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Friday, 26 February 2016

We need to consider what to do with MPs who vote to remain.

Here's what I suggest.

We need to take drastic action, but only if they have been proved to be wrong.

First of all we need to make a list of all MPs who vote not to leave the EU.

Then, if the referendum vote turns out to be that we leave, and we leave quickly, without taking the Norwegian or Swiss option which would be harmful to us, we do nothing. This is not that they don't deserve to suffer for being traitors to our Nation and its Peoples, but that we have lifes to lead, so it would be pointless.

However, if (a) the referendum vote is to stay in the EU, or (b) that Parliament decides to fuck up the country and its peoples by not leaving - they do have that ability - or by choosing the more punitive (to us) Norwegian or Swiss option then we need to take the following action.

If the MP is a Tory MP, then we campaign for either the Labour or the UKIP candidate for that constituency party, whichever one has the best chance of winning. No matter whether we detest either Labour or UKIP. Our aim is to get the traitor out of Parliament.

If the MP is a Labour MP, then we campaign for either the Tories or the UKIP candidate for that constituency party, whichever one has the best chance of winning. No matter whether we detest either the Tories or UKIP. Our aim is to get the traitor out of Parliament.

What do we do if the other candidates are pro EU? Well, I think we can be sure that the UKIP candidate isn't, but no matter, our aim is to get the voting MP out, so it doesn't alter anything in this article.

But we have to spread this message far and wide on Facebook, on Twitter, and all the other groups on the Internet, in pubs, clubs, caf├ęs, shops etc. And amongst our family, relations, friends, and Joe Bloggs who lives down the street!

Ampers.

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