In the Matrix film, it depicts a dystopian future in which reality as perceived by most humans is actually a simulated reality called “the Matrix”, created by sentient machines to subdue the human population, while their bodies’ heat and electrical activity are used as an energy source.

In the “Matrix” the main character, Neo, is approached by Morpheus who tells him everything he has ever seen or heard is not real and in order for him to know the truth about his world, he has to swallow the red pill in his right hand… or if he wishes to resume the illusion take the blue pill in his left hand.

“You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes”

The red pill and its opposite, the blue pill, representing the choice between embracing the sometimes painful truth of reality of what LibLabCon politicians have done (red) and the blissful ignorance of an illusion painted by the LibLabCon party(blue) . UKIP would play the part of Morpheus.

Our politicians have created a similar illusion in respect to the EU that life does not exist outside “wonderland”. How many when voting, in a General Election or in a referendum on EU membership, will choose to be blissfully ignorant and take the blue pill, and continue voting for the pro-EU LibLabCon party, staying in?

We are told by the LibLabCon political elite that rescinding our membership with the European Union (EU) would be economic suicide. They paint a picture of a disaster ranking alongside the status of Switzerland (one of the richest countries on the planet) that life outside the EU would instantly mean 3 million job losses, we will all be cursed and our children will have pox for the next three generations, but they fail to mention the many benefits of independence:

  • That the EU needs us more than we need them to trade.
  • Inside the EU the UK has now slipped to be 9th largest economy on the planet. Outside we have a fighting chance to improve.
  • We get a government able to pass all our own laws and follow policies they are elected on.
  • Democracy returned, self-determination, self-governance.
  • The ability to control our borders, stem the flow of immigration to more manageable levels (by choosing who we allow to stay and work here).
  • Reduced costs and much fewer regulations
  • Not least sovereignty restored.

They are trying to cast an illusion that no independent sovereign countries can exist outside the EU away from their own “gravy train”, but this economic illusion is shrinking year in, year out. Our ability to compete is being hampered by-over regulation and additional climate change taxes and regulations closing down what heavy industry is left with a bleak future of blackouts. What little influence and democratic accountability that exists is not worth sacrificing what millions lost their lives for in two world wars. Our future is outside the EU. They always miss the fact that at least 168 sovereign independent countries outside the EU do very well, many in the Commonwealth of countries, trading via the World Trade Organisation and World Customs Organisation.

Many of these countries came to our assistance in both world wars, willingly being natural allies. We have many friends outside in the real world. Our influence on the global stage as a trading nation was astonishing and it could be again.

Many ordinary people just want to get on with their lives though and like in the Matrix Film are happy to go along with that illusion to continue regardless, trusting the people that run the country, in the belief that establishment politicians must know best for the country… right?

Well, we trusted LibLabCon politicians like Edward Heath PM and Harold Wilson PM, that the Common Market was just a trade agreement. It was a bit more than that wasn’t it? They knew what was on the table all the time but still they offered up this country like a lamb to the slaughter-house.

When we did find out what the deal was, a succession of LibLabCon politicians continued the deception and kept us in it, against our will and made it impossible, whoever you voted for, to come out. They literally mean it, when they say “we are in it together”. Like a cabal.

We need to show the electorate real alternatives to the EU. Offer up that red pill, make them aware of the treachery they have pulled on everyone and show them what UKIP policies are, before they swallow the blue pill of a dystopian nightmare.16

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