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Can we leave yet?

The loan from the European Union’s bank, owned by Britain and fellow member states, was agreed in June as part of a billion dollar investment plan – about £600m – for Ford’s sprawling 395-acre site in Kocaeli which is taking over production of Transits from Southampton.

We’re even being fleeced now to destroy our own jobs. Why do you continue voting for the same traitorous scum? They’re not on your side, they don’t act for you, they have contempt for you.

Bottom line: the politicians and bureaucrats who do these things have no legitimacy. There are millions of us and a few of them. Withdraw your consent, do not comply, do not legitimise what they do.

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6 thoughts on “EU LOANS FORD £80M TO CLOSE SOUTHAMPTON PLANT

  1. “was agreed in June as part of a billion dollar investment plan – about £600m”

    That would be before government went of holiday?

    And not a mention of it in the media, until last week! – when it was too late to do anything about it.

    Not only are we confronted by duplicitous, traitorous politicians, we also have a similarly endowed media to contend with.

    If I was at all conspiracy minded, I might think that all the uproar, re Savile, to the virtual exclusion of anything else, was a well engineered attempt at a cover-up.

  2. “There are millions of us and a few of them.” Who can use their consumer power and stop buying Ford cars. That’s who the real culprit is in this sorry story.

    A company that does something like this wouldn’t hesitate to up sticks should we ever be mad enough to leave the EU.

  3. Huh, I didn’t even know Transit vans were still made.
    How many times have I seen the words scrawled on the back doors:
    “Sick transit gloria”.
    They are fuel thirsty rust buckets, so perhaps this offer to Turkey is just a ‘sop’ to keep ’em happy in the belief that their full EU membership is just around the corner….when it isn’t.

  4. Declan Wilson –

    Well there’s the market. If you don’t like want a firm does, take your money elsewhere.

    However it’s not Ford which is the real culprit in this. They’re simply receiving stolen goods, but it’s the state which does the stealing.

    Without state power all that Ford and every firm under the sun can do to get our money is to persuade us to voluntarily exchange it for their products.

  5. I’d like some clear ideas about how not to comply, because it’s getting harder and harder, Pete. They’re trying to stitch up every avenue of non-compliance.

    For example, were you aware that the idea was being floated around, that employers were going to be forced to pay their entire GROSS payroll (before the deduction of tax and NI) to HMRC, and HMRC would then deduct the “correct” (hah!) amount of taxes, and then pay the NET payroll back to the employer, which would then be distributed to the employees?
    For f****s sake, I mean whose money do they think it is, in the first place?! The state now thinks it has automatic first claim on everyone’s wages!! A curse on the state! May its leprous bones be forever entombed in leopard dung! But if this utterly abominable idea became law, how precisely are we supposed to rise up against it?
    We need some practical ideas here. How do we (the legitimate owners of our own money) starve the state and refuse it our taxes?

  6. Tom Tyler –

    The first thing is to not vote. It is legitimising THEM on THEIR terms. As the Italian journalist Giuseppe Prezzolini said:

    “Representative government is artifice, a political myth, designed to conceal from the masses the dominance of a self-selected, self-perpetuating, and self-serving traditional ruling class.”

    Tell everyone you know to not vote. Do not play their game, do not legitimise the Power Elite’s war on civil society. And do not comply with the telly tax so the state can propagandise to you and make you pay for it. I’ve refused to be extorted for 14 years and still they can kiss my arse.

    “For example, were you aware that the idea was being floated around, that employers were going to be forced to pay their entire GROSS payroll (before the deduction of tax and NI) to HMRC, and HMRC would then deduct the “correct” (hah!) amount of taxes, and then pay the NET payroll back to the employer, which would then be distributed to the employees?”

    I don’t know if the idea has come back, but I do recall posting about this some years ago on ATW. Since bureaucratic plans are repeatedly dusted off and presented anew, I wouldn’t be surprised to hear about it again.

    “For f****s sake, I mean whose money do they think it is, in the first place?!”

    Theirs.

    We live and slave to serve the state, all controlled by the Power Elite. If you disobey, you lose your liberty to slave and be punitively looted.

    Our government is not our government. It does not serve us, it has no legitimicy. our liberties are not up for vote by anyone else, we are not under the slightest obligation to comply.

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