For centuries Britain has been a beacon of the western world - politically and economically. Even the leading figures of the French Revolution closely studied the advantages of the British Parliamentarian System and learnt from it. German industry largely profited from the glorious achievements of the British Industrial Revolution and turned them into their own success. But where does this leave Britain?
Britain does not need to hide behind the states it has given more to than it has ever been properly credited for. Certainly Britain can do better than this!
Yet don’t be duped by those political leaders who want to take Britain out of the EU. They are simply too weak and faint-hearted to take on the many backward orientated states of the EU and consequently will not be strong enough to steer their own country through the even rougher waters of our present turbulent world.
A Britain that is not strong enough to firmly take the lead within the EU is not strong enough to survive on its own in our rapidly changing world.
It is men like Boris Jonson who should not chicken out of the EU. They should instead use their brilliant brains to put Britain at the head of the European Union by firmly voicing their outstanding plans for a better future for the European people. They should do this from inside the European institutions in order to convince the European people by strong arguments supporting democratic processes that are so typical of your country, thereby winning the European people over to your side!
However, for once it is not your “leaders” who decide on your future. This one time it will be you, the British people, who determine the future course of your country.
So think, before you face the brink, before you vote!
Say “Ja” to Dexit
… and Germany will be
an Island of Bliss!
THIS is our last chance to remove ourselves from the
undemocratic Brussels machine ... and it's time
to take it
An interview with German Euro-sceptic
Michael Zoff MdB
The Notorious Rhyner
- Herr Zoff you have been campaigning for a long time for Germany to leave the EU. You did this as a part time politician and responsible citizen of your country. Now that the German referendum is very shortly going to take place can you explain to us your particular point of view?
“Yes, I believe we should take back control of our national economy. Germany would be better off if it trusted the leaders of its own country, accountable people who would spend the money in the interest of the German people. One of the things with the leaders of foreign countries is that they would never accept a curtailment of their sovereignty in the way they have curtailed German sovereignty over many decades. Don’t pay any attention to what foreign politicians say, pay attention to what they do. The truth is that the American president, for example, would never accept a court in Mexico decreeing what the law in the United States should be. I am not asking the German public to trust me, I am asking the German public to trust themselves. I am asking them to take back control of their destiny from those organizations that are distant, unaccountable and elitist. I have faith in the German people to take the right decisions.
Those who say we should stay in the EU have a vested interest. The majority of the German people are suffering from our membership in the European Union. Their wages are lower than they could be. The European Union depresses employment and destroys jobs. The EU has financially hollowed out communities across our country, has contributed to lower salaries for working people and has also insured that young people in our country don’t have the job opportunities they could have if we were out of the EU.
A majority of the German population is suffering from the EU. Every year we give billions of Euros to the EU, billions of Euros we should be spending here. German taxpayers are handing money over to the EU that is spent on Jean Claude Jucker’s expense account, his private jet rather than it being spent on our health system and our priorities. I don’t blame all the problems of Germany on the EU, but every week we send more than 450 million Euros to Brussels. In other words we don’t have control of that money. There are billions of Euros we send to the EU every year and as the institute of fiscal studies has pointed out if we took that money back we could spend it on our own interests. Some of the Euros that go to the EU may be spent on our behalf, but this is done by people – and you can’t deny that – who are unaccountable, unelected and who we can’t get rid of. I think we, the German politicians - eh, I beg your pardon - the ordinary people of Germany should take back control of that money.
We should not be on the side of the undeserving rich we should be on the side of the ordinary people. In the European Union we have a market that is rigged in favour of the rich and stacked against the poor. I think that is wrong.
Outside the EU we can become richer, safer and free at long last to forge our own destiny — as other great democracies already do. If we stay, Germany will be engulfed in a few short years by this relentlessly growing monster called the European Union. For all Merkel’s witless assurances, our powers and values WILL be further eroded. Staying in will be worse for immigration, worse for jobs, worse for wages and worse for our way of life. Greece is bankrupt. Italy is in danger of going the same way, with even more disastrous consequences. In Spain, 45 per cent of those under 25 are out of work. And numerous even poorer and worse-governed countries are now joining the EU. It’s time for us to leave!
We are a strong country and we will see our way through. The day after the Dexit we can pass legislation which would limit the power of the European court and parliament in our country. We would again have the ultimate say about our laws. I think we should say to them, I am sorry you have had your day, unelected unaccountable elites I am afraid it’s time to say you are fired. We are taking back control.
Leaving the EU means we will reassert our sovereignty — embracing a future as a self-governing, powerful nation envied by all. A vote for leave is a vote for a better Germany.
- Thank you very much, Herr Zoff.
Satirical text almost literally inspired by:
and skyNEWS interview with the Lord Chancellor, the Rt. Hon. Michael Gove, MP.
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