A new opinion poll shows that there has been a massive surge in support for the No side, which, if it holds till voting day would result in the Lisbon Treaty being heavily defeated by a margin of 59% NO vs. 41% YES.
In one of the largest polls of its kind ever carried out: Gael Poll polled 1,500 respondents in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Kilkenny, Galway, Athlone, Tralee, Dundalk and Letterkenny over the course of six days last week.
The respondents were asked one single question: How do you intend to vote in the Lisbon Treaty Referendum?
A substantial 723 (59 %) said they intended voting No as opposed to 502 (41%) who indicated that they would vote Yes. The survey also showed that 15% percent of voters were still undecided.
Been buried in lots of off-line time-consuming tasks over the
last couple of weeks -but this is great news to come back to!
The polling org mentioned above is the same which published
a poll in the Irish Sun (June 4th, 2008) which accurately predicted that
at the last vote the EU Treaty would be defeated by a margin of 54 %
for the No side versus 46% for Yes campaigners.
On the day of the count -which took place nine days later-
the actual result was 53.4% No and 46.6 % Yes.
The uncanny poll prediction which was out by only a half a percent
was the most accurate poll in the country.
At the time more established and heavily funded opinion polls were all over the place, and indicating that the Lisbon Treaty would be passed.
There is a massive propaganda campaign to try secure a Yes vote.
And if it looks to them like they will lose, they will escalate their
psywar games. Expect threats and dire warnings.
If the Irish have the testicles they will persist to a No vote.
Not realizing fully how deeply this will damage the whole NWO project.
A constitutional revolution:
Lisbon would be a constitutional revolution in the EU and its Member States. It would give Government Ministers and the Big EU States huge new powers, while taking power away from ordinary citizens across the EU, and from the National Parliaments they elect.
That is why only Ireland is being allowed a vote on it - because of its Constitution. Only the Irish can save democracy in the EU by refusing to allow themselves to be bullied or bamboozled into overturning their rejection of Lisbon last year - thereby holding open for the people of Britain and Northern Ireland the chance of voting No to Lisbon in a UK referendum under a Conservative administration.
Overturning the people's vote: The Lisbon Treaty is the EU State Constitution which French and Dutch voters rejected in their 2005 referendums in new legal form. Irish voters rejected it in last year's referendum by 53% to 47%. All genuine democrats, including Yes-side voters, should respect that vote. Respecting it would have meant Irish Taoiseach Brian Cowen and Foreign Minister Micheál Martin telling their EU partners that Ireland could not ratify Lisbon because the voters had rejected it, so that there was no point in their continuing to ratify it, as EU Treaties must be unanimous. Instead Messrs Cowen and Martin told the other EU Governments on the morning of the count to ignore their people's vote, to continue with ratifying Lisbon and that they would re-run the referendum on exactly the same Treaty, while pretending it has changed, so as to turn that No into a Yes.
Exactly the same Lisbon Treaty: Not a comma of the Lisbon Treaty would be changed for Lisbon Two. If Lisbon comes into force it will be interpreted by the EU Court of Justice and not on the basis of political declarations and promises by the EU Prime Ministers which the Irish Government is trying to make out are significant, but which do not change the Treaty and are not legally binding as part of EU law. As pro-Lisbon journalist James Downey wrote in the Irish Independent on 21 March: "The antis are right about one thing, if one thing only. Any guarantees we may get on their concerns will be irrelevant, or worthless, or both."
A UK Referendum: There is now a race in time between the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty, which would greatly increase the power of the Big States and the Brussels Commission in the EU, and the coming to office of a new Government in Britain before May next . Labour's Gordon Brown broke Tony Blair's promise to give the British people a referendum. David Cameron's policy is to hold a referendum on Lisbon in the UK and recommend a No vote to it to the British people - so long as Irish voters do not change their No vote of last year and thereby bring Lisbon and the new undemocratic EU it would create into being for all 27 EU States first.
Denying citizens a vote: France's President Sarkozy has admitted that if Lisbon were put to referendum in other EU countries their voters would reject it too. That is why the EU Prime Ministers decided to refuse referendums on it everywhere, although opinion polls show that people in most Member States want to decide themselves whether they should be put under an EU Constitution which would override their National Constitutions
Millions of Europeans support Ireland: By voting No, Ireland would still remain full members of the EU based on the existing Nice Treaty, but would reject the "Lisbon Constitution" as a step too far. Millions of Europeans who are being denied referendums on Lisbon by their Brussels-subservient politicians are hoping that the Irish will say No again for their sakes
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