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Quick question for UK members, Who will be the UK's Ron Paul ?

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posted on Aug, 14 2011 @ 05:46 AM
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Originally posted by JennaDarling

Originally posted by dizzylizzy
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There are still ninety two hereditary peers in the Lords. Many peers have no political alliegance, when the is an elected second chamber all it will give us is same old same.

Whoever we elect be they left ,right greens, UKIP,Independants etc are in it for one thing, their own idealogy

Belgium seems to be doing very well without a government.

From the Telegraph




Belgium has now gone for more than a year without a government and, you know what? Life is carrying on as normal. The crops are growing, the wheels are turning in the factories, the civil servants (there are lots of these) are lingering over their coffee and speculoos biscuits. A lighter than normal legislative agenda has given the country something of a boost: growth forecasts keep being upwardly revised, and the economy is expected to expand by 2.3 per cent this year


Telegraph Link

What other country in the EU or the one across the pond expects 2.3% growth this year?



China?



Since when was China a part of the EU or the USA?




posted on Aug, 14 2011 @ 05:52 AM
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Originally posted by dizzylizzy

Originally posted by JennaDarling

Originally posted by dizzylizzy
reply to post by stumason
 


There are still ninety two hereditary peers in the Lords. Many peers have no political alliegance, when the is an elected second chamber all it will give us is same old same.

Whoever we elect be they left ,right greens, UKIP,Independants etc are in it for one thing, their own idealogy

Belgium seems to be doing very well without a government.

From the Telegraph




Belgium has now gone for more than a year without a government and, you know what? Life is carrying on as normal. The crops are growing, the wheels are turning in the factories, the civil servants (there are lots of these) are lingering over their coffee and speculoos biscuits. A lighter than normal legislative agenda has given the country something of a boost: growth forecasts keep being upwardly revised, and the economy is expected to expand by 2.3 per cent this year


Telegraph Link

What other country in the EU or the one across the pond expects 2.3% growth this year?



China?



Since when was China a part of the EU or the USA?


You said "one across the pond". China is across the pond if you go the long way.



posted on Aug, 14 2011 @ 06:06 AM
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JennaDarling, I think you are being overly literal. The term "accross the pond" refers to the US.

China is a developing nation and therefore will have a high growth rate. The EU and North America are advanced and developed economies.

Regards



posted on Aug, 14 2011 @ 10:43 AM
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Originally posted by dizzylizzy
There are still ninety two hereditary peers in the Lords. Many peers have no political alliegance, when the is an elected second chamber all it will give us is same old same.


A temporary measure and those 90 are elected by other peers (two hold Royal Offices) and as they die off, their replacements will be elected by a vote in Parliament. With the forthcoming reforms, they will find themselves turfed out soon enough anyway.

And you're wrong on allegiance. Of the 677 peers, only 153 are "crossbenchers". The biggest block by far is Labour, with some 238 peers as they seemed to want to make everyone a Lord.


Originally posted by dizzylizzy
Whoever we elect be they left ,right greens, UKIP,Independants etc are in it for one thing, their own idealogy


That is the point I have been trying to make, we get what we vote for and mnost don't even bother to vote, distorting the system. If we voted properly and for the candidate that best represented our area's, instead of along party lines, the problem would go away.


Originally posted by dizzylizzy
Belgium seems to be doing very well without a government.


Not really, they are actually facing a large political effort to split the country in two, which is gaining ground without a strong central Government. The fact their economy is ticking over is more to do with the fact people have just been left to get on with it, but don't expect anything else. There won't be any major policy decisions and in a crisis, Belgium would be rudderless.


Originally posted by dizzylizzy
What other country in the EU or the one across the pond expects 2.3% growth this year?


The US? They're expected to grow by 3.5% apparently. And try out Germany, Poland, Hungary....The list goes on. Belgium is nothing special.

ec.europa.eu...
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posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 12:50 PM
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And all you americans that think England is a country, seriously, look at a map


LOL. Learn2Geography.

Learn the difference between England, U.K, Great Britain.



posted on May, 4 2012 @ 02:39 AM
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Originally posted by JennaDarling

But currently everybody is ruled by Westminster via the Treasury.



Apart from those of us who have exercised our right to withdraw our consent to being governed by statutes.



posted on May, 4 2012 @ 02:44 AM
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The gospel according to youtube.



posted on May, 4 2012 @ 02:52 AM
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David Davis was our Ron Paul but he was soon hobbled. He is ex TA SAS, therefore has a lot of military support. He is aware of the False Flag Fraud. Myself and others made sure of that. In a similar way to Ron Paul he rarely mentions False Flag Terror and instead uses his knowledge to tie his opponents in knots. If you never state that you know what the fraud is while making it obvious you are aware then your opponents have to stew in their own juice.



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