They voted on treaties and enlargement of the EU ... not to leave it, quite the opposite. France was one of the founding members lol...do you re-read your posts before you post them ? You should.
Get your facts straight if you're gonna get all emotional about it.
And for the record, when you state "over half of the people of europe would vote to leave the EU if given the vote", then directly move on to the aforementioned quote from my previous post, then it looks like the two are directly related; it looks like you were referring to referendums to leave the EU.
My reply was to Render - in reply to especially the bold highlighted above in the first quote. first and foremost he as incorrectly quoted me. for the fourth time, i did not say the referendums were on leaving the EU. go back and read my post. He says i should get my facts right, he hasn't even quoted me right. and seems to be replying to the voices in his head. followed by am getting emotional. - it is he who is getting emotional spending twenty minutes copy and pasting. thinking hes making a point, but i'll keep my powder dry.
As for you Expand. its not my fault you have interpreted it wrong. i thought the space left in between would be sufficient. just like now, - i can see were the mistake can be made, but then again, to anyone whose been following the European Union debates would instantly know, without interpretation what the following refers to - The French said No, the Dutch Said NO and the Irish Said NO. - even now instantly you should realise what it refers to? no?