June 28, 2018

No, BBC: The EU IS punishing us

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

The BBC reported today that the European Union is growing tired of a lack of progress made by Theresa May and the British government.

They are right, of course:

Parliament still can’t decide how to move forward with Brexit and Theresa May has faced constant struggled to even get the EU Withdrawal Act passed.

But in a video in this article, the BBC suggested that the EU isn’t punishing us. That’s wrong. The EU has a long history of punishing member states, and they’ve been punishing the UK ever since we voted in 2016.

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commented 2018-06-29 23:06:25 -0400
Andy Neimers—-I keep in touch with most Western Countries, and I always ask myself, how did the modern UK get so far behind of the 70’s UK with their Values, Culture and History.
The answer always seems to point to Tony Blair and his many hard to repair mistakes. The same will happen, as History peels back the Obama Onion, and many illegal schemes will appear.
commented 2018-06-29 03:48:31 -0400
Interesting to observe that countries like Poland, Hungary and Italy are showing more guts in keeping their national identities than the “mother country” of parliamentary rules…
commented 2018-06-29 00:55:15 -0400
Freedom 4’ UK!
commented 2018-06-28 16:38:17 -0400
The big problem is Theresa May herself. How can she negotiate a Brexit deal while being a Remainer. They should have used Nigel Farage as a negotiator.