Wednesday, 6 July 2016


As a social media queen there has been little time to write a blog or think about anything other than the election that took place on the 23rd June. The most exciting race I have ever seen with both sides Brexit and Remain managing to create havoc. The Remains behaved so badly to everybody accusing the other side of having too many old people voting, too many people turning up to vote and the appalling screaming of a child when they lose a tennis match, throwing down their rackets and saying it isn't fair. An election is an election, people vote and the one that wins gets into office. Simple really? Was it really correct they had brochures printed and pencils stamped with REMAIN, when the Brexiters had none. Despite their bullying, 17.5 million people happily voted out against their 16.5.
Then on top of this David Cameron immediately threw in his flag and said he wasn't staying as Primeminister followed by Boris who was plainly stitched up and treated appallingly by his so called good friends. He was possibly the only reason why some people voted out of the EU Federal State, not realising the real politics were actually about the lack of voting power.  Nigel Farage, stepped down too who is only seen in a bad light, yet he has given time to British Politics, clearly getting the votes for his outrageous rhetoric.   The stubbiness, in face of failure, with a dedication of putting Blair behind bars, seems to keep Jeremy Corbyn hobbling along with dead weights on his feet, and most people within the Labour movement against him. Then Michael Gove, the accidental email, a wife writing for The Daily Mail. Wow.

People utilising social media to attack others was regrettable.  Putting aside, democracy as so many do, an unamed Baroness whilst in her ivory tower suggested a paper bag over my head, because my hat by Stephen Jones was out of date and my ideas different from hers. This was instantly killed by one of my male fans who jumped at my defence and said "I have drawn a bag with eyes on it expecially for you so they know which way you are facing you are so ugly"  Another editor from a paper told the Baroness that she was in no position to speak and told to return to her palace. I do believe she had one with drawn crown jewels.
This was just my in box.
The word Xenophobia spun round for anyone who did not agree with the Remain's jumped up claim to overthrow any Brexiter, despite the fact we, the Brexiter, had just gone out and voted. By accusing one of having different thinking is xenophobic in itself.
Petitions came through the post, crys of Nando's, gossip that the NHS belonged to the EU and would now be lost, and worst of all there would be no free trips to Europe in the future.
The shameful treatment by Mr Juncker and Mrs Merkel,  towards us, when you consider we give them approximately 9 billion a year for a tiny return, whilst our manufacturing is nil and our fisherman starve from the lack of work. In the meantime the union coud have altered the voting to make it democratic and offered to help the North of England with Industry instead of sending it to Holland and Dresden.

It is time for women now, it is time because the men have fucked it up. Thank goodness for Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom, who on opposite sides, offer us calm and the quiet intelligence of headmistresses, whilst the men put their penii back in their pockets.

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