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Calmdown to UK EU referendum
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05-17-2016 08:04 PM

 



Post: #31
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
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British Farmers Union say Farmers want to stay in the UK, poll of British farmers say 2/3 want to leave... and the youth are more inclined to vote Brexit, but even so most older farmers want out of the EU..

Young farmers back Brexit
http://www.fwi.co.uk/farmlife/young-farm...brexit.htm

Exclusive: Survey reveals 58% of farmers back EU exit
http://www.fwi.co.uk/news/exclusive-surv...u-exit.htm

This is the degree of lies being spun at the moment, you roll across nearly all the industries in the UK and you see similar results... the establishment figures saying their members want to stay in the Club, that the youth is more pro EU than the old, and the true picture is very different..

As for Scotland, there has been a trend since 1998 of the Scots moving more towards a Eurosceptic stance, with Nationalist Strongholds becoming the most Eurosceptic in Scotland and there are fears that by the time the referendum rolls around Scotland will be nearer a 50/50 split..

But then it would not be fun... if the truth where known and everyone accepted that the bulk of the population was Eurosceptic then where would we get out daily floor show of stars pontificating in the media, politicians stating the world is going to end, big institutions able to demonstrate they can add 2+2 and come up with every number under the sun bar 4, nor could the corporate flex their muscles and drive home the message vote how we tell you to or you are fired..

Nope... I like the fact the sky is falling every day, that cats and dogs will live in Sin, that pigs do actually fly, and that we are all one happy family really...
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05-17-2016 08:33 PM

 



Post: #32
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
Damrod  Wrote: (05-17-2016 07:58 PM)
I'm sorry bro's....I don't understand how the EU works because I never bothered to learn about it....quite frankly...it was not my problem.

From what i do know, it sounds kind of oppressive and dominating....but that is a shallow view and understanding.

A lot of you guys seem to have done just great before the inception of the EU....don't know why you wouldn't again if you choose to bow out.

It looks....from my outside point of view....like a grand illusion to hide extreme socialism and totalitarianism....the member states will conform to the wishes of the EU or else....am I seeing that wrong?

I love the Greeks...I love their food, their culture and their history...but c'mon. You gotta work...you gotta produce something the world wants to buy...and you have to manage your money well. They don't seem to do any of those things. Why should their shortfalls be a burden on say....Ireland or the UK?

Greece had two kick ass industries and both were recently gutted: Tourism (the world's most popular tourist destination in 2014) by the immigration crisis and shipping (about 40% of the world's shipping is done by Greek firms) which was gutted by tax increases and the global recession.

Otherwise Greece was actually in damned fine shape aside from the banking hardships that the US 2008 mortgage fraud scheme forced on the greek economy, and the huge % of their budget that must be spent to service debt that all EU countries were encouraged to take on to spur economic growth in 2009.

Greece has been raided and plundered by the IMF in exactly that same way that Africa and South America have been.

And every time that the greeks try to end the cycle of perpetual increased debt the EU strong arms them into taking on more.

The EU is to Greece what the mafia is to common merchants.
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05-17-2016 09:00 PM

 



Post: #33
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
There are more people in this country that want out than want in.

The problem that we're going to have is that they are going to rig the vote. The traitors in our government have got their snouts too firmly in the EU trough to allow us to leave. The majority will vote to leave but the count will say the reverse. Hopefully the people will kick off and force the government to do the right thing but I doubt it.

I'm definitely thinking about going to russia if it all goes wrong on the 23rd june!
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Post: #34
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-17-2016 08:33 PM)
Damrod  Wrote: (05-17-2016 07:58 PM)
I'm sorry bro's....I don't understand how the EU works because I never bothered to learn about it....quite frankly...it was not my problem.

From what i do know, it sounds kind of oppressive and dominating....but that is a shallow view and understanding.

A lot of you guys seem to have done just great before the inception of the EU....don't know why you wouldn't again if you choose to bow out.

It looks....from my outside point of view....like a grand illusion to hide extreme socialism and totalitarianism....the member states will conform to the wishes of the EU or else....am I seeing that wrong?

I love the Greeks...I love their food, their culture and their history...but c'mon. You gotta work...you gotta produce something the world wants to buy...and you have to manage your money well. They don't seem to do any of those things. Why should their shortfalls be a burden on say....Ireland or the UK?

Greece had two kick ass industries and both were recently gutted: Tourism (the world's most popular tourist destination in 2014) by the immigration crisis and shipping (about 40% of the world's shipping is done by Greek firms) which was gutted by tax increases and the global recession.

Otherwise Greece was actually in damned fine shape aside from the banking hardships that the US 2008 mortgage fraud scheme forced on the greek economy, and the huge % of their budget that must be spent to service debt that all EU countries were encouraged to take on to spur economic growth in 2009.

Greece has been raided and plundered by the IMF in exactly that same way that Africa and South America have been.

And every time that the greeks try to end the cycle of perpetual increased debt the EU strong arms them into taking on more.

The EU is to Greece what the mafia is to common merchants.

That is good t know.

I love the Greeks...I have a few Greek friends here stateside and they get all kind of upset about this sh*t and have never really been able to put it into words that I could understand.

The EU ....in my ignorant view....is basically dominated by German opinion.

Now I am half German...half Irish...so....gotta factor in a level of favoritism....

But I see Germany as kinda f*cking everyone over for their own interests....if everyone is cool with that....fine! but...just saying...it looks kind tilted and twisted to the favor of one over another.

Merkel needs to be removed and someone who represents Germany correctly installed....she is not representing Germans...she is representing something completely astray and everyone can see it now.

I only take interest in your issues over there in the EU because there are whispers over here of a North American Union....and that is only going to be bad for us....well from what I have heard initially....

Not everyone seems ot be very pleased with your situation....can't imagine it would go better over here....

"I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it." Thomas Jefferson

"Liberty means responsibility, which is why most men dread it." George Bernard Shaw

"Republics decline into democracies and democracies degenerate into despotism"...Aristotle
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05-17-2016 09:09 PM

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Post: #35
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-17-2016 09:00 PM)
There are more people in this country that want out than want in.

The problem that we're going to have is that they are going to rig the vote. The traitors in our government have got their snouts too firmly in the EU trough to allow us to leave. The majority will vote to leave but the count will say the reverse. Hopefully the people will kick off and force the government to do the right thing but I doubt it.

I'm definitely thinking about going to russia if it all goes wrong on the 23rd june!

I'm thinking of starting an underground movement if the vote is for remain...

I also believe wholeheartedly that the vote will be rigged...

William the conquerer told me as much and he was French,!

LOP GUEST WROTE... like u should be burned and then smashed into concrete and swept away with a high speed wire brush into the winds of ignorance that you wallow in.

Wow....im in Love.
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05-17-2016 09:21 PM

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I've yet to chat with anyone who will vote remain. Something being reported is not right. Would they lie to us? Not much...

The Resistance Is Now!

https://ian2day.com/2016/03/04/my-story/


“The great danger of the future,” Delgado warned, “is that we will have robotized human beings who are not aware that they have been robotized.”
http://www.constantinereport.com/hearing...periments/
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Post: #37
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
Ian2day.com  Wrote: (05-17-2016 09:21 PM)
I've yet to chat with anyone who will vote remain. Something being reported is not right. Would they lie to us? Not much...

I speak with a few....Sent them that Brexit the Movie film which they all watched and now they are saying they don't know what to think...

Shows how easily swayed a lot of people are by the Fear card currently being over played..

We debate most days now and slowly they are realising what is really going on...

We know where this is all going if we remain and it ain't going to be like how it has been...Europe is getting ready for the big full on NWO full on Facist state and if we think we are in a overtly PC surveillance state now....Things are going to soon get proper worrying...

With no way to fight it or vote them out....They will feel obliged to introduce their dystopian nightmare dictatorship...

LOP GUEST WROTE... like u should be burned and then smashed into concrete and swept away with a high speed wire brush into the winds of ignorance that you wallow in.

Wow....im in Love.
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Post: #38
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-18-2016 08:24 PM)
Will the Brits bounce their Titts???

Return to sender, I found Cameron's brochure today.

chucklechucklechuckle
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Post: #39
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
U.K. Campaign to Stay in EU Has Widest Poll Lead in 3 Months

The Ipsos Mori telephone survey for London’s Evening Standard newspaper showed 55 percent of respondents saying they’ll opt to stay in the 28-nation bloc in the June 23 referendum, up from 49 percent last month. Support for a so-called Brexit fell to 37 percent from 39 percent, with 8 percent undecided. The 18 percentage-point lead is the biggest since mid-February and it was the second poll in as many days to show a double-digit lead for “Remain.”


http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2...n-3-months
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RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
Support for Remain strengthening in Scotland, new poll shows

SOME 54 per cent of Scots believe the UK should remain in Europe, compared with just 32 per cent who think it should leave, with 14 per cent undecided, according to the ICM poll.


http://www.scotsman.com/news/support-for...z49VPB24Ij
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Latest Odds

William Hill’s odds now reflect an 85 percent chance of a “Remain” vote, up from 83 percent on Friday. Ladbrokes, which removes the margin it takes on bets from its calculations, pointed to a 79 percent chance — up from 66 percent a month ago.


http://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0002965624
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The British are fu(king thick if they vote to remain in the EU.

The Resistance Is Now!

https://ian2day.com/2016/03/04/my-story/


“The great danger of the future,” Delgado warned, “is that we will have robotized human beings who are not aware that they have been robotized.”
http://www.constantinereport.com/hearing...periments/
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RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
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UK EU vote June 23

Ironically, " Independence Day: Resurgence " begins June 24

https://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-655239.html

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RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
Exclusive Brexit Poll Update: Should You Trust the Polls?
By Global Traders Association

http://www.nasdaq.com/article/exclusive-...z49VRF2M9p


Some interesting info.
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Post: #45
RE: Countdown to UK EU referendum
•REC  Wrote: (04-18-2016 08:15 PM)
Election Date: 23 June, 2016
Approx. eligible voters: 45.3 million

Latest Update: May 23
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Latest UK Polls:

May 19
In 44% +4
Out 40%
Opinium

May 16
In 55% +18 (Largest lead for "in")
Out 37%
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2...n-3-months

May 16
In 38% -3%
Out 41%
TNS

May 15
In 52% +4
Out 48%
ICM

May 9
In 42% -4% (largest lead for Out)
Out 46%

ICM

May 9
In 42% +2
Out 40%

Yougov

May 5
In 47% +4
Out 43%

JPMorgan

May 3
In 44% -1
Out 45%
Don't know 11%

ICM

May 1
In 42% +1
Out 41%
Dont know 17%

Opinium Research

April 20
In 49% +10
Out 39%
Don't Know 12%

Ipsos MORI
Sample 1,026

April 18
In 45 +7
Out 38
Dont Know 17

ComRes
Sample 1002

April 18
In 54% +8
Out 46%

ICM


Latest Poll Scotland

April 18
In 55%
Out 35%
Dont Know 10%

BMG Research
Sample 1013


Latest Poll Wales

May
In 41%
Out 39%

YouGov

Mar 18
In 41%
Out 36%
Dont Know 24%

YouGov
Sample 3272


Last Poll Northern Ireland

Mar
In 56%
Out 18%
Dont Know 26%

Danske Bank
Sample 1000

UK will go the socialist way.
As always.
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