Another Day In The Life

This has been one of the most amazing days that I’ve ever witnessed in British politics – talk about a bunch of ferrets in a sack, what with Brexiteers, Remainers, Blairites, Corbynistas, and all the rest of it. Probably most notable was prime minister Theresa May’s press conference this afternoon: cringeworthy is not the word for it (if such a word exists). Also notable was the debate in the House of Commons this afternoon, when Nigel Dodds, deputy leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) stood up and utterly condemned Theresa May, calling her a traitor to the DUP. This has received surprisingly little comment, despite the fact that it now effectively means that the Conservative government no longer has a majority in the Commons and can no longer govern.

What we’re looking at here is the total disintegration of the British government, a bunch of shysters, incompetents and crooks who have only been kept alive by an equally criminal mainstream media.

We’re looking at a General Election folks, probably in February or March of next year.

This goes way beyond the UK and Europe. It’s all about the totally psychotic American Empire, which absolutely controls the European Union. What happens in the UK in the coming months will have worldwide ramifications as the American Empire continues to collapse.

I originally posted the following YouTube video when George Martin died in 2016 (here). It somehow seems appropriate for this latest moment in British history…

The next British General Election will be a history-making moment, not just for Britain but also for the rest of the world.

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12 Responses to Another Day In The Life

  1. JOML says:

    Sorry, Rob, my primary concern here is how Scotland can escape from this mess and emerge as an independent country, with their second Primal Scream…

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      John, my apologies for not directly addressing the Scotland issue: I am, after all, a Londoner who’s been a long term resident in France and my main priority is to overthrow the present Tory government.

      The ‘withdrawal agreement’ released on Wednesday evening consists of nearly six hundred pages of legal gobbledygook. Even now, days later, people are still trying to figure out what this document actually implies. The consensus seems to be that the withdrawal agreement keeps the UK in the EU in all but name, but the UK no longer has voting rights.

      Perhaps (or no doubt) from your point of view, Northern Ireland is given ‘special status’ to remain within the EU, to avoid the border issue, whilst Scotland and Wales are given no such special status and are not even mentioned in the withdrawal agreement.

      The most important thing here is that the DUP have now withdrawn their support of Theresa May’s government, which means that this government no longer has a majority, which means that it can no longer govern. This means, almost certainly, a general election.

      You know that I support you lot north of the border 100% if you want to become an independent country. The ball of wool here is how it’s all going to play out. I’ve never seen UK politics so complicated/mixed-up as it is now.

  2. freddy says:

    Mrs.May clings to power by her fingernails, after having nailed her declaration to the doors of Westminster Palace.
    Five Brexiteers, claim they back her and are choosing to see it through, others are writting letters.
    Over in France Macron grows more aloof, is he the Little Emperor?

    French pensioners have just about had their fill of the money grabbing pipsqueak.

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Freddy, as I’m sure you’ve seen, today the Daily Mail have been trying to soft peddle Theresa May…

      … and they’ve been failing spectacularly! Look at the reader’s comments. I’ve never seen anything like it on the Daily Mail.

      • freddy says:

        Rob perhaps you could comment of the fuel fiasco in France, seems like the poor have nearly had enough of their Emperor?

        • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

          Freddy, I have to be careful what I say about what’s going on in France at the moment; not because I’m scared of commenting, but because things I say might put people in danger.

          Here’s a public comment by Jean-Luc Mélenchon, posted last month, about the police raids on him and his supporters. You should automatically get English sub-titles on this video, but if not click on the first of the options on the right of the video toolbar…

          • freddy says:

            Hi Rob, I have just watched your Jean-Luc Melenchon video, quite shocking, he said judicialising political parties.
            i understand that the French government/judiciary have also been putting Marine Le Pen and her new party under a lot of pressure.
            Something similar with Aaron Banks and UKIP in the U.K.

            It’s almost as if they don’t think that there should be alternative points of view?
            But it is indicative of reducing meaningful democracy.

  3. freddy says:

    Forgetting troubles in France and U.K. for a while
    America and Australia to build deep water naval base on Manus Island, PNG to counter China.

  4. freddy says:

    Macron Out
    200 arrested, 200 injured and one run over, now dead.

  5. freddy says:

    Zac Goldsmith last night became the 24th Tory MP to go public with a no-confidence letter in Theresa May.
    Zac does not want another Heathrow runway and neither do I.
    The father of Zac, James founded the short-lived Eurosceptic Referendum Party in the United Kingdom, and was one of the key power-brokers in British political circles that initiated party political opposition to the country’s membership of the European Union.

  6. freddy says:

    Nicola Sturgeon confirms SNP MPs will vote against Brexit deal
    “The withdrawal agreement has lots of flaws within it, and fundamentally, there is no clarity whatsoever about the future between the UK and the EU.

    “The House of Commons is going to be asked to effectively endorse a ‘blindfold Brexit’, where all the difficult issues that have dogged these negotiations for two-and-a-half years are simply kicked further down the road.

    “I think it would be a mistake and deeply irresponsible for the House of Commons to endorse that.”

    Well, that seems very clear.

    Nobody knows what the Labour Party want, it will have to choose, soon though.

  7. freddy says:

    This Megalomaniac needs to be stopped
    Macron Emperor of Europe

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