Britain votes for Easy Brexit

The UK has already triggered article 50, we are leaving the EU and in the face of growing support for leaving the EU no serious party is suggesting otherwise.
What was uncertainty is whether we’d get a deal with the EU … or to be honest, I was pretty certain we’d be leaving with a deal but that there would be high hopes on an imminent deal when we left.
But any such talk of “deals” has now been blown out the water by the stupidity of all the remainers who hang on to the illusion they could stay in the failed EU by voting Labour.
All they could achieve by voting Labour is to condemn us to the same economic and social failings that now plague the EU.
But it was much worse … because by voting labour, the remainers have shot themselves in the foot because we’re now heading out the EU the easy way … without any deal or any prospect of a deal.

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5 Responses to Britain votes for Easy Brexit

  1. TinyCO2 says:

    They hope we’ll join EFTA and have all the disadvantages of being in the cluding EU in open borders but none of the advantages. Not that they think of it like that. Brexit is like the Cresta Run. Get on it or don’t get on it but you can’t get off once you’ve started.
    Last century we had a generation that died to keep us free and this century we’ve got a generation who surrendered without a single shot fired. They are happy to exchange freedom for cheap mobile roaming charges and no passport queues.

    • Scottish-Sceptic says:

      Most remainers seems to approach the EU as if it were a facebook page they can “like” or a facebook group they can join. They want to be totally irresponsible: just “liking” the EU and then blaming the UK government for every reduction of freedoms liberties and the massive increasing costs that come with the appalling membership.
      In some senses we got a very good general election result in the sense that the Tories are far too weak to push through any substantial agreement. So, we will leave without any agreement, without being tied to any EU institution and the Tories can blame the electorate for not giving them the strong government they needed for the “hard” to obtain “soft” brexit.

      • TinyCO2 says:

        No, the EU will decide that it can get away with offering nothing, expecting a commons vote to snatch at any deal so long as we’re not entirely out. May wasn’t wrong that a strong majority would have given her more clout when she said ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’. The country has demonstrated that it’s full of craven cowards, easily bought with their own money. The EU has gained a lot of love by having governments tax the people and the EU gives some of it back in largesse. Ordinary people only ever see it give, they rarely remember that first it takes. The kids have voted for ‘any deal is better than no deal’.

        • Scottish-Sceptic says:

          The remainers won’t accept any deal and they’ll always vote no. Others want a minimal deal and they will vote no to any fence-sitting deal and the fence sitters won’t accept anything but their own brand of fence sitting.
          In other words, no deal.

  2. TinyCO2 says:

    Sadly I don’t think it will happen that way. Without the backing of the country, the EU will expect to get loads of money up front and then offer a worse deal than EFTA. We’ll have the choice of joining EFTA as an alternative. The government + Labour, will choose the latter. I doubt the Conservatives will have the enthusiasm to fight for a good deal. Why bother when the country votes for free stuff for everybody, rather than recognise that all decisions cost.
    All the remoaners are crowing, including the dumb Tories. Bloody Osbourne in particular. It’s not as if he and Cameron did any better on their first election. Just the opposite, since he had to do a deal with the Lib Dems, a far bigger party than the DUP at the time. For a bunch of people who mostly did PPE at uni, almost none of them can debate with anything like star quality. They know the questions that are going to come but seem never to have practiced and answer.

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