This video from Britain says about itself:
THE “BLAIR RICH” PROJECT
6 July 2016
By Zoe Streatfield in Britain:
Blair demands rerun of vote on EU
Saturday 29th October 2016
Speaking on Radio 4’s Today programme, Mr Blair claimed there was “absolutely no reason why we should close off any options.”
While he acknowledged that Britain had voted to leave the EU, he added a caveat, saying: “You can’t change this decision, unless it becomes clear … that the British people have had a change of mind because they have seen the reality of the alternative.”
This is correct about Ireland. But incorrect about the Netherlands. Dutch voters (like French voters) voted overwhelmingly against the proposed European Union constitution. Then, there was no second referendum. The European Union then produced the Lisbon treaty, basically very similar to the rejected constitution, except for leaving out the European flag and the European anthem.
He said the public had voted to leave the EU without knowing the “precise terms of our new relationship with Europe,” adding: “Once we get clarity on that, then we can decide between two alternatives, and not simply decide what we don’t like about Europe.”
Writing in the New European newspaper, Mr Blair said: “The issue is not whether we ignore the will of the people, but whether, as information becomes available and facts take the place of claims, the ‘will’ of the people shifts.”
However Lexit convenor Alex Gordon hit back at Mr Blair’s comments.
“He is the perfect spokesperson for the Remainers because he embodies total contempt for democracy, with total subservience to the biggest corporate elements of corporate capitalism and imperialism.
He warned that there was no room on the left to oppose the democratic decision of British people, and that those who stand against Brexit will end up siding with figures such as Mr Blair.
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