The burgeoning community of democracy-deniers, well-poisoners and pretentious posers have rallied under a new movement called the People’s Vote in an effort to create wider and deeper social divisions.
Using tactics pioneered by Goebbels, the Remainiacs relentlessly push Big Lies to try to foment mutual distrust in British society. By making foreigners feel isolated and vulnerable, Remainiacs feel they can patronise them more effectively, negotiating cheaper deals on au pairs and hors d’oeuvres.
The modus operandi is cynical and vicious enough to make even Luis Suarez suck his teeth. While pretending to help immigrants up, the Remainiacs will metaphorically rake their nails down the arms of their victims. This is achieved by telling immigrants that the majority of people in Britain hate them through a simple, one-line dog-whistle phrase: ‘I’m voting remain because I’m not a racist.’
Though this is clearly non-sequitur reasoning from the self-aggrandising posers, their victims don’t know that. They take it at face value that the 2016 referendum was a straight decision between love and hate. They are left with the clear impression that the other 52 per cent of the population are racists.
Whether the Remainiacs’ motive is deliberate or not is a moot point. Some observers think they are fundamentally narcissists and oblivious to the pain of others as long as their vanity can be stroked. Others suspect a nastier motive, and argue that the virtue-signalling Remainiacs use this tactic to instil fear into their ‘friends’ by telling them there are 17million people who actively hate them. This helps lower the self-esteem of immigrants and adjusts the market price of everything from hospital porters to handymen.
Personally, I think it’s stupidity and vanity rather than a deliberate conspiracy. I like to think that even James O’Brien, the radio phone-in troll, is not beyond redemption. One day he may see the error of his ways and stop tarring millions of people with the same brush.
I don’t think we can trust him to behave during another referendum, though. That will bring out the worst in the Remainiacs. And their worst is very very nasty indeed. I can show you a typical message from a Remain voter. It is far too disgusting to publish on TCW but if you have a strong stomach you can see it here (this is a serious warning).
The Remainiacs want a new referendum because they enjoyed the last one so much. And this one promises to be even more vindictive and unpleasant.