Brexit has to mean Brexit
The removal of Britain from the shambolic European Union with all its Richard Von Coudenhove-Kalergi-inspired madness is paramount, the single market and freedom of movement are a small price to pay in the long term.
The single market is a protectionist racket and nothing more and the freedom of movement removes “choice”’.
Britain along with all the rest of Europe has to have a choice in who is allowed the freedom to move. Freedom to work is one thing but the freedom to move, so that one may have access to better healthcare, better education and higher levels of benefits is something that simply cannot be allowed to continue.
If there is a person anywhere in the world who has a skill that we in Britain feel would be a benefit to the nation as a whole that person should be allowed to migrate, settle and become a valued member of the community. If however they have no skills, no prospects, no intention to learn, to assimilate and let us not be too polite about it, “pay into the pot” rather than be a drain on the honest law-abiding taxpayers of Britain they should be barred from moving anywhere.
Why should we accept the dross of Europe, in fact why should we accept the dross of anywhere?
Britain has been made Great by successive waves of migrants over thousands of years from the Picts and Celts to the Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Vikings right up to the modern-day Polish and Indians who sailed, fought and flew alongside our men and women in World War 2 and who are on the whole an educated, driven and hardworking group of people who have assimilated into a modern multicultural Britain.
I, as one of the 17 million people who voted to leave the EU do not want or need the uneducated and non- working of Europe.
I don’t want its diseased or its unfit for work, nor do I want a quota of the 26-year- old teenagers from outside Europe and I certainly do not want any man or woman from anywhere who have an intolerant religious culture that has them believe in any form of superiority over anyone else’s belief system and values.
Brexit has to mean Brexit and any political or judicial attempt to temper or even prevent it has to be met with the most vicious of fightbacks.
The EU is not for the working class, it is for the elite class. The working class voted out. Let us shatter the EU in its current form and get back to what it should be, what it was sold to us as, a trading agreement between good neighbours .