France, Germany And Several Others Could Follow Britain Out Of EU

France, Germany And Several Others Could Follow Britain Out Of EU


Britain leaving the EU was a great first step in ending the disastrous EU experiment.

Immigration was obviously a huge issue for the people of Britain but it is an even bigger issue for the people of Germany.

The country has been absolutely ravaged by President Angela Merkel’s strange decision to completely open up the borders to absolutely anyone.

What happened?

An incredible increase in crime that has resulted in a full blown rape epidemic.

It’s bad.

And now that Britain has decided enough is enough, it looks like Germany might hold a vote of their own.

France isn’t far behind.

From The Sun:

Speaking to BBC’s Newsnight programme, the National Front president said her party has been given a boost by the result.

And she said she would call a referendum if elected.

In her first broadcast interview since Britain voted for Brexit, she commended “the courage of the British people who didn’t allow themselves to be intimidated by the threats, blackmail, and lies of the European elites”.

“For four years I’ve been demanding that a referendum be organised in France, to ask the French people what they think of the EU – if they want to leave.

A study by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), suggests far-right parties were looking to capitalise on Britain’s vote last week.

They include far-right party Alternative for Germany that has promised to a vote if they win power in the country’s general election next autumn.

“The result would be more exits. At the very least the Brussels bureaucracy must be radically reduced and the centralist regulation craze ended.

“The time is ripe for a new Europe, a Europe of fatherlands, where we peacefully trade with each other, maintain partnerships and respect the will of the national sovereignties.

“One can only warn the German government not to fill the missing British net contribution with German tax money and thus continue the political fallacy.”

Great news.

The article points out that other countries like Denmark are interested in leaving as well.

Sovereignty sure seems to matter to people in Europe doesn’t it?

What a crazy idea…