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« on: June 11, 2016, 04:24:25 PM »



Sonya Jay Porter


To start with, once we leave the European Union we shall return to living under a democratic government once more.   How many people realise that the EU's government is not a democracy but a form of dictatorship known as an Oligarchy, which is nothing to do with rich Russians, but means control by a small group of people who think they know better than the rest of us.


And everything else  --  justice, trade, employment, finance, immigration, defence, etc.  --  follows from this.


Once we Leave, there will no longer be a fear that the Napoleonic Code of justice, which is practised in most of the EU, will be introduced into Britain, doing away with our own Common Law and it's guarantee of a defendant being considered 'Innocent until Guilty'.   Nor will the European Arrest Warrant be used to force holiday-makers or business people back to jails in EU countries if they break an EU law, even if that law is not a crime here in Britain.  Once again, Britain can demand evidence before allowing our nationals to be extradited to a country in the EU just as it does for any other country in the world.


EU Regulations have all but destroyed the livelihood of our fishermen by restricting their catch and where they can send their boats.  Once outside of the EU we can regain our fishing rights as an independent nation, and as to maintaining fish stocks,  our own government can issue their own rules.   EU Regulations which inside the EU Britain has to abide by, have also destroyed our steel industry causing great loss of employment.


For the last 22 years, although it is not know exactly why, EU accounts have not been audited and signed off, but this means that we are unable to tell just how many billions of pounds Britain has paid to the EU and just where this money has gone.   We shall only find out just how much we have been paying per year once we Leave and then this money  --  however much it is  --  can be used as necessary.   We can build our own roads, subsidise our own farmers, increase money for education and the National Health Service as we, ourselves, think fit and not rely on the EU to return to Britain what it thinks it will.


And, once again, Britain will be able to control its own borders, allowing in refugees and immigrants as considered necessary and for whom there will be the housing, education and health services they need.   At present the Government says the country's population stands at about 65 million but, judging on the amount of food sold weekly, supermarkets such as Morrisons and Sainsburys believe it could be as high as 77 million already.


Another important matter to bear in mind is that of all the member states in the EU, Britain is the only one with professional defence forces, and with the current, dangerous, state of the world could the defence of the UK be weakened by their blending with the other, more amateur, forces?


As one member amongst 28 currently forming the EU and with more countries due to take up membership, how much influence shall we have in the future in this Oligarchy?  Under this type of Government you have no say, no way of enforcing an improvement in your life.   You have to rely on the good sense and good will of the dictators above you. 

And the European Commission are proving to have neither.


The Government of the EU may not be a full-blown dictatorship, but do you really want your children and your grandchildren to live under any kind of Dictatorship?   If not, the only thing you can do is to vote LEAVE.




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Sonya Porter (Mrs)




Dear Sir


The 'Desire to Leave the EU' also unites political parties (Desire to stay in EU unites parties 26.5.16). On Saturday 28th May the 'Leavers' had a stall in Commercial Way which was served by members of the Tory Party, the Lib Dems, the UK Independence Party and also people who were members of none.


The stall was extremely well visited, particularly by younger people who asked very relevant questions which were answered without any use of scaremongering.   One question which came up frequently was whether, if Britain left the EU, people would be able to move freely across Europe, the answer to which was that naturally we should, just as we did before joining the EU.   As then, all we should need would be a British Passport.


Visitors to the Leave stall were mainly polite and good-humoured and the only vitriolic and downright rude person was a businessman who was vociferous in wanting Britain to Remain in the EU simply because he was afraid he might lose his firm if we Left.


This man was clearly only interested in his own selfish interests and not those of the country at large, a pattern clearly showing amongst those who want to Remain.



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