Conservative backbencher and Brexiter Jacob Rees-Mogg has spoken out to warn MPs that far-right extremists could become unhappy if we as a society don’t continue to do precisely as they want.
With a vote on Theresa May’s revised Brexit deal coming on the 12th March followed by a vote to delay Brexit, Rees-Mogg has insisted that voting to delay Brexit could enrage far-right extremists and that keeping them happy is, after all, our number one priority.
Rees-Mogg went on, “If there’s one thing history has taught us, it’s that giving far-right extremists everything they want is definitely the best way to defeat them.
“From the Nazi’s of World War II, to the white nationalists of 1960s America, all of these groups have been put in their place by giving in to their demands.
“Nothing good ever comes from defying the will of these people. The only way to beat them is the acquiesce entirely.
“As everyone knows, the only good far-right extremist is an entirely satisfied far-right extremist.
“Never in the history of mankind has angering far-right extremists led to something good. No it hasn’t. Shut up.”
Those on the far-right of politics have backed Rees-Moggs claims, insisting they will be happy to step back from the spotlight as soon as everyone does what they say.
Far-right extremist and yellow-vest wearing shouty-man Simon Williams told us, “Jacob Rees-Mogg is right. If we get everything we want, I’ll happily go back to watching repeats of Til Death Do Us Part from the comfort of my sofa.
“But, if you think ‘getting Brexit’ is the same as ‘getting everything we want’ then you’re a fucking idiot.”