Reblogged from from johncoxfortorfaen.wordpress.com
It’s the most measured offering I’ve read about the EU referendum. It pretty much highlights how I feel about the referendum and our ‘options’. I’ll be voting to stay in with a heavy heart, I doesn’t feel like a democratic choice.
I’ve written on this topic before and remain unpersuaded. The ‘left case’ against the undemocratic and built-in anti-socialist structures of the EU is as valid today as for the last referendum – but the consequences of “Brexit”are frightening.
I agree with “Attila the Stockbroker”, writing in the anti-EU Morning Star, that the “Exit Left platform demanding a vote for Britain to leave the EU is a very powerful, indeed almost watertight, argument…. The EU in its present state is a bosses’ cabal, a device to ship cheap labour around Europe and a facilitator for the odious TTIP agreement which will give a free rein to bankers, increase online surveillance of ordinary citizens and allow multinationals to sue elected governments who threaten their profits. What they did to Greece is unspeakable.”
But he then goes on to argue that “withdrawal from the EU will put this country in an even worse position…
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