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Thursday, 25 February 2016

Brexit. The movie.

The trailer.

Do help to get this movie off the ground.

A short summary of the project

How we vote in the EU referendum will define how we live our lives. Do we want to live under a Europe-wide government, which few of us understand, run by people we don’t know, who have the power to impose on us laws that WE haven’t debated, and have little or no power to block or overturn? Is it safe to live under a government that we cannot hold to account? ... a government that feels under no obligation to work in our interests or to reflect our views?Is it safe to remain tied, economically, to a declining trade block, shut off from the rest of the world?BREXIT THE MOVIE spells out the choice before us, and makes the case for an independent and self-governing Britain.

Help us make BREXIT THE MOVIE and convince the nation that we should LEAVE the EU.


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  1. ".....Do we want to live under a Europe-wide government, which few of us understand, run by people we don’t know,......"

    Why don't you understand the Europe Wide Government? Is it because you're stupid? Not interested in understanding? Too lazy to understand? Which is it?
    Why don't you get to know these people who 'run' this Europe Wide Government? Are y'all antisocial or sommat?
    The sun has long since set on the Empire, time to subsume your petty Nationalism to the greater good of a shared Pan-European unity. Ask not what the EU can do for you, but what can you for the EU! So what if you have to consider the French, Germans, Mediterraneans assorted Slavic Peoples as equals. Just be thankful Israel isn't in the EU. Or worse, Turkey.

  2. just the possibility turkey might join is reason enough to leave.

  3. The fact that we have to pay in £53,000,000 per DAY is a good reason to leave. I'm sure that could be spent better.

  4. I am sure it could be spent better too. You need to ask yourself though, would it be?
    All Government expenditures, not just to the EU, can always be made more frugal and more wise. The question remains, will they be?

  5. Bearing in mind that the audit commission has been unable to sign off on the EU's expenditure for the last twelve years, then yes we can spend it better.

  6. profoundly_disturbed29 February 2016 at 07:31

    Once again, you poor sad delusional Filthy Engineer.

    You really believe how you vote will have an impact?

    I've watched with increasing sadness the chaos that has descended on Europe.

    Stay or go, I no longer think it matters, the virus is global.


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