TAP – Of course. That’s why her pedophile Ministers got rid of her.
Margaret Thatcher ‘wanted Britain to leave the EU’
Baroness Thatcher believed that Britain should leave the European Union, her biographer has revealed.
TAP – As if on cue – Telegraph Blogs
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Thatcher believed in the Common Market(EEC) in the ’80s you had to be in that to trade freely with Europe.
But in the late ’80s, she became aware of the direction that Europe was going in and started to resist the beast of the EC/EU.
In 1988 she gave a famous speech at the Bruges group – Wiki describes the BG as a Eurosceptic think tank.
You can read the speech in the following link, it is in parts, click on the subtitles at the top. However it is long and I would suggest you just read the foreward under the links which explains it all.
She was refusing to co-operate on the Maastricht Treaty and would not sign it. The Maastricht Treaty turned the EEC into the EC and was the forerunner to the EU and took us into monetary union – the ERM which we crashed out of, because it didn’t work just like the EURO isn’t working.
Which is when (after the Bruges Speech in 1988 20th Sept.) The Europhiles started plotting against her, Ken Clarke, Michael Hestletine, Geoffrey Howe, Francis Maude and others.
She didn’t step down because of the Poll Tax debacle, she was ousted by her cabinet ministers and senior MPs who threatened her a leadership contest if she didn’t step down.
The elites via their stooges (mentioned above) got rid of her because she wasn’t going with the plan. This is the problem with politics, our politicians aren’t in charge anymore, and if you do get a genuine one who tries to buck the system, they either end up evicted from office or dead.
John Major was put in as the ‘yes’ man. He was expected to lose the following election in early April 1992, so in late Feb 1992 (a month before the election) he did what he thought was his final act and signed the Maastricht Treaty and consigned us to the forthcoming EU.
Thatcher was not perfect, no one is, but she was the last Prime Minister that was honest and had some integrity. Those that have followed, Major, Blair, Brown and Cameron have all sold us on down the river.