Brexit or not

Jerusalem Post - - COMMENT & FEATURES - I. KEMP Na­hariya

With re­gard to “Re­buff Euro­pean Union threats” by David M. Wein­berg (Know Com­ment, June 3), while Eng­land barely keeps its head above water in the EU, June 23 is its last chance to claw back its free­dom, sovereignty and right to gov­ern, free from such a de­spi­ca­ble in­sti­tu­tion.

I would give much to be wrong, but the UK will likely vote to re­main in the EU, based on largely the­o­ret­i­cal false­hoods and threats fed to a gullible pub­lic that seems to think that things will im­prove by re­main­ing.

My “out” vote is hardly go­ing to be a de­cider, but if I am proved right, the tragedy is that the UK will con­tinue in an or­ga­ni­za­tion that is anti-Is­rael and con­trib­utes to sub­ver­sive Is­raeli NGOs while suc­cumb­ing to rad­i­cal Is­lam in all its forms.

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