What? Soros Says Remain? Time for Brits to LEAVE!


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Well, here’s another excellent reason to vote Leave tomorrow!

George Soros is perhaps the worst Enemy Within that our Western civilisation faces. He funds numerous far-left and supranationalist causes inimical to every patriot in every country – many of them in the USA…

.The growing protests in the streets of Ferguson were made up not of town residents, says the Washington Times, but of bussed-in activists from groups like the Samuel Dewitt Proctor Conference in Chicago and the Center for Community Change in Washington, all of which enjoy funding from none other than George Soros.

George Soros: The Man Behind Ferguson |

…  but plenty of subversive agitprop outfits elsewhere too.  He nurtures a seemingly ubiquitous loathing for mere common folk who dare stand up to know-all elites.

He inserted his cultural marxist sticky-beak into the recent Dutch referendum,

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Go, Holland! Slap Soros Down! April 6th, Prelude to Freedom? 

But the Dutch slapped the swine down, defying his arrogance.

So now he’s out to interfere in Britain’s, to see if British voters are made of less stern stuff than their counterparts in Holland.

Soros is a menace! We won’t go into detail today, time’s a-pressing, but you can check back through our previous posts about this man’s rancid record.

 

Soros, Not Murdoch, is the REAL Menace 

As to his shrilling about the imminent economic apocalypse if Brits choose freedom Billionaire Open Borders Funder Soros Tells Britain To Stay In EU … here’s a most timely antidote, from Robert Oulds of the Bruges Group….
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The UK’s liabilities to the financial mechanisms of the European Union

 

 

Independent research, commissioned by the Bruges Group from acknowledged expert in this field Bob Lyddon, shows that the true extent of the UK’s potential exposure to the European Investment Bank (EIB), European Central Bank (ECB) and EFSM (European Financial Stabilisation Mechanism) is over £80 billion. If the crisis in the Eurozone continues this already high figure could increase massively.

The UK carries huge financial liabilities as an EU Member State, liabilities that could translate into calls for cash far higher than our annual Member cash contribution. These are created through various funds and facilities of the EU itself, and through shareholdings in the European Investment Bank and the European Central Bank. Each of these bodies engages in financial dealings on a large scale, with the Member States acting as guarantors for sums borrowed. The main recipients of funds are the Eurozone periphery states: Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal and Ireland.

The UK, being one of the largest and most creditworthy of the Member States, is looked at as one of the guarantors most able to stump up extra cash as and when demanded, demanded, that is, by a Qualified Majority of Member States with no unilateral right of refusal. Such calls can be expected if another crisis blows up in the Eurozone.

The UK’s leaving the EU would relieve us of these considerable risks and liabilities. This independent research shows that Britain should leave the European Union.

Click here to read the full research

june 23