What are you worried about, Dear Remmenents, what? Economic predictions, guesses, assumptions, estimates, opinions for the effect our nation's exit will somehow cause. Well my prediction, my guess, my assumption, my estimate, my opinion is that it will be all for the better and in the long term I am truly confident of that. But such matters not are the primary to me.
I want freedom, independence,
autonomy, I want the established balance of the political and
legislative system, that has been developed, tuned and worked so well in
this country for so very long, to REMAIN. I am not voting to EXIT I am
voting for this nation, to my mind the greatest mix of people and social
system in the history of the world, to remain, remain a sovereign
Even the language is false. Remain is the language of
security, safety, ease. Exit is the language of fear, risk, the unknown.
These are the choice of words that a Kafkaesque government would want
to frame the question to err the minds of the gullible and pliant
towards their version of 'truth'.
And such petty fears, of the
remmenents, are just as simplistically formed by others too. Remmenents
busy themselves with questions of business, finance and commercial
interests when what should be foremost in their minds is enduring
freedom. What poses the greatest risk? Being a part of a new, still
forming state comprised from a hotchpotch of countries who have seen
more shifting of boarders and powers in a hundred years than Britain has
seen in ten thousand. If they want safety they are misguided as to the
real nature of the real threat. The real risk.
It is not about short term prosperity it is about long term freedom.