'We want BREXIT NOW!' Protesters swarm Parliament

BREXIT campaigners are protesting outside Westminster as the Government awaits a hearing for its appeal against a court ruling that the Prime Minister must get MPs' approval to start the process of leaving the EU.
By KATIE MANSFIELD
Around 1,500 people are expected to take part in the Brexit Feet in London Protest, which coincides with , as a wave of protests sweep the country. 
Pro- campaigners have already started gathering outside Westminster chanintg "We want Brexit now!" and brandishing placards with messages such as "the people have spoken" and "you work for us".
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Campaigners from The People’s Charter, Brexit Feet, Young Britons for Liberty, Brexit Revolution and other groups have joined together for the protest, with other events taking place in Birmingham, Belfast, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Manchester and York. 
Pro-Brexit campaigners have gathered outside the House of Commons
Protesters were seen carrying banners reading: “Shout it loud and clear. We voted to leave…now get on with it”. 
Others held placards reading “Traitors to Democracy” and “MPs, fyi you work for us”. 
It comes after a unanimous High Court ruling which states that  must get MPs' permission before triggering Article 50 of the EU treaties to begin the formal two-year exit process.
 He said: “I pledge to you as a member of Parliament that I will do absolutely everything to ensure Article 50 is implemented.
“We are not going anywhere, we are going to be back here again and again.”
His speech was followed by protesters chanting: "We want Brexit, now, now, now" and "What do we want? Brexit. When do we want it? Now." 
Following the High Court decision, the Monmouth MP tweeted: "Unelected judges calling the shots. This is precisely why we voted out. Power to the people!"
Around 1,500 people are expected to take part in the Brexit Feet in London Protest
Former Ukip leadership candidate Elizabeth Jones and Libertarian Alliance director Sean Gabb are also scheduled to address the rally.
Investment manager Gina Miller was part of the group that brought the Article 50 case to the High Court. 
Ms Miller, the lead claimant in the landmark legal action,  argued the Prime Minister does not have the constitutional authority to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty before seeking authorisation from Parliament and MPs.
Comment:

The government seems to be stalling BREXIT and the people are pushing back.  All over Europe, Europeans - European by blood, that is - are fighting back against globalization.  It makes me think our Folk just MIGHT have a chance to win - as long as the people don't get discouraged and go back to watching their soccer games.

The Remain faction is stalling, hoping to get some of the people to change their minds about leaving.  The Leavers did win, but it wasn't a landslide victory.  If the Remainers could just get a few million people to change their votes in a second referendum, BREXIT could be stopped.  A few million sounds like a lot, but in a country of over 65 million, with at least 30 million registered voters (don't forget legal and illegal aliens and all children can't vote) a few million isn't all that much.
If the Remainers can stall long enough it could happen, that's why they must get out now while the Leavers are still in the majority.
If BREXIT does occur, it could trigger EU exits in France, The Netherlands, Italy, and Greece.  Germany could do likewise if that filthy traitor Merkel is voted out next November.  If she isn't, I very much fear the Fatherland as we know it will be permanently lost to the Third World invaders.
Dan 88!

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