Guest Post by a Remainiac

Leaving the EU would be a disaster. If we voted to leave the EU then the day after,  we’ll be attacked by swarms of killer bees, this will be followed by two days of darkness, then the tadpoles shall come out of the water and we will be overrun by frogs. On day five all the first born will die. Six days after, world war three will start and the Germans are preparing to go through the Ardennes at this very moment. The turmoil caused by Brexit will be unbearable. crops will fail, the French farmers  will refuse to sell their produce to us and  will block roads with their tractors if we try and buy anything from them. German car manufacturers will refuse to sell cars to us and all the German workers being laid off as a result will support the action.Then a comet shall hit London.  These events shall be known as the third catastrophe. The first catastrophe being the comet that wiped out the dinosaurs and the second catastrophe being the destruction of Alderon by the Death Star. Then a voice shall come from Heaven  saying “It has fallen, Britain the Great has fallen, who wanted to drink the wine of freedom and democracy, which brings wrath.” The voice shall continue “It has fallen, Britain the Great has fallen! She has become a dwelling for demons, a haunt for every unclean spirit, a haunt for every unclean bird, and a haunt for every unclean and despicable beast.” For it is written “When you see the abomination of Brexit that is written of in the book of Daniel., you will know the end is near.

But if we vote to remain in the EU we will have cheap air fares, mobile rates and free car parks They’ll be  lots of lovely goodies for you. Lollipops, cherry pie, cream tarts, ice cream,  treacle tart, all free today. Come along my little dears, my little mice.

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1 Response to Guest Post by a Remainiac

  1. George Warren says:

    I would never have thought I would have agreed with anything that Nicola Sturgeon says, but on this she is correct – the exaggerated claims from the Remain camp are too ridiculous to be credible.

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