Forgive my suspicions, but the Brexit vote is starting to look a little suspicious. Cameron’s going out of his way to rile the voters with nonsensical threats. Knights Of Malta like Geldof are being set up with ludicrously pre-arranged media exposure, posing on a massive yacht alongside billionaire friends raising two fingers to fishermen, at least those few who are left, struggling to make a living inside the mad EU regulations. Murdoch has declared for OUT. Now the Spectator, Cameron’s best buddies. It’s all too much. These are the parasites who we thought would be backing IN, not helping OUT to gain traction, and declaring open support for the same.
Boris Johnson is an insider. No one gets such favourable treatment in politics and media unless they are so. The whole thing is starting to smell like a game, which feels like a real contest, but is a manipulated battle designed to bring the EU to an end.
For us, the people on the end of it all, the EU continuing would have been a totalitarian state with a terrible future. We have to vote against it. But what hope do we have with the EU cracking all around us, and living with the financial and political instability that will be unleashed? We know the Islamic gameplan is in full flood, with ‘immigration’ and seeding of people into power to develop Islamic values in Britain and Europe, such as the New Mayor Of London. It will be a fine thing to see the end of the EU followed in turn with a push for Islamic Law. The suppression of our lives will become a lot more direct, than the bureaucracy operating out of Brussels.
Spectator – featuring a mind control butterfly (Monarch) flying out of a Satanic cube in EU colours. It seems like Brexit is intended to be a new phase of more direct suppression of the mind, given birth to by the Satanism of the European Union. The parasites intend to keep us in their grip, while allowing us to believe we might get a taste of freedom along the way.
UPDATE – a Monarch mind control killing. Jo Cox was hit by a crazed killer, who walked calmly away from the murder. No proof but it sounds like a mind control perpetrator. The killing the latest act of desperation by Remain – to kill one of their own, and blame an OUT fanatic. Fact is, that part of the story is false. The killer did not shout ‘Britain FIrst’.
The Spectator backs Brexit. In the 1975 referendum, only two UK publications argued for what is now called Brexit: the Morning Star and The Spectator. Our coverline, then, was ‘Out – and into the world!’. We use it again today. No economist knows what 2030 will look like but as Adam Smith, the father of modern economics, observed, the wealth of nations is decided primarily by the health of their ‘laws and institutions’. We asked the EU to reform; it refused on suspicion that we’d be too scared to vote out. Set aside whether we’d grow by 29pc or 33pc over the next 15 years: we cannot look the other way while our laws are undermined from Strasbourg and our democracy from Brussels. The history of the last two centuries can be summed up in two words: democracy matters. Let’s vote to defend it on 23 June.