday Politics : May – Marr interview:

    Smith: Have Brexiteers been convinced?

    JHB: Not remotely. It was a car crash in every other respect. She didn’t answer any direct questions she avoided answering questions.

    Convinced? Not at all.

    She said some worrying things about how Brexiteers had voted with our hearts, not our heads, which is rather insulting.

    She had to be hard-headed.

    Also, the EU said these things were non-negotiable, so we had to think about it.

    I don’t want her negotiating buying a used car for me or my next work contract, or even a Mars bar. Her negotiating skill is poor. She also made it pretty clear that she thinks that a bad deal is better than no deal.

    It goes against everything she has actually set on the floor of the House. All of her major speeches. She is basically saying, if they won’t give us what we have asked for, we will have to give in to them.

    She said those words. But if you look at the other things she said, she made it really clear. They said they won’t give in on that, so we had to change what we were going to do.

    She will accept anything at all. The EU know it, everybody else knows it.

    That is why we are going to get the worst possible deal.

    Spot on Julia HB

    • July 25, 2018 at 2:40 pm

      And it’s worse today.

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