BRITAIN’S social cohesion is under threat from a domestic terror group. It draws its members from the middle and upper classes. They’ve devised a deadly new divide-and-rule weapon: type 2 racism.
Social scientists who have examined the toxin say it’s the most sophisticated but brutal form of bien pensantery yet.
The terror group, identified as the Irate Remainiac Army, uses a deadly array of mind games, most notably psychological projection, to inflict pain on innocent strangers.
Many are busy now planting confidence bombs aimed at ruining Britain’s ability to trade. The Irate Remainiac Army has claimed responsibility for a campaign of confidence bombing behind plans to shift Nissan car production out of Sunderland.
Until now the group has concentrated most of its fire on civilian targets, fomenting hatred against old people and scapegoating voters. But now it says it is ready to step up its tactics to cripple the economy as part of its continuing war against democracy.
Much of the funding for the violence comes from overseas.
One of the main social control tactics is to accuse strangers of exactly the same failings they secretly hate about themselves.
Under the veneer of sophistication, the Remainiacs’ core beliefs are a surprising mix of medieval and primal.
They huddle for warmth around a mysterious mantra that few of them can explain. Though professing to be passionate about Europe, few could even say ‘thank you’ in any European language.
None could find Malmo on a map, but they can all give a minute-by-minute lowdown on the latest unsubstantiated Big Lie circulating in politics.
They pretend to hate Nazis, but they frequently adopt the Big Lie tactics pioneered by the Gestapo.
Their apparent Stockholm Syndrome love for Goebbels has led some of their factions, such as the Momentum wing of the Labour Party, to be branded as the Alt.Reich.
Many couldn’t tell an EU directive from a didgeridoo, but they nonetheless insist on the infallibility of the complexity cult headed by its guru, Jean-Claude Druncker.
Druncker sees the world through the prism of a cognac glass. He regards people from ‘overseas’, such as the British, with prejudice and contempt.
His attitude to the British always seems to be more pronounced after a long working lunch, during which time his tumbler perspective is constantly refreshed by aides.
Remainiac devotees are addicted to emotional intoxicants, however, and need to get high on Dudgeon and Self Aggrandisement, which though legal have catastrophic effects on those around them.