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By Safe_Timber_Man
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The Sun being their usual unhinged selves:


THE SUN SAYS We have sunk to a new low — the course of Brexit may have just been decided by the vote of a convicted criminal

NOT even the expenses scandal saw ­Parliament sink this low.

A Bill to block Brexit — championed by Labour MP Yvette Cooper, who ­solemnly swore to her constituents she would NEVER do such a thing — passes by a single vote.

That vote belonging to jailed liar Fiona Onasanya, not long out of prison wearing an ankle tag and under a curfew.

And so the course of Brexit and our nation’s history may have been decided by the whim of a convicted criminal who, in our view, has no right still to be an MP and is likely to be sacked in shame by voters within weeks.

The Sun Says predicted just this on February 28.

“Imagine if our country’s future came down to one MP’s vote,” we wrote. “Imagine if it belonged to an ex-con, freshly released from prison for dishonesty, still wearing an ankle tag in the Commons chamber.

“If Fiona Onasanya plays any influential role in Brexit votes, or any others, it will be the last straw for our democracy’s credibility.”

But she did. And it is.

Cooper’s Bill is the most blatant betrayal yet of 17.4million Leavers.

She dresses it up as an earnest attempt to avert the No Deal she fears, by ordering the PM to beg for a delay. In fact it is an ill-disguised ruse to buy her Remainer colleagues time to kill Brexit via a biased second referendum stitched up by the Europhile establishment.

It was already a constitutional outrage to give Cooper and chinless Tory Oliver Letwin time to table it. Worse still that it was bulldozed through the Commons with indecent haste in one day.

MPs complain they are “exhausted and stressed” by Brexit. But Remainers found ample energy and stamina to thwart it in the small hours.

And how they celebrated after welching on their manifestos and promises to constituents, to block the No Deal they put into law by voting for Article 50.

A No Deal which most voters, according to polls, would choose over No Brexit. One which terrifies the Westminster Remainer bubble but holds no fear for many millions outside the M25 who never thought Brexit meant much else.

These spineless, shifty MPs deserve their bucketloads of criticism. How poetic, then, that their Commons antics were prematurely ended yesterday by water bucketing down from the roof.

Even nature has had enough.





And then a rabid attack on Hammond for daring to suggestion something The Sun doesn't like:

Phil the fool

IS Philip Hammond trying to destroy the Tories once and for all?

Only this tin-eared Remainer clown could claim a second referendum is a “perfectly credible proposition” while knowing how suicidal it is both for his party and the country’s stability.

Hammond is the worst Chancellor in living memory. Whoever replaces Theresa May must spend their first two seconds firing him.
By Andy McDandy
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The Sun (and for that matter Littlejohn) are deliberately not mentioning the Tory MP who's awaiting sentencing on election fiddles. He voted the other way, so that's a crook on each side, which cancel each other out. So, had both been barred, and all other things being equal, the result would have been the same.

So yeah. It's because she is black.
 
By Bones McCoy
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Andy McDandy wrote:
Fri Apr 05, 2019 10:43 am
The Sun (and for that matter Littlejohn) are deliberately not mentioning the Tory MP who's awaiting sentencing on election fiddles. He voted the other way, so that's a crook on each side, which cancel each other out. So, had both been barred, and all other things being equal, the result would have been the same.

So yeah. It's because she is black.
If only they had a pairing arrangement we could all calm down and get on with life.
 
By MisterMuncher
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Didn't see much mention of Paisley Jr either, who's similarly corrupt but still in his seat because, well, it's fucking Ballymena.

Surprised to see Hammond has plumbed depths below Gordon McBroon who sold our gold at a knockdown price and all that utter shite. Maybe living memory is different for Sun readers. As is consistency.
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By Safe_Timber_Man
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I've got a horrible feeling the writer of this was furiously masturbating when writing the last part and getting excited by this hypothetical jingoistic scenario:

Voters may take a fanatical new interest in European elections and return MEPs who make Nigel Farage look like Jean-Claude Juncker.

The EU may yet rue the day it decided its best response to Brexit was a punishment beating to make us rethink.

And President Macron, France’s grandstanding and aloof little Napoleon, would regret pushing us around...

When he is as reviled across Europe as he is in his own country.

EU hypocrites are demanding our ‘sincerest cooperation’ in not sabotaging businesses after years of humiliation

AFTER three years of bullying and humiliating Britain, the EU now demands our “sincere co-operation” in not sabotaging its business. Our minds boggle at the nerve and hypocrisy.

Since 2016 they have done everything in their power to interfere with our democracy, hoping to strong-arm us into staying in by overturning our ­historic referendum via a second one.

Now that WE want to delay Brexit a few months, they say we can if our MEPs play nice. Why should they?

EU arrogance and aggression has ­converted even some Remainers into furious Eurosceptics.

If a new legion of staunchly anti-Brussels MEPs is elected in May, it can hardly be surprised.

And, as long as we are still in the EU, those politicians must be able to throw a spanner in the works if they choose.

That’s democracy — even if Eurocrats do find it repugnant and terrifying.

A new referendum would unleash the same problem, for years.

Even if Remain won some rigged ballot, millions would never forgive how we were treated, or how Remainers colluded with Brussels.

Voters may take a fanatical new interest in European elections and return MEPs who make Nigel Farage look like Jean-Claude Juncker.

The EU may yet rue the day it decided its best response to Brexit was a punishment beating to make us rethink.

And President Macron, France’s grandstanding and aloof little Napoleon, would regret pushing us around...

When he is as reviled across Europe as he is in his own country.






Labour bottlers

NO ONE but the most slavish Corbynista now doubts that Labour is institutionally racist against Jews. Its own MPs know it.

Anti-Semitism is a cancer afflicting our second biggest party from the top down. That’s why Jewish Labour activists condemned Corbyn as they did.

Which makes it all the more sickening that so-called “moderate” MPs do so ­little about it except gripe on Twitter.

What further excuse do they have for staying in this putrid and irredeemable organisation, especially now Chuka Umunna has provided an escape route?

They can moan. They can impotently demand action. But if the Government falls, they’ll be on our doorsteps urging us to make a Prime Minister out of the anti-Semite-in-chief.

How do they live with it?
 
By Safe_Timber_Man
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Just a quick reminder of this before reading The Sun's call for May to quit:


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THE SUN SAYS New Brexit delay is the final confirmation of Theresa May’s failure as a Prime Minister

THE new Brexit postponement is the final confirmation of Theresa May’s failure. She must now accept the game is up.

She has done her best. But she had one job and has not delivered on it. Nor can she. She has no workable plan to do so.

There is no deal the Prime Minister and Corbyn could cook up that would secure a majority. Scores of Labour MPs will rebel, maybe even quit, unless they get a second referendum which Mrs May must never accept.

And Tories will reject the ­customs union Corbyn wants, especially since it is a figment of Keir Starmer’s imagination.

There can be no UK-EU union where Britain has a say over trade ­policy, insists French President Macron.

Mrs May could have a fourth vote on her own deal. But a foolishly intransigent ERG hardcore will never back it.

And why would Remainers do so now?

They can just use the Brexit delay to plot a second referendum which they will skew against 17.4million Leave voters.

The Tory Party is in meltdown. The Government is paralysed, impotent and plummeting in the polls, as The Sun predicted it would if it failed on Brexit.

Their only hope, and Britain’s — since the alternative is Marxism and poverty — is a new leader. With a new Cabinet, new energy, new ideas for tackling our problems, more voter appeal and, we hope, some new Brexit strategy.

After last night, what is Mrs May waiting for? She cannot survive long.

It is surely better to make a dignified and voluntary exit while she still can.



All change

OUR political parties need new names.

The Conservatives aren’t conservative. Labour sneers at the working class.Most laughable is Change UK, the new vehicle for Labour and Tory defectors.

Change doesn’t come bigger than Brexit. But they violently reject that. They are passionate about the status quo.

They wouldn’t even change the Government, knowing their constituents would change THEM at a snap election.

All they really want is to change BACK to Blair’s era, or Cameron’s.

Voters are sick of the lies politicians have told, Remainers in particular.

Honesty really would make a change.






Then another copy & paste attack on the police and hate crimes:

Cop surrender

POLICE forces short of manpower prioritise certain crimes. We get that.

In London, the Met has to target the explosion of violence. We get that too.

But the staggering drop in criminals caught via CCTV or forensics indicates a force that has given up on burglary.

Meanwhile it has 900 “specialist hate crime investigators”. Real hate crime is appalling. But how many are probing Twitter insults? Or wolf-whistling?

And why is hate crime more traumatic than having your home ransacked and your valuables stolen?
 
By Safe_Timber_Man
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They're still becoming increasingly unhinged with each passing day. This latest editorial is the written equivalent of a drunk flailing around and lashing out at anyone and everyone.

Labour, Abbott, Moog & the ERG and of course Harry and Meghan all get attacked today:

THE SUN SAYS You think our nation is humiliated now? Wait until MPs revoke Article 50

THE slow death of Brexit is now following the Remainers’ script exactly.

The plan was always to obstruct it long enough to argue the 2016 referendum “no longer has a mandate”. To say that leaving the EU, which they used to claim had negligible impact on our sovereignty, is in fact too hard. That it’s “undeliverable”.

Remainer politicians told 17.4million Leavers a pack of lies about honouring their vote. Now, as they hoped, Brexit is “delayed” again. And the EU, with whom some openly colluded, are gloating about it maybe being reversed.

You think our nation is humiliated now? Wait until MPs revoke Article 50.

The Tories are carrying the can, and fair enough. But at least most have tried to deliver what the majority wanted.

Corbyn’s MPs duped Leavers, then opposed every step towards Brexit, in a disgusting assault on our democracy.

Let’s hope democracy bites them back.




Cocky crew

DO not forget the blinkered delusions of the Tory ERG in this betrayal.

They convinced themselves Brexit was inevitable. The law was on their side. Remainer tricks could not stop them. They fatally rejected the one viable deal, thinking a harder one was days away.

It was all cobblers. They missed what everyone outside their bubble could see: they were outnumbered by Remainers who will scrap Brexit if they can.

Yet the ERG still won’t back Theresa May’s deal. They are still in denial.

Yes, their Brexit might be possible under a charismatic new Tory leader with a thumping Commons majority.

Anyone see that happening?



The toxic Left

THEY backed the Kremlin over the Salisbury poisonings. Now Labour backs the fantasist, coward and fugitive Julian Assange.

See the pattern? It’s not just that Corbyn’s rabble are reliably on the wrong side of history. It’s that they support any enemy of Britain, America and the West.

Assange jumped bail to dodge arrest over a rape case. He is wanted by the US for hacking classified computers.

This wretched egomaniac has cost us all millions. To Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, he is a hero.

If she ever takes office we’ll all need an embassy to hide in.





Our royal rights

WE of course wish Harry and Meghan well over their baby’s imminent arrival. But we do have one gentle suggestion:

Keeping the nation in the dark over details, even after the birth, is a bad look for a royal couple. The public has a right to know about the lives of those largely funded by their taxes.

You can accept that, or be private citizens. Not both.
 
By youngian
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Keeping the nation in the dark over details, even after the birth, is a bad look for a royal couple. The public has a right to know about the lives of those largely funded by their taxes.

Just as well pictures will be available for free on Instagram. No need to buy the Sun to see them
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