posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 08:33 PM
Huh, the EU will continue to eat away at British sovereignty and our rights that successive governments have willingly betrayed by signing away.
It is true that UKIP seems like the best bet for reclaiming UK independence and reasserting our sovereignty. It is also true that the EU has achieved
what Hitler failed to achieve, without firing a single bullet.
However, the effects have been equally traumatic for the British people: loss of our right to make and enforce our own laws; the loss of the right to
be final judge in legal matters; severe impingement on UK right to have an independent foreign policy; loss of control over our own borders and
immigration policy; continued and concerted attacks from the EU upon our own principals of democracy, legal rights, financial regulation, trade
decisions, and everything that suggests anything great or traditional about the UK.
The possible referendum on UK membership of the EU, I suggest, is nothing but a red herring designed to serve short-term populist aims of the
Conservative Party. None of the main parties (Conservatives included) will stand-up to the EU if trade treaties are threatened. UKIP is an unknown...
even if they ever got elected, and if they ever became government would they break those UK-EU trade treaties? Something tells me that no, they would
not. Thus we would still be hung by our own petard as the rich and corrupt chase the riches offered by betraying their own land.
13-3-2013 by Blister because: (no reason given)