February 2, 2019 at 8:54 am
A movement is very easily sidelined when organised around a set theme. Decentralised and coordinated action in both deed and word is much harder to stop.
Gandhi was correct, “be the change you want to see in the world”.
With the internet Be the Change and just let others know too.Dominic Raab Confirms changes in Chequers deal appeared after his signing off the draft? See from 2.11 mins02:11election who authorized that it’s not02:13clear to me I’ve asked that question as02:15a change made that if it wasn’t you and02:17you’re the02:17secretary paid to be the negotiator the02:19brexit said we can only have been the02:21Prime Minister well I don’t know I asked02:22that question in cabinet I haven’t had a02:23particular good answers it was described02:26as a drafting change but I think if you02:27look at it you’ve got it there in front02:28of you it is very clear that the future02:31relationship will be based on this02:33
Steve Baker makes the same point in his detailed evidence to the Brexit committee.
The Western world’s élite media set are not obsessed with Brexit: they are hell-bent on the destruction of everything Brexit is about. Cast adrift by the very politicians who claim to represent them, the People of Britain have one remaining weapon – electoral blackmail to threaten the political class with extinction.
I confess to feeling a little sorry at the moment for all those hungry cats chased up trees in which they are now stuck. All over Britain, the trees are full of felines starving to death because there’s no room on news bulletins or in tabloids for those little snippets that make us go “Aaaah!”
Although such items are always referred to as “human interest” stories, it is amazing how often they feature animals.
But for now, I see no octopus about to predict the result of the Grand National, no kittens whose best friend is a…
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