The Article 50 debate

The first reading is still being debated and already a list of undemocratic MP’s is forming.
The question is what will the people do with this knowledge after the vote tomorrow.

I suppose what it all boils down to is this:-
When you vote a representative in, are you voting for a person to speak for you and follow your wishes, or one who ignore you will follow the politics of their party or their own theories?

As for now all sides of the political spectrum are hopelessly divided so does it actually matter what the MP’s politics are or what they think?

To me not at all. The people voted in a legal referendum and the majority of UK citizens wanted Brexit. End of story, the people have spoken.

The politicians can’t do anything else but let Article 50 start and for Brexit to run its course. To do anything else is a total collapse of the democratic process and betrayal of the people’s voice. Thus the lie that some fool called democracy is finished.

Our monarch, the Queen, MUST then step in and take back governance of Great Britain.
Failure to do so could cause the country to dissolve into civil war.

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3 Responses to The Article 50 debate

  1. Brittius says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    King Nigel?? Hmmm…

  2. equippedcat says:

    Interesting to see which of the U.S. or the U.K descends into civil war first. The thing is, most of your complaints about government treatment of citizens seem more fully realized; a lot of our complaints seem to be artificially amplified. But the handwriting is on the wall and it probably will not be too long before the government excesses reach a level commensurate with yours.

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