'Brexit WON'T happen' Political elite will FORCE Britain to stay in EU, claims Morrissey

Posted on Nov 27 2017 - 1:20am by admin

The pro-Brexit musician hailed last year’s “extraordinary” referendum vote, but claimed Westminster would stop it going ahead.

He claimed most MPs are “just finding a way not to make it Brexit” because they are out of touch and “don’t speak to the people”.

The former Smiths frontman said: “I thought Brexit was a fascinating strike for democracy.

“The people said the opposite to Westminster, that was extraordinary.

“David Cameron didn’t imagine the result could be as it was, but at least he did the honourable thing and slid away.

“The unfortunate thing is that politicians only speak to other politicians. They don’t speak to the people, so on that day their bubble burst.

“And now I don’t think Brexit has taken place, or even will, because Westminster don’t want it.

“It’s not that difficult. They’re just finding a way to not make it Brexit.”

In an interview with the Sunday Times, the 58-year-old also revealed he has never voted in an election.

He said: “I’m non-political. I always have been. I’ve never voted in my life. I’m human. I’m not interested in being part of anything.

I don’t see a party that speaks to me and I haven’t ever. My vote is very precious.

“I won’t use it just to get rid of somebody I don’t like because they’re all absolutely the same.

“Jeremy Corbyn has had many opportunities to take a strike against Theresa May and he has resisted.

“It’s hard to believe that this is the best England can produce at this stage of the game.

“We survived Thatcher by the skin of our teeth, and somehow we’re all still alive and we are presented with Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn.

“It’s a tragedy. The UK is in a state of cultural tragedy, dominated by political correctness.”

The Bigmouth Strikes Again also took aim at US President Donald Trump, branding him an “international pest”.

He told the newspaper: “He’s beyond salvation. Beyond any help. The biggest security threat to America and the world.

“He’s like a two-year-old constantly reaching for something, damaging it and then moving on to something else and destroying it.”

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