I move well through Europe because I am at ease with my ideas whilst learning from others whose companies and views I enjoy and often agree with. I doubt very much there are many fantasists on the scale of the swp as yourself out there, at least going on those I have known. All this pro and anti europe shyte is nonsense. We are distinct from Europe completely and always have been-and that is not an extremist or 'insular' statement, it comes from our unique history and more troubling colonial problems both past and present. less republican lecturers have said that in political economy classes I have attended, and I am a republican with a small r.
I won't be drawn into your ridiculous argument on Ulster considering those counties were always part of this island.
Its not a power hungry movement if such a move were to be voted on it would probably be voted down . The current set up benefits the corporate world at the moment, each country has a rate at which they can set tax. As was seen recently some countries pay a tax to a company in Luxembourg which it then writes off against tax in teh UK and no money goes to the exchequer. If we had a United Europe we could circumnavigate all of that and funnel the money into one central exchequer. We could ensure teh workers get a fair pay and reign in the companies abusing the system!
This is absolute drivel. You cannot hide where you come from,and you cannot escape your history-least of all Irish history, which is far ranging and thousands of years old and which cries out for a national right to determine its existence.
The Lord Jaysus, I feel like you are an advocate of a Brave New World. Abolish free states and control the resources and all will love their servitude. Your utopia would more likely become a dystopia. The EU is already there.
Right Im now definitely off the bed!