Thursday, 11 November 2010

THE UNELECTED HEAD OF THE EU SPELLS OUT THE REAL INTENTION



The age of the nation state is over and the idea that countries can stand alone is an ‘illusion’ and a ‘lie’, the EU president believes.
In one of the most open proclamations of the goal of a European superstate since the heyday of Jacques Delors, Herman Van Rompuy went on to denounce Eurosceptism as the greatest threat to peace.
Tory backbenchers condemned the inflammatory comments in the speech made by Mr Van Rompuy to mark the 21st anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
They said it proved that David Cameron would have a battle on his hands if he is to prevent extra powers being handed to Brussels.
Last night 23 Conservative MPs, including former leadership contender David Davis, rebelled in the Commons by demanding a referendum if the Lisbon Treaty is amended – even if ministers argue the changes do not affect the UK. Their call was defeated.
Mr Van Rompuy’s speech in the German capital told his audience that ‘the time of the homogenous nation state is over’.
He added that the ‘danger’ of Euroscepticism was spreading beyond the confines of countries such as Britain and was becoming a stronger force across the whole continent.

"THE TIME OF THE HOMOGENOUS NATION STATE IS OVER".  Homogenous is defined as, 'corresponding in structure because of a common origin'.  So if I understand Mr Rompuy correctly, all States with a common origin with Britain like, Australia, Canada and New Zealand are expected to disappear, while we morph into one huge EU superstate.  Would it not have been better, at least, to get elected before telling everyone in Europe where the NWO expects us to be in relation to the other power blocks like America and Asia.


This is the first move in the end game that we bloggers have been warning about for years.  The traitor Heath, knew fine what he was getting us into, when he got us involved with the 'Common Market'.  Thatcher, merely slowed down the process, after which 13 years of Totalitarian Labour rule have 'softened' us up for the final part of the plan.  I don't know about you, but I have nothing in common with the Poles, Latvians or Turks, although I am sure they are all fine fellows.  I don't want some Parliament in Brussels or Strasbourg making rules that we keep, because we're British and everyone else breaks, because they can.  I want to be able to trade with English speaking countries that have stood beside us in two world wars, as well as with Europe.  But only to trade, not to be subordinate to.




LET'S END THIS NONSENSE NOW BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!

12 comments:

banned said...

Rumpey is quite correct as far as Britain goes, we ceased to be a homogenous nations some years ago. I interpret that word as meaning monocultural which we were, with regional variations, until the 1960s. Since then, of course, we have become 3-5-7-10-20% foreign (take your pick of the govt. stats/lies or look out of the window) while regional variation has become devolution but at least we English seem to have fucked of internal divisions (RDAs) for now.

What the jumped up little prick really means though is the end of the Nation States that evolved following the Middle Ages and which model we imposed on the rest of the world.

This will be the odious cunts undoing because those
States with a tenuous history of independence to the east of the EUSSRs realm might think otherwise.

What is really worrying though is

"Herman Van Rompuy went on to denounce Eurosceptism as the greatest threat to peace."

That statement may turn out to be the start of a return to Auschwitz, denormalizing Eurosceptics as threats to peace, fuck of Rumpy unelected cunt from a non-country supported by equaly un-elected fugpig Cafe Ahstray with no democratic mandate, fuck off and die both of you, NOW, cunts.

Toni said...

I suppose Britain, with its all-encompassing Empire was a significant end to the nation state. Sure other countries were allowed a certain level of autonomy but they were all part of the empire and anyone who has travelled can surely see the difference in countries with British rule such as India, Malaysia and Singapore and those that were colonised by the French or even worse the Dutch. Most liberals don't want to hear it but Britain did leave a great deal behind when it left. Some would suggest that the rapid growth of the Chinese economy was, at least, significantly helped by the infrastructure that was left behind in Hong Kong. As far as trade goes I agree with that, having waited for money to be transferred to me in Hong Kong which was same day or the next and Indonesia which could be several weeks or so. Of course that is all history now and we are supposed to be part of a European superstate - The Scandinavians seem to operate ok within this greater Europe. Germany and Italy are, of course, comparatively new nations so possibly feel less bound by national identity, although I believe it was German insistence that meant that every Euro had a identifier as to where it was minted.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Banned, I saw that bit about the Eurosceptics being a threat to peace. What a jumped up little prick! How dare he try and frogmarch us all into his Euro Superstate. Fucking Belgium famous for two people, Hercules Poirot and Stella Artois, oh and chips seemingly.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Antonio, I think that countries, at least the people, if not the NWO schills at the top of the political tree, will eventually revolt. I believe that the European Superstate is a bigger danger to European peace than countries working together as trading partners but making their own laws to suit their own people. Hopefully the Euro is doomed, but as I understand that we contribute 5% to the IMF's pot of money, it will still cost us plenty.

McGonagall said...

No matter their rhetoric the Tories are pro-EU - as are Labour and the LibDems - oh and the SNP. So if you don't like it yer fucked. It's all over - might as well start learning French.

Harbinger said...

McGonagall,

Those people who are pushing the UK and all other European countries into a totalitarian dictatorship of collective lands are incredibly few in number.
I'm most certainly not on my knees.
Yes, Labour, Liberal, Conservative, SNP et all are pro EU, but they are still few.

There are two defenses against tyranny - education and violence. It therefore means that we have a choice - we can start educating our fellow men and women on the situation and start educating them of the bigger picture, or else we can pick up our guns and start blowing the hell out of everything. I'd really prefer the former as would most people, although I'm certainly prepared for the latter.

It depends what you want to do about it doesn't it? Do you want to watch the UK disappear completely under the control of a few powerful people or fight back? I for one would not allow myself to EVER become a slave, regardless.

Now we have a choice freedom or slavery. You choose. How much is your life of freedom worth when compared to the ridicule you'll face for trying to keep it so? That's the question.

Look at David Icke, pilloried, lambasted, castigated, the public laughing stock and yet he's now one of the major truth seekers in the world. I don't agree with all that he says but he says a lot I do agree with. If we were all like Icke, prepared to sacrifice what we have to get the truth out, this country (and world) would be a far better place.

Education man. Education!

Dark Lochnagar said...

McGonners, I for one will not be learning French, although I speak passable Spanish. My ancestors did not die to be ruled by some European Superstate, bad enough the English IMO. In my experience there are a lot of people in the SNP who are not at all happy at the stance on Europe, obviously myself included. The Norway model is more relevant to us here in Scotland, due to the fact we have oil.

The ones who want us in Europe are the 'Internationalists' that you were discussing on Facebook, the Marxist wankers like the nest of rats over at Bellendcaledonia. Time they were flushed out as the Bolshevik scum that they are!

Dark Lochnagar said...

Harbingers, I'm ready for either, bring it on, as oor Wendy would say.

I can't evaluate Icke, at all. One minute he's saying that Arran is going to sink and the next he's an anti-NWO superstar. Not for me, I'm afraid, at the moment, at least.

Can we bloggers, educate our fellow man in time before we are swallowed up. Well there's a really good episode of 'Eastenders' on tonight, when some cunt called Charlie, comes back from somewhere or so I'm told by BBC on a trailer. 10 million of our fellow, concerned citizens will be watching it and what will they be discussing in their tea break tomorrow? Well, it won't be Van Rompuy, I can assure you of that. Maybe they are going to get what they deserve!

Hamish Huguenin said...

Bah!

Hahahahahaha loud laughing,

So rost beefs hiding on you little rock,think you hide all time hahahahahaha soon you av Euro and we be brothers HAHAHAHA loud laughs!

Stiffy up lips hahahaha

banned said...

McGonagall,

"Yes, Labour, Liberal, Conservative, SNP et all are pro EU..." (q. Harbinger)

But only because they are awaiting their turn on the VileEUSSSR gravy train following the Kunt Kinnocks with their multiple pensions, Mandelson and the Blairs with their unexplained millions.

No wonder Dave is happy with his appointment as EU Gauliter (sp?)for the country formerly known as "England + Dependents" with Nasty Nick as his sidekick eagerly planning his own "Night Of The long Knives" when his lentil munchers will track down Tory homosexualists to their pãedo lairs and slay them to public acclaim so as to don the mantle of...


Dunno, my DVD of an old favorite "Twelve Monkeys" has just arrived.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Bigarse, huh! We will stuff you like at Waterloo and Trafalgar, you French monkey! I speet on your croissants, we like le pan bread pan. Tout suite!

Dark Lochnagar said...

Banned, now that would be a 'putsch' of classic proportions. I would love to see nasty Danny twisting the knife in the belly of David Davis, the archHomo. Hee Hee!