‘We need to talk about IREXIT’ Ireland should follow UK & quit ‘divided EU’ says professor

Wednesday, August 30, 2017
By Paul Martin

IRELAND should follow Britain and quit the European Union (EU), a Dublin professor said today.

Wed, Aug 30, 2017

The Republic should stage an ‘Irexit’ and leave the “deeply divided EU” along with its closest neighbour, Ray Kinsella said.

The finance professor at University College Dublin has lashed out at the EU, which he described as a “increasingly militarised political behemoth”, and urged Ireland to get out.

He said Ireland should drop its act of unity with the EU and break the taboo of discussing their own potential exit from the bloc.

Prof Kinsella wrote in the Irish Times today: “We need to talk about Irexit. Seriously. If you put your head around the door of any of the innumerable meeting rooms in which all things Brexit are being dissected, the one word that dares not speak its name is Irexit.

“The foolhardiness of the Brits? Yes. How badly organised and divided they are? Of course. How unrealistic their expectations are? Certainly.”

But Ireland’s own exit, he said, appeared altogether off limits for discussion.

He said the unified stance of the EU against the UK was merely a “charade” and urged Ireland to switch sides.

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