The High Court judges who ruled in favour of parliamentary sovereignty are ‘shameful enemies of autocracy’ , Iain Duncan Smith has claimed.
The former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions went into meltdown immediately after the High Court ruling, ranting: “This is a disgrace which would never have happened under the Nazis.”
“We need to start thinking seriously about abolishing the rule of law, to make sure this kind of aberration doesn’t happen again.”
“How dare these unelected judges rule on a matter of the law, and arrive at an objective and thoughtful judgement. These delicate snowflakes know nothing of the patriotic glory of Brexit Britain, and as such they are truly shameful enemies of autocracy and tyranny.”
“How the fuck is Theresa May supposed to rule Britain as a far right tyrant now?”
“Next I suppose they’ll be telling me that my ruthless war on the unemployed, sick and disabled was a crime against humanity for which I should be prosecuted.”
Theresa May really, really wants to rule as a dictatorial god emperor and will appeal the high court ruling, it has been announced.
Today’s High Court ruling that Article 50 can only be triggered with parliamentary approval has dealt a major blow to the government, which wanted to trigger Article 50 and subsequently destroy the remains of the British economy using the Royal Prerogative.
However, the mood in the government is one of defiance. A spokesperson for the Prime Minister said: “The PM really wants to rule Britain as a dictatorial god emperor, and we will appeal against the High Court ruling that Britain is a democracy.”
“The position of this government is that on June 23rd the people clearly voted to abolish democracy and become a far right dictatorship, and this is what Theresa May and her cabinet of twats intend to deliver for the overly patriotic, mostly white people of Britain who voted to leave the EU.”
Outside the court in London, Leave voter Chris Bumfield said: “I am clearly a massive hypocrite, because I refuse to accept I lost this court case and I will not be getting over it, ever, despite the fact that since June 23rd I’ve been going around telling Remain voters to do precisely that.”