Finally we have a Prime Minister with a back bone. Britain has seen four almost identical sludges of leaders in the last two decades, all bowing down to Brussels as if they had Stockholm syndrome. But Boris and his top adviser Dominic Cummings have shown what can be done once you rid the Tory Party of remain extremists and wets. In one night the Tories successfully exorcised 21 so-called ‘Conservative’ MPs, in a move worthy of Harold Macmillan’s legendary night of the long knives. I give Cummings full credit for this.
Back in 2016 we fought Cummings to the death to get the official designation for the leave campaign, losing out by just a few points to Vote Leave.
However, it turned out to be a blessing, as it was Leave.EU and Nigel Farage’s campaign which turned out four million Labour leave voters, whilst Boris and Gove saw huge numbers of Tories bat for Brexit, bringing it over the line.
Having two Leave campaigns that appealed to different audiences was a huge advantage.
Now it is time the Conservatives realised that the leave collation must be energised to prevent the country falling into the hands of a dangerous Marxist.
Jeremy Corbyn and his cabal of anti-semites, Communists, Britain haters and EU fanatics must be kept out of Downing Street at all costs.
The only way to do that is for Boris and The Brexit Party to form a non-aggression pact.
The Prime Minister put country before party by sacking his anti-democratic MPs, now it’s time for Nigel Farage to do the same thing and only stand down in areas he has no chance of winning. Boris should match him in those northern Labour seats where the Tories are despised and Nigel is treated as the messiah.
Not only would this pave the way for a huge Brexit majority in Parliament, but it would force the Lib Dems and Labour to get into bed and form their own pact.
The Lib Dems’ credibility with voters would plummet, particularly with the soft Tory voters they crave in the south and south west if they entered a toxic alliance with Labour.
Most people would rather take Nigel Farage to tea with their granny than bring along Corbyn!
Corbyn is the most unpopular leader of the opposition in history, and rightly so.
His disgusting behaviour towards anti-Jewish racism, his comments praising Britain’s enemies and promoting his thug of a Marxist Shadow Chancellor are completely unacceptable for the British public.
Any deal between Corbyn and Jo Swinson would be far weaker than a Brexit alliance.
On one side the British public have a bunch of swivel eyed racists in wooly jumpers (that’s labour by the way) and a party still tarnished with its lies over tuition fees, and on the other two strong leaders willing to stand up for Britain.
However, if the Brexit Party and the Tories split each other’s votes, it could let Comrade Corbyn into Downing Street through the back door.
Informal discussions have already began on a non aggression pact and it’s time Boris and Nigel got serious about working together in the national interest.We at Leave.EU will put our past qualms with Cummings to one side and help use our vast online reach to campaign for whoever is most likely to deliver Brexit and stop the Communists marching into power.
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Tory Minister Kwasi Kwarteng casted doubt on any potential deal between the two parties on Question Time this week, believing his party can rerun the 2015 Cameron majority.
Just three months ago the supposed ‘natural party of government’ came 5th in the EU elections, whilst The Brexit Party came out on top with 5.2 million votes.
Arrogance and complacency could make Boris the shortest PM in history.
The country has moved on from four years ago, as has Nigel Farage who has a far more effective and slick machine than he has ever had before.
Throw in years of Tory incompetence with May’s betrayal and there is no reason why voters would automatically vote Conservative.
John McDonnell has already opened up the door to not only a second EU referendum but a second Scottish vote, understanding there is no way Labour will net power without the Scottish nationalists.
We face a stark choice.
Let the United Kingdom split up, stay in the prison of Brussels forever weakened and humiliated, and allow the State to destroy private enterprise bankrupting Britain. Or deliver Brexit and take the UK into a new global era with conservative values.
It’s over to you Boris.