September 28, 2018

Macron Wants Britain to Stay in the EU

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

I’ve seen some reports about Macron wanting Britain to stay in the EU, and thought I should clarify the real story. I’ve read that Macron has said that he “for sure” wants Britain to rejoin the EU, but that’s not really what happened.


I’m not saying he doesn’t want us to stay – I’m certain he does – but the real story is that he would “for sure” welcome Britain back to the EU if we had a second referendum.

THAT’S the real story!

And I think his attitude reveals a lot about the way he runs his country, and the way the EU runs the continent.

They don’t want dissent – and they don’t care if we do dissent.

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commented 2018-10-01 10:35:27 -0400
None of these politicians care what the people they have a responsibility to think. This is becoming evident in the west. We have to do something about these little dictators. I too remember when it was first discussed, Macron was probably three. I thought, how are all those countries going to agree to the same rules, not even understanding all that membership to this ‘union’ would have to be given up.

Maybe no deal is better than a bad deal. I hope the UK can extract itself. I feel it has to in order to survive.
commented 2018-09-28 15:43:44 -0400
Probably get Poland, Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic and maybe another East European country to join in right off the start. Denmark to follow, and maybe (probably) Italy and possibly Spain.

The EU made no sense to me when I first heard about it when it was still in discussion. One currency? I immediately thought of Greece vs the UK economy. Where is the financial balance? I also heard about an EU army of France and Germany – a recipe for disaster if ever there was one. Good thing that hasn’t come to pass.