Opinion – Pro-EU MPs could stage guerrilla campaign to reverse Brexit decision | Politics | The Guardian – John Gelmini

An HDR image of Parliament and Westminster Bridge

An HDR image of Parliament and Westminster Bridge (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I totally disagree with this Guardian article brought by Dr Alf. Parliament and MPs, thinking about “waging guerilla warfare against a Brexit decision or watering down the effect of a vote to leave the EU, are playing a very dangerous game.

As it is, politicians in this country and throughout the world are rightly held in contempt for “Only being in it for themselves”, representing the interests of plutocrats, tax avoiders like Vodaphone who have paid no Corporation Tax in the past 11 years, criminals, money launderers and unpleasant Wahibi regimes, like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan and Kuwait.

People trying to earn a little on meagre savings find themselves at the wrong end of buy to let legislation at the same time as the Land Registry is to be sold off—A licence for drug barons and criminals to engage in what Dr Alf calls “financial irregularity” on an industrial scale and with impunity as no-one will know what land they actually own.

The decision for BREXIT or Remain, with the latter being the likely option, has to be respected but if the vote is close then legitimate concerns of the opposing side such as where to build extra houses and infrastructure, trade with the EU”passporting” rules for investment banks, concerns about future Eurozone bailouts,proposals to create a European army,lost trade etc have to be taken into account and dealt with properly.

If people are ignored completely, which is what the Guardian is suggesting, and what these MPs are suggesting then the consequences will be to bring the entire system into even greater contempt than it already is. That is going to mean more tax evasion, more criminality at a low level which the police cannot be bothered to deal with and a bloody minded attitude from the dispossessed and marginalised.

As it is, I question seriously why we need more than 200 MPs because a great many of them are pretty useless and not required, why too do we need a House of Lords when a slimmer senate would do? Also why do we need such an expensive Monarchy which holds £trillions GBP in land and monies overseas when it could be stripped of its powers and made to deliver value for money?

Certainly, if we do become part of a United States of Europe then the case for large Government and a Monarchy and layer upon layer of local authorities, overmanned constabularies,quangos and fire commands gets diminished rather than increased?

People need to be careful what they wish for,respect democracy and remember that guerilla warfare is a two-way street.

John Gelmini

Opinion – SNP’s fiscal autonomy would leave £9bn gap in Scotland’s finances, says IFS | Politics | The Guardian – John Gelmini

Dr Alf raises the very real and alarming prospect of our tartan-clad friends extracting even more money out of English taxpayers in the event of a Labour victory.

People, as Sir John Major said yesterday in full and without interruption on Sky News need to wake up, try to retain the Union and vote Conservative.

My attitude to the Barnett Formula is that it should be abolished, and that the Nicola Sturgeon bluff should be called. Either remain in the Union with no Barnett Formula and no other subsidies but with the guarantee of overall defence and emergency assistance for failed Scottish banks,should that ever happen;  or be thrown out of the Union and left entirely on their own.

With the oil price low Scotland’s finances are in a serious mess, which is why Nicola Sturgeon needs more money from English taxpayers to balance the books and pay for her SNP profligacy.

As it is I can see a second election as a possibility because this one is too close to call.

John Gelmini