Thursday, 9 July 2015

Suzanne Moore joins EUphobes

Just a minor snippet as we await the Greek outcome; the Guardian's Suzanne Moore has opened her eyes to the fundamental wrongness of the Brussels Federasts.

There is more joy in heaven ....

6 comments:

Cuffleyburgers said...

Thank you for the link Radders, very good article (as usual) by Simon Jenkins as well who really makes the case as pithily as it can be that GHrexit is the only half decent solution.

Of course as we all know that opens up a Pandora's box of unwelcome possibilities for the EU techocrats, but it seems to me that the decisive voice is Merkels, and she has realised that domestically her people don't want to contribute another pfennig to the Greeks and I suspect though I haven't seen it reported that plenty of Germans contemplate an eventual return to the DM with a certain tranquillity (which of course is the why the French are so keen to kick the sodding can down the road again).

Obama's now waded in as stupidly and clumsily as ever with the startling insight that we need to find a good solution to this problem. Mmmh - who'd'a guessed that? As his interventions usually have the opposite effect to what he intends, this might be enough to achieve Grexit.

Anonymous said...

Those fuckwits, the usual suspects who write their Marxist guff in the graun', do we detect and finally, a lifting of the fog of groupthink collectivist ideology and with it, their purblind inability to see what has been plain to most other sapient people - what the grand projet is actually all about?

Don't hold your breath! They'll talk themselves round just like they did after the Charlie Hebdo slaughter, "it's nothing to do with Islam"...... here's a good article by Brendan - a taster:

[...] So it is understandable that in media circles in Europe, including among the most pro-EU, there has been discomfort, concern, a new willingness to question the EU’s behaviour. The New Statesman wonders what has happened to ‘the European Union [that] brought peace and prosperity to the people of Europe’. A writer for the Herald in Glasgow spoke for many among the post-nationalist, post-border, post-modern set when he said ‘those of us who believed that the EU was a great achievement of enlightened internationalism… have been forced to think again’. ‘Where is the Social Europe?’, he asked; why has it been replaced by ‘pig-headed bureaucrats’? Even at the Guardian, for 20 years effectively a propaganda sheet for Brussels, there have been mutterings that perhaps ‘the disaster of the Euro [is] strangling the larger European project it was meant to serve’.[end quote]

Anonymous said...

I fear that you are wrong. Moore thinks that the Germans (and us) should just go on doling out more money after bad to the benefit-seeking Greeks, just as she thinks we should to the equivalent parasites in our own country.

Anonymous said...

We "little Englanders" were never "swivel eyed lunatics" this dozy bint and those like her were. I doubt if she will ever admit that.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone asked her what her coffee smells like?

Woodsy42 said...

Sorry, I can't take anyone with hair like that seriously.