We can think for ourselves
I understand that we have a “secret ballot” of public opinion about our country’s continuing membership of the European Union coming very soon in order to settle any unhappy worries we may have about affirming or ending our agreed membership, and dragging ourselves out of this European Union or confirming and consumating it.
Whichever we overall decide to do now, I feel we have not been done well by those who claim daily to serve our interests and purposes.
Surely, in this real world, honesty and truth are being obscured deliberately for conflicting interests’ purposes and this one chance we have to decide we should exercise properly, unhindered by those who now have influence over us. No one anywhere, ever should assume we cannot think for ourselves.
It seems to me we are being treated like we are ignorant, having no judgement, pushed along in the correct direction, when I am fairly sure that most folks know exactly what they need, want and how to get it. A laughable situation if it wasn’t so serious for all of us and those we care for and hope for. David Berrie Wye Road, Boughton Lees, Ashford
On arrival they go to the top of the housing list, go straight on to our benefits, overcrowd our schools, our doctors’ surgeries and our hospitals. Over two million NI numbers have been given out already.
Our country has become an international hostel and our British way of life is perishing under the dictatorship of the European Union bureaucrats.
It is time to say no. It is time to take back what our fathers and grandfathers fought for to make our country free from foreign intrusion. Shame, shame, shame for forgetting all they fought and died for.
It is time to rule ourselves again and to make our own decisions to rule our country.
Vote leave, take back what is ours and make those fought for our freedom proud. Dave Vegas Willesborough and place an unsustainable burden upon future generations.
The EU leadership is a club for the rich and where entry is by invitation and not the ballot box. This makes a mockery of Magna Carta celebrating 800 years in the fight for freedom from authoritarian rule. Great Britain has gone it alone many times before and can do so again and come out stronger. Cllr Winston Michael Dexter Close, Kennington