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Pat Condell – Moment of Truth

They should broadcast this on the BBC.  No chance of that of course.

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  1. Boadicea
    June 3, 2016 at 5:09 am

    I brought my daughters up to always vote – the right to be able to remove an unsatisfactory government every few years was won against the opposition of those who believed they had a ‘divine right’ to rule. And even if you don’t get the government you want this time – there is always another opportunity in the future. If the people of Britain do not vote to leave the EU there will be no point in her, or any other Briton ever voting again. Because, quite simply, those who are now making the laws for Britain will never have to face an election.

  2. June 3, 2016 at 8:10 am

    This campaign will be won on the streets and social media, not in television studios or the press. What has surprised me most is the complacency and ignorance of the ‘educated’ middle class, most of whom seem to be living in cloud cuckoo land. I’m middle class myself and privately educated ( up to a point ) so the observation isn’t prejudiced.
    Anyway, I can’t hang around and chat I’ve got 4000 Bruges Group leaflets to distribute and a stall in Wallingford to organise………see if we can knock some sense into the wet tories and lib dems who infest this area.

  3. Four-eyed English Genius
    June 3, 2016 at 5:34 pm

    I have a horrible feeling that the only way out of the prison that is the EU may involve violence. Too many of the British electorate have been emasculated by 70 years of socialism to vote for anything that involves making an effort on their own behalf. I just hope I am wrong

    Also, let us be clear, the EU is NOT Europe. I like Europe and have many European friends. They tell me that the feeling of discontent is growing within the EU for all sorts of reasons, and with luck it will cause the whole crumbling structure to implode by itself. The UK would be much better off it was already outside of the EU before this happens.

  4. O Zangado
    June 3, 2016 at 6:22 pm

    Feeg – Have a ‘like’ or a smiley or whatever, as I agree absolutely that Europe and the EU are different entities. France, for example, is a nice place and I am sure many Brits are very happy there as, no doubt, are all the rest of ‘us’ living happily elsewhere abroad. The problem, as you infer, is the EU project and the structure it spawns – remote, unelected and unaccountable, the tool, personal career provider and pension fund of the professional establishment elite and therefore something that the combined levers of power in all 28 states have always been suborned to protect despite any wishes of Joe Public, Zé Povinho et al expressed at the ballot box.

    I think that what you describe is an increasing sense of outraged impotence. Some countries will implode earlier than others, but one hopes it will only end in tears for the greasy pole climbers.

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