To get at the issue, you have to ask the right question. The EU’s problems are not the same as the UK’s. The EU has been railroaded by federalist fanatics that form the oligarchy at the top. It has become self serving, protectionist and deeply undemocratic. It no longer serves the people it is supposed to and it no longer listens or cares. It derides criticism as “populist” and abuses its power by using propaganda to undermine dissent and covert handouts to news organs to eulogise its “benefits and successes”. It is failing such a large percentage of Europeans that it is in danger of collapse. It is more concerned with its ideology than its purpose. Only since Britain voting to leave has it questioned its direction, it has reached the wrong conclusion, its objectivity neutered by its arrogance and dogma.
Britain IS much more democratic but not perfect. The next six months will be critical to the UK’s future. If the remoaners in the Tory party get the upper hand we will leave in name only and be in a worse place than being a full member: all the restrictions and costs and NO say in the matter. Over half the population will vent their spleen at the betrayal. If the leavers prevail we will reach a decent settlement. If the EU doesn’t change direction it is doomed to fail.
There is one thing in this continuing migrant situation that has been nagging at me from the start.
The UK and France are both permanent members of the UN Security Council. Why has neither sought UN action in this matter?
The UN could have set up safe camps for all these migrants in North Africa and the Middle East – it has the resources to do so. This problem should never have grown as it has.
Isn’t dealing with such problems exactly why the UN was formed in the first place? To deal with problems as they arose so that conflict could be avoided?
Maybe the UN has passed its sell-by date as it appears to have become completely ineffective, if not useless. Have you not hard about Mr Peter Sutherland’s role in all of this yet?
EU should ‘undermine national homogeneity’ says UN migration chief Peter Sutherland
The UN special representative on migration Peter Sutherland told the House of Lords committee migration was a “crucial dynamic for economic growth” in some EU nations “however difficult it may be to explain this to the citizens of those states”.
Because it’s all a con try going to an italian port where these NGO boats are coming in and you will be kicked out This is people replacment.
Bonne chance ma petite. Les Anglais, Perfide albion. Les Rosbifs Pffffft!!! Et aussi en anglais le temps, Le Royaume-Uni – IS THE UNITED KINGDOM and our comments are legitimate – we saved you twice and all you can do is La France Toujours La France and not give a stuffed quails egg for us. Yes keep your huge Gallic Noses out of our country – we will be fine outside your club.
Trez Beans indeed – La Francais d’un ecolier Anglais il ya 50 ans. – like WWII one does not always forget