Saturday, 5 March 2016

Shroud-waving Juncker plumbs new depths for 'Stay' campaign

The EU's senior official JC Juncker (unelected) plumbed new depths of gutter campaigning yesterday in a speech in which he claimed
"Europe gains whenever we point out that Europe is a major project for peace. Whoever does not believe in Europe, who doubts Europe, whoever despairs of Europe, should visit the military cemeteries in Europe."
Juncker's efforts in attempting to equate the EU's history of ineptitude, inaction, provocation, torpidity, stupidity and ineffectiveness in foreign affairs to the efforts of NATO and the sovereign nations of Europe in maintaining peace has angered many. 

Juncker appears to have memory problems; he forgets the EU's utter failure to prevent, slow or suspend a war in the Balkans that claimed thousands of lives, forgets the role of the EU and the grossly incompetent Catherine Ashton in fomenting war in Ukraine and seems wholly to ignore the EU's complete failure to have any part in the solution of the migrant crisis, the EU's failure itself raising tensions between nations and feeding the rise of a new far-right in Europe.  

Any objective assessment of the EU's role in regard to peace in Europe will find that rather than helping keep it, the EU has a malign effect in causing tension, aggression and armed conflict. The bodies of 900,000 Britons from the Great War and half as many again from Hitler's War lie beneath the world's battlefields as testimony to the United Kingdom's blood sacrifice in saving Europe from previous Federast zealots. 

And no one blames Juncker for having a father who was conscripted into the Wehrmacht during the time of a previous attempt to create an involuntary united Europe. One just wishes he'd learned the lesson from it.

13 comments:

Barnacle Bill said...

I thought the pictures of Hollande and Cameroon in one of the Allied war graves was in particular bad taste.

Two Quislings walking on hallowed soil.

Oh, how the souls of those Fallen Heroes must have been turning as those two traitors walked amongst them.

DeeDee99 said...

I expect the unelected, unaccountable Presidents of the USSR also told their captive nations that membership of their union had prevented war in Eastern Europe. Which of course it did - by crushing any dissent.

I see little real difference between the Soviet dictators and the ones in Brussels.

right_writes said...

I beg to differ Raedwald, I don't think he forgets these things...

He is merely a useful tool in the further unification of the central European empire...

This will be the fourth attempt (at least) and each one has failed, and each new one brings forth tools like Juncker... drunk on power.

But like Cameron, he is just a useful idiot.

There is something unseemly about the Germans, something that we very similar English seem to have lost in the journey west.

Dioclese said...

The EU is the Fourth Reich.

Google 'Red House Agreement' and you'll see it for what it is - the plan by the leading industrialists of Hitler's Germany to try again later after deciding the war was lost. This time it's economic warfare rather than guns and bombs but it's the same thing.

Greater Germania by the back door

Sterculian Rhetoric said...

".....The EU's senior official JC Juncker (unelected)......."

It seems the 'unelected' moniker is meant to imply he is somehow illegitimate and not worthy of leading the great British people.
It seems many 'elected' folks are also seen as illegitimate and not worthy of leading the great British masses who elected her/him.
Y'all moan and whinge about your elected masters and un-elected masters in equal measure, why bother to explicitly differentiate? If one is elected or appointed appears to be irrelevant when it is decided y'all are gonna complain.

mikebravo said...

Funny to see Cameron and the Greater Drunker Junker palling around among the graves.
All mates and all in it together.
Never mind Dave apparently trying to slip in the dagger and oppose Junker becoming Il Presidente.
No doubt that was another sham to fool the ever gullible masses.

A sad day when a British prime minister slinks off to get johnny foreigner to threaten the British people with dire consequences for not doing what they are told.

Cameron is truly the heir to Blair.

mikebravo said...

Must be drunker than junker.
It was Hollande that he was cottaging with.

Anonymous said...

Trade always, political and corporate control - NEVER!

There is, panic in the federasts camp, they sense that we know it - Britain will prosper out and away from, the economic catastrophe, a disaster€zone burning up in a financial conflagration; of bust banks, bad debt, egregious economic policy and profligate social engineering on a scale of monumental proportions - it cannot go on beyond this forthcoming summer, how many more millions will come?

If Britain doesn't kill it (the EU) off, then mass immigration will.

The idea that and by somehow Britain is safer, protected within the bosom of a political construct which sees daily, our past, present and future enemies are basting, spit roasting Britain, skewered as we are on the funeral pyre made of the woodentops of Brussels.
How can it be that, we could be better off lashed to the stake, where the flames of imminent immolation are about to engulf this woeful, statist construct named, the EU?

We are the defenders of European freedom, without us - the EU dies, when we leave we'll be doing all of Europe a favour - again.

Not that I give a flying fig for Germany and France - Britain for its future prosperity and security needs to ship away from the collapsing Empire of Brussels and France and Germany with it.

As that numb blare of preposterous, purblind wittering, a bibulous bureaucrat, in his every utterance confirms it, he, they, the green tosser Camoron knows full well that it (the EU) cannot survive without Britain, so lets do our fellow Europeans the greatest service - by leaving the Imperialistic Brussels Empire and forever.

Out, out now.

Anonymous said...

Anyone with a modicum of sense could see that the migrant crisis needed to be stopped in its tracks right at the beginning. Put up barriers, bring in the army if necessary and boats picking up migrants from the sea should have scuttled the migrants' boat and taken the migrants straight back, not acted as a ferry service to Europe. In every way this crisis was handled badly, handled to encourage more rather than discourage. The EU showed it is entirely incapable of acting quickly and decisively, is not fit to rule over us. Individual countries like Hungary and Austria were quick off the mark in rebuffing migrants. They have showed sense unlike the idiots of the EU.

Patroller said...

You seem to attract a bunch of xenophobic fools to your swamp, especially that cretin Dioclese.

Anonymous said...

Readwald said:

'Juncker's efforts in attempting to equate the EU's history of ineptitude, inaction, provocation, torpidity, stupidity and ineffectiveness in foreign affairs to the efforts of NATO and the sovereign nations of Europe in maintaining peace has angered many.'

Angered my Dad when he was alive. His unit (7/8 King's Hussars) took over a former SS Panzer depot in Schleswig-Holstein a year after the war ended. The signing of the Treaty of Brussels 2 years later meant they were there for the long haul - apart from a break for the Korean War. NATO came out of that treaty, comprised of Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, and the United Kingdom. So where was the EU during that fractious period between 1945 and the creation of NATO in 1949? Didn't fucking exist is the answer.

The ECSC (European Coal and Steel Community) began in 1951 with the Treaty of Paris, however the direct ancestor of the EU, the EEC, wouldn't exist until 1957 when the Treaty of Rome was signed. Junker talks bollocks because he's a socialist - and as we all know when socialists want the narrative changed they usually start with a quick rewrite of history. Then if you disagree you get a sneer, disagree a bit more and you get a boot on your face.

Steve

Nathan Brittles said...

I find it amusing that the more the "Inners" try to frighten us, the more people are saying that they will vote out. We are not idiots but Camoron seems to think we are.

Anonymous said...

"Junker talks bollocks because he's a socialist - and as we all know when socialists want the narrative changed they usually start with a quick rewrite of history. Then if you disagree you get a sneer, disagree a bit more and you get a boot on your face."

Steve, your prose is picking up it now glides off the page, the vehemence and black anger is still thick (as it should be) but the words are now that much more effective, keep it up, your posts are excellent, your words speak to the truth.

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"You seem to attract a bunch of xenophobic fools to your swamp, especially that cretin Dioclese."

And what are you...........a groupie? One of the swamp hounds?

As to your idiot intervention, do some reading.

There is indeed, much merit and truth in the contention that the EU is the IV Reich made manifest.


After, Germany vanquished in two world wars. The grand German industrialists, landowners and power brokers who backed the madman and who had never gone away they saw a great opportunity.

Where, instead of through Vi et Armis, the method of getting its way - German hegemony on all matters was by way of domination of the political sphere and via the transport of Brussels with German domination through industrial might.
The industries which gave impetus to the Nazis post war, were mainly intact. Plus, as the Burghers realized making Billions and being ever more fabulously rich, it's as much fun trashing countries with production and buying up engineering firms as it is bombing them.
N.B. Note I did not use the word 'competition' - the Germans don't believe in real competition not when you can bend the rules to suit your crap - expensive over rated cars - emissions regulation being one obvious scam.


The Germans always looked on Mitteleuropa as their fiefdom, the Vichy - France was always in their back pockets, Italy were no opposition, the only country was die entfernten Verwandten, und kleine BrĂ¼der - us, they feared us, they had to do for us.
And the EU, the perfect vehicle.

The trouble is, with our Ger.....manic cousins, as per fucking usual - the Krauts always bite off more than they can chew.