But I have some serious reservations about the discussions that will take place today and beyond. Not least because as the BBC goes on to remind people that, "the European Commission is currently trying to persuade governments to give up their veto in the area of criminal justice, arguing that it will help in the fight against terrorism."
Opportunist power grab
To me this is more about an opportunist attempt to increase the power of the EU than it is about combatting terror. I just do not agree that giving up control of our judicial system and being forced to adopt European models of justice is in any way justified by the threat we face.
Well, quite. Go and read the whole thing.
And, at the risk of being accused of monomania, can I just point out—again—that there is only one reasonable party that is advocating withdrawal from this mass-murdering, unelected bunch of corrupt, useless, hypocritical cunts. A vote for any other is a vote for the continued erosion of our sovereignty, our democracy and our ability to act in our own interests.
Again, I shall make this plain; if you vote for any party that is against withdrawal from the EU, then you are voting for the subsumation of Britain to a foreign power: you are a traitor and should be hanged in public whilst people throw cowshit at your twitching body.
I would like all of you to think about this every night before you go to bed: "if I vote Labour, LibDem or Tory then I am a traitor—to the Crown, to Britain and to the very concept of democracy—and I should be beaten like a pinata. For starters."