posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 08:51 AM
a reply to: anxiouswens
As I thought Boris wanted us in, I don't see how anyone could even consider him leading the 'out' campaign?
I do know that if we vote to stay in we will never get out again. I also don't see because of the huge differences between the nation states and
their economies that it will ever, ever work - only a dictatorship could run this ungainly and burdensome huge clump of land, and I don't want
I also don''t want Scotland dictating to me about what happens in England and despair that they didn't leave the UK when they had the chance.
i am reminded of something patronising about immigration that Angela Merkel said to Briton which was "You are a victim of your own success" and now
the tables are changed she isn't s'n-word'ing so much either. I don't see the direction that the EU is going in is going to lead to peace,
prosperity or anything to look forward to. So far our poverty levels are impacting nearly everyone and middle management is being virtually
decimated. If we left I suspect wages would start to rise without the restrictions imposed on our industry etc or the wastage of the huge sums of
money the government has to send to Brussels.
I do see England going it alone and our rediscovering our ingenuity and we could do an awful lot with the 10 billion a year it costs us to be in the
EU. I find it quite disgusting the bribery biscuits of grants we get back from Brussels and they seem to go mostly to big business and the wealthy
anyway. No one is going to ignore the British markets for their goods and they will always want our innovative inventions etc.