It will be contradictory to you AK because, frankly, you can't sometimes 'see the wood for the trees'. My argument for Brexit doesn't center around the economic case as important as that is, it centers around the necessity for GB to govern itself and to be responsible for its affairs in a way that hasn't happened for the last forty or so years.
Article 1 of the UN Charter specifies and enshrines the right of national self determination. Is GB to be denied that ? No, of course not. We are not of the Continent - as much as you might think differently. We are not France or Germany or Italy or remotely like any of the other EU members. We are an outward looking international maritime power who, more than any other nation on Earth has shaped the way the developed world and much of the undeveloped world to-day lives. We cannot be subservient to another power or congregate of powers.
And much of the electorate of Britain are aware of that and voted accordingly. Thank Heaven.