Pre Empting The Result Of Irelands Referendum?

#1
That bastion of Socialism Baroness Snout in The Trough Kinnock has just announced that Tony Blair is the official nomination for the EU Presidency, a post which cannot be created until the Irish vote on the EU constitution in October.

Seems to me that the ballot forms have already been filled in?
 
#4
muhandis89 said:
Let's hope that the Micks say no again!
After they last voted No, I listened to an English EU Official explain that the Irish electorate had stupidly misinterpreted the question and would therefore be required to vote again, hence the upcoming vote.

When asked what would happen should they vote No again the official explained that they would continue to be asked until they supplied the correct answer.

New Labour do not care that they have destroyed this country and are bound to lose the next election, as they are all about to move to Europe and govern without the handicap of democratic accountability.
 
#5
If (And I pray that they do) the Irish say no, chances are we will have our election prior to ful ratification, there is no wa Lisbon will be implemented. Lets just hope the tories have some small modicum of honour regarding our referendum, though I doubt it.
 
#7

Smug satanic looking cock..

If he even get's within pissing range of acceptence, I'll be switching to a no vote in the referendum here, and negativly in all future elections/referenda.
 
#8
The_Coming_Man said:
If (And I pray that they do) the Irish say no, chances are we will have our election prior to ful ratification, there is no wa Lisbon will be implemented. Lets just hope the tories have some small modicum of honour regarding our referendum, though I doubt it.
Sorry,not a hope-Cyclops and the rest of the pack of slavering pro-EU jackals and hyenas are praying that the Irish vote Yes so that they can set a new world record for 'ratification' of the Lisbon 'treaty' BEFORE the next UK General Election,and probably so that Bliar can be installed as the EU President.Once that is done we can all kiss goodbye to the idea that the Britain is a sovereign nation forever,relegated as we will be to the status of an impotent and voiceless EU 'region' in accordance with the globalists' wishes.
 
#9
petergriffen said:

Smug satanic looking cock..

If he even get's within pissing range of acceptence, I'll be switching to a no vote in the referendum here, and negativly in all future elections/referenda.
I think I can see smegma smeared all over that patently dishonest and war-mongering face!

PS: Nobody will answer my question which is:

If the turd becomes President (for life) of the European Soviet Union (unelected, unaccountable) does HM The Queen have to curtsey to Cherry 'the wide-mouthed freebie frog' Bliar?
 
#10
petergriffen said:
If he even get's within pissing range of acceptence, I'll be switching to a no vote in the referendum here, and negativly in all future elections/referenda.
Don't you get the point?
Even if Blair isn't in the frame and you vote yes in your referendum, from that point on you do not get any say in the matter.
If, two weeks after you vote yes in a referendum Blair is installed as President there is didly squat you can ever do about it. Thats the whole point with the EU, we mere mortals son't get a say.
Democracy my fooking arse, the whole of Europe is swinging steadily in the direction of dictatorship.

More to the point, he is in the frame, you Irish have to say yes and then the post is created. You see? You won't know who you are getting as EU President until after you vote for the Lisbon Treaty
 
#11
muhandis89 said:
Let's hope that the Micks say no again!
That'll just mean that they'll be forced to vote again. Only this time the EU will threaten to cut off the subsidies that the Irish receieve. Bit like our government said that Manchester wouldn't get road funding if they fecked off the road pricing trial.

It's all bolllox.
 
#12
jagman said:
petergriffen said:
If he even get's within pissing range of acceptence, I'll be switching to a no vote in the referendum here, and negativly in all future elections/referenda.
Don't you get the point?
Even if Blair isn't in the frame and you vote yes in your referendum, from that point on you do not get any say in the matter.
If, two weeks after you vote yes in a referendum Blair is installed as President there is didly squat you can ever do about it. Thats the whole point with the EU, we mere mortals son't get a say.
Democracy my fooking arse, the whole of Europe is swinging steadily in the direction of dictatorship.

More to the point, he is in the frame, you Irish have to say yes and then the post is created. You see? You won't know who you are getting as EU President until after you vote for the Lisbon Treaty
Well then it'll have to be a dusting down of the French model of immediate Government replacement to solve the problem.

anyone know how to build a guillotine? :?
 
#13
petergriffen said:
jagman said:
petergriffen said:
If he even get's within pissing range of acceptence, I'll be switching to a no vote in the referendum here, and negativly in all future elections/referenda.
Don't you get the point?
Even if Blair isn't in the frame and you vote yes in your referendum, from that point on you do not get any say in the matter.
If, two weeks after you vote yes in a referendum Blair is installed as President there is didly squat you can ever do about it. Thats the whole point with the EU, we mere mortals son't get a say.
Democracy my fooking arse, the whole of Europe is swinging steadily in the direction of dictatorship.

More to the point, he is in the frame, you Irish have to say yes and then the post is created. You see? You won't know who you are getting as EU President until after you vote for the Lisbon Treaty
Well then it'll have to be a dusting down of the French model of immediate Government replacement to solve the problem.

anyone know how to build a guillotine? :?
Excuse me, I'm British, I don't need a guillotine as a rope and a lampost is quite sufficient.

Make no mistake PG, if you vote for the Lisbon Treaty this is what you are going to get. Who the new President of the EU will be is non of your concern and if they wish to appoint Mr Blair you'll just have to live with it.
Do you not think that part of the deal for selling out the UK to the EU is a nice Presidency for Mr Blair. Its quite possibly already a done deal wether we like it or not.

The Republic of Ireland fought long and hard for independence, do you really just want to give that all away?
 
#14
Mazur_UK said:
An alarmingly true (and funny) statement by Hague here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6Cj1b-rp1E&feature=related

Im glad those cunts find it funny.

Im not surprised seeing as how,when each ones career ultimately ends in failure,they can simply shuffle off to Europe with a clean slate and massive pay rise while the poor fuckers they purport to represent back home are taxed into oblivion.

Blair can shit off,the warmongering traitorous cunt.
 
#15
jagman said:
petergriffen said:
jagman said:
petergriffen said:
If he even get's within pissing range of acceptence, I'll be switching to a no vote in the referendum here, and negativly in all future elections/referenda.
Don't you get the point?
Even if Blair isn't in the frame and you vote yes in your referendum, from that point on you do not get any say in the matter.
If, two weeks after you vote yes in a referendum Blair is installed as President there is didly squat you can ever do about it. Thats the whole point with the EU, we mere mortals son't get a say.
Democracy my fooking arse, the whole of Europe is swinging steadily in the direction of dictatorship.

More to the point, he is in the frame, you Irish have to say yes and then the post is created. You see? You won't know who you are getting as EU President until after you vote for the Lisbon Treaty
Well then it'll have to be a dusting down of the French model of immediate Government replacement to solve the problem.

anyone know how to build a guillotine? :?
Excuse me, I'm British, I don't need a guillotine as a rope and a lampost is quite sufficient.

Make no mistake PG, if you vote for the Lisbon Treaty this is what you are going to get. Who the new President of the EU will be is non of your concern and if they wish to appoint Mr Blair you'll just have to live with it.
Do you not think that part of the deal for selling out the UK to the EU is a nice Presidency for Mr Blair. Its quite possibly already a done deal wether we like it or not.

1, The Republic of Ireland fought long and hard for independence, do you really just want to give that all away?
I like the French style, it's creative.


(1), yes....
 
#16
petergriffen said:
I like the French style, it's creative.


(1), yes....
But???
Really quite tragic that all that blood was spilled for nothing.
I'm not being funny but I really can't see why Ireland that fought so hard for the right to govern itself (rights and wrongs aside) would be so keen to give that all away such a short time later.
 

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#17
jagman said:
petergriffen said:
I like the French style, it's creative.


(1), yes....
But???
Really quite tragic that all that blood was spilled for nothing.
I'm not being funny but I really can't see why Ireland that fought so hard for the right to govern itself (rights and wrongs aside) would be so keen to give that all away such a short time later.
Never mind Paddy O'Terrrorist my grandfathers fought long and hard between 1939 and 1945 to keep this country independent. That effort and the blood of their comrades is just being p1ssed against the wall by people who cannot be described as anything other than traitors.
 
#18
jagman said:
petergriffen said:
I like the French style, it's creative.


(1), yes....
But???
Really quite tragic that all that blood was spilled for nothing.
I'm not being funny but I really can't see why Ireland that fought so hard for the right to govern itself (rights and wrongs aside) would be so keen to give that all away such a short time later.
You make it sound like the currant Republic is great, you want some things on why I'd think like I do?

since 1921, this country has been run for 95% of the time by one party, Fianna Fail, FF's only interest is the preservation of FF's power (are we any different to some South American bannana republic?),
thats a party that would gladly go into power with Sinn fein if it meant continuing in charge (thats one of the major reasons I voted yes last time, I will not vote SF's way, if they were against the devil, I'd have to try and come up with some good points on him)
You think the UK's political system is corrupt, you ain't seen nothing yet, we have spent billions (yes with a B) on commissons over the last 15's looking into dodgy land deals, corruption ect, it's even taken in some of our major leaders including more then one Taoiseach (PM)
My local TD's (MP) sold out my entire region to the central party over our airport, (you have no idea how important that was here) then basically told us to stick it.
I could go on and on and on, but **** it, they want to run the country as their little fiefdom, well then I say get in some outside contractors to do it better, we could use some Northern European efficency here, we have a semi sham democracy (one party, it's like El Salvador here during the 70's), and if thats the way it has to be, I'd like a functioning state at least.


If my opinion is not to everyones taste, well it's my opinion it's most likely wrong, but there you go.


PS sorry if a lot of that rant is incoherent :oops:
 
#19
BuggerAll said:
jagman said:
petergriffen said:
I like the French style, it's creative.


(1), yes....
But???
Really quite tragic that all that blood was spilled for nothing.
I'm not being funny but I really can't see why Ireland that fought so hard for the right to govern itself (rights and wrongs aside) would be so keen to give that all away such a short time later.
Never mind Paddy O'Terrrorist my grandfathers fought long and hard between 1939 and 1945 to keep this country independent. That effort and the blood of their comrades is just being p1ssed against the wall by people who cannot be described as anything other than traitors.
There you have the most obscene aspect of this headlong dash towards globalism-the often supreme sacrifices made by people who the globalists are not fit or worthy to be associated with have,it would appear,been utterly and shamelessly squandered in the name of global market forces and profit at any cost.
 

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