>bad faith lies
I have no idea what are you saying, but this is typical right-wing move to strengthen central government power. Without actually declining any basic human rights and faith in their "democracy", the eurocrats are acting directly to prevent their power slipping out of their hands.
>Euroskeptics aren't "right wing"
I did not generalize that, my braindamaged friend, it's just a lot of them are embracing the nationalism in it's most racist (i.e. inherently stupid) form.
The EU and America both have a huge chunk of their economies built on exploiting 3rd world countries, and the consequences of that aren't going to be solved by scepticism movements. Weither EU wins, or their opponents win, the Europe will be forced to take a stronger actions towards these nations and their people. The resources are being robbed endlessly from weaker countries, the immigrants are introduced to developed economies to take lowest positions in the society. Their frustration will be used by both parties, until they will be turned scapegoats by everybody, and there will be no justice left for anybody.
Surprisingly, it is not a new development in EU and it's allies at all, EU has been promoting fascist values by itself for a long time already - if you know how it has been treating its minorities. Do you know how many people were murdered by typical fascists in the European "years of peace"? Do you have any idea what regimes EU supports on it's borders? And after that they've got what, a Peace Nobel Prize?
By all means, I could agree with you - there's no "left vs right" in the "developed world" at any given moment. It is only "right right" vs "wrong right", where the politics are bickering over method to enslave everybody around them.