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    No Deal a Certainty Either Now or After Election - No 10 Source.


    A Number 10 source has said that even if there is a delay or a general election, there will be a no-deal, clean-break Brexit.



    The source told The Spectator in a statement —believed to have been written by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s senior advisor Dominic Cummings — that negotiations with the EU are going to collapse this week.


    Last Wednesday, Prime Minister Johnson sent an alternative deal to EU leaders which removes the Irish backstop. The Downing Street insider said that Ireland and Germany are most likely to block the deal. He added: “Those who think [German Chancellor Angela] Merkel will help us are deluded.”


    Just this morning, a Downing Street source said the German chancellor had indicated that a Brexit deal is “overwhelmingly unlikely”. They said the message was that the UK could not come out of the EU “without leaving Northern Ireland behind in a customs union and in full alignment forever”.


    The Spectator source said that Ireland’s prime minister, Leo Varadkar, “wants to gamble on a second referendum” and is “encouraging Barnier to stick to the line that the UK cannot leave the EU without leaving Northern Ireland behind”.


    “If this deal dies in the next few days, then it won’t be revived,” the source stated. He also explained that Number 10 is taking legal advice on getting around the Benn Act which forces the prime minister to ask for a Brexit extension to stop a clean break.


    An extension of Article 50 can only be approved unanimously by the EU-27, and the source made clear that supporting a delay would be viewed as “hostile interference in domestic politics”. Those countries that reject an extension “will go the front of the queue for future cooperation” post-Brexit, while those “who support delay will go to the bottom of the queue”.


    However, the high-level source could not rule out that there would be an extension to Article 50 to January 31st, 2020, but said that such a delay would be “totally pointless”. “They think now that if there is another delay we will keep coming back with new proposals. This won’t happen. We’ll either leave with no deal on 31 October or there will be an election and then we will leave with no deal,” they said.


    “Any delay will in effect be negotiated between you, Parliament, and the courts — we will wash our hands of it, we won’t engage in further talks,” he said. “We will focus on winning the election on a manifesto of immediately revoking the entire EU legal order without further talks, and then we will leave,” the source said, adding that anti-Brexit campaigners and Remainer MPs will only succeed in “uniting the leave vote” and helping the Tories win the election, leading to “a no-deal Brexit. History is full of such ironies and tragedies.”


    While he predicts that the Remainers’ sabotage will only work to galvanise Leavers, a ComRes survey for The Telegraph revealed that the public would blame Parliament, Remainer MPs, and Brussels more than the prime minister if there is another Brexit delay.


    Recent polling from Opinium for the Observer gave the Conservatives a 15-point lead over Labour. The Tories gained two points, taking them to 38%, since party conference season, while the Remain-backing Labour is on 23% and the Liberal Democrats on 15%.



    The Irish PM - Moslem loving gay boy - really thinks he can annex NI for the German Empire. Maybe time to invade the Irish Republic.
    The Spectator source said that Ireland’s prime minister, Leo Varadkar, “wants to gamble on a second referendum” and is “encouraging Barnier to stick to the line that the UK cannot leave the EU without leaving Northern Ireland behind.”


    Ireland has been hostile and ruthless when the UK needed assistance. They should be made an example of. Their economy should be broken, and their leadership hung out to dry.


    Where's that £14 billion they owe us?



    No 10 Source: No Deal a Certainty Either Now or After Election

    08 X 2019.

    British taxpayers funded Ireland's £14bn bail-out - Telegraph 19/01/2013.



    The gay Indian was installed as leader to behave just as he’s doing. Afterwards he’ll get a position in the EU, the UN, or the IMF.

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    If true then this is excellent news but Dominic Cummings has made these sort of comments before and his optimism has seldom been justified.

    I'll only believe it on November 1st!

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    Hurrah for Chancellor Merkel – Saviour of Brexit.


    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has just gifted the United Kingdom a No Deal Brexit. (Thank you, Mutti!)



    Heaven knows whether this is what Merkel intended to do when she let it be known that a Brexit deal is ‘overwhelmingly unlikely’.


    But this, surely, will be the net effect of her intransigence.


    If Merkel has removed a ‘deal’ from the table, then it follows logically that the only remaining option is ‘No Deal.’

    I’ve seen ‘experts’ on social media – usually ones of a Remainer-ish persuasion – describing this as a ‘catastrophic failure of diplomacy.’ I disagree. It looks much more to me like a case of ‘Everything going according to plan.’ At least it is, if like me, you want real, meaningful Brexit to happen. One of the things the more sharp-eyed among you may have noticed in the three and a half years since the Brexit referendum — and in the fraught negotiations preceding it — is that the European Union is not remotely interested in striking an equitable or even mutually beneficial deal with the United Kingdom.


    All along – and people like the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier have been perfectly frank about this – the sole purpose of the EU’s dealings with regards to Brexit have been to humiliate and bully the United Kingdom.


    There’s nothing personal about this. (Well, not much). It’s simply like this: if you allow one prisoner to escape without being shot, then all the others will expect to be able to escape without being shot. So, better to shoot the first escaping prisoner good and dead to make sure none of the other prisoners are tempted to make that foolish bid for freedom.


    On the British side of the equation, meanwhile, any attempts to negotiate the Brexit that the majority of people want have been stymied by an entrenched Establishment congenitally predisposed towards Remain. This Remainer Establishment has tried – with some success – to make the terms on which Britain leaves so awful that everyone has second thoughts and realises that it would have been better to Remain all along.


    All this is very obvious, I’m not pretending otherwise. But I think sometimes we become so embroiled in details that it’s worth taking a step back and looking at the bigger picture. It’s certainly why I’ve always been, perhaps naively, confident that what we’re going to get is a No Deal Brexit.


    And also why much cleverer analysts, such as veteran economist Dr Ruth Lea, have been predicting the same. A few months ago, Lea put a 75 percent probability on a No Deal Brexit. And she has an excellent track record with her predictions: she was one of the few who predicted a positive outcome from Britain’s departure, in 1992, from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism. She also correctly called out Gordon Brown on his disastrous deficit spending policies. And she has been a vocal critic of the Remainer Establishment’s Project Fear.



    What is Ruth Lea’s special skill? The same, I think, as that of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s senior advisor Dominic Cummings – to spot the blindingly obvious when everyone else is running around like headless chickens.


    The European Union is our enemy and can be relied on unfailingly to act like our enemy under all circumstances.

    What, therefore, is the canniest option when facing such an intractable opponent?

    Why to use his intractability against him, of course!



    Boris – in his sweetly optimistic way – probably imagined that somehow he could engineer a congenial Brexit by jollying along all the competing parties and steering everyone to some kind of compromise deal which would get somehow get accepted by the EU and voted through by parliament. I’m quite sure that Cummings never entertained such a fantasy. On the ‘accepted by the EU’ front, especially, it would fly in the face of everything that has ever happened ever. Merkel is not, of course, herself an EU functionary. But she thinks like the EU and she acts very much with the EU’s interests in mind.


    There was a fascinating example of this earlier this year in the BBC’s fascinating documentary Inside Europe: 10 Years of Turmoil when we were shown then-Prime Minister David Cameron going round Europe with his begging bowl to try to persuade the various EU member state leaders to give him something, anything to incentivize the British people not to vote Brexit.


    He failed, of course.


    In one scene, Merkel was shown keeping him waiting late into the night. (She appears to need little sleep). This is a common EU tactic – the idea being, of course, to wear your opponent down until he gratefully seizes whatever gristly, rancid, flyblown morsel you care to toss him.


    She got away with it with Dave. She won’t get away with it with Boris who has sensed that, for all his squeamishness about confrontation, the British people are fully behind him and that this is his moment.


    Angela Merkel has done Brexit an enormous favour. It has made the British more determined than ever to get the hardest Brexit possible (for which self-respecting Briton wants to be told by the Germans what they can and cannot have). And it is going to force Boris to do the right thing.






    A lot of folk living near the border are praying for a hard border. They made so much money from smuggling in the past and would be only too happy to have another bite of the cherry.


    I'm pretty certainly too old to see it, but by 2050 there will be a united Ireland with Irish MPs in Westminster.


    a United British Isles....


    I think the stumbling block is the peculiar nature of Britain - an offshore island, whose people have the insular mentally of offshore islanders (the Japanese are another example of the situation). We have a very distinct history from Europe, with a very distinct system of law (the common law). Added to which is the great sea-change that came with the victory of Parliament in the Civil War, and the development of open and free institutions. For example, in the 18th century the British developed an open law-making system that responded to the voters wishes. On the continent, though, the absolutist regimes of the time developed secret law-making by committees working behind closed doors (Prussian cameralism). This is the law-making system in use by the EU today. For these, and a host of other reasons, I believe the EU is fundamentally incompatible with Britain.



    Hurrah for Chancellor Merkel – Saviour of Brexit!

    08 X 2019.


    There are No Advantages of being a member of the EU.

    The sooner the EU is destroyed the better.

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    If true, this is absolutely scandalous!!!


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    Corbyn has turned his back on his beliefs



    Why has this Bennite Eurosceptic become so anti-Brexit?



    Back in the early Nineties, a younger, beardier Jeremy Corbyn would stand up in the House of Commons and say things like this, from 1993: ‘Does my honourable friend [then Labour leader John Smith] recognise that the imposition of a bankers’ Europe on the people of this continent will endanger the cause of socialism in the United Kingdom and in any other country?’


    For decades this was typical of the now Labour leader’s view of Europe: the EU was an ‘imposition’ on Britain and a ‘danger’ to its people – adjectives straight from the lexicon of today’s Brexiteers. He rightly thought that transferring more and more power to Brussels represented a serious obstacle to the socialist agenda he and his fellow Labour leftists, including his mentor Tony Benn, yearned to pursue in Britain.



    Fast forward almost three decades, and the greyer, more smartly dressed Corbyn is within a whisker of No10. But the assertive anti-EU statements have made way for something more insipid — namely, a political skill which is best described as ‘tactical equivocation’. By feigning indecision on whether he’s for Leave or Remain, he is trying to reconcile the pro-EU grassroots support that made him leader with his lifelong Euroscepticism. The man of iron-leftist and Bennite principle has been hamstrung by realpolitik, or so the story goes.



    I propose a different reading of Corbyn’s Brexit position.



    To listen to Corbyn in the House of Commons today is to hear a man whose conviction has waned. He warns of a ‘race to the bottom on standards’, and the creation of a ‘tax haven off the coast of Europe’, which he claims the Tories will pursue in the event of a No Deal Brexit. And he helps design traps to prevent the government being able to negotiate properly for a deal, including taking No Deal off the table through the so-called ‘Benn Act’, a grotesquely ironic nickname for an anti-Brexit law that would have Tony spinning in his grave.


    It is a spectacular volte face on Corbyn’s part. The man who might once have championed the socialist possibilities of a nation outside the bankers’ Europe has now turned his back on precisely those possibilities. He has aligned himself with those who fear that, if the British once again govern themselves, the liberal orthodoxy will come under real electoral scrutiny.



    After Brexit, these policy areas will become fair electoral game, the objects of debate and argument – and this scares the living daylights out of Remain MPs. They know, in their heart of hearts, that voters have had enough of some of this stuff. Power returning to Westminster is therefore a dangerous proposition – for the first time in years, the high priests of liberal metropolitanism know they might not be able to hang on to it. Without the EU to cordon off policymaking areas from the influence of the electorate, precious aspects of Remainers’ worldview will finally be up for debate. Hence they are doing anything and everything to preserve the EU-endorsed status quo.



    This is why they routinely write off Brexit voters as bigots and racists because some had the temerity to object to high levels of immigration. This is why they collude with EU technocrats to bind the hands of their own nation’s negotiators. This is why they call for a second referendum, with Remain on the ballot paper, to silence and override the decision of the electorate.



    It is this scrutiny that today’s Remainiac defenders of the status quo have long been able to avoid. For decades, a whole range of policy positions on anything from freedom of movement to climate change have all been the preserve of the EU. This has meant that too many politicians have grown comfortable not having to argue for these positions. The EU has stood as a buffer between MPs and the electorate, because parliament can just say: ‘We don’t have any say over it anyway.’



    All of which makes Corbyn’s waning of conviction and subsequent alliance with Remain so tragic. He hasn’t reconciled his past Euroscepticism with the demands of a Remainer-dominated Labour Party. No, he has turned against everything he once stood for. His great idol Tony Benn often said there are five essential questions to be asked of those in power, one of which was, ‘How do we get rid of you?’. Corbyn, the Remainer MPs and all those seeking to preserve the EU’s power over us now have one answer: ‘You can’t.’




    Corbyn has turned his back on his beliefs - spiked-online.com

    09 X 2019.


    Corbyn, SNP, Bercow, Swinson and former PM Blair: all collaborating with the EU enemy but the MSM won’t ever say that.

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    Brexit: Loyalists Warn of ‘Bombs in Limerick’ if Boris Abandons Northern Ireland to EU


    Members of loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have threatened action if Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal devalues the status of Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom.




    Speaking to The Times on Sunday, well-known loyalist Robert Girvan said: “I can’t see loyalism of any strand just walking into a situation where there is any type of economic union with the Irish Republic. I was talking to someone who said we’ll see how hard the border is if bombs start going off in Limerick.”


    He went on to say: “This is not empty rhetoric. When a loyalist says ‘over my dead body’, they mean it. The dog is in the trap and we are waiting to see when the hare will be released.”


    At issue are the rumoured customs and regulatory checks on the Irish Sea in Boris Johnson’s latest attemptat striking a deal with the European Union. Loyalists in Northern Ireland believe this is a move that would align their economy more with Dublin than London, which they feel could lead to a united Ireland.


    Threats of violence harken back to the times of ‘The Troubles’, a conflict that consumed Northern Ireland by terrorists in favour of Irish unification and to a lesser degree loyalist paramilitary groups like the Ulster Volunteer Force and Ulster Defence Association (UDA).


    A member of the UDA told The Times: “Boris Johnson has shafted the loyalist people of Northern Ireland. The Democratic Unionist Party [DUP] are not the only people Boris should be consulting.”







    Ireland was lost to the communist dictatorship of the EU the minute it was tricked into 2nd referendums - and then to make matters worse the EU installed Leo Varadkar the stooge. Wakey wakey time!


    They would be better off guarding the border as the EU is bound to send the contents of the rapefugee camps in Northern France to the Republic of Ireland and let them trudge across the border into the UK.


    This is another example of the EUSSR shamelessly stirring up an ethnic conflict for its own ends, see also the Balkans and Ukraine.

    it shows the danger to the EU if they get a United Ireland. I seriously doubt these Loyalists will stop with Southern Ireland and leave Brussels alone.




    Brexit: Loyalists Warn of ‘Bombs in Limerick’ if Boris Abandons Northern Ireland to EU

    15 X 2019.


    Can't see any threat to Limerick.


    The Ulster ‘Loyalists’ know that a hits in Europe like the Baltic Exchange bombing or the 1996 Docklands bombing would be the way to go. They're experienced, committed and are far from stupid. You ignore them at your peril.


    Northern Ireland is a volatile place where ethnic conflict occurs every 25 to 35 years. It doesn't need to be stirred up.

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    On a lighter note ...



    Nigel Farage launched a scathing attack on a Liberal Democrat MEP in European Parliament today when she accused British people of not knowing what they were voting for in the Brexit referendum in 2016.

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    Germany Warns Even if Deal Reached, Brexit Will Still be Delayed



    While claims suggest Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made major concessions to the European Union in his blind pursuit of a Brexit deal, top European figures have warned a Brexit delay is inevitable.




    Tuesday’s political developments in Brussels resemble a double blow for the electoral prospects of the British Conservatives. The party stands to be obliterated at the ballot box if Boris Johnson fails to deliver Brexit as promised by October 31st, an outcome European Union sources quoted by The Times newspaper now says is impossible.



    Concurrently, reports from Brussels suggest that Mr Johnson has sacrificed the integrity of the United Kingdom to get a new Brexit deal, again an outcome potential Conservative voters would be likely to punish the party for in an election.



    British newspaper The Guardian reported Tuesday evening that a draft agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union had been agreed in a last-dash negotiating session before the midnight cutoff imposed by the EU negotiating team. Yet incredibly, Mr Johnson — who at one time criticised former leader Theresa May for giving away too much to the EU in negotiations — has made a sacrifice even May said “no Prime Minister could accept”, by allowing a customs border to split up the United Kingdom.



    Rather than having a customs border around the United Kingdom’s external border, the alleged proposal that has now, it is claimed, been accepted in principle would see a border separating Great Britain from Northern Ireland, both of which are full and equal parts of the United Kingdom. The deal would prioritise keeping an open border between Northern Ireland and a third country, the Republic of Ireland, and the rest of the European Union over keeping an open border with the rest of its own nation.



    An unnamed source quoted by the paper said the agreement means “Northern Ireland would de jure be in the UK’s customs territory but de facto in the European Union’s”, allowing both Mr Johnson and Brussels to claim a victory while breaking up the United Kingdom.



    Yet even this mad dash to get a deal — potentially at the cost of the United Kingdom’s integrity as a nation-state — will not be enough to deliver Brexit on time, potentially a fatal outcome for Mr Johnson’s electoral chances. As Breitbart London reported, delivering Brexit on time deal or no deal would see the Conservatives win a future general election with a decent majority, while delivering it late — even with a deal — would see them fall short of being able to command a parliamentary majority.



    The Times reports that the Prime Minister has been told getting the specifics of a deal done would take “two more months”, pushing the eventual departure day into 2020 and quoted a German government source that said Brexit would have to be delayed until January 1st 2020.



    The paper also quoted an unnamed EU source, that said: “Without a deal this week, Britain will need an extension. With a deal this week, Britain will need an extension.”



    Brexit has already been officially delayed twice, those dates themselves having only come after a long period of delay. It has now been nearly three and a half years since the British people voted to leave the European Union in 2016, by a margin of more than a million votes in the largest democratic mandate given in British history.




    Germany AGAIN telling us all what to do, while we have every Frankfurt/Fabian society subversion technique running through our society. All paid for and backed up by the child bankers (Rothschilds) using their proxy.




    Germany Warns Even if Deal Reached, Brexit Will Still be Delayed

    16 X 2019.


    The price of Brexit is Northern Ireland and Scotland.

    It’s hardly fair but this is to make an example of Britain and to discourage any other countries leaving.

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