Top Brexit activist gives incendiary warning – ‘For peace we have to get ...

THE EUROPEAN UNION needs to collapse to ensure "unity and peace in Europe" according to a provocative warning from one of Britain's leading Brexit activists.

PUBLISHED: 02:08, Sun, Sep 13, 2020 | UPDATED: 02:08, Sun, Sep 13, 2020

The claim was made by Mahyar Tousi, a pro-Brexit and conservative YouTube star with over 180,000 subscribers on the platform. Britain voted to leave the EU in June 2016 but didn’t formally exit the bloc until January of this year.

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Currently the Government is engaged in deadlocked talks with Brussels in a bid to agree a new trade deal for when the Brexit transition period finishes.

Mr Tousi, who began making political videos a little over two years ago, argued Brexiteers should try and encourage more countries to leave the EU.

Speaking to he said: “I want a Brexit for every country in Europe.

“For the sake of unity and peace in Europe we have to get rid of the EU.

Brexit"I want a Brexit for every country in Europe" (Image: EXPRESS/GETTY)

BrexitEU chief negotiator Michel Barnier in London on Thursday (Image: GETTY)

“The EU keeps talking about Europe so if you oppose the EU you’re against Europe but it’s not true.

“When they have this free market which is not really free trade they say if you oppose it you don’t like free trade.

“It’s absolutely the other way around. Their free trade market is not free trade its protectionist.

“We have to hope one day all European countries leave this bloc and instead create a free trade zone.”

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BrexitAnti-Brexit protesters behind Michel Barnier in London (Image: GETTY)


Mr Tousi, who was born in Iran, began making videos about politics after being banned from re-entering his country of birth by the Iranian government.

His channel exploded in popularity after he began making videos criticising Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal at the end of 2018.

This agreement was subsequently rejected multiple times by the House of Commons eventually

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