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UK’s anti-Europe lobby lose again…and will continue to do so

The British Prime Minister, David Cameron  is in conclave today with his European big brothers and sisters. The poor, pathetic island dwelling nation that built a once mighty empire from slavery, by stealing other nations’ countries and by quietly murdering anyone opposed to such practices, is now faced with being totally ignored by the rest of Europe.

The UK is more guilty than most EU states when it comes to ignoring the Law (it currently faces severe sanctions for ignoring the European Court’s judgement on prisoners’ voting rights for example), failing to implement basic human rights – especially for its own citizens, giving way to the Americans on everything at every opportunity, failing to take a positive part in European affairs and, worst of all, pretending that it is still a ‘great power’ when, in reality it is a miserable little island full of miserable, vindictive little people moored somewhere off the north coast of the main continent of Europe and effectively isolated from the 300 million fellow citizens who live there.

So much for so little…just click on the image above

Yet still, unfailingly, the UK continues to pretend that it has importance and influence in the EU, a ridiculous claim really when you consider that it has ‘opted out’ from anything of any real importance and has only ‘opted in’ to protocols that help to further victimise its own citizens; the Schengen Information System for example. No wonder that the British are widely regarded as the most hated people in Europe.

The latest argument is that the UK pays too much to the EU and gets nothing in return which is, frankly, utter nonsense.

The ‘Little Englanders’ who make so much noise in Tonbridge Wells and the like should remember that if it were not for the EU, there would be no 5 week holiday entitlement; there would be no minimum wage; there would be no maternity benefit or leave; there would be no ability to take corrupt and dishonest governments (like the last one) to court.

Nor would those who are fortunate enough to do so be able to live and work in Europe, let alone get on a boat and bring back van loads of cheap booze and fags. You would even need a visa to go to sunny Spain and Ibiza.

It is also true that for all the shouting, the UK pays only 1% of its GDP when the infamous rebate and all the other grants to the UK have been taken into account.

“But what about Denmark?” I hear the little ones scream. Denmark has not joined the EU because of its oil reserves – and the fact that it doesn’t have 60 million people living in it as does the UK. True, the UK has oil too but nothing like the same amount; that has already been frittered away by the last government and those before it. predicts that if the UK does not soon partake in full membership of the EU two things will happen:

Firstly, the UK really will go broke because the other EU states will not even consult them about further legal and financial measures, even though the UK will be subject to such measures; secondly, as the EU states recover and do so better and quicker than the UK – which they will do because there are many more of them than the British and they also work together – the UK will be left behind to enjoy its somewhat dubious and bloody history whilst failing to embrace the real future; a future that will not be shaped by the British and their ever contagious disease which attempts to force itself on to other nations but by grown up countries with a grown up attitude and who realise the benefits of acting in harmony with each other.

Oh, and for those who think the UK should leave the EU, consider this; you do so at your peril. If the UK were to ever leave the EU, no other EU state would contemplate trading with Britain, not without huge trade tariffs anyway. Remember that more than 60% of our exports go to the EU. The grants would disappear (no more community projects funded by Europe), the legal safeguards to the holidays, health, the minimum wage and protection from an authoritarian government would all be gone.

It is no coincidence that those who shout the loudest in favour of leaving Europe are those who are wealthy, old and who don’t give a damn about anyone else. What does that tell you about the British?

You may not agree with the views expressed in this article (in which case please feel free to leave your comments below) but it is nevertheless hard to argue against what is being said, though you are always welcome to try.

The truth is that someone has to put the real facts in front of people rather than rely on the broken myth of so called  ‘British Global Supremacy’. Putting such views in the public domain rather than hiding them in the shadows is what is all about.

If the UK really wants to live in ‘splendid isolation’ that’s its own affair but if it continues  to do so in its current manner, it will eventually politically and financially sink into the Channel and into oblivion – though some would argue that is where it belongs anyway.

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4 Responses to UK’s anti-Europe lobby lose again…and will continue to do so

  1. Magdalene Blasenhauer
    December 17, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    Tell the Iraqi and Afghani people that we’re ‘better than most.’ 100,000+ dead Iraqis because of our war that should have ended up with Bush and Cheney sent to an international war crimes court.

  2. Elvira Knoell
    December 4, 2010 at 12:53 pm

    Wow, thank you. I always wanted to write in my site something like that. Great job.

  3. allan
    October 31, 2010 at 9:17 pm

    Excellent article

  4. fred
    October 28, 2010 at 6:07 pm

    I totally agree. Makes a change that someone is prepared to say what has to be said

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