The Tory party have become the dividing line, almost like a guard protecting the loot and elite in the castle. Everyone else is on the other side not really wanting power but just a say in whats about to happen.
If May was any sort of true political leader, she would welcome all party talks but in the end she would have the final say. After all, this is a huge deal affecting everyone.
Everyone on every side has got to give some slack and meet somewhere in an agreed middle, starting with a list on everything they actually agree on for the BREXIT deal.
Corbyn. Sturgeon and May all have to give some sort of olive branch to each other and drive BREXIT together. Politics I feel has changed and a pulling together of all parties is what everyone seems to be asking.
Right now, I think the olive branch from Scotland should be, we will have our referendum ONLY once we know 100% what the BREXIT deal will mean. In the meantime Scotland should give its voiced support for Westminster to get the best deal. It wouldn’t make sense not to.
Like it or not we are all in a situation where something is going to happen, the leaders are all looking at each other to see who is going to fuck it up while the others watch. It really is a shocking state of affairs when you think about it.
Not all of us are right. Not all of us are wrong. The political parties are the extremists of politics. They appeal broadly to the foot stomping, shouting and sneering of society. The rest of us just want someone to get on with the job and not lie, just be truthful and open with what is happening. It is really plain and simple.
The olive branch from Corbyn should be that he will back a UK Brexit plan under May but only on the condition of all party talks. Again the Tories have a majority but that’s democracy I guess. Take your chance. Corbyn should be backed by Sturgeon and offer a referendum once Brexit is known.
May should acknowledge she is the PM but is willing to listen to all party talks in return for an agreed joint togetherness for Brexit alone.
Ideally, the three leaders should work together, stronger negotiations, get the best deal, we could all then decide what to do. We all either stay the best of pals on the new deal, shake hands and stay together or go our separate ways with preferential trade deals with each other.
If not we end up being branded the politics with the ASBO.
The only ones who keep refusing are the Tories. Which begs the real question, what are they going to try to hide during BREXIT.
I think the Tories are running scared and trying to loot to train for their donors and sponsors and lobbyists before it starts. Their greed is going to be their downfall.BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS