Now we see the EU for what it is: secretive, anti-democratic and alien. Those who love Europe should oppose it.
By Ian Dunt
I'm Eurosceptic, not Europhobic. I don't see how the other side managed to claim the word Europhile. Just because they love the EU certainly doesn't mean they love Europe.
I'm Eurosceptic, and a Europhile. I'm in love with the place. After university, I went travelling around the continent for a year. I started in Calais, and made it to Beirut (I overshot a little) before flying home. I am a proud European. I don't care what the name of my currency is, I don't care about the metric martyrs. You can weigh my vegetables in some newfound alien unit system, but as long as I get what I pay for I'll be indifferent.
I'm not a man of the right. I'm not a nationalist, or a xenophobe, or inward-looking. I'm mixed race, forward-looking, liberal and internationalist.
But surely today of all days, as the skies cracked open over Britain when the EU presidency was filled, weRead More »from Those who love Europe should fight the EU