Voting day – and here’s the bigger picture.
Forget about immigration.
Forget about the financials.
Forget about Sovereignty.
Take a look at the EU itself.
The EU is a club – but a very odd sort of club.
It doesn’t look after its members – Greece ring a bell.
The only thing on the EU agenda is for the EU to survive.
This is like a virus.
The worst kind of virus that actually kills its host (Greece)
The EU wants the UK to remain so it continues to pay its sub
If the UK continues to pay its sub the EU will survive
Without the subs from all the mug members the EU virus will die
Now go out and vote.

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The day before THE DAY and this you will be very pleased to hear is going to be my last post on the subject. The three big issues that have filtered their way through to the debates seem to be, the financials, immigration, and sovereignty. I will quickly cover each as I see it, and I hope it might help you make your own decision, one way or the other.
 
The financials. Have you ever been in a job that pays reasonably well, not brilliantly well, only reasonable – but it’s a crap job? That’s the EU. Now have you then left that job, for a lower paid job with far better conditions? I have – twice. There is a period of adjustment of course getting used to the lower pay, but it turned out (for me at least) that in double quick time I was earning the same as the old crap job, and shortly afterwards, considerably more. That’s leaving the EU – there is NOTHING to be frightened about unless you’re frightened of getting on with the job.
 
Immigration. The case is shut on this one. We cannot control EU immigration at all from withing the EU, we cannot plan for the future, it’s a lost case for the Remainers – end of.
 
Sovereignty. Any club that will have me as a member isn’t worth joining. But the EU is worse than that. It is a broken, self-serving club that as its main agenda only has survival of the EU club at heart – not you, not your problems, not your concerns, not your country – only its own survival – and this it will try to maintain at all costs. It doesn’t even “look after its own” – check out the Greece situation. The EU is not doing its job properly, it is not fit for purpose – why on Earth would you allow such a faceless bureaucratic, unelected entity to make decisions for you? It has no interest in either you or your country, it only has an interest in what you can cough up to keep your club membership up to date.
 
So there it is in a nutshell. Vote on Thursday and vote with heart AND mind in equal balance 🙂
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I don’t need to tell you that by his irresponsible statement Osborne is trying to financially de-stabilise the country even before we’ve had the referendum. He must go – NOW.

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Earlier this year Cameron went over to Brussels to do a “deal” and as we all know – he came back with nothing. Also around that time he was saying that Britain could manage quite well thank you very much out of the EU – he was sending a threat to Brussels. Why is he now so pro EU? Because Brussels does not like to be threatened and they sent Cameron a few of their own back which were much more unpleasant than his threat. And so that’s why we are where we are. Cameron is pissing himself from the Brussels threats, and the bloody stupid Brits (in his opinion) are looking like they want to leave the EU and are giving him nightmares. You are not a very good chess player Cameron – I could do a far better job than you at this game.

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Personally I believe that if the politicians have given up the job they should be doing,  to “the people” to make the decision for them, then the best thing the politicians’ can do is keep their mouths shut and leave “the people” to get on with it. I also think it is rather pathetic of “the people” to say that they have not been given enough information to make an informed decision. There is a thing out there called the Internet that every man and his dog has access to. Do a bit of work, it is rather an important matter and you people should take enough interest in your own damned country to spend a few hours looking around to make your own informed decision.

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In case you haven’t worked it out yet – what Cameron & Osborne are doing is setting the country up (economically) for a fall, in the case of a Brexit winning vote. Self-fulfilling prophecy job – so that they can say “I told you so”. They really are dirt personified!!

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Which? have given their advice on how to make sure you have a decent credit rating. Here’s my advice – get as little on credit as you possibly can (this includes things like mobile phone contracts by the way) so that these parasitic credit rating companies (we know who I’m talking about here don’t we) have nothing on you and go out of business.

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I spent 7 hours behind a monitor yesterday downloading SDO data of the Mercury transit every 15-minutes.

I put all the images together to give this very short animation of the event.

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The government issued a warning about parents taking their kids out of school for a day in protest over these SATS exams. The government said that even the loss of one day’s schooling could be serious. Really? So when I went to New Zealand and back by ship and had 2 summer holidays on the way out and on the way back meaning the loss of about 16 weeks of schooling – that must mean total disaster then?? So how did I end up with an HNC in Applied Physics with Distinctions in every subject, a First Class Honours Degree in Physics, Maths and Astronomy, and a PhD in Semiconductor Physics then? You know what government? You really come out with a pile of crap!!

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Well Obama – you stuck your nose in where it wasn’t required and your comment was absolutely no surprise at all – to me at least. What the people of the U.K. probably don’t know – is that when the vote was coming up for entering the EU in the first place, your country (the USA) sent over hundreds of trained and educated people to go into U.K. pubs and clubs to convince the people that joining the EU was the right thing to do.
Now why was that? What real benefit do you get out of us belonging to the EU? Is it because it hamstrings us??

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