By Pete Moore On June 8th, 2016 at 7:34 pm
I HEAR that some people cannot imagine life outside the EU. The Prime Minister and Remainiacs, mainly. Maybe you have to live in the UK to realise the scale of their lies. One lie involves the PM in particular. He has stopped talking about “the EU”. He always talks now of “leaving the Single Market”. It’s not only a lie, but a psychological trick, however you can understand why the Remain camp don’t want voters hearing “ee-you” all the time. But it’s a lie because the EU and the Single Market are two separate and distinct entities. This diagram shows the relationship –
The Single Market is the EEA, the European Economic Area. No-one is proposing to leave it, no-one is campaigning to leave it, and the UK will not leave it. The referendum is about whether or not the UK will remain in the EU. The question has nothing to do with the Single Market. If Brexit prevails, we’ll just slide across to another circle.
Bottom line: when you next hear the PM or a Remainer talk in dread tones about “leaving the Single Market”, it’ll be a lie.
If you’re interested, these fine chaps have more detail.
By David Vance On June 7th, 2016 at 5:19 pm
The BBC has been salivating all day about how Hillary Clinton has “won” the Democrat nomination to be their Presidential candidate. Clearly there is not need to see how the people voted today, but then again this has always been a coronation. Vote Hillary, it’s the moral choice, right?
By David Vance On June 7th, 2016 at 5:14 pm
Abba got together, informally, two evenings ago, the first time in 30 years. Time takes a toll but their music is timeless.
By David Vance On June 7th, 2016 at 5:12 pm
One of the best lines used in the EU referendum debates was by Michael Gove who described the it as “a job destroying machine’. I see the Lord Mandelson has responded by calling the EU “a job creating machine’. Now, assuming he was not referring to solely creating jobs for Eurocrats like himself, this is a great example of the bare-faced cheek of the pro EU camp. Have a look at this…
Keep repeating. A job DESTROYING machine.
I’ll be on Russia Today TV at 8pm tonight making the case for BREXT. Live from Belfast, broadcasting to the world. 🙂
By Phantom On June 7th, 2016 at 3:37 pm
Enough of this political bejabbering 24/7.
Let’s go to the pure sport of baseball, as played in Japan, a country that is…different.
As you all are expected to know, its a tradition for there to be a ceremonial throwing out of the first ball before the start of a game. It’s a great honor to get to throw the first ball.
Here, the ball thrown out by Sadako Yamamura, a great friend of mahons.
By The Troll On June 7th, 2016 at 10:56 am
Will Bernie Beat Clinton in California?
Either way it won’t matter by the End of the Day Hillary will have the Delegates for her Parties Nomination. She has had them since before the First Vote. This has all been a puppet Show on the Left. The Party picks the Candidate and the Primary is just to get the voters enthused. However this year with the Clinton Crime Family the enthusiasm has been Berned….
By David Vance On June 6th, 2016 at 1:22 pm
I know that there are many memes like this but I think this image of Iranians at the beach – pre and post the Islamic Revolution – says it all. It’s about oppressing, it’s about stepping back in time.
By David Vance On June 6th, 2016 at 1:14 pm
Today brings good news – and a warning.
First the good news.
New ICM online poll out this morning:
Leave: 48% (+1)
Remain: 43% (-1)
Don’t Know: 9%
Without Don’t Knows:
It looks more like BREXIT by the day. However, here is a novel breaking news story…
Pro-Remain MPs are considering using their Commons majority to keep Britain inside the EU single market if there is a vote for Brexit, the BBC has learned. The MPs fear a post-Brexit government might negotiate a limited free trade deal with the EU, which they say would damage the UK’s economy. There is a pro-Remain majority in the House of Commons of 454 MPs to 147.
Stephen Kinnock, the latest to the Kinnock dynasty, articulated this on the BBC earlier. So, in essence, there is a suggestion that even though the people of the UK will vote to LEAVE the EU our political class will conspire to delay or indeed stop this. If we stay INSIDE the single market as they suggest, this means we must accept open doors immigration. That is what millions are preparing to reject and yet at Westminster they are already thinking of perverting the will of the people.
Quite incredible. Were this to SERIOUSLY be considered, I believe Parliament would cease to represent the democratically expressed will of the people and as such it would need to be cleaned out. Would the millions of British people preparing to say LEAVE to the EU, accept MP’s refusing to accept it? Do remember, WE are the masters, not them. Maybe it’s time for another Oliver Cromwell???
By Pete Moore On June 4th, 2016 at 7:03 pm
Michael Gove might be the next Prime Minister.
SKY News had two one-hour specials this week in front of an audience. One was a grilling for the pro-EU David Cameron, the following night was a grilling for the pro-sanity Michael Gove (a Tory MP and Lord Chancellor).
It’s fair to say that Pudding Face Dave had an uncomfortable time of it. He looked unprepared, tetchy, over-reliant on scare stories and was even heckled by an audience which didn’t believe him. Michael Gove, facing the same SKY interrogators and audience questions, looked assured and won.
In this age it’s tempting to think that the geeky, awkward looking Gove won’t make a PM. Well Gordon Brown made it to No.10 (admittedly by default) and he’s something you usually see on the side of cathedrals. Most politicians lack in the looks department, so Gove needn’t worry about that.
Even if the Remainiacs win the referendum, Cameron has holed his prospects below the line in the eyes of very many conservatives and Tory Party members. His style and rhetoric in the campaign, not to mention his co-opting of foreigners to make threats against the British people, have been disgraceful. Unless he wins, and wins very well, he’ll soon be gone. Boris wants the top job and Gove has said that he doesn’t, but alot of party members will have noticed his classy performance.