Just days ago, an anonymous Tory Member of Parliament, who described themselves as an “ally” of Prime Minister Theresa May, told BBC Newsnight that the government was intending to scare the voters so much that they embraced the wildly unpopular Chequers deal.
He said: “We want to scare people witless so people will eventually embrace the Theresa May plan.”
It was claimed that the government’s decision to release 70 official documents over the coming weeks, which outline measures the country would need to take to prepare for a No Deal scenario, was specifically made to build support for her Chequers deal.
May denied it, of course. She insisted that it was not her intention to alarm the public, but that she hoped instead, voters would “take reassurance and comfort” in the knowledge that they had these measures in place. She told Channel Five:
“It’s right that we say because we don’t know what the outcome is going to be, we think it’s going to be a good one, we’re working for a good one but let’s prepare for every eventuality.”
I’m not entirely sure that’s even English.
What’s interesting about this, is that it basically explains everything that’s been happening recently – the Super Gonorrhoea talk. The stories about the Armed Forces on our streets, maintaining order and distributing rations. It all makes sense now.
The government has been planning to release more than 70 documents over the next few weeks, which will describe all the contingency plans in place that may come into effect in the event of a No Deal Brexit. Not only are the papers going mad over this, but they’re reporting that it’s an increasingly likely scenario.
After Barnier shot down her Facilitated Customs Arrangement plan, it looks like negotiation simply isn’t going to work with the EU. And you know what, me and the rest of the working classes who voted for Brexit are cheering on a No Deal Brexit. Bring it on.
Sky News data keeps showing, over and over, that there’s a lot of us out there who see through it all, and still want a No Deal Brexit. One poll showed 27 per cent of the public cheering on a No Deal Brexit. Another claimed 41 per cent. That’s a lot of people seeing through the tricks of the media and political establishment.
More people support a No Deal Brexit than Theresa May’s Chequers deal…which would explain the derision and anger ever since it was claimed that it was the government’s intentions to scare the voters. And now, according to Breitbart, the government is intending on releasing all the documents at once, on a single day in August.
I can only imagine the stress behind the scenes at Number 10. Their secret is out, and their plan is scuppered. They wanted to scare us into thinking a No Deal Brexit was just around the corner, but it definitely is now. The Chequers deal does not have the support of the people, the EU and Barnier are not on board with any concessions and are happy to try and punish the UK or force us into cancelling the entire thing, and the voters are wising up to their tactics.
The more they try and mess with us, the more faith I have that we’ve done the right thing. We’ve thrown a hand grenade into Number 10 and we’re watching Cabinet Ministers and the PM ducking and diving behind cabinets and desks before it goes off. We’ve changed the system and set a new narrative – and every attempt they make at reversing it has backfired. This grenade is going to go off – and if it turns out to be a No Deal Brexit, it’s going to take out the entire government.
Once the electorate experiences a No Deal Brexit and don’t catch Super Gonorrhoea, then they’ll never trust the main parties ever again.
In the meantime, let’s wait and see if the No Deal propaganda dies down a bit. I wonder if they’ll have the balls to keep trying to fool us, now we know their game.