On the second anniversary of the largest plebiscite to take place in the UK, here is an example of one of the more deranged emails that I receive from Remainers:
“Dear Janice, I voted to remain in the EU and I still strongly believe we should stay in Europe and we will make a terrible mistake if we leave. However, in the event we do, is it possible for UK citizens to claim asylum in the EU? After all, I really don’t want to live in a xenophobic, extremist rightwing, hermit regime style country. I genuinely feel under physical threat from right wingers and I would like to know how the government is going to heal the wounds that have formed in our communities. It’s starting to feel like silent civil war. Yours sincerely”
By far, most emails in my inbox come from those who are concerned about damaging legislation being passed by the EU, that the person above either thinks is OK or is not aware of Brussels’ incompetency.
What is worrying is that the Remainers think they can genuinely reform the EU or that there is absolutely nothing wrong with it.
Why then, is every nation that has gone into a general election since our referendum vote voting for ‘alternative’ governments? Across the EU it is collapsing. Whether it is for economic or migratory reasons, and sometimes both, the EU will not exist in its present form after the May 2019 EU elections.
Why is it that those governments, even if they have been in power for a number of years (Orban), come back stronger, with a clearer mandate and are riding high in the polls?
All of their policies – migration, fiscal, borders, reform of the legislative and judiciary – are polar opposites of what the EU calls ‘democracy and rule of law’. Franz Timmermans, month after month, gives speeches on ‘democracy and rule of law’ but fails to understand why the people are voting for Orban, Salvini, Strache, Wilders, AfD, 5SM – and fails to bring forward the reform the EU needs to survive.
So when we see the Remainers marching in London, to a big fanfare from the MSM, they too sound like Franz Timmermans, unable to see that the failed EU is about to fall. And good riddance.
(Articles reflect the views of the author, and not necessarily those of Luke Nash-Jones, The Red Pill Factory, or Make Britain Great Again.)