I do wish people at this site would either wake up to what is going on in Europe or just acknowledge they are politically illiterate STF up about UKIP. It seems we are importing yet another unfortunate trait from American and that the only positions people can occupy on any issue are the extremes. Thus because I say “Vote UKIP and get us out of the Euroreich” I am taken for a swivel eyed loon who supports a racist party (they’re not racist – don’t believe what Labour and Tory propagandists tell you, look it up in the OED).
Well actually I think UKIP are a bunch of amateurs but I’d rather be represented by amateurs who care about our country than by elitist traitors who have already sold out to fascism for the sake of securing their own ticket on the gravy train.
A friend, Ann Evans Wylie posted this:
by Abevanswylie @ 05.05.2014 20:20:20
“I read it and… had a good laugh. Sending UKip to represent the UK in Europe is like sending a pacifist to fight a war! Rolling with laughter!”
Don’t know quite where Ann gets the pacifist thing from, at least UKIP haven’t surrendered before the war begins. But I agree with ann, UKIP only have one real policy, get us out of Europe. But when the only policy the other three parties can muster between them is to smear UKIP as a bunch of racists, one actual policy looks pretty good.
So who should we send to represent us in Europe? Labour are committed to neo Nazi global government and all out war on the working class (and always have been – ever read Marx’s Communist Manifesto? – thought not, well read my take on the elitist left,Left Wing Intellectuals despise the masses) The Tories are committed to TPP and TTIP Corporate hegemony and the Lib Dems are committed to selling out to anyone who offers them a sniff of power.
As for the Greens, they’re nice people but politically they’re as naive as infants. I think some of them really believe singing Kumbaya will change fascists into anarchists.
D’you know who Herman Von Rompuy is. He is one of the (unelected) Presidents of the EU. There are three presidents, each with their own bureaucratic empire. Von Rompuy Pump has been openly talking about an expanded EU to include Ukraine, other former Soviet Republics, the Balkans and Turkey (just for starters) will be run by an unelected committee of bureaucrats in Brussels, you have a straight choice, vote UKIP or vote for fascism. Simples.
Not convinced? Here’s some background on Van Rompuy.
‘In an interview with De Standaard newspaper, Van Rompuy speaks about his dreams that all the Balkan states will join the EU. He calls it an inspiring thought that in the long term the whole of European territory outside Russia will be tied in some way to the EU.
He admits he does not know if there is public support for such a move, “But we do it anyway.”‘
What did he mean by that? Just think back to the French and Dutch referenda of the European Constitution and the Irish vote on the Lisbon Treaty (EU Constitution lite). All were overturned by the Euronazis because they did not deliver the right result. The people of Europe voted against further integration as a step towards a Federal Superstate, the Euronazis did it anyway.
You need more to be convinced. “Van Rompuy holds EU Election superfluous” (this page via Google translate from a German online news service.)
See for yourself what the EU President thinks of European democracy (remember is is via Google translate from a Flemish newspaper so the English can be a bit crazy.)
In an interview with the Süddeutsche Zeitung, the outgoing Council President Herman Van Rompuy gave a revealing insight into the importance played by the democracy in the EU today.
In short: none.
In technocrat jargon the Council President said when asked why hardly any interest in Europe for the European elections:
“There was always low voter turnout, from 1979 to today, well before the financial crisis and even before the euro crisis. The citizens were not so interested because it has not influenced their daily lives. ”
That is different today, replies the SZ.
“Yes, Europe is changing our everyday lives. And of course, the European Parliament plays an important role, at least since the Lisbon Treaty is applicable. But citizens also know that the big decisions are made not only in Parliament but also elsewhere. ”
The SZ, startled, because they would rather have really want to hear that they all should go as good democrats for EU election, asks: “Namely, where?”
“The European Council, under the Heads of State and Government. This difference between the Parliament and those who really decide is the citizens very clear.”
The SZ asks if the top candidate of a major party had the best chances to become President.
It is Van Rompuy’s credit that he all the mumbo to a “campaign” of two top candidates that beat a democratic election in which citizens have at least indirectly, the right to a say, refers to the realm of dreams. He does not believe in the idea of the top candidates, because the Europeans do not care about the EU Parliament. Van Rompuy:
“I’m not an avid supporter of this idea with the top candidates. This is, to put it mildly, influence the behavior of voters not great. The election outcome depends on many other factors, of national sensibilities that have nothing to do with Europe or the top candidates. ”
So with the three main parties having sold out to fascism, what do we do? Roll over and surrender our national sovereignty anong with 2000 years of culture and tradition, or throw Captain Mainwaring and his lads at them?
To anyone who thinks surrender is the right answer I have only one thing to say. STUPID BOY!
Additional Reading on the EU idea of democracy:
In 2012 Herman Van Rompuy was ‘elected’ to a second two and ahalf year term as as President of the European Council. This is despite the fact that no election appears to have been held and there was little mention of the event in mainstream media. His appointment by private acclaim underscores the farcical nature of the pretence that European Union institutions are democratic and accountable, rather than part of a vast supranational entity headed by bureaucrats and technocrats that rides roughshod over national sovereignty and personal liberty.
To get an idea of the extent to which these elitists despise the people over whom they exercise power take a peep as Van Rompuy Pumpy’s vainglorious acceptance speech made to a small private audience. Against a backdrop of economic turmoil from Greece to Portugal to Italy, with the very future of the single currency sill in doubt, the EU president remained in denial over the scale of the crisis.
Herman Van Rompuys Delusions of Grandeur Underscore the Folly of the European Project
In a way my job is to be the guardian of trust: fostering mutual understanding around this table among ourselves, knowing that for us together, our duty is to preserve the trust of citizens in the Union.
We are already harvesting the first results of our work on stabilising the Eurozone, for instance in terms of lower interest rates. But more is needed. Together we must bring Europe back on the path to structural growth and jobs. Exploiting the full potential of our great market. Using the EU’s central budget to foster competitiveness and employment. Investing in innovation, education and green technology, precisely when we reduce deficits. We must provide a positive outlook for jobs and prosperity, in fairness and in justice.
We must convince people across Europe that their sacrifices in these crisis years were not made in vain, that they are leading to results, that the Eurozone in the end comes out stronger: this has to be our biggest concern. It is our only way to win over the hearts and minds of the Europeans. Such a crisis must not be allowed to ever happen again. Ensuring this must be our legacy.
The word “Europe” has long been a sign of hope, embodying peace and prosperity. In the crisis, this equation has come under stress. It is my and our role, that Europe again becomes a symbol of hope. Of a better future for all.
I see something else around this table: a sense of common responsibility, the political resolve to continue our road together. I know you all share my deep conviction that the euro and the Union are irreversible projects. They support and embody the ideals of a peaceful, prosperous and democratic continent. It is our duty to continue this historical endeavour.
His whole speech can be read here, in terms of literary value it is dire but it confirms his total and utter detachment from reality.
Or going back to 2009, we see Van Rompuy Pumpy has quite a track record for making neo Nazi speeches and getting away with it.
New EU President Rompuy Announces 2009 as ?First Year of Global Governance?
You can say what you like about UKIP but clearly a vote for any party that is not totally opposed to the EU is a vote for the ultimate victory of Adolf Hitler.
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