Brexit or Enter in Full and See What Happens? (3 of 3)
Does anyone remember NATO and why that organisation was formed? Does anyone remember the days before 1973? Nothing much seemed to go wrong. In those halcyon days Britain traded admirably with the rest of the world. There was a world-wide market. As long as you manufacture products that consumers want and at the right price, then a market is created. You create your own free market.
On that mere basis countries can export and purportedly flourish knowing their own balance of trade. There will be no false economical pricing created by fixed exchange rates to sustain an agreement.
Countries.. • receive payments for their goods and can budget accordingly without having to fund other weaker nations, • nor be held accountable to central legislature • nor be forced to trade at fixed exchange rates. That is the reason for the internal economic messes in Greece et al.
As we have said before test an exit with Greece, but also Britain could look to exit otherwise this economic distraction of trying to fix something that doesn't really exist will continue to occupy the front pages and be an utter distraction to the continued economic well-being of this refined and wonderful country.
Britain has some of the best technological, engineering, medical and scientific minds and breeding grounds, such as its universities. It has much to export. It is not nor ever will be an industrial nation again because of the cost of labour, however it has much to offer the world, not just Europe.
Britain must break free from the manicles of Brussels. The legislation on top of our own, causes consternation, complication and a form of glue that restricts smaller businesses operating or being competitive. This layer has to be taken away.
Let us enter a brave new world. Where are the politicians to lead us as we go forward or is the big decision to exit in the 'too difficult box'? It is career making or breaking?
Politicians in the 1970's said we had to enter, it was in our own good, but no specific economic nor political reasons were given, it was just the right thing to do. Over 40 years on we see in-fighting, suffering and a club that has factions. It cannot be right. Has the recent re-negotiation taken this away and solved those problems. Probably not.
So Britain exits or joins in full. Sovereign unity is the only way forward to a successful Union.
Control immigration and welcome immigrants as they have an awful lot to offer. This is not a paper for a little England but practical politics and economics. Brexit may occur in June. Fear not, there will be no repetition of Verdun or the Somme, Europe is way past that, but economic despair brings out the worst in people. The current structure of the EU creates economic despair. The complete anti-thesis to its original concept.