In response to Andrew Cadman: The moral case for kicking out May is now unanswerable,
Peter Evans wrote:
Perhaps the psychopathic Maybot should read Rod Liddle in the Speccie and Mark Steyn in SteynOnline, although having no conscience and no principles save that of clinging uselessly to power for the sake of it, their thoughts will have no effect whatsoever on her apart from raising a contemptuous smirk.
‘And that, my lovely friends, is it for Brexit. You kippers and ERGers who think we’ll leave with no deal, are deluded. They will not let it happen. They were never going to let it happen.
‘Brexit has been killed by a Parliament which by a two-to-one majority never wanted it, despite what lip service they paid to respecting the will of the people. The liberal elite has won. I suspect it will be its last victory before it is expunged.’
‘Last night the elites rose up and overthrew the masses. Of course, they have also destroyed their own reputation, and that of England as the Mother of Parliaments. But in a sense that also makes the larger point – that the world is too complex to be left to self-government by the people’s representatives, so best to leave it to Brussels. Sorry, you grunting morons don’t realise how difficult it all is, so you can vote for it all you want, but it can’t be done . . .
‘If you’re in the vicinity of the Palace of Westminster today, I would recommend sacking the place and salting the earth. But, as George Orwell once remarked in another context, “There is no turbulence left in England”.’