That’s why you listened so well to the Countryside Alliance then Will, yes?

When people are roused in their hundreds of thousands to give up their time for peaceful protest, they are never wrong.

Quite apart from that snark consider the fatuity of the statement itself. The toothbrush moustache gained vast crowds – they were not wrong?

26 comments on “That’s why you listened so well to the Countryside Alliance then Will, yes?

  1. Real numbers are not yet established.

    The crappy march EU-suck march a few weeks before yesterdays shitshow was described by BBC liars as “half a million” marchers. The organisers claimed 100,000 but less partisan counters said 70,000.

    670,000? We’ll see.

    And even if accurate–somebody pointed out on here last time that the Smoke had two million Remain votes on the day so 70% of their own London voters couldn’t be arsed to take a walk etc in their own back yard for the sake of remain treason. Not to mention all the WOMI trash bussed in (650k of our money paid by the ESpew to subsidise said bussing ).

    No Dear Remainiac pukes–remain is a busted flush.

  2. This was the biggest protest on the streets of London since the Iraq war. The Sun was no less scornful of the protesters then, and the political class no less equally keen to ignore them. But 15 years on there is no doubt that the Iraq war was a first-order calamity.

    Saddam didn’t have WMD, therefore we must stay in the EU.

    The EU is a noble cause

    Citation needed.

    If there is another vote, it will undoubtedly be won by Remain.

    Because nobody I know voted for Nixon.

    Ignore the absurd arguments that the people having a second vote is somehow undemocratic

    Man who bitterly opposed the first referendum says we definitely need a second one and everyone should just ignore the questionable democratic implications of forcing through NeverEndums till the public gets it “right”.

    Just before the referendum, Mr Hutton sneeringly wrote:

    Yoked in an uneasy coalition with communities that share these views are the greying Conservatives in the suburbs and shires, yearning for the lost certainties of the pre-EU Britain they grew up in 40 or 50 years ago. They inherit the mindset of empire and Britain in 1940

    Substitute a few words and that’s Remain in a nutshell, innit? Superannuated old farts yearning for their salad days of well-funded sinecures where they didn’t have to produce anything, gender-indeterminate urban bugpeople swarming out of their metropolitan shoeboxes to moan about change. Bitter clingers, still yearning for an irretrievable past that offered – at best – the comforting numbness of mediocrity, a warm bath of piss long since gone cold.

    Cod-nostalgia for the not-so good old days of Exchange Rate Mechanisms, banana straighteners, and Jacques Delors.

    Do not go gentle into that good night,
    Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
    Reee, reee against the dying of the shite.

  3. Never wrong? What a tw*t. Amazingly, comments not open so he can’t be mocked.

    All the participants in this losers’ parade look like well off middle class Guardian readers; a real cross-section of society!

  4. But it was for a People’s Vote! How could you be against a People’s Vote?

    Wait . . . what is a People’s Vote? Didn’t people vote last time? WTF is a People’s Vote? 700,000 sloganeering people couldn’t be wrong!

    The picture’s caption says, ‘Campaigners march through central London to Parliament to demand a vote on the final Brexit deal.’ While one holds a sign saying ‘We are stronger together.’ Another sign says ‘End fortress Europe – free movement for all.’

    That is NOT about “the final Brexit deal.” That is Remain shi+. The Guardian is LYING. Knowingly and conspicuously.

  5. If they want a referendum on a final negotiated deal, fine. But, given it’s the final deal, the question is: does the UK leave the EU with this final deal, or does the UK leave the EU with no deal?

    The remainers don’t get to change the decision that the UK is leaving the EU. That’s in the bag.

    And if it isn’t, then democracy is dead and the social deal is over. With a clear conscience we can go back to armed conflict to decide things.

  6. Losers go on marches. Winners go home and fuck the prom queen.

    It’s the last desperate thing that giant babies do. You made your argument in the press, the public keep supporting nuclear weapons, cuts to Sure Start, vote for Brexit, Trump. How does spending a day in London with a dumb placard change that? They assume that taking to the streets with “Bollocks to Brexit” is going to make all those dumb gammons realise they made a mistake.

  7. PJF – With a clear conscience we can go back to armed conflict to decide things.

    Which isn’t as unimaginable as folks think. We’ve been historically lucky in this country, but there’s nothing magical about British soil that guarantees peace and relative toleration forever.

    Probably wouldn’t be Roundheads v Cavaliers again, but something approaching NornIron in the bad old days isn’t out of the question, particularly given the various mutually hostile ethnic enclavistans successive governments have imported.

    Another piece of recent history that’s been successfully memory-holed: the widespread “Asian” riots of 2000-ish. Also the glimpse of multiculturalism gone wild in the 2011 riots.

    Britain looks stable on the surface. But we’re only ever a couple of missed benefits payments away from Chavageddon.

  8. Willy Hutton moves smoothly to the top of the list of arrogant patrician insulting cvnts I’d most like to punch in the face and the ‘nads

  9. The Guardian:

    ” Populism is really, really bad.”

    Also the Guardian:

    ” Thousands of people who want the same thing can’t be wrong.”

    Pick one.

  10. They ignored the march by 1,000,000 people some years ago because we were “under threat” of annihilation by weapons of mass destruction. Yet whilst we are under threat of annihilation and assimilation into the EUSSR they say we should take the wishes of 700,000* into account. You can see why many are starting to disbelieve the establishment and are actively working to restore the power of the people and take it back from the elite. The politicians and civil service are supposed to work for us, not their own interests or those who pay the most. The more the elite take actions against the populous, the more the the populous sees the light and fights back. Like the case of Count Dankula, the authorities thought they were clamping down on hate speech, but because all reasonable people saw it as joke the authorities are pretty much bringing the law into disrepute. Because when the people believe the law is a joke, they will not follow it. And the more laws are shown to be stupid, the more people will ignore them.

  11. “When people are roused in their hundreds of thousands to give up their time for peaceful protest, they are never wrong.” I’d loved to be a fly on the wall when Mr. Hutton is bloviating about Trump’s massive crowds as he stumps for the mid-terms.

  12. “In the same way that a “People’s Republic” is run by the “people”.”

    Ahhh . . . yes. So the next vote could be 120% remain.

    “With a clear conscience we can go back to armed conflict to decide things.”

    But you gave up your arms. 2nd Amendment is a good idea. Obama’s legacy could have been civil war. He is that bad – a Muslim socialist. America was not that far from armed upheaval.

    Dems call for resistance now, but they gave up their guns over the last 50 years on instructions from the collective.

  13. “All the participants in this losers’ parade look like well off middle class Guardian readers; a real cross-section of society!”

    And worried about what Brexit could mean for the Portuguese au pair, the cottage in the Dordogne, those villa holidays in Provence and Tuscany, the price of prosecco, the Polish plumber, visas for ski trips, the Romanian care workers that look after grandma and taking the labradoodle across the Channel… It’s a disaster, dahling!

  14. BraveFart
    Woolly Willy is anything but “patrician” – son of a factory worker, then grammar school, then Bristol University. He does though have a face you would never tire of punching.

  15. Another piece of recent history that’s been successfully memory-holed: the widespread “Black” riots of 1980s – the glimpse of multiculturalism gone wild.

    That was when a police UOR led to a massive order for Simpson “Darth Vader” crash helmets.

  16. “Willy Hutton moves smoothly to the top of the list of arrogant patrician insulting cvnts I’d most like to punch in the face and the ‘nads.”

    To quote Basil Fawlty, “You’ll have to sew ‘em back on first.”.

  17. Woolly Willy is anything but “patrician” – son of a factory worker, then grammar school, then Bristol University.

    He doesn’t seem posh enough to be writing in the Graun…

  18. Gamecock:

    Wait . . . what is a People’s Vote? Didn’t people vote last time? WTF is a People’s Vote?

    Of course, the Liberals of 100 years ago came up with the People’s Budget, which was passed. But since then all “People’s” sloganeering has been taken over by the left. Apart from in foreign countries – think Danish People’s Party, etc.

    But, yes, the people here seriously think that they can “democratically” overturn the result and keep us in the European Union! It’s a massive joke, it really is.

    Other point is that whenever these farts go on about “massive crowds out clamouring for positive change”, there is a one-word answer to that: Erdoğan.

  19. @ MC
    Some are born posh, some achieve poshness and some have poshness thrust upon them. (Latter category includes Meghan Sussex and David Beckham).
    Will Hutton went from grammar school to a reasonable second-class university, failed the Civil Service entrance exam and went to work for a stockbroker as a salesman, made a lot of money, took a MBA at INSEAD and marketed himself as an intellectual (which he isn’t unless you use the communist meaning of the word) in media and “the third sector”; being a good salesman (albeit lousy at doing the jobs) he achieved staus and poshness.

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