I thought historically that we've always got on with the Portuguese and Polish?
Historically, the Portuguese thing is all about Spain, Poland - I think we may be falling out of love with them.
On having to
(because let us not think that this is a voluntary 'scheme') buy arms from the EU. From our politicians point of view; it's a 'one world government' thing and everybody is 'your brother' - nationalism is dead.
But all of our sea of troubles
will not end there, there is another threat.
Trouble is, this love your brother
thing has gone a bit too far because all bets will be off soon enough. It also will be an involuntary subsuming; it will be welcome to 'to another ideology' and one which is far more bellicose and this will happen via an internal strife, civil war and through demographic 'war' via the birth rate.
That is patently obvious but we aren't allowed to talk about it, the bloody world is too PC and who [EU Frankfurt School Stasi] is to blame for that?
We aren't even allowed to discuss the real threats anymore, that would be 'bad form'. Therefore, what we have done is to open the door and roll out the red carpet for [millions of] people inimical to our western ethos, traditions, culture and religion - clever eh? Not very clever really, the end game was never logically thought through. A massive social experiment, metamorphosed out of a meld of Socialist Utopian ideals and a determined effort [by the European political elites] to trash the west; "we were only following orders".... just EU multiculturalism gone mad and strict British adherence to all of the above.