I got the text below yesterday from Sean Gabb, a libertarian writer who I usually find rather hit and miss. It is indicative of the pessimism that has been forced onto Brexiteers by the elites fighback, but also of the scale of the events we are all a part of.
There will be no Brexit. The parliamentary stalemate will continue into January, when everyone will agree to a deferral of the leaving date from March to December. The stalemate will then continue until everyone "reluctantly" agrees to a new referendum. This time, the Sheeple will vote as told. This is the only likely outcome. No preparations have been made for leaving without a deal. Some degree of chaos is inevitable - inevitable because planned. The only deal on offer is worse than staying in. If asked, I will vote again to leave. But enough will vote to stay.
This is, I confess, a disappointing outcome. On the other hand, it is better than having lost the first referendum. Enough people will know we have been defrauded this time for the Conservative Party to be ripped apart. And that will be a reasonably positive outcome.
And that's it. Silly me to think a mere vote of the people could derail the British end of the Globalist Project. On the other hand, it's probably better to have voted to leave and been kept in than to have voted to stay. The past thirty months have been a useful learning experience.