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Wow. This is A real game-changer. 2 or 3 million of us will have to have a serious think about our priorities. (1) - Do we continue to vote for the ONLY party that stands a chance of rescuing Britain from disaster at the hands of the EU? (2) - Or do we allow Britain's treacherous pro-EU Federalists to strip the British people of their right to choose - and remove - those who seek to Govern them? I shall give careful thought to this over the weekend. .
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Meanwhile, down at the Liberal septic tank ! I mean, he went through his list of proud achievements and aspirations, and I heard NOT ONE that I didn't find abhorrent and against the national interest. I tell a lie. I did like the fact that the Liberals brought in the smoking ban and stopped people slaughtering innocent creatures for pleasure. What? That was Lab...? Oops. The odd thing about Liberals is that when you hear them talking, or should that be fantasising? And you hear naivety, stupidity, irresponsibility, hypocrisy (democratic values?), incompetence, childishness, delusion and absolutism - you must understand the fact that, they actually BELIEVE all that stuff. Oh yes. Liberals may inhabit a world where, in their opinion, everyone else is wrong, and they are only ever right, but remember that there are plenty of people in mental institutions and secure prison wings who think the same way they do. I would like to end this comment by saying that it is the end of the accursed Liberals. But I can't. .
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Wants to live as a woman? For that, if he was in the UK, the Liberal-left would either give him a softer sentence, or release him altogether. Not that he'd have got anywhere near 35 years over here. .
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How perverse and hypocritical it is for someone who hides behind a pathetic pseudonym to call Mr Farage, who hides behind nothing, a closet ANYTHING ! You are a disgrace. And if I was Nigel, I would be demanding to know your identity in order to make you issue an apology for making such a spiteful and unsubstantiated accusation. .
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Is it a nightmare? No, it is reality. The voters roundly REJECTED the Liberals at the 2010 General Election. Yet they are in Government, pushing THEIR political agenda, as opposed to acting in the national interest at all times. And the end result is that Britain prospects will at best stand stagnate, and at worst, suffer more irreparable damage. The sheer, brazen, arrogant stupidity of this man, who tries to convince us that the veto to protect Britain's national interest is a necessary safeguard, but that it should NEVER be used under any circumstances. A gun without bullets, no less. And then he talks about that old soldier, the 3 million jobs that depend on membership of the EU. He does NOT talk about the millions of jobs that have been LOST because of the EU. Nor that the 3 million jobs he talks of are more likely now to be the jobs of those EU workers working in the UK because they can't FIND jobs in their own countries. Nor does he talk about the unsustainable financial & political COST of being members of the EU. Is it possible that, not ONLY are supposed Tories happy to allow the Liberals to continue Labour's task of dragging Britain back to medieval times, but that they sometimes even actually shake hands with these vermine? .
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They will try to get Cameron to sign up to a Pan-EU Economic Over-sight Treaty, but I think Cameron knows - FINALLY - that he can't treat people like idiots by saying something that he knows will be circumvented by technical, and/or covert means. .
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Ed's message is pathetic, but it is CLEGG's which has me more concerned. Clegg's 'message' tells me that he and his colleagues are going to bite the bullet and play the long game. That they have FINALLY realised that the voters welcome a more Conservative agenda, and that it would be futile and damaging for them to go too far against that tide. That Conservatism, such as we have, is the most likely recipe to repair Labour's damage and return Britain to prosperity, and they stand their best chance of gaining credibility if they attach their horse to the Conservative wagon. In other words, it looks like Clegg and Ilk have decided to try - again - to be the party that holds the balance of power in 2015. .
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A way to bring Britain back to the fold? A sort of 'kiss & make up? It just shows that they really don't get it. Yesterday we had the truth from the German Foreign Minister. In the joint press conference with William Hague, he admitted that Germany regarded the EU as essentially a political movement, and then went on to proffer a naive raison d'etre for the EU, that is designed to stop wars in Europe. Actually, I wonder whether he meant, 'to stop German aggression in Europe'? Either way, it seems that the British people are being forced - against their will - into a political union, contrary to the assurances of our lying political representatives, largely because the Germans either don't trust themselves, or they are making us pay for their own guilt. The irony which seems to escape him is that nationalist terrorism and violent protest is MORE likely to happen if you forcibly strip people of their ability to choose who governs them. I have to admit to being very happy that George Osborne refused to support the Euro via the back door. However, the cynic in me wonders how much this is the due to the fact that events have proved it would be political suicide for the Tories in this Coalition to continue - AGAINST their manifesto promises - to support the Euro and sustain the EU. As for the accursed Liberals? Well, another day, another contradiction. I wonder to myself, as Clegg is pressing ahead with his elected 2nd Chamber proposals, whether - in the same spirit of accountability - he would concede that EU Commissioners should be ELECTED, and not appointed? Somehow, especially given his tenuous position, I rather doubt it. .
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Well, the German Minister's words, and the way he skillfully answers awkward questions - tells us that the Germany regards the EU as most DEFINITELY a political Union, as well as an economic Union, that the EU WILL expect Britain to support the Euro via the IMF and that Germany is working for a way to reach a Treaty deal that Britain will be able to sign up to. Now, whether or not Clegg is being dangled on a loose string? Who knows. But the next few months are going to be very interesting. .
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They all make we want to throw up. Just listen to it all. Propaganda, scare-stories and distortion - all in order to keep the British people locked into an undemocratic, outdated, unsustainable Socialist bloc. He says the Eurozone is a problem we must address, and that it is there and won't go away. Well, YES, the problem is there. And it's following the policies of people like him and his kind that MADE the British people vulnerable, over-dependent and over-committed to what was widely predicted as being a totally unworkable economic model. And what is the Europhile solution to Britain's over-commitment to the EU? - Yep, more political and economic integration. Somehow we must rip the agenda away from those whose ideology demands that Britain sacrifices the age-old safeguards which has enabled the British people to remain democratic, prosperous and at peace, no matter how badly managed other countries have been. If we had have followed the politics of common sense, Britain would now be an economic and military mini-superpower, with manageable debt levels, watching at a safe distance as the EU Principality States scratch around trying to save themselves from certain economic and political oblivion. .
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Yes, it is popular. But the picture is still very confused. A: - Does Cameron really understand what is IN Britain's national interest? B: - Was he forced to veto the new Treaty because he was receiving pressure from voters, the media & pro-Sovereignty MPs? C: - Is this new found 'standing up for British interests' all about expediency, or will he continue to try to insulate Britain from the ever increasing damage that results from being members of the EU? D: - Fiscal Union and National economic Sovereignty is a contradiction, it is unacceptable, and it is contrary to the Tory policy of RETURNING powers to the UK. Therefore, why let Clegg think that Britain will return to the negotiations in order to construct a Fiscal Union Treaty that Britain WILL be able to sign up to? .
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Yep, and I am hearing some VERY worrying reports. Cameron & Clegg. Let me make this quite clear! British economic Sovereignty and 'Fiscal Union' - EVEN WITH supposed safeguards & 'opt-outs' - is a contradiction in terms. ANY move to sign Britain up to a supposed 'limited Fiscal Union' is totally unacceptable and will be fought tooth-and-nail. This cancerous affliction of appeasement of the EU, against Britain's national interest, is dangerous and damaging. .
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First part good. Second part bad. Eagle-eyed, over-zealous comment police itching to flex their censorial muscles is a recipe for rubbish threads and bad feelings. Only airplane and train spotters are likely to apply. .
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But Cameron's apparent defiance of the EU last week - was probably enough to prevent enough anti-EU Tories defecting to UKIP. Sadly, this resulted in the Liberals JUST squeaking home in 3rd place past UKIP. However, I feel that events in the coming months will show that these voters made a serious mistake. .
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Exactly, which should make some foreign saboteurs very happy. So where are we today? As I predicted last week. A promising apparent action to protect Britain's national interest has resulted in a flood of initiatives, covert meetings, back-room deals, propaganda, deception, UK Government Ministers plotting against the State, foreign attempts to damage UK economic credibility, a fracturing of the 26 and, the icing on the cake, the IMF using scare-tactics to frighten the world community into a co-ordinated response to prevent a global slump. Starting with, you guessed it, action to save the Eurozone. What I would liked to have seen was this. 1: - The Liberals & other 5th columnists put firmly in their place. 2: - Ken Clarke sacked. 3: - A meeting of NON EU / Eurozone countries called, to be held in London. This would be nations who are stupidly SUSTAINING the Euro, via the IMF, and which stand to suffer economic shrinkage if the EU refuses to conduct an orderly deconstruction of the Eurozone currency. Co-ordinated pressure needs to be agreed by these nations to tell the EU that the economic health of the world MUST come ahead of the EU's political motivations. 4: - Cameron speaking with selected EU Principality leaders from Czechoslovakia, Holland, Poland, Denmark, Ireland, Hungary and others - in order to plan a possible NON political trading alternative to the political EU. This trading area would NOT admit any dead weight countries. However, what we DO have is Britain back IN the negotiating process, which means - as we all know - that the 'negotiators' will be working hard to get a deal through which they feel Britain can sign up to. Whilst I acknowledge that Cameron actually tried to get MORE from the EU than he was credited for last week, the pressure for him to do so has now evaporated due to the fog of praise that surrounds him and the fact that subsequent events have placed the initiative firmly in his court. .
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The problem can't be fixed with money - it can only be solved politically. Take all the bad things that we have to deal with each day and its a fair bet that they resulted from, or were accelerated by 13 dsisastrous years of Labour maladministration. British Governments, including this Coalition, must reverse the Socialist-Liberal policies and attitudes which has convinced society's lower echelons that the state will not only ALWAYS pick up the bill, but that there will be no consequences for lack of effort and lawlessness. A classic example of this disease came last week when Clegg, I believe, advanced the ridiculous notion that pensioner benefits should be means tested. Oh yes, what else from Liberals? So, at the same time we are wanting people to be responsible and save for their retirements, Government - at the same time - tells them that they will be penalised for doing so, and that they'd be better off financially if they join the ranks of those who DON'T save for their futures because the state will always sustain them. I suppose it is similar in madness to demanding that Banks should maintain adequate capital reserves and lend responsibly, but then impose lending targets on them and require them to lower their minimum lending criteria for risk and house purchase deposits. All we really need is common sense and consistency. But there doesn't seem to be any. .
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Come on, Edward. I wasn't criticising you. Of course I want you criticise Britain's politicians when they deserve to be. Heaven knows I am not backward in that respect. .
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May-be a bit harsh, Edward? I think it's clever tactic to use when we are up against the deceit being pedalled by the Liberals. Also, it wouldn't be the first time that Britain has made sacrifices to save Europe from itself. .
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And I am extremely happy to agree with George. However, we are still at great danger. Cameron had NO option OTHER than to veto what was effectively a de-fact road-map to a Federal EU. HOWEVER, the main and ONLY reason we have been given - and one which is being ominously given a COMPLETELY exaggerated value by our EU, Liberal and other 5th column enemies - was the lack of protection for Britain's crucial Financial Services Industry. So, what happens if the EU insurgents magically come back to us and say, 'ok, we will give you the protections you need for the City of London (when they know very well they can get round ANY barrier or veto anyway) - and so there is no reason why you can't sign up to the Federal EU Road-map'? Look, of course that situation is ALSO completely unacceptable, and we should be saying so NOW. But it would give the Liberals and other 5th columnists the ammunition they need to try to force Britain into surrendering to the EU. This is really serious. .
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And talking about the BBC We have to expect that they tend to give latitude to their left-wing guests, and cut short and pressure their non left-wing guests. However, with respect to last night's NewsNight. I was seething with anger and disappointment having to watch a left-wing, pro-Federal-EU, so-called Lord, verbally bullying and getting the better of one of our respected, pro-Sovereignty Tories. It isn't JUST Cameron that needs to show some Bulldog spirit. We also need some Bulldog spirit when we have to confront Liberal and other 5th column enemies on TV. .
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Would these be the same pro-EU Parties that included (or implied) assurances of referendums in their manifestos? Liberals talk about honesty. Yet if ALL the main Parties told the voters exactly what their EU policies & intentions are - and were legally-bound to keep to them - just how many votes do you think your so-called Pro-European (Federalist) Parties would get? Let's not contort and manipulate data if we are to volunteer what we think the British people are wanting from their Governments. .
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The Liberals are insulting Britain's political process to the limit 1: - At the 2010 General Election, the British people indicated that they wanted LESS EU integration - and more likely - total WITHDRAWAL, not FULL integration, as would be the case if David Cameron had allowed Britain, WITHOUT a mandate, to be included into the EU's Federalisation road-map. 2: - The British people may well have stopped short on voting for a majority Conservative Government in 2010. But they most definitely did NOT vote for or even expect Liberals to be included in Britain's Government. 3: - The Three main Parties have been promising the British people referendums on EU Treaties, the Constitution, the Single Currency and EU membership, purely to gain their trust. And they have always broken their promises because they just don't trust the British people to give the right answer. For the Liberals to be trying to force an unmandated - and rejected - Liberal agenda of full EU integration & the Single Currency - as this new process would lead to - is an abuse against the British people which can only be described as bordering on criminal. 4: - a: There are possibly millions of EU Principality citizens working HERE in Britain, keeping willing UK workers unemployed and claiming benefits. b: We import more INTO the UK than we export TO the EU c: Britain is STILL the second largest financial contributor to the EU's budget. d: EU diktats and taxes means that Britain's benefit budget will continue to rise, and Britain's businesses will become increasingly uncompetitive against global competition. The British public will NO longer be taken in by deceitful Liberal scare-stories and bogus claims of economic ruin. 5: - Even I am surprised at hostility felt by the British public towards the Socialist EU project. An informal gathering of views by me since Cameron's decision to put Britain's interest BEFORE those of the EU suggests that the Tories could win an outstanding majority - with even Labour voters supporting Cameron - if a General Election was held tomorrow. The Liberals should heed this warning and keep their place; which is too high by some margin. .
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To David Cameron How did does it feel after your FIRST day in the job as Britain's Prime Minister. Well done. PK. .
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Ok, Elaine, may-be I should relax my criticism and give him some encouragement. And here it is. I can sincerely say that I dislike Cameron less today than I did yesterday. If he reads these comments, I hope this praise gives him a well-earned lift. .
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