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    In 1952 the Secretary General of the European Movement set up a group for Elite support for European Union. The attendance list for the meeting in June 2015 that discussed European Strategy is shown below. Notice that Goldman Sachs chaired the meeting and is also the major donor for "Stronger in Europe". (click on thumbnails)

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    The polls on TSR all show that most of our fellow students support Cameron's cronies. Notice that the Head of the BBC Trust, the Economist and FT were all present. (BTW the Head of BBC was parachuted into post for this Referendum - she wasnt even on the official candidate list). Its good to know that our Media are going to be unbiased in the coming referendum.

    There are hundreds more corporates and corporate bosses signed up to the Group but they didn't attend that meeting. The Group is now a badge of having "made it" in the corporate underworld.

    Reference: http://www.bilderbergmeetings.org/participants.html
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    Quite a few students I knew supported Cameron, I mean I count myself amongst them, I was pretty moderate compared to a couple in my year though. One girl in my school was like friends with our MP and interned for him for example.

    It was generally split between Labour and Conservative and all the rest who were undecided were for the Greens.
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    Quite a few students I knew supported Cameron, I mean I count myself amongst them, I was pretty moderate compared to a couple in my year though. One girl in my school was like friends with our MP and interned for him for example.

    It was generally split between Labour and Conservative and all the rest who were undecided were for the Greens.
    I suppose Corporatism and regarding all poor people as chavs is the fashion at the moment. If they back Cameron in the EU Referendum they are handing power to the people on the lists above.
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    (Original post by newpersonage)
    I suppose Corporatism and regarding all poor people as chavs is the fashion at the moment. If they back Cameron in the EU Referendum they are handing power to the people on the lists above.
    I don't see what the first sentence has to do with anything.
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    I think most of my uni were conservative voters.

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    If their parents are in the 90th percentile in terms of wealth, yeah probably.


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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    I don't see what the first sentence has to do with anything.
    It has a lot to do with supporting Cameron and his cronies.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    I think most of my uni were conservative voters.

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    Yet they are the selfish sort of Tory. "Bugger the neighbours, I like the EU because it makes me seem holy".
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    (Original post by newpersonage)
    Yet they are the selfish sort of Tory. "Bugger the neighbours, I like the EU because it makes me seem holy".
    No, they like the EU because they were a majority of farmers.

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    I support them. Without Cameron by dad would not be earning 1.5k a week in the building trade.

    When buildings are being build the economy is usually doing okay.


    I just like how he tackles benefits etc whereas labour are like 'LETS GIVE BENEFITS PEOPLE 3098423409'
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    (Original post by urbanlocations)
    I support them. Without Cameron by dad would not be earning 1.5k a week in the building trade.

    When buildings are being build the economy is usually doing okay.


    I just like how he tackles benefits etc whereas labour are like 'LETS GIVE BENEFITS PEOPLE 3098423409'
    Not sure if serious...
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    And here was me expecting a meaningful debate post instead of a lot of bigotry.

    I think I over-estimated the Left.
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    (Original post by Inazuma)
    And here was me expecting a meaningful debate post instead of a lot of bigotry.

    I think I over-estimated the Left.
    You would expect some reconciliation of the pro-EU Tory dream of a corporate empire stretching from San Francisco to Donetsk and a pro-EU Socialist ideal of everyone marching as one with all diversity "educated" out of them.

    Either the pro-EU Tories are supporting what they would consider to be a nightmare or the pro-EU socialists are supporting an imaginary entity.
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    (Original post by newpersonage)
    You would expect some reconciliation of the pro-EU Tory dream of a corporate empire stretching from San Francisco to Donetsk and a pro-EU Socialist ideal of everyone marching as one with all diversity "educated" out of them.

    Either the pro-EU Tories are supporting what they would consider to be a nightmare or the pro-EU socialists are supporting an imaginary entity.
    I can't be bothered to reply to silly comments.
    You are exactly one of those people that makes me resent being associated with Brexiters.
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    Most students at mostly Russell Group Universities are right wing, especially the ones studying well respected degrees.
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    (Original post by Inazuma)
    I can't be bothered to reply to silly comments.
    You are exactly one of those people that makes me resent being associated with Brexiters.
    And you seem to be an agent provocateur, why not argue the pro-EU case instead of trying to irritate people?

    If you are anti-EU then explain what you think will happen to the EU after TTIP, given that there is an exceptionally strong, well organised, corporate pro-EU, pro-TTIP, pro-US lobby.
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    Students aren't one homogenous group. Some will, some won't.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    I think most of my uni were conservative voters.

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    Is thst the same place all the dead badger buggering goes down?
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    (Original post by knapdarloch)
    Is thst the same place all the dead badger buggering goes down?
    Yep.

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    (Original post by Buonaparte)
    Not sure if serious...
    Nope serious.
 
 
 
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