3 short videos of Brexit joy... and Remainer pain

If ever you think you are alone in your views on Brexit, you are not

The demolition of Remain politicians, demolition of the EU, and demolition of Remain arguments

Today the Brexit Facts4EU.Org team gives readers a break from our normal output with three short videos to entertain or inform you. We have picked three entirely different productions from YouTube – each for different reasons.

We think that readers might enjoy them.

1. Two minutes of Brexit joy and Remainer misery

The first video is an excellent two-minute montage of clips of broken promises from a wide range of Remainer politicians. It features David Cameron, Facebook’s Nick Clegg, George Osborne, Lord Peter Mandelson, Sir John Major, Jeremy Corbyn, Sadiq Khan, Philip Hammond, Anna Soubry, Sir Keir Starmer, Hilary Benn, Chuka Ummuna, Justine Greening, John McDonnell, Sara Wollaston, Yvette Cooper, Phillip Lee, Heidi Allen, Theresa May, and Oliver Letwin.

2. German opposition leader makes powerful Brexit speech in German parliament

The second video features Dr Alice Weidel, German MdB (member of the German parliament, the Bundestag) and leader of the AfD party. The AfD is now the largest opposition party in the Bundestag, with 91 seats. In her powerful six minute speech – with English subtitles - Dr Weidel attacks the EU and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel for their attitudes towards the UK and Brexit.

Note: This is a different video from the one we brought you many months ago. Doubtless we will be attacked once again by Remainers for giving a platform to Dr Weidel. Our policy is simple: if it’s about Brexit we publish.

3. “And now for something completely different” – A Brexiteer lets rip on radio

The final video is completely different from the first two. It comes from an LBC current affairs talk show hosted by Ian Payne, the ITV News sports presenter. It features a caller who is a member of the public, identified as “Robert from Dulwich”. We think you might want to listen to what he has to say.

Robert from Dulwich, if you're reading this, we would love to talk to you.

Observations

With the incessant barrage of Remain voices in the broadcast media, some readers might be forgiven for occasionally feeling lonely in their views.

You are not alone.

For more than three years – since before the Referendum - we have brought readers a daily diet of well-researched factual articles from official EU and UK sources, seven days-a-week. This is a unique achievement. We now have a Brexit Index of over 1,100 articles on all aspects of Brexit, delving into the details to provide facts which back up what ordinary people sense.

Wherever possible we try to present an upbeat message in our ‘Observations’, but this has sometimes been difficult given the fact we have to expose the EU’s workings and the travesty of what the UK suffers. Sometimes those facts are hard to read but we think it’s so much better to base opinions on solid foundations.

Today we decided to bring you some light relief in the form of videos. We hope you enjoyed the show!

Note: We gratefully acknowledge the work of those who first published the videos on YouTube. You can find their details by clicking on the YouTube link in each video and can leave comments there. We also welcome your thoughts in our comment section below this piece, or by email using our contact form.

Finally, we hope we can persuade more readers to support us with a donation at this crucial time for Brexit. Easy and secure donation methods are below and we individually acknowledge every donation we receive. Thank you.

[ Sources: YouTube ] Politicians and journalists can contact us for details, as ever.

Brexit Facts4EU.Org, 07 Aug 2019

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