Watch Brexit: The Movie in full

Brexit The Movie

A crowdfunded new independent movie has been released online exposing how unaccountable Eurocrats have destroyed British democracy.

The feature-length film, which is the brainchild of documentary maker Martin Durkin, obliterates pro-EU myths and reveals how accountability across the continent has been eroded.

Speaking to the Daily Express website, ex-BBC producer Durkin said: “The EU is totally unaccountable and totally anti-democratic. The idea of ‘pooling sovereignty is just a lie.

“I want to spell out the choice before us – do we want to live under Europe-wide government a vast state machine which few of us understand run by people we don’t know, with the power to impose laws on us that we haven’t debated,

“I want to look at the dangers of tying our fate to countries drifting towards political extremism I want to show a side of the EU they don’t want us to see – the sprawling self-serving bureaucracy, the lack of accountability, the perks, the waste.”

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He also claimed his time working at BBC inspired him to turn the idea of making film into concrete action.

“Basically the BBC made me do it. The corporation still controls about 70 percent of news and current affairs in Britain, but to me it always felt like the propaganda arm of the EU.

“They are entirely sympathetic to the EU project and I knew I would never get the film made until I went it alone.” – Martin Durkin

The £100,000 needed to make the film was raised very quickly, with a £50,000 donation coming from one well-known hedge fund manager, dispelling the myth that the City of London is nervous of Brexit.

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Brexit: The Movie, which you can watch at the top of this page, mixes archive, animation and skits with interviews from commentators across the political spectrum, along with stories of those harmed by Britain’s membership of the EU.


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