The Cameron Flatlanders are coming, threatening fisticuffs when Boris’s Bovverboys get us out of Europe. Furry Nuff, but who exactly will be the combatants in the war? The BoE and the ECB? Sir George and Don Quixote?

Sabre rattling and a whiff of grapeshot are all very well but it takes two for a half-decent duel, Dave.

Author: janus

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10 thoughts on “Madness”

  1. In the end it’s all bluster. Nothing will change overnight, the sky won’t fall and the UK won’t suddenly find itself transported to the Solomon Islands or thereabout. I simply find it irksome that the EU has seized the mantle of Europe insinuating that to be “European” means to be part of the EU and fully integrated into its theatre of absurdities. One wonders what happened before 1992 — did Europe exist?

  2. I hope some kind friends will gently lead Cameron to a small, quiet secure room where he can receive treatment that will restore him to something approaching normal eventually.

    If the EU wants to have a war – and I can see the Visegrad four getting quite stroppy already – the European Commission only needs to continue on its present path of dictating which state will take how many refugees. And the UK can sit on the sidelines. I noticed that yesterday the usual idiot on MyT did not make any reference to VE day and the major role played by France in its own liberation.

  3. To be fair, Janus, the EU has screwed up most of what it has touched. A bit like Blair, really.

  4. They smack of desperation, born of disbelief. Why should Brexit endanger us? Why should trade suffer? The EU itself does not control defence or business, Gott sei Dank!

  5. One has to wonder why Cameron is exhibiting such hysterical behaviour?
    What is in it for him to remain?
    Something I’ll be bound. The guy appears to have taken leave of his senses mouthing such ludicrous claptrap.
    Surely to God no-one could get THAT excited over some miserable EU sinecure at whatever salary?
    Perhaps the’ve offered him the job of the anti-Christ in our upcoming Armageddon?
    After all, he gets to play God for seven years or so! (Before an embarrassing denouement!)

    On second thoughts perhaps he already thinks he’s got the job!!!
    Fat slob, someone needs to step on him and squash him like a slug.
    Great pity the UK doesn’t do assassinations, he needs it, just to stop the tedious blether.

  6. Dave is toast after 23rd June, however the vote goes, because the split Tories will demand change. Gove and Johnson standing by. I doubt that Dave plans to go to Brussels though; not his natural habitat. More likely he’ll follow the money.

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