Friday, March 4, 2016

Fear Campaign Over #Brexit In Full Swing

France is now warning that migrants, presumably swimming the Channel in record numbers, would descend on Britain if they left the EU. Clearly the fear campaign design to sway public opinion towards staying the EU remains in full swing. Nigel Farage describes it best for those interested. If Europe and British leaders keep this up, don't be surprised to see European versions of Donald Trump rising from obscurity in 2016.

Headline: David Cameron: France's Brexit warning is not a 'David Icke-style conspiracy' to keep Britain in EU

Speaking in France this afternoon, the Prime Minister compared some of the arguments used by those backing Brexit with conspiracy theories peddled by former professional footballer turned conspiracy theorist David Icke. It comes as France's economy minister warned that Calais would no longer be stopped from crossing the Channel into the UK if Britain voted to break ties with Brussels.

Mr Cameron said: "Of course you can say this is all some giant conspiracy, some sort of David Icke's style sort of you know ... It is just nonsense".



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