/ PiS candidates are losing positions in EU Parliament
just pointing out the fact that you won't change a thing for the better if you leave the game.
Well, you are right but staying would have the same effect. In fact it would take Germany to inisaite any meagful changes as only that country has enough pull in the EU. At the very least it would have needed an active German support.
Howvere it seems that Germany is pretty much satfied with the way are at the moement. They even push for more of the same i.e. more functions of a state for the EU.
That is the crux of the matter. Putting cenatrl bank, common currency and so on before building nessery istitucion, laws and regulation for a single EU state wheater it be federal or anything else is errronus and is not going to work.
It like some 'elites' trying to inteduce a canteral EU state througt the back door and force it on the people by default.
It is not going to work. Not because I say so but for various practical reasons. There is an exmaple at hand how to build a country - the USA. It is enough to take a looksie at they approach in an attempt to make a country from different British ex-colonies. Some basic lessons to be had there. Nay, smartasses know better. Well they are not!
Why you think Poland will be better off that way is totally beyond me!
So far the EU proven to be a burden. Interfering into internal Polish affairs, supporting all that LGB....whatever revolution, that progressive nonsense too. Economically while taking idly about a common market and free this or that, French and Germans are fiercely defending their own - latest exmaple changing the law to stop Polish competitors (transport companies) defending their markets. Nobody was yelling about EU values and laws then, eh? Somehow the other way around is just fine and dandy.
I think there is an option for Poland. A realistic one and one that need to embraced. Well, there is still a large popular support for the EU in Poland and PiS is a pro-EU party too regardless what some nutters say. It is changing, hopefully it will change fast ...
So yes, I think Poland would be better off because EU doesn't go anywhere nice but to a tyrannical intuition ruled by force and coercion.