The despair Of The British nation.

Saturday, 3 October 2009

Another Goose Step Closer To The Fourth Reich?

Does It Matter?




As in The Third Reich and Soviet Russia, we sleepwalk towards an all powerful EUSSR. As in those former regimes the arse- lickers, friends and pals dish out the goodies like smarties. Dissent is first marginalised and then brutalised. However, there is always a reckoning and only it's format is unknown. The real problem lies with the deaths of millions to assuage the lust for power that grips so many of mankind.
Rebellions do arise, however and corruption reaches a pinnacle of depravity and shame that feeds eventually on itself. Perhaps decent politicians, bankers and business people do exist. My experience leaves me saddened and very doubtful.
Still, 39 people support my feelings of disgust so not many more required to kindle a feint glimmer of hope!! Watch this space!

13 comments:

fifth column said...

Add me to the list, OR, that makes 40! Especially as I live rather close to you!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Oddrightie


History is against you we are all European now.


64% of those who voted in Friday's referendum backed the treaty.

yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes

so happy I am so happy happy happy

03 October 2009 17:24
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Irish electorate produced a 67.1% "Yes" vote,

Mr Brown said: "I welcome the decision of the Irish people on the Lisbon Treaty.


You have been crushed ha ha ha ha
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/1003/breaking1.htm

Lisbon Treaty passed with decisive 67% in favour

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/1003/breaking24.htm
Vote to remain at heart of Europe


And a stake through your heart and now the conservatives tear themselves apart

03 October 2009 17:31
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off to the pub Oddrightie have a pint or two to celebrate our final victory over the Eurosceptic forces of darkness.

I will have to be careful though the landlord is of your Ilk and will not take kindly to any pro European talk

03 October 2009 18:23

Oldrightie said...

Enjoy the moment, Adolf!

Anonymous said...

The Irish voted NO but it seems no is not acceptable to the EUSSR. The yes vote now will go down in infamy as a coerced vote. The EU is as bad as Iran or Zimbabwe and just as corrupt.

Goodnight Vienna said...

Very well said OR - there *will* be a reckoning and I hope I'm around to see it.

killemallletgodsortemout said...

41.

Barking Spider said...

They don't like the truth, OR, so they choose to ignore it and hope it will go away. It will not go away and they will only realise when it is too late - it already IS too late, for Ireland at least.

Demetrius said...

As systems become more and more complex they become more vulnerable and liable to catastrophic collapse. Europe is getting close.

Anonymous said...

The path towards ever closer union

1973 Prime Minister Ted Heath takes Britain into the European Community

1975 A referendum reveals that 67.2% of voters are in favour of the United Kingdom remaining a member of the EC.

1978 The European Monetary System and the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) are created.

1984 The UK under Margaret Thatcher wins its budget rebate.

1985 Jacques Delors becomes president of the European Commission

1989 The Berlin Wall collapses. The German Democratic Republic opens its borders.

1990 Britain enters the ERM

1992 The Maastricht treaty is signed turning the European Community into the European Union and paving the way for the euro.

The UK is forced out of the ERM, heaping humiliation on John Major's government

1999 Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal and Spain adopt the euro as their official currency.

2004 The European Union's biggest enlargement as 10 new countries - Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, the Slovak Republic, and Slovenia – representing more than 100 million people, join.

2005 French and Dutch voters vote no to ratification of the European Constitutional Treaty.

2007 Bulgaria and Romania join the European Union, bringing the number of member states up to 27.

2008 Ireland votes no to the Lisbon treaty.

2009 Ireland votes yes to the Lisbon treaty.

Cameron betrays conservatives by not having a Referendum

October 2009? Tony Blair becomes president of the EU

Just love it Oddrightie if the conservatives win the election it isn't going to make any difference at all to the European Union.

Go on tell us how does it feel all your hopes and dreams on leaving the E.U ended by David Cameron.

And you compared him to Churchill perhaps Marshal P├ętain would be more appropriate.

Must stop Gloating i will do myself a mischief as it is i am unable to remove the fixed Grin from my face

Oldrightie said...

"Go on tell us how does it feel all your hopes and dreams on leaving the E.U ended by David Cameron."

Somewhat premature. I am indifferent to the stupidity of political despots except where the lives of millions are ruined. Since this applies to 12+ years of Labour incompetence what could possibly worse? I would certainly prefer to be ruled by an intelligent elite from Europe than from Labour any day. However I FEEL the supporters of an unelected PM would be as stupid as to accept an all powerful unelected Government from the corrupt cess pit that is the EU Commission and it's puppet president. Keep smirking buddy, you'll need it! You certainly will not be wearing a watch like Fondlebum's any day soon.

Anonymous said...

Oddrightie

If i had the choice between the E.U Parliament and Westminster the E.U
would win every time.

Anonymous said...

Hitler was eurosceptic. He was opposed to the pan-European movement - the forerunner of today's EUSSR. Hitler's Second Book contains his most sustained attack on the pan-European movement.

Anonymous said...

Yup, Phony's Mein Kampf!