Battle lines are drawn

Not so strange bedfellows

Rumpy Pumpy today in Berlin [H/T IPJ]:

We have together to fight the danger of a new Euro-scepticism. This is no longer the monopoly of a few countries. In every Member State, there are people who believe their country can survive alone in the globalised world. It is more than an illusion: it is a lie! The time of the homogenous nation-state is over.

The traitor to his own country and our own homegrown traitress might belly-ache all they like but public opinion is already agin and it can only harden, as the hip pocket nerve, which the Euromarxists feel, according to their ideology, can only turn to them when they start offering their billions of swindled lucre to an impoverished people they robbed – when that hip pocket nerve starts the spasms.

That’s when the EU will be right in the firing line because we’ll already have had that debate about sovereignty, Elfansafetee and all the other EU claptrap.  This blog has already shown, through many quotes, where that rhetoric of Rumpy Pumpy stems from – the vision is Marxist through and through and we want no part of it.

At least with Blair, Brown and Osborne, we can get our hands on them, try them and hang them. It’s sad that Nigel Farage’s manner and choice of words might have turned many in Rumpy Pumpy’s favour because the man is precisely what Farage said – a quiet assassin.

This is EU debate at its finest. When it supports the EU – round applause. When it tells the truth, shout the man down and switch off his microphone:

Meanwhile, some of us in the blogosphere watch and wait. This is the state of the union that the UK has sleepwalked into but not for very much longer.

One question – just who is this Ashton woman who sits with Barroso and brazenly mocks her country as she does? Perhaps she needs to join Blair and Brown on the gallows tree. Nor can we forget Mandelson and Sutherland.

4 comments for “Battle lines are drawn

  1. fake
    November 10, 2010 at 09:53

    I feel rather hopeless in regards to the EU situation.

    Physical action is probably a lifetime away, as people will not take to the streets until their quality of life is severly affected by the EU, and the EU is a slow cancer.

    The “big 3” parties have no interest in pulling us out. And to many people have tribal loyalties to such parties, and the swing voters won’t vote UKIP en masse as “well it might let party X through”.

  2. November 10, 2010 at 17:06

    When we send people over to work within the EU like commissioners etc they have to declare allegiance to the EU. They will also lose their EU pensions if they speak out of turn.

    At the end of the day everyone has a final allegiance, an allegiance they will ultimately support and even die for. It takes many generations for an entity such as a monarchy or country to gain that support, but a scant few years for it to be lost.

    For Baroness Ashton and her ilk it only took a few weeks to lose their allegiance to their country in favour of their new masters. And now wants us all to emulate it.

    Or maybe their allegiance has always been to something else, if so she should not be there exercising the power she does. But that is the nature of a socialist non-democratic organisation that has again, as of yesterday, failed to balance its books for the 16th year on the trot.

  3. November 10, 2010 at 17:08

    What can one add, Jeff?

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