On 26/05/2016 15:04, Martin O'Loughlin wrote:
> As you mention Norway again it is only right to point out Norway pay more as a percentage of GDP to have the rights they do than does the UK, which are less.
> It is also worth pointing out that the EU is accountable to those politicians we vote for. If our elected representatives can't hold the EU to account is that a failing of the EU or a failing of our representatives?
If the EU want to sell to us, one of their biggest markets, then they
are the ones who are going to have to make deals with us and not the
other way around. And it certainly won't be the crap deal they forced on
Norway (It's all part of the EU power grab forcing countries to suffer
punitive EU "punishments" or give up their democracy and join the
And if you think the EU is "democratic", then please without searching
for it: -
please tell me what was in the manifesto of the parties at the last EU
Name the seven presidents of the EU?
Tell me who are the commissioners
The simple answer is that the MEPS have no real power and no one has a
clue who is ruling us in Brussels. We may vote MEPs, but they have no
power to initiate or repeal laws. They can't even keep the EU in control
(how many years is it since the accounts were signed off?
On the 23rd we have a very simple choice: vote to leave the undemocratic
EU and throw away the last meaningful democratic vote we will have, or
leave and regain control over those who rule over us.