Brexit Kayfabe III – The Final Tenderising

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As I’ve said elsewhere, I believe we are witnessing a sting against the British people.

Except Newman and Redford have been replaced by Treason May and Michael Barnier.

And the final tenderising is underway.

There are three groups that seem to be participating in the deception – they’ve been playing the long con now for quite some time. The three groups are as follows:

Remainers A
Remainers B
The EU

Here’s what they are doing, and why.

Remainers A are the ones demanding a second referendum. It should be clear that this is a ploy, as clearly there isn’t going to be one.

Remainers B are the ones loudly warning against “crashing out” of the EU without a deal. Which could actually be described as “walking away and returning to free trade”

The EU are the ones pretending to care about peripheral issues like Ireland and fishing rights.

All three groups are part of the same con.

Their intent is to make us feel relieved when the EU accepts Chequers.

That’s right – the deal that the EU have always claimed to hate. The deal that everyone thinks is dead.

It’s the deal the EU gave to Treason May the day before she unveiled it at Chequers – have we forgotten her visit to Angela Merkel to get her marching orders?

Since that day, the entire EU and British political establishment (and our media) have been conspiring together to make the British public fear all the alternatives.

We have been told the alternative is a second referendum.
We have been told the alternative is to crash out of the EU.
We have been told the alternative is the loss of Northern Ireland, our fishing rights, our sandwiches, our medicines, and our food.

They have been tenderising us.

All they care about is making us want Chequers more than these alternatives, so that when the EU stops pretending to hate it, their pet (who looks more and more like Emperor Palpatine with each passing day) can triumphantly announce that they have “capitulated”

The EU’s demands are clearly contrivances – the final unreasonable whims that they can cast aside at no cost as part of the apparent negotiation process.

The question is, once the EU and their pet announce Chequers has been agreed, will they be able to get it through Parliament?

Of course.

The tenderisation process works just as well on our MPs, who are already under no illusions as to how they will be characterised if they vote against Chequers.

“Do you WANT a second referendum?”
“Do you WANT us to crash out of the EU with no deal?”
“Do you want to split up the UK?”

Under such pressure, the Brexiteers will dwindle to perhaps a score of principled Tory MPs, led by Jacob-Rees-Mogg.

There might be a handful of MPs from other parties willing to vote against it.

The DUP will presumably oppose it.

Maybe forty votes in total?

Who will bet me that forty Labour MPs cannot be found to “put country before party” and vote for Chequers?

Unless something dramatic occurs, this is happening.

As the Borg Queen once said…………..watch your future’s end.

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The panto script was written soon after the lexicon was set of Deal, no deal, crash out, hard and soft. And now the actors are playing it out (bar the gags). A bit tricky though. If chorus line Lab MPs think Dame Theresa will resign even the remanier ones might put the knife in (but not the deselected ones mind). No doubt they’ll be a bit of:”they’re behind you, oh no they’re not before the finalé.”

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The panto script was written soon after the lexicon was set of Deal, no deal, crash out, hard and soft. And now the actors are playing it out (bar the gags). A bit tricky though. If chorus line Lab MPs think Dame Theresa will resign even the remanier ones might put the knife in (but not the deselected ones mind). No doubt they’ll be a bit of:”they’re behind you, oh no they’re not before the finalé.”