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Originally posted by Dany_Barking
Well I can only hope everyone with religion at their side prays something stops this before its too late.
The Countdown to abolition:
Whereas the 465 page EU Constitution would have abolished the five treaties and replaced them with a single document conferring absolute power, the Reform Treaty adds to the existing five treaties, bringing them up to the powers of the EU Constitution. All six treaties with appendices add up to nearly 10,000 complex and unreadable pages. Tony Blair agreed to it on 23rd June 2007 as his final stab in Britain’s back. On the 23rd July there was an Intergovernmental Conference (IGC), when we should have seen a first draft of the Treaty.
Foreign ministers agreed its terms on 7-8th September at the resort of Viana de Castelo, Portugal. There was a summit in Lisbon on the 18th and 19th October, where they hoped to sign the Treaty, but Gordon Brown signed it on December 13th 2007, commiting treason, the most criminal act on the statute book.
The EU has decided to act now as if the Treaty were already in force; they are consolidating their power each day. On 1.1.2009 the Reform Treaty and the other five seize all remaining power from our Westminster Parliament, which becomes defunct on that day; it has no remaining powers whatsoever. (The Treaties do allow Brussels to return minor powers, but that is very unlikely.) On 11th June 2009 we have bogus elections to the sham Brussels Parliament, the only elections we will get in the future.
Westminster's five year term expires on 5th May 2010 and a British General Election is due. The six treaties make no provision for an election to our Parliament. By that time the EU will have consolidated its absolute power, and it will almost certainly use it cancel that election and to close Westminster. The EU has always planned to rule what was Britain directly through its 12 nominated Regional capitals, by passing Westminster, from which every function will be removed.
Why the EU is NOT good for GREAT Britain.
1. Devastated British fishing grounds
2. Crazy Human Rights
3. Housing shortages due to open borders
4. Vast numbers of EU citizens now have as much right as British people to live in our country, with the numbers are set to increase
5. British Post Offices closing down due to nonsensical EU competition laws
6. Loss of the right to deport undesirables
7. Endless EU expansion to the East and beyond
8. Endless intrusive directives
9. Endless waste, bureaucracy and red tape
11 Suspicious accounts, not signed-off for 13 years
12 Unwanted EU symbols on driving licenses, number plates and passports
13 An EU (unelected) Foreign Minister (proposed)
14 An EU (unelected) President (proposed)
15 A new EU London “embassy” (proposed)
16 An EU military force (proposed)
17 An EU Constitution (AKA “treaty”) (proposed and probably irreversible)
18 The EU flag flying alongside our Union Jack (proposed)
19 EU zones in UK to replace our own County structure (proposed)
20 Loss of the British financial rebate and the constant drain of British money being used to subsidise foreign countries
21 “Qualified majority voting” (proposed) where a majority of other countries can make decisions that commit GREAT Britain
22 EU Commission decision makers not elected by the British people (N.B. these are not the same as elected MEP’s)
23 No British veto over EU decisions that may not serve our national interest (proposed)
24 Eventual European Super-State in which GREAT Britain loses its national sovereignty
25 Eventual adoption of Euro instead of British Sterling (inevitable)
26 Kinnock (rejected by the British people in a General Election but still in a position of power)
27 Staying in the EU means giving away more British jobs to cheap labour in foreign countries or allowing more foreign labour to enter Great Britain and undercut our rates.
Can those in favour of the staying in the EU think of 27 good reasons to make a logical argument as to why we derive any benefit at all from the EU?
I believe Mc Brown is utterly wrong to surrender any more power to the evil EU Empire without a referendum. It is 33 years since the GREAT British people expressed their opinion! It is high time to consult the people. We DEMAND our referendum.
Originally posted by kindred
Unlike our EU counterparts who are only too happy to roll over to fascists and fascism, we the British people believe in democracy and freedom. Always have done and always will. If these fascists want a third lesson in respect, lets give them one. I'll be only too happy to oblige them.
Originally posted by pieman
reply to post by Mikey84
yeah, cause you never hear aussies complaining about illegals that aren't actually illegal!!