Peter Reynolds

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Vote For Independence On 23rd June. Vote For The Broad, Sunlit Uplands.

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broad sunlit uplands

The stitch-up between big business, politicians, civil servants and bankers should be crystal clear to anyone with eyes and ears. It is vital to the future of our children and grandchildren that we vote to leave the EU in a month’s time. The alternative is that we subsume ourselves forever under the yoke of transnational business, self-serving, corrupt governments intent on widening the divide between ‘us’ and ‘them’.

Intelligent people, including, to my amazement, fellow members of the Liberal Democrats, are intent on relinquishing all principles of liberalism and democracy – and for what?

All the Project Fear scaremongering, the ganging-up of the CBI, the Bank of England and all the rest of the establishment flunkies, reveals exactly what is going on.  Just as we were lied to and deceived over the need for war in Iraq, we are being led by deception and falsehood into an ever-closer union that will fill the pockets and enhance the power of corporate political interests.

This referendum is not about the economy.  It is about much bigger and more important principles of self-determination, democracy and freedom.  I believe that such principles will also, in the end, bring us more prosperity.

Leaving the EU is most important for our children.  Young people themselves must vote for opportunity.  Be for Europe but not the EU.  Be for co-operation but without a straightjacket. Be ourselves

The political elite wants it. The parasite outsourcing companies that suck up billions in taxpayers’ money want it. The civil servants in 28 countries want it. When you see David Cameron, Harriet Harman, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, George Osborne, Michael Heseltine all want it, ask yourself why?

It’s a stitch-up!  You’re being lied to, intimidated and deceived.  Independence Day is 23rd June.  Make sure you make the right choice.

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  1. I think it’s a stitch up which ever way we vote, cameron most probably will start his “British bill of rights” and at the same time vote in the TTIP agreement so even if we leave the EU our working rights will be watered down, the NHS will be privatised and immigration will be worse because the french won’t stop those leaving for the uk, once they are here it will our problem, I repect your views but there are too many thing going on that you and I don’t know about so we can only guess what the outcome will be.

    Rusty

    May 22, 2016 at 12:44 pm

  2. Yeah polytricksters always have their own agenda to feather their own nest, their stock in trade are ism an schism, all they do is entrench division in order to maintain their position in the “great popularity contest” talking folly in the house of arguments.
    But that said the salient point here is that there are no guarantees in life, when we entered the EU it caused financial pain but we dealt with it got strong and moved forward, leaving will no doubt cause pain too.
    I do not usually vote, but I will definitely be exercising my right to vote OUT staying is not a viable option, the EU and the Euro are broken, we need to take control of our nations destiny.
    We need to regain our sovereignty and dignity as a nation, these bloodclaat polytricksters have been playing the public and selling England by the pound to the highest Buddha to further their own interests for too long.
    The public need to get strong and stand in formation so we can build up our nation without interference from bureaucrats in Brussels

    Pete

    May 26, 2016 at 2:06 pm

  3. As Peter points out the reasons to leave should be crystal clear to anyone with eyes and ears, this country is falling apart we see it reported in the media and on TV, we have gone from a nation of shop keepers to a nation of docile consumers of imported cheap crap.
    Those who say they need more information I ask this, how much information do you think you need and would you actually know if you had enough information to make an informed choice, do you really trust the sources of the information?
    I definitely do not know all of the intricate in and outs, but I have eyes, ears and I&I can make up my own mind I don’t need some arrogant patronising bloodclaat polytrickster to tell me what to think.
    If you are supposed to have a vote in what is effectively the illusion of a democratic process, then you should be allowed to make your own deciscions of your own free will and vote accordingly, not be bombarded with propaganda to deliberately try to skew the publics perception and shape the outcome.
    Just make up your own mind exercise you free will and your right to vote, how thats your choice.

    Pete

    May 26, 2016 at 8:17 pm


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