Re: Wow, it's almost...
>It does - but one of the decisions can be revisited, the other can't.
You mean like... joining the EEC?
You do realise that when Juncker and Merkel argue for more sovereignty to be transferred to the EU, all they are saying is that people should not be able to elect governments to implement policies which the EU doesn't like. They are literally arguing against democratic government. The only reason to transfer powers to the EU, is to stop local (national) governments from acting in those areas.
Brexit being "economic suicide" is so ridiculously hyperbolic as to bring disrepute on the Remain campaign. Almost as bad as "people didn't know what they were voting for." Personally, I prioritise democracy over profit, not just in terms of the referendum, but also in terms of shunning anti-democratic institutions.