You would expect Brexit Central to be pro-Brexit, which of course means being against open borders and against open slather mass migration – we needn’t start on the employment and housing implications of that, let alone the welfare burden.
But Jonathan Isaby, ex-TPA, on BeLeave, wrote:
Instead of bleak scaremongering about immigration, most notoriously Nigel Farage’s “Breaking Point” poster, their adverts were pro-migration, feminist and witty.”
That is not pro-Brexit at all, it is pro open borders and therefore anti-Brexit, not to mention divisive to the movement to achieve Brexit which I for one have been part of since 2003. Interesting that one of these “BeLeavers” has gone on to be one of May’s team.
I’ve recently posted a series of scathing attacks on the Electoral Commission and Remoaners so this is certainly not supporting the EC’s fine – that fine is outrageous and part of an ongoing anti–leave campaign – but nor will I pay a penny to pro open borderers and feminists.
This Isaby is well out of order and doing a Carswell.