Interesting point raised by John Nicolson of the SNP - [42 sec].
John Nicolson raised an interesting point during a recent BBC Question Time debate [18/02/2016] regarding the validity of Cameron’s recent renegotiation with the European Union. Considering the EU not only can, but most probably will change the rules the first chance it gets you have to ask yourself ‘what Cameron’s feign at renegotiating our relationship with the EU was really about?’
This question may have been partly answered during an interview hosted by George Galloway during one of his recent Sputnik episodes where Farage having been asked...
What the rush to hold the referendum this June was all about?
...replied that one of the main reasons Cameron wished to hold the referendum so quickly, having evaded the issue for as long as he could was because as The Sunday Express and others believe, he fully expects that there will be a new wave of migrants entering Europe this summer.
Farage and Galloway, an unlikely alliance - [1 min 32 sec]
If he’s right and I believe he is, that tells me that Cameron is more concerned with forcing his agenda upon a people he was mandated to represent, than allow us to make an informed decision based on facts. I don’t care one bit if people think I’m conspiratorial in my thinking, because history as well as the Holy Text are on my side.
Quote - Whenever they [the public] are fully informed! - [5 min 24 sec]
Remember, it is commonly accepted that it was JFK’s refusal to comply to those ‘higher powers’ that got him shot. Again, I have to say that it never ceases to amaze me at the naivety of a populace that is more concerned with the latest plot in a soap, than the construct of a World Order that shall certainly relieve them of their liberty, and in time something vastly more important than that.
And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.