BREAKING: Cameron/MIT say terminators to invade England in event of Brexit. Hasta La Vista!

Land-based, automated drones (similar to the terminators made famous in movies featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger) will invade the South-East of England at 13:00 GMT, the day after June 23, if Britons vote to leave the European Union, according to an MIT study commissioned by David Cameron. Hasta La Vista, says Remain!

by Arnold Schwarzenegger on 7 June 2016 23:19

Terminator

Downing Street has issued a new warning about the dangers of Britain leaving the European Union. Land-based, automated drones (similar to the terminators made famous in movies featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger) will invade the South-East of England at 13:00 GMT, the day after June 23, but only if Britons vote to leave the European Union.

This is no hoax.

Prime Minister David Cameron, sources say, personally asked for the Department of Robotic Warfare at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to provide a report confirming such dangers, under the proviso that they say as much, rather than lose a fee of $500 million, approximately the sum Cameron pays into the EU every week.

A DPhil insider at MIT told The Commentator:

"I did grad school at Berkeley. But I want to know what this guy Cameron is smoking?"

Downing Street said the Prime Minister was not at all issuing forth with scare tactics in a moment of desperation following a slew of opinion polls showing Britons now favour Brexit.

"This is the 7th lie of the Brexit camp. We just want Brits to be properly informed. Therefore, we have a duty to be frank. The truth is that Vladimir Putin has created an 11 million strong army of terminators.

"They will all be flown into the south of England by French helicopters on the afternoon of June 24 if those thick plebs, sorry voters, back Brexit. They will kill all the children first.

"In the event of Brexit: Hasta la Vista!".

Downing Street's science advisors have already warned of an asteroid collision with London should British people get in the way of David Cameron's chief retirement plan -- to become the president of the European Commission.

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