The 1% are worried that their cartel, built up over the years, reaching its rapacious crest in 2008 and continuing its relentless quest for financial and political domination is potentially under threat with Britain’s EU referendum vote. They are ganging up just as they did with the Scottish referendum – just much worse. After all, the stakes are much, much higher.
Personally, I can’t stand the constant political flip-flopping of people like Boris Johnson, Theresa May and David Cameron. It’s a circus and only serves to confuse. Perhaps deliberately. I also despise in equal abundance the corporations threatening the country – as if much of their activities have not damaged society enough already.
Career conviction politician Jeremy Corbyn has been as equally useless.
As Leave.EU spokesman put it; “Jeremy Corbyn voted to leave the EEC in 1975 and against the Maastricht Treaty which transformed it into the EU, saying it took powers to set economic policy away from Parliament and handed them ‘to an unelected set of bankers’.
“It’s extremely sad to see that Jeremy, for all his faults a conviction politician and lifelong opponent of the EU, has been gagged by the clapped out Blairites his electors rejected in the Labour leadership contest.”
Lord Owen, former Foreign Secretary states that staying in the EU is a threat to national security. Theresa May, the current Home Secretary says the opposite.