They're trying to say some of the stuff published in favour of leaving the E.E.C. is creating hate which of course anyone with a functioning brain can see, is nonsense.
I would have thought quite the opposite and drawn a totally different conclusion.
The fact that the wealthy, liberal political elite won't even talk about immigration let alone do anything about it, is leading some people to become angry.
And people who are angry and feel they are not being listened to, as we are constantly being told visa-v Isis for example, join extremist groups that are sympathetic to them.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction; people who are angry are easily led and will find a release for that anger.
What they're trying to say between the lines is that anyone who is against unlimited, mass immigration and wants to leave the E.E.E. political project is a racist and are trying to associate hate with the people campaigning to leave.
Subsequent to all of this, what better time to maximize effect of another Tory 'yes man' to stage a 'defection' to the 'remain campaign', under the banner of 'racism', obviously.
Apparently, none less than a rather grandiose sounding Baroness Warsi has, like Dr. Sarah Wollaston, seemingly decided to change her mind about a fundamental issue affecting this country, simply because of what she thinks about the way a campaign is being conducted.
That is, as opposed to simply voting on how and what she actually thinks about the issues in question, with regard to the E.E.C.
Of course, there is a clue in the title that she is bought and paid for. (See Blog, Party political ‘yes men’ 7.2.16)
I haven't even seen her on T.V. for the last few months, never mind being associated with any group campaigning to leave; it doesn't really stack up and like we said before about Dr. Wollaston (see Blog, It's a fix. Officially 9/6/16), it's at best feeble and worst, a bit bizarre to say the least.
Either these 'yes men' have been planted in order to do this which I have to say, is a brilliant piece of subterfuge, or they (Warsi and Wollaston) haven't actually realized that the referendum is about membership of the E.E.C. and not about how you perceive a campaign group is conducting itself, or about casting a vote to give a verdict on that.
I know which explanation I believe.