Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Friday, 3 June 2016

At It Again.

Thick Or What?

As expected all Cameron could manage in this heavily trailed event on Sky was to lamely bang on about the economy whilst immigration was hurled at him like the rotten eggs that matter has become for us all. I expected Faisal Islam to give him an easy ride given Murdoch's billion pound association with the corrupt and bankrupt EUSSR. Yey he was magnificently championing people's passion very well.

Indeed Cameron resorted to interruption and pleading glances toward the audience whilst barely suppressing anger and a desire to bully and hector his interviewer. It was quite awful to witness the lies such as those regarding Turkish membership of this awful Axis led by Merkel.

As for the mantra of the economy. I hope Michael Gove has the nuance to highlight the economic basket case the eurozone is. Youth unemployment in the hundreds of thousands, austerity legislation causing riot and bloodshed and civil unrest in France. Greece and its people, not its ruling elite, on their knees and subjugated by Merkel. The ECB so mired in printing press production as to be virtually pushing counterfeit euro notes that have little future value, as this cartel struggles to stay above the waterline of solvency.

Even Cameron let slip that the influx of migrants to the UK is due to our job successes and independent currency. So much for the economic argument for staying in this basket case outfit. He also knowingly told untruths about the UK joining the Euro and Schengen. 

The whole federal EU ambition will demand this and were we to be fiddled into a remain vote, using many thousands if not millions of ballot papers "mistakenly" sent to EU residents here, we will be forced to do as Merkel demands. Indeed the passion for leaving is looking ever more dominant. 

My fear is that will provoke even more underhand tactics and fraudulent electioneering.  Were I confident this ballot will be above board I would suspect "leave" to storm to a large majority. Especially after last night. If Gove does do well this evening who can tell? Maybe the leave vote will grow so huge as to be unstoppable. Even with rigged postal and incorrect ballot papers. Of course we might also see hordes of migrants allowed in before the ballot and issued with voting cards as they step ashore!


  1. RandomAnonymousCrank3 June 2016 at 13:36

    It's a pretty sad state of affairs when one has strong distrust of our own govmt resorting to third world election rigging but its definitely on the cards I agree. Independent scrutineers ? Well who hasn't got a dog running in this globalist event......... I'd trust Iceland and Russia can't think of any others off hand.

  2. RandomAnonymousCrank3 June 2016 at 22:55

    Vote remain and this is a taste of your future and more importantly your childrens future, indoctrinated groupthink.............

  3. RandomAnonymousCrank4 June 2016 at 20:00

    Drunk on unelected power ................ and your money

  4. RandomAnonymousCrank4 June 2016 at 20:09

    The Boy Buggering Corporation is up to its usual slithery tricks........

  5. Random, Breitbart a rare beacon of support in the otherwise biased self interest elsewhere. Donald looks set to give leave a boost too. I still fear the vote rigging, however.

  6. RandomAnonymousCrank5 June 2016 at 15:32

    " . I still fear the vote rigging, however." It's a dead cert to happen, just hope that those who soak up the msm can have just one moment of clear thinking, a near do will be easy to hide the manipulation but a good difference will not.