Tuesday, December 6, 2016

UK: Liberal hypocrite can't handle the truth

(London) For years the British people have asked for the right to vote on staying within the EU. For years MPs have refused them that right, saying that the people could not be trusted with a vote on the EU. Then David Cameron was voted in as PM in 2010 and he promised that if elected, he would give the British people that vote. However, it took 6 years and a second term for him to live up to that promise. So on the 23rd of June 2016 the British people voted after, I should add, the EU ensured that millions was spent on advertising that staying in the EU was the only option on the table. Project Fear was the name of the game, war with Russia, economic meltdown, why even President Obama stuck his nose in. And - shock and horror - the British people paid no heed and voted out.

The political elites couldn't believe it. Since then they have moaned, cried and bitched at how they lost the vote. They have accused the British people of being racists, of being little Englanders, that the people didn't know what they were voting for, and so the vote doesn't count, and that we should vote again in which to get the result that they (the minority) want.

The other week, the British Government voted to increase the size of Heathrow airport, and Zac Goldsmith, the MP for Richmond, resigned in which to express his anger at the Government. Well, they had a by-election in which to pick a new MP, Sarah Olney, a Liberal won. Hooray for the upper class toffs of Richmond, a leafy area of London. Now the Liberals are at the front of the queue in demanding another vote on the EU. In fact, Olney campaigned on that angle, and the other day she made the mistake of agreeing to be interviewed on talk radio. Big mistake. So much, she walked away due to her inability to accept the fact that she as a so called liberal is nothing more than a f-ing hypocrite. So much for democracy then. The irony being that these so called champions of one man one vote, of equality for all, when it comes to the crunch, don't subscribe to the very tenets of their political ideology. In other words, do as I say and not as I do. Which is exactly what happened in Ireland and Denmark when they voted against the EU and were made to vote again in which to get the answer the liberals demanded.