Or it could show the difference between Nazi Germany and the EU, The former being an aggressive expansionist country founded on ideas about racial superiority and a willingness to imprison and kill its way to a better life for its citizens. Contrast that to the EU which seems to be inclusive rather than expansionist (remember that complaint that it takes money from some quite rich countries and dares to spend it on development projects in poor ones- or as it's more commonly phrased "we put in more than we get out"). To use FG's semantics- the EU has no prisons nor does it give sentences worse than fines.(at least that I know of)- to give a more honest comparison on that bit, the EU demands that members sign up to agreements not to use capital or corporeal punishment. Sometimes it is wrong to compromise- but do you seriously think it better to be strong and go ahead with Brexit? No - the EU is not perfect, it's not paradise- but consider what Brexit is offering? We can go out and strike lots of trade deals with any country (great for arms & surveillance sales)? We can cut regulation (you can bet it will be the ones you need)? We can spend and extra £350m a week on the NHS (remember how many lead Breiteers had spoken about privatising or charging for it)? What do you think Brexit will give us that we don't already have and that you actually want?