Far from pursuing national democratic ideals, the corrupt elites of the U.K. sought to overthrow democracy and sovereignty and make the British public subject to a vast, distant, unaccountable bureaucracy that would overthrow the local will and needs of the people in service of an EU empire. Brexit is the fed-up British public’s resistance and desperate effort to restore democracy and national sovereignty against the will of totalitarian bureaucrats at the beck and call of international bankers.
Almost all of the shocking predictions – from the loss of British sovereignty, to monetary union and the over-arching powers of European courts – have come true.
But damningly for Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, and all those who kept quiet about the findings in the early 70s, the document, known as FCO30/1048, was locked away under Official Secrets Act rules for almost five decades.
The classified paper, dated April 1971, suggested the Government should keep the British public in the dark about what EEC membership means predicting that it would take 30 years for voters to realise what was happening by which time it would be too late to leave.
That last detail was the only thing the disgraceful paper – prepared for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) – got wrong.