The question now is whether the political elite will actually listen to the will of the people, or whether they will either attempt to ignore them completely or water down any action so much to in effect have ignored the referendum?
After following politics for so many years, I have no doubt as to the disdain that most politicians have for the public.
I would say the real question is whether the British people will accept governments, national and local, that continues to ignore the will of the people.
Excellent commentary as usual by Pat Condell. Now let’s hope all the horse trading leads to the unravelling of the filthy, mouldy, moth eaten EU sweater .
I, for one, think we should embrace the xenophobia and racism.
‘Phobia’ implies the fear is irrational. It might legitimately describe anxiety about the first wave of xenos, but this far along we’ve got plenty of real and documented causes to fear xenos. Ain’t nothing fanciful and imagined about the Sharia Squad. We don’t have an irrational fear of unknown people with odd customs, we have a reasoned antipathy of people we’ve learned plenty about with a culture that is demonstrably incompatible with ours.
If a reasonable level of ‘racism’ is not allowed (ie. addressing legitimate immigration worries), there’s going to be a backlash that none of us is going to enjoy. Most of us want to try to be fair to newcomers who legitimately want to integrate, but there’ll come a point where no amount of name-calling and multiculti indoctrination can override safety and survival concerns.
The first traces of this are showing up in Sweden, where villages torch empty building slated for ‘refugees.’ If the leftist elites keep pushing, those buildings will have people in them when the torch is put to them.
By the way, here is that interview he was talking about with that fungally infected cunt “Christian”e Amanpour.
I don’t know how anyone can watch that flapping torn-perineal merger of anus and vagina blowing sulphurous gasses and still think women should be allowed anywhere near a voting booth.
Ok, actual LOL.
It’s funny because it’s true.
She seemed very impartial in the interview.