In response to Michael St George: This has just got a lot bigger than Brexit,
Guardian’s Quitter wrote:
Mrs May has done the job the EU gave her with a brilliance that it would be churlish to ignore. It’s just unfortunate that the cowards she has as colleagues can do nothing more than wring their hands and talk big to the MSM. Right up to the point they get offered a knighthood. Frankly they disgust me.
The Traitor Party will pay for this, as will every Traitor Minister, every Traitor Party MP, all the lying media.
Remember how Versailles fuelled what happened in Germany.
Remember and be fearful.
James Chilton wrote:
It’s obvious the EU would never sign off on a Brexit deal by which the UK could prosper just as a trading partner with no political strings attached. There are other disaffected members of the EU who might follow suit. It has to be made clear to the remaining 27 that terms and conditions after exit, are worse than they were before.
‘It’s not a moment for jubilation nor celebration, it’s a sad and tragic moment.’
For once, Juncker is spot on.
39 Pontiac Dream wrote:
Theresa May said in her press conference that she was ‘not sad’ to leave the EU. Of course she isn’t sad. We haven’t left yet, we won’t be leaving in March next year and her deal ensures that we’re hanging off the EU teat until they choose to remove us.
She’ll be partying with Juncker later.
We have to ask what happens to democracy in this country now? May has crossed over into very dangerous territory where our government is not simply mistrusted but seen as the country’s enemy; a fifth column ruled by Brussels and happy to trample over the wishes of British subjects. Whatever happens to Brexit, the referendum result still stands, as does its betrayal by May’s government. We will never forgive or forget and we will not walk quietly into the night, Mrs May.
At a time when we desperately need a Churchill or a Thatcher, we are being led by a Chamberlain.
Peter Evans wrote:
Why is JFK’s famous comment, ‘Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable’, coming so insistently into my mind right now?