Indeed many have been comprehensively outlined and busted on this website, under The E.E.C. at the top of the homepage and our Blog; A couple more Pro-European myths debunked, of 9/11/15.
But there's another one that keeps recurring and indeed a new one being disseminated and it's time we put them both down, as neither of them is factual and should not retain any credence.
I am fed up of the pro-European super state, liberal elite, repeating the nonsense about how it's the E.E.C that has kept the peace and furthermore, prevented further war in Europe since the Second World War.
What a load of codswallop.
N.A.T.O. has prevented further war in Europe and nuclear weapons have kept the peace.
Absolutely nothing to do with the E.E.C. and it's an insult to anyone with a functioning brain to suggest otherwise.
In fact, it couldn't be further from the truth.
The irony is that Europe is always reluctant to get involved or take any action, in any war.
I mean, let's face it, when exactly did Europe ever press for military action?
There's possibly only one time a European country has been faced with a threat to its sovereignty and consequently forced in to a war.
This was in 1982 when, through an unprovoked, act of aggression, Argentina decided it would invade British territory, by way of the Falkland Islands.
And what exactly did Europe do?
In fact, far from helping us, France actively sought to cash in on the opportunity to sell Argentina some more air to surface missiles.
This was the Exocet missile which were responsible for the loss of Royal Navy ships and the subsequent loss of life that entailed.
So much for Europe keeping the peace and preventing war and so much for our French European 'partners' that the liberal elite are so fond of calling them.
One other final insult and attempted kick start of a new myth was made by David Lammy M.P. on the B.B.C.1 Daily Politics show last week I think it was.
He claimed that soldiers of the British Empire had fought and died for the E.E.C.
Not Europe, as a continent, but specifically the E.E.C.
The E.E.C. did not exist then and indeed was not even thought of or proposed until after the end of the war.
The truth is rather sadder and somewhat ironic really.
The fact is that they died fighting to reclaim, reinstate and protect the future borders of the individual Sovereign nations of Europe; in fact, precisely those that now want to ditch those very borders and unite.
The E.E.C. has spent the last 50 odd years trying to remove the rights of individual countries to govern themselves and erase their borders.
Given that Hitler also spent a fair amount of time in pursuit of that and the fact his aim was a united Europe under Germany, the only really discernible difference is that Hitler wanted to do it by force, as opposed to negotiation.
What an absolute waste of life that turned out to be by the brave men and women that died fighting, in order that we could continue to govern ourselves then.
It's one thing (and a disgraceful thing at that) to insult to all those that died in the war, to now give up those very borders and independent rights, but an absolute travesty to even think of suggesting they died for anything less.