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originally posted by: lSkrewloosel
a reply to: Denoli
Voting out for many reasons, immagration is not one of them. We was fine before we joiend the EU we will be fine when we leave. I just like seeing Camerons face as we was not even supposed to have a refferendum, it was just to pull votes from UKIP at the the time, now they are bricking it.
i heared a whisper that a referendum for some reason is illegal at this point and if we vote out i beilve they can say, "well its not legal so we will stay in" - i will get to you on how valid this is, as it was a chiense whsiper .
European Parliament president – Martin Schulz
Term: August 2014 - January 2017
Elected by: Members of the European Parliament
European Council president – Donald Tusk
Term: December 2014 - May 2017
Appointed by: national leaders (heads of state or government of EU countries).
European Commission president – Jean-Claude Juncker
Term: November 2014 - October 2019
Appointed by: national leaders (heads of state or government of EU countries), with the approval of the European Parliament.
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: Denoli
By control borders, do you mean prevent people from seeking legitimate political and humanitarian asylum as a direct result of wars we helped start by funding terrorism, in order to justify illegal wars and obtain resources we had not the right to?
Because that is what the overwhelming majority of immigrants are after doing. The statistically irrelevant number who would do us harm might pose a threat, but only someone who does not understand what it means to be British would fear death strongly enough to prevent them from doing the right thing when it comes to the victims of our excess.
Around half of the 300,000 odd thousand folk (net) who moved here last year were from the rest of the world, that's just under 7 billion potential people compared to the 500 million who live in the EU.
So, around the same number of people moved here from one area covering 500 million, and another covering nearly 7 billion people.
Immigration controls clearly work with the rest of the world, yet any EU national can move here even if we don't need them.
originally posted by: KapritiI likewise suspect that the masters of the City of London among others to rig the voting results so that the status quo is maintained.