Written by Angel Djambazki; Originally appeared at A-specto, translated by Valentina Tzoneva exclusively for SouthFront
Without any doubts this day is historical. The citizens of Great Britain announced their opinion; regardless of the enormous pressure, regardless of the whole hysteria, regardless of the propaganda to remain, regardless of Obama and Soros.
The result is a mark: for the behavior of the bureaucrats from Brussels, for the pride of the self-satisfied types who have never been elected by anybody, for talking on behalf of the nations, for their arrogance and bulling and the pretense that they know “what the people want”, for their refusal to consider and ask.
For their attempt to remove the representing democracy and the direct democracy.
For the suicidal politics of Brussels regarding the migrant crises.
For the insane politics related to the Turkish dictator who is a real threat to our continent.
For the attempt to present the union as a super-state; as “above Europe”, as United States of Europe. For the hypocrisy of the so-called ”left” and so-called “right” centrist political parties which are in fact one and the same and which must play together and work together.
And for calling all who are criticizing them “populists”, “extremists” and so on.
For empty words and silly talks.
For idiotic interference in delicate spheres of the public life.
For their brutal interference in the family relations.
For the mandatory gay-parades.
For the endless regulations.
For regulating the shape of the cucumber and the bottle of oil.
No, we are neither populists nor extremists. We love our fatherland.
The federal project died.
Is there interest for Bulgaria to remain as a part of the European Union? Yes, there is. They are interested in membership in a union where the national interests, goals and dignity are respected and considered.
The result of the British referendum says one thing: this political project must be renegotiated.
It is time for Europe of the homelands.