Tim Farron really is a scumbag, isn’t he?

The UK’s final Brexit deal must not be decided by “a stitch-up between Whitehall and Brussels”, the Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, has said, promising his party will seek to hold Theresa May’s government to account over the process.

Chief Remoaner insisting that the will of the people must not be frustrated?

32 comments on “Tim Farron really is a scumbag, isn’t he?

  1. Well it makes sense. Because Tim has an opportunity to kick Labour into the open goal called electoral obscurity.

  2. I was going to say I wouldn’t cross the road to p!ss on the guy. Then I remembered he is a Lib-Dem. He would probably enjoy that.

    I look forward to seeing how our elites are going to derail Brexit

  3. The Liberal Democrats are really a very nasty party. They think the ends justify the means. This then means that any lying and cheating they do is justified. Which is why they employ sociopaths who have no problem with lying – and coincidentally have other bad habits – attacking women, etc. So about par for the course really. If the Lib Dems were to disappear, it would make politics a cleaner and better place. And I have to say Labour and the Tories are pretty mucky – but they are angels relative to the Lib Dems.

  4. The Liberal Democrats Politicians are really very nasty. They think the ends justify the means. This then means that any lying and cheating they do is justified. Which is why they employ sociopaths who have no problem with lying – and coincidentally have other bad habits

    Fixed that for you.

  5. Ken is correct, as anyone who’s ever been involved at activist level in constituency politics will tell you.

  6. What I find really infuriating is that this buck-tooted cockgobbler Farron has the presumptuous temerity to sends me emails (and occasional letters) headed “Friend”, imploring me to support some enterprise or cause that is the polar opposite of my views. I’d be delighted to know by what underhand means he got my email details – I certainly did not knowingly provide them to his party.

  7. BraveFart – “I’d be delighted to know by what underhand means he got my email details – I certainly did not knowingly provide them to his party.”

    I hope it is not because you both like the same sort of “Special Interest” Website …..

  8. He wants a referendum on the terms of exit, he might even believe that if those terms were rejected then we get to stay in.

    I’m in favour of a referendum on the terms, either we accept what crap May and her cronies in league with the EU have cobbled together or we have a hard exit and fuck May and the EU.

    I’d like to see the question on the ballot paper expressed like that as well.

    The reality is that if Art.50 is ever triggered, the UK and the EU will spend two years and a lot of money with no agreement whatsoever followed by hard exit and blame/recriminations all round.

  9. The reality is that if Art.50 is ever triggered, the UK and the EU will spend two years and a lot of money with no agreement whatsoever followed by hard exit and blame/recriminations all round.

    This. As I understand things any deal would have to be approved by the EU in a unanimous vote. And that aint gonna happen.

  10. ken says,

    “The Liberal Democrats are really a very nasty party. They think the ends justify the means. This then means that any lying and cheating they do is justified. ”

    Oh yes. I caught them out in a football queue at the railway station* a lot of years ago. It was just before an EU election and they were going round claiming that if the LibDems won they’d call a referendum on the EU. When they got close to me and I realised what they were doing I called them out and they quickly scuttled past. I told my son to stay where he was and followed calling them liars every time they opened their mouths. They soon fucked off.

    Anyway, Tim Farron is one of the nastiest politicians I’ve seen and with a bit of luck he’ll drive a few remainers away. Their fight with Labour’s also going to split the left further which is good news.

    *We were going to see Wycombe Wanderers play Preston at Wembley in the in the 1994 play off finals. Great game. Martin O’Niell was manager and they played some good football.

  11. The Limp Dicks do seem to have more than their fair share of sexual deviants…Never mind Jeremy Thorpe, Cyril Smith et al, but a local LD councillor in these parts was jailed for sexually assaulting female patients in his role as a nurse, and a local LD activist couple (both physically hideous) are swingers.

  12. The new LD MP for Richmond Park is going to vote against it. Which pretty much means she’s fucked at the next election.

  13. BiW

    Richmond Park was strongly Remain – it’s nothing more than a slightly posher / leafier version of Islington.

  14. BobRocket said:
    “The reality is that if Art.50 is ever triggered, the UK and the EU will spend two years and a lot of money with no agreement whatsoever followed by hard exit and blame/recriminations all round.”

    Still better than staying in.

  15. “The will of the people” ? I trust this was summoned in a torchlight parade by appealing to ancient gods with virgin blood ? Oh you mean that poxy opinion poll …silly me .
    Had the referendum been limited to those who could tell you what the single market is then Remain would have won pretty much all the votes.
    Increasing taxes at high income levels (which would cost money) has been solidly supported for decades, lets act on that shall we.
    In fact Extensive polling carried out by NatCen, the independent social research agency, and overseen by the elections expert John Curtice suggests 90% of people favour remaining in the single market, regardless of how they voted in the referendum.
    Voters overwhelmingly want Britain to remain in the EU single market after Brexit but would also like to see controls on immigration

    Which will did you mean?

    I still hope that Tim will come to see the e of h w , after all where’s the fun in being invertebrate lick spittle of the state ,” Blog supports Government Policy shocker “ eeooo

  16. “…two years and a lot of money with no agreement whatsoever followed by hard exit and blame/recriminations all round.”

    What is it that stops us spending those two years getting trade deals fully finalised with other countries?

    For example here Brexit: Civil servants to get international trade training the BBC says “The UK cannot negotiate any deals until it has left the EU and, at the moment, the government is restricted to scoping out potential future opportunities”.

    What is it that stops us talking properly to the USA, Australia etc now? and what would happen if we ignored it?

  17. “Voters overwhelmingly want Britain to remain in the EU single market after Brexit but would also like to see controls on immigration”
    Easily achieved using free market methods : maximum two children on new child tax credits claims – no foreign development aid – no convergence funding – no farm subsidies – out of the Customs Union and zero tariffs on agricultural produce including processed produce with all parts of the world. All these drive immigration to the UK at a rate faster than you’d expect if it was left to market forces.

    Stay in the SM and out of the savings bung councils £100 per hectare to spend on environmental programmes as they see fit.

  18. Newmania – “that poxy opinion poll”

    You lost. Did you not notice?

    But then you claim to be a long-term reader of this blog, yet managed to miss Tim’s longstanding opposition to the EU, so perhaps that’s no surprise.

  19. Newmania

    Had the referendum been limited to those who could tell you what the single market is then Remain would have won pretty much all the votes.

    That’s interesting. More usefully, what if those both voting and campaigning in the referendum had been restricted to those who didn’t have any direct financial vested interest (in the EU), or otherwise leeching from the EU gravy train?

    Ie, exlcude all current and former EU employees, all those charitities and organisations that receive EU grants, the BBC and lots similar (same basis), etc.

    Actually, isn’t this list endless, and account for pretty much most of the dishonesty / spin / lies we encountered by those campaigning in favour of remaining?

  20. If you are going to post NewRemainia at least kindly refrain from insulting readers with a pack of brazen lies–and your scummy stooge-of tyranny opinion that a promised democratic vote was an “opinion poll”.

    If memory serves you used to hang about on Jackal-Hearts blog. Why not piss off back there and help him paint his face Union-Jack colour for major sporting events.

    Not, of course, for anything that might actually help the country and the cause of freedom tho’.

  21. Newmania is boring as well as illiterate. Every single post contains the same dribble. The two central delusions in what one might loosely call his argument are as follows:

    1) He and his swivel-eyed co-religionists have a superior understanding of the EU, such that no rational person could disagree with them on any grounds.
    2) The objections that he raises to the referendum itself are unique to it. Completely ignoring its result would have no repercussions for democracy in this country at all.

    He is a simpleton who adds nothing to any debate. Worse than any troll I’ve seen here.

  22. The Lib Dems really are vile. They grew pretending to be the alternative to the same old political corruption that was the Labour -Tory axis, but used this cover to be the biggest cunts of all at a tactical level. Eye-watering levels of cuntishness at the higher levels of the party, including criminal and deviant behaviour.

  23. Van Patten

    Most of the stuff I’ve seen suggests that there is no significant change since the vote. Basically reasonably evenly divided, with a small but statistically significant majority in favour of leave. There are a few attempts to claim evidence of regret amongst leavers, but doesnt stand up to scrutiny – some evidence that some who did not vote wish they had, but always a somewhat flighty group.

    Newmania

    90% favour single market, 70% favour migration controls. So the former clashes with the latter and doesnt really give any evidence in favour of wanting to remain. As for wanting the vote to be limited to those who understood what the single market was, this is idiotic – if we limited voting on some amorphous criteria of comprehension of one aspect, it is a recipe for chaos and bias.

    I happen to think that leaving is bad economically, although I never believed the idiotic HMT forecasts for an immediate recession, but I can understand why a big chunk of the locals dislike being displaced in the labour market by Eastern Europeans. In the end this was a a big constitutional decision that the UK population was asked and they answered – you lost, get over it. And yes, it was always going to mean leaving the single market, with some attempt at negotiating a better deal, but a significant part of the vote was about no free movement, which was always going to mean no single market.

  24. This Brexit lark seems an awful of bother and as prudent as driving off a cliff.It is really worth it just so Theresa Silly Knickers may can renege on Cameron’s anti Brexit anti UKIP position and scoop up the loyal British anti immigrant vote for herself and the Conservative Party in perpetuity? Guaranteeing that people’s houses will always go up in value and that their owners wont be upset by foreigners coming over here and doing a job of work and paying taxes would appear to give the Tories a killer advantage: all just a bit fascist don’t you think?

  25. In the past it was an effort to pass off stupidly anti-social behaviour such as burning wood in heavily built up areas as libertarian but with Brexit all kinds of lunacy such as driving the wrong way down a one- way- street has suddenly become a brave act of resistance.
    And the occasion can be as trivial as you like ( Beleaving is the refuge of trivia lovers) Should Sadiq Khan actually do something to protect air quality, the loopies will come out bravely for throwing immigrants out of this country forthwith even it means we are exiled in disgrace from the Single Market.
    Appease fascists at your cost.

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