In response to Karen Harradine: How British cash helps fund Chinese concentration camps,
Supranationalism is a great way for elites to avoid accountability and divert taxpayers’ money into their own favoured schemes, enriching their friends in the process and helping them to get these kind of high-paid, high-prestige jobs when their political careers come to an end.
The EU is often central in our minds, both due to Brexit and the sheer scope of it, but we should not forget many of the other leftovers from the post-WW2 era. The World Bank, the IMF, the UN and NATO have all outlived their usefulness. Post-Brexit Britain should be seriously considering leaving them all.
Far Canal wrote:
The largesse of this country defies belief. How much better would this country be with strong borders, well funded military and better elderly care?