Britain to leave EU?

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PostMon Oct 15, 2012 5:59 pm » by Noentry


Richc wrote:
8pointed1 wrote:1904-world economic collapse.........1914 world war 1
1929-world economic collapse.........1939 world war 2
2008-world economic collapse...............................

Britain leaving the E.U and going it alone sets the stage nicely i think.


:think: Good point....

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That is a great point.....

Britain's entry to the EU is only a burden on the British public.
Britain has always enjoyed an abundance of wealth, nothing to do with the EU.
Everything to do with the British.

"tptb" decide when the Euro will or will not fall, they have all the money and they control the direction our economies take.
Britain joined the EU not because of the money we would make or because the British public wanted to join, but because we are being pushed into a NWO and the needs and wants of the common man are being sacrificed for this goal.
Britain is a top player in this push for a world government, if they left the EU it would only be to join something bigger.
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PostMon Oct 15, 2012 7:41 pm » by *WillEase*


While the financial crisis is causing European leaders to push for more integration, in Britain it has reignited the debate over Britain’s membership of the European Union. The consensus, among both Euroskeptics and Europhiles, is that the financial crisis provides the opportunity for London to reconfigure its relationship with Brussels.

It’s no surprise that Europe’s crisis has boosted Britain’s anti-EU movement. Recent polls show that 70 percent of voters want a vote on Britain’s membership in the EU and that given the opportunity, 49 percent of voters would cast their ballot for Britain to leave Europe. The reason for the growing antipathy toward the EU is simple: People are concerned that Britain will be pressured to contribute more and more funds to rescuing the project. As the Daily Mail noted last year, people are realizing that as the crisis unfolds Brussels will seek more power over member states, not less.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... gPage=true

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PostMon Oct 15, 2012 9:20 pm » by Perronick


Noentry wrote:That is a great point.....

Britain has always enjoyed an abundance of wealth, nothing to do with the EU.
Everything to do with the British.




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PostMon Oct 15, 2012 9:38 pm » by Cwmman


Well if the all the migrants what came to Britain get a chance to vote Britain will never leave the EU and knowing the EU and human rights brigade they will have a choice to vote. :rtft:
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PostMon Oct 15, 2012 9:45 pm » by Cwmman


UK PM Cameron signs Scotland referendum deal

coincidence :think:
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PostMon Oct 15, 2012 9:49 pm » by ZetaRediculous


Tuor10 wrote:
There is an ex-policeman that is trying to get Edward Heath, and every British PM since, done for Treason.




He'll need God on his side for that Ted Heath died in 2005, I know, because I did the catering for his wake.

But maybe he shouldn't stop at Prime Ministers, he should go for every member of the cabinets since the late '70's as they have all been complicit in the stripping of UK sovereignty and handing so much power to Brussels.
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PostMon Oct 15, 2012 9:57 pm » by Tuor10


ZetaRediculous wrote:
Tuor10 wrote:
There is an ex-policeman that is trying to get Edward Heath, and every British PM since, done for Treason.




He'll need God on his side for that Ted Heath died in 2005, I know, because I did the catering for his wake.

But maybe he shouldn't stop at Prime Ministers, he should go for every member of the cabinets since the late '70's as they have all been complicit in the stripping of UK sovereignty and handing so much power to Brussels.


Yeah...I should have said tried to get him done.

http://www.acasefortreason.org.uk/index ... conspiracy

The above is the Guy's website.

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PostMon Oct 15, 2012 10:07 pm » by ZetaRediculous


Tuor10 wrote:
Yeah...I should have said tried to get him done.

http://www.acasefortreason.org.uk/index ... conspiracy

The above is the Guy's website.


Cheers for the link :flop:
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