Should the United Kingdom remain in the European Union?
On Wednesday the second of debates involving leaders of two big parties in the political spectrum went onto the television podium this week. After last week’s BBC radio debate the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage took on Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg.
This debate was centralised on the subject of remaining as a part of the European Union or EU as its commonly known. With Clegg supporting IN and Nigel hoping to be OUT the other leaders of parties weren’t invited. After a General election is coming in 2015 to elect who will lead the country Conservative leader David Cameron has chosen not to sign up to the debates for months being scared of losing after his totalitarian ways involving vicious cuts, abuse and protection of rich friends. Ed Miliband of the Labour Party, who does want the debates was not invited either. David Cameron after the debates chose to critise the debate opinions to favour his own ideologies by not participating and then critisising from the sidelines. Cameron, whose special advcsors is Linton Crosby, classed as a dangerous man, tells Cameron what might benefit him long term. Cameron is also scared to face the music in the debates as all their leaders signed up to. The electorate are not stupid to see this corrupt little man squirming around to protect his abusive ways which has included unproven yet indirect murders of suicidal teens and people struggling with welfare cuts, sanctions and homelessness. He has also called for more deaths of badgers in a crack down on tuberculosis without any scientific evidence that the non predetory mammals cause the disease.
After Nigel began the debate strong with his passionate sound and wiping the floor with bumbling Clegg, Nigel had a tough point made with the audience. He claimed their had now been a “white working underclass” as a result of the EU powers altering Britain’s landscape. While this is true in part, Nigel and his army of fans turned to upset. They did not know how to take or accept that claim. The difference is it is true, but is a ‘do not mention’ detail to which Farage will mention and will gain votes for because no one likes the truth and it must be told. Though this is one of Farage’s main policies fuelling the EU OUT debate, Farage, like Cameron is handling it all wrong. This is not necessarily the EU’s fault alone, either.
The fact that if we had all jobs available or created tomorrow, it would take months to fill them with ridiculous form filling. Secondly, those jobs would be filled with unskilled, talentless or unsuitable to their skills positions. Just because a nurse can fix things does not means he/she would be exceptional in the role of mechanic, or vice versa. Someone who has business acumen or is capable or running their own and contributing long term to economy is not best suited to sitting on a till and scanning barcodes. It is crucial to place people in the correct working skillset of jobs. Which then highlights that Britain has no skilled positions and places people in any old dead end job to ‘get the numbers down’ and does not pay enough to live in an over extortionate capitalist country where only the rich and David Cameron profit from.
With Cameron’s failed personal policies in Europe and charging through the front door with demands has ruined the reputation of Britain. As one of Europe’s biggest and essential players at the table, we may need to renegotiate powers and be allowed to do so. With bailouts, support and many other things Britain doesn’t get credit for because of David Cameron, we need to handle certain controls. This is purely down to the fact, in the Immigration case, for example, that we cannot simply house many more. It is not because we have a xenophobic approach to migrants who we accept in many differing cases.
Map of Europe, of which Britain is a part of by land mass location.
The influx however has caused employers to change the salary of job positions and hire cheap migrants so that they do not have to pay what someone is fully worth. We’ll have more on immigration and zero hours contracts at a later date.
As Nigel added we need to maintain our pound, negotiate toll numbers and support the now white working underclass. If we do this, and as a part of Europe, we can then help to stabilise Europe even further. There can be no denying that we are officially a European country. With so much connection from the EU also, it is crucial to connect with Britain favourably. It would be ideal if European countries could understand this. One man (Cameron) is not the full representation of a full nation that is Britain.
Though with Nigel’s ‘solution’ to give lower class jobs won’t be a ‘get rich quick’ answer. As mentioned above, the job market is hopeless at its current stage which is why is it necessary to have a welfare system in place, which Cameron wants to viciously destroy in 2015, even announcing he would start by stopping all under 25s claiming benefits.
With nothing “made in Britain” and a clueless leader of the country dithering and grabbing his hands on the first thing that comes his way to say will save us whilst looking into a publicity camera documenting his entire game face for votes, Britain will fail once more.
Farage also added he is interested in Fracking. We’ll have another debate on this at a later stage also. Though the basis for this is counterproductive. As the only nation in the world which doesn’t suffer natural disasters including Earthquakes and Tsunami’s, Fracking will rupture the plates under the Earth\s crust and kill us all. The greed for Cameron’s energy friends and not the common people will suffer as always. How much will the clean up bill be? He also wanted nuclear favour as Cameron has beforehand. When the debate finished, to which most policies Cameron agrees with, the Tory leader said off camera Farage was “wrong” in an attempt to play games with a cheap shot.
Cameron was under hot water from Farage too, who blasted the wishy washy country ‘leader’ for revoking the Lisbon Treaty which Cameron said once he was willing to tear up, as it were. Once again, as he did to get elected in 2010, Cameron lied.
Clegg said we should remain in the EU to protect jobs here and overseas if we chose to migrate. Adding that the economic recovery, which isn’t great will the Tories are fiddling the figures as soon as it comes out is suffering. Chancellor George Osborne of the tories has cast over-projections unmet and raised the deficit three times as much as Labour and lost the AAA credit rating for Britain downgrading to a AA instead.
Having trade deals whether in or out is available, but these are most beneficial as a part of the EU. It will also give us quicker contacts and connections to understand that even if you dislike a country, you can still trade with them at a reasonable price.
Using the notion of Democracy from Farage, he claimed we would get this back by leaving. Let’s be clear. This is a scaremongering tactic. It won’t regain Democracy. Britain is and has been one since being in the EU, regardless. Therefore, being in the EU makes no difference to losing a Democracy as we still have one in place. The threat to Democracy itself is the abuse form the Tory party revoking welfare, legal aid and human rights as just some of many totalitarian policies implemented to crush the lower, working and poor classes. Nothing in Britain works because of these abuses to suit the rich, fragmenting society to its very core. no one cares anymore, and why should they? What is their to be responsible about if politicians are changing the rules to fit their corruption on a daily basis? Then you will receive a visit from the Gestapo or police as many call them here telling you to be quiet and put the frighteners on you.
Failure. British ‘leader’ David Cameron.
Farage ended his debate by adding he wanted to trade with India, to which Britain ploughs millions in to support them (which has troubling views on women as third rate citizens and often involved with rape scandals) and New Zealand who stand alone. Of course a handful of people don’t make a full nation but it is a fact of which we cannot argue. Clegg said we should not adopt the Nigel Farage mentality of “Fantasy” regarding the “shun of the modern world. Women stay at home, gay abuse, climate change ignored.” He added Britain had and was “Compassion, diverse, not fantasy. Protect the Britain that we love.”
As a member of Europe or not, we would still be a nation of Eurovision. Though this could be a serious line of jeapody. Isn’t that the biggest reason to remain? Jokes aside, more serious problems are at stake here.
Leaving the EU will be disastrous. No one likes any form of war and should avoid this at all possibilities, yet is is sadly something that for many can be inevitable in time. With Cameron previously spouting of more terrorist attacks after he put us into further Unnecessary conflict we are more at risk. Without going to war with European allies (we are not warmongers, only Cameron, who wanted to go to the Syrain catastrophe from oil stakes) it is important to protect Europe (of which we are) as ourselves. It is about keeping the world as peaceful as it can be, despite alternate issues in countries around the world. Where possible, everything should be upheld to keep the land of every nation stable and supportive, regardless of conflicting political views.
Nations will need to lear to ‘get along’ despite disputes. Think of the economic value if nothing else and strive for that if you dislike others. as for the transition of powers, do not give into Cameron yet. Have policies on the sidelines ready but launch them in 2015, when Cameron is booted out of office as leader of the United Kingdom. Until then, don’t give him anything. But do give us some more points in Eurovision to re-establish communication and connection to remain IN and economically stable trade with other nations.
In the long run, we should stay IN the EU than OUT of it. With our trade, economy, being able to migrate ourselves to Europe in the distress of Britain and contributing to overseas economies, we will be stronger together. Being alone is further isolation and not productive. We my not like the growing bill of the EU, but it is a group of which we are a part of. We cannot simply throw our toys out of the pram because of Cameron’s failures to represent us well. It is the job of a politician to smooth over relations and communication to a greater goal among differening ideologies. Cameron has once again failed this and proved he is not doing his job. Adding to this, the young kids who travel to hotspots like Malia, Crete, Kavos and Sunny Beach, you won’t be able to travel abroad so easily and have extortionate prices raises on holidays abroad, to which the EU allows us to have to leave such stress for multiple periods. Remember kids, you have a vote. Use it. This will be the only time you get your say and the only way politicians listen to common folk.
Just like you voted for Cameron under false pretences, do not be convinced of a ‘get rich quick’ solution. This is going to take time. If we leave the EU we will be putting ourselves back another generation. If Cameron had any sense he would retract the vote or admit he was “misinformed” of the situation and feels it better to stay at this economic time.
So, in a nutshell, we must stay. You are voting for the policy, not the person. Clegg has the correct implementation. Farage has the points. We can achieve the points by being IN.
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