I wasn't going to blog tonight, but just read over on the Express an article about EU plans in implement direct taxation on the UK population, which has been on the books for a long time now, but something I am not so sure the wider public are too aware of (I may be wrong there though). But it was something else at the end of the article that caught my eye.
Cut to the end....
"A huge majority of readers backs Britain leaving the EU, the Daily Express phone poll revealed last night. Asked whether the UK should get out, an astonishing 99 per cent said yes.
Of the thousands who voted, just a few readers said the UK ought to stay in."
Perhaps not an accurate cross section of the entire population, but still, 99% is the margin Saddam Hussein proclaimed to be winning elections by; it is crazy that such a widely held opinion is still so completely and absolutely ignored by the party leadership in Westminster. At what point of resistance and contempt towards the EU must the people reach before we get REPRESENTATION in this country? If we chucked out every single MP at the next election, would we really get a Parliament that represented us any more fairly?
Now, more than ever we need a real EUsceptic representation in Westminster. MP's need to be reminded they are there to represent and defend us; not to feather their own nests and do as they please.
NO TAXATION WITHOUT FAIR REPRESENTATION.
Right, off to my bed for some recuperation, I swear my throat is so sore I might wake up dead tomorrow.