A Post From David Reardon Of Brexit: Speak Your Mind

Marv Hollingworth

Kipper Central Deputy Editor

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4 Responses

  1. Stanley Cutts says:

    This is really good stuff Merv. As not every UKIP member reads (or even knows about) Kipper Central, would it be a good idea to email both of David Reardon’s posts to all members? Failing that, maybe you could just send members the links to the relevant pages on this site. In any event, and mindful of the political health warning, it would be promotional for both Reardon’s Facebook group and Kipper Central.

  2. forthurst says:

    “However, when the UK leaves the EU we will be able to use our own judgment to decide immigration criteria and quotas based solely on the economic needs of the UK”

    This in essence is why people outside UKIP simply don’t get it; we are a people not a multinational corporation. That being the case, just like the Japanese or any other country that has not been despoiled by malignant multiculturisers, we should manage on our own native talent and no one else. This means, for example, that those people who in the past have been responsible for deliberately constraining the availabilty of places in medical schools in order to create a need artificially to import doctors, need to have their behaviour criminalised.

    As we are a people not a multinational corporation, then the welfare of the people not the profits of business become paramount: this means that not GDP but GDP (PPP) per capita should be the economic criterion by which the prosperity of the nation is judged and we as a nation despite importing a million people every two years do not seem to increase our relatve rating. Quelle Surprise, non! All we have actually achieved by overpopulating our country is to quadruple the relative cost of housing, created chronic overcrowding in the South East and unremitting pressure on public services whilst increasing the current account deficit.


  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Again my Thanks to David Reardon for a well thought out observation, that even I can follow and understand.
    Back in the 1970s with the referendum on the Common Market, and the forked tongue lies from Ted Heath. Did we not have a Legal Industry, of Solicitors and Barristers ? How was it that an old, but in force law, was not used to stop any such action by Government ? Knowledge of the 1689 Bill of Rights, was (obviously) not known to me, but it should have been known to Legal Professionals. Maybe they did know about it and probably mentioned it in low tones. Their duty would have been to shout it out loud, but then if nobody was paying the hundreds of pounds per hour for their time, they probably thought better of it !
    So, David asks why did I vote Leave at the recent referendum ? I made my mind up, that if given the chance, I would correct my vote that I gave in the 70s, and I came to that decision in the 80s. As you can see, it did not take long for me to recognise my error. I am no historian, but I am entertained by it. Over the centuries, power was taken from the Crown, to the people, until power was owned by Parliament, and eventually all the people could vote for the Party of their choice. Power was indeed in the hands of the people, but our representatives had to seek our approval on a regular basis, and if too many mistakes were made by them, the people could get shot of them. A near perfect situation existed, with the Crown as Head of State, and permanent without power, but Parliament with the power but requiring the people’s consent every five years. (All we need now is PR instead of FPTP, for full on Democracy).
    The alternative to this excellent system of National administration, was handing everything over to The European Union. A vote is given for the EU Parliament, in EU inspired block areas. The big problem is that it is no Parliament at all, and the members of this gathering just vote on what the un-elected Commission wishes to give action to. This is in effect a nonsense, called a Parliament to keep people like me happy ! Well it doesn’t, and it is clear that our governance has taken a huge backward step. So David, that is the core reason for wanting out of the EU. There are many other reasons, but they are all noted in the media, and they have become very boring, so I leave it at that.

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