Brexit! Who Can You Really Believe?

As the Brexit poll comes closer each side is hotting up as each accuses the other of telling outright lies. The big problem is who do you really believe?

David Cameron

David Cameron

On the ‘Stay’ side we have heard a lot of may, could, and possibly stories about what will happen if the United Kingdom leaves, but the fact is no-one knows what will really happen.

The ‘Stay’ campaign is telling us that we will go into economic free-fall, millions will lose their jobs, the export market will collapse, the pound will drop drastically, interest rates will drop, house prices and wages will collapse, and oh so many more things. It would seem from their rhetoric that we are heading for the complete annihilation of our country.

But to me, this is all supposition and scare tactics designed to persuade the electorate to vote to stay in the E.U. They, like everybody else, do not have any idea what the effects will be on the country and how the E.U. will react.

We have contracts with many countries to export goods that are essential to their industry and I cannot see these companies suddenly cancelling them the day after the results are known.

Car Parts For The E.U.

Car Parts For The E.U.

What about the car manufacturing business? If they stopped all parts made in Britain their factories would have to close down for maybe months until a new supplier is found. British workers make a lot of parts for companies like Volkswagen, Audi, Opel and many others. The same goes for other businesses on the continent, many of whom rely on British made parts for their machines etc. There is no way this trade will suddenly stop if we vote ‘Out’.

Another area of controversy is Cameron’s insistence that our economy will suddenly take a nosedive. I am fully prepared to admit that we may see a slowing down of the economy until such time as we can sell goods to other countries across the world. Another thing he insists on is that house prices will drop to drastic levels, wages will hit rock bottom, and many things will  get a lot more expensive. Cameron also insists that the NHS and pensions will take drastic cuts.

It is all supposition designed to persuade people to vote to stay in the Union. Cameron and his cronies have been ‘suppositioning’ for long enough, and its time we heard the truth from them.

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson

On the other hand, the ‘Leave’ campaign have also done their share of  ‘telling porkies’, but in my view to a much less extent. Both Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have been accused of lying about the huge influx of Turks that will invade our country if the E.U. agreement with Turkey on visa free travel goes ahead. I for one do not think they are lying. I think we will see a huge number of Turks moving to our country, all wanting to take advantage of our generous benefits system.

If we vote ‘Out’ we will be able to close our borders securely and let in only those who can be a benefit to the country like skilled workers. We can put a stop to all the Muslim migrants who are coming here to benefit from free money and accommodation.

We can also get rid of the Human Rights farce that is making a mockery of our Justice System. We can then deport all Muslims who are causing trouble in our land with their demonstrations for an Islamic State. We can rid ourselves of all the Muslim and other nationality criminals who are filling up our prison system. All positive advantages that the idiots in Strasbourg deny us.

Another bone of contention is the supposed £359m that we pay to the E.U. every week. Many have come out and said that this is not true for the actual figure is £17m a week. Even that to me is a huge sum of money when you consider it, £884m over a year. As Boris Johnson says, That could go a long way to solving all our problems with the NHS which is being stretched to the limits by immigrants.

Michael Gove

Michael Gove

There are of course many other arguments that are bouncing back and forth, but the one thing that sticks in my craw as I have said before, is the plan by those in Brussels  to form the ‘United States of Europe’ under their direct control. Eventually this will mean that all national governments will be wound up as complete control is handed over to Brussels. This I cannot vote for under any circumstances. Anyone who does not believe this should read about the Brussels plan to have every national flag emboldened with the twelve gold stars of the Union.

Union Flags?

Union Flags?

I have already reported on the fact that should Britain leave there are other countries that may well follow. In Germany, France, Holland, Denmark and several other counties there is a growing movement to also hold a referendum on staying in the E.U. Should this happen I can see the end of the Union, and it will take years for all countries to recover.

There can be little doubt that both sides are exaggerating the facts, but for me, I come down on the side of Boris Johnson and Michael Gove. It’s time we got out of this mess we call the European Union.

Roy.

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