The despair Of The British nation.

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Will We be Next?

How Much Warning Do People Need?





"There is not a word on the most important change in the Treaty, the shift of voting power from small to big member states.

Under Lisbon, the six largest member states will increase their share of the vote in the Council from 49% today to over 70%. The 21 smallest countries will reduce their combined share from 51% to less than 30%.

Ireland will halve its vote from 2.0% today to 0.9%.
This is being kept secret from Irish voters in all public information being issued to them - paid for by their own taxpayer`s money - before their Lisbon referendum re-run on this Friday, 2 October 2009."


How long will it be before these six become two and a German/French axis achieves the goal Hitler failed to do? Not in my lifetime but when you consider the people killed to stop such an Empire, it is a disgrace.



NOTE the French are DEMANDING our small country takes the flotsam in Calais to tidy up one French seaside town. A plan to make us even more the Gulag of Europe.




VOTE NO, Ireland!



9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The yes vote seems almost certain, with a virtual news blackout over here. I take your point on a German/French Axis but they always end in tears as the powerful get ever more greedy for more power. Arise President Blair and Vice-President/Foreign Secretary Mandleson.

Anonymous said...

Oddrightie

I bet the Irish vote yes and if they vote no I promise never to darken your blog again

Startled Leafletter said...

There's one positive that can be said for anonymouse: he reminds us why we are Conservative and why Labour are no more fit to govern than the BNP!

Panta Rei said...

The question is too:
Will all of the rest of Europe really accept a second No from Ireland...

Several are saying they'll go their own way, not let Ireland stop them - and it is to some extent understandable, although the
initial position called for everyone's agreement.

In such a case, what's left for Ireland?
That's right, yet another vote...

For those who don't know the 'story' behind this vote...

A Bedtime Story for all Nice Children and not so Maastricht Adults


http://ceolas.net/#eu7x



The Happy Family


Once upon a time there was a family treaty-ing themselves to a visit in Lisbon.
On the sunny day that it was they decided to go out together.
Everyone had to agree on what they would do.
"So", said Daddy Brusselsprout "Let's all go for a picnic!"
"No", said Aunt Erin, "I don't want to".
Did they then think of something else, that they might indeed agree on?
Oh yes they did?
Oh no they didn't!
Daddy Brusselsprout asked all the others anyway, isolating Erin, and then asked her if instead, she would like to go with them to
the park and eat out of a lunch basket....


Kids, we'll finish this story tomorrow, and remember, in the EU yes means yes and no means yes as well!
.

Demetrius said...

So much for Irish Independence. It was all for nothing, horseman pass by.

Brussel Sprout said...

They're trying to create the 4th Reich; it didn't work when the Nazi's tried it, it won't work now.

Goodnight Vienna said...

You're right OR, and there's a lot more the Irish people aren't being told as well. Ireland’s low corporation tax has been complained about in the past by France and Germany. Under Lisbon EU politicians if they wished could abolish Ireland’s low corporation rate as it would be deemed ‘unfair’ competition. As if that wasn't enough, word is already out that the EU powers-that-be have already decided to go ahead anyway, even if there is a 'No' vote on Friday.

Edgar said...

The 'Vote Yes' contingent have played the history card. Essentially, Ireland aligns itself with Europe or it languishes in the shadow of Britain. That is what is being touted as the 'choice'. Given the historic mistrust of the British, much of the Irish electorate would metaphorically die rather than suffer the latter option; some of them, perhaps, would deny the word 'metaphorically'.

Sad though it is, OR, Britain's former arrogance is coming back to bite us very hard on the arse.

banned said...

If Dave were more honest with us the outcome in Ireland would not really be of any concern. Our own referendum is what matters.