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Monday, 29 February 2016

Here's the only way to escape the EU's clutches if we vote Leave.

I have recently read an excellent book, by London’s MEP, Gerard Batten. In it, he explains exactly how we can escape the hidden traps of the EU if the Leavers win the referendum on the 23rd June (2016).

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The 'blurb' on the back cover reads thus:

The Road to Freedom



As Britain moves towards Exit from the European Union, the author warns of a trap laid by the EU and how to avoid it. “The route to Brexit is a Gordian Knot of a problem that requires an Alexandrian solution,” he writes. Brexit (British Exit) from the EU is moving up the political agenda, but few have looked at the mechanism by which it might be achieved and the problems involved. The European Union's process of 'ever closer union' is fashioned like the jaws of a shark. The teeth slant backwards. Once inside the mouth the only route is onwards down the gullet to digestion. Membership of the EU has been deliberately constructed over six decades and six treaties in order to make exit from the EU near impossible. The author argues that the only real route to freedom from the EU is by means of unconditional and unilateral withdrawal.
There is a forward written by Professor Tim Congdon and Pavel Stroilov was Gerard' researcher on the project.

The book can be purchased here.

The paperback version is £7.99, but I paid more as it was offered with Gerard's signature at a recent event.

However, if you are a Kindle user, you can get the Kindle version of only £3.67.

Ampers

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