It has begun: UK Campaign to leave the EUnion

It has been three years since Fjorman wrote his European Declaration of Independence. And now finally, we see the MSM moving in the same direction. At least in the UK. The Daily Express has started a campaign to call for Britain to leave the European Union.

After far too many years as the victims of Brussels larceny, bullying, over-regulation and all-round interference, the time has come for the British people to win back their country and restore legitimacy and accountability to their political process.

Following the debacle of the Lisbon Treaty – disgracefully imposed upon the public without the referendum they were promised by the three main political parties – many had expected matters European to take a lower profile in British politics.

But the opposite has been true as those on board the European gravy train have mounted one power grab after another.

At a time of austerity throughout Europe they have expanded their bloated budgets, pushing Britain’s disproportionate contributions even higher.

Read also the rest. It is a list of grievances that are very much NOT specific for the UK, but are equally valid for other member states, including the Netherlands.

And just to hammer the point home: Here’s Nigel Farage in fine form yesterday.

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One Response to It has begun: UK Campaign to leave the EUnion

  1. Ann Bradley says:

    I want to see all currently living architects, engineers and their general facilitators across the whole spectrum (including Common Purpose) of the mafia-like project called the European Union, placed under arrest and charged with Genocide, Treason, Sedition, Subversion and Embezzlement ranging from false accounting to non accounting and gross misappropriation/theft of taxpayer funds, of which these fiscal examples are merely for openers.I also want to see the death penalty reinstated – retroactively

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