Call my bluff.

Bozza has declared that the UK would do very well, thank you, without having to bow to the EU overlords. He says he would favour an exit.

I call ‘bluff’ on this one.

The Cameroid is more than just against leaving the EU, he is terrified at the prospect. He is not going to let it happen. Imagine the poor man having to actually run a country instead of his chosen profession of surrounding himself with pretty girls while nagging smokers, drinkers, fat people and other easy targets. Oh, and having wars. Wars he claims makes him look like a leader, although he tends to do his leading a good few thousand miles away from the action. Then he sacks all the soldiers while they are still on the front line. Not paying your army was a bad move in 1647, and it’s still a bad move now.

As an aside, I note that Tiny Blur, the warmongering Middle East Peace envoy (there ain’t nothing so peaceful as a radioactive wasteland) is staying well away from the Middle East at the moment. His wife told him to. Yes, really. He had to arrange her birthday party. Far more important than trying to stop thousands of people being blown apart, at least to that hideous family. If I was married to Slotgob (for the record, I have never been that drunk) I’d spend a lot of time on the other side of the planet. I remember watching her father spouting Leftie nonsense to Alf Garnett on the television… but I’m digressing into an entirely different subject now.

Cameroid has shown the EU his true colours (yellow, with brown trousers) and there is no point in him trying to act the hard man now. If he threatens to take the UK out of the EU, they will laugh at him. Oh, they will let him have his little referendum but when the vote comes back ‘Out’, they will make him do it again. And he will.

Bozza’s words are a bluff. Nobody would believe it if the Cameroid said it, and we’d all have whisky-stained keyboards and monitors if Wee Cleggie said it. Bozza will get into a safe seat at the next election and might well become leader. He is unlikely to be Prime Monster at that election, but he will make many noises about leaving the EU right up until the following election, which he will win. Probably comfortably.

Then he will have a few referendums until the EU get the right answer.

It really has nothing to do with what the public think of the EU. They don’t care what we think. None of them. They are incapable of thought and believe we are too.

All they care about is being in charge, so they can boss us around and micromanage our lives while they let the EU get on with the business of running our, and everyone else’s, countries. They just want to strut about saying ‘See me, I’m the boss, so I am, so just watch it, right?’ That’s all they want. All this ‘people are concerned about…’ crap translates to ‘They might not vote for us. Let’s pretend to listen to them’. On every subject.

Bozza has been wheeled out to counteract the UKIP threat to their comfortable gravy train where the plebs do all the work and the politicos take the money. They don’t want to let the new kids play.

When the Cameroid said ‘We are all in it together’, he wasn’t talking about us.

He was talking about the Wastemonsters. All of them.

Don’t be fooled by the clown’s antics. He’s dancing to distract you while the ringmaster loads his guns.

The Tory party does contain MPs who really do want to leave the EU but Bozza isn’t really one of them. He’s a distraction. What he is really saying is that he wants to stay in the EU but use the threat of taking his ball home to get them to do things his way.

Which will not be an improvement. Well, for him and his pals it will be. For we proles, things can only get worse.

I will still be voting UKIP unless someone puts up a ‘Make the Dreadful Arnott smoke camel shit’ candidate. That would be hard to resist. I am not going to not-vote. The buggers will be happy to consider one vote a ‘mandate from the people’ even if nobody else votes at all. No, the only way to beat these swines is to use their own tactics against them.

Shout them down. Even if you are voting against, rather than for, shout them down. Vote for anyone but the Three Stooge Parties. Even if they still win, you can help make their majorities wafer-thin. They won’t be quite so bloody cocky if they have won by five votes instead of five thousand.

I would really love to see the Church of the Militant Elvis (or whatever he is calling himself now) get into a high placement in an election. He doesn’t have to win, just not lose his deposit. I would love to see the Moribund party forced into a coagulation with him, the Monster Raving Loony party, the Snails Are Nutritious party and the Beat Children With Soft Armchairs party just to gain some semblance of credibility.

I don’t think Smoky Nige will be the next Prime Monster. You never know, but it’s a very long shot. I suspect our next leader will be Moribund.

So, no change there then.

 

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6 thoughts on “Call my bluff.

    • You mean his innate repellence?

      Yes, that will count against him but the Moribund party’s next option is a load of Balls.

      If Balls was leader of the Liebor party and Lynne Truss became leader of the Used to be Tory party, this blog is likely to explode.

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  1. ” I am not going to not-vote. The buggers will be happy to consider one vote a ‘mandate from the people’ even if nobody else votes at all. No, the only way to beat these swines is to use their own tactics against them. Shout them down. Even if you are voting against, rather than for, shout them down. Vote for anyone but the Three Stooge Parties. Even if they still win, you can help make their majorities wafer-thin. They won’t be quite so bloody cocky if they have won by five votes instead of five thousand.”

    AGREE 100% Leg!

    – MJM

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  2. Boris is rather a clever chap who pretends to be a buffoon. He is undoubtedly serious in promoting Boris . But don’t forget that his father was quite a high EU official and that he himself was a Brussels correspondent for long enough to learn how the EU really works. So he will know that Cameron’s timetable is utterly unrealistic. There just isn’t time between May 2015 and the end of 2017 for the EU to go through the process of treaty change ( constitutional convention, intergovernmental conference etc) which is the only possible way in which real powers could be returned – and the decision must be unanimous by every member state.
    So my guess is that a pre-arranged row between Cameron and the EU Commission is even now being scripted and choreographed. It may result in one or more “declarations” being added to the treaties ( as was done to persuade the Danes to vote yes
    In their second referendum) . These do not change a syllable or comma
    which has already been agreed but they do put down markers which
    are respected in international law. Just a a guess here but they could be
    to the effect that the UK no longer subscribes to the doctrine of “ever closer union”
    and a recognition that no UK parliament can bind its successors.
    This might be combined with some policy change – such as concessions on the
    proposed financial transaction tax ( 70 per cent of which would fall on the UK)
    This would also ensure massive City contributions to the “in” campaign.
    Dave would return from “battling for Britain” to sell his phony “fundamental renegotiation” as
    ” Britain’s New Deal in Europe” just like Mr Wilson did when the EEC graciously permitted us to buy a little more New Zealand lamb and butter.
    Something of the sort anyway – and the mainstream press are likely to buy it – just as they did with this recent tarradiddle of Boris’s.

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  3. I called out the “Eurosceptic” Dan Hannan for being a double agent on his Telegraph blog – an escape valve – or rather, the opposite – to try to prevent Tories escaping to UKIP.

    Now that UKIP are a bigger threat than ever, they’re obviously upping the stakes with this pretence.

    Remember that this was the man who said of same-sex “marriage”:

    If gay marriage was OK – and I was uncertain on the issue – then I saw no reason in principle why a union should not be consecrated between three men, as well as two men, or indeed three men and a dog.

    A few years later, he was leading London’s “Gay Pride” march.

    More recently, he wrote, I’m in favour of gay marriage and I can’t see what all the fuss is about.

    The Tories have shown their colours – and they are all the colours of the rainbow (flag) except blue.

    Red – socialists

    Orange – I’ll come back to that*

    Yellow – cowardice

    Green – enviro-freaks

    Blue – nothing to see here

    Purple – pretend to be like UKIP to steal their votes

    *Couldn’t think of one, but a website on “color theory” states:

    Dark orange can mean deceit and distrust.

    Red-orange corresponds to desire, sexual passion [probably towards minors], pleasure, domination, aggression, and thirst for action [war].

    It’s a bluff card all right. I can envisage it being pulled out the box by Frank Muir or Patrick Campbell.

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