What the immigrant issue and the Greece bankruptcy issue has demonstrated to me is that the EU is more about corporate security and banker security than it is about people.
And I thought it had more to do with avoiding another world war started in Europe.
I still think the idea of a united Europe is a good one. But I've always thought that it was a mistake to go to a common currency. The problems that you are seeing, such as the influence of the bankers, is because of that mistake.
The Brits at least avoided the mistake of the common currency. I'm inclined to think that they should stay. But it isn't my decision to make.
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