Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Tuesday, 10 August 2010

I dipped a toe in the water....

Of The EU Monolithic Ocean.

I stumbled across an interesting bit of stuff known as "The Europe 2020 strategy". Google it and all you get is gushing, breathless sycophantic bollocks. Strange that. Like all things EU, it is all meant to make we peasants feel it is far too complex for us little people. Now Turkey is ranked as one of the poorest countries in the World, (the "glittering" next prized jewel of the covetous bureaucracy that is The EU unelected bunch of hateful and cretinous Bilderberger genuflectors).
What, I ask myself, is the motive behind swallowing it up? This EU 2020 strategy is a new treaty to replace the "Lisbon Strategy". Note the euphemistic juggling that they so love. Treaty is the new strategy so avoiding tricky referenda.( The Latin plural gerundive referenda, meaning things to be referred, necessarily connotes a plurality of issues). It is a further drive towards federalisation and the imposition of economic diktat from Brussels and seeks to expand green energy useage whilst reducing poverty by 25%. Now how does that work? Romania, Bulgaria, Portugal, Spain and soon Turkey, are riddled with ancient rural practices and widespread abject poverty. How do you alter this balance whilst embracing massively expensive energy systems, ever more costly bureaucracy and economic migrant journeying? Perhaps re-distribution? Drive the hard earned, hard fought but declining success of the Western nations downwards, perhaps. Now that's socialism red in tooth and claw. Not for nowt do we sceptics call it The EUSSR! Of course we also then witness the growth of a ruling class wearing berets in public, ermine on their yachts and togas to their orgies. A taster of the EU of the future has been well and truly experienced in The UK these last 13 years. It is a rather sour and bitter taste for most of us.


  1. EU bastards really are unstoppable.

  2. I am abit of a optamist by nature and hope that Mrs Cameron's boy knows what he's doing, but even I can't help but feel he's fumbled a fairly easy catch with regards to Turkey. Surely the obvious answer was "Sod off!" perhaps that firm statement could've been followed with "and you can shove your EUSSR where the sun don't shine! We're leaving!" ...hmm whilst I'm still dreaming, I'd like a ferrari please!

  3. OR

    Follow the money.

    Turkey is one of a few countries in the World who are totally self reliant in everything that is a raw material.

    Everything that is needed to make thinks.

    Get the picture?

  4. Incidentally, so has Morocco.

    So expect the French and Spanish to lobby for them soon

  5. I thought that was the EU's motto Bugger...'If the cash is there, we do not care'!

  6. If the EU Bilderbergers fail to swallow up Turkey it might be a good place to go and live. Should suit pandas and Atlas has associations!

  7. The aim is to eventually have all of those N. African countries in the EU Mediterranean Zone!

    Just think about it - Libya as part of the EU - oooh!...... oil!!

  8. There is a very big one due on the North Anatolian Fault. If this one goes under a major population centre then there are going to be a huge number of refugees looking for a new home.

  9. Remember Adadir in Morocco?

  10. "Should suit pandas" - Hmmmm, I wonder if my old jalopy would make it that far?

  11. Any road - back to what OR was talking about...

    In my usual spirit of helpfulness and generally selfless desire to assist, I present a little song which we could not do better than to learn by heart;

    On the count of 3 (hmmmmm):

    Deutschland, Deutschland über alles,
    Über alles in der Welt,
    Wenn es stets zu Schutz und Trutze
    Brüderlich zusammenhält.
    Von der Maas bis an die Memel,
    Von der Etsch bis an den Belt,
    Deutschland, Deutschland über alles,
    Über alles in der Welt!

    Alles ist gut

  12. Caratacus, I suspect there is an element of "Bliztkrieg" about The EU. Fascinating thoughts on oil and disasters. It seems anything EU related is always scary!

  13. Food for thought there OR. There doesn't seem to be much "lightning" about this particular war, but the constant motion keeps every bugger off-balance, stops them reacting in time while the offensive moves smoothly on. Bastards.

    Anyway, I'm too old, too tired and too bloody angry to be intimidated by anyone or anything much these days. When I see bullies of whatever stripe my immediate impulse is to grab them by the stack + swivel and ask them to desist.

    The arseholes in the EUSSR should be fought at every turn, and (forgive me OR) the quislings in the coalition gubmint should be high upon our list.

    I will be lucky enough to be working with a group of good guys tomorrow. They probably don't even register with the Westminster set but they are worth a regiment of politicians.

  14. Caratacus, I hope today's work goes well.