When The Times speaks, the world groans.

From an abandoned station in London (tube).  This poster predates Britain’s entry to the “Common Market”.  See how the mugs like me were persuaded to vote ‘Yes’.  Farming has since been decimated by Britain joining the EU with very few of the next generation willing to follow their fathers onto the land into what is now a highly regulated paper chase with prices lower than production costs.

When The Times speaks, the world listens, it says.  And the world goes bust in the process.  Time to stop listening, if you still are.

In 1973 most of us still trusted the media.  I was eighteen and in my second year at Oxford (went up aged seventeen).  Unlike my fellow students who were strongly left-leaning, I was interested in business and thought joining the EU would be helpful to what in those days was called ‘industry’.

It’s never too late to wise up.

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8 Responses to “When The Times speaks, the world groans.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    It Was that fat boynobber Heath that sold us out.

  2. paul maleski says:

    I was a NO voter from the start. but even I did not realise back then; that things would get so bad for the: social, political and economic well being of the UK. In the 1975 Referendum who could have predicted that by voting YES; you would be giving carte blanche, in the decades to come, for the scum of Europe to move here en masse. That Western Europe would become a multi-racial cesspit!

  3. Anonymous says:

    There is no shame in admitting that in the face of slick propaganda we were ALL conned! The main problem was that we still believed our ruling establishment at that time..at least partially.

    As long as we now realise the truth and get in the faces of the establishment at every opportunity such as emailing and tweeting and getting involved at street level to confront our police, judges and masonic establishment by using the Common Law of 1689 as a battering ram to which THEY have no answer except more of the same illegal practices to try and plug the dyke then ultimately we can prevail. We still have a chance to extr!cate ourselves id only we can become a cohesive unit of people.

    reiverdave

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, that is an interesting poster, could anybody read the small print.
    Wonder if anybody else has the original script or information on why we went into the Common Market.
    Can remember at the time thinking the count could have been fixed.
    That type of thinking was a bit far fetched then. Not now though, it has been done.

  5. Tapestry says:

    If you click the image, it should get bigger. I found I could read most of it with a little concentration.

  6. Tapestry says:

    It was Aldwych station. Here’s the original picture on the internet. Hope that helps. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-25576814

  7. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, thanks for that, seems Common Market and EEC are mentioned on the same poster.
    Notice they never spelt out what EEC meant, they never wanted us to realise.
    I was in the Vote No campaign, all the funding came out of our own pockets.
    For the Yes campaign, it was well funded by Labour unions and Conservatives.
    Nothing seems to have changed, rot from top to bottom.

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