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Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave

Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave.  Lets take a brief look at the UK’s relationship with the European Union, and why #Brexit is the only sensible option for the people of the UK. Since the inception of the European Project there has been a overriding hatred of the nation state, along with a huge push for centralized non-elected commissioners whom are appointed! This creates a layer of unessaracy and fines for the UK the commision has Commission has a duty to ensure the treaties and law are upheld, and will take other institutions and even Member states to the Court of Justice in a dispute.

“National sovereignty is the root cause of most of the evils of our time. The only final remedy for this supreme and catastrophic evil is a federal union of the peoples.” Quotation on the wall at the EU Visitors Center in Brussels

If that’s not reason enough for the British to run for the hills, leave the EU, reengage with Europe. Then increasing trading links with the Commonwealth and rest of the world then maybe the Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave, will convince the #VoteRemain that if you value freedom and democracy you cannot value the EU.

Brexit - 7 Reasons Vote Leave Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – Fishing

British Fishing Policy is determined by the EU! The imperative is towards European Integration. The Goal is to have an EU fishing fleet; fishing in EU waters under a EU controlled bureaucratic nightmare decimating and semblance of a British fleet.

Reason 1 to Vote leave 23 June 2016

Brexit - 7 Reasons Vote Leave Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – Sovereignty

The European Commission is central to the European Union. It has a monopoly of proposing EU legislation which is actually done using a secretive process. Therefore the EU is inherently undemocratic! The commission can also issue regulations which are automatically binding for EU members.

Vote leave 23 June 2016

Brexit - 7 Reasons Vote Leave Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – The Economy

Vote Remain – Will almost certainly mean UK will eventually adapt the Euro Dollar!

“Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes it’s laws” — Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild

Vote Leave –  The only way to be certain of securing the future of our currency Pound Sterling.

Vote leave 23 June 2016

weld-67640_640Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – Jobs

Outside of the European Union the United Kingdom can establish an Australian style immigration system!

Needs based non-discriminatory system that allows British workers the first crack at new jobs.

Truly British Jobs for British Workers!

Vote leave 23 June 2016

Brexit - 7 Reasons Vote Leave Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – Migration

    The current scale of migration to the UK, 330,000 a year, of which roughly half is from the EU, is completely unsustainable.

    As a result our population is projected to rise by half a million every year – the equivalent of a city the size of Liverpool.

England is already twice as crowded as Germany and 3.5 times as crowded as France.

Population growth adds to the pressures on public services when public spending is being reduced.

Vote leave 23 June 2016

Source http://www.migrationwatchuk.org/

Brexit - 7 Reasons Vote Leave Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – Cost

The UK pays give or take £18billion towards the EU budget every year.

After Rebate 13billion

There is also  £48bn of regulation costs!

Ask Yourself is it Worth It

Vote leave 23 June 2016

Source https://www.economicshelp.org/europe/disadvantages-eu/

Brexit - 7 Reasons Vote Leave Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – NHS

Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

Is currently Under negotiation between the EU and USA

It will put the NHS at huge Risk from a Corporate take over

“showed beyond doubt the NHS is at risk from the European trade deal with America”.

Gail Cartmail discussing the EU trade deal TIPP

Vote leave 23 June 2016

Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – Freedom whatever the Cost

As June 23 looms, it is every Britons duty to do their utmost to help secure a Brexit, ask yourself what can I do today to help secure my nations future.

To borrow a quote from John F. Kennedy

“My fellow Britons, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”

We can, we must and we will have our day. The history of Britain is one of prosperity, we have established a culture that spread around the world, The time is now to open our eye, and our nation to the opportunities of Global partnerships.

Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – Some Helpful Links for the Brexit Campaign:

Brexit or Bust

Farage VS Cameron the EU Debate

Social Media Impact on Brexit

Commonwealth Trading = Brighter Future for the UK

Brexit economic repercussions

Brexit; tough days ahead for Mr.Cameron

EU migrant crisis – The Brexit rationale

The UK referendum to be or not to be

EU referendum – Boris Johnson Making a stand

EU #ProjectFear

Brexit Stay campaign  – Brexit the cry for sovereignty

Brexit the Way ahead

Brexit equals second Scottish referendum?

Reflections on the brexit; a layman’s perspective

Brexit – United Kingdom’s Relationship – European Union

Brexit – 7 Reasons Vote Leave – Twitter

Fox taking sence!

Jobs for the boyz!

Turkey loving the power of the EU!

Few good men

https://twitter.com/JASEMARKRUTTER/status/726850109774958592

This is your referendum right now!

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