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A heartwarming message to British low-paid workers from the “In” campaign boss – “Screw you!!!”

As readers will know, the “Britain Stronger in Europe” (BSE) campaign has chosen the debonair multi-millionaire businessman Sir Stuart Rose as its Chairman. It might have been difficult for the BSE campaign to find a credible leader from the business community as, ten or so years ago when Blair wanted to take the UK into the euro (so he could become president of the EU), the Confederation for British Industry (CBI) and most business leaders warned us that Britain was doomed unless we joined the euro. Oooopps!

Multimillionaire business bosses love the EU and everything about it. The EU gives them an unlimited supply of highly skilled workers so they don’t have to employ or train useless uneducated Brits. The EU similarly gives them cheap hardworking cleaners, nannies, gardeners, plumbers etc from Eastern Europe. Moreover, being in the EU makes it easier for our rulers to buy their luxury holiday homes in Tuscany, the South of France and Marbella.

Multimillionaires don’t have to compete with immigrants for low-paid jobs, places in school for their children, social housing, healthcare and so on. While multimillionaires get all the benefits of EU membership, life is not so easy for lower paid workers in Britain forced to compete with three million EU economic migrants.

Two years ago multimillionaire Stuart Rose said he had little sympathy with people who complained that jobs were being taken by workers from countries like Bulgaria and Romania who were prepared to work for less money. “I’m a free-market economist; we operate in a free market,” he told Sky News. “If these people want to come here, and work the hours they are prepared to work for the wages they are prepared to work for, then so be it.”

So, I think we can conclude that Sir Stuart Rose’s and the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign’s message to British lower-paid workers, whose lives are made more difficult by the EU migrant invasion, is something along the lines of “Screw you!!”

The misleading “Britain Stronger in Europe” campaign name

Following my contacts with UKIP about the fact that the name of the “In” campaign – “Britain Stronger in  Europe” – is misleading, Nigel Farage has written the letter below to the BBC. Moreover, the Electoral Commission has confirmed that they will not recognise any campaign that uses a misleading name. I have a feeling that “Britain Stronger in Europe” will be forced to change its name to the much less appealing “Britain Stronger in the European Union”. Ha ha ha ha.

Here’s Farage’s letter:


The forthcoming debate and referendum about Britain’s membership of the European Union is likely to be the defining political decision of this generation. As such it is imperative that the debate, and the reporting of that debate, is conducted in a fashion that is transparent, honest and with absolute clarity. We call upon the BBC and other news outlets to therefore ensure that the debate is framed accurately.

In recent weeks and months it has become normal for many correspondents to use ‘Europe’ as shorthand for ‘the European Union’. To do so is inaccurate, and suggestive of a general dislike of our continental allies, when what Eurosceptics oppose is membership of a supranational political organisation, not fellow continental European nation states.

It has been widely reported that those campaigning to remain in the European Union are deliberately replacing the name of the organisation with the term ‘Europe’ for this very reason, and by doing the same, correspondents are inadvertently playing into the deliberate, dishonest framing of the debate.

The Electoral Commission has suggested that the question be ‘Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?’ I believe reporting should reflect this deliberate selection of words. The debate is not about whether Britain should remain in Europe, a geographic reality, but the European Union, a political construction.

Yours sincerely,

Nigel Farage

15 comments to A heartwarming message to British low-paid workers from the “In” campaign boss – “Screw you!!!”

  • Simon

    Give it another couple of years (months) & I don’t think this issue will matter-simply because there won’t be any jobs out there to fill-low paid or otherwise.

  • tony potts

    Stuart Rose,Baron Rose of Monewden (2014) Its amazing how some one will betray their own country once they have been made a Peer of it.(Courtesy of cameron of course).

  • michael moore

    Stuart Rose’ opening gambit.

    “Don’t turn your back on world”

    What a dummy , he could not have got that more the wrong if he tried. Its:

    ” Hello World, Goodbye EU “

  • michael moore

    And I see Cameron’ pals crawling out of the wood work now supporting his Stay in EU campaign.

    Nicol Sturgeon-Scotland’s SNP vows to fight to keep Britain in EU .(Played her part well to get Cameron Europhile re-elected)

    Mark Carney-governor of the BOE. Well what do you expect from another former Goldman Sachs employee.

  • tony peters

    Ah yes michael one more of theformer Goldman Sach men that rule the EU , like Peter Sutherland,Mario Draghi,Antonio Borges,Mario Monti,Lucas Papademos,Karel van Miert,Romano Prodi,Massimo Tononi,Erik Asbrink,Carlos Moedas,Klaus Luft,Gianni Letta,Guy Hands,Oscar Fanjul,Vladimír Dlouhý ,Guillermo de la Dehesa ,Charles de Croisset ,Michael Cohrs ,Petros Christodoulou ,Efthymios Christodoulou ,Willem Buiter ,Diethart Breipohl ,Claudio Aguirre and many more, especially in the States , a lot mor than in Europe.

    And everyone thinks we live in a Democracy, HA.

  • tony peters

    Most British Jews feel they have no future in Europe – poll.

    I wonder why? It couldnt be due to the prospect of the EU’ next name transformation into Europistan could it?

    Maybe they saw this?

    European Vacation 2050

  • mike roberts

    At least one country in the EU’ population doesnt walk around with their eyes Wide Shut.

    Election puts Poland’s ties with EU, Germany at risk.

    Poland’s general election on Sunday may propel a new nationalist-minded government into European politics, deepening divisions over the migration crisis and straining relations with Berlin, Brussels and Moscow.
    The Eurosceptic Law and Justice party (PiS), led by former prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski.

    But his deep distrust of big European powers, particularly Germany, remains intact and analysts say he is still expected to pull the strings.
    In a parliamentary debate in September, Kaczynski said the pro-European government of Civic Platform had no right to take decisions on accepting migrants under foreign pressure because the decision may hurt the daily lives of Poles.

    Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz ignored Kaczynski’s warnings and made a deal with Brussels to take in about 7,000 refugees. With Kaczynski at the controls, that would not have happened.

  • MGJ

    “I’m a free-market economist; we operate in a free market”. My god, did he really say that?

    More government, more special favours, more lobbying, more taxation, more regulation, more waste, more corruption, more cosy contracts, more cronyism, more protectionism from extra-EU imports, more “ex” Communists in charge…

    Apart from that, the aims of the EU are perfectly aligned with the free market.

  • martin jones roberts

    German police warned on Thursday of a growing risk of racially motivated attacks on politicians by right-wing radicals angry about an influx of migrants, and said crimes directed at refugee shelters were rising dramatically.

    The warning comes five days after Germans were shocked by the stabbing of Henriette Reker, a mayoral candidate in the city of Cologne. She was stabbed in the neck and seriously wounded on the eve of Sunday’s election, which she won.

    Germany is struggling to cope with the arrival of an expected 800,000 to 1 million migrants this year, many from war zones in the Middle East, and politicians are openly worrying about a potential rise in right-wing radicalism.

    The BKA federal police said in the third quarter alone, 285 offences were reported against asylum-seekers’ shelters, compared with 198 for the whole of last year. The crimes included arson, criminal damage and incitement.

    So far this year, 576 crimes on refugee accommodation were reported. The BKA said there was also an increased risk of aggression towards “people perceived as responsible, for example politicians or people who run the shelters”.

    EU Politicians blaming everyone but themselves again…Just what did they expect. Havent they had real jobs, real experience and lived in the real world,NO they havent,they are justover grown University Students like Cameroon (“Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind. ” )that live off their Trust Fund that gets passed down through the generations, ok if your a rich meddler and dont know what your doing.

    “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”
    ― George Orwell

    “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a Burkha wearing boot stamping on a human face—for ever.”
    ― George Orwell, 1984

  • Had Enough

    “No one believes more firmly than Comrade Cameron that all animals are equal. He would be only too happy to let you make your decisions for yourselves. But sometimes you might make the wrong decisions, comrades, and then where should we be?”

    “There are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them.”
    ― George Orwell

  • No nevr

    Its so good being in the EU, then we can spread all the burdens.

    More than 12,000 migrants have crossed into Slovenia in the last 24 hours and thousands more are expected, prompting authorities to ask the rest of the European Union for help dealing with the flood of people.

  • Jack Blackr

    Cant we flood the Euro-Tunnel before all the Gimmegrants get here??

  • david brown

    Michael Moore Re Mark Carney he is still working in the interests of Goldman Sachs only in a different office.

  • Jack Jones

    UK husband Kevin Donald has been refused entry for his wife and son from New Zealand to join him in the England.She has worked here longer than 20 years and qualifies for a pension.The family has been torn apart.

    All I can say to Kevin is I wish I could go to New Zealand and get the hell out of this place before it falls apart like Sweden, its just a question of time and numbers.

  • Jack Jones

    A European leader that should be the President of the EU.

    Hungary’s ruling center-right Fidesz party has taken a hard line against the tide of immigrants fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East and Asia, most of them refugees from Syria’s civil war. It has spoken of a threat to Europe’s Christian and democratic way of life and demanded action from the EU, which is deeply divided on the issue.

    Orban, who was due to address the European People’s Party congress in Madrid on Thursday, told the state television channel m1 that European leaders had no mandate to let hundreds of thousands of migrants enter the EU with little or no control.

    “This destabilizes European democracies,” he said. “We need to start the debate about the future of our continent honestly, without the muzzle of ‘political correctness’, without pretence, talking straight.”

    “We need to listen to the people and incorporate their views in our politics. If we can’t do that, we’ll have a political crisis on top of our migrant crisis.”

    He said Hungary’s border fence had been meant to turn migrants back from Europe, not divert them along a different path to Germany, and that he had asked Hungary’s Balkan neighbors to help send the migrants back.

    But they will never allow that, so best we get out NOW.

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