We Got what We Deserved!

So there we have it! Stuck with a hung parliament, because of the unaffordable promises of a Trotskyist Communist, who could not possibly be given security clearance for any job in the civil or armed services, because of his political beliefs – a man who has supported every anti-British terrorist group that has operated against the interests of civilised people, since he entered parliament.

And why?

First, because of a Tory campaign that seemed to be designed about a death wish. An election not so much lost as thrown away!

Second, because we allow immature people, who are totally unfit to make judgments on what is and is not good for the country to vote – people who are happy to sell the country down the river for the sake of their own short-term interests: i.e. students who don’t want to pay for their own tertiary education; people who have saved all their working lives and acquired a nest egg to pay for their own care in later life, only to change their minds and decide they would rather hand their savings over to their families after they’ve gone and let the taxpayers pay for their care in old age; people who want to hang on to relatively small free handouts from government – i.e: winter fuel allowance, free TV licences etc – even when they are well off enough to pass such amounts straight through to the charity of their choice – actually mostly passed on to grandchildren to be squandered on holidays in the sun!

Now the pundits are telling us that we’ll have to go on bended knee to the EU to get any agreement on Brexit.

Sorry folks! We don’t want any agreement with the EU that involves anything but their total capitulation to us to give them access to our market, without punitive import taxes in response to their expected attitude towards us. The OECD reckons we can reach a deal quite amicably with other markets without any need for huge re-negotiations of EU treaties. Go for it, I say.

We must take up the EU challenge and say we’re ready to meet on Monday – then when they start chortling and making ridiculous demands, get up and walk out, with the throwaway remark: “Don’t call us, we’ll call you – and don’t hold your breath!”

Author: John Timbers

Retired, ex-soldier, ex-tank technologist, ex-salesman, ex-project manager, ex-business development consultant, ex-security consultant, ex-editor. V happily married w/three grown&flown children and four grandchildren. Author of a number of books available on Amazon (see my website). Enjoy surfing the web, walking the dog and generally 'being retired'.

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