All very good - and quite accurate. Although wouldn't the same apply to you and your blog? You heap all the woes of the world onto 'the European Union' or 'Brussels', and then drive your scapegoat over the cliff. I mean, instead of simply criticising the European Union, perhaps you might provide some alternative ideas as to how the said Union - and its institutions, its directorate-generals and its agencies - could implement more effective policies... Here, of course, I'm sure you would respond that the whole edifice is permanently and irrevocably broken, but such a reply just doesn't wash. The EU isn't going to die or go away anytime soon, and Britain isn't going to leave. Time for some self-reflection, methinks.
Ah yes the old "not being constructive" about and "how would you reform?", "got to live with it" "realilistic" etc
With some things -- the Mafia, Triads, Stalin Soviets, Inquisition etc, you have to be against and not want to compromise.
Unless you beleive Good men should do nothing.