Monday, September 12, 2005

Let the people decide

Let The People Decide

Go on, click on it! There's pictures of women being gagged on there!

Although they are possibly not exactly the same images which came to mind when you first read that. It's a link to the webpage for the online petition for a referendum of the EU. We haven't had one for 45 years, and back then, those who voted yes did so in the belief that they were voting for a free trade bloc, not the political union they have ended up with.

Anyone who wants our country to be run from Westminster should sign up, as even today, more and more power is slipping away to unelected bureaucrats in Brussels. The Constitution, which was rejected by two of the founding countries . France and the Netherlands, is being implemented through the back door. Immigration policy, case law of the ECJ taking precedence over the UK Constitution (yes, we do have one), tax policy, propaganda campaigns funded by you to persuade you that these tango men out here should be controlling your lives.

Even if you like the EU - which, by the way, means you are in favour of third world povery, inefficiency and political correctness taking precédence over common sense, surely you can't object to people being given the choice? Isn't that what democracy is all about?

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