The move came after many Government departments begun using the word as an argument ending tool and thus diluting its impact for the Brexit campaign.
The Department of Education recently explained that the teaching unions have been “scaremongering” over teacher shortages. Jeremy Hunt warned us that the BMA has been “scaremongering” over the junior doctor’s contracts.
Becky Mothclot, a representative for the “Better off Out” campaign told The Druid’s Loom “The over use of this word is beginning to have a negative effect on our efforts to persuade voters, that our tiny island will have a bigger impact on the world stage than a united Europe.”
Ms Mothclot continued, “Scaremongering is a brilliant word to use when faced with an argument that is impossible to win. Just try me… go on; give me a few sensible reasons to stay in Europe…”
Ms Mothclot concluded, “See, once I say ‘scaremongering’ you have no where to go. Plus it has the word scare in it. That makes you sound like a bit of a bastard; and me sound all nice for standing up to a bastard.”
Since the word has been copyrighted it has been used in the Daily Mail at least 18 times with reference to leaving Europe; 6 of those references appearing on one piece of shit written by Richard Littlejohn.
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