As the EU’s pompous and not so good curse, fume and swear over the situation they find themselves in, and Dave’s suddenly finding a very nice opportunity, as explained by Richard North on his EU Referendum blog, the euro itself continues to get deeper and deeper into the mire of the Eurocrats own making.
The EU Observer explains the EU’s problems as the IMF rescue for the eurozone. It is well worth a read. Eurosceptics across the land are beginning to smile as a chink of light begins to shine through the door marked EU exit. Many of the letters in the Daily Telegraph (Tuesday 13th December 2011) see this as a great opportunity for Britain to improve its economy; we will not be “marginalised” or “isolated” as the Euro-zealots try to make out, as one of those Telegraph letters explains, you would not think that of one lemming that breaks away from the others jumping over a cliff, you would think it sensible to be looking after its own survival – which is exactly what we in Britain have to do.
The great EU unravelling has begun, but there is still a long way to go and enemies who have their backs to the wall can be the most vicious and dangerous, the EU and its acolytes are being pushed closer to that wall – we have to be ready for some really nasty and desperate fighting from them.