Brriton Entering The European Union Case Study

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Briton exiting the European Union It is half past five in the morning September the fifteenth and people are anxiously waiting for Nigel Farage. Around six, a black jeep slowly pulled in front of the BBC TV station in Westminster. The driver of the car walked out from his seat and took few steps towards the left side of the passenger door. As soon as the driver swung open the passage side, Nigel Farage a middle aged man with gray hair and a bank clerk 's suit walked out of the car and proceeded to the BBC building reception area. Until recently, Nigel Farage came to interviews alone and on a public transport. Now he has a driver, a personal assistant and, he is considered as one of the biggest political media stars. After a quick interview …show more content…
Every morning, Farage drives his car to the English Channel and heads his way to the European parliament in Strasberg. At the border checkpoint between France and Briton there are no border guards. He passes through the border without showing a passport. When Farage drives his car on the shuttle he feels quite exited even though he has been doing it for a long time. Fage admires Europe’s unique culture, History, and language. Instead of reflecting this unique culture and history the European Union has been working on a project of uniting the different countries of Europe in to a single federal super state. The European Union was primarily established to open up the European economy for trade and commerce, but Farage thinks it has done the exact opposite. There is a big wall that is increasingly being built around the European Union diminishing the Europeans opportunity to tread gods and services with the rest of the world. The EU far from being a free tread zone it increasingly resembles a protectionist block. For this reason many British citizens are demanding to exit the European union “The European Union (EU) is a unique international organization that focuses on cooperation between governments. It comprises a set of common national institutions established by the member states, each of which gives up some of their sovereignty, to make decisions …show more content…
(László, Deakin) The union contains twenty eight counters with one governing body, once a court of justice, the same currency and one flag. However the politicians who favored the EU knew that citizens would not willingly surrender their freedom to become just a province in a vast European super state. So the politicians conspired to keep the truth from the people. Fast forward to 2016, EU has achieved most of its objectives. Nonetheless, most Europeans are now waking up to the truth. According to a recent documentary movie by WAG production shows that “The European union has become undemocratic institution led by unelected officials. In the long run the EU is drifting towards extremism and economic decline” (Nigel Farage, Simon). For this reason, counter like Britain are taking the right steps to break free from this unholy Communion called the European

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