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Comment posted on 4 July 2019
One further comment, after which I don't intend to waste any more time on someone so badly informed. You ask for evidence of a secretive anti-democratic cabal in Brussels. Are you kidding? Look no further than the newest replacements for Junker, Tusk et at. These appointees (note, appointees - they were not elected) were chosen in secret behind closed doors. Did any of the MEPs from any of the member states get a choice with respect to their nomination? Nope. As for Nigel Farage's Brexiteers, yes of course they were democratically elected to the EU Parliament - democratically elected by the BRITISH ELECTORAL PROCESS - which I have not yet impugned as being anti-democratic: (I was referring to the political entity known as the EU which is profoundly undemocratic with disturbing totalitarian tendencies. Just because we have some MEPs sitting on their backsides in the EU Parliament as spectators to the circus doesn't mean they have any actual power.
As for the EU being our biggest "security ally" come off it. Their chief contribution so far is to act as an escort service for illegal immigrants (they regard the UK as a vast dumping ground for "undesirables" and criminal elements, much in the same way the Australian colonies were for the British in the 19th century) The USA is and always has been our most reliable and best ally when it comes to security issues. Nor does the U.S administration routinely insult and denigrate the British government as do the sneering bastards in Brussels. I do not refer to the long-suffering European citizens whom I respect and fully support in their ongoing struggle against the EU Superstate, by far the worst totalitarian structure to emerge since the Third Reich and present-day Communist China. A people should not be confused with its politicians. And Europe should not be confused with the political entity known as the EU. Most Brexiteers want to maintain friendly relations with European sovereign nation states. It's not just Brexiteers who loathe the EU and recognize it for what it is. Huge numbers of people all over Europe are protesting and rebelling - the Italians, the French, the Greeks etc. etc. I guess you wouldn't be aware of that since you probably get most of your views from the incredibly biased and anti-British EU-funded Brussels Broadcasting Corporation AKA the BBC.
One of the more imperceptive and stupid blogs to emerge from the Remainer camp. Brexit isn't "broken" because BREXIT HASN'T YET HAPPENED. The British pollical scene is very divisive and toxic at this stage precisely because Parliament - who choose to forget they are accountable to the electorate and not themselves - has thwarted and frustrated the will of the people for 3 long years. The uncertainties engendered by the constant delay and dithering is why it isn't working. If these anti-British pro-EU masochists who clearly enjoy being shafted by the secretive cabal in Brussels (by all means, bend over and take your punishment, morons) continue to block Brexit then there may be a general election, and then folks - wait for it - Nigel Farage will storm into Downing Street. Ho Ho ho. I think it's called being hoist with your own petard.
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