Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Barroso, go blow yourself

Barroso gave a speech today, calling for the end of national economic sovereignty for the Eurozone countries. He spun this a little, claiming that people had been fooled into thinking there could be monetary union without political union, but that this had been a mistake. This is, of course, a lie. It was always the case that the monetary union would lead to this moment, and everyone knew it would.

He also announced plans for the City of London to pay over a large pile of cash to EU coffers, which he laughably made out was a contribution to society. It would not be. It would be a contribution to the corrupt and venal bureaucratic monstrosity that he fronts.

He also said: "We are today faced with the greatest challenge our union has known in all its history."

What this means for us, is that we must choose between two courses of action:
1) Sit back and watch our government betray our nation.
2) Organise ourselves to exploit the opportunity that is coming.
We cannot trust the so-called Eurosceptics to do anything, but if we can get something moving, they may come along and regain some respect. But, what to do?

2 comments:

Single acts of tyranny said...

"claiming that people had been fooled into thinking there could be monetary union without political union"

And we may wonder who the fibbers-in-chief were during this affair? Why it was all the Euro friends, who at the start were claiming the Euro would not mean a loss of sovereignty etc etc

Goodnight Vienna said...

I should be used to it by now but the brazen cheek of these europrats never fails to astound me. As SAT says, they were the ones peddling the myth that it was monetary not political while we all knew different. They called us liars and they ridiculed us. It's cold comfort that we were right.