For those with poor reception, a post-Brexit Britain explained


Yes, there are many well-made plans for what happens after June 30th 2018. This is just one of them

meglycinessnipWith just 72 hours to go before B-Day, it seems pretty clear that our Great Punter in the straw boater has noticed the trend among everyone from Waspy women to steel men in favour of voting Leave as the most immediate way of getting rid of him. And with this in mind, the man doing stunts and surrounded by Hunts has declared – with the authority attaching to him as Official School Bully – to “stay on whatever the result”. The Slog suggests how and why David Cameron can achieve this goal….by returning to his ancestral roots.

Here at Slogger’s Roost, some of our best brains have been on the case of how best to present the transition from Camerlot via Brexit to England during the two years following June 23rd. I have put them onto this task because the one flaw in the Prime Minister’s ‘decision’ to stay on (and thus thwart our real goal) is a small thing called the Conservative & Unionist Party.

While the tradition in the Labour Party is to maintain fierce loyalty to any leader however inept, the more Roman tradition among the Tories is to stab every loser in the front at the earliest possible opportunity. There will be even more bloody Ides after the Referendum vote, because whatever the result, on June 4th the Conservative parliamentary Party will become ungovernable – peopled as it will be by hardline eurosceptics, Theresa May, and the People’s Centurian Maximus Borisconibum – a key hero of the capture of London by the Wall Street legions of Aurum in Sacculis.

The fortunes of Bullingdon Man are in decline: only a thumping defeat for the Out campaign will save the hides of Dave and George, and it’s pretty clear that this is not going to happen. By the middle of July, in terms of genuine governance and clarity of leadership, Westminster is going to be a mess. By September at the very latest, Cameron will face a leadership challenge….and the Government itself charges of a serious nature relating to electoral skullduggery. Being by now a formidable Party in England, the SNP will continue to harrass an already traumatised Government; and if Waspi can inject some fire into its leadership, there is a decent chance that the Great Pension Heist on 1950’s women could be reversed.

But the as yet unseen irony here is that the Tories, Corbynite Labour and the SNP will all be on the same side – ie, both cut off from the maternalist EU Nazi in whose bosom they are still so happy to nestle.

My vision is therefore this. The Dark Knights of Camerlot would rather anyone other than Boris Johnson took over the reins of the Party, and they will work assiduously to pervert our increasingly flimsy parliamentary democracy to get what they want…situation normal. This will not be possible in the London borough of Westminster, because electorate patience will be wearing thin. Nor will the survival of Corbyn be on the cards: the man surely to be fingered by the Blairites as the man who let down the Establishment will also face a challenge – as I say, a first for Labour, because he will clearly be seen by the Burnhams and Coopers of this world as a suitable resting place for daggers.

However, many in all corners of the House will applaud the suggestion that follows.

Unable to keep either the Kingdom or the European mainland as a Union, the Whiteminster legislator-bureaucrat europhile complex should decamp en masse to Edinburgh, and found the Neoliberal National Socialist Party, or Neo-Nasis for short.

There the duopoly of Tory Blairites and Scottish Nationalists could have an electoral  bunfight every five years, enjoy their favoured irrelevant policy debates, and eventually become a significantly peripheral region of Wolfie Schäuble’s Fiskalunion running the newly formed SHAEF (2025) GmBh – The Supremely Hanseatic Americo-European Federation. The London Square Mile would of course emigrate lock, stock and barrel north of the Border. After a brief period of indecision, Boris Johnson would relocate there, and be elected Mayor of Glasgow….waiting as ever for his chance to pounce.

It would be just like old times.

This would leave England free to enjoy regular and lively electoral contests between the Corbyn Democratic People’s Communist Party, the Brighton Bonghead Green Alliance, and the rapidly growing BECORAS – Benthamite Communitarian Radicals.

The eventually victorious BECORAS could then turn Whiteminster into a theme park, while devolving all power down fifty communities. As the English Localist Republic it would  in time link up with Portugal, Ireland, Greece and Hungary to form the European Economic Communitarians….or EEC.

And we would all live happily ever after. Perhaps.

At the weekend Slog: How the UK media used the suspension of campaigning to campaign harder than ever for Remain

38 thoughts on “For those with poor reception, a post-Brexit Britain explained

  1. I think Cameron’s days are numbered, as are Gideons too. Whatever the result is on Friday 24th there will be some very big changes coming to all parties soon. It will be interesting to see what Farage does in the event of remain win, or remain lose..
    I somehow can’t see this issue going away quietly if the remain camp wins the day. I was suprised to read many opinions both on social media and in the ‘popular’ press about just how cynical the remain group have been in capitalising on Jo Cox’s death, it might just backfire on them.
    Also I was not surprised to read that MP’s ignored a petition with 230,000 signatures on it for a re-think on the foriegn aid budget.
    Democracy eh? Forget it, it died along with decency, honesty and integrity.

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  2. I was rather hoping that Cameldung returning to his roots would involve him being buried under a few million cubic metres of Saharan sand.

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  3. @ kfc. You are absolutely correct. The electorate may number 44 million, but only 60 percent will show up on Thursday. The result will please nobody, least of all the 100,000 Conservative party members, who, in due course, will vote on the replacement for CMD, who has halved party membership! The ‘heir to Blair’, and his Gordon Brown borrowing machine Chancellor ,will be history. There will be a second referendum, but unlike the Irish, for example, the result will be right. Island nations are what they are.


  4. The vote will almost certainly be for remain and we all know it will be achieved via electronic fraud. The population will do nothing other than wait for their planned demise. After all, that’s how they have always behaved to date.

    The EU needs the UK for many reasons, all of which are motives for the UK to get out of the EU. Here’s a couple none of our politicians dare speak of:
    1. Eurozone banks are in serious trouble. Deutsche bank’s derivative exposure alone is enough to wipe out Europe. UK bank coffers are far healthier than most European banks so Britain cannot be allowed to get away from the coming shitfest.
    2. The neocons are determined to ignite a war between NATO and Russia. As Britain is a nuclear power, she is needed to bolster NATO’s aggression against Putie. If Brexit were to take place, NATO would unravel and the war would likely be prevented.

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  5. If there is a Remain win, Cameron will bring Boris Johnson into the Cabinet almost immediately and make it clear he is his favoured choice for next prime minister. The eurosceptics will celebrate, thinking their time might yet come, when in fact they have merely have been fobbed off again by the establishment. Johnson and Gove will be presented as the voice of euroscepticism, while the real eurosceptics, who are not part of the establishment, will be made scapegoats for having lost the campaign – it’s already happening with the fuss over Farage’s poster. The establishment wins again which was always part of the plan.


  6. There is a rotten stench in the air and you can almost feel the resignation of those in the Leave camp to the way things have moved since Jo Cox’s murder. Before that I’d have put money on BREXIT but not now.

    As I previously said on here. The (Worldwide) Establishment would do ANYTHING to ensure a remain vote.

    It stinks.

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  7. “and we all know it will be achieved via electronic fraud.”
    That’s a new one on me, I always thought the ballot was counted by hand .

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  8. I would love to think that the two most egregious posh boys, Cameron and Osborne, would be on the slippery slope rather soon. More likely, I think. is a remain vote with a majority of perhaps 10%, meaning that our two crude PR propagandists will stay drawing their salaries from the UK rather than swapping to Brussels. For the moment.

    Things have to change in the UK. Cameron has to stop his astonishing lying about immigration, and also explain why half of the net figure is from outside the EU. Why do we have to let in so many people who there is no outside obligation to accept? Osborne has to realise that there will be life after the next election, and start figuring out how to finance our rather plump state while being 40th on the GDP per capita – income – rankings. Yes, 40th! That’s why we have so much trouble with our economy.

    Nobody ever mentions the income side of our national equation, let alone its obvious inadequacy. Labour can only think redistribution, and the Tories want more income, but only for themselves and cronies. Whatever happens on Thursday, we have to focus on productivity, and ideally on the non-financial sector of the economy. And put a stop to ever-growing borrowings.

    A likely outcome of the referendum is a lot of very unhappy voters. From such fertile territory come new parties. Watch out Labour and Tories alike. You may well be in for a surprise. See Spain, for example. Podemos, Cuidadanos, Unidos Podemos… all chewing away at the traditional parties of PP (right) and PSOE (left). The times they are a’changin’.

    Don’t turn down that Brussels job yet…

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  9. we could win by a 2 to 1 margin and there is still no chance of us getting free of the EU/US domination… to do that requires something more… (remain have ordered the champagne because its all arranged.)


  10. Right on Skirmish. Are we right in thinking that a Tory Remain grandee allegedly has a company which is contracted to count the votes? Stink or what? To paraphrase jovial Joe Stalin……. “Who cares which way the people vote, I count the votes!”

    More stink now emerging amongst respected US researchers, about the Cox thing. Worth looking at Abel Danger, James Corbett, PaulCraigRoberts .

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  11. they have not tackled immigration from out side the EU because they need those slaves. Hunt is about to import 600 Dr’s to fill the gap of those deserting the profession,to attempt to flood the market,weakening any power they might hold ,in time for the corporate take over of GP services. Its already well underway in dentistry and even the bearded balloonist has over 300 hospital contracts. Its happening in the paramedic services ,the blood services ,every where ,the drip drip effect of privatisation.
    Anyway the battle isn’t over yet. A remain win will see tory support being decimated (probably either way) with the potential for the forming of some form of new party to carry on the fight. If its close we will see a possible non recognition of the result but that would be very dangerous. Passions are high at the moment

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  12. Got my 1500W vacuum cleaner and four slice toaster ready to hand in just as soon as they declare an amnesty, hoping to keep the hair dryer though, get it de-activated and hung on the wall as a souvenir of what could have been.


  13. Too convenient.
    “Mrs Cox had worked on Obama’s 2008 presidential election campaign before she became MP for Batley and Spen. “President Obama offered his sincere condolences on behalf of the American people to Mr Cox and his two young children, as well as to her friends, colleagues and constituents,” a White House statement said.”

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  14. Meanwhile a petition has been organised recommending Bernard Kenny, the pensioner who apparently intervened and sustained an abdominal wound, for the George Cross.

    “The Cabinet Office must make it so as quickly as possible, so that our nation’s thoughts are on love and bravery rather than hate and fear.”

    Conveniently, both Mr Kenny’s and Mrs Cox’s birthdays are on Wednesday. It’s a stitch-up, all right.


  15. Appeared on our Toytown Germany forum:

    “This could be true today if some people have their way. (Not Daily Mail readers however);

    The Royal Navy is proud to announce its new fleet of Type 45 destroyers:
    Having initially named the first two ships HMS Daring and HMS Dauntless, the Naming Committee has, after intensive pressure from the European Union in Brussels, renamed them HMS Cautious and HMS Prudence. The next five ships are to be HMS Empathy, HMS Circumspect, HMS Nervous, HMS Timorous and HMS Apologist.

    Costing £850 million each, they comply with the very latest employment, equality, health & safety and human rights laws.

    The Royal Navy fully expects any future enemy to be jolly decent and to comply with the same high standards of b_ehaviour.

    The new user-friendly crow’s nest has excellent wheelchair access.

    Live ammunition has been replaced with paint-balls to reduce the risk of anyone getting hurt and to cut down on the number of compensation claims.

    Stress counsellors and lawyers will be on board, as will a full sympathetic industrial tribunal .

    The crew will be 50/50 men and women, and will contain the correct balance of race, gender, sexuality and disability.

    Sailors will only work a maximum of 37 hours per week as per Brussels Rules on Working Hours, even in wartime.

    All the vessels are equipped with a maternity ward, a crèche and a gay disco.

    Tobacco will be banned throughout the ship, but recreational cannabis will be allowed in wardrooms and messes. The Royal Navy is eager to shed its traditional reputation for “Rum, sodomy and the lash” so out has gone the rum ration, replaced by sparkling water. Sodomy remains, but is now extended to include all ratings under 18. The lash will still be available on request.

    Saluting of officers is now considered elitist and has been replaced by “Hello Sailor”.

    All information on notice boards will be in 37 different languages and Braille. Crew members will now no longer have to ask permission to grow beards and/or moustaches. This applies equally to female

    The MoD is inviting suggestions for a “non-specific” flag because the White Ensign may offend minorities. The Union Jack must never be seen.

    The newly re-named HMS Cautious will be commissioned shortly by Captain Hook from the Finsbury Park Mosque who will break a petrol bomb over the hull. She will gently slide into the sea as the Royal Marines Band plays the Village People’s “In the Navy”. Her first deployment will be to escort boatloads of illegal immigrants to ports on England ‘s south coast.

    The Prime Minister said, “Our ships reflect the very latest in modern thinking and they will always be able to comply with any new legislation from Brussels.”His final words were, “Britannia waives the rules.””


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  16. Jeremy; you forgot only one thing, the political officer from Goldbag Socks to arrange dances. Otherwise, the tears, the stomach flailing as I laugh, +1

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  17. John, nothing has changed except the sad death of JO Cox, if all the leavers vote on Thursday there is always a chance of pulling the impossible off, maybe, just maybe the remainers are blowing their trumpet to soon, Minds were made up a while ago so I am doubting that the puplic will be duped once again, we shall see, for me I will vote out on Thursday, even if the PM is “don in”


  18. The entire British Parliament breaks down in tears in remembrance.

    Forget the millions who gave their lives ….. to produce thie. Remember only the one who gave her life to ensure the survival of ….. who knows what to come.

    Are the sheep really that stupid ?

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  19. Will Straw, the executive director of Britain Stronger In Europe, also gave supporters details of a new closing argument for the final hours of the Referendum campaign to reflect the “new context that we’re in” in the wake of the murder of the Labour MP last week.

    In a leaked private telephone conference call, Mr Straw said that “it is now time to make a very positive case for why we want to be in the European Union”.

    “We need to recognise that people have been pulled up short by Jo Cox’s death and it is now time to make a very positive case for why we want to be in the European Union… to call out the other side for what they have done to stir division and resentment in the UK. That is something we must all do… This is what we think is the closing argument of the campaign, reflecting all the arguments that we have been setting out for many months but also the new context that we’re in. What we want to say is people should vote Remain on Thursday for more jobs, lower prices, workers’ rights, stronger public services and a decent, tolerant United Kingdom.”

    Who really pulled the trigger which killed the sacrificial lamb ?

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  20. Newsflash – Monday 21:00 – Downing Street announces that Bernard Kenny is to be awarded the George Cross.
    Newsflash – Tuesday 07:00 – Bernard Kenny announces his switch from Leave to supporting Remain.
    Any connection between these two events is purely coincidental.


  21. @KFC1404

    BREMAIN wins think that is obvious reckon 60%+ now to preserve parliament and 70%+ is even better so Cameron gets to run round shouted look I united the nation! Still voting BREXIT here though, on the principle of no democracy.

    Look on the bright side though :-) the faster they sell out the last dregs of this democracy the quicker the current system will implode on itself and we can remove those running the show to build a new one.

    Now provided the system uses democracy (as the EU did not) in the new construction and make sure all the current elites / oligarchs are excluded it will last as before for a long time. They are excluded because they break the democratic rules and for no other reason.

    I hear you Cromwell, the king would just not be democratic it was using the divine right like Cameron and Osborne that did it for you. Sorry elites, you got to go, not desired nor wanted the next time round, you can work with the far left, far right if democratic just not the thieves and tyrants AKA the Camerons and Osbornes of this world who undermine every facet of democracy.

    Looks promising if done right next time round.

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  22. JW

    On B-Day can you put up a simple story … how did you vote but more importantly why.

    The reason is so others can understand how they voted and why.


  23. No names mentioned, but it is the trait of the present day politcian and their well bribed and pensioned up buddies, to assume everybody else lacks understanding, even regards their own actions.


  24. America having destabilised the middle east is fighting a proxy war there with Russia. America is using a compliant EU to threaten and encircle Russia under the guise of non existent Russian threats. If Russia , who is not the aggressor here, is pushed too far it will retaliate. If we leave the EU probably others will follow. A broken EU will thwart American plans. If the random act of violence by one person affects the outcome of Thursdays vote it will be a re-run of Sarajevo, with the inevitable eventual outcome.


  25. Skirmish, there seems to be a lot about Jo Cox’s death that is just too convenient. Your link is just another one.


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