Well, of Course it Could

Sometimes people state the bleedin’ obvious as if it is some kind of revelation.

Iain Duncan Smith has come close to suggesting that Britain could eventually thrive outside the European Union, declaring that such a strong country can stand tall on its own.

And that Pope chappie, last time I checked he was a Catholic, wasn’t he? FFS! Britain traded with the world long before it entered the common market –  and recall that back in 1975, it was to remain in the common market that people voted, not the bureaucratic, unelected, undemocratic, unaccountable monstrosity that now plagues our continent –  and we could do so again. We do not need to be members of this club to survive. Indeed, likely as not, without it we would thrive.

Apparently, proffering this kind of suggestion makes me a Europhobe, or a xenophobe or something. But, then, demonising their opponents is what the socialists do, isn’t it? If they had to face up to reality, their brains would implode.

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5 comments for “Well, of Course it Could

  1. November 4, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    At least you’re not a federast, like a BBC employee. šŸ˜‰

  2. Viscount StAlbans
    November 4, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    Britain is an Atlantic power, it has the World to trade with and the World to trade with us,, what Britain needs is a Hitler type person to deal with the EU traitors

    • November 5, 2012 at 10:51 am

      I’m not sure I would regard Adolf as a role model. Maybe Wellington or Nelson.

      • Single Acts of Tyranny
        November 5, 2012 at 10:57 am

        I have to agree with Longrider, we surely don’t need a Hitler type figure?

  3. Mudplugger
    November 5, 2012 at 12:10 pm

    It’s always possible that, taken alongside the recent utterances of Gove etc, the IDS statement may indicate that there is a coordinated exercise in ‘softening-up’ under way, preparing the way for the necessary clarity of an IN/OUT referendum, possibly even before 2015.

    Too many politicians have spent too long welded into the EU camp and they will find it difficult to exercise an immediate public volte-face – but after a period of subtle ‘preparation’, that becomes possible.

    I hope this is the case.

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