posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 07:10 AM
I think this was one of those rare instances where the interests of Cameron's puppet masters and those of the British electorate were shared.
All Cameron had to do was maintain his resolve.
Seeing Sarkozy lose control and be physically restrained would have been a truly priceless moment.
However, Cameron doesn't give a toss about the interests or wishes of the electorate and I have absolutely no doubt he would have sold us out if his
masters had told him to.
It's my impression that whilst we in the UK see the benefits of a mutual trade agreement with continental Europe and there being some sort of travel,
work and cultural links, however, we have no desire at all to be part of some European super-state with full fiscal, government and judicial unity and
any subsequent loss of sovereignty, especially not to the grossly inept, corrupt and autocratic institute that the EU has become.
Britain itself requires urgent radical parliamentary and electoral reform giving increased power and authority to both 'the electorate' and devolved
regions and increased accountability of all elected officials free from the restraints that party politics puts upon us all.