We have nothing to lose but our chainsby John Michaelson / April 15, 2016 / Leave a comment
At times, radical action is the most prudent option. For Britain, leaving the European Union would be a safer course than staying in.
The vote on 23rd June to decide whether the United Kingdom should remain in the EU is the most important decision that the British people have faced in decades. Unfortunately, its significance is obscured by political gamesmanship, hysterical headlines and largely irrelevant assessments of short-term impacts.
Unless Britain votes to leave, the EU’s top-down governance by elites will be increasingly imposed on this country. The 21st-century world economy does not lend itself to the central planning and cozy relationships that are hallmarks of the European system. Within the EU, Britain is tied to a static economic system dominated by outdated social welfare structures and obsolete industries….