Monday, 16 May 2016

Europhile vandals in darkest Somerset

This is close to Norton Sub Hamdon and shows that some Europhiles have been heaving bricks at our Vote Leave poster. These people are no better than the hooligans who attend football matches and cannot abide to see the colours of the opposing team. Its only one short step from this to sectarianism.




I was largely brought up in a council flat and by instinct I support working people. The EU is a bosses club and it is good Paul Mason, now of the Guardian, makes the left wing case for exit although I would never decribe myself as left wing or right wing, pragmatism and honesty  is my creed. I recommend you read Mr Mason's piece by clicking below.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/may/16/brexit-eu-referendum-boris-johnson-greece-tory?CMP=twt_gu

I reproduce the brilliant first paragraph below.

The leftwing case for Brexit is strategic and clear. The EU is not – and cannot become – a democracy. Instead, it provides the most hospitable ecosystem in the developed world for rentier monopoly corporations, tax-dodging elites and organised crime. It has an executive so powerful it could crush the leftwing government of Greece; a legislature so weak that it cannot effectively determine laws or control its own civil service. A judiciary that, in the Laval and Viking judgments, subordinated workers’ right to strike to an employer’s right do business freely.

So much for Corbyn and his mealy mouthed claim that UK workers owe their "rights" to the EU. It is no more true than the other EU lie that it is the EU that has kept the peace in Europe for 50 years. If you don't have a job your employment 'rights' are irrelevant as you are unmemployed like many EU citizens of Greece, Spain, Italy, France etc. The EU elite however are never unemployed. .

1 comment:

Stephen Harness said...

It is worse because the EU buy influence as your article of the 13th highlighted. Bought men, bought politicians, bought trade unions, bought educators and bought NGO's.