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Old 20-05-2015, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default who is leading the EU exit campaign ?

It's a simple equation,

The pro EU campaign has...
All major English, Scottish and welsh political parties,
the vast majority of the msm,
and a rag tag band of internet squealers.
all funded by the EUs stolen money.

The anti EU campaign has...
Farage ?
me...
and a few other brave freedom fighters.
funded out their own pockets.


Does it not strike anyone as strange that the pro EU governments of England and Scotland along with the pro EU opposition parties of England and Scotland appear to have cornered the argument market.

so my question is...

Who is heading up the EU exit campaign ?

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Old 20-05-2015, 06:48 PM   #2
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Choo-choo! All aboard the Fail Train.
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Old 20-05-2015, 07:09 PM   #3
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Choo-choo! All aboard the Fail Train.
What you worried about ?

You will be supporting Conmoron and his unelected NWO masters,
you will be lapping up BBC unbiased truth seeking,
gorging on the lack of fair debate,
you can binge on character assassination and scare mongery,

Relax alf,
don't panic,
your loving government will ensure you remain a slave.
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Old 20-05-2015, 07:21 PM   #4
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Not worried at all. I'm a survivor, and will keep afloat however deep the shit gets.
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Old 20-05-2015, 07:26 PM   #5
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Not worried at all. I'm a survivor, and will keep afloat however deep the shit gets.
the thread is about who is heading up the EU exit campaign,

got any thread relevant comments ?
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Old 20-05-2015, 07:35 PM   #6
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Nope. But, it's not like you are being swamped with relevant comments, so you shouldn't be so fussy.
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Nope. But, it's not like you are being swamped with relevant comments, so you shouldn't be so fussy.
I would rather wait a week for one intelligent and informative reply than have you squatting and straining in the corner.

I do not crave replies,
if people believe a one sided referendum is not interesting enough to post on then so be it,

now,
who is heading up the EU exit campaign ?

Any ideas ?
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Old 20-05-2015, 08:49 PM   #8
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I imagine the SNP block vote will only vote with the government in exchange for independence.
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Old 20-05-2015, 08:53 PM   #9
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Personally I feel Farage, Carswell and Daniel Hannan are the best voices for the EU exit campaign..............unless of course Mr. Icke feels like lending a hand haha....

Plus I will get involved myself locally to spread the message
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I imagine the SNP block vote will only vote with the government in exchange for independence.
The SNP support full and total EU occupation,
they will argue that being part of a "union" based in Belgium is good for Scotland.

goes against their "independence" mantra,
but when did politics ever make sense.
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Old 20-05-2015, 09:29 PM   #11
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UK should go full euro currency and join the schengen area
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Old 20-05-2015, 09:36 PM   #12
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Personally I feel Farage, Carswell and Daniel Hannan are the best voices for the EU exit campaign..............unless of course Mr. Icke feels like lending a hand haha....

Plus I will get involved myself locally to spread the message
Yes, Hannan was speaking out years ago, not heard much from him lately,
Of course farage and carswell know their onions and can make informative argument.

DI would be a spectacle to behold,
non partisan bigger picture dot connection in full flow,
pro EU shills flailing around on the floor convulsing with panic,
however,
in my opinion,
DI would not touch it with a barge pole,
(shame really, good opportunity to expose the in your face agenda)

I wonder if a political establishment group hug (including the SNP) will be repellent enough for people to simply reject whatever they are hawking,

The EU and it's minions will throw everything at it,
almost protesting to the point of suspicious desperation.

I only hope the nation grows up in the near future.
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Old 20-05-2015, 09:42 PM   #13
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Robin Birley, a former Conservative Party donor and stepson of the revered Eurosceptic Sir James Goldsmith has said that he believes Nigel Farage is the right man to lead the ‘out’ campaign if Britain has a referendum on EU membership.

Writing in the Telegraph, Mr Birley, who financed David Davis’s campaign for the Conservative Party leadership, said that despite calls from UKIP colleagues and others from across the eurosceptic movement, UKIP leader Nigel Farage “is the only person with the national profile, the powers of persuasion and the star quality to lead the fight for the ‘Outers’”.


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Old 20-05-2015, 09:47 PM   #14
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Here's what's gonna happen....

The 'no' campagin, fueled by a shit load of money, will start another shock and awe campaign. Much like the Tories 'vote labour, get snp' electoral fear mongering.

In fact, the idea that leaving the eu will fuck up the uk economy will probably be the no.1 target....

Every other fucker in Britain with fall for it like every other fucking time.....
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UK should go full euro currency and join the schengen area
alright dented,

We can already trade with the all members of this agreement,
no need for the euro,
unless you have some reasons why it would contain benefits not already utilized.

other modern and thriving countries trade within this bloc without the euro,
they seem to be doing extremely well,
and no need to surrender self rule to a foreign power.

(btw, I have no problem with your opinion, as by definition an opinion is neither right or wrong as it is just an opinion)
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Old 20-05-2015, 10:03 PM   #16
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We need to get rid of freedom of movement. Uncontrolled immigration is a burden on our public services. —> We need a controlled, fair and ethical immigration policy which doesn’t discriminate against countries such as India, Australia and New Zealand. We need to preserve Britain’s public services, by managing demand and privileging skilled immigrants.



The EU is autocratic, bureaucratic and technocratic. The jumped up civil servants in Brussels have no regard for nation state democracy. —> Britain needs to reclaim its proud democratic heritage. We the people must have the power to make our own decisions. We must believe in each other, and in the efficacy of our own democratic institutions. We are good enough to run our own country.



The EU Common Fisheries Policy has destroyed the British fishing industry. —> Britain’s fishing industry can flourish outside the EU. We can reclaim our waters, and see the same success as countries like Norway.



British business is being crushed by the burden of endless EU regulation that we can’t control. —> British business (especially small businesses) can prosper once we leave the EU. Businesses will be much freer. They will be regulated by democratically elected institutions, and will hence have a say over that regulation. Common sense will be returned to the world of business.



The EU common asylum policy will endanger our country. It will allow terrorists and criminals to slip in under the radar. —> Controlling our own borders means controlling our own security. The UK will be safer outside the EU. We will continue to fulfil our obligations vis-à-vis those seeking asylum, but will do so in a managed fashion.


The EU is a propagator of corporatism and crony capitalism. The lobbyists in the EU have undue influence, and are bleeding us dry for their own engorgement. —> Let us have a free, fair, popular capitalism. Outside the EU, we can have a capitalism that benefits the worker and the small business owner, rather than just the large corporations. We can have a more transparent and democratic system. We can have a government that works for the benefit of every class.



The bailout system is a disgrace. Countries with sensible economic and monetary policy, such as Britain and Germany, are asked to cough up for the reckless, spendthrift governments of Greece and Spain. The spendthrifts never learn, and their people suffer under EU imposed austerity. —> Let’s bring responsibility back to Europe. Let’s make Britain an independent country, that uses free, mutually beneficial trade to maintain bridges with its neighbours. Let’s encourage other countries to achieve financial independence. Let’s make sure that those in power are always accountable when they make mistakes.



The Eurocrats have no regard for national pride, identity, heritage or patriotism. They see these things as poisonous. They want to turn us into a mere component of The United States of Europe. —> Traditional British values, values like free speech, free trade, responsibility and private property, need to be upheld and reinforced. We should encourage a civic patriotism based on shared values, so that everyone can feel part of a free, functioning democracy. We should aim to unite our communities. As Mark Reckless said: our country is more than a star on somebody else’s flag.


The EU is a black hole when it comes to finance. They once went 13 years without signing off a budget, and have continued misspending since then. Our hard earned wealth is flowing into the pockets of bureaucrats, lobbyists and God knows who else. —> We need sensibly managed finances and a careful, targeted reduction of our spending and debt. We’ll be much more able to control our finances when we’re free of the EU. Let’s return money to the pockets of British people, to the pockets of consumers, workers and entrepreneurs. We need to focus on getting our own economy back on track.



We’re shackled to the world’s only shrinking trade bloc, forced to pay for the privilege of selling to countries who would buy from us anyway. We can’t sign our own trade agreements. Meanwhile, TTIP threatens our NHS. —> Let’s be a global trading nation, that looks beyond the boundaries of Europe. Once we’ve left the EU, we can do what Iceland has done and sign our own trade agreements with countries like China. When we sign our own treaties, we can set the terms for ourselves, making sure that valuable institutions are protected.

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Cheers grannie,
Makes sense really,
and would explain why the msm et al where so desperate for him to walk away,
farage wins almost every fair debate hands down,
and the EU is his specialised subject,

Is it decided which campaign gets "yes" ?
and who is deciding on the question ?
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Daniel Hannan: British will listen to JCB and Dyson not 'disgraced banks' on EU referendum

The British public prefers to listen to "successful manufacturers" rather than "disgraced banks" when it comes to the UK's membership of the EU, a high-profile Tory MEP has argued.

Daniel Hannan told IBTimes UK that the likes of Dyson and JCB hold much more credibility in the eyes of the electorate when compared with financial firms on the major constitutional issue.

The Eurosceptic's comments come after giant German lender Deutsche Bank said it was considering whether it would move its operations out of the UK in the event of a so-called "Brexit".

The second largest bank in the eurozone confirmed that it had set up a working group on the issue just days after a JCB boss backed a UK exit from the EU.

Lord Bamford stressed that Britain should not fear leaving the 28-member bloc and the JCB chairman argued that an exit could be peaceful and sensible.

Hannan, the MEP for the south east of England, said: "Most voters in Britain, given that line-up, will prefer to listen to successful manufacturing exporters like JCB and Dyson than to disgraced banks."

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/daniel-hann...rendum-1502049
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Old 20-05-2015, 10:09 PM   #19
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Got any relevant comments alf?

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Nope.
That's why the trolling **** is on my ignore list.
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Old 20-05-2015, 10:12 PM   #20
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Cheers grannie,
Makes sense really,
and would explain why the msm et al where so desperate for him to walk away,
farage wins almost every fair debate hands down,
and the EU is his specialised subject,

Is it decided which campaign gets "yes" ?
and who is deciding on the question ?
The "Out" Campaign will have to be sure its a fair referendum ...because we saw what happened in Ireland ,they have a massive fight just to get the rules hammered out ....I expect plenty of Dirty games and MI5 will be up to their necks in it ....as in the General Election .
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