Vladimir Bukovsky's illuminating arguments against the "soft" totalitarianism of the European Union are well known. (In fact, I discuss them in American Betrayal.) If you have not heard him point out the many startling similarities between the EU and the Soviet Union, do watch this short video.
"There is an alternative to being ruled by those two dozen self-appointed officials in Brussels," as he has long said. "It is called independence."
On asking Bukovsky for a comment on the Brexit vote for British independence, the first forceful strike ever against the post-WWII, global, New World Order, he passed along the following:
On deck: Nexit and Frexit.