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Vive Brittania, Rule La France. The End Of The United Kingdom.

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Non!  C’est impossible.  This treaty is treason.

Ratty & Mr Toad

I don’t want the French having anything to do with the defence of my country.  I’m happy to have them as allies but at arm’s length, please.  They have shown all too often how ready they are to turn and run, to pursue their own obscure and strange ideas and to fail to support us.  We don’t need the French and we don’t want them.   David Cameron has betrayed us.

It is ridiculous.  It is a shabby politician’s compromise.  With a searing bolt of shining light I realise the danger of the coalition.  This is a disastrous fudge by two Euro-politicians intent on a grubby deal to reinforce each other.  I thought David Cameron was so much more his own man yet the longer the coalition continues I see that it promises little more than mediocrity and mutual back scratching.  Nick Clegg has become a poodle.  David Cameron is just a committee chairman and all politicans are now even more focused on their own personal advantage and gain than they were in the days of the expenses free for all.  There is no integrity left in parliament at all.

This shameful abdication of our sovereignty is the worst of all worlds. It is politicians doing all they can to lock themselves into power with no regard or concern for the people, for our honour or our independence. It is all about politicians and nothing to do with the people.

This devious scheme has been cooked up behind closed doors without any recourse or consultation.  It is undemocratic, un-British and a disgrace.  I can no longer support the coalition.  I cannot vote for Mr Toad.  He is a liar, a cheat and a conman.

Written by Peter Reynolds

November 3, 2010 at 12:09 pm

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  1. Although I agree, your focus is too close. Western Europe spent the best part of half a century fighting the socialists that bought mass murder to our continent: Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, Chaucheskou (sic), all believed in the power of the state over the individual; now we will the same upon us, enforced through regulation and dictat

    Brian Putman

    November 3, 2010 at 12:35 pm

  2. Vive Brittania, Rule La France. The End Of The United Kingdom ……

    Here at World Spinner we are debating the same thing……

    World Spinner

    November 3, 2010 at 12:57 pm

  3. It does make you wonder what back-handers ALL the politicians of each member Country of the EC is getting out of this.

    Even in the days of the “Common Agricultural Policy” of the then EEC, it was strongly geared up for the benefit of the French and Spanish Farmers, the former on the whole were still using farming practices going back to the 18th Centuary, and just wanted money pumped in to them.

    As for “United Kingdom”, since the Welsh and Scotts, have got what they wanted, in the form of Assemblies (another word for Devlution), this group of Countries can hardly be called the ” ‘United’ Kingdom”.

    With reference tho the French, they never have been part of England because of the Cut of water called the English Channel; (with or without the tunnel).
    That also exposes another issue which our politicians have never got their head around.

    This is an island; or since devolution, or a group of now sub-countries (4), effectively becomming a mini continent; but with one big difference: we have 2000 miles of water as a physical boundary around us. Europe is a very large landmass with Countries defined by lines on a map and very few physical boundaries, with the exception of the odd lake and a range of mountains. And with East and West Germany, once defined by a man-made wall, until man tore it down again.

    We are an island and have an island mentality, which a physical boundary creates. All Island inhabitants hate interference from outside their boundary since it is an invasion. Continents do not have that issue.

    As for France, well, as I have said the whole of the Common Market set up under the Treaty of Rome 1951 was geared up for the Continent. In fact De-Gaule “balck-balled” us twice on applying for membership because he was scared that Germany and UK were going to run the show. It is of note that we were only allowed to join the EEC after his death.

    It has long been mooted that had we been allowed to join at the Treaty of Rome, things would be very different. Instead we created our own clubs called the ” European Free Trade Association” (EFTA) – and was geared up with us dealing with the Scandic Countries, before our falling out with Iceland in the Cod-Wars.

    Finally because after the Second World War, we had spent so much, we could no longer afford to run a Empire, we started giving those Countries “independence”.

    However, unlike the French and Dutch, we could not tear ourselves away from the thought that we had Once Ruled over 1/4 of the World and 1/3 of its population and so created the Commonwealth as somesort of consolation prize of not getting in to the Common Market. Only to have the piss taken out of us by those member Countries as well, particularly Austrailia!

    Regrettably England is now a subordinate Country and we are largely ignored by Europe and just given a “tap on the head by Brussles or Paris and told to be good boys and girls and do as we are told”. The problem of course is that none of our Politicians since WWII have the moral fibre to tell Brussels to P*ss Off and let us trade with, but not be governed by them.

    Churchill would be spinning in his grave. Two World Wars to keep the interfering buggers out, only 30 years later to let them straight in through the front door !

    The Debt Collector

    November 3, 2010 at 1:42 pm

  4. Couldn’t agree more Peter. A dark day. We have allied ourself with Europe’s biggest ‘Running Hiders’. They have little back bone and less honour.
    I find it hard to believe that our constitution allows one such as Cameron to sell us out so very easily.


    November 3, 2010 at 1:59 pm

  5. The Eton Grocer an amiable twat with a windturbine on his roof, a Conservative he is not.

    By his own words Dave is the natural successor to Tony Blair and he is performing in ginger war criminal mode very well. All he needs to do is smack SamCam in the mouth will a billhook then Dave will have everything that Blair had.

    I have already turned my back on this Vichy Government, even Hague has lost the plot, “The greatest threat to man is climate change”, go forth and mutiply it’s the global economy and terrorism FFS.


    November 3, 2010 at 4:47 pm

  6. “He is a liar, a cheat and a conman.”

    He’s a bloody politician, Peter! – what do you expect…integrity?…..acting for the good of ‘the people’….even, acting for the good of ‘the country’ (whatever that is, if not ‘the people’ again)?


    November 4, 2010 at 10:24 am

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  8. Forgive me for reposting here a comment I made a few days ago on a post In MadHatters re the agreement for France and UK to share military resources – but what was mere thinking aloud over a bottle of vino, seems more and more plausible to me. Just as Blair ushered in ‘New Labour’, I think Cameron is bringing in ‘New Conservatism’ – which is a fusion of his views with those of Clegg. Indeed, one might legitimately begin to question whether Cameron is a conservative at all !!!

    This is part of a comment I posted elsewhere . . .

    “Interesting to speculate what parties will be vying for our vote next election ?

    Cameron and Clegg (tweedledum and tweedledee) seem to be more in tune with each other than with their respective parties

    Will we see the breakup of the LibDems into their constituent parts?

    Will there be a schism in the conservative party, with those that share Cameron’s views/vision forming a new party with the social democratic wing of the LibDems?”


    November 7, 2010 at 10:21 am

    • If this is the Conservative Party I want nothing more to do with it.

      I think it’ll have to be UKIP (as long as we stay in the EU long enough to leverage a change in the cannabis laws!)

      Peter Reynolds

      November 7, 2010 at 11:04 am

      • I did some research a couple of weeks ago on the UK Libertarian Party, but they’re not organised or strong enough on policy and are a bit flaky, IMHO, to be a credible party for my energy and efforts.

        I do like the aesthetics of the Libertarian movement, though.

        Jayelle Farmer

        November 16, 2010 at 1:56 am

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