Our friends in Europe

The barrier that is not really there:

Published by johnrobertson834

Retired Professor of Media Politics Not-for-profit independent political analysis

3 thoughts on “Our friends in Europe

  1. Dominic Raab, an Englishman complains about Donald Tusk, a Pole, suggesting Scotland would be welcomed as an equal member in a Union of nations—-while Mr Raab refuses to allow Scots a say in their own unequal Union.
    Mr Raab, a fanatical separatist, claims “Europe” will be upset by talking about Scotland gaining its independence from his fascist (“bound to the State”) regime. While the EU has disgraced itself over Catalonia, it WILL welcome Scotland if we wish to join—my preference is to be like Norway and trade through the EEA.

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