Suddenly Britain’s Brexit Future Looks a Whole Lot Brighter…

Suddenly Britain’s Brexit Future Looks a Whole Lot Brighter… By James Delingpole.

UK Labor are going Marxist:

Jeremy Corbyn and his hard-left Labour crew are currently preparing for government at their annual party conference.

They’re so shamelessly anti-Semitic that the few remaining Labour MPs who are Jewish now have to be escorted under police guard.

They want to renationalise the railways (at a cost of £176 billion they simply won’t have when sterling inevitably collapses and the credit lines dry up), they want to massively hike taxes on “the rich” (ie the productive sector of the economy), they want workers to be given 10 percent of every company and seats on the board.

They want, as one leading Labour aide has been honest enough to admit, a “Soviet Britain”.

And they mean it too. What horrifies about Labour is not merely the economic and historical illiteracy of its worldview but the gloating arrogance and jaunty callousness with which its acolytes plan to bring about their new (Jew-free, Hamas-compliant) Jerusalem. …

If the vengeful malcontents of Corbyn’s Labour ever get voted into power it will be the end of Britain for the foreseeable future.

It will be like the Shire would be if Sauron had won. …

Brexit:

The current biggest problem in UK politics: the majority of people in Britain voted for Brexit but none of the three biggest political parties represents them. …

The Conservatives are the party most likely to adopt this mantle. But they’re currently hamstrung by the fact that they’re led by a Remainer prime minister, who appointed lots of other Remainers into her cabinet, in a parliamentary party still infested with other Remainers – a legacy from the Cameron era when any Tory of sound principles was denied a place on the parliamentary shortlist. …

The fundamental problem with Mrs May’s Chequers proposal was that it failed to do the very thing that 17.4 million people voted for in June 2016: deliver Brexit.

On the contrary, it would have kept Britain in what Boris Johnson has called a “vassal state” as a “colony” of the European Union.

Remainers often try to claim that the 17.4 million people who voted Brexit didn’t know what they were voting for.

But one thing’s for certain: what they weren’t voting for was “more of the same EU regulation and meddling and constrictions, only without any of the ‘influence’ or respect.” …

A high proportion of the UK Conservative Pary has been trained to be PC by the media.

Quite the best piece I’ve read on this subject was one Allister Heath wrote in the Telegraph the other day:

“The appalling reality is that Jeremy Corbyn is on the brink of power and the Tories have only themselves to blame. They have failed, and disappointed, and failed again. Their party itself is a dysfunctional shell. Few understand what it stands for. …

“Mayite Tories thus market themselves as slightly better managerialists, mercenaries capable of implementing the fashionable nostrums of the moment …

“Is it any wonder that nobody, but nobody, can muster any enthusiasm for such a sorry show? Fear of a Labour Party that wants to seize private property and cosy up to Iranian mullahs and anti-Semites, yes, there’s plenty of that, which explains why the parties are level-pegging – but love or excitement for the Tory “vision”? Nada.” …

Well I guarantee you one thing. If the Conservatives go into their next general election campaigning on the kind of centre ground sell-out positions like the ones outlined by Heath above, then it’s “Hello Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn.” (And “Hello, gulag” for the likes of me).

hat-tip Scott of the Pacific