Europe Says Eff U To Democracy

Only the Bureautwats of Brussels would be unable to see the joke in calling their new financial integration treaty the F U treaty.

But in their defence the Brussels mafia are as unfamiliar with humour as they are with what constitutes democracy. Ireland used to have exemplary rules on the implementation of neo – Fascist assaults on it’s sovereign powers by the Eurotwats. The Irish constitution stated that there must be a referendum on any new measure that affected it’s sovereignty. It also provided for the distribution of a summary of each side’s case to every household and a fair allocation of broadcast time. In order to get the Nice Treaty (a slightly disguised version of the Lisbon Treat which the Irish rejected) ratified by the voters, these rules were altered, basically making it a civil offence to tell the truth about what the new rules would be to Irish sovereignty. All Irish referendums, not just those on new EU federalist laws, are now conducted in a biased way.

The F U treaty (or financial stability pact as the BBC like to call it) poses two questions. First, are bank bailouts right in principle? Ought taxpayers to rescue financiers from the consequences of their incompetence? Second, even if they are right in principle, is it fair for Ireland to be stuck with the bill for propping up the entire European banking system?

The case of the pro Federalism, Pro-Treaty Forces is to say: ‘Never mind the bollocks, if you vote “No”, the E U will not lend your crippled economy any more money, so F U.

Ireland is the only country allowed a referendum. All other nations only require the vote of their Parliament to ratify a treaty that will effectively make their nation a province of Greater Germany. And politicians are such weak self indulgent creatures it is easy to guarantee their support by videoing them taking bungs or in compromising positions with prostitutes procured by Dominique Strauss Khan Associates Ltd.

If you think this is just anti New World Order hyperbole, look at this website a supposedly a factual resource funded by the Irish government. It is so extreme, so blatantly biased it even makes BBC Radio Four’s Today Programme look fair and balanced. counterproductive.

Why should Irish voters rely on their government, deeply in thrall to Brussels, to interpret the the ‘Stability Treaty’ for them when the clue is in the name.

Eff You.

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6 thoughts on “Europe Says Eff U To Democracy

  1. Democracy, in its topsy turvy and extreme form, has rendered Europe vulnerable and open to abuse. Everything in extreme is bad!

    As for bailing out banks – no, why bother. Let them fall. Others come in their place, or other systems will replace their failed one. That’s moderate democracy and I am all for it.

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    • I’m in favour of abolishing party politics, no whips office, no donors, let candidates fund their own election (with strict rules on spending to aviod giving the wealthy an advantage)and after an election give them a couple of weeks to sort out informal groupings and elect a Prime Minister.

      And you’re right, we should not bail out the banks, nor should we bail out basket case countiries to save banks from taking a hit when said countries default.

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