“Stay Out!” Angry Brits Don’t Want Obama Speaking in UK Parliament

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The Brits are fighting over whether they stay in the EU.  This has been boiling for a while and a vote is getting close.

It looks like Obama may meddle.  Let’s be honest – what DOESN’T this guy get his nose in the middle of which doesn’t concern him?

Whether it’s local or across the water, Obama is king and he doesn’t mind acting like it..

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A lot of Brits aren’t happy about that, but you can bet the hard core EU supporters are cheering him on.

Angry Britons have launched a petition calling for U.S. President Barack Obama to be prevented from speaking in the UK parliament on Britain’s forthcoming referendum on European Union (EU) membership.

The petition on the Parliament website, which has so far been signed by over 14,000 people at the time of this writing, calls on ministers and MPs to stop Mr Obama using parliament as a platform to tell Britain to stay in the European Union.

The petition only needed to reach 10,000 signatures and the government will be obliged to issue an official response, and if over 100,000 sign it will be considered for debate in parliament.

The bottom line with this vote is that if England leaves the European Union, the EU will be effectively dead. That will put hundreds of thousands of unemployable bureaucrats out of work all over Europe. It also has the potential to save a number of individual countries in Europe from turning into Greece over the next decade.

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Obama and his fellow socialists during the U.S. desperately want the Brits to remain in the European Union. John Kerry was running his mouth on the subject earlier this week.

This Friday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said America had a “profound interest” in a “strong UK staying inside a strong European Union”.

U. S. socialists can’t stand the idea of another prominent socialist failure as they’re trying desperately to destroy the U. S. we wish freedom loving Brits all the best in their campaign to keep Obama out of Britain. We sincerely wish we’d kept them out of the U. S. when we had the chance.

Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg said: “The intervention of patronising foreign potentates such as Kerry… can only help the Leave campaign.

“They speak to their national interest not ours so will antagonise the freedom loving British voter.”

Fellow Conservative John Redwood added: “Most British people will feel this is a debate for us and it’s unusual for a foreign country to wish to intervene… I don’t know what he means by it. I don’t suppose he’s thought it through at all.

“If the United States was about to enter a union with Mexico, Cuba and Canada on a similar basis to the European Union then maybe they would have some moral authority to tell us to do the same with Eastern Europe and Italy.”

 

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