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Monday, 18 March 2013

BLUEPRINT FOR A NEW BRITAIN: How to oust Cameron and leave the EU


  1. First, join the Conservative Party at http://www.conservatives.com/Get_involved/Join.aspx.  Please don't fanny about saying how much you hate them.  Politics is a dirty business and you will just have to hold your nose.   You cannot vote in the leadership contest if you are not a member for at least three months before a leadership contest.   Don't waste any time and money with UKIP.  Some of them are so stupid that they think they can be a party of government when they haven't even got a single UKIP MP!  That is how stupid they are.   
  2. http://conservativehome.blogs.com/parliament/2011/10/the-79-conservative-mps-who-voted-for-a-referendum.html  If you are a constituent of any of the MPs listed here, write to them in the strongest possible terms and say you expect them to write to the Chairman of the 1922 Committee to trigger a vote of no confidence, or you will be voting for UKIP next election.  At least 46 MPs have to write to the Chairman so get writing to your MP if you are Eurosceptic and your MP is on the list.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservative_Party_(UK)_leadership_election,_2005#The_current_rules
  3. Vote for Eurosceptic leadership candidate who promises a referendum ASAP as leader of the Tory Party to replace Cameron.  
All who are thinking of throwing their hats as Eurosceptics in the ring for this one will be expected to choose just one leadership challenger using the rules that mirror the rules for the Papal Conclave.  This is so as to ensure that there is not an embarrassment of choices and no undue delay.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papal_conclave
Er, that's it.  

It really is that simple.   

Top Tory Eurosceptic MPs are:

John Baron - an army man but not a warmonger, principled and groomed for the job, he would be the *perfect* Conservative Prime Minister
Peter Bone - naughty but nice.  A Chartered Accountant as Chancellor of the Exchequer sounds better than leaving it in the hands of a history graduate, however well born.
Edward Leigh - experienced and consistent, Thatcherite, socially conservative and most importantly, pro-clause 28 and anti-gay marriage.  I fancy him in a pointy hat as Archbishop of Canterbury.  Farewell Welby and goodbye female vicars and female bishops! Girlies cannot be priests or the sky will fall in, as it clearly has. 
Mark Reckless - tall, dark and legally-trained.  Could he be Lord Chancellor?
Philip Davies - impish.  Out with the glum and prissy Vince Cable as Business Secretary and in with Our Phil who understands all about business as he has trained at ASDA!
Steve Baker - flying high , perhaps as Education Secretary?
Nick de Bois - a whiz at social networking during the 2011 riots.  Home Secretary, I think.
Penny Mordaunt - PHWOAR!!  Top Tory Totty!  I would make her Health Secretary, with  her interest in hospitals and orphanages.
Chris Heaton-Harris - dark, dashing, devious and climate-change denying, I would make him Energy Secretary.
  1. John Baron  
  2. Peter Bone  
  3. Edward Leigh  
  4. Mark Reckless  
  5. Philip Davies   
  6. Steve Baker   
  7. Nick de Bois   
  8. Penny Mordaunt  
  9. Chris Heaton-Harris  

After the Tories dump Cameron, it is hoped they will dump the Mansion-taxing Europhiliac Manginas and have a coalition with the Labour Party instead.

If we are to be governed by a corrupt cartel, let it be an experienced corrupt cartel.  

This will of course steady the markets nicely.  

The Labour Party will also need a leadership election of their own.   


  1. Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley)
  2. Rosie Cooper (Lancashire West)
  3. Jeremy Corbyn (Islington North)
  4. Jon Cruddas (Dagenham & Rainham)
  5. John Cryer (Leyton & Wanstead)
  6. Ian Davidson (Glasgow South West)
  7. Natascha Engel (Derbyshire North East)
  8. Frank Field (Birkenhead)
  9. Roger Godsiff (Birmingham Hall Green)
  10. Kate Hoey (Vauxhall)
  11. Kelvin Hopkins (Luton North)
  12. Steve McCabe (Birmingham Selly Oak)
  13. John McDonnell (Hayes & Harlington)
  14. Austin Mitchell (Great Grimsby)
  15. Dennis Skinner (Bolsover)
  16. Andrew Smith (Oxford East)
  17. Graham Stringer (Blackley & Broughton)
  18. Gisela Stuart (Birmingham Edgbaston)
  19. Mike Wood (Batley & Spen)

It has got to be Frank Field as leader of the Labour Party, hasn't it?

Think of how much that would steady the markets, folks!

The British will then have a National Government.  

I will then be able to tell my mates in the BNP that I have managed to swing for them a British National Government after all, and they will be so pleased with me!   



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