Article 50 triggered: Brexit truly begins

As opposed to all of the forces aligned against the very concept of Brexit itself by most every monied and arrogantly-assumptive elitist in Europe, a very critical step to the UK removing itself from the European Union begins.

From the Australian.com:

Brexit trigger approved as UK parliament approves Article 50

Parliament has given its approval for Prime Minister Theresa May to start Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, even as Scotland signalled its opposition by announcing plans for a fresh independence vote.

The House of Lords rejected a last-ditch attempt to amend a bill empowering Mrs May to begin Brexit, paving the way for it to become law as early as Tuesday.

Let me be blunt: this exists as a dagger to the heart of the Caucasoid GOWPs extant throughout the European Union whose life revolves only but about the One World Barbecue.

Just as Chuck Schumer is currently weakening America in order to provide more power to the Demorats by refusing to approve the final cabinet positions and appointments of President Trump, the Caucasoid GOWPs of the EU have done their level best to weaken Europe by trying to obstruct Brexit with all their might. Both are maliciously destructive, purposefully so.

The prime minister could then trigger Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty at any time, starting two years of talks that will end with Britain becoming the first country to leave the bloc.

Mrs May’s spokesman sought to play down speculation that she would send her notification letter to the European Council on Tuesday, when the bill is expected to receive royal assent from the Queen.

But if independence is the issue, so it is “locally.”

But the prospect of an imminent start to Brexit was enough to push the nationalist devolved government in Scotland into calling for a new independence referendum.

For those ignorant of geography or history, let’s not forget that England is on an island, and so is Ireland. Scotland exists on the northern portion of the island. I apologize if I insult the older readers amongst us, but newer readers have no idea what is the United Kingdom.

For his service to country and courage in the face of overwhelming odds, Nigel Farage should be knighted.

Steve Hilton, former Senior Advisor to David Cameron, proposed a series of questions to be considered for roughly every bill or movement in any government:

  • Should the federal government be involved in this at all?
  • Is it a function of government and is it really necessary?
  • Should we be doing this at the federal level?
  • Power and accountability should be placed in the hands of persons in local communities in terms of decision-making, not larger government

Additionally, I would — as the Bloviating Zeppelin for the US — add these critical questions and qualifiers:

  • Is it Constitutional?
  • Is it fiscally prudent?
  • How will it be funded?
  • Does it add to the deficit?
  • Does it reduce or enhance freedoms?
  • Does it enhance or diminish US sovereignty and power?

I can guarantee you this: the instigation for Brexit revolves around the perceived and actual loss of control forced upon the EU client states by Brussels and, to an equal or greater degree, by Angela Merkel’s insistence that the EU be overwhelmed by Muslims who have no intention of assimilation whatsoever.

  • Borders
  • Language
  • Culture

You couldn’t see this coming, could you, elitists?

No. Because they couldn’t understand that, after a period of time, the proles, the serfs, the groundlings, the commoners — they sometimes come to their senses.

When they do, they are not pleased.

BZ

 

15 thoughts on “Article 50 triggered: Brexit truly begins

    • So I suppose England and Scotland are separated at the hip? By a river? The North Sea? In my best Monty Python voice: “you’re a loon.”

      Heh.

      “Geographically England includes the central and southern two-thirds of the island of Great Britain, plus such offshore islands as the Isle of Wight and the Isles of Scilly. It is bordered by two other countries of the United Kingdom—to the north by Scotland and to the west by Wales.”

      BZ

      • No they are not separated at the hip. Nor is England separated from Wales, partial dyke or not. Using your “logic” the USA is also an island. England is certainly on an island but it is not an island.

  1. Frexit is also a concern for the Brussels globalist crowd, and Orban has been limiting or refusing the illegals any entry over the last few months.

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/is-frexit-next-why-france-is-starting-to-really-freak-out-investors-2017-02-07

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/03/migration-crisis-hungary-pm-victor-orban-europe-response-madness

    A side note, BZ, geography isn’t supposed to be difficult, good thing you didn’t put up a picture of a topo map.

    • Geography isn’t difficult. John’s my USDA Grade A Leftist troll. He means no harm. He probably loves ribs, beer and burgers.

      BZ

          • Hahaha, good one. A peninsula, let’s settle for that., though, technically it comprises several peninsulas – but it ain’t an island.

            I also shudder to think that some of your your newer readers would not know what the UK is…unfortunately you are probably right. After a state governor and nominee for POTUS once congratulated Canada on its national igloo!!!!

              • Saw the quote, which is correct. Your statement that “England is an island” is not correct. It is FAKE. As fake as saying that GCHQ bugged tapped certain phones. Why not just don’t repeat the statement….or just say you were repeating what you heard on Fox News?

                Just seen your post on the island of Canada, mustvread that one.

    • Don’t think there is any debate left. BZ has agreed that England is not an island. End of.

      At least we didn’t get into the anorak discussion of England vs Britain vs UK. Shouldn’t really be called Brexit, but UKExit Donets have quite the same ring.

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