East Suffolk Lib Dems Suffolk EU Alliance were in Halesworth with their stupid Brexitometer promoting a propaganda film they are having there on the 15’th of this month. The film is called post cards from the 48%. That’s interesting because there’s a shop in Halesworth selling postcards with ‘Bollocks to Brexit’ written on them. The film has nothing to do with the majority of people who voted to remain. What the film basically is, is clips from lots of people with vested interests in the EU giving the usual apocalyptic naratives for the adherants of the EU cult to say ‘Amen’ to. There’s also going to be a question and answer session afterwards with the film’s director. As is usuually the case with such question and answer sesions and political meeting of this nature, it will no doubt be people stating creedal statements based on their false world view with responses of confirmation of the false world view.
On the 27th of this month the
East Suffolk Lib Dems Suffolk EU Alliance are having a kareoke night singing songs by ABBA in Martlesham. Apparantly it is one of the best East Suffolk Lib Dem Suffolk EU Alliance experiences. Well, if it doesn’t get much better than that, I’m glad I’m a Brexiteer. The not so super troopers of the East Suffolk Lib Dems Suffolk EU Allaince will take a Chance on singing lots of ABBA songs, The Name of the Game is Money, Money Money to fund raise for their unwinnable fight to have democracy usurped. The theme will be blue, yellow and white. The colours of the supranational, poverty creating, democracy hating, totalitarian project that they have developed a bizarre form of Stockhom syndrome over, leaving a hole in the soul. They just can’t accept that their Waterloo has already happened and so pointlessly fight on. The Dancing Queens will be singing and dancing under blue and yellow balloons. Do I think this event sounds extremely muppetty? I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do. It’s ten quid for a ticket, for an extra fiver people can choose what song they’re singing and for a bit more dosh people can have something to eat but details of what it is hasn’t been announced yet. Finding someone in the food industry that isn’t pleased that they’re going to be free of having to fill in needless forms that do nothing for health and safety but give overpaid bureaucrats something to do may be difficult.