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If you were PM what would you do?

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Eloisaa Tue 21-Jun-16 17:09:48

So I've been reading a lot about the EU referendum and I'm sure every one else has done too. It's a little scary to think Friday morning we might not be apart of the EU.

If you could be the PM what would you do to make Britain great again?

0phelia Tue 21-Jun-16 21:04:38

Why is it scary to not be part of the EU?

Britain could lead the way for a New European civilisation, without the cumbersome sluggish Neoliberal corporatised corrupt bankers wet dream that is the EU.

Britain could lead by example. Each country for their own. A country in control of it's own destiny. Freedom. Democracy. Accountability. We have none of these things whilst we are part of the EU.

Eloisaa Tue 21-Jun-16 22:10:00

Well it's not scary to not be in the EU, but from research a lot of people are voting purely on racist reasons, that's scary.

Coming out of the EU would mean more jobs, more money for the economy. We use to be an empire and I believe we can make Britain great again, an empire. Being in the EU obligates us to pay out to other countries who are in a financial crisis, paying out money we don't have. The EU don't have our backs and I don't think they ever did, the only thing they gave us are wars, but sometimes Dave needs to keep his big nose out of other people's business. Coming out of the EU will help that.

On Thursday it will be the first time in a long time that our government has allowed us to even fight for what we believe in, giving us the right to vote.

Now, are you going to answer the question or focus on the small things?

RortyCrankle Wed 22-Jun-16 18:12:24

It appears you have been indoctrinated somehow to believe all the spin and lies put out by Remainers that if you vote Leave then you must be a xenophobic racist and that immigration is the only reason a person wants to vote out. It is absolutely not the case.

Yes I and other Leavers want to see immigration under our control but it's way down the list of reasons for voting out. I've had many conversations with friends and acquaintances about the referendum and immigration is often not even mentioned as there are other more important issues.

I personally think Cameron has behaved appallingly and I'm a Tory voter. His days as PM are numbered and I see a vote of no confidence soon after the result on Friday.

If I were PM I would have remained independent from both sides.

concertplayer Fri 24-Jun-16 11:54:52

The Empire we had is long gone. It was based on our invading
other countries and using their resources to build our Empire
(like the French and the Spanish did)
These countries will not be as benevolent towards us as some people think

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