Selling Out the British

This is quite remarkable, not to mention rather horrifying. What Theresa May’s government is doing in their negotiations is nothing less than selling the UK’s sovereignty to Brussels (and you can easily see Berlin’s hand running the puppet that is the EU.

Britain is, of course, the fourth or fifth largest economy in the world, depending on how you measure, and many believe it is the second most powerful country in the world, second only to the United States, and the only other one able to intervene anywhere around the world.

Amazing, isn’t it? The people voted clearly to leave the EU, and the government has used that as cover to give them a worse deal, a similar influence on how they do things, but without even the (mostly sham) vote. One could call it selling their sovereignty, but one would be wrong – they aren’t getting paid, well probably May and the Civil Service have some golden prospects for their treachery, but we don’t know that yet.

There is, of course, a backstory, of how it got that way. Peter Hitchens lays it out as clearly as I have seen.

Amazing story, isn’t it? I’m pretty much convinced that the overall point is true. I don’t agree with every point, although some of that may be my prejudices speaking, of course. Specifically, I do believe in the special relationship between the US and the UK, although I’m not sure the British really do. Still, overall, he makes an excellent case.

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Saturday Videos

Some videos to make you think, and maybe smile.

Haven’t had a new Bill Whittle for a while, and this is a good one.

 

Well, I can’t say I actually know much about Kanye other than he seems to think for himself, and that’s a lot. I do agree with him about liking how this woman thinks.

 

This is a bit long, but good, and shows how she got to here her thinking is today.

 

Two old friends: Tucker Carlson and Katie Hopkins

 

Peter Hitchens always make you think, you may not agree with everything, I don’t, but he makes me think, and that is not a bad thing at all.

 

And a badass campaign ad.

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