Monday, 5 October 2009

Nous sommes trahis



William Rees-Mogg calmly summarises where we now stand with the EU in this morning's Times.
It has been a pan-European conspiracy involving the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, the former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, Lord Mandelson, the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy. These people share responsibility for the drafting, re-drafting and re-naming of the treaty. They worked together to prevent Britain having the promised referendum, knowing that the British would vote “No”.
Hints emerging this morning suggest that the Czechs won't hold, and within weeks the cultists will declare a new European State. This depresses me beyond measure. I love Europe and loathe the EU. There is nothing in the EU worth the loss of British sovereignty - a sovereignty we have fought a thousand years to defend, for which generations of British men have shed their blood.

If our absorption into this EU State had been decided democratically by a clear majority of the British people, I would learn to live with it; I would argue the rightness of it, but would accept its legitimacy. As it is, the traitors within have worked to prevent our having a voice. I will therefore never accept the suzerainty of Brussels. Never.

Now is the time when all true British men must ask themselves what is their nation worth - and ask whether we have the courage and tenacity of our fathers in defending our nation from the depredations of an alien suzerain.

Renegotiation is no longer enough. The debate must now move to our complete withdrawal from the structures of the EU.

7 comments:

Letters From A Tory said...

It is indeed one of the saddest moments facing this country's history. Klaus will be forced to sign up before long and Cameron doesn't have the balls to ask the British people what they really want out of the EU.

Henry Crun said...

LFAT, Klaus is the only political leader prepared to stand up to the AGW nonsense. Let's hope he maintains a similar stance on the EU Treaty...all is not lost just yet.

However, I fully agree with you Raedwald. We have been sold down the European river by a bunch of despicable traitors. I see now why Blair was ever so keen to ensure that ordinary citizens could not own firearms.

Anonymous said...

Have a care, gentlemen

Mac the Knife said...

"all true British men must ask themselves what is their nation worth - and ask whether we have the courage and tenacity of our fathers"

Everything.

Yes.

Anon: To hell with them all, and all their filthy works.

William Gruff said...

Rees-Mogg is blundering in the dark. The chinless dullard would do better to look back over his asinine pronouncements of the past ten and more years and consider how he might have changed things. If he squawks now it is only because he senses the approach of Christmas.

Mac the Knife said...

"If he squawks now it is only because he senses the approach of Christmas"

Shouldn't that be 'gobbles'? *innocent look*

William Gruff said...

I stand corrected.