BREXIT: TIME TO KILL THE PARROT

Camparrot

Beautiful plumage, yer Westminster Blue

Will the real David Cameron please stand up?

mesnipNo, he won’t. There is no real David Cameron, and he will never stand up for us, because there is nothing he stands for. He will put up with anything if there’s money in it, and on that dimension there’s nothing he wouldn’t stand for in order to get it.

 

He is a parrot. His feet have been nailed to the perch of his gilded cage to make him seem a thoroughly upright sort of chap, but he is ethically dead. His morals have ceased to be. He is no more than what he started out as, which was less than nothing. He is a soon-to-be ex-Prime Minister who was never more than a parrot.

He is not a resting parrot, he is a parrot who should be arrested. He is an abbreviation for a parrot, that is, a pr. He  could not even get a leg up on a level playing field without using his ghastly mother-in-law to get him a job. He is a bird of staggeringly little brain, and in that respect is the heir to Blair by being a featherweight dinosaur whose bird-calls of big society, high speed trains and safe Health Services are so much bollocks.

He would sell his kingdom for a bourse.

He would sell Waspis down the river.

He would sell the National Anthem for a song.

He will sell us out.

He is past his sell-by date.

He should be sold off for lapdog food.

But soon enough, he will be marketed and repackaged as an Elder Statesman.
If you are of the leftwards persuasion, voting Brexit will make Cameron’s fall from power a certainty….and most of Camerlot with him. On the way, however, the Conservative Party will be ruptured, and a coordinated Labour/SNP opposition will be able to keep what’s left of the Government on close watch 24/7. Britain will not sign the TTIP,  which would transfer yet more power from labour to capital. We can continue to trade with Europe (German exports would collapse without us anyway), realign ourselves with the Commonwealth and emerging nations, and retrain Britain’s lost generation to revitalise UK manufacturing exports.
Alistair ‘he makes it all up’ Campbell has been asking Brexiteers where the plan is. Well, that’s it. And if you think it’s not possible, then take a look at Iceland.
Right, that’s that sorted. Good morning, by the way. It’s 12°, grey and drizzly here; tomorrow is the 1st of June. Vote Brexit, and you will never have to salute Camerlot or eat sprouts again. The weather will get better, Waspis will get pensions, England will win the World Cup, Katie Hopkins will vapourise, and then there will be three wise men from Leyton Orient and a new star in the evening sky.
You have my word as a non-politician on all of this.

28 thoughts on “BREXIT: TIME TO KILL THE PARROT

  1. You was doing so well until the three wise men from Leyton Orient,(Barry Hearn,Barry Hearn and Barry Hearn)

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  2. Sorry your weather is poor John here in the west coast of Scotland the sun is shining and if the forecast is to be believed it will be sunshine through to Sunday. That will be more days of sunshine than we had the whole of last summer.
    Many years ago when I worked for Saudi Aramco I used to go diving in the Red sea and the Persian Gulf, one of the best things I ever saw was believe it or not was a Cuttlefish. I sat watching it on the sea bottom for ages while it changed through a wide range of colours and also through a series of radiating patterns of colour change which were amazing to watch.
    Here we are years later and we have a PM in Cameron who does a first class impression of a Cuttlefish , constantly changing and adapting his camouflage so you never know what he stands for, but he has one trick the Cuttlefish does not have he can lie with absolute sincerity and without a backwards glance.
    That’s why Brexit is so vital, it frees us of both Europe and Cameron, win win in my sunny world( at the moment).

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  3. Thanks for the excellent article JW with me guffawing as I read it. For sure your comments are deadly serious & true, but humour is a wonderful thing.
    As an aside, I’m delighted that Tim Martin has made a stand in favour of ‘out’. We need more of his ilk.
    John I find it puzzling that more criticism isn’t made of the failed economics of the EU & it’s high unemployment?

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  4. Journalists know full well who the ‘real’ David Cameron is – a stooge working for the banks and foreign interests. But as this is exactly what most journalists are doing too, they’re employed to pretend to be slow learners so we don’t twig until his time is up.

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  5. ‘The heir to Blair’ comes to mind, not to mention Alastair Campbell, when it comes to ‘spinning’, as the HMG machine produces economic forecasts for 2030, whilst ignoring its own failure to balance the books by 2015,and producing 2 ‘omnishambles’ budgets. CMD will go down in history as an OE version of Ted Heath.

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  6. I am deliberately leaving the rear of my white van unwashed for this.
    One more week and we should be good to go.

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  7. the machinery to keep the uk as part of the EU was decided long before the referendum was announced. the vote is just a safety valve to placate those who have very little say in affairs. Habeus corpus was the power given under ‘magna carta’ to order the government to produce a prisoner and justify his detention in open court. It has been silently discarded by both government and so called ministry of justice.. There was little talk of it because the clerks in the high court refer complaints to the admin court. these courts have pretend judges who do not preside on their oath. its a stage act wherein they are protected by parliament. this means they do not have to follow the law as all of us have to do.
    So after the referendum and people vote to leave we sigh with relief and leave it to the politicos to get on with it. now parliament will vote for the bill waiting in the wings. when heath signed us into the EU his chief law officer Lord Kilmuir was asked about the legal implications he WROTE that giving away our sovereignty to others would be illegal. Heath signed us in anyway then misled parliament. the letter the Lord Chancellor wrote was hidden under the 30 year rule. read….. http://freenations.net/kilmuir-letter-petition-commons-debate/ Everyone in power knows about it but dare not talk about the implications of all these shenanigans .. the only way forward i can see is to sign the petition mentioned and get the letter into the public domain.. then .. we may get away from all the false treaties we have signed which will stop us leaving even if we all vote to. .. that is after we have got passed the postal voting fraud which is now under way… whew!! thats enough for now but please sign the petition…

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  8. There is a story that UK citizens have received hidden voting instructions to ‘bremain’ in a postal mailer. Seems to have started a small fire.

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  9. @Brian

    Perhaps you refer to this?

    Borderline corruption, by dirty little pocket Kim Jong Uns. Of course they’re all sorry now its too late, as usual.

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  10. @yorkie mark….. the grauniad link does not work.. is there one that does or have they been told to take it down….its down..

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  11. @Wulfric: As I wrote yesterday to my father (who is voting BREXIT): The postal vote reminded me of the Nazi voting paper … here:

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