Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Should we stay of should we go

Britain has always thrived on international trade, and the EU promised more trade.

But that’s not what happened. The EU didn’t turn into a peaceful, efficient, multi-national trading bloc that enables commerce and prosperity.

Rather it has become an ever-expanding, unaccountable bureaucracy ruling over vastly disparate nations who are increasingly at odds with one another.

And it is precisely the size of this Leviathan that’s the problem… something that was first identified several decades ago by economist Leopold Kohr.

Tim Price

This is a clip of the short version of the movie (link to the movie is below the clip)

If Boris and if others really care about being able to get things done in our world, then the EU is one of the ways in which we get them done, having that seat at the table in the EU -- just as being a member of NATO -- is a vital way that we project our values and our power and our influence in the world.

The Brexit

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