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Brexit – the Great Betrayal

I noted with some astonishment that M Barnier’s speech – analysed here, here, and here – has apparently had no impact on the Brexit discourse. After PESCO, with Ms May not having signed on that particular dotted line, people and campaigners simply have left the room …

We’ve been reading and writing about the ‘Divorce Bill’, about Eire’s attempt to nullify Brexit with their demand for a ‘hard border’ and their threatened veto. We’ve been reading and writing about the perversion of our Judiciary by allowing the ECJ to adjudicate in our country even after Brexit-of-whatever-flavour.

Every day we get another ‘news item’ from ‘Project Fear’, every day the Remainers in the Westminster Establishment and above all in the MSM are more demanding. Yesterday, one Sunday paper even had a poll showing that 52% would want a Second Referendum!

Every day we get reports on how weak Ms May is – she is indeed, but this has now mutated into a campaign created by passed-over ‘mutineers’ in the Tory Party who are given the red-carpet treatment by the BBC.

That lot know full well: if Ms May is made to go, there will be another GE. That lot know full well: another GE would see Corbyn in 10 Downing Street. That lot know full well that a Labour Government would make us scurry back to Brussels in no time.

This public haggling over the ‘Divorce Bill’ is like a shell game, a confidence trick to take our eyes away from what is really going on: the might of Whitehall being deployed behind our backs to keep us in. This is where the Great Betrayal is manufactured!

M Barnier’s speech contained some facts which we never heard before. Mind you, even many of our staunch Brexiteers, from Nigel Farage and Jacob Rees-Mogg to John Redwood and others seem as ignorant as we are, hard to believe as that is.

Looking back, our civil servants, the Whitehall Mandarins, have been enamoured of the powers which Brussels confers to the bureaucrats, i.e. themselves, right from the start of us joining the EU.

Recall what we found out on June 24th 2016, after Cameron had resigned: his government, i.e. his cabinet advisers, his Whitehall secretaries, had not prepared for the Leave win: there was no “Plan B” on how to implement Cameron’s promise made in that government brochure, to put in effect what we had decided.

We also didn’t pay much attention to another sign: nearly all information that was fed into the Remain campaign, creating ‘Project Fear’, has come from Whitehall – mostly the Treasury but also the FCO. Other departments (Home Office, Justice) simply disengaged.

These Whitehall Mandarins are the same people who now have to work to implement Brexit … and we wonder why Mr Davis and our team look so foolish?

There’s more, as M Barnier’s speech illustrated: he is an EU bureaucrat par excellence. He has been working there for  twenty years, being instrumental in that Saint Malo Treaty, the Lisbon Treaty, in running things for M Juncker (see here). He’s a very big spider in the Brussels web.

What heavy caliber has Mr Davis on his side? None who know their way around the Brussels spiderwebs, that’s for sure! Those who would know are remainers …

Given the negotiation results so far, do we really think Mr Davis’ Whitehall advisers are all working 100% for Brexit? I don’t, because ever since T. Blair the Civil Service has been ruined, politicised, stacked with labourites and brainwashed through Common Purpose. The few young lawyers in Mr Davis’ Brexit department who’ve produced papers astonishing even M Barnier et al: never heard of again, vanished without a trace …

The indisputable fact, that the whole area of security and defence addressed by M Barnier is being utilised by Whitehall to bind us to Brussels forever, has not been mentioned anywhere.

The equally indisputable fact that, as M Barnier hinted, this ‘project’ has been going on for 20 years hasn’t raised any eyebrows.

Instead, we have all been successfully sidetracked, even during the Referendum campaign, into questions of money: just right for this ‘nation of shopkeepers’! Sovereignty, which for so many of us was the key issue, didn’t get a look-in.

How many times have eminent writers and pressure groups tried to get the EAW and Corpus Juris into the Leave debate! Still, they were hugely successful compared to the issue of ‘EU Defence’ as described by M Barnier which simply never, to my knowledge, was mentioned anywhere.

One would’ve thought that defence and security would’ve made a great instrument for use in “Project Fear”: us poor Brits, all lonely, unable to defend ourselves without the EU …. But no. So why did that not happen? Why is it still not happening? Not being able to defend ourselves because of Brexit surely is the ultimate “Fear Porn”?

M Barnier’s speech shows why: it is the one way through which Brussels and Whitehall can tie us to the EU, can undo Brexit. So we must never be told. Even the dumbest of Brexit voters – and we’re all dumb, as we’re being reminded so often – would grasp that this issue goes to the core of Sovereignty.

Laws are not something people usually think about when speaking of sovereignty. Parliamentary sovereignty: that concept has now successfully been muddled by remoaners and Labour. But ask who decides about our country going to war and even the least educated of Brexit voters knows: we decide, not Junckers, not Macron, not Merkel, not Mogherini!

An that is the reason why Whitehall has kept this secret for 20 years, why Whitehall has not used it in ‘Project Fear’, and why M Barnier’s speech has been made to sink without trace!

Letting Brexit slide, as Whitehall wants, ‘negotiating’ over billions here and there while secretly being kept in the suffocating embrace of Brussels because of ‘defence and security’ – that is the Great Betrayal of 17 million voters, and ultimately an even greater betrayal of all our people.

Do we want our sons and daughters, our brothers and sisters, our dads and mums sent to fight a bloody war on the say-so of Juncker? If not, then fight for Brexit! All our lives may well depend on it.

Fight for Brexit because our government is betraying all of us!

[In a follow-on article I’ll look at how the Great Betrayal is being brought about.]

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About Vivian Evans (322 Articles)
Vivian is a UKIP patron, Vice Chair of UKIP Cardiff and Editor in Chief of UKIP Daily

9 Comments on Brexit – the Great Betrayal

  1. Apparently May is still considering joining PESCO. A letter has been received from the MOD which states
    “The UK (I assume UK government) believes PESCO has real potential to strengthen capabilities, cooperation and defence investment in Europe. It is important to us that projects carried out under PESCO arrangement should remain member state owned and that the capabilities delivered are available not only to the EU, but also in support of NATO and UN operations”

    If the UK government agreed to do this it would be an act of treason under the Treason Act 1351 for imagining the death of the Queen. There has been no parliamentary debate, no Royal Assent and to ask for the Queen to pass a Bill through parliament advising her to give Royal Assent to any Bill surrendering any part of our defence to a foreign power is treason.

  2. I don’t mind a second referendum. It will not be leave or remain but simply to accept or reject Mays settlement before we LEAVE.

    • The problem will be that the deal will involve paying huge sums of money to the EU in order to leave. But at this stage we are being asked to commit to paying these huge sums of money in order to get onto the important business of trade talks; a favourable free-trade agreement with the EU will resolve the ‘Ireland border’ issue.
      If the EU is going to play hardball, then the UK government should do too. Walk away, let the clock tick down, revert to WTO rules for trade, any ‘hard border’ that has to be set up will be the ‘fault’ of the EU and make it their problem to resolve.
      Trade is not going to suddenly stop if we leave the EU without a trade deal, far from it.
      Make Britain Great Again. Let the EU come crawling to us begging for a trade deal.

  3. Viv, you make a convincing critique here.
    But i think we should stop talking about “sovereignty”.
    I don’t think it means much to anyone. I prefer to talk about autonomous self-government or “home rule”.
    What is crystal clear, is that we cannot be certain of leaving the EU cleanly unless voters can be persuaded to stop voting for the duopoly of ConLab and their pendulum politics. To do that we must have a well-resourced, convincing third party. At the moment no such thing exists. I have to discount UKIP. It is badly managed, has no money and its members are seriously de-energised after the last two calamitous years. At least, that is how it seems in the South West. If anyone knows differently, please speak.

    • ‘autonomous self-government’ bit of a mouthful,
      ‘home rule’ a phrase linked to another history,
      personally I prefer ‘sovereignty’.
      UKIP was going through some stuff in the last two years, yes, but isn’t that part and parcel of reformation and future growth.
      I would certainly not discount UKIP.
      Its a known quantity. People have voted in the past for it, they can be persuaded to vote again.
      The last election was more situational.
      As the cards fall over the next few months, or years people may vote more freely away from the duopoly.
      By then, they will know what’s what.

      • This is one of the things that having a leader simplifies. If he calls it sovereignty, we all will.

        It’s as easy as that.( one thing nailed down )

        And within about 5 years the public will as well.
        But only if we give out leaflets.

    • I think you need to allow Henry time to turn things round and that we all have to help him, even by donating a few pounds each to central funds. No new leader could possibly come into the disaster zone that is UKIP HQ and wave a magic wand to put things right, at the least it will take until the May local
      elections to see a significant difference.
      At least we have an area and large branch structure in place, something no other “new” party can claim.
      Unless we can save our party we are doomed to see the Con/Lab biopoly have a free run for many years.

  4. Viv – in the year 2000 there were eight countries in the world without a Rothschild controlled Central Banking system. Countries like Libya were destroyed and its leader assassinated and the first thing to happen was that a Rothschild controlled Central Banking system was installed.

    Today there are only four countries in the world without a Rothschild controlled Central Banking system, Cuba, Syria, North Korea and Iran.

    Syria has been destroyed, although things haven’t gone quite according to plan, and conflict with North Korea and Iran seems likely. No coincidence I think.

    The UK and the EU are governed by the same masters, a network of Rothschild central bankers. Our government’s job is to get us into as much debt as possible and keep us in debt servitude.

    Our government and the EU are just loan sharks and debt collectors for the Central Banks and we’ve seen what they’re prepared to do in places like Greece and soon much of Europe.

    We will not be allowed to leave the EU! Forget Theresa May’s smiles and reassurances, she, along with her cronies are psychopathic criminals that will kill for money. The EU by asking us for fifty billion are just doing their job as is May et al.

    This is an interesting article, but I could quote numerous sources.

    • Simple in’t it.

      BofE Prints money (Quantitive Easing )

      Lends it to the banks at .25%

      Banks lend as much as the government needs back at 5%.

      Gordon Brown’s little wheeze that he sold to socialist governments around the world

      Guaranteed by taxpayer. boom boom crash.

      Everybodies happy

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