If Britain votes to stay in the EU on 23 June’s Referendum, our country as we know it will quickly fade into the twilight zone of oblivion, due to the Brussels objective of amalgamating the 28 EU member nation states into an EU super-state. The four countries in Britain, inclusive of Scotland, will just become regions of the EU.
Euro taxes such as current VAT and local income tax, as yet to be implemented in place of council tax, together with various other EU taxes are a clear indication of further EU integration.
Fiscal monetary control eventually will become the ultimate preserve of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt, which explains why German banking interests are bidding to take over the financial square mile of the City of London, at present for £21 Billion. The loss to the British economy will be enormous if the British Government allows this to take place.
David Cameron’s so called EU reforms are not legally binding. There is no question that if Britain says in the EU, we will be forced to adopt the failed Euro currency which the ECB is printing as quickly as possible, enough in fact to pay off the Greek debt in three months, while Greeks riot in the streets of Athens over their pension rights.
The aforementioned are just a few reasons to leave the EU on 23 June 2016.
Philip A Anderson
Ross-Shire IV10 8SH