It seems Europe needs us (to foot the bill)

I sent this email to the Daily Express. The version they published is below it:
Perhaps the rant by the President of the European Parliament (how many bosses does Europe have?), Herr Martin Schultz, should cause us some concern.
The suggestion that Britain leaving The E.U. will cause it to collapse, suggests that it is so fragile that it could cease to exist, taking us with it.
It also suggests we are so integral to that existence, that we are sacrificing ourselves to keep it in existence.
I have consistently thought of the E.U. as a millstone hung about our necks, now Herr Schultz is effectively saying the same thing.
Why are we so important?
Is it to do with the recent demand that Britain wake up and realise that running the E.U. is expensive; that David Cameron’s recent attempt to curtail its spending was, allegedly, short-sighted?
Is it the demand that we agree to give The E.U. more money, which we don’t have and which we are already dismantling our Army, Police, N.H.S. etc. to pay for?
Perhaps it’s to do with the rant by the E.U.’s Human Rights Chief, Latvian Nils Muzniek, who is effectively accusing us of race hate.
He wants us to shut up and allow an increased flood of economic migrants into the country and onto our benefits system.
These people would not only relieve the E.U.’s unemployment problems, they could even help supplement the economy of their own country by turning welfare Sterling into worthless Euro’s to be sent back to their own Euro-beggared homelands.
Our home-grown defenders of this influx can’t even claim that Britain needs them to substitute for our own, allegedly, work-shy population.
This lie is, once more, refuted by the numerous “shirkers” queueing outside The Whiteley Shopping Centre.
Surely even the most rabid Capitalist must be satisfied with the true level of unemployment, already being exhibited, as they advertise minimum wage jobs?
How many applicants for each job, do employer’s need, before they feel that Government is creating a suitable job market?
I, for one, am fed up with this abuse by European fat cats, which is made worse by knowing that the leaders of all three main parties want to continue being subservient to these leeches.
I hold no great faith in Dave’s “promise” on a referendum, should he somehow turn around Tory fortunes and regain office.
I doubt strongly that the support being gained by UKIP will turn into sufficient Parliamentary seats to prevent Cameron wriggling out of that promise.
I suggest that those, who are able to, should empty their bank accounts and buy convertible goods in preparation for the inevitable destruction of Britain’s economy by the E.U. and the pauperisation of its populace.
and published:
Europe is so fragile that it needs Britain as a prop
PERHAPS the rant by the president of the European  Parliament, Martin Schulz, should cause us some concern.
The suggestion that if Britain were to leave the EU this would cause it to collapse suggests that it is so fragile that it could cease to exist, taking us with it.
It also suggests we are so integral to that existence that we are sacrificing ourselves to keep it in existence.
I have consistently thought of the EU as a millstone hung about our necks.
Now Mr Schulz is effectively saying the same thing.

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