Chaos. Confusion. Racism. Nigel Farage’s work is done

Mr Farage has announced his decision to stand aside in a speech in London, saying: “I want my life back, and it begins right now.”

Funny, I’ve been saying the same thing ever since this referendum shit began and here I am still getting angry about loathsome, odious people like him.

If it wasn’t for Nigel Farage and UKIP, Tory and Labour politicians wouldn’t have been defecting from their parties and nailing their colours to the UKIP mast.

David Cameron wouldn’t then have played the gambit of announcing a referendum to put an end to the immigration debate and losing so spectacularly.

Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson and David Cameron have all played their part in this debacle. They have basically had a shit on the country and walked away from it. Leaving other people to clear up their mess.

But don’t worry. I’m sure they will be okay. They’ll write their books do their lecture tours and sit on boards of companies earning a fortune while the country goes through financial upheaval yet again.

I always remember that phrase, ‘we’re all in it together’. Unless we’re earning over £500,000 a year from public engagements I don’t think so.

 

 

 

Over 38 people die from man-eating sharks every year. What can we do?

That’s nothing. Over 17,000 people die from falls every year and we’re not trying to abolish gravity.

On the other side of the story over 100 million sharks are killed every year by humans. But, this is a conservative estimate, it could be as high as 273 million.

But thanks to man’s need to manipulate facts and figures to their own end we are only told half the story.

They’re not even man-eating sharks, they eat anything. They would prefer a juicy seal to a human being, but if humans dress like seals, mistakes will be made.

The referendum campaign was littered with half-truths, from both sides, I hasten to add. Then newspapers jumped in trying to influence voters.

I thought newspapers had a code where they were supposed to report facts.

The part of the populace that were looking for these facts were instead bombarded with fictions. Certain newspapers spread fear and lies about immigrants and now we can see the fruition of it.

I’m all for freedom of speech and freedom of the press but there is a little rule to this – if it incites violence and hatred then it’s against the law.

I would urge the authorities to do something about the newspapers again. And maybe have a word with that most dangerous of animals –  Nigel Farage.

 

 

 

 

 

“Sorry, you Brexit, you bought it”

Like many people who voted ‘Remain’ on Thursday I was gutted by the decision to leave the European Union. Through my distress I vowed that if it was the ‘will of the people’ I would be British about it and soldier on.

Today, I woke up to find some ‘Leavers’ are suffering buyers remorse and want to change their vote.

There are rumours that on Friday, Google was inundated with requests from British people wanting to know what Europe was.

Other people are saying that there wasn’t enough of a majority, I’m sorry 1.3 million sounds like a lot to me. Some voters are even signing a petition for a second Brexit vote because not enough people voted – it was the highest turnout at the polls for 30 years.

There are graphs showing that under 18s weren’t represented – well you set the rules of this referendum beforehand. We all agreed to them when we voted.

Tell you what, why don’t we have the best of three? Or take the verdict back to Marks and Spencers so we can swap it for something better?

In essence the Great British people have told Europe they think the European Union are all cunts – you can’t skulk back and take that statement back.

For better or worse, you have to stick by your decision.

A great friend of mine said throughout this campaign that he took the racist insults and still voted for what he believed in.

Call it freedom of thought, freedom of speech, or even democracy. Democracy says that we leave the European Union.

I believe in democracy, and democracy made a choice on Thursday through action.

Man-up England.

 

 

 

The Divided Kingdom

The people have spoken and we are now going to Leave the European Union. Fine, let’s move on. But at the moment we are still bitching and moaning.

David Cameron will resign, hurrah! Boris Johnson will probably take his place, boo! Scotland will probably vote to stay in Europe -not sure about that one.

Now there has been a suggestion that London could remain in the European Union. If that happens cities like Birmingham could do the same.

So we’ll be left with a country that is completely split. Half-in and half-out of Europe.

It doesn’t matter that all the people who have felt disenfranchised by our governments decisions have finally had their voices heard. The government, which was 60% stay, could still wangle a stay.

So, what’s the Leave camp’s plan to combat that? What do you mean there isn’t one? Surely after months of campaigning both sides would have plans in place to make sure England would be fine whatever happened.

No? Are you shitting me?

 

I’m staying in Europe, you can leave if you want to

Last night the thunder rolled and the lightning flashed. The heavens opened and rain washed the litter from the pavements.

It was almost like portents of doom resounded across the night sky in Merton last night. And I sat staring out the window as mother nature had her say.

This morning as the first sparrows yawned, stretched and farted, I headed down to the community centre and voted to stay in Europe.

Did I do the right thing? I have no clue. Time will tell if all this is for the greater good or a monumental mistake.

What it has done, has given us all a target to point the finger at, if it goes wrong. If we stay and England is swallowed up, the government can say, ‘well, you voted for this’. Same goes for an overwhelming exit vote. ‘It’s your fault.’

I hope that’s not the case. Whatever happens I hope that our country can stop playing one side off against the other.

I used to think it ridiculous whenever I watched Prime Minister’s question time in the House of Commons. Grown men behaving like children.

This campaign has seen that attitude spill out onto the street. Intelligent adults, name-calling and threatening violence because we don’t think the same.

What’s next? Do we all start blowing each other up with pipe bombs because someone didn’t agree with our vote in the referendum?

When Mahatma Gandhi was asked by a journalist what he thought of Western civilisation he replied, ‘I think it would be a good idea’.

 

 

 

 

 

We’re not having a referendum for the people to have their say.

David Cameron may mouth words of financial stability and people’s rights but he’s looking after the most important part of England – himself.

This whole referendum is all a political subterfuge to stop Ukip stealing people from the Tory camp and to quiet the revolution within his own party.

David Cameron’s power is dwindling and in a last-ditch effort to hold on to his position he is willing to throw the country away just to keep it.

Recent events have cost him dearly; #dodgydave and ‘Piggate’ didn’t just tarnish his reputation, they made him a worldwide laughing stock.

What kind of man would play with the well-being of 65 million people just to hang on to his own power and influence?

Politicians are supposed to be the servants of the people, yet our Mr. Cameron is only in the business of serving himself.

Whichever way this referendum goes, can we please remove him from power completely?

Please.

 

 

 

Tomorrow, I have to decide whether I’m a traitor or a racist

Well, I will be voting to stay in. Why? Because I think Britain is better as part of the European Union.

And what’s the alternative? More financial insecurity? Haven’t we just been through a double-dip recession?

What I hate about this whole Leave and Remain campaign is that it’s been dirty politics all the way through.

All the camps have done is focus on the negatives. If you vote to stay in the European Union and you’re a traitor. Vote to leave and you’re a racist. Or so the Remain camp have been insinuating all along.

There have been very few arguments highlighting the positives of either decision. It’s been name-calling and childish accusations.

What are we eight? Are we still in the playground? If you’re mates with him, then you’re not mates with me!

If we were instead presented with a proper plan of action in case of either scenario, then I probably would be brave enough to consider a Leave option.

But since it’s been bickering and indecision from every party, I have to vote with my conscience. So, I’m a traitor.

But call me it to my face and I’ll get you after school.

 

 

 

We are forgetting one thing in the Brexit situation; David Cameron fucked a pig’s head

With Brexit we seem to have forgotten one of the most important issues of the day – David Cameron put his pork sword in a pig’s mouth.

‘Piggate’ has been swept under the carpet and has been claimed to be ‘hogwash’ and ‘pigswill’ since the announcement of the referendum.

It was part of an initiation ceremony for the Piers Gaveston Society and reported by Michael Ashcroft and Isabel Oakeshott in their unauthorised autobiography of David Cameron – ‘Call me Dave’.

We seem to have forgotten other important issues as well. Our steel industry is up the swanee thanks to our beloved Chancellor who will provide help and concessions to banks, but not to a real industry that makes things.

One question I have to ask is, if the British Steel industry collapses what are we going to sell if we leave the European Union?

Textiles? No that was ripped up in the early 70s. Coal? No, our coal industry was shut down in the 1980s.

Well, at least we have our health. Hold on a minute, the government are also winding down our National Health Service, then claiming it doesn’t work.

Next they’ll be selling it off to the lowest bidder. Like they did with Royal Bank of Scotland. I’m sorry, anyone who makes a £1 billion loss by selling a bank ought to be strung up over Westminster Bridge.

Our governments are saying that their hands are tied by the European Union but that’s just not true. Our governments are selling off common land, allowing industries to collapse, propping up the banks’ health, while ours suffers because of lack of support for our NHS.

That’s not the European Union, it’s our own elected governments.

Forget the referendum, forget our antiquated two party system, can’t we just have a government that looks after the interests of the British people?

They say that governments should be frightened of their people because they have the right to vote them out. But look what we get in England, two parties that are systematically destroying our way of life term by term.