I'm all for voting out

Never before have we seen so much advice from foreign companies and politicians for Britain to remain in the EU, it is obvious the EU would miss draining our resources for if we stayed the EU would impoverish us by disproportionately demanding contributions which appear to end up supporting the strongest members of the community.

Sunday, 19th June 2016, 4:57 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 3:27 am

We’ve supported an organisation with a failed currency, failed security and who have failed to operate united.

A German government, because of their recent past, have great difficulty in repelling migration and instead they use this as an opportunity by inviting 800,000 to bolster their population, without consulting or considering the

consequence to the rest of the EU.

The million or so that have travelled to the EU have set a precedent for millions more from the Arab African states to join in the adventure in Europe.

Our weakness led by the EU commissioners has been exposed, there is no way with the present policies can we be confident that future migration can be controlled to a manageable settlement. For Britain, we have the worst to come, as we see the migrants over spilling the countries that they’ve entered, with easy access to boats in the channel and unprotected shorelines to Britain, they will find ways to enter here, and the pace of this will quicken as there will be no response from the authorities as for when looking at the recent numbers that have managed successfully to cross the channel there is no reports of how these were dealt with.

Without control on numbers, it will impoverish communities due to the lack of finance to provide housing, education and healthcare which are currently under financial restraint due to the current debt crisis the government are currently saddled with.

The bizarre statement, Prime Minister David Cameron has not convincingly proven he has any new arrangements with the EU, his debate with Bill Cash, where his new arrangements were challenged; he replied “let’s just beg to differ, you want to be out and I want to be in”.

The Chancellor, despite the need for house prices to cool off to make it more affordable to own your own home, the Chancellor says it will be bad for Britain out of the EU because house prices will drop and that by 2030 we will all be £4,000 worse off a year without a comment of inflation rates, cost of living or value of interest rates.

The Bank of England Mark Carney added to the comments by announcing leaving the EU would have detrimental consequences (quote 13th May 2016) when delivering his statement about the various concerns he repeatedly looked towards his notes every 2 or 3 seconds to support his analogy, it did not seem to me that he was using the wisdom of past experience, but referring to notes of what to say passed about by the hierarchy of the remain campaign.

For me, none of these bizarre statements are credible reasons for staying in the EU which has a failing economy, a stubbornly high unemployment rate, no vision for the future and constant disagreements among members. I’m out to secure Britain an opportunity which it hasn’t had for 40 years or more. We know what we will get if we stay in, for they are ready to punish us for daring to try and get out. We are a country with experience and wisdom and the economy has been on a roller coaster with many surprises for every downward trend there has been an ever bigger rise of good fortune with the international investors backing Britain.

The risk of staying out will be of our own making, in retaining the EU contribution there will be a surplus in the pot for us to reorganise our finances and seriously challenge the opportunity of being a global player and not inwardly looking having to deal with petty commissioners about where we can invest and where we can’t, who we can lock up and who we let go and whether they are bent or whether they are straight – bananas.

If you have any doubt about the credibility of Boris Johnson listening to people’s concerns then this photograph of my opportunity to answer the questions that he raised with me tells the story, while expressing my concerns with him a few weeks ago, Boris was called away for a photo shoot with the local MP and dignitaries, he declined the offer, explaining that he was extremely interested in listening to what I had to say, he continued to apply his listening ear towards me so as not to miss anything that was said due to the environment around us. I’m confident that none of the three spokesmen I have spoken about would have given me the same opportunity.

I believe in what Boris Johnson along with those promoting ‘out’ say that any challenge to increase a tariff on our exports to EU would be a futile exercise it represents something of a mafia style organisation extracting protection money and would only be met by similar tariffs against their exports to Britain. It would be dealing with this type of nonsense that would bring Britain’s trading relationship with the EU together.

I’m out. Dennis Clark.

Dennis Clark

Church Lane


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