PROJECT FEAR GOES MAD: Government Warns Of ‘No Clean Water’ After Brexit

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A government report, dubbed ‘Operation Yellowhammer‘, has suggested that the UK may run out of clean water after a no deal Brexit, marking a new extreme for the remain campaign’s project fear.

From threats of World War 3 and the punishment budget that never happened, remainers have been very keen throughout the Brexit debate to spread as much rubbish as possible, but the latest threat of ‘no clean water’ is perhaps the most absurd yet!

According to the Mail on Sunday, Whitehall disaster planners have predicted that a no deal Brexit could result in vital water-cleaning chemicals being caught up in weeks of ‘border chaos’, meaning Britain would have no clean water for this time.

The report was allegedly one of the key factors in Michael Gove’s decision to back Theresa May’s Brexit deal, after he was told that the crucial chemicals are set to arrive “just in time” for Britain’s departure from the EU, meaning any complications could leave Britain without any clean water.

The Chairman of UKIP’s Young Wing Young Independence, Nathan Ryding, told Kipper Central that the report is a perfect example of why the public are “losing faith in the mainstream media”.

If the apocalyptic claims were true, the government would be forced to close down a number of schools, offices and other public institutions while the situation is resolved.

Admitting the idiocy of the reports, a Whitehall source is reported to have told the Mail: ‘This is Project Fear on steroids but it has worked on the Cabinet.’

Along with Gove, Cabinet Minister Matt Hancock, who was recently appointed as Theresa May’s new Health Secretary, told government Ministers that he ‘could not guarantee that people would not die’ as a result of the claimed clean water shortages.

Nathan Ryding told Kipper Central: “It is becoming painfully obvious now that the media, as well as the government, are trying to scare the British public away from a no-deal Brexit, despite it being a far better option than the current deal brought to us by the remainer herself, Theresa May.

“It is literally no surprise that the British public are losing faith in the mainstream media and the fake news they publish.”

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Reece Coombes

As a 16-year-old member of UKIP with a cardboard Nigel Farage cut-out in his bedroom, Reece is hardly your bog-standard student, but he cherishes his independent thinking as his greatest strength. Reece is the founder and owner of Kipper Central, a UKIP community blog with thousands of daily hits and is also the Deputy Chairman of Young Independence, UKIP's youth wing, where he works hard to promote Brexit and radical thinking to young people across Britain.

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7 Responses

  1. John says:

    Operation scaremonger, what a pile of dog crap…..

  2. Stanley Cutts says:

    I have never heard such utter horse shit in all my born days. Does this remoaning bunch of wasters think we’re all totally insane???

  3. uklcr says:

    This could lead to WW – David Cameron. Well is the news flash for Cameron and all other political elites.

    WW3 has started. Not the shooting kind but a very modern information – winning hearts and minds cold war about hot topics kind.

    The EU have declared war on the UK. In this darkest hour comes the fight back.

    Prepare for a bit of Dunkirk – it must happen before victory.

  4. David Soutter says:

    The Article would have made more sense if it identified what the real fault with the ‘news item’ was . The chemicals that are needed, can they be purchased in the UK ? for that matter given the quantities needed can they or rather should they be made here regardless of Brexit. We had a similar problem 36 years ago pre EU when an EC member refused to sell us bullets for guns bought from them as they might be used in the Falklands War. Belgium produced the NATO standard rifle which at the time the British Army used but then they refused the request to purchase ammunition during the Falklands War. YaBoo sucks is OK but to have an ability to strike home with people we need to reach an ability to expand on what is a very dangerous suggestion made by a UK government minister is vital !

  5. StuartJ says:

    Ah, Michael Gove, using the flimsiest of excuses to justify his ‘decision’ to back May’s awful deal. One by one, the ‘opposing’ voices in the Tory party are falling in line, and reverting back to their previous ‘roles’.

    Do we, or can we, not produce these ‘vital water-cleaning’ chemicals in our own country? If not, then what do all our chemical production facilities here in the UK actually produce?

    In the event of “no-deal”, trade will not immediately grind to a halt, as so many people keep claiming. There will only be “border chaos” if certain people want that to happen.

  6. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Indeed, if we were to leave, it would be followed by WW3 and the death of the first born at least ! I simply cannot think how adults with the vote can spend time considering this drivel. I have just spent a few days with a top financial advisor, and number one Clearing Bank Director. The comments made about the views of the Canadian Director of the Bank of England, don’t bear repeating, other than to say that Mark Carney would do well to attend to his job, rather than mix it with nonsense of a spurious opinion, and political bias !

  7. Love Liberty says:

    Doing a superficial search on water treatment chemistry, most of the chemicals used look commonplace:

    Two minerals, lime (Ca(OH)2) and soda ash (Na2CO3), are typically used to soften public water supplies.
    To remove Fe2+ and Mn2+ from water uses molecular oxygen (O2) or another oxidant such as potassium permanganate (KMnO4)
    Powdered activated carbon (PAC), a finely ground charcoal, is used to remove some pollutants
    Chlorine (Cl2) is a major disinfectant that is cheap and kills most of the serious disease-causing bacteria in the water. but other chemicals called Chloramines are safer and more expensive

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