Should we have left the EU - Vote Below?

Should we have left the EU - Vote below

Should we have left the EU?

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

BREXIT THE MOVIE

BREXIT The Movie


If you are still undecided about whether to vote to leave or stay in the EU then this movie might give you some new thinking points.

Remember most content out there is biased to those who want to leave the EU or stay so you should try to read and watch as much articles, opinion pieces, debates, films and TV shows that oppose or challenge your current view as possible

It is only by stretching your mind and thinking about those points that you have previously shrugged off or thought of as propaganda, that you will come to make your own mind up.

Take in all the points of view possible from the Right Wingers, the Left Wingers (people on both sides want to stay OR leave the EU). UKIP, Britain First, The BNP, Right wing parties from France to Spain to Greece to Itay to the Ukraine, and then all the left wing parties as well.

Only by debating, and sometimes with the most reprehisble people, will real choices get made.

For example I remember this comment by someone on BBC Question Time who responded to someone on the panels back of paper calculations in that by leaving the EU it would save us over £1.5 Trillion and pay off our national debt!

Would we be clever enough to do something as altruistic as move everyone out of debt, re-invest in skills and let people have new chances?

Of course not, not under a Tory or Blairite establishment party anyway. However it is a good little clip to get you started on the main feature - BREXIT The Movie!


BREXIT The Movie

This was filmed a few days ago by Bloomberg who host a debate in London to explore the possible implications of Britain leaving the European Union.



Speakers: Mario Monti, former Italian Prime Minister; Norman Lamont, former U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer; Nigel Lawson, former U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer; Maurice Levy, chief executive officer of Publicis Groupe SA; Carolyn Fairbairn, Director General of the Confederation of British Industry; Jon Moulton, founder and managing partner of Better Capital. Moderator, Francine Lacqua, Bloomberg.

What do you think of the debate has it changed your mind?

If so take the poll at the top of the page and please visit our sponor.

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