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  • ross1948 6:45 pm on April 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Poll – Which Party Will You Brits Choose? 


    I was thinking about running a poll myself, but there’s one available on this link…

    referndmlet peole vote

    Nigel Farage pledges political revolution to ‘shift the centre of gravity’ with his new Brexit Party

    .”..which has a much wider circulation than RRA.

    Why not pay a visit and make your mark!

     

     
    • Pamela 8:44 pm on April 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, I decided that I’d have a go.
      I can’t say if your cheer-leading played a part, but the Brexit Party is topping the poll tonight!

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      • Friendly Fire 6:33 am on April 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        The Brexit Party has BIG financial backing so will out glitz the UKIP party. I wonder if you have researched the other side of Nigel? He seems to be deliberately splitting the leave NOW vote. He pushed for 2 of the worse candidates for his replacement leader, trashed not only his ‘own’ party but also trashed and insulted the UKIP member (the same ones who loyally supported him and would have voted him in again as leader if hadn’t walked away fro it (Cameron did that also and left us with an unelected PM)

        He is recorded as saying he doesn’t want members or an NEC in HIS party! (subscribers only?) He is a brilliant orator yes – but so was Obama and that guy from Germany a few years ago. He has NEVER until the last moments of the last election actually made a point of decrying immigrants from outside the EU and dodged many questions about the M+sl+m invasion of the West.

        Gerrard has pulled UKIP back from the wreck Farage left. Membership has been rising rapidly and members loyal to their new leader. Now the Brexit Party is likely to split the vote and fall into the Governments sleazy hands.

        Brexit Party 50 votes UKIP 50 Votes Labour 99 votes = disaster.

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    • Dan Lester 1:14 pm on April 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A well-argued case against Farage, FF, and I know he has his faults, the worst being the way he purged, or allowed the purging of, perfectly good people the gaystapo didn’t like.
      More than once I remember Ross telling him off for being soft.
      In fact we have seen purges already with the Brexit Party, like that man who criticised Mandelson who has been unfsirly gorced out.

      Even so, Farage has done a lot of good and if he seems to hesitate sometimes, and I am exasperated, I picture that clever poster with all the illegals on the march through Europe.
      In the European elections, I will vote UKIP 1: Brexit Party 2, unless one of the candidates is outstanding or likely to win easily ( not necessarily the same thing)

      If we have a Westminster election, first past the post, it will depend who is best-placed to beat the anti-democracy tribe called ConLabLibdem.
      The Euro election is coming up first so that will help me to choose for subsequent votes.

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      • Ned A 5:53 pm on April 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I got into the habit of voting for UKIP but I will vote for anybody who I trust will get us out of Europe.
        Correction. Brussels Empire. I like Europe.
        If it looks like Farage can teach them a lesson, I will vote for his party. But if UKIP is putting up a good fight where I vote, then I stick with UKIP.
        All I want is Get Britain Out!

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  • ross1948 8:37 pm on December 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Brits -Another Brexit Vote That YOU Can Take Part In! 


    This comes from a group called 38 Degrees, and was sent to me with an intro that strongly suggests they are NOT pro-Brexit!

    Image result for get britain out

    But YOU, my  dear readers, mostly are!

    However, they are asking for input, so please let them have it!

    Be careful. Their YES means anti-Brexit!

    Should 38 Degrees campaign to stop the UK ending up with a no deal Brexit? 

     

     

     

     
    • Morry Jones 9:30 pm on December 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I have never heard of this group but I have linked to their poll and they frame everything in a negative way, as if declaring our independence is a dodgy step.
      Why do they think we must get the agreement of our masters in Brussels before we face the world as an independent country?

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      • Petra Malley 9:50 pm on December 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Morry, they are far left and I’m surprised Ross didn’t check them out.
        I have looked at wikipedia and it says there that they have also been known as ‘Progressive Majority’ and when they adopted their new name they admitted they were ‘inspired by groups like MoveOn in the United States and GetUp! in Australia’
        Those are both far left and extremely hostile to all we stand for.
        Nevertheless, let’s have a go. They do need a dose of healthy populism!

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    • Mack the Knife 10:07 pm on December 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      This 38 Degree group is something to be very wary of, Ross.
      The New Statesman had a very favourable review of its work and if the NS likes it, you and I should not. https://www.newstatesman.com/uk-politics/2012/03/38-degrees-real-opposition

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      • Vicki 10:43 pm on December 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Thank you for that New Statesman article, Mack. I have just read it and 38 Degrees is dangerous.
        Aside from that, though, there was a reference to Robert Halfon MP, and a site he set up called Right Angle.
        Not RossRightAngle, so don’t worry about confusion, Ross, but I wanted to see what it was like, Halfon being quite sensible as a rule.
        We need as many media on the right side as we can get.
        However I tried the link offered by Conservative Home, but it took me to an empty space.
        You have better staying power, Ross, so keep at it.

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        • ross1948 11:05 pm on December 13, 2018 Permalink

          Very kind of you to say so, Vicki.
          I have a very loyal following but as this topic proves, there is always room for improvement.
          That 38 Degrees outfit has been messaging me for many months but I actually thought it was a housing association or insurance promo and ignored it.
          A name like 38 Degrees did not sound at all political.
          Now,prodded by Mack and Petra, I learn that 38 degrees is some technical term linking snowflakes to avalanches!
          Too clever by half?
          Have a wonderful weekend!

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  • ross1948 3:34 pm on December 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Brits! Vote In A Brexit Poll! 


    It seems UK vets are venomously anti-Brexit, according to a poll carried out via Facebook. But out of over 7000 vets in the Facebook vet group electorate, less than 1300 voted!

    Now the farmers are being polled, but since anyone can access the poll, who knows if it will actually produce a result that reflects the views of farmers only.

    Since Remainiacs will do anything to achieve their anti-democratic objective, I’d say it’s open season on open polls.

    https://www.fwi.co.uk/news/eu-referendum/poll-how-would-you-vote-in-a-second-eu-referendum

     

     

     
  • ross1948 5:59 pm on June 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Who Do Think You Are Kidding, Mama Stasi? 


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    David Lammy MP urges Parliament to reject EU referendum result …

    Even the left-lib media recognise the crass stupidity of this Lammy louse.

    Despite it being legally possible for Parliament to not enact Brexit, doing so would cause uproar among those who voted to leave the EU.  

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    Despite it being close, the Leave side won with a majority of 51.9 per cent, with a over million more people than the Remain side. 

    But those like Lammy who want to spit in the face of democracy are merely reflecting the arrogance of the EuroCommissars who are busily stomping on unrest elsewhere in Europe.

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    • Turkish paper compares Merkel with Hitler after Germany votes to recognize Armenian genocide

    Already, Mama Stasi Merkel has inserted her vulturine beak, on the side of the bad losers.

    ‘Politicians in London should have the possibility to reconsider the consequences of an exit,’ the RND newspaper network on Sunday quoted Merkel’s chief of staff, Peter Altmaier

    http://metro.co.uk/2016/06/26/angela-merkel-wants-britain-to-have-a-rethink-over-brexit-5967595/

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    God damn this evil bitch.

    The decision was delivered by a free and fair vote in which everyone knew what the outcomes could be.

    Leave or Remain.

    The losers, like Lammy, and the other collaborationists inside and outside the Commons, should think very carefully before they snap to attention in response to Mama Stasi’s outrageous challenge to the people’ will.

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    Any moves to overturn the democratic verdict could –  and should –  provoke riots MUCH more bloody than the barbarism that blighted Broadwater Farm, or anything since.

     
     
  • ross1948 3:11 pm on June 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    What? Soros Says Remain? Time for Brits to LEAVE! 


    soros_murdoch Soros


    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

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    • Martin Clark 7:48 am on June 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Soros is a monster, I don’t know why he ever got citizenship in the USA
      I suppose Hungary just wouldn’t put up with his subversive BS. Hungarians have a much more pro-Western government than either the Americans or the British.
      I was surprised to read in the Guardian ( yes, even there) a very good article about one of London’s ‘leading economists’ knocking down that Soros press statement/propaganda that you quoted.
      “There is an argument that a Brexit might look similar to the aftermath of sterling’’s ignominious exit from the ERM. “After this much-feared event, the UK economy actually recovered strongly and unemployment fell sharply.

      https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/jun/22/george-soros-wrong-on-brexit-uk-economy-city-economist-erm-devaluation-sterling

      That economist also writes about how Soros’s ‘speculative attack on sterling drove the UK out of the exchange rate mechanism ‘ so that’s something for voters to remember.

      Soros is no friend to Britain.

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  • ross1948 3:29 pm on June 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Referendum – Another Poll Expats Get To Vote In! 


    http://www.southwales-eveningpost.co.uk/EU-Referendum-say-poll/story-29385109-detail/story.html

    For all us expats, it’s frustrating that we can’t do more.

    june 23

    So every chance you get to vote, even in media polls, take it!

    PS – please view our two previous posts, also relevant!

     
    • Leo Cozijn 3:36 pm on June 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      *”Frustrating” that “we” can’t do more? What about repatriating?*

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      • ross1948 3:48 pm on June 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Aaah,Comrade Cozijn!
        How’s your cultural marxist revolution today ?
        Repatriation?
        I’ll wait till your ‘climate panicker’ prophecies come to pass and the West has more nice sunshine like we have in Jakarta.
        And until common-sense prevails and the asylum parasite albatross is unslung from Britannia’s neck.
        Have a happy day.

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  • ross1948 7:02 pm on June 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Sweet Dreams Are Made of THIS – Big Brexit Poll Swing! 


    Maybe just one more post tonight, as I have a house-guest, an Indonesian, who has been enjoying with me the sights and sounds of Her Majesty’s 90th Birthday celebrations on tv.

    All that pomp and circumstance has left me in a rare mood, recalling all that’s truly Great about Britain.

    Hence back,briefly tonight, to the battle-field!

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    One of my favourites…

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    ….but THIS is my NUMBER ONE this weekend.

    Brexit: ‘Leave’ or ‘Out’ 10 points ahead in poll

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    However, let careful note be made on why the good guys are doing so well.

    EU Referendum: New poll shows one in three think immigration is more important than the economy

    .EU Referendum: New poll shows one in three think immigration

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    Of course the two issues are hardly unconnected, but The Independent’s alarm is our signal to go for broke.

    Nigel Farage’s highly germane reference to Germany’s alien sex-predator horror is surely  one of the main reasons why Brits are belatedly rallying to the cause.Nigel Farage: Migrants could pose sex attack threat to Britain
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    Nigel+Farage

    That’s why the nastiest left-lib shrills assailed him so ferociously – truth is their greatest enemy.

    Pounds, shillings and pence (apologies for my archaism!) are a daily concern for most people…

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    ….but material matters are trumped every time, for normal people, by a clear and present danger, a threat to the safety of their spouses and their daughters.

    Bang that migration drum!

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    hands off

    Get Britain Out!

     

     
    • Penny 7:15 pm on June 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Nigel was bang on, if people get it that Brussels is set on bringing these predators into Europe and ordering EU members all to take their quotas like good little serfs, no doubt at all over Britain there will be even more Rotherhams to cope with.
      The British Government should be driving them out that are already in, not tying us up to a source of never-ending misery.

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  • ross1948 10:14 am on May 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Brits! Vote Today In This Europhile Poll! 


     

     

     

     

     

    Here’s a poll published in EU Observer, which most Brits won’t even know about. Use your vote to tilt the imbalance! Then ready yourself for a weekend of action to deliver your country from the EUSSR.

    “Do you think the Uniited Kingdom should remain in the EU? “

    Participate in this poll

    Okay, done that?

    Now read this clarion call from Leave EU. –

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    Dear Supporter,

    With only 44 days to go before the referendum we are ramping up the campaign. It’s bound to be “a damn close-run thing”, as the Duke of Wellington once said.Yesterday, the Prime Minister mentioned our war dead to say there might be conflict and genocide in Europe if we dared leave the EU.

    People died in two world wars to liberate Europe from dictatorship and to restore democracy, not to create a union of 28 countries that destroys our democratic rights. The PM will end this campaign, win or lose, with the disdain of the British public.

    On the campaign front, our social media operation continues to dwarf those of Vote Leave and the IN Campaign. The Leave.EU Facebook page has 685k followers alone! One video we featured received 3.2m views in a few days. 

    If you haven’t already seen it already go and have a look at ‘Brexit the animated movie’.

    Four million Leave.EU “Know the Facts” leaflets will be arriving with our group leaders this week, just in time for our Action Day this Saturday that we’re proud to call the ‘Fight for Independence Day’.
    It is a precious opportunity to get out there and help those swing voters understand why Britain needs to leave the EU.
    You can help us to distribute all of these leaflets in one day by joining your nearest constituency group and assisting them this Saturday. We also have a series of events over the next six weeks.

    Contact our team viagroupsupport@leave.eu to help us distribute another 20 million leaflets over the final leg of the campaign.

    We are not stopping at leaflets. We have just ordered large outdoor banners, correx boards, posters and another 250,000 bumper car stickers that will be sent out to our campaign groups. They will also be available to buy and download on our website.
    Also coming soon will be Union Jack flags, with ‘Independence’ emblazoned across them. Three different sizes of flag will be available to purchase for car windows, events and to display in your windows or front garden.

    Why not take a photo of you with your Leave.EU merchandise or whilst out canvassing so we can encourage more people to display their Leave.EU materials with pride? Tag us: @LeaveEUofficial #LeaveEU. Or alternatively, email your pictures to action@leave.eu.

     
  • ross1948 6:28 pm on April 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit poll, , , , , James McGroroy, overseas voting, ,   

    UK Expats Are NOT All Europhiliac – And ‘Abroad’ Reaches Further Than Brussels. 


    …with over two months to go until the referendum date, 94 percent had already made up their minds, 67 percent were firmly in the ‘Remain’ camp, while 28 percent were planning to vote ‘Leave’.

    That’s The Local, talking about their survey of UK expats IN EUSSR countries. Nowhere else! But get the spin…no, not spin, the bare-faced lie…spewed out by the Europhiliacs.

    James McGrory, Chief Campaign Spokesman of Britain Stronger In Europe, said: “This survey shows the overwhelming consensus among Brits living abroad for remaining in Europe.

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     McGrory

    lies

    Where the HELL are any facts, statistics, polls, to justify that blow-hard’s boast? Or does he really think that ‘abroad’ and ‘under Brussels control’ are synonymous.

    Memo to McGrory – they’re not! 

    Nobody here in Jakarta has surveyed any Brit I know. And I know quite a few, some of whom will vote against Brussels rule, others who are content to see the UK as a subject state.

    As far as I know, there are FAR more expat voters – and many born-and-bred Brits denied a vote by Camoron’s betrayal of his campaign promise to repeal the ’15-year-absence’ clause…

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    …. in non-European countries than within the EUSSR.  There are thousands here in South East Asia, hundreds of thousands in Oz and NZ and Canada and the USA, and many more in Africa and Latin America.

    What does McGrory know of their views?

    To give due credit to The Local, they did offer some individual opinions, and I liked this one so much I add it now for readers to savour. 

    “Remember those three-legged races at school? You would run 50 yards until the rope practically burned your leg off, and you collapsed in a heap,” he said.

    “Well now imagine 28 countries with their legs tied together each trying to run in their own direction. The rope is frayed, as the bullies pull here and there and the young kids are getting trampled on. So is Brexit the answer? Possibly. I love Europeans – I went to school with them – That’s why I think maybe we should save them from the EU.”

    http://www.thelocal.it/20160422/survey-could-brits-in-europe-put-the-brakes-on-brexit

    EUSSR red

     
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