What’s the real point of the Brexit Party? Preventing a Labour government, perhaps?

If you want to know the quality of a man, consider who his friends are: Here’s Nigel Farage with Jacob Rees-Mogg.

The Brexit Party can’t win any elections. So what is it for?

Nigel Farage’s new outfit is fielding candidates for UK constituencies in the European Parliament elections, but it is impossible for any single party, based in any single country, to win a majority in that legislature.

People who think the Brexit Party, in the European Parliament, will actually bring about Brexit are sadly deluded.

What else can it do, though?

Well, it could indicate UK constituencies where support for other main parties – particularly Labour – is weak.

There is a general election in the offing, and right-wingers such as the Brexit Party and its supporters may find that information useful.

A new general election will be about Brexit, far more than the EU election. With leave-supporting Labour areas identified in this month’s poll, though, it tells this minority party where to concentrate its resources to take seats away from the left-wing party.

Result: Labour is deprived of a Parliamentary majority and the UK ends up with a coalition of far-right Tories and the Brexit Party… and without a National Health Service:

Think about it.

Is this a plot to shortchange us out of the decent government we desperately need, yet again?

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7 thoughts on “What’s the real point of the Brexit Party? Preventing a Labour government, perhaps?

  1. nmac064

    Who in their right mind would vote for a political party which won’t publish any policies until after the election? Without doubt Farage is an empty rabble rouser and nation wrecker.

  2. Harvey Lloyd

    The bad news is that a big proportion of the people are supporting him – he is not an empty rabble rouser – he has the power to draw support from the masses. He certainly is a nation wrecker.

  3. trev

    Sadly there are an awful lot of Reactionary idiots among the gullible British public who will vote for people like Farage or Rees Mogg, many of them poor Working Class too, which beggars belief.

    1. dee ROSS

      having worked with ill, disabled and people living with long term ailments./illnesses, plus later in life, unemployed and others on various dsss benefits as it was called back then, and i know its a long time ago, it doesnt make much difference . then or now the only difference is now things are 100 times worse. what i fail to understand are people who back in the 1990s worked alongside me as a nurse or benefits adviser (on the clients side not the DSS) then one at least but a lot more who retrained as nurses later on, and saw a lot of what went on in the nursing world. how can they have a clear conscious and still vote conservative, and any of the smaller parties knowing those parties will never be big enough to form a government, knowing how this government and most of the smaller parties dont give a fig for people similar to those they looked after. or helped to keep their heads above water feed their kids and get the benefits they are entitled by dint of the taxes they paid when in work, or the NI contributions which back then were supposed to go towards our pensions our health needs etc.

  4. hugosmum70

    UNFORTUNATELY I AM COMING ACROSS MORE AND MORE OF THE DELUDED WHO ARE SUPPORTING THIS APOLOGY FOR A MAN….. it sickens me to even look at his face. he took millions of pounds in wages from the EU while doing nothing for Britain. couldnt even bother to attend the EU and was a laughing stock among other members from others countries.plus he is killing our country and its people off. yet so many who are disillusioned by the main parties are turning to him and his party.

  5. Leslie Moore

    The established political parties should not have tried to subvert the will of the people by the instructions they received at the referendum which were to leave the EU, the customs union & the single market. In cases were the current parties prove to ignore the democratic mandate they are no longer worthy of governing us as a people. Thay have brought this onto their own heads with worse to come.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      The referendum was only about whether the UK should leave the EU. The manner in which the UK was to leave the EU was to be left up to Parliament. That was explicity from the start, although many people seem to have ignored it.
      So it is inaccurate to say the instruction was to leave the EU, the customs union and the single market. It was to leave the EU in a manner agreed by Parliament.

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