Friday, February 12, 2016

#EUReferendum Should Be Motivated By The Preservation of Liberty

Donald Tusk, the European Council president, implies that the EU is extremely fragile. Cameron's referendum, if allowed, would be copied by other EU members. Apparently, Tusk fears liberty, the right to choose without the freedom of control, interference, or restriction from other - a right Americans and Britons should understand better than most.

Britons should be demanding more. If Britain wants to leave the Euro, let them. The Euro's trend, despite a temporary flow of energy from positive to negative, a bullish trend over the short term (Review of Euro), is still extremely negative. The reality holds regardless of how many members adopt negative interest rates.

Headline: EU referendum: Donald Tusk says talks over UK changes fragile

Donald Tusk, the European Council president, said he had cancelled all his engagements to focus on talks with EU leaders and senior MEPs.

The UK hopes to win the backing of other EU countries for its draft reforms at a summit next week.

This could pave the way for an in-out referendum to be held this summer.



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