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The next project I have in mind to look at, is to root out villainy and treason in parliament, to ensure our politicians are serving us, not private corporate interests.
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
It's an eye opener however to see the media encouraging folks to think they regret their decision to leave, the same media owned by those who follow the establishment agenda to stay.
originally posted by: berenike
Thank goodness people stood firm against the onslaught.
originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: gladtobehere
I looked through the news and thought, if the majority voted one way why are the majority of news articles negative?
It's such an obvious give-away of the fact the media and those quoted do not represent us.
I know as a fact there are rooms full of pathetic traitor spooks making up the news. Can't say how I know without endangering others.
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: Siddharta
I think the issue is, that any state as large as a European Superstate, would only ever have been a good thing, if it had no legislative control over its segments what so ever, making it redundant.
It's citizens are not its masters and never will be, because the drive to centralise power always comes from a desire to have more of it, not less on the part of those administrating it.
More power in less people's hands is the opposite of what a freedom loving individual is after. The endgame for all of us should be to have greater power over ourselves than do our governments, and that was never on the cards in Europe.