Boris Johnson is now being compared to Charles I who was tried and executed for treason. Oddly, what the media neglects to understand is that Charles’ ‘treason’ was religiously based during the era in which the Puritans and the Catholics were at odds and Charles lean toward Arminian belief in ‘free will’ and Catholicism was deemed – heretical.
In essence, Charles came up against his parliament and ultimately imprisoned them given their Puritan views were becoming more and more vehement against Charles religious opinions. The rumblings of assassination were eminent. Their rule was dissolved, and Charles presided as Monarch over England, Scotland and Ireland without a parliament for 11 years.
While those opposed to BREXIT are asserting that Boris Johnson is implementing a dictatorship coup, in truth he is fighting for The People who voted for BREXIT and against the insane infighting within a corrupt parliament that has dragged on since 2016 with absolutely no result.
Theresa May’s legacy obliterated, Johnson vowed to uphold the majority vote. Corbyn and the Soros agenda want a ‘new and improved’ referendum which will likely be rigged. The obvious question being – why? Why would a new referendum be necessary when there is no allegation of impropriety in the first?
Ultimately, Charles was tried for treason despite the House of Lords objections. The Rump Parliament self declared their power and right to trial and execution. The charges held Charles acted for his sole purpose in igniting the English Civil War. However, the war was a power play, and the execution of Charles was upheld later to be without merit.
In fact the Rump Parliament, the Puritans, perpetrated ‘a coup’.
If Corbyn and the never BREXITeers were to read the history of Charles I, they might find it necessary to backtrack on their assertion against Johnson given the coup was not invoked by Charles, but by Oliver Cromwell, head of the English Army and a devout Puritan.
Winston Churchill called Cromwell a military dictator. His tolerance of English and Irish Catholics was considered genocidal.
The article in The Guardian by John Rees, completely omits the most relevant frame of the rule of Charles I which was ‘religious freedom’. He provides a very superfluous narrative recounting a ‘radical mood’ and masses of Londoners. In fact, the ‘radical mood’ was the Puritans desire to eradicate the Catholics. As in genocide.
Charles I would actually be a somewhat positive declaration in that regard. He advocated to rid his parliament of the radicals, so that his duties as King and warrior could be officiated.
Johnson’s parliament is incompetent. They have demonstrated that fact for the last 3 years. They are incapable of making a decision with respect to BREXIT and thus have done absolutely nothing during their past three year tenure as a government whose duty is to work for the people. They have fought, cursed, and been brought to forcible eviction with flailing fists. The English gentleman – has died.
Instead Rees invokes the claim that businesses demand a deal. Actually, businesses have already prepped for a no-deal, they’ve had 3 years to do so!
John Rees claims that the Tory-Brexiteers did not vote for a Trump-Johnson no deal. Which is true. BREXIT quite simply was a vote to stay or leave the EU. There was no talk of trade deals, costs, blackmail by the EU Commission, or fees. That is, until the EU realized they lost and they were up shitake creek! With 72% turnout, Leave won. And Remainers act much like Hillary, unable to accept their loss.
With three years now wasted, Boris Johnson is effecting the vote of the people amidst a somewhat convoluted EU Commission attempt to extort money from the UK in an effort to convince them that leaving isn’t worth the cost. But the people are weary of an ineffectual parliament and want to go on with their lives.
Enter Trump. Trump offers Boris logistical trade deals to help take the smack out of the bite. And the Leavers are hysterical! Why? Because their argument just tanked. I’m surprised they haven’t called Boris a racist, or Hitler, perhaps that will be their next comical ploy…
In essence, in order for the UK economy to get its footing back, a hard BREXIT is the only way that can be effected. They have floundered in limbo for too long. With other EU countries flailing miserably in their own economic woes, the EU Commission has lost its position of power. Having rejected every offer brought to the table, they had no intention of ever accepting anything less than a new referendum in which the people voted to stay.
They lost their poker hand and had no more chips.
Know when to hold em, know when to fold em, know when to walk away, and know when to run…
It is time to RUN