It is time to put Britain before EU

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Not to mention the absolute BILLIONS given to the corrupt undemocratic monster since the 1st January 1973.
 
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What you mean put Britain before the EU the way France does for France and Germany does for Germany.
 
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Conrad_Cock said:
What you mean put Britain before the EU the way France does for France and Germany does for Germany.
That will never happen in Britain,especially with politicians like Mandleson (and before him the Kinnocks)in the EU's pocket.

It was never was explained how Mandleson paid off his mortgages,was it?.I wouldn't even dream of thinking of the words backhander or bung.
 
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I fear the poster of this thread may be 'visited' by the 'Thought Police - Stasi/Gestapo) of Commissar Brown.

How can anyone doubt the efficacy of an unelected, unaccountable, inauditable organisation such as the European National Socialist Soviet Union?

Nobody in Britains' current political firmament has the guts to say what a disgraceful shower of shit the entire European misadventure is.

PS: If you put Britain first, that will adversely affect Bliar's 'presidency' - what a ****ing pity!?

PPS. The * above is: fvcking, got that - fvcking!
 
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Erm, its time for a referendum too, but I wont be holding my breath.

EDIT: On the whole EU I mean not the lisbon treaty/constitition/lie.
 
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And the EU, like all politicians everywhere, says: "We understand your misgivings and worries, but just pay up, suckers!". That's what you get when you're in a *cough* "representative democracy".

MsG
 
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Le_addeur_noir said:
Conrad_Cock said:
What you mean put Britain before the EU the way France does for France and Germany does for Germany.
That will never happen in Britain,especially with politicians like Mandleson (and before him the Kinnocks)in the EU's pocket.

It was never was explained how Mandleson paid off his mortgages,was it?.I wouldn't even dream of thinking of the words backhander or bung.
Funny that about paying off the mortgage, when I paid mine off, from my gratuity it was explained to me that I may have to explain to the authorities where I managed to lay my hands on £42,000, as it could have been from illegal activities. Wonder if he was asked the same question.
 
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Conrad_Cock said:
Le_addeur_noir said:
Conrad_Cock said:
What you mean put Britain before the EU the way France does for France and Germany does for Germany.
That will never happen in Britain,especially with politicians like Mandleson (and before him the Kinnocks)in the EU's pocket.

It was never was explained how Mandleson paid off his mortgages,was it?.I wouldn't even dream of thinking of the words backhander or bung.
Funny that about paying off the mortgage, when I paid mine off, from my gratuity it was explained to me that I may have to explain to the authorities where I managed to lay my hands on £42,000, as it could have been from illegal activities. Wonder if he was asked the same question.
When I got my mortgage they were reluctant to give me it due to being a soldier as they deemed me a bad financial risk, then when I tipped up a deposit of 100 grand plus from many years of hard savings and wise investments I was investigated for money laundering.

I was able to produce ALL relevant paperwork (Going back almost 20 years) Strange that a mere squaddie was able to do this but not a nuumber of government ministers.

Back to the thread... f*ck the EU and all who sail in her!
 
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Back to the thread... f*ck the EU and all who sail in her!

Yep. Can you think of any other organisation that:

-Was founded on lies?
-Has increasingly obtained powers by non democratic means?
-Is run by politicians rejected by the ballot box?
-Is so corrupt that its own accountants haven't signed the books for over a decade?
-Is run by an elite, sticking two fingers up to voters?
 
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Yokel said:
Back to the thread... f*ck the EU and all who sail in her!

Yep. Can you think of any other organisation that:

-Was founded on lies?
-Has increasingly obtained powers by non democratic means?
-Is run by politicians rejected by the ballot box?
-Is so corrupt that its own accountants haven't signed the books for over a decade?
-Is run by an elite, sticking two fingers up to voters?
Sounds a bit like the old totalitarian governments of the Soviet Union
 
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The problem is that people believe the EU is the saviour of half the problems caused by an incompitent Govt.... Rather than trying to get someone decent people in. Some no doubt would sell their souls so the EU can tell Britain what it must and musn't do and take massive amounts of money to pay for greedy polititians and the even more corrupt eastern EU countries.
 
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The irony is that being an island made us look far beyond our shores, to the corners of the globe, our influence and values spread in centuries of history by ships of oak and canvas and the hearty men who sailed them. We have been influenced by them, langauge, culture, even the ethnic and religous diversity in our society are products of engaging with the whole world. Should we now turn our backs on the rest of the world?

Economically, why does concentrating almost exclusively on the Eurozone make sense when the growth markets will be the the Asia/Pacific region?
 
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Kurtle said:
The problem is that people believe the EU is the saviour of half the problems caused by an incompitent Govt.... Rather than trying to get someone decent people in. Some no doubt would sell their souls so the EU can tell Britain what it must and musn't do and take massive amounts of money to pay for greedy polititians and the even more corrupt eastern EU countries.
Well, the EU is smart, just like Labour, in buying votes! They give out massive amounts of money to the less-well-off and newer members, thereby creating a dependancy on the continuation of the EU. Countries like Ireland, who had already voted against the referendum once, had to do it again on the back of the incredulousness of the EU that despite taking vast amounts of money from the EU, then had the cheek to vote NO! Not on, old boy. Do it again.

There are some bits of the EU that are good, like the ease of travel and work, but when they start to intrude on our daily lives to the point that they have, and when they think they know what's best for this country vis-a-vis foreign and defence policies, they can take a flying leap off Beachy Head. And take Broon and Co. with them.
 
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Yokel said:
Economically, why does concentrating almost exclusively on the Eurozone make sense when the growth markets will be the the Asia/Pacific region?
I think William Hague got it right when he said that we should be focussing on improving trade and relations within the Commonwealth, as Britain still has (but rapidly eroding under Labour) a good standing.

As you said, the growth markets will be the Asia/Pacific region, and this zone includes most of the Commonwealth. Barroso, Sarkozy et al be damned.
 
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What do you expect,just look at the cnuts we have had representing us in the EU, Kinnock, who sacked the women who he had given tha job of stopping corruption, when she pointed out that he was one of the worst offenders, and Mandelscum, I cannot list here all the dodgy strokes that queer cnut has pulled, it would take weeks
 

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