EU | One-way street political warfare

12 05 2010

With the Lisbon Treaty firmly in place with all the possibilities wanted by Eurocrats, the sweet-talking and reassurance of a team ethos has ended with Anglophobic reactions from the French once more.

I want OUT of the European Union.  Main reason I support Nationalism is that it keeps my tyrants local.

For the love of God, how much longer must we put up with the disdain shown towards us from our Parliamentarians in regards to the undemocratic Eunification Project?  And more importantly, how on earth can we throw our lot in with the Europeans?  This is a continent that contains tribes who, since naming of our isles the Pretanic Islands, have only ever sought to conquer Her.

The mind boggles, especially after reading that a French politician who is supposedly on of our ‘team’ once again plans to destabilise Her Auld Enemy with financial warfare.

Britain must fend for itself in event of crisis, French official warns

By Angela Monaghan, Economics Reporter.  Published: 12:20PM BST 11 May 2010

Britain should not rely on EU help in the event of a renewed financial crisis after refusing to sign up to the bulk of a €500bn (£429bn) rescue package for the eurozone, the head of the French financial markets watchdog said.

Jean-Pierre Jouyet said the UK would have to fend for itself if ongoing political uncertainty led to a meltdown in the financial markets.

“The English are very certainly going to be targeted given the political difficulties they have. Help yourself and heaven will help you. If you don’t want to show solidarity to the eurozone, then let’s see what happens to the United Kingdom,” he told Europe 1 radio.

Mr Jouyet, European affairs minister from 2007-2008, was clearly angered by the Chancellor Alistair Darling’s refusal to pledge funds in an attempt to protect the euro, by failing to agree to provide troubled eurozone countries with €440bn in loans or guarantees.

He said it was a clear sign of the divisions within the European Union. “There is not a two speed Europe but a three speed Europe. You have Europe of the euro, Europe of the countries that understand the euro…and you have the English,” he said.

However, Mr Darling did agree to contribute to a €60bn extension to an existing European Union facility to help those countries in particular difficulty.

The International Monetary Fund has agreed to provide a further €250bn.

The bail-out agreement boosted markets around the world on Monday, including the FTSE 100 which closed up 5pc – the biggest one-day jump since December 8, 2008.

Part of that gain was unwound on Tuesday morning, with the FTSE 100 down 1.8pc at 5291. The pound was down at around $1.48.

As political uncertainty rumbled on, with no new government in place, analysts at Morgan Stanley said investors should sell the pound, targeting $1.35. It said the prospect of a Labour-Liberal Democrat coalition would hit sterling.

“We have decided to initiate a short pound-dollar position,” said Stephen Hull, global head of currency strategy. “This coalition would probably find it difficult to make the required tough spending cuts to the public deficit, risking a downgrade by the rating agencies in coming months.”

I agree with the Frenchman on one point though.  It is time we helped ourselves and cut all ties with those who seek to defraud us.

We could start by withholding the £15bn Alister Darling magicked out of thin air for the Euroloan to bail-out Greece, we have our own house to worry about.  Actually, we could withdraw from the Political Straight Jacket that is the European Union, once more resulting in a bountiful saving of billions.  After that, we could reinstate Britain’s coastal territories and fishing rights, goodbye landlocked Luxembourg’s fishing fleet.  And then finally, to seal off Europe completely in case of another plague, plug up the channel tunnel.

We’re friends with these people?

Once more, we need out of the Eurozone completely.  No referendum, just a complete political withdrawal.  I’ve seen how the EU hierarchy handle (more like blatantly interfere with) democratic referendums and from experiance.  Just as bad as our recent General Election that was a fitting tribute to South African politics.

I wouldn’t trust the Political Establishment to oversee a Pot Noodle’s progress in the microwave, let alone deMOCKracy.

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