Chris Grayling adopts ‘Project Fear’ approach

Why anyone would listen to ‘Failing Grayling’ is beyond me but then I remember that we live in a Daily Mail kind of world.

Not content with ruining the Justice Department, overseeing the largest discontent in recent times over public transport, daily rail chaos and the no ferry debacle, Chris has waded in today with his latest attempt to sound clever.

“People have to think long and hard about how they are going to vote.

“This is too important for political game-playing and I urge Conservative MPs who back Brexit and others to back the deal.

“If not, we risk a break with the British tradition of moderate, mainstream politics that goes back to the Restoration in 1660.

“MPs need to remember that Britain, its people and its traditions are the mother of Parliaments.

We ignore that and the will of the people at our peril.”

He then goes on to say that the U.K. could become a “less tolerant society” and a “more nationalistic nation”.

Obviously Grayling has not heard of the ‘Hostile Environment’ project or noticed the divisions created during the referendum as his political friends and ideologue millionaire chums fostered to meet their own means.

So, yet again, we are expected to give in to the threats of civil disorder and extremism just to enact the biggest historical act of national self-harm ever conceived. Earlier on in the week we were supposed to ‘get behind Brexit’ to avoid violence threatened by extremists and even to protect the safe passage of barges on the UK’s waterways (see earlier posts) and now this. The very threat of re-angering Farage and his minions should not be a reason to accept the significant damage Brexit will bring to our lives for generations to come.

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