UK Referendum on Europe: Will it be too late?

UK Referendum on Europe: Will it be too late?

UK REFERENDUM ON EUROPE: WILL IT BE TOO LATE? – There are undoubtedly a number of benefits for the United Kingdom to stay in the European Union, but do these outweigh the issues imposed upon the UK through EU Legislation?

One of the UK primary problems, apart from having to pump billions into EU member states simply because their governments lack the basic skills to run an economy, is immigration.

There is heated debate at Whitehall over the up and coming speech that David Cameron, the British Prime Minister, is about to give to its European Partners.

According to David Cameron, the British people will have a vote on pulling out of Europe in 2017.

He is about to deliver a speech to the EU and insist that the UK’s involvement is more flexible and that the powers of decision making flow more evenly between the EU and the UK.

The speech is to try and force the EU into a more trade-based relationship and relay to EU Ministers that if talks are unsuccessful it is likely, considering the mood of the British people, that a referendum would result in the UK leaving the EU.

As the title of this article states… Will it be too late?

The UK is at breaking point, in terms of immigration.  The more people that flock here from poorer EU nations the more our social services, education, healthcare, welfare, housing and more is being put under strain.

We now have the highest violent crime rate in all of Europe, by an enormous margin, and much of the crime can be directly contributed to the ineffectual immigration laws and Human Rights Act, which makes it almost impossible to reject any claim to residency and access to our social services.

We are already aware that the ‘Right to Free Movement’ in Europe will come into effect in January 2014, which will open the doors to approximately 30 million Bulgarian and Romanian citizens being able to freely walk into the UK and live off the social system.

I honestly feel that the government is completely out of touch with reality.  A referendum in 2017 will simply be too late.  Our social system is already collapsing under the massive strain of ludicrous immigration laws and 2014 could well bring about the demise of the UK.

I fail to understand why it would take 4 years for the EU, if they accepted the UK’s new proposals, to bring this situation to a close.  What David Cameron needs to do is to cut to the chase and the EU is already fully aware of what is about to be tabled.  So why not simply table it, give the EU 48 hours to mull it over and come up with a decision and then initiate a public referendum.

There is nothing more inept than Government – it wastes billions of taxpayers’ money each year in time wasting, ridiculous schemes and most of all ineffective management.

I fear that by the time David Cameron actually gets around to implementing anything that would truly benefit the UK and its taxpayers, it will simply be too little, too late.

Just remember, while the rest of us will have to live with the failing of this coalition government, most of these lot are wealthy enough to just pack up and leave, so they won’t have to live in the hell hole that they have created for the rest of us.

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