Brexit: The Solution to the Parliamentary Paralysis

April 2, 2019

 

Last night every single form of Brexit (most were really just alternative forms of remaining chained to Brussels) was rejected in the Commons. The circus currently unfolding at Westminster is the sad consequence of expecting the Conservative or Labour parties to lead Britain out of the European Union.

 

For decades these parties have pursued the policies of EU integration. We have an overwhelmingly pro-EU parliament and cabinet and indeed a Prime Minister who actively campaigned to Remain.  The political, governmental, media, legal and civil establishment is deeply wedded to Brussels.

 

We are the only party to have stated this fundamental flaw with the Brexit process of the past three years. A referendum which entrusts leaving the EU to the Labour or Conservative parties was always doomed to failure. March 29th 2019, lauded by many as Britain's independence day, was Brussels' date and not ours; set by the timeframe of the EU's Article 50 process so we could negotiate an exit two years down the line after passing the legislation to leave.

 

Over that two year period the broad Brexit movement threw itself first behind Theresa May and then figures like Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg, who have both now backed May's 'deal' which would make us a colony of Brussels. One by one these 'saviours' of Brexit have deserted the people who rallied behind them (we didn't, and openly called them out in numerous articles on our website).

 

Despite this the Brexit movement, including campaign groups and pro-Brexit parties, continues to try to act as a mere pressure group on the Conservative party in the hope of nudging them towards leaving the EU.  UKIP, the Brexit Party and more are only interested in strategically targeting pro-Remain MPs in a General Election in the hope that the Conservatives will finally restore Britain's sovereignty.

 

They will not. For 50 years now the Conservative and Labour parties have been shutting down Britain and robbed our nation of its constitutional, economic, social and moral foundations. They exist only to push their agenda of the borderless, multicultural, secular, corporate, service sector 'New Britain'.

 

That is why we have refused to become involved in the Brexit circus of the past three years: the "will they, won't they" intrigue, the personalities, the parliamentary votes, the dates, the petitions, the street demos and so on. So long as a pro-EU establishment holds the seats of power in Westminster, no amount of referenda, street demos or petitions will cause them to lead us out the EU.

 

The only way to leave the EU is for an anti-EU party to seek a democratic mandate through a parliamentary election. This is the old fashioned way; the British way. It won't happen overnight and single-issue Brexit parties won't be the party to do it either. The reality is that issues such as public services, jobs, education and all the rest cannot be marginalised at a General Election by any party that wishes to be electable;  or indeed to run the country. Our country is shutting down in so many ways and the ordinary people can see it.

 

That's why we stand on a broad manifesto to reverse decades of shutting down and national dissolution and to rebuild our country: Sovereign, Industrial, United, Democratic, Traditional and Functional; like the Britain that we used to know. We campaign on this broad manifesto to reclaim our country, including our sovereignty, and to defeat - in time - the Labour and Conservative parties. That is the goal that matters; everything else is just the circus.

 

1. UK Unionism

2. Leave the EU

3. No More Referendums

4. End Mass Immigration

5. Rebuild Infrastructure

6. Rebuild Industry

7. Fiscal Responsibility

8. Family Values

9. Get Tough on Crime

10. Protect Free Speech & Liberties

 

 

 

 

 

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