A few questions vis-a-vis Britain and the European Union, Re: A return to common sense in the UK, Toronto Sun, May 26, 2014

Is it wrong for Brits to want to keep Britain British? 

No, it is not. 

It isn’t racist either. 

Is it wrong for Brits to want to retain their British heritage, values, institutions, laws and way of life? 

No, it is not. 

It isn’t racist either. 

Is it Islamophobic for Brits to want to keep Islam and Islamists from taking over Britain and forcing everyone to live under Sharia, Islamic law? 

No, it is not. 

It isn’t racist either. 

Is it wrong for Brits to want to live under laws and regulations crafted by their own legislators and officials in their own country instead of by faceless bureaucrats in in a huge bureaucracy in a far off land that disregards their circumstances and needs? 

No, it is not. 

Is it wrong for Brits to want to retain control over their own lives and their own country instead of ceding control to the European Union in Brussels? 

No, it is not 

Is it wrong for Brits to reject de facto open boarders and mass immigration which has flooded Britain with immigrants who refuse to integrate into British life, who do not share and will never share British values, who are a drain on the economy and a threat to the state, who in fact hate Britain and everything it stands for, who regularly commit atrocities and live their lives according to their own customs and laws, not Britain’s, who try to terrorize and force Brits to do the same and who are busily trying to change the nature and character and essence of the country in their own image? 

No, it is not. 

It isn’t racist either. 

It isn’t Islamophobic either. 

Is the European Union a demonstrable, serious, fundamental, threat to Brit’s heritage, values, institutions, laws, economy and way of life, to Britain’s very existence as a free, independent country. 

Yes, it is. 

Is the the loss of Britain’s national character and way of life a staple of life in the European Union? 

Yes, it is. 

Can Britain remain British if it stays in the European Union? 

No, it can’t. 

Is it wrong for Brits to be fed up with living in the European Union and watching their country and their lives be ruined and changed irrevocably as a result? 

No, it isn’t. 

It isn’t racist or Islamophobic either. 

A great many Brits feel exactly the same way and expressed their feelings in last weekends election for their country’s seats in the European Parliament. 

An anti-European Union party called the UK Independence Party roundly defeated the pro-European parties in the election, including the Labour Party, the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats. 

It was a firm rejection of the European Union and the entirely deleterious effect it has had on the lives of Brits and on Britain itself. 

It was a vote by Brits for Britain and a rejection that was long overdue. 

Hey, maybe the British woke up in time. 

Hey, maybe Britain will remain British after all. 

God Save The Queen. 

Vive la France too for that matter because the French vote mirrored the British vote. 

For the same reasons. 

They weren’t wrong or racist or Islamophobic either. 

Hey, maybe the French woke up in time too. 

Hey, maybe France will remain French after all as well.

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