• “….Something very drastic….”

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    Image from Amazon (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jim-Beam-Kentucky-Straight-Bourbon/dp/B0043A0094).
    “Unless something very drastic changes, a no-deal Brexit is a matter of inevitability.” This is the last sentence of Doctor Richard North’s blog-post today.
    GOTO: http://eureferendum.com/blogview.aspx?blogno=87368
    The learned Doctor is of course correct. The questions to ask are these:
    “What something?” And:
    “How drastic?”

    As the Buffoon and his motley crew of delusional cronies maintain the SS United Kingdom’s present course and speed for the iceberg called “No Deal Brexit”, one looks around for evidence of the metaphorical lifeboat davits being swung out from their stowed positions ready for embarking the passengers and crew preparatory to lowering into the metaphorical sea in the abandon ship procedure.

    At the moment, evidence is their none! Each weekday morning, after switching on the computer, I check the prices of my shares. A sudden slump in their values would be a definite indication. This is because, at the moment, “the market” has not priced in a “No Deal Brexit”. The assumption still is that there will either be an A50 extension, “a deal”, a second referendum or a A50 revocation. This is because clocks can be said to work on Future Time in stock markets. What I mean by this is that a share/stock price incorporated within it, anticipated or expected future events. In other words, share/stock trading it is a predictive craft. Which is why “insider dealing” is illegal.

    At the moment many expect the Buffoon and the government he heads to be replaced following a No Confidence Motion (NCM) passed in the House of Commons. This has to be done by the Leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition, Comrade Corbyn.

    Comrade Corbyn has made no secret of his strategy in these circumstances. It is to form a minority Labour government which will seek an A50 extension from the EU with the purpose of holding a general election. Comrade Corbyn then intends to campaign and win for Labour a majority at which point he will recommence negotiations with the EU for a new deal which will be put to the British People in the form of a referendum.

    Unfortunately – for Comrade Corbyn – this plan is by no means certain to win the approval of ALL 27 EU member states!

    They may well suggest the following strategy: Present the existing Withdrawal Bill before Parliament for ratification, but with the additional provision of a binding confirmatory vote of the British People. Then have the general election!

    Normally, a second referendum would entail a great deal of time to implement due to the FACT that the provisions of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 c. 41. However, it is almost certain that were ratification subject to a confirmatory vote carried out, the act would exempt the vote from the requirements of the aforesaid act. In these circumstances, do not be surprised if Sir John Holmes, the Chairman of the Electoral Commission feels his position to be untenable and resigns.

    In these circumstances, the A50 extension could be relatively short; possibly to expire on New Year’s Eve 2019 (Tuesday 31st December).

    The choice presented – in the above hypothetical circumstances – to the British People would be twofold:

    #1: De-facto “Dependent Territory” status for an indefinite period of the European Union of the Cities and the Regions (aka “Purgatory”) in de-jure breach of the Bill and Declaration of Rights 1688/1689, the Privy Councillor’s Oath and the Coronation Oath act of June 1953 in which Her Majesty the Queen promised to govern us according to our laws and customs – and not those of a foreign power – which the Treaty of Lisbon causes the EU to be!

    #2: Continued membership of the European Union of the Cities and the Regions in de-jure breach of the Bill and Declaration of Rights 1688/1689, the Privy Councillor’s Oath and the Coronation Oath act of June 1953 in which Her Majesty the Queen promised to govern us according to our laws and customs – and not those of a foreign power – which the Treaty of Lisbon causes the EU to be!

    Hmm…. Some choice [NOT]!

    To add insult to grievous injury, one would be faced with this situation coming about after what would be an instruction delivered by the aforementioned “foreign power” (the “suggestion” of a ratification subject to a vote) to a supposedly sovereign power!

    Why the image of Jim Beam Kentucky Straight Bourbon?

    Certain – unnamed – traitors may wish to consider the exit route of a gentleman having committed such heinous acts of treason!

    À propos of the means, there exists [as of September 2019] a curious loophole in the otherwise draconian UK gun laws. Revolvers such as the one the subject of this hypertext link (https://www.andrewbottomley.com/a-fine-american-civil-war-era-percussion-revolver-44-calibre-by-rogers–spencer-excellent-condition-circa-1863-1865-ref-9154-2634-p.asp) are classed as antique weapons and do not require a licence of any kind. The reason is supposedly that the ammunition is no longer available. This is not however the case! Ammunition is available from the USA. One Bernold Nelson, proprietor of GAD Custom Cartridges (http://gadcustomcartridges.com/) of Medford, Wisconsin will be able to supply, although it must be said that importation of such ammunition does require a UK firearms licence!

    Medical practitioners will however point out that were a person to finish off one or two bottles of the above bourbon whisky, death from alcohol poisoning would probably ensue thus making the need for the revolver superfluous!

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