EU Referendum: The scaremongers are gathering

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Only a couple of weeks ago, the government was pleased to announce that there were record numbers of workers in employment, here in the UK. The politicians pointed to their successful economic policies, a growth in trade, and increased opportunities in the service sector. Everyone from the Chancellor to the lowest junior minister, took any opportunity to appear on TV, making a soundbite about the success of the Conservative administration.

Today’s news, after only a matter of days, is very different. It would seem that employment figures are falling rapidly, and that there are less people in employment today, rather than more. What can be the reason for this catastrophic reversal, during the same month? According to the pundits and ‘spokesmen’, it is fear of Britain voting to leave the EU. Employers are refusing to take on new staff, as they are terrified of what will happen to their companies…

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2 Responses to EU Referendum: The scaremongers are gathering

  1. beetleypete says:

    Thanks for the re-blog. Much appreciated.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Prole Center says:

      No problem, thanks for writing this piece. The final sentence of the article is spot on and a good maxim to follow in most every scenario when dealing with the bourgeois ruling classes:

      “If they are all so worried about us voting to get out of Europe, that leaves me with one firm conclusion. We should definitely do just that.”

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