Cameron's shameful propaganda pamphlet is itself a reason to quit EU

All that the government's latest move has done, in preparing to send out a £9 million pro-EU propaganda pamphlet, is make me even more determined to rally everyone I know to vote to leave the EU in June. Dishonesty doesn't pay Dave, as you're about to find out

by Eurosceptic on 11 April 2016 03:41

The thing that has always turned me off the European Union is the fact that the whole thing is drenched in dishonesty. From the lies we have been told for decades about what we in Britain have been signing up to, to the dirty tricks of Brussels -- repeat referendums when they don't get the result they want etc -- it frankly sickens me.

So, all that the government's latest move has done, in preparing to send out a £9 million pro-EU propaganda pamphlet, is make me even more determined to rally everyone I know to vote to leave the EU in June.

The government promised they wouldn't do this. But now, like a dodgy second hand car salesman, they're saying they only promised not to do it during the official campaign. We didn't read the fine print.

Again, sickening. No wonder people hate politicians.

Spending on both the leading Remain and Leave campaigns has been capped at £7 million each. But with this disgraceful pamphlet in mind, Remain will actually end up with £16 million while Leave will have much less than half of that with the originally allotted £7 million.

The referendum will therefore be free but it won't be fair.

That said, they wouldn't be doing it if they weren't desperate. And they're going to get a lot more desperate as the polls start to move further and further in favour of Brexit.

Dishonesty doesn't pay Dave, as you're about to find out.

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