When looking at conflicts throughout history you can see a pattern of behaviour that was common to retreating armies.
They would burn anything of use, partly to deny anything of use to their enemy and partly to punish those who watched them flee in ignoble fashion. They would also, as a matter of course, throw dead bodies and waste matter into the water supply to deny those who are chasing them away access to that which is essential for survival. It is known as poisoning the well.
With the increase in support for those who argue Britain should leave the EU, we are witnessing the Europlastics performing the political equivalent of poisoning the well as they retreat. Instead of throwing dead bodies and filth into the well, they are throwing the toxic, fairytale ‘option’ of renegotiating the terms of EU membership into the debate to poison it. This is the way in which they will perpetrate their next great con on the British public, by persuading them to vote for an impossible option, thus ensuring that the debate is killed stone dead and Britain stays firmly inside the corrupt and anti democratic EU.
Renegotiation is not an option. It is not permissible. Its very presence in the debate is a deliberate and cynical deception. It is the poison in the well.
The Europlastics and their useful idiots in the media are focusing all their energies and column inches on renegotiation being what the majority of voters really want, not withdrawal. For the EEC referendum deception in 1975 read the national referendum on EU membership debate in 2011. The public was conned about the EEC being nothing more than a free trade area then; the public is being conned that renegotiation of EU membership can be conducted now.
How many voters would say in polls that they want renegotiation if they understood that it is an impossibility? Renegotiation is a myth and when viewed in its proper context it appears in lists such as this:
- Father Christmas
- Easter Bunny
- Renegotiation of EU membership
- The Tooth Fairy
Lies characterised the pro-EEC argument in 1975, and they resulted in the situation in which we find ourselves today. Lies are characterising the renegotiation argument today, and if allowed to continue they will result in Britain being permanently bound as a province of the European Union.
It is time to defend the well and counter the Europlastic lies.