The June referendum is about a European Union that has not been radically reformed.
Whichever side wins, this country is likely to be ruined.
If we had a globalised EU, it would spell virtual chaos or our world run by commerce and plutocrats.
In the long run, which is what we are concerned with, the environment and localised or national societies, cultures and populations, need priority.
If technology continues to advance, and is kept under control, we will have the goods we need and can be sustained.
Perhaps only a collapse of the present EU provides any hope for the reform that is needed.
R W Standing
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