Our job is done – the UK is now as evil as it can get. Boris and Nigel have successfully tricked the British public in to voting for economic suicide by lying to them about what leaving the European Union means.
Leave voters have now admitted that they voted Leave to get £350m a week for the NHS. The Leave campaign have said that despite that pledge being on the side of their bus, they didn’t mean it;
Other voters say they wanted to stop immigration. The Leave campaign have now admitted that they have no plans to stop immigration at all;
But according to post Brexit polls, most people voted to Leave to allow the UK to have a final say in the laws that get passed in the country. However, if we leave the EU and still want to trade with them (and we probably do – they account for a large chunk of our economy) then, like Norway, we have to accept EU laws and don’t even get any representation like we do today, so we have less sovereign control than before.
Boris’s Leave campaign has delivered nothing that it promised, has cost the world one trillion dollars, but at least he’s in line to be the next Prime Minister.
It’s one week to the EU Referendum, and the good news is that both In and Out camps have been incredibly evil in their campaigning. Today we continue our exploration of the amazing lies and deceits that both sides have been telling, looking at Sovereignty and the Environment.
Continue reading EU – In vs Out Part 2
It’s one week to the EU Referendum, and the good news is that both In and Out camps have been incredibly evil in their campaigning. We’re going to summarize some of the amazing lies and deceits that both sides have been telling.
Continue reading EU – In vs Out, part 1
Earlier in the week we reported how MP Philip Davies urged the prime minister to not help refugees. Fortunately David Cameron has taken his words to heart. Yesterday the European Commission asked all member states to take part in a plan to redistribute all refugees around the continent so that everyone pulls their weight in the refugee crisis (which, just to be clear, is a crisis for the refugees, not a crisis for us). David Cameron confirmed that we are already taking 14 refugees a day from the Syria region, and won’t be helping out by taking anyone from elsewhere in Europe. Mwhahaha.
Essentially, our poorer neighbours in Italy, Greece and Hungary are having to take care of refugees on their own. Greece, if you recall, is so poor that anyone who goes there on holiday is advised to take wads of cash in case the country completely collapses. In July, there were reports of the country being about to run out of food and medicine. And Italy and Hungary aren’t exactly rich countries.
So what is David Cameron’s excuse? Apparently taking in refugees won’t stop the civil war, so there’s no point encouraging them by helping them. It’s like refusing to buy any drinks when it’s your round, just in case the whole pub wants one, and anyway everyone will be thirsty again next week so what’s the point. But still having champagne cocktails when it’s someone else’s round. Mwhahaha.
In the good old days you could send someone down a mine for a week without a break and pay them tuppence. However, the working time directive and the minimum wage put an end to all of that. The minimum wage ensures that you pay most people at least half a pittance, and the working time directive stops you from making them work every hour of every day.
In fact, what the working time directive does is it forces employers to give employees a) a break every 6 hours, b) 11 hours off to sleep/eat, c) one day off a week, d) 4 weeks holiday a year, and e) not work more than 48 hours a week. All of this can be averaged over a reasonable period for shift workers too. Unless the employee chooses to opt out of any of those of course – the employee can choose to do overtime to boost their wages if they want. So it’s a pretty annoying law if you want to work your employees to death against their will.
All of this is courtesy of the EU, who for some reason think that the little people should count as people, and be protected from exploitation by unscrupulous employers. Fortunately David Cameron is going to fight the EU over this, and seek to get rid of workers rights. Mwhahaha.
If David Cameron succeeds, we can look forward to never seeing your friends and family, and a large increase in strokes and other illnesses as people are literally worked to death.