To Brexit or not to Brexit that is the question?

Here at the Institute we have been asked by our members should we stay or should we leave the European Union. The answer of course is that we will be backing the winning side. To decide now would be to rashly forfeit establishment goodwill, future business opportunities and a potential Knighthood or CBE if one made a mistake.

It is too early to say who is winning but to help our members and our blog readers, especially those who do not live in our Gloriously Scented Isle, we will be providing some background information on the campaigns and the personalities involved.

In essence all the opposition parties and most of their supporters are broadly in favour of staying in so politically this is an internal bun fight within the Tory party. For the voters then its a choice between believing the P.M. Dave ‘Flashman’ Cameron (Stay) or a group of has-been middle England Ministers led by Boris ‘BoJo’ Johnson (Leave)

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The Tory ‘Gang of Six’  team backing Brexit. Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Pluto, Donald Duck and the other one

First off let’s look at one of the leading campaigners for the Leave campaign:


On the ‘We don’t like Johnny Foreigner’ side is Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, Eton, Oxford, the outgoing Mayor of London and an MP. Variously described by his friends, as self centred, arrogant and focussed on self aggrandisement, he has taken this stance to ally himself with the 50% or more of the Tory Party who want out of the EU and who may well then vote him in as the next leader of the Tory Party. (What’s not to like about that? – Ed)

Once Britain has left the E.U. Boris’s master plan is for the UK, which will end up being England only as the rest of the Union will devolve,  to then ally itself to the USA, run in all likelihood by then by Trump Industries. This Axis of Weasels will then try to rule the world.

Of course as this will probably mean low or no taxes for the wealthy elite we at the I.M.M. are very much in favour of this master plan if it looks likely to succeed. It would also be most amusing to see our English underprivileged masses attempt to migrate across to Europe to take up low paid jobs there. We won’t tolerate ‘Jungle’ type camps at Dover though.

When compare side by side there is a distinct similarity between The Donald and BoJo, both in looks and personalities:

Boris and Trump

When you look at me, when you think of me, I am in paradise  – William Makepeace Thackeray

Both are mad as a box of frogs and are supported by the mad, bad and the terminally cross. Sadly there are lots of voters like that.

Boris said:  “You can’t rule out the possibility that, you know, beneath the carefully constructed veneer of a, you know, blithering idiot there lurks a blithering idiot”

Donald said:  “My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body.”  

So is the UK better in or out? Or is the ‘End of Days’ approaching (see above) therefore does it really matter?

3 thoughts on “To Brexit or not to Brexit that is the question?

  1. In reality the referendum is inconsequential, because the EU is already falling apart and will do so with or without the Fragmented Queendom. The reason has nothing to do with economics, it is simpler than that. The EU will fall apart because a political union of more than two dozen countries, many with no common language, culture or history, cannot be held together. We don’t even share the same alphabet as the Greeks or Bulgarians!


      • What proportion of the ‘expats’ are on benefits though? My impression is that most are either self-employed, or retirees (on a private pension) with the ‘Place in the Sun’ that they got the idea from, from all that property porn on telly. If other countries – or what remains of the EU – introduce a clause that residency must be on the basis that they must be economically self-supporting, then there is no reason why they should return.

        On the more general point, the UK, which does have a common language, culture and history is clearly under strain from Scottish separatism, even if those Scottish ‘nationalists’ haven’t learned the lesson that Irish people have, that the EU will happily disregard any dissenting opinions that they have (the Irish have twice had to re-run a referendum to get the ‘correct’ result). Belgium, Spain and Italy also have active separatist movements. How can a very large, very diverse, political union survive, when much smaller, more homogenous ones can’t?


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