Sunday, October 21, 2007

The European Union is disgusting and depraved

There is nothing new in this statement. For anybody who cares to exert even a small amount of effort to check a few things, it's obvious. What you should be wondering is how all the politicians are recruited into this glorious, free-wheeling, continent-spanning scam. The answer can only be the power of the `inner circle'. It's a bit like one of those conspiracy/freemason/illuminati thingies.
`Now listen Gordon. It's very simple. All you have to do, Gordon, is walk backwards around a pentagram, chanting `respect the red lines, respect the red lines' and smiling for the cameras and you will become a member of the innermost Jean Monnet club. You will mingle, nay, you will hob-nob with the political stars of the Project. You will speak words of power unto the peons of Europe. No more geek boy, Gordon. No more Mr Referendum. No more waiting for power. It will be yours. And we'll teach you the secret signal. You know, the complicated one with the feet.
Go on. You know you want to. Do it. Sign now.[cue insane laughter, the sound of thousands of marching boots and crowds screaming "Gor-don, Gor-don, Gor-don"].'

Well, Brown's day has arrived. The geek from the manse did us proud.

To quote Richard North:
But what do you do when your politicians tell you bare-faced, brazen lies and, against all the evidence, keep repeating then and repeating them and repeating them? How long can we continue calling them liars, before we ourselves get sick of the sound of our own voices?


tapestry said...

Barroso protected paedophiles as PM in Portugal for years. see on

tapestry said...

correction -

Clovis Sangrail said...

I think the link is

nick said...

Hmm. How apt that the EU found itself a HQ in Belgium of all places. Lots of paedophilia there...

I have a question for Canker:

Since I no longer live in the UK I am not up-to-date on the McCann case.
It's of course horrendous to lose a child and the parents deserve our empathy. But I every so soften wonder why I never, ever read about how responsible it was of them as parents to leave three small kids alone in a flat...??

Surely they have brought all this onto themselves me thinks.
Do the UK media turn a blind eye on this crass parenting negligence or is it discussed?

Clovis Sangrail said...

Nick, it seems there are some comments in the press:
and here.
Nevertheless, they may seem a little sparse.
Conversely, what about this?
Your children are 20 times more likely to be killed by lightning than to be abducted by a stranger. You are much more likely to get five out of six numbers right in the National Lottery. Yet “It could be you” is the dread thought that all we parents have had since hearing the news that a three-year-old girl had been snatched from her hotel room in an Algarve resort.

How should we react? How protective should we be? The least we can do is try to match our behaviour towards our children with the real – rather than the imagined – risks that they face.

If we were rational, we would make much more fuss about them playing in the park and sheltering under a tree during a storm than talking to strangers. If we were rational, we would be more worried about them dying from a wasp, bee or hornet sting than from a paedophile murder. And we wouldn’t let them anywhere near a bicycle.

sterbo said...

'ever read about how [ir?]responsible it was of them as parents to leave three small kids alone in a flat...??'

In a civilised society, you should be able to do that.

gibli said...

lies, lies and more lies. It's mandatory for politicians to tell lies, just so, to see if anyone will punish them for lying.

If it doesn't happen then it means that civil society condones and accepts their lies.