Germany would be prepared to accept that Britain will have to leave the European Union if David Cameron insists on restricting the number of immigrants from the bloc who can live and work in the UK.
When the last word on British immigration policy rests with the German Chancellor rather than the British Prime Minister you know it is time to get out.
The only deceit is that of British politicians who have lied to us for years about the nature of this organisation and continue to try and do so. You are either In or out.
You appease the Germans or you listen to the voters, for us there is no middle ground left here as we’ve been conned and lied to too often, we elect you to represent us and you’d do well to remember that with only 6 months before a general election, we do have alternatives for who we give our vote to, call our bluff at your own demise Cameron.
Unfortunately for the Tories, Cameron’s mixed signals will merely antagonise both his mates in the EU and the British electorate.
Undermining British people’s belief that they can survive as an independent country is one of the key strategies of the EU’s local agents, the liblabcon party, to keep us in.
It is lunatic to suggest that the 5th or 6th biggest economy in the world cannot survive without being chained to the crumbling failure that is the EU!
The smart voters know that Cameron is just a verbal poser, all words and no action, and so take anything he says with a healthy dose of scepticism. Unfortunately for Cameron, it appears the EU members with any clout don’t like his words that are mainly for home consumption, being directed at the British electorate, and so with luck he will paint himself into a Brexit corner.
Britain’s major problem is that for over two decades poor political leadership has sapped our National confidence, and there is a predominant view that we cannot survive as an independent nation. Historically we managed quite well on our own for over a millennium, and if we put our mind to it as a nation, there is no reason why we can’t do so again.
It’s actually quite encouraging that the Germans are admitting that they won’t fundamentally reform the EU and that the UK will therefore have to leave . They are simply stating the facts: something Cameron and the rest of the LibLabCON want to ignore.
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