Wednesday, 23 January 2013

David Cameron's EU Referendum

The Prime Minister David Cameron has today announced that the British people will be allowed a referendum on membership of the European Union. The referendum will take place late in 2017… if there is a majority Conservative Party government at the time. See: It all sounds very dutiful and humble on Cameron’s part; I quote: “It is time for the British people to have their say!” But his promise is practically worthless. It’s comparable with paying a gardener to mow your lawn and then he says he’ll do it next year on May the 7th if the sun is shining that day and if his business doesn’t fold in the meantime… and if he doesn’t emigrate to Australia before then.

Personally I don’t think there should be a referendum on the Britain’s EU membership… You heard me right! As Albert Burgess has pointed out, the United Kingdom’s entry to the EU was effectively an act of treason, see: . There is no cause to hold a referendum on a treasonous act that breaches the country’s constitution. I disagree with an awful lot of what Albert talks about, but he’s absolutely right on this subject. The solution is that instead of being grateful to good old David for being so kind to us for giving us a choice, we prosecute the government for treason and simply rip up the UK’s membership card. However this is purely a theoretical exercise when one examined the bigger picture. So much more is going on in this world than Albert and the other Brit Con members fully understand. It will take far more than a simple “goodbye EU!” to solve the problems of this nation and the rest of the world.

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