‘The Dominatrix of Brussels’ 

With the referendum imminent, the government and Remainiacs have not only overseen electoral fraud but have also launched a desperate all-out final barrage of fear to pummel undecided voters into submission. But as previously pointed out here, its fabricated predictions of calamities are entirely speculative, whereas the EU is responsible for real calamities occurring now: the Eurozone crisis which has cost unimaginable amounts of money and inflicted unnecessary economic misery on millions, condemning some countries’ younger generation to a life of unemployment and benefits; the dangerously irresponsible provocation of Russia though aggressive EU expansion that has brought war back to Europe in the Ukraine; the waves of massive, culture-threatening immigration into Europe that will continue for years to come. These are real and happening now. And this is what the government wants us to vote for?

 

So why should Leavers not speculate negatively, too? They can do so more accurately, for the EU has clearly and often formally set out is future plans. What, then, can we expect from a Remain vote? The referendum will make things far worse than ever they were before. A steady onslaught of huge EU incursions into our way of life will follow. If the UK opts to succumb to Brussels, the EU will happily play the role of the punitive dominatrix as we will have expressed our willingness to be the submissive partner. We would then have to expect the pain.

 

The UK’s voice in Europe will diminish even further. Currently, our representation is a mere 8% of votes in the Council of Ministers, 9.5% in the European Parliament, and 4% in the European Commission. In the Council of Ministers over the last two decades Britain has opposed 72 measures. How many times did we win? None. And that’s Britain, as Europhiles say, being in the heart of Europe. In future, any British protests will be dismissed as an annoying whingeing sound in the distant background, eliciting the response: ‘You have voted twice to be part of le grand projet so shut up and get on with it.’

 

More legislation from Brussels will be imposed on the UK. Currently it constitutes a shocking 62% of British law since 1993, the great majority being implemented without any discussion in our enfeebled legislature, parliament. Unelected judges of the European Court of Justice will ensure the all-powerful EU Charter of Fundamental Rights will take ever greater precedence over domestic law by an ever-widening net.

 

We can also expect our over-vaunted rebate to be reduced by the 2020 reassessment. Again, what argument could we give for demanding reduced membership fees having voted to remain?  Recently, the Five Presidents’ Report (the modest EU boasts no less than seven of them) has set in motion for 2025 a single finance ministry under the control of a single Eurozone finance minister. That won’t come cheap. Even if Britain stays out of the Eurozone, we will be expected to make financial contributions to this latest project and others. And France and Germany will continue to gnaw away at the City of London’s dominance of the financial markets. Britain is likely to be drawn ever further into a federal polity that all along has striven to become to become the USE.

 

Even this erosion of democracy and sovereignty pales into insignificance compared to the more physical effects of offering our submission to Brussels. First, we have seen nothing if we think that current immigration into the UK is out of control. Even before the referendum Frans Timmermans, First Vice-President of the European Commission, called on 6 April for other EU countries to take in their fair share of refugees and immigrants, as the world makes its way to Europe’s back door. In Germany, Merkel has already undermined the Dublin agreement, so that refugees arriving in Europe may no longer have to claim asylum in the country they first alight in. We all know the enormous numbers involved – over one million last year alone. And that’s before Turkey’s soon-to-be 90 millions appear on the grid following the Germany-enforced deal with that country to allow visa-free travel. Then there’s six central European and, basically, two Middle Eastern countries lined up to join the EU with a total population of  another 95 million, all set to receive visa-free travel in the EU.

 

Most worryingly of all perhaps are the geopolitical hazards. The EU’s grandiose foreign policy barging into the Russian sphere of influence is provoking Moscow into dangerous and unpredictable military enterprises that are causing huge instability in Europe and have led to actual war in Ukraine. The EU’s most sanctimonious and unfounded claim is that it prevents wars in Europe; it is actually making catastrophic military conflagration much more likely.

 

If Britain votes Remain in acquiescence to the EU’s wishes, we won’t be granted another opportunity anytime soon to rectify this disastrous decision. Even if there is another referendum in 25 years’ time, the result, barring some catastrophic events, would likely be even stronger for Remain: we will have had two generations who have known no alternative to the EU as the constant power in their lives, and who will be largely ignorant of the way our governments and the EU have royally screwed the British people. This referendum is perhaps the last chance to affect a reasonably civilised divorce from the EU.

 

If this civilised divorce option is not taken on 23 June, we are left only with more troubling and dangerous exit strategies, all of which will incur far higher costs in every way. Long term, the EU could implode. The more time that takes, the greater will be the fallout, chaos and perils from it. So better sooner than later. But the fanatical religious zeal of many federalists should not be underestimated; they may try to shore up the crumbling edifice upright indefinitely, at any cost, human or financial.

 

It is time to pull the rotten tooth. Leaving the EU now may be painful. Leaving later would be excruciating. But worst of all would be to remain incarcerated within an economically declining, geo-politically dangerous and increasingly undemocratic power that outlived any possible usefulness it might have had over half-a-century ago.

 

 

 

 

 

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