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TomWinnifrith.com comes out for Remain and against Brexit - Don't say its true: help me comrades

Tom Winnifrith
Wednesday 15 June 2016

Apparently this website which is four years old this week, TomWinnifrith.com is plastered with adverts for the Remain Camp in the Brexit debate. It seems that on this website you cannot avoid the tax exile Sir Richard Branson and his ghastly lies. A reader asks if I have changed sides? Oh no, major Tom, don't say its true...

Euroscepticism is in my DNA. Chris Booker is my maternal uncle, my paternal grandfather Sir John Winnifrith was a "leave" spokesman in 1975 but as I explain HERE I have already voted for Brexit with my head as well as my heart.

Google serves up adverts on this site based on what is written here. I write a lot about Brexit so there are stacks of adverts from those bankrolled by Goldman Sachs, the CBI et al who have money to burn and a view to push.... that is to say Remain. If I wrote about how to fiddle your welfare benefits google would in the same way serve up adverts aimed at people living in Liverpool. You get how it works, right?

Now every time that you dear reader, who I assume is smart enough to be a Eurosceptic, hits on an advert from Remain two things happen. I earn a few pence for the ouzo fund and Project Fear spends a few pence of Goldman's blood money. Both events are ones that should make you happy.

And so every time you see Sir Richard Branson smiling at you on this site or another ad for "Remain" do the decent thing and hit that advert as many times as you can. Click on the tax dodger Branson's smug face and think of how my ouzo fund grows and how at last some of the money Goldman Sachs screwed from Greece cooking its books so it could enter the Euro, is finding its way back to the Hellenic Republic and a good cause.

Comrades: do it for Greece, do it for Brexit, start hitting those Remain adverts as often as you can bear.

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Tom Winnifrith is the editor of TomWinnifrith.com. When he is not harvesting olives in Greece, he is (planning to) raise goats in Wales.
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