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Some interesting points but very one sided narrative
on 11 January 2015
The central point is that freedom is intrinsically English and that England is sacrificing this to the EU, with terrible consequences. While I believe some interesting points were made, I generally found the argument to be rather tenuous at times. It read like it was written by a politician, with "facts" shoe-horned to fit a preconceived idea, rather than a genuine attempt to analyse the origins and future of freedom. His delight at the controversial alliance of the western five eyes intelligence agencies is bewildering considering the extent to which they have circumvented their country's privacy laws by agreeing to spy on each other's citizens.