Our Prime Minister Theresa May has used her Easter message to constantly make the point that Brexit is happening no matter what, and this is something that she should be congratulated for.
At the same time, she also managed to bring her own Christian faith into the discussion, and while this is always dodgy ground for any national leader, she has managed to wind up the Remoaners even more with these remarks – again we applaud her for this.
We’re not spiteful by any means, we just appreciate seeing the lady in charge take the bull by the horns for a change and hint at ‘thanks for your concern, but no thanks.’
As an added bonus, Blairite ‘master of
bullshit spin Alastair Campbell has now come out in the press and told everyone how angry he is about her use of religion. Diddums.
Could we really expect anything else from a member of the Blair Brigade, seeing that Tony has already made it clear that he is launching on some sort of personal crusade against Brexit?
Well, have you ‘risen up’ yet? No? Didn’t think so.
Have a look below:
“Easter is a moment to reflect, and an important time for Christians and others to gather together with families and friends,”
May, who is the daughter of a Church of England clergyman, says in the three-minute video.
“This year, after a period of intense debate over the right future for our country, there is a sense that people are coming together and uniting behind the opportunities that lie ahead.”
“For at heart, this country is one great union of people and nations with a proud history and a bright future.”
“And as we face the opportunities ahead – the opportunities that stem from our decision to leave the EU, and embrace the world – our shared interests, our shared ambitions and, above all, our shared values can and must bring us together.”