Having voted to leave the protectionist bloc known as the European Union, was it too much to expect our politicians to carry out the wishes of the people? Fearful of the public response, once again, it is all being done in a devious way, using the need to avoid a hard border in Ireland.
The Windsor Framework is a complete betrayal of UK sovereignty and leaves the border in the Irish Sea. Giving EU law primacy in Northern Ireland is going to affect the whole of the UK, incentivising the shadowing of EU laws. We are on the verge of handing back our powers to the EU all over again.
Unelected Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, may claim to have been a Brexiteer, but he was one that was so quiet that no one can remember anything he said on the issue. Now he is showing his true WEF colours.
Meanwhile, the EU themselves disbursed another €1.5 billion to Ukraine, with Unelected (notice a theme here?) President Ursula von der Leyen saying “(it) puts Ukraine firmly on its EU path by supporting reforms – good governance and financial stability, for example. Together we’re writing Ukraine’s future.”
The common problem here, apart from being shackled with leaders that none of us voted for, is the EU’s relentless quest for territorial expansion. It will not just see the biggest democratic vote in this country’s history overturned, but also extend the eastern border right up to Russia.
On the day that our puppet Prime Minister decided to send depleted uranium shells and Challenger 2 tanks to Kyiv, when UK forces are struggling for numbers, EU expansionism is proving very dangerous indeed.