Breitbart Editor in Chief Raheem Kassam gave an impassioned speech to young Eurosceptics urging them to call out cheating by the Remain campaign, and to talk to people about the referendum — ““We need to be energised, knock on doors and get out there and have those conversations with people. No conversation is not worth having at this point.”
Speaking at the “Young People for Brexit” movie premiere and rally, Breitbart London Editor in Chief Raheem Kassam addressed young Eurosceptic campaigners at the youth conference for Brexit hosted by Universities for Britain.
Delivering an impassioned and energising speech, he called out the cheating perpetrated and the lies told by the establishment in the Remain camp:
“They have cheated not just in this country, but all over the continent…We have to be on our toes. If you see something that doesn’t look right, if you see something that looks dodgy or suspect you have to tell people…You have to get the message out there that something is not quite right.”
He also advised young people to talk to voters about who is supporting and bankrolling the Remain campaign:
“And look at who is funding this thing. JP Morgan. Goldman Sachs. The big banks that crashed our economy. Who do not give one sh*t about our democracy. Who do not care about worker’s rights. Who do not care if this country flourishes or not, because if it doesn’t they’ll up sticks and go somewhere else. They do not care about Britain. This is who is behind this campaign and you make sure you tell every single person that.
He warned that they have to make it clear to voters that a vote to Remain is a vote to Remain ‘not for right now’, but forever:
“And [when Remain campaigners] say ‘if it doesn’t work out, we can have another referendum in 10 years’, we can’t.
“If the establishment classes win, that is it. The question has been settled. The question over European Union membership has been settled. The question over TTIP has been settled. The question over mass migration has been settled. And we are not going to get another chance. This is the chance. This is the moment.”
It is “this moment” that Kassam asks the audience to seize, and engage with the public:
“We need to be energised, knock on doors and get out there and have those conversations with people. No conversation is not worth having at this point.
“This is the chance. Everyone talks about change at general elections – but there is no change…We need to be talking about change. This is our only chance to stop this, and make a real change.