British Union flags fly in front of the Big Ben clocktower of The Houses of Parliament in central London, Britain February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

If You Truly Believe In Britain There’s Only One Way To Vote Today…

Suppose in 1945, with the Nazi war machine smashed and Britain rejoicing after the greatest victory in her history, we had been told: “Of course, 50 years hence your leaders will have surrendered your sovereignty to the people you’ve just defeated and those you’ve liberated. In effect, they will be your masters, your lawmakers – oh, and incidentally, it will be a crime to sell in pounds and ounces…” The prophet would have been ridiculed, perhaps even reviled as a traitor and probably put in a padded cell.

Well, it has happened.

  • The Butterfly
  • Ron MacDonald

    Stop the Left’s dream of one-world government, vote to leave the EU.

  • Alain

    Her Majesty, the Queen, has also stated why it is necessary to leave the EU. I am glad she has taken a stand on this major issue. It boils down to death or survival for the UK.

    • And what does it mean for members of the British Commonwealth? Can we even call it a Commonwealth anymore if Britain herself is no longer a Sovereign Nation? When Britain is ruled by an unelected “politburo” in the E.U.?

      And of course Canada is no longer a Sovereign Nation either — we are a “non-Nation State” according to Justin Trudeau. We didn’t even have a referendum about it — Justin declared it by fiat and hence recognizes the U.N. as Canada’s ultimate authority, crafting future legislation as if the UN were in fact Canada’s ultimate authority. The irony being that the United Nations itself is founded on the inalienable principle of National Sovereignty based on the Nation-State — the UN was never designed to function as a Global Government.

      I don’t remember seeing the UN on the ballot in our last election.

  • JoKeR

    I think only one result will be permitted

    • Daviddowntown

      Speaking of merkl, she disappeared. Whats up with that?

  • It’s a wonder why Europeans just didn’t strengthen travel or work agreements instead of instituting a United States of Europe.

    • Alain

      Yes, they already had the common market in the 60s and could have worked with that, but from my view point the one behind the push for the EU was Germany. France, like a vein woman, was easily seduced, so through the EU Germany accomplished what Hitler tried and failed to do. I should also mention that anti-American sentiment (jealousy, envy) played its part.

      • The EU was an over-reaching mess.

        I hoped they’ve learned something from it.

  • Waffle

    “We had no way of staying afloat
    We had to leave on a ferryboat
    Economic refugees
    On the run to Germany

    We had the back of Maggie’s hand
    Times were tough in Geordie-land
    We got our tools and working gear
    And humped it all from Newcastle to here”

    Why Aye Man (The Ragpicker’s Dream, Mark Knopfler)

  • RAMA44