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Theresa May – Traitor To The British Voters

Twenty-five months ago the British electorate voted to leave the European Union. That vote is referred to as Brexit. The voters demanded that the UK leave the EU. yet Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has dragged its feet and the UK is still a part of the EU. What is the hold up? It is really quite simple. Theresa May supported the Remain bloc, that wanted to stay in the EU, so naturally she has done everything in her power to prevent Brexit from happening.

In Theresa May’s cocoon, the vote of the people of the UK was a mistake. Her supreme arrogance allows her to ignore the voters and place roadblock after roadblock in the way of fulfilling the wishes of the people of the UK. She is a Globalist, and Globalists want the EU to remain, and to become more powerful.

Now Theresa May is facing a crisis in her party, the Conservative Party, as two of the Brexit negotiators and the Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, have resigned over differences with May’s “soft Brexit” policies”.

History may well show that Theresa May, in being a traitor to the voters of Britain, led them to their destruction. The EU seeks to destroy all sovereignty of its member nations. If Britain is destroyed, it will not be the voters who destroyed it. No, it will be Theresa May and her Globalist allies. The vote to leave the EU was a vote to save Britain from the clutches of the power seeking EU.

Even as other nations in the EU bloc are standing up to the un-elected bureaucrats of Brussels, Theresa May bows down to them. The voters be damned.


Shorty Dawkins



  1. I see little difference in actions of those who SERVE WITHIN our governments, the PEOPLE’s representatives do NOT do as the people wish them to, put them into office to do, etc here either.

    What is different? We are not enforcing the US Constitution, nor our state Constitutions as we are required to do. At least there the people are not the REQUIRED enforcers of those who serve within their governments, but here, WE are the enforcers.

    Bertrand Russell,1953: “… Diet, injections, and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible…” (“The Impact of Science on Society”, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1953)

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