"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

The Multi-Lingual Trojan Horse & The EU

When is a conspiracy theory not a conspiracy theory?

I'm tired of bluff and double-bluff and bored with saying that there are many reasons to keep an eye on our govts and the EU but I still think it's best not to shoot until we see the whites of their eyes - we're just wasting ammo.

Cameron was hailed as the 'victor' of last week's meetings in Brussels, at least according to the press, because he avoided signing plans that would have required Britain to submit its budget to the EU for 'peer review' before presenting it to Parliament, or being drawn into possible sanctions for breaking the EU's budget rules.

That doesn't mean the UK has won anything - it's early days and we won't know until the Autumn what the outcome will be.  Cameron is either playing a poker hand or he doesn't realise what he's up against - one way has us biting our nails to the quick and pulling out our hair and the other has him up against a wall.

When Labour was in govt it was a no-brainer -  we were all definitely the fall-guys & Labour was up against the wall - but, with Cameron, who knows?  It's what he does that matters, not what he says and not whose cheek he kisses.  Maybe he's savvy and maybe he's not but I've said for years that we'll be the only people able to sort this out in the end.  It would be much kinder, and easier, if Cameron's tail wasn't being tied with tin-cans and firecrackers by Clegg and the LibDems; we need to get out of the EU asap - it was never meant for this nation to be subjugated by any power, foreign or domestic - no matter how neat the bows on the tail.

Looking at the past, it's just a softening up process.  History tells us that the UK is the fall-guy in all of this but, with a change of govt and Cameron at the helm, we're supposed to feel optimistic - the press alludes to his 'eurosceptic' qualifications.

Do I hold out much hope that Cameron is the man to re-organise the EU and send it back to its stated principles of a trading affiliation?  No, I don't, but Cameron offers the last chance of a UK Trojan Horse.  Given that the EU was built on a lie, sold on  a lie and continues on a lie, I'd be happy to see a peaceful & political British Trojan horse enter Strasbourg as recompense for the EU's Common Purpose Trojan horse in our country.

The heart of the matter is that the EU and those who work for it will do everything they can to sustain it.  It's been in the making since the end of the 2nd World War and those who think they know better than we will do everything they can to bring it into fruition to the bitter end - and since our institutions are corrupted and need clearing out from top to bottom, the end will be bitter indeed.

It will take a nation, not multi-lingual MPs or PMs, to get us out of this fatally-flawed ideology and the ability to speak French, German or Spanish will not make the process easier or less protracted.  When was the last time this country came together as a nation?   Think about it.

Cameron's feet have yet to be held to the fire on any major EU issue - the sweet smiles of Sarkozy/Merkel et al show that - but Cameron is intelligent and he will know all there is to know about a wolf's guile.

For the moment, I'm tired of asking questions about the 'UK' government,  of trying to provoke debate about the EU, and I suspect you're tired of me banging on about what they're up to so I give you this instead: it's a short clip in which Paul Newman plays the part of the UK & Strother Martin plays the part of EU:


  1. AnonymousJuly 05, 2010

    David Cameron’s increasingly and distinctly unconservative political outlook. Less than a fortnight ago there was quite a spat as David Cameron launched his vision of a Big Society, with the Conservative party saying:

    ‘This plan is directly based on the successful community organising movement established by Saul Alinsky in the United States and has successfully trained generations of community organisers, including President Obama.’

    A number of conservatives reacted with horror. After all, Saul Alinsky (above) is known as a Marxist, a lifelong cultural revolutionary and political subversive, a point well made by Gerald Warner. Not the sort of bedfellow any true conservative would want. If I had read the comments to Warner’s piece, again I would have got here sooner as other people had already made the link.

    The point is, I had been both concerned and puzzled about how Cameron arrived at Alinsky’s knee. But now I know whom the puppetmaster is, it all makes perfect sense. For helping to pull Cameron’s strings is none other than the Obama lizard woman, Anita Dunn.


  2. Thanks Anon, I've blogged about Anita Dunn being on Cameron's team but it's always good to have corroboration.

    Do you have a link for the quote in your 2nd para?


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