November 07, 2018

The Leaked Plot to Sell May’s Brexit Deal to the Public

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

A PR plan for the Prime Minister to sell her Brexit deal has been leaked. The government, however, claims that the document doesn’t reflect their thinking – but that’s clearly a lie.

A document seen by The Guardian and BBC is said to lay out a timetable for the rest of the month – starting with a cabinet meeting on Tuesday and moving on to a House of Commons vote on the final Brexit deal that is said to be taking place on the 27th November. That’s the crunch day – the day we find out whether the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal will really happen, which is why this leaked PR strategy gives us a valuable insight into the government’s thinking and plan to sell the idea to Parliamentarians.

The Guardian reports that the days in between the two dates are packed full of media events, and a number of supportive statements from cabinet members, including an announcement by Brexit Secretary, Dominic Raab, that the government has agreed to a deal with the European Union. The note reads:

“The narrative is going to be measured success, that this is good for everyone, but won’t be all champagne corks popping.”

Other events lined up for the rest of the month include a speech by the Prime Minister to the Confederation of British Industry, on the same day that the agreement would be put before a vote in Parliament. Junior ministers, the note says, will do regional media throughout the rest of the day. It even explains:

“Government lining up 25 top business voices including (CBI director general) Carolyn Fairbairn and lots of world leaders eg Japanese PM to tweet support for the deal.”

The plan would also focus on immigration, the NHS, and Northern Ireland, with “themed days” in the Commons that will essentially form a sales pitch to the country. There is even talk of Theresa May gracing Northern Ireland with her presence, in an effort to win over Irish PM Leo Varadkar. And to top it all off, it looks like the Prime Minister will be doing an interview with legendary political journalist and TV host, David Dimbleby.

Make no mistake, this is a well-thought-out plan to make the Brexit deal appear like a positive step for Britain – the kind of plan required for a deal that isn’t in fact good for Britain.

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commented 2018-11-08 13:02:38 -0500
The Marxist State known as the EU needs to be decapitated, by that I mean, have all it’s false flag leaders thrown into the garbage pails of history where they belong. They truly are the scum of the earth.

You bloody limey’s need to wake up and smell the roses, you are being shafted by Marxist May and so far she is doing a good job of it.

Now I hear that May is giving the British Army to the EU and the Army are advertising in the Foreign Press for new recruits. What happened, they discharge all the British recruits for posing with Tommy Robinson?

In case you Limey’s are offended by my remarks….I was born in Crouch End and served 15 years in the Brit Army, well 12 really, 3 years were in the reserves which I served with the Canadian Army. I am now a Canadian Citizen and proud of it.

Fire Theresa May, her intentions are not good for the future of Britain.
commented 2018-11-08 10:40:33 -0500
May is the embodiment of an EU Trojan Horse to sucker Britain into being a permanent prisoner of the EU.
What was the point of Britain fighting Hitlers Fascist Europe and only a Generation later to surrender to the Fascist EU?
commented 2018-11-08 10:23:15 -0500
Robert Dewar explains:" many in the Tory government have no wish to quit a pan-European body that was founded primarily to advance global capitalism, and membership of which would guarantee that socialism could never gain a foothold in Britain again. "

The reasoning that you mentioned sounds ok, stop socialism and advance Capitalism, but what good is Capitalism if open Immigration forces wages so low that the average Brit can’t afford the necessities?
commented 2018-11-08 02:22:06 -0500
The Tories are conflicted about leaving the EU. On the one hand, many Tory voters, that is, much of the Tory rank and file, are drawn instinctively towards the British nationalistic view that Britain must seize back her stolen sovereignty from the EU. I voted Leave for this reason. One the other hand, many in the Tory government have no wish to quit a pan-European body that was founded primarily to advance global capitalism, and membership of which would guarantee that socialism could never gain a foothold in Britain again. May’s difficulties stem as much from trying to please both camps as from trying to satisfy the out and out Remainers in her party and the hard-line Leavers.
commented 2018-11-07 14:39:21 -0500
Where are all the Brexiteer’s like Boris and Jason &co. Why the silence? It is time that they came out of their shells and fired a broadside at Theresa May and her gang of false flag conservatives whom have invaded the Conservative Party under the guidance of the Marxist UN and EU.

Somebody, anybody, stand up and shout out loud so that the whole of Britain can hear…….Theresa May is a NWO Marxist and a traitor to her country.