Originally Posted by Pete7
Don't worry, I think the country will bottle it just like the Scots did last year.
What we really need is for all the ex-pats to return home for the vote
From what I gather, those with access to the real poll
numbers are seeing a massive majority for exit.
That's why those with their snouts firmly rammed into the EU feeding trough are sounding worried. This is one referendum I think the EU are going to have a heck of a job rigging
, without it being obvious just how much they have tried to rig it.
I might be back in time to add my vote for exit.
Bottom line though, the EU is already dead on its feet. 2008 gave it a fatal blow, and Feb/March 2009 delivered the Coup d'Grace. Like a dinosaur, the message is just having a heck of a job finding a brain in Brussels or Strasburg to deliver itself to.
PS. With the scale of the economic long overdue 'adjustments' that will arrive at some point, purchase
tax, VAT, property taxes
, and income taxes
, could well disappear and/or be significantly reduced, for a considerable period.
Though we had all better hope and pray that they don't 'all' disappear permanently (it can happen). Funding
the monstrosity that is Public Employment
and spending is going to become an impossibility. I think Osborne (or people advising him) can see it coming, which is why early cuts are being put in place.
It will be impossible to react properly to what is looming, for any Nation shackled to the EU*, which is why I think all member
Nations should exit yesterday if not sooner, so they can reduce the inevitable damage to the maximum for the benefit of their people.
*It can be far worse than has happened to Greece
, for everybody in the EU.