And EU and EU and ba ba baa! Tough call for D Cameron. If we get the referendum, excellent. If it falls on people like me to decide then wahey! Using
the power of ATS I can be confused and concerned at the same time and know too little yet too much in an attempt to break "the system". That's not an
opportunity you get every day. But it's an important one.
And, watching the local elections recently made me realize - they're all mums and grandma's at local village halls, and some party campaigners.
Rigging a referendum would be pretty tough here. TV stations cover every location just about. So I wonder if during the referendum we'll see men in
black, increased security or other "red lights*" at the polling station. Just to get us this deal with the US
They would stand out like a sore
Probably not. "One world" has its benefits, and ultimately I'd like that to happen. Who wouldn't? If the whole world worked together...wow...what a
But the slimy, monetary undercurrent of everything (that many people here are well aware of and despise) makes me too wonder if the US Gov
"one world" direction is really any good.
I mean, for a start they can't even work with the rest of us on the UFO/aerial phenomena subject. The world is pretty united on that except the US
Gov. And if I put all the money, the referendums and Euro friends aside, it still comes back to that for me and that's what will be a strong factor in
my vote. It will never be about the money.
So they can effectively guarantee me to not vote for the EU if I get the chance not only because I want to see some improvement to our economy here,
but also because the US Gov still can't be honest about some very fundamental issues.
No trust on that subject doesn't help me trust their monetary "warnings". Yes we would miss out and yes there's enough questions about our own
Government whether they would snatch it up without asking/calling for a referendum... but still. UFO's = EU votes.
Anyway, like I said, interesting news! Sorry that my response went from subject to UFOs.
It's funny how this "warning" allows me to vent about an issue that it has nothing to do with exactly. But it's true for me. I have no idea what
reasons others have for yes/no to EU but I'd like to think us Brits would consider more than just the money.
I thought the global economy is only balanced when countries stick to their own currencies? No idea if that's fact or just something I picked up in a
movie or ATS thread. Just can't keep track these days...
* from the movie Red Lights, something like "things/people that shouldn't be there/are out of place, and could be orchestrating something behind the
scenes". Sigourney Weaver will tell you.
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