Why on earth did B.B.C, Newsnight start with such sombre music last night?
I thought someone vaguely famous had died.
Oh yes, sorry I forgot.
The liberal media still cannot accept the fact that the average man in the street does not agree with being in the E.E.C. and boy, do they hate it.
Hence the portrayal of the decision, as a funeral.
The Governor of the Bank of England played his part, slowly and meekly shuffling on and off; he looked like his dog had just died.
He should be nominated for an Oscar.
But then again, no doubt he'll get a knighthood in time.
However, somewhat more disturbing was the scale of sheer arrogance and level of contempt shown by the Tory O.A.P. ken Clarke for the electorate which was simply breath taking.
Until the seemingly delusional Jonathon Powell came on, that is.
He managed to make Clarke sound relatively coherent.
Clarke said it was bizarre that this (as he put it) neurotic argument (over the E.E.C.) was still going on, since the days when he first campaigned to join 40 odd years ago.
Well Kenneth, had Ted Heath and his cronies (whom you appear to be one of) not dragged Britain in to it without a vote in the first place and had the political class and liberal elite not continued the lies and deceit for the last 40 odd years, no one would still be going on about it would they; in fact, the argument would never have even started.
At this point it's worth remembering that the question on the ballot paper just a day or so ago, was quite clearly printed and asked whether you wanted Britain to remain in, or leave the E.E.C.
A democratic exercise in which a majority of the British population decided they wanted to choose, to leave.
Now, I don't know if Jonathon Powell was under the effect of mind altering drugs or something, but he came on a bit later and said that the referendum result was not actually a vote for something, but was actually a vote against anything.
He said it was a vote against the current relationship with the E.E.C. but not for a new relationship with it.
And he thinks a new government could be elected and ignore the vote and keep Britain in.
You might well ask if he's on drugs.
I don't know what planet he's been on for the last few years, but what part of 'I voted for Britain to leave the E.E.C.' does he not understand?
As if I need to explain, it most certainly is a vote for something; it's a vote for Britain to leave.
It was a vote to leave, as clearly stated as a choice and subsequently therefore by implication, a vote against our membership of the E.E.C.
Vice-versa, by definition a vote against membership is a vote to leave.
He can't be that thick, surely?
I think he's either not playing with a full deck or it's that old liberal sense of entitlement and self-righteousness again which we've talked about, many times before.
You know, the one where you can have a view, so long as it's theirs; the attitude and mentality which has led to the will of the British people to be ignored and looked down on by the political and liberal elite, with snobbish disdain.
Funnily enough, the same liberal, bigoted ignorance and disregard that created the need for the referendum, in the first place.
All you loony liberals need to accept that you live in a majority run democracy, accept the peoples' decision and if you don't like it, f**k off somewhere else to live.