Project Fear is targeted at the anxious, it is in the name. Portraying the opponent's opinions as an absolute catastrophe is a peculiarity of the European Movement, the organisation that runs Remain, they used this technique in the Irish Referendums and are using it to attempt to reverse the EU Referendum in the UK.What effect is it having on people? A Mood of the Nation Report by Britain Thinks shows that the European Movement tactics are having a serious effect on their Remain voter base. People who are not unduly anxious in their everyday life are likely to spot that the Project Fear about No Deal is just a replay of the separate Project Fear three and a half years ago before the Referendum . The pre-Referendum Project Fear was about uncertainty causing disaster in 2017 and the
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What effect is it having on people? A Mood of the Nation Report by Britain Thinks shows that the European Movement tactics are having a serious effect on their Remain voter base.Project Fear has always, objectively, been nonsense. The recent failure of EU economies makes it even more obvious that the EU will not benefit the UK.
Project Fear politics is designed to sweep up the anxious into a cause. The first round of Project Fear before the Referendum separated the anxious into the Remain vote and now they are being pummelled by the Remain media perhaps, for some, into mental illness. The idea that the campaign by Remain to reverse Brexit is causing mental illness was supported by 64% of the population.
The President of the European Movement, Lord Heseltine, summed up their ruthless attitude to British Independence:
It is also interesting that hardly any Remain supporters realise that their campaign is run by the European Movement. It makes you shudder when you understand the implications of the entire broadcast media suppressing the identity of the organisation that runs Remain.