Britain finds itself bollocks-free at last

If the Prime Minister doesn’t call a referendum on the EU now, he will become a laughing stock

While a thousand other  more distracting things were going on, two days ago a meeting between 11 EU foreign ministers in Warsaw (not including the UK) demanded ‘ a new future for Europe’.  The Ministers called for a single, elected head of state for Europe, and a new defence policy….under the control of a new pan-EU foreign ministry which “could eventually involve a European army”.

In a direct insult to Great Britain, the Group of 11 declared that, in order to “prevent one single member state from being able to obstruct initiatives”, it was essential to put an end to existing national vetos over foreign and defence policy. Be under no illusions: as Bruno Waterfield wrote in today’s Daily Telegraph, ‘this would give the EU the power to impose a decision on Britain if it was supported by a majority of other countries’.

The move was led via aggressive lobbying from Berlin.

The plan, which far beyond Germany has the strong support of France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Holland, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg and Portugal, means that a British referendum on EU membership must now be an inevitability.

“For Europe to be a truly strong actor and global leader it needs a strong institutional setup,” said Germany’s Herr Westerwelle, and Sikorski of Poland, “It needs a directly elected president who personally appoints the members of his ‘European government’.”

Or ‘hers’, of course.

The Gang of Eleven also insisted that changes to European treaties should in future be approved “by a super-qualified majority of the EU member states”.

In a statement reminiscent of the Roman pervert Caligula, a Foreign Office robot  suggested that “this is one contribution to the debate, which is just starting. The United Kingdom will play a full and active role in that debate.” Except that the UK wasn’t at the meeting where all this insisting took place: it played an empty and inactive role in the insistence. Whatever a wrist can become when it is even more than limp, this FO response qualifies for the description. My God, what consistent plonkers they have been over the last 85 years.

What, we wonder, will Dave Cameo make of this? Very probably, nothing.

Britain is being frozen out of Europe, and must now therefore divorce Europe. We have little or nothing to fear from this move, beyond a relatively short period of difficult adjustment. But the current Prime Minister is not the man to lead us through that period, because he is a man of straw – a feeble apparatchik blowing helplessly in the piss and wind of the incompetent technocrats with which he surrounds himself….and whoever last gave him a large cheque.

Nor is the blond blunderbuss formerly known as Boris Johnson. He is a classicist thug with little or no awareness of what real Brits think, or indeed how the nature of exporting to Asia has changed since the Empire was lost, and Boxer rebellions were no more.

As for Ed Miliband, well: would you appoint the Deputy Head of the Languages Department as head of marketing for UKplc? No, and neither would I.

The sorrow and shame of all this is that – just as we need root-and-branch change in our political model – so too do we urgently require radical change in our export direction, and a complete restructuring of Britain’s manufacturing and agricultural balance.

I’m bound to observe that while you wouldn’t start from here, you also wouldn’t give the task to a useless bunch of onanistic coke-heads.

We are still by far the best and most dependable ally the US has. So tonight, America, you should be very afraid indeed.

58 thoughts on “Britain finds itself bollocks-free at last

  1. Unfortunately Britain’s financial problems are worse than Europe’s although I think the IMF has just enough money to save you.

    The Eurocrats have been touting the idea of a United States of Europe for some time.

    Expect parity with the Euro shortly.

  2. When today’s Daily Politics headlines the UKIP conference and the 2014 Euro elections,you realise that Andrew Neill,at least, in the Moscow controlled BBC,has his ear to the ground in the UK.One day,Dave may (only,may) wake up to the fact that to get elected ,you have to take a stand on an issue,and risk losing.

  3. Sorry John, but I think you will find that the “UK” WAS at the meeting. These ideas weren’t the incessant madness of our “friends in Europe” The initial idea was put forward by the Council of the Future of Europe – which is TONY BLAIRS Baby.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Council_on_the_Future_of_Europe

    I think you’ll find that none of this is any kind of “new” news to anyone in the Cabinet. Why do you think that the BAE/EADS merger is suddenly in the headlines? Wouldn’t be better that a new “European Defence Force” was supported by a new “European” Defence Contractor? Why did we scrap our aircraft carrier and now share with France? why do engineers applying to the Royal Navy Engineering college need to speak fluent French before they will be considered? Why did Dave scrap the Uber expensive Nimrod fleet then see to it the were destroyed the same week?

    Isn’t interesting that David Cameron stated at the time that sharing an aircraft carrier with the French had nothing to do with building an EU wide fighting force? Just another lie – they come so naturally to him…

    Why did Tony Blair insist that the first new Law he invoked was the removing of the Death Penalty from centuries old UK Treason Laws?

    Not only WAS the UK represented at the meeting John, but, Tony Blair was pulling all of the strings, because the only thing missing from his bow these days is an Army on call and available to go in and secure the resources that will make Tony and his little Bilderberg pals just a little richer.

    And, why not? The EU has stolen our Democracy, write 80% of our Laws. regulate our energy, food, fishing, borders, et al – isn’t the next logical step a European Army that can be called upon to crush any “popular” (notice how Barosso uses that word negatively in every speech he makes these days?) uprising.

    Given that the Treason Laws were changed over a decade ago, this is the long game coming to fruition and I’d suggest that the UK Government understands entirely what is going on.

    Or,Maybe, putting the UK’s Armed Forces under the control of a European Mad Man who believes he is the Messiah is a Great idea???

    • I couldn’t agree more. I was certain that the lack of an aircraft carrier was a prelude to asking France to provide theirs. I see one downside and one upside. The downside is; who do you think they will try to use as the infantry. The UK army will do the fighting and dying, while the German Army will be used to put down demonstrations that get out of hand in the UK, because they can’t be used to fight external wars.

      I can see that going down really well.

      However, the upside is that the European Army or whatever they call it, will be so inefficient and useless that they will find it far more difficult to get us to fight the sort of illegal wars that have lately been given to our armed forces. Or at least, that is my sincere hope.

      • Old Soldier, the European Army is to be used to upset NATO and piss off the Americans and you can bet that when it comes to crushing uprisings, half of Europe will volunteer to come slaughter the Brits because our “Friends” in Europe have never gotten over the shame of their own terrible national histories or how in the Last 100 years, Britain and the USA Twice had to save them from themselves.

    • PS – also, Who was it who gave away the UK’s EU Rebate for no return?
      Who was it that went into an EU meeting, overruled all of the evidence his Ministers had given him and DOUBLED the UK’s promised quota of production of renewable energy from 20% to I believe 50% by 2020???

      You got it in One, TONY BLAIR
      And, who’s Minister for Energy and Climate change paved the way for energy subsidies of up to 200% for this newly “announced” 50% renewable quota that is going to kill people this winter…. TONY BLAIR.

      The minister who set the tariffs and subsidies is well known to us all too – his name is ED MILLIBAND.

      (OK, back to you – sorry it was long, but it needed to be said).

  4. I’ve never been a massive Eurosceptic, but I do wonder, what are we getting for our 60 million a day payments to the EU? Certainly not power or influence.

    • The answer to that is very simple: Sod all. And actually it is worse than that: we are treated with contempt by the European political class, so it is high time we withdrew and let them get on with it. That would, of course, unbalance Europe.

  5. I thought that post was a wind up JW. I’m left speechless by the bad timing of any such idea for a european superstate. I’d have thought keeping the whole economic show on the road was enough to keep the powers that be occupied currently.

    What the hell is Denmark doing in there? They’re not even in the bloody euro. I thought they had more sense.

  6. It matters little what any respondent here thinks or desires, nor how loudly you call for a referendum. It is pointless to expect the government to work in the interests of the country or the man in the street, such are not the stakeholders it is beholden to. Those stakeholders, the political class, the governing class, big business, the banks, national institutions, political cronies and family, see their interests best served by remaining in the EU. Until that changes, there we will stay.’

    Our ‘democratic’ system offers no real democracy, it allows us to choose which party will re-arrange the deckchairs, not which deckchairs that will be re-arranged or thrown out or added. Even if there is a referendum it will be rigged to give the desired result.

  7. BBC R4 “History of the Future” featuring George Orwell this afternoon completely failed to even give a passing nod to the eu-SuperState.

    Followed swiftly by the ‘Archers’ wherein hordes of eu migrant workers are normalised into the national landscape and psyche via the patented R4 Middle England syringe …

  8. You may get a referendum on Europe but the question will not be straight in/out choice. As none of the political parties want to leave the EU it will be about negotiating a new ‘relationship’ with the EU. With all the backing of the BBC, the press and the EU money for the stay in campaign, there is no chance of us leaving.

  9. Britain?
    There is no Britain, at least not one I recognise. There is no way on this earth that any of the political crew are ever going to jump ship and trust their futures to the people of these islands. I only hope left field has a trick up its sleeve because if it doesn’t then the blue and yellow flag will fly from every town hall in the land before this decade is out.

  10. Hey all/John

    Long time reader – first time commenter.

    This issue particularly worries me. It seems entirely fair to me, given these circumstances, that the people have a say in this; a referendum, a simple ‘do you think we should stay in or should we get out…’ (I think if that were to happen the result would be – get out)

    I appreciate that in reality that is unlikely to happen. However, what do WE do in that event? Seriously?!

    If we, slowly but surely, are led by the media/political circus along the road to this compete loss of soveriegn power, are we going to just sit there and watch it happen?

    I am intersted in what you guys feel could be done, if anything. There are more of US than THEM for Christ sake. Can we all not just realise what will happen if WE don’t come together? Is this an impossibility? Surely not

    Those in charge (whether left/right etc – which in itself is simply a devise to make us bicker amongst ourselves about essentially nothing in the grand scheme of things) are failing us all on many very important areas. Surely we’re not just going to sit and allow it happen. There must be something we can do?

  11. It’s like a bunch of idiots deciding where to drive their car whilst its sitting in the driveway full of shit and on fire.

    In order for there to be a referendum on the EU, there needs to be an EU. That dog ain’t hunting no more.

  12. Any guest at a party who discovers that they are surrounded by inane bores discussing nothing but their last quick buck, drunkards on power looking thier next unopened bottle, and whores who will do anything for their next trick to keep themselves solvent for another day, would be very wise to beat a hasty retreat before they wake up in bed with something particularly unpleasent ………….. company that they would most definatly regret in the cold morning light…….Its getting terribly late and …..apologies but……….now is really the time to call that cab, Dave !

  13. A quick look at the link to the Council on the Future of Europe (see post above) reveals a bizarre list of founders. How can Delors and Bliar sit together? Or Roubini and Stiglitz ? It simply has to be a wind up.

    Back to the point, let me ask JW to address one question: do you really think that we have politicians in the UK of sufficient calibre to govern the country as an independent (i.e. outside of the EU) state? You only have to look back to the 1970s – the hopelessness of the Wilson and Callaghan governments; the social unrest; the lack of basic intelligence and leadership. Then we went onto the Thatcher years: whatever one thinks of the Blessed Margaret, we had to tolerate the hopeless Heseltine, Howe, Aitken, Archer, Hamilton and many other complete tossers.

    Much as I detest the anti-democratic cabal in Brussels, what’s the alternative?

    • MarkyMark: “Much as I detest the anti-democratic cabal in Brussels, what’s the alternative?”

      Well to be honest MM, I’d prefer to make a complete sh*te of it myself than have someone constantly overruling me in order that I should remain on a determined path.

      Freedom and independence are the words that come to mind.

  14. “The plan, which far beyond Germany has the strong support of France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Holland, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg and Portugal ”

    Shortly, you’ll be including Ireland on that list. Not the Irish people mind you. Just it’s Europhile, somehow elected, elite.

  15. Hello John,
    permit me to say this again.
    There will be no referendum. Cameron/Clegg will never agree to one. And if you think that Miliband will offer one, you really are going to be disappointed.
    We are in the Eu… FOREVER. There is no way out. I’ll take bets on whether the UK (or any part of it) manages to escape the Empire’s clutches.
    No event in history has been an accident. Everything that happens has been planned. Our views (us ordinary citizens) don’t matter in the slightest….everything that you see, hear and read should be telling you this.
    I know it’s hard to accept. I know it’s hard to believe that the people at the top could be so devious, but that’s how it is.
    You, and everyone else, have two options:- Accept what is inevitable. Or start preparing to fight. There’s no “third way”.
    Kennyboy

    • Kennyboy: “No event in history has been an accident. Everything that happens has been planned”

      I’m sure the Romanovs would beg to differ. I know, their fate was decided by the plans of others, but similarly, can you envisage a possibility where in the future, the EU is destroyed by planning from elsewhere?

      “You, and everyone else, have two options:- Accept what is inevitable. Or start preparing to fight.2

      I agree KB. And I believe it will eventually lead to violence. But I’m of the opinion it’ll be a long time before we get there. But we will.

    • ‘They’ can’t control everything. It’s doubtful they can control ANYthing.

      There are enough problems coming up fast that will make it impossible for the EU junta to control what 300+ million people think and do.

      The EU will implode, sooner than many people think. What’s propping up Bliar and co? A bit of money from banksters, nothing else.

      There are simply too many wild cards in circulation. Just look back on the last 25 years. The fall of the soviet union and the Berlin wall. Who planned that?

    • ” No event in history has been an accident. Everything that happens has been planned.”
      Kennyboy HISTORY IS CHAOTIC , that is why there is always hope .

  16. MM: “Just look back on the last 25 years. The fall of the soviet union and the Berlin wall. Who planned that?”

    Reagan, Thatcher and countless civil servants, apparatchiks, media moguls, industrialists, financiers, the Pope, to name but a few…..

      • I take your point Yana, however I feel western societies in particular are so distracted with TV and football and the like to become disobedient in any meaningful or threatening numbers to TPTB.

  17. The EU will become a superstate, and UK will be a part of it. It’s as inevitable as night follows day. And the masses will stay hypnotised and mesmerised by the corrupt, largely complicit media.

    It’s been said before but I’ll say it again — while there’s food on the table you’ll not see ANY large scale and consistent mass demonstrations in UK or anywhere in mainland Europe.

    They’ll continue to raid your piggy-bank but ensure your larder has enough to fill your belly — right up until even that’s beyond their control. Only then will the police and military forces be required to step in. But by then, it’ll be too late. Lights out will follow…

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  19. “But the current Prime Minister is not the man to lead us through that period, because he is a man of straw – a feeble apparatchik blowing helplessly in the piss and wind of the incompetent technocrats with which he surrounds himself….and whoever last gave him a large cheque.”

    What an accurate summing up of the character of the current PM.

  20. At the time when I posted this I assumed that David Cameron had no idea who these people were and what their agenda was. Now, I am not so sure. I don’t think I can give him the benefit of the doubt any more on this issue.

    http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=3&cad=rja&sqi=2&ved=0CCwQFjAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Fzoompad.blogspot.com%2F2011%2F02%2Finfluence-dodgy-journalists-can-have.html&ei=1h9cUOvcDoXW0QWTyYHgCA&usg=AFQjCNFJcwbaqFpw7HQgprJ-OXDhk-cbbw&sig2=c9EtEnYVYFJmJNHfRrhBjA

  21. Yes, time to pull the plug. I hear New Zealand is very nice this time of year. Also very far away so pesky relatives are less likely to visit. Sadly there is Australia in a disturbingly close proximity but the Tasman sea is full of Sharks so the Aussies hardly ever make the crossing. But there is plenty of room for everyone. Sheep all round to eat or whatever. Let the EU fans do their thing and become subjects rather than voters. Last one out turn off the light.

    • “Yes, time to pull the plug. I hear New Zealand is very nice this time of year.”

      Trouble is Sandy your country of origin isn’t interested in the likes of me unless I have north of a couple of million. I don’t or I would have moved there 10 years ago. And since 10 years later I actually have about a 1/3rd of what I did have, I’m not expecting an invitation anytime soon.

      How very sensible NZ is.

      • Look down the business/enterprise employing New Zealanders route. My top secret tip is find out how the selling of general insurance products works as NZ has a lack of financial services professionals. Or, Find out what else the country is short of and present yourself at the gate as a qualified person in that field

  22. And this as well. They all have their little secret agendas.

    http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=4&cad=rja&sqi=2&ved=0CDIQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fzoompad.blogspot.com%2F2012%2F03%2Fcash-for-lobbying-david-camerons-shame.html&ei=1h9cUOvcDoXW0QWTyYHgCA&usg=AFQjCNHFMvpJe1Ze-0RfLbmQKRDyJjaqZQ&sig2=w27h5Az3oYrAfSphiScX4g

    What they are really supposed to be doing is representing the people who have voted for them to represent them in Parliament. They are supposed to be humble servants of the people, not little kings and queens.
    I don’t think it’s asking too much of them all that they all do everything they possibly can to stop organised institutional child abuse. I dont think that is exactly asking for the moon. Instead, what I have found is evidence of them colluding with nasty people who have deliberatly covered up institutional child abuse.

    • Yes, agree as well. But very conflicted about what the outcome of Independent Scotland (and rump England) will be vis-a-vis relationship of these smaller entitities with eu. Small sovereign states ? Or newly acquired independence subsumed immediately and irrevocably into the eu-SS ? The independence of Scotland – which is desirable IMO – could sadly be one more ratchet-tightening of a “europe of Regions” … eu-SuperState …

      • ..as per the current Catalonia efforts to break free from Madrid and become a new state ‘within the E.U’ – poor bastards! tALK ABOUT FRYING PANS AND FIRES…

  23. UKIP are starting to unsettle the main parties. If you want a referendum, get behind UKIP.
    Please don’t respond that they haven’t a hope in hell of forming a government; that’s not the point of them. They could very easily oust the LibDems as king-makers in a coalition.

    • @MaxC … you are right.

      Nigel and Godfrey are speaking out loud with good old fashioned common sense … extremely rare in the EU/Brussels.

      I have never voted (out of my disgust for the political class.) for a political party in 60+ years … but will actually vote for the first time : UKIP at the next election.

      Listen to G. Edward Griffin’s interview on CaseyResearch …. 100% Govt. is the direction, unless the likes of people like Nigel , Godfrey and Dan Hannan can stop it.

      http://www.caseyresearch.com/cdd/g-edward-griffin-saving-us-totalitarianism

    • One prob with UKIP – who, for what it’s worth, I’d otherwise support wholeheartedly – is that Farage has completely failed to join the dots between nuclear power and the eu-SS. He blows off offensively about wind-farms, and bigs up nuke, utterly ignorant of the fact that the second founding instrument of the eu was EURATOM, the nuke power industrial complex’s means of propagating nuclear power as far and wide as the definition of Europe could be extended. And using that as a platform for further shores …

    • I don’t think they see eye to eye on most subjects or if they do they differ in their solutions.

      Unfortunately they are both, to a large extent, egoists. It is precisely because of this that the co-ordinated powers can continue to impose their will and policies on the masses. No ‘free’ thinkers will allow their ideals to be subsumed for any greater benefit and to present a united front.

      It is why the revolution will either not occur at all or come out of leftfield.

  24. “We are still by far the best and most dependable ally the US has.”

    Yo Adrian! What’s an “ally”?

    So tonight, Britain, you should be very afraid indeed.

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