mardi 17 mai 2016

UK : Brexit, "le seul moyen sûr de ne plus être traités comme une république bananière est de voter pour"

F17051617:50 - "Le seul moyen sûr de reprendre le contrôle de nos frontières, de notre démocratie et de ne plus être traités comme une république bananière est de voter pour quitter l'UE le 23 Juin " a déclaré l'ancien maire de Londres Boris Johnson cité par Sputnik comme en écho aux propos de Trump reprochant aux leaders britanniques d'êtres des carpettes face à Washington.

Avec la probable arrivée de Trump à la Maison Blanche, l'évolution de la situation géopolitique mondiale évolue à une vitesse fulgurante et les enjeux deviennent de plus en plus clairs et nets en faveur de la "sensibilité populaire" et du "sens commun".
UK Politician Boris Johnson Slams 'Loch Ness Monster' Brexit Claims

Sputnik international, le 17 Mai 2016

Titre et inter-titres E Gaillot pour €calypse News, le 17 Mai 2016

les preuves de l'existence du monstre du Loch Ness sont nettement plus convaincantes que les prévisions du Trésor
Heavyweight lawmaker and former London Mayor Boris Johnson has said "the evidence for the Loch Ness Monster is considerably better than Treasury forecasts," in the latest tit-for-tat financial Armageddon claims over the danger of the UK leaving the EU.

As the date for the In-Out referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU – on June 23 – looms, Johnson is stepping up his campaign to lead the UK out of Europe. During a visit to Nottingham, he told reporters:

"It's bit rich from those who said World War Three will break out if we leave the European Union and the economy will fall off a cliff. I'm concerned there is now so much talking down of the UK that it's positively counter-productive. It's ludicrous. The evidence for the Loch Ness Monster is considerably better than Treasury forecasts."

There have been conflicting forecasts of the effects of a Brexit, with the UK Chancellor George Osborne warning that within fifteen years of leaving the Single Market, Britain would suffer from at least US$290 billion (£200bn) less trade every year in today’s terms, and would miss out on at least £200 billion of overseas investment.

Osborne said: "A vote to Leave the EU would be a one-way ticket to make Britain poorer and hurt working people. We’ve already heard the economic case from the likes of the Bank of England, the IMF, and even the President of the United States; all of our allies and trading partners are in agreement.
L'argument économique est hors de doute - ce n'est pas un complot; on appelle ça un consensus. Notre message est clair: la Grande-Bretagne sera plus forte, plus sûre et mieux dans une UE réformée 
The economic argument is beyond doubt — it’s not a conspiracy; it’s called a consensus. Our message is clear: Britain will be stronger, safer and better off in a reformed EU."

Johnson hit out after media claims that UK Prime Minister David Cameron and Osborne were persuading leading international figures and business leaders to issue dire warnings over the cost to the economy of a Brexit, during negotiations on reforms on the UK's membership of the EU.

Many business chiefs have joined, the International Monetary Fund and US President Obama of the dangers of leading the EU.
Nous passons pour une république bananière
"This is the biggest stitch up since the Bayeux Tapestry. It stinks to high heaven. FTSE 100 chiefs are seeing their pay packets soar while uncontrolled immigration is forcing down wages for British workers. It makes us look like a banana republic," Johnson said in a statement.
Le seul moyen sûr de reprendre le contrôle de nos frontières et de notre démocratie est de voter pour quitter l'UE le 23 Juin "
"And it is also now beyond doubt that the so-called renegotiation was a fiction designed to bamboozle the public. It was a meaningless mime, a ritual, a kabuki drama in which the outcome was utterly preordained. This is not the far-reaching and fundamental reform we were promised. The only safe way to take back control of our borders and our democracy is to Vote Leave on June 23," he said.

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