It is certain that those who choose not to vote on 23 June, and they who Vote Remain will deeply regret their decision within a few months, if against the odds Remain win.
It is indisputable that to Remain within the European Union will not maintain the status quo, it is not and never will be the ‘safer’ option.
We have been alerted to the fact that new consolidating powers in Brussels, including additional legislation and directives, and centralising European-wide direct taxes, are being withheld until after the UK referendum, ‘so as not to ‘frighten’ the British public. Surely this should warn us that to Remain is decidedly dangerous; particularly as David Cameron, during his fruitless renegotiations, gave a commitment that Britain would not block this process.
Last week the Prime Minister, the Chancellor and John Major were all unable to offer a single positive reason to remain. They merely presented wild threats if we dare to Vote Leave. When challenged to explain why British finance, security, jobs and immigration are so at risk from Brexit, they failed to give straight answers.
The Leave team, including Michael Gove’s calm and well balanced presentation on Sky TV, continue to offer positive reason’s for extracting Great Britain from the stranglehold of the EU which is anti-democratic, expensive, and in all but name a dictatorship, which supports big business, wasteful projects and corruption.
Community organisations, quangos, local authorities, NGOs and charities are drip fed with ‘EU’ funding. Just enough for recipients to believe they are in debt to Brussels. They forget this is British money which originally came from our pockets, our taxes, and is but a fraction of what the government contributes to European Union.
The undecided still say they are not receiving the true facts from either side. I suppose if you do not read the press, watch or listen to live debates, and not connected to social media, it is possible to feel isolated from the campaign. However the information is widely available. I highly recommend watching ‘Brexit the Video’ which illustrates perfectly the impact the EU has had upon our nation.
Time is fast running out and the myths being put about by those who wish to Remain, should be corrected.
They say migration is good for the British economy. Yes of course in some sectors. On building sites in London little English is spoken. The workmen mostly Polish are capable but do not have the same standard of skills as British trained craftsmen. And this flood of cheap migrant workers has removed the opportunity for British youngsters to take up apprenticeships to learn these crafts.
The EU has destroyed the UK fishing industry. Now other countries fish our waters and sell the fish which we are not allowed to catch back to us. And small businesses collapse as they cannot afford EU regulations.
The crises in the Eurozone is fuelling the rise in migration to our shores. Not only are people fleeing from Syria, Africa and other non EU countries, but also from Southern Europe to escape the economic recession and lack of jobs in their countries; due entirely to the imposition of the Euro.
It is certain that the Euro will collapse within a few years. Do we wish to remain part of the European Union which will demand that we contribute to bailout these countries? I don’t think so.
Ordinary people throughout the EU are praying that the UK Votes to Leave. They will then follow our lead, and it will be to the UK they will look for leadership. We are a trading nation, London is and will increasingly become relied upon for its financial services and as a ‘safe’ financial harbour as the European experiment collapses.
This is what Mr Cameron and his allies do not want us to know. The European Union needs us more than we need it, which is why we must leave Now. Far from becoming ‘isolated’, Great Britain will hold its head high and will be respected and applauded for leading the way.