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2 hours ago, Jacques said:

Honestly, with few exceptions, they're all alike. The investmentment banks, bankers, the hedge funds, coorporate laywers and politicians are all making Laws, the commonmarket, the tax Laws, the immunity, the lot, for themselves. The common man have Little or no chance, of influencing this. They are in it for themselves. Pure greed and lust for power to dominate others. Get out while you can.

I think it will be interesting to see, how the UK politicians will react, after the Danish vote and the Dutch vote. I think the skeletons are beginning to Rattle in the closet. If this tendency continue, we may see the psychological reaction, where the politicians and multinational ceo's are beginning to go against each other, and say that they have no part of what have happened. Rattlesnakes and opportunists alike.

Jacques.

By the look of this it was and is a tough life being an anti-establishment anarchist too!

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Caught between a rock and a hard place in a catch 22 situation, So its 6 of one and half a dozen of the other. Your damned if you do, but your damned if you don't so shut your cock!!!!!!!!!!!

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This whole trade deal thing is a complete red herring anyway since the EU does NOT have a trade deal now, so we wont be any worse off!

Tragically a lot of people who dont have the knowledge to make an informed decision will simply go with what he said. Many people will fail to see that he is acting 100% in the interests of the USA only, as has every previous president.

I am starting to fear that yet again the Establishment will screw us and the vote will go their way.

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Economic forecast for 2017

  • UK: 4.9% unemployed; gross public debt 88.2% of GDP
  • Germany: 5.2% unemployed; gross public debt 66.8% of GDP
  • France: 10.3% unemployed; gross public debt 97.1% of GDP
  • Italy: 11.3% unemployed; gross public debt 130.6% of GDP
  • Spain: 18.9% unemployed; gross public debt 101.1% of GDP
  • Portugal: 10.8% unemployed; gross public debt 127.2% of GDP
  • Greece: 22.8% unemployed; gross public debt 181.8% of GDP
  • Do we want to be part of this,surely with these figures we would be better out

Another good reason to leave:-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2016-scotland-36124382

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Out out out

at the Germans can shove their trade deals and their cars....... I bet that would make them swiftly reconsider !!!

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As said in Post above. Mr. Obama our relationship is special, so if we need to wait 10 years for a trade deal then you better not need to invade / go to war and need our help for 20. Lack of trade deal will cost us money so we'll need to reduce our oversea military commitments and give our brave young men and women a well earned rest.

Im sure the Dutch will step in, with the French, Italians, Spanish, Greeks Swedes and Danish etc who will all work really well with the Germans in a united EU force.

Goodluck and bye bye.

Alcohol. Sex. Tobacco. Drugs. Chocolate.  Meh! NOTHING in this world is as addictive as an Evora +0. It's not for babies!    

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Understand this: it's not the Danes WHO want this. It's the Danish politicians, WHO are all in the pocket of the one World government lobbyists. Not the same thing. Take a listening to Kay Griggs btw.

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6 hours ago, Clive59 said:

Found this for the NO argument, haven't found an equivalent for the YES yet.

http://www.betteroffout.net/the-case/10-eu-myths-about-withdrawl/    

I had seen this before, its a good article and explains some of the rubbish scare mongering that some of the UK goverment are trying at the moment,

One of the last headlines i read recently was Camerons party saying the "poorest" in the UK will be most affected if we choose to leave the EU.  Always just scare tactics. I pray to  god we  leave the EU before it all comes tumbling down around them.

 

 

 

 

 

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Very interesting to read that - it just needs posting to every household in the uk to point out what complete pish the stuff the government sent out

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Yes i remember British and American goverments asking the Turkish if we could use their Landing strips for the deployment into Iraq in 2003,  It was said if they accepted it could possibly help them in the future regarding entry to the EU.  This did not happen. 

Now just after the American Presidents visit we now have suggestions about possible deployment of ground troops to Libya,  With the usual that is where ISIS started and we may need to go in. :angry:  Do our goverments never learn, you would of though Iraq may of taught them a lesson but no they still continue to get involved in other buisness overseas that does not and should not involve them.

I read an article the other day that stated we now have 9000 homeless ex military servicemen and women in the UK.   I find it highly disturbing myself that they do not understand that protecting the UK from terrorism should be done on the  home front and not spending stupid amounts on deployment and giving money away to other countries.  We need to look after our people, the young, the old and especially the ex service men and women that have sacrificed a lot for this country in the name of goverments and not the country itself. 

I am lucky enough to of spent several years in the middle east and returned with all my body parts in tact, several of my friends were not so fortunate, :(

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The trouble is here, the Govt are spending millions of our money ontop if the mount given to the 2 campaigns, whilst the out only get their campaign money. Media is totally slewed towards the in campaign with daily updates from them and then condescending little pieces about the out campaign. 

You have to hand it to the Govt, they are really appealing to the lowest common denominator, scaring the crap out of people who are ignorant of the facts and believe everything they are told.

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Regarding the Media, its the BBC and the Guardian who are most biased towards the in campaign. 

Couldnt help but notice on Have I Got News For You, they handed over to Eddie Izzard for a scripted non-comedic endorsement of IN. Andrew Neil seems to be the lone voice of reason on the BBC, he will challenge the IN side at any time. 

The Guardian published a very good OUT piece by Giles Fraser the other day though. Not sure how that got through the net, and another one by Frank Field yesterday who asked the very good question of why on earth Corbyn is supporting the In side.

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From the looks of it and with the Far Right coming TOP in the first round Austrian Presidential Elections, Austria could be next. They have just introduced a law restricting even asylum seekers, allowing them to reject anyone and everyone they want to.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36152927

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Have you noticed that before the EU debate the news was full of stories about the migrant crisis and what do you see now? The 'Calais Jungle' was always on the news every day but now...? If I were cynical I would have to think the Government had put a ban on the media reporting it because it fuels the 'No' debate.

What would Churchill advise us to do? I think he'd tell us to grow a pair!

 

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