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Why Did Britain Join The EU?

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Britain joined the eu as to improve the economy. To improve trade links with neighbouring countries and to have more allies. Also giving the uk more of an effect in world matters
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So multi national companies could expand their territory into the UK at the expense of UK business and the bank that issues the euro can get rich off the interest rates and own the people forced to use it. Another reason was so the profits from the sale of north sea oil could be "harmonized" with the rest of the EU. Membership fee of £41 million per day (and rising) would be charged and the money made un-accountable so fellow rulling elite can steal the money. First the politicians like Tony Blair had to be bribed this was done successfully. No vote could be given to the British public because it was known from research that they would say no to union. False proposals like a bill of rights were offered to the people but as of 2010 these still only exist on paper, after all this was not the original purpose of the EU.

The previous person to attempt European Union was a man called Adolph Hitler although many disagreed with his methods. In short the UK joined because of a cleverly orchestrated criminal conspiracy that is the EU.

Talking of criminals any criminal of an EU state such as a sex offender or a person wanted for murder can now go on the run by simply crossing the EUs open borders and enter the UK (as many have already done and continue to do).

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