Leaving the EU does not make us isolationist. It enables us to rejoin the big, wide world and throw off the suffocating shackles of an uncompetitive, diminishing economy run by a bloated bureaucracy which cannot resolve even minor differences between its members.
There is no case to keep Britain in the EU politically or economically. Cameron’s future in this doesn’t matter – it’s about Britain and what’s best for the British, not Cameron.
Look at the situation as is. The EU is a disaster whichever way you look at it. Look who’s calling the shots via her puppets, Juncker, Tusk and Brussels. Hasn’t it dawned that Britons fought two ghastly wars with a huge loss of life to ward off rule from this quarter and now Cameron thinks we should simply embrace it?
You can see the media luvvies gathering up to condemn anything that smacks of any sort of national border control. That’s because the rest of the world is full of wonderful people who come to the UK with pots of gold and all want to make the place a better place.
Or back in the real world, a vast horde of free-loaders all desperate to get their hands on the benefits that our forefathers built through their own blood sweat and tears. And of course currently our taxes.
But that has no bearing on the nuttiness of fruitcakes such as the Westminster bubble who of course play the racist or nasty card as soon as anyone suggests that maybe, just maybe controlling the inflow to the UK is a good idea. It’s kind of wearing thin really. If wanting to decide who and who does not have access to Blighty makes me racist then I guess I’m guilty as charged. Same for wanting out of the EU as well.
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