October 21, 2018

Katie Hopkins UNDERCOVER at the London “Peoples Vote March” against Brexit

Katie HopkinsShillman Fellow

In London this weekend, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets to oppose the Brexit vote. 

Sadiq Khan, the London Mayor, was one of the speakers who took to their expensive staging. He had the temerity to shout about the "will of the people." 

But 17.4 million people have already voted to leave the EU. Is it really possible their democratic vote will be overturned on account of one rally, no matter how large?

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commented 2018-10-22 19:58:43 -0400
Typical predictable leftist tyranny and anti democratic hypocrisy on display ….no surprise to their hatred of the democratic will of the people who voted overwhelmingly to leave the corrupt sewer of the EU…….the only area of England that voted to stay was the Caliphate of Londonistan itself ……what a joke
commented 2018-10-22 14:12:14 -0400
What the hell is wrong with these people.
commented 2018-10-22 12:51:26 -0400
we have had a vote for brexit, it was voted to leave if any one did not vote that is your pbroblem
commented 2018-10-22 12:29:04 -0400
The silly hat brigade should be asked, “If the first vote had been to Remain, would you be in favor of a second vote?” Or a third? Or do you just support voting until you get the results you want?
commented 2018-10-22 10:37:30 -0400
Peter Netterville – OMG they would go apoplexic wouldn’t they? I am sure they would then decide that Russia had some sort of illegal input into the Leave vote. The politicos who stood up for Brexit should be front and center in this and clearly define what Brexit means – Britain deciding for Brits and not someone else in another country. British sovereignty; British control over borders and the economy. Britain’s right to negotiate trade with other nations. It’s pretty much common sense to me.
commented 2018-10-22 10:31:30 -0400
Gary Brownlee: I couldn’t agree more. When Obama was voted in, you didn’t see the outrage, the truly hateful and violent gatherings by the opposition you see today in the U.S. It’s disgusting and I truly hope the “average” joe gets out and votes his conscience and does not bow down to the PC crowd in the term elections coming up in the U.S. I believe that the Leftists are calling the kettle black – in other words, they are the hypocrites, the racists and bigots they accuse those who are centre/right. They hate what they see in the mirror and want to blame everyone else but themselves for the situation they find themselves in.
commented 2018-10-22 10:05:13 -0400
Like the democrats in the Us they want a do over because they didn’t get the result they wanted.Keep on redoing it until they get the result they want.Thats not how democracy works.Its unfair to those who voted to leave.Its like their vote didn’t count.
commented 2018-10-22 05:50:44 -0400
Jan G commented
“Canadians should have done this when Trudeau was elected.
Hopefully Conservatives have grown a backbone since that tragic day. "

What conservatives? The party is “conservative” in name only.
Liberal MP Leona Alleslev crossed the floor to Scheer’s Liberal Lite party and received a rather impressive portfolio instantly, Scheer at that time also issued an invite for other Liberals to join the party, Scheer’s policies mirrors Trudeau’s in far too many instances. Scheer’s party is the CINO party of Canada.

https://www.nationalobserver.com/2018/09/17/news/ontario-mp-ditches-liberals-tories-after-trudeaus-summer-failures
“Scheer ushered Alleslev into the Conservative caucus, making his new MP the critic for global security, and he issued an invitation to any other disenfranchised Liberal supporters to rethink their allegiances ahead of the October 2019 ballot.”
commented 2018-10-22 02:33:13 -0400
jan we tried along time ago with reform party but it was opposite. we wanted in they were leaving the west out.
commented 2018-10-21 23:35:47 -0400
Canadians should have done this when Trudeau was elected.
Hopefully Conservatives have grown a backbone since that tragic day.
commented 2018-10-21 21:48:49 -0400
PM David Cameron is the one that said "LEAVE MEANS LEAVE "
Why isn’t he making speeches backing up what he said, instead of HIDING ?
commented 2018-10-21 18:38:40 -0400
ROBERT DEWAR commented 2 hours ago
Perhaps not so strangely, I sympathize with those in Britain………..

Robert, Why is it that Scotsmen who want to separate from Britain, as is their right but they state that they want their independence, yet they still want to remain in the EU? Do they not realize that by staying in the EU, they will never have independence.

Staying in the EU will mean that the country will be forever ruled by unelected despots who work for the Muslim controlled UN.

Scotland, Northern Ireland and Britain would be better off to Brexit and shed the cloak of Marxism.
commented 2018-10-21 18:03:18 -0400
Democracy is great as long as the Left gets their way, but they called it fascist tyranny if they don’t, and the results must be overturned.at any cost. Just look to what’s happening in the USA with the Trump presidency. The left simply cannot accept defeat.
commented 2018-10-21 17:17:20 -0400
Can you imagine if this second vote occurs and the vote still is for leaving the EU?

We would see the elites who are pushing to remain go apoplectic.

If you think they are insulting the Brexit voters now, just wait. Every word that would come out of the elitists mouths will be a swear and insult. Every remaining grain of rationality they have now would go “poof”.
commented 2018-10-21 15:51:35 -0400
It appears that it is only the “people’s choice” if they win, otherwise they come up with excuses for why they lost the vote and therefore the vote was illegitimate.

We see the same thing in the US. Trump won and the screams of his win being an illegitimate government.

So if the Conservatives win the next election (hopefully with Reese-Moog as leader) will a protest equal a re-vote being called? What if Labour wins? Will a protest mean that they are illegitimate?

Its a world of entitlement. If you don’t get your way, you cry, whine, protest, riot, whatever, until you get your way. Doctor Spock, your teachings for raising children have come back to haunt us.
commented 2018-10-21 15:44:02 -0400
Perhaps not so strangely, I sympathize with those in Britain who feel that quitting the EU would be a disastrous move. In the economic short term, they are correct. However, in the economic long term, quitting the EU will benefit Britain. More than that, it should, if Theresa May does not water down the deal so much that the Leave vote becomes meaningless, restore Britain’s lost sovereignty.
Of course, we have very recently held a referendum on this issue: “the people” have already had a vote, and a clear majority of people in England voted Leave. (In Scotland, 32% of the voters voted Leave).
The Scots feel aggrieved because despite a majority in Scotland voting Remain, they too are being dragged out of the EU by the English vote. But we in Scotland are used by now to submitting to English dominance.
As it happens, I voted Leave, and in the extremely unlikely event of a second referendum being held, I would vote Leave again. And the percentage of Scottish voters who voted Leave would probably increase, rather than decrease.
commented 2018-10-21 15:04:23 -0400
Those who wish to remain are signing their own death certificates. Do they not see that the EU, during the next year or so, are ready to take over complete control of Britain. Do they not understand that that once they loose that control, they will be facing the elimination of the white, working class, to be replaced by dark skinned, ‘cheap labour’.

They should be reminded that if they stay in the EU they will see the end of the British Armed Forces, who will become part of the European Armed Forces and wear the uniforms of Marxism.

Wake up You wannabe’s, You are digging your own graves.