RIGHT, let’s use this week’s blurb to get a few things straight. Particularly to the purveyors of all the hate mail I have been receiving of late. I’m referring of course to my position regarding the British ‘in/out’ fiasco.
Frankly I was against the whole Common Market concept from the word go. With our trade deals and wide range of powerful partners in the Commonwealth, I truly believed we didn’t need to amalgamate with other European countries to enable us to move forward in the world of commerce, and subsequently enjoy the prosperity of our country and its citizens within the world of finance.
Over the years many of my opinions have changed. Indeed I have taken full advantage of the freedom of movement and integrated social services offered by the countries involved in the scheme.
As I stated some time ago, if David Cameron had returned from Brussels with a renegotiated deal, I would vote to stay in. But he didn’t did he? On the one thing that I believe is the biggest danger, not only to the UK, but to the whole of Europe, he achieved just about zilch. Namely the open border policy.
This mind numbing exercise is either being perpetrated by bureaucrats of quite unbelievable naivety or traitors, pure and simple. We are in a war, and the enemy is being allowed to flood in like a veritable tsunami. If we don’t do something to prevent it, within a generation or two, we will either be under Sharia law, or have been embroiled in an internal war which will have cost untold thousands of lives.
Well, I am not prepared to succumb to these perpetrators of hatred and inhumanity purely for my own selfish ends. Contrary to the belief of many of my dissenters, I am not a rich individual who doesn’t need the protection of the Spanish medical and social infrastructure.
On the contrary, soon to be 77 years of age, with a small British and Spanish pension, and a singular responsibility for two teenage children who, although born in Spain, hold English passports, I am extremely worried about what fate should befall us should we opt to leave the EU.
No, despite not living in the UK for some 40 years, I am extremely patriotic, proud of being British, and truly mortified to see it walking blindly into capitulation and servitude through the blind ignorance of its power hungry bureaucrats. My father and millions of other patriots risked and sacrificed their lives to preserve our nation, and I for one refuse to hand it all over to heathen, undeserving aliens, purely for my own selfish ends. I trust I have now made my position perfectly clear.
Keep the faith Love Leapy