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EU MEPs WALK OUT On Czech President's Honesty

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posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 12:43 PM
This video shows how the EU MEPs will never listen to any opposing views of the EU that do not meet their views that they are imposing on the people. Their views that led to a YES vote in Ireland, and their views that can never be criticised.

Please watch the video. It is distributed by the UKIP party, but in fact it's for any euro-skeptic, as the proof is right here in this video. Who says that the UKIP and Sinn Fein are wrong about the EU? You need to be radical to openly oppose what is against the law to be opposed:

Also pay attention to the part after everyone walks out on his speech, where the German EU Parliament Chief admits that "75% admits 75% of all our laws are EU-made, and that under the Lisbon Treaty it will be 100%".

Having grown up in Germany, I can confirm that this is what he said.

He said the following:

If we were not that influential today, then we would not be the legislator of 75% of all laws in Europe and with the Lisbon Treaty in nearly 100% of all cases...

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posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 01:00 PM
The video isn't working because of a malformed video ID but that's because the link contains an extra V=. Delete the extra V= from the link and you can see the video.

Lovely to see the Czech PM get turned into another Ahmadinejad

posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 01:12 PM
yeah that's a really mature way to handle things.

what your saying doesn't fit with what i want to do, so i am walking out.

to think these people are considered leaders or representatives of the people

edited to add: [atsimg][/atsimg]

look at all these $#%#%&^'s not even willing to listen to an alternative point of view.

so many...

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posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 01:23 PM
Thanks for that. I went and looked at the video direct on youtube ( ).

He makes a valid point:

In our government something is proposed and then more often than not there is an opposition party to keep things in control. With the EU it's ALL and no query. That to me is a very dangerous proposition.

To conquer a country is to rule them. War is costly.
Now each country is rolling over to be conquered and ruled by a central hub that has no grasp on reality except for it's own gain....and without war!

Financial collapse has accelerated the fact that countries want to embrace the EU. This in my mind is simply making it even more viable that it is all engineered - a different kind of war. If troops turned up on the coasts of the UK to begin occupying then the people would stand, shout and fight. Slide it in under a pretext of union and security, ensuring it is wrapped nicely up in an exceptionally confusing document/language then we'll happily allow exactly that to happen - to be ruled from shores that are not our own.
What did my Grandad (American on B-17 bomber) fight for???

posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 01:28 PM
reply to post by Alaskan Man

Sorry, Star In A Jar, I will fix it right away. Edit: Thanks to the Mod for fixing it. Again? It's the first time I did

Of course thanks to Alaskan Man for inserting the video again.

You are completely right that it is utterly disgraceful for the MEPs to behave that way. It's very childish and shows why a second referendum was forced on the people of Ireland after they already said NO last year.

Opposition is just not the way to go. Sounds worse than the Mafia. More like The Fourth Reich under a new dictator and his Nazi followers.

It's very scary...and THIS is a President they are walking away from. A very respected President of the Czech Republic, not a radical activist! No wonder more than 50% of his people don't approve of the Lisbon Treaty!

It's also not surprising that the EU Parliament Leader Jose Manuel Barroso was, as a student,...

one of the leaders of the underground Maoist MRPP (Reorganising Movement of the Proletariat Party, later PCTP/MRPP-Communist Party of the Portuguese Workers/Revolutionary Movement of the Portuguese Proletariat).


Below you can see the very famous political 1976 interview recorded by RTP in which he criticizes the bourgeois education system:

It is now people like us who are protesting his dictatorship.

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posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 01:44 PM
reply to post by AlwaysQuestion

So that's how France was liberated during the war.

France and Germany made an agreement that together they would control all of Europe within the next 75 years.

By the way, I'm a French Irish who grew up in Germany...I'm just kidding
Just worried about my Irish side being in a meager tiny little minority of no-say-at-all.

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posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 03:43 PM
Welcome one and all to the new UESR (Union of European Socialist Republics), why do you need to take control of countries through expensive war when all you need to do is offer the greedy politicians a couchie high paid job with an even bigger "no questions asked" expenses account.

I cant wait for the day when 450 million people wake up and realise we have been well and truly shafted.

posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 10:50 PM
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many politicians have been like this for hundreds of years..

posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 11:29 PM
Haha, those politicians are more hard-headed and arrogant than American politicians!! And that's really saying something.

Ah, we speak different languages but we all fight against corrupt authority just the same.

posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 11:50 PM
The only time when these scum walk out on speeches is when sense is being spoken. This is just another Ahmadinejad (he does actually make a lot of sense a lot of the time).

posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 12:20 AM

soes that mean Czech republic will reject that facistic constitution stuff?

posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 12:48 AM
How troubling it is, that those politicians walk out on the Czech President without letting him finish. I thought he was very eloquent and thoughtful in his criticism of the EU. To just walk out on someone is rude and obnoxious. However, I saw something that disturbed me, especially, with the railing by that German politician, what I saw from his outburst was the sign of teeth and a snarl at any opposition of EU policy and legislation by member countries.

In other words, the EU is telling the rest of Europe, they have power and any opposition will be silenced or thwarted. The German politician had a very authoritarian undertone to language and rhetoric in his remarks. It's either the way of the EU and its objectives, or the highway. Therefore, no wiggle room for anyone. That is truly alarming, and should be reminder to other regions, about the thought of forming a transnational confederation.

posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 12:58 AM
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This is the latest news for Monday, October 5th:

I'm sorry to say that Poland has now pledged to sign the treaty, which leaves the Czech Republic by themselves with some support from the UK Tories.

As a result Czech President Vaclav Klaus has said the following:

I am afraid that the people of Britain should have been doing something really much earlier and not just now, too late, saying something and waiting for my decision.

UK Tory leader David Cameron promised a UK referendum if the Tories should win the elections in May or June 2010. However, there is no chance, since by that time the Lisbon Treaty will already be in effect.

Rothschild puppet David Cameron knows how to play games himself...why would he ever oppose the treaty, except for that the majority of his party don't support it? (he did once or twice attend the Bilderberg meeting)

Of course his major concern is that ex-Labor party leader and prime minister Tony Blair (also attended Bilderberg meetings) may just become the first EU President, or is he just going along with what the public want to hear?

So the Times Onlinearticle goes as follows:

The last hurdles for the Lisbon treaty — and to Tony Blair’s chance of becoming Europe’s first president — seemed to fall away yesterday when the Poles pledged to sign and the Czech President warned David Cameron that it was “too late” for him to stop the document taking effect.

But Vaclav Klaus will still have the treaty reassessed by his country's consitutional court:

Vaclav Klaus signalled that he would pass the treaty once it had been reassessed by the Czech Constitutional Court, a process which could take some weeks but is unlikely to last until May or June, when Mr Cameron hopes to take power and then hold a referendum.

As if David Cameron didn't always know that when he first made the promise...

So the Lisbon Treaty could come into force as soon as January 1:

With the Polish President, Lech Kaczynski, also saying yesterday that he would ratify following the emphatic approval of the treaty by Ireland in its re-run referendum, it could come into force as soon as January 1.

EU leaders hope to decide upon both their new president and foreign minister, the position of High Representative also created by the treaty, at their summit in Brussels at the end of this month.

End of this Blair will be back hovering over our heads and all over the media before Christmas...why not put Chirac as President then? I guess he's too old...I'm for Margaret Thatcher who happens to support Vaclav Klaus...

So what else does the article say?

The Czech Constitutional Court will announce in two weeks’ time a timetable for its latest inquiry, demanded by senators close to President Klaus and widely seen as a delaying tactic. think that I wasn't sure if people were serious that there will be EU embassies around the world, the article continues as follows:

Besides the two new jobs, the treaty creates an External Action Service for the EU — effectively a Foreign Office, with embassies around the world.

Who else is a candidate besides Blair?

A range of names besides Mr Blair has been suggested, including several current Prime Ministers: Jan Peter Balkenende of the Netherlands, François Fillon of France and Jean-Claude Juncker of Luxembourg. Other former leaders under discussion include Felipe González of Spain, Wolfgang Schüssel of Austria, Mary Robinson of Ireland and Paavo Lipponen of Finland.

Fresh from his first real success since becoming Irish leader in May last year, the Taioseach, Brian Cowen, yesterday signalled that Mr Blair could expect Irish backing.

How nice of Brian Cowen to support Tony Blair instead of his own country's Mary Robinson...

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posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 01:25 AM
yeah im Polish and they didnt even ask us ...

posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 02:05 AM
the disgusting thing is all the eu politicians are giving interviews saying how democratic the passing of the EU treaty has been although hardly anyone was asked...and that the people who are now against it are anti-democratic..

its double talk...

god i hope they hold out enough to give the british a chance of a referendum..

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posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 04:08 AM

Originally posted by AlwaysQuestion
Thanks for that. I went and looked at the video direct on youtube ( ).

What did my Grandad (American on B-17 bomber) fight for???

He fought for give us 30 years of peace and prosperity in our European Countries...As for American people you were able to sell us a lot of stuff and therefore it makes you richer and more powerful until recently.But I think it won t be long before you rise up again^^...........or not

posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 04:34 AM

posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 04:37 AM
This is absolutly disgusting these ignorant pigs will be the ones who make our laws soon. How can they call themselves democratic when they will not even listen to someone else's point of view! WE really are daydreaming into an un-democratic poilice enforced dictatorship.

posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 05:02 AM
I agree with a poster above who's Grandad was B17 airman.

I agree too, what was the purpose of WW2 what was the purpose of many British, American, Indian, Aussies, kiwi's etc dying.

The EU has now taken over, well The EU empire is still really an infant, but like all other Empires in history, it will crumble from infighting. Then the EU's enemies will take advantage.

Watch this space.

posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 05:11 AM
Hi I´m from Czech Rep.

Problem is that normal people are also ignorants. Everyone here knows about Lisbon Treaty but absolute majority of people know nothing about it.
They think it´s just another ordinary thing and our president is making shame for whole country.
If you tell them that our president is only one "who knows" then they laught on you.

Ignorance and ignorance... Europe is changing fastly without people noticing it.

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