The newspapers in Britain are full of stories about a conspiracy to thwart Brexit being led by Conservative MPs Oliver Letwin, Jew. and Dominic Grieve, who once boasted of his Jewish ancestry. Its success would require facilitation by the House of Commons speaker, John Berkowitz (aka John Bercow), also a Jew.
Nick Boles, another Conservative MP, is said to be leading another conspiratorial faction dedicated towards the same end. Boles is not himself a Jew, as far as I have been able to determine, but he is gay and his homosexual partner is an an Israeli called Shay Meshulam. Boles once even charged the taxpayer £678.80 for Hebrew lessons which he said he needed so he could talk to his partner. What was he doing with him before that?
And, of course, Soros is supporting the whole thing from behind the scenes.
The basic contours of the Jewish conspiracy will be as follows: they will introduce a vote to abolish or suspend Parliament’s standing order 14, which allows the government to control business in the House of Commons. After that is gone it will be a free-for-all, with anyone able to introduce any motions they like including ones that repeal the existing Brexit legislation.
May’s team got wind of the plot on Thursday evening when one of the conspirators — a former cabinet minister — was overheard by the government chief whip Julian Smith discussing the plan in the MPs’ cloakroom. He commissioned written advice from legal experts, who warned May her government’s future was at stake.
Smith briefed May on Friday on the explosive document, which says: “Such an attempt represents a clear and present danger to all government business.
“Without control of the order paper, the government has no control over the House of Commons and the parliamentary business and legislation necessary to progress government policies. The government would lose its ability to govern.”
A senior government source said that May and her aides were “shellshocked” and declared: “This could be game over for Brexit.” Another added: “This sounds very like a very British coup — and one that has profound implications for democracy.”
Crucially, Commons sources say the Speaker, John Bercow, is likely to allow the gambit to proceed. It can now be revealed that one of the rebel ringleaders, the former attorney general Dominic Grieve, visited Bercow in his official residence on Tuesday, the day before the Speaker tore up Commons rules to help remainer MPs.
Last night, Grieve refused to deny he was examining plans to seize control of the Commons timetable. He said: “I have no doubt that lots of people may be looking at all sorts of ideas since we are in a deepening national political crisis.”
Britain will leave the EU on March 29 unless there is a new act of parliament overturning existing Brexit legislation. Senior Brexiteers assume this is not possible as the government controls the timetable of Commons business. The plot, which May’s aides believe is being orchestrated by Sir Oliver Letwin, an ally of David Cameron, would torpedo that assumption.
…Last week, the Speaker tore up parliamentary precedent to allow another amendment by Grieve that set May a short deadline to return with a plan B — in defiance of the advice of the clerk of the Commons, who is guardian of the rules.
A source close to Bercow said: “Tearing up the standing orders is what I would expect to happen. He is setting out to stop Brexit. He’s part of the rebel team.”
In their mad effort to stop Brexit, the Jews are overturning precedents that have been in place for generation or even centuries. If their plot succeeds, we can expect an outpouring of nativist rage like nothing Britain has seen in modern times. This may actually be the best possible outcome.