Brexit – the EU explained by bridges

Many may not be aware of this folly of the EU but it starts with the euro currency itself. All of the bridges that are printed on euro notes do not exist in Europe. The debate was had to put existing bridges on the notes but was rejected for fear of causing offence to EU nations who ‘missed out’ or were on lower denomination bills. Surely if a matter as trivial as this cannot be bridged (no pun intended) what hope has real integration got?

Good to see the English stuck the old war-horse Sir Winston Churchill on their new machine washable GBP5 note with the quote “I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat” . PM Theresa May would do well to heed this.

Begs the question why Baroness Thatcher isn’t due on a note. Perhaps they couldn’t fit

“(A unified) ‘Europe’ is the result of plans. It is, in fact, a classic utopian project, a monument to the vanity of intellectuals, a programme whose inevitable destiny is failure: only the scale of the final damage done is in doubt.”

“What we should grasp, however, from the lessons of European history is that, first, there is nothing necessarily benevolent about programmes of European integration; second, the desire to achieve grand utopian plans often poses a grave threat to freedom; and third, European unity has been tried before, and the outcome was far from happy.”

Not even this was short enough but boy was she so right!

“During my lifetime most of the problems the world has faced have come, in one fashion or other, from mainland Europe, and the solutions from outside it.”

We shouldn’t forget the EU’s Brexit bully Guy Verhofstadt openly said that the problem with member states is they are reluctant to yield sovereign power to the EU. His view was the only way out of the crisis is to cede more power and control to the EU. What a great idea. Give unelected bureaucrats more power to dictate to sovereign nations.

PM Theresa May might do well to build bridges with her own constituents rather than sign a deal which forces one way tolls. At the moment she sings to Verhofstadt’s tune. No doubt if she got her way then she would have a cushy job in Brussels.

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