Sunday, 26 February 2012

EU Apologists are Politically Illiterate

Of course UKIP MEP Paul Nuttall did brilliantly when he appeared on BBC's Question Time last Thursday evening (23rd Feb 2012). Even David Dimbleby refrained from any of his usual scornful or patronising asides. After all, it is obvious that the crisis and desperate hardship across the eurozone are exactly what UKIP always predicted would be the outcome of this foolish and pointless scheme, the single currency.
Not only is there immense suffering in Greece because of the austerity measures suddenly being imposed, but two countries have been openly subjected to puppet government by the EU commission. Greece and Italy, former democracies, have both been told they cannot have a general election, cannot choose their rulers, cannot influence their policies, and must submit to dictatorship from puppet rulers, Monti, and Papademos, put in place by Mr Barroso, Mrs Merkel and M. Sarkozy.
For years when UKIP predicted this, we were dismissed as absurd, laughable, wildly bigoted etc etc - and now it has happened. Even David Dimbleby cannot deny that what we predicted has come to pass. When Nigel Farage stsood up in the EU parliament and said that Herman van Rompuy would be the "quiet assassin of European democracy" he was prophesying the absolute truth. And now riots in Spain, where there is 50% youth unemployment, indicate that the crisis is spreading, it is growing. The europhiles have no answer to the problems they have created. Even Simon Schama (not yet a UKIP member as far as I am aware) said that there may be a breakdown into violence when democratic solutions are denied.
There was one journalist on the panel from the Daily Telegraph, Cristina Odone, a political commentator who should understand the basic facts about economics and constitutional matters. Yet she apologized for the way that the EU commission has swept away elected government in Italy. Laughingly, she asserted that it had to be good to get rid of Berlusconi. Surely the EU had a silver lining if it had rid Italy of that notoriously corrupt and sleazy clown. She even used her own Italian descent to support her assertion. Ms Odone is just politically illiterate, like all the rest of the EU apologists. She cannnot understand the difference between getting rid of one particular prime minister and getting rid of the electoral system. What the EU has done is not just replace Berlusconi, it has denied Italy the right to hold a democratic election. Barroso and Co have overturned the Italian constitution, and violated the rights of every Italian citizen. It should be the Italian voters who choose the replacement for Berlusconi, not the EU commissioners. The man they put in place is an unelected career eurocrat of the worst kind and deeply implicated in the schemes that led Greece into its present mess.
There will be no more elections in Greece or Italy until the EU is overthrown. Let's not hang around waiting for them to install puppet governments in Spain, Ireland, Portugal and Hungary. They would love to make a certain Mr Smegg prime minister of the UK. Let's not give them a chance to do so.
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