Saturday, 2 November 2013

EU to 'postpone' 2014 elections?

Signs of increasing nervousness are emerging from Brussels at the potential results of the 2014 Euro elections. Not only UKIP's success in the UK, but France's FN, 5* in Italy and a host of other Euphobic parties look set to win  a record number of seats in the European Parliament, unseating scores of purple-veined old troughers whose votes for 'ever greater union' could previously be taken for granted.

EU unelected officials including Herman Von Rumpy and Manual Barolo are under pressure from MEPs who face losing their seats, livelihoods, £100k a year expenses and 20-hour week part time job and face a return to ordinary life to cancel or postpone the election. A Euro crisis may be manufactured early in 2014 to give Brussels the excuse to keep the existing European Parliament indefinitely.

Nonentity Italian puppet PM Henrico Letter warned Europe's left-wing press yesterday that Europe 'is facing a struggle between populist democratic legitimacy and the continued beneficent rule of unelected officials' and that unless action was taken to protect the unelected officials against democratic populism Europe risked becoming a total democracy. 'Allowing ordinary people to vote freely is not in their own interest', Snr Letter said.


DeeDee99 said...

I wouldn't be in the least bit surprised if the EU Parliament elections are postponed because of a "crisis" but really for fear of the results.

In fact I was predicting this in my comments on various sites last year.

What the MEPs, Kommisars and Eurocrats don't understand (or don't want to understand) is that the longer they deny us any form of democracy when it comes to the EU, the worse it will be for them in the long run.

Fortunately, there IS enough rope and there ARE enough lamp-posts.

G. Tingey said...

I, minded of Berthold Brecht's comments, about (paraphrase) ...
"Dismissing the people in order to get a good government"
He was being bitterly sarcastic, about the failure of the supposed ideals of the DDR in 1953, shortly before his death.
Seems it might apply, again, to this lot?

Somehow, I don't think it will happen - the outrage would almost certainly spill over onto the streets, & with any luck, extend to the lamp-posts ....

Anonymous said...

I long thought that, if he'd have been in possession of a 'pair', then Mr. Brown also harboured similar thoughts. To dispense with that silly democratic process - stuff of nonsense! To cancel the election, so that he, Gordon "I saved the world you ungrateful BASTARDS!" that he, could get on the with the 'end to boom and bust'.

Rumpy and his fat mate are no democrats, if they feel the time is right for a 'coup', then a pretext will be easily manufactured.
Thus, a reodering of Strasbourg and their minions, then so be it - the European elite with their corporate cronies will not be unseated by the hoi polloi, ahem that would never do.

Brussels spouts totalitarianism, and there is so much more 'work' to be done [last week we sorted out the crappers] until a communist nirvana is descended on Western Christendom, or Caliphate - it's a race, between the cultural Marxists and their 'allies' the Islamists on a downward path - to mutual assured destruction.

Cancel a pan European election?
Let us see - said cancellation would confirm what we all knew - the 'lions' of Berlaymont are no better at accountable governance than the strutting tinpot military dictators of a central African republic formerly under French or, Belgian rule.

right_writes said...

"Dismissing the people in order to get a good government"

I thought that was Rousseau?

Lou said...

The longer they delay the election, the worse it gets.

Some of us have been harping on about the EU and TCI for years.

Many still have to wise up to what's going on.

Slow, gradual, methodical - and EU wide - the ripples spread.

Oh do please engineer another crisis! The way this shower of slurry mess things up just plays into the hands of Golden Dawn and our very own BNP.

In time they'll begin to understand the enormity of their actions. If they're anxious about the BNP and such, well there's always the EDL, SDL and such waiting in the wings!

Anonymous said...

I think it was Brecht, but it is a common enough theme. Rousseau said something like: The English think they are free. They are free only during the election of members of parliament. which is pretty much the same.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a Nazi policy

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Elby the Beserk said...

"'Allowing ordinary people to vote freely is not in their own interest', Snr Letter said."

Mail article doesn't mention this - got a link Radders? I can believe he might think that, but if he said it as well, well, that's one for the bookmarks

Raedwald said...

Oops sorry Elby - I was satirising what the pompous little jerk did say - and clearly came up with a credible if factually incorrect attribution of what he actually meant. I'll try to be less credibly satiric in future ...

Weekend Yachtsman said...

@right-writes: No, G.T. is correct. The full quote is:

"After the uprising of the 17th of June, the Secretary of the Writers Union had leaflets distributed in the Stalinallee stating that the people had forfeited the confidence of the government and could win it back only by redoubled efforts.

Would it not be easier in that case for the government to dissolve the people and elect another?"

And it was Brecht.