BREXIT storm deepens, as parliamentary coup may be forming against May and Corbyn

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the turbulent and uncertain road ahead in the Brexit saga as a March deadline looms.

Shifting sands, and betrayal at the highest level is now crystallizing, as hints of a possible parliamentary coup against May and Corbyn is being floated as a possible solution to the impasse that will ultimately steer the UK back under EU control, and cancel the Brexit referendum.

See Also: (The Duran) – Peak Stupidity: Deep State and mainstream media push ‘Trump is a spy’ nonsense

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the sheer stupidity of the entire ‘Trump is a Russian spy’ narrative being plastered all over the mainstream media, as neo-liberal shills and neocon war hawks continue to damage the Office of the United States President by insisting on pushing a made up story that a five year old child who waits for Santa Claus to bring Christmas gifts would have a hard time believing.

Meanwhile the real crime and real treason derived from a Comey-Clapper-Brennan Deep State plot to remove a democratically elected Trump from power, is being blacked out from the mainstream, neo-liberal news cycle.

Also: (The Duran) – Nigel Farage warns EU: ‘Push British people too far and the lion will roar’

Nigel Farage, MEP and President of the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group (EFDD), was in the European Parliament on January 16th, a day removed from Theresa May’s disastrous Brexit Withdrawal vote, breaking down the stakes at play for the UK and its Brexit mandate.

Farage was fearless and blunt in his assessment for what’s at play, dressing down the EU oligarchs and technocrats that are maneuvering the entire process towards a second referendum and an eventual cancellation of the first Brexit referendum results.

Also: (The Duran) – May survives ‘no confidence’ vote as UK moves towards March 29 deadline or Article 50 extension

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the ‘no confidence’ vote that UK Prime Minister May won with the a slim margin…meaning that though few MPs have confidence in her ‘Brexit withdrawal’ negotiating skills, they appear to have no problem allowing May to lead the country towards its Brexit deadline in March, which coincidently may be delayed and eventually scrapped altogether.

Meanwhile Tony Blair is cozying up to Brussels’ oligarchs, working his evil magic to derail the will of the British people, and keep the integrationist ambitions for the UK and Europe on track.