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Upfront and in your face…

No excuse not to know what they are up to now, and have been all these years, since Jean Monnet, a Communist who was never elected to anything, and much preferred it that way, came up with the idea of a United States of Europe.

Viviane Reding, Vice President of the European Commission and the longest serving Brussels Commissioner, (also never elected) has openly called for a United States of Europe, and bugger what we the mere citizens of our respective Nation States think about it. Read a speech she made back in 2012.

"We need to build a United States of Europe with the Commission as government and two chambers – the European Parliament and a "Senate" of Member States," she said.

Mrs Reding’s vision, which is shared by many in the European institutions, would transform the EU into superstate relegating national governments and parliaments to a minor political role equivalent to that played by local councils in Britain.

Under her plan, the commission would have supremacy over governments and MEPs in the European Parliament would supersede the sovereignty of MPs in the House of Commons.

National leaders, meeting as the European Council, would be reduced to consultative, second chamber role similar to the House of Lords.

So there you have it, bold a brass, no more softly softly catchy monkey, no more Democracy either. The Great and the Good will watch over us forever more my fellow European Brothers and Sisters, and we will be grateful, oh so ever humbly grateful!

I will be voting in the European Elections in May, and you know who I will not be voting for don’t you? Yes the usual suspects… Lib/Lab/Con.

8 Comments

  1. john in cheshire says:

    How has it come to pass that known communists (or as they might describe themselves – ex-communists) are allowed into positions of power? Why haven’t we been teaching our children about the evils of communism/socialism/fascism/nazism/greenism/ warmism/marxism/SWP-ism/UAF-ism and all the other variations of left-wing totalitarianism? How did we win the WW2 and cold wars and yet allow the enemy to prosper within our midst? What is the matter with us?

  2. VftS says:

    CC,
    this page is presenting me with a ‘reported attack page’ warning. On clicking through, I’m passed to a stopbadware.org webpage. You’re on a google blacklist.

    https://www.stopbadware.org/firefox?hl=en-GB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.countingcats.com%2F

    Firefox browser

    “Google detected badware on the site you were visiting. Firefox uses Google’s blacklist to warn you about “Reported attack sites.” We understand that you may know and trust this site, but it’s possible for good sites to be infected with badware without the site owners’ knowledge or permission

    someone doesn’t like you

  3. John – you know the answer as well as anyone.

    The state financed education system is massively influenced by Marxists and by non Marxists who share Marxist assumptions (often without even knowing they are Marxist) and the state financed (or state regulated) electronic media is the same (radio and television).

    The answer is easy to say but hard to do – end the taxpayer subsidies and the state regulations.

    As for the European Union.

    Do not forget the Fascist influence RAB.

    It was not just Oswald Moseley.

    The mainstream of both the Fascist and the National Socialist movement were very keen on a “United Europe”.

  4. RAB says:

    Yes we know VftS. Things should be back to normal soon.

    I really should have included this in the above piece…

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/eureferendum/10564931/Parliament-makes-decisions-not-the-people-anger-as-Peers-say-public-cannot-be-trusted-on-EU-vote.html

    Our Betters don’t think we are grown up enough to make our own decisions, especially Lord Rumba of Rio (twice resigned in discrace with bruised fingers when Arkwright’s till caught him out) Do they? The true face of our so called “Democracy”.

  5. Fear not, VftS, I’ve run Malwarebyres after every visit to ‘Cats..’ (and my own site, which is getting the same warning but only on Chrome) and it’s not detected anything.

  6. Roue le Jour says:

    Enough already. I’ve added cats to my Firefox “exceptions” list.

  7. VftS says:

    I’m not afear’d, JuliaM. My m/c wears a tinfoil hat. Was just for info to CC in case he wasn’t already aware of it.

  8. Sam Duncan says:

    As you know, RAB, while the mainstream press are getting their knickers in a twist, this really isn’t news. In fact, the really surprising thing about Reding’s comments is that she appears to want the Parliament to have some power. Monnet and Salter must be spinning in their graves over that one: she’s trying to corrupt their grand administrative project with democracy, the one thing it was designed to prevent.

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