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What Crisis Says E U Boss Jean-Claude Drunkard

August 26, 2015

European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker dismissed calls for a new EU summit on immigration, saying member states should stop dragging their heels and implement existing agreements on the matter.

Juncker’s comments in an opinion piece published in France’s Le Figaro and Germany’s Die Welt on Monday come ahead of a meeting of Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande in Berlin to discuss immigration.

Juncker repeated his criticism of European governments failing to take migrants from Italy and Greece where tens of thousands arrived by boat have over the last months to escape poverty and war in their home countries.

“We don’t need a new summit. Member states have to adopt the European measures and apply them to their territory,” he wrote.

Juncker added that the European Union should draw up a uniform list of “safe countries” to which migrants could be returned.

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One Question?
Who the fuck does this nonentity, this alkie who breakfasts on brandy, this unelected poen pusher thing he is. We never voted to be governed by Brussels bureaucrats, all we voted for was to be members of a free trade area, ‘ever closer union’ and all that Euronazi bullshit that has crept in was never part of the deal.

Support UKIP or accept ultimate victory for those who are Adoilf Hitler’s successors.

But I’m not a callous person, I don’t think we should abandon our European partners to sink into third world dystiopias without our civilising influence. We should offer them all the oipportunity to become colonies in a reconvened British Empire (except for the Belgians because they’re boring.)

EU exploiting Mediterranen boat crisis to further political agenda

May 3, 2015

The unelected bureaucrats who run EU stand accused of cynically exploiting the Mediterranean boat people crisis to further it’s European integration program that will result in the national sovereignty of 28 ~(and growing) member states being abolished as they are amalgamated into a single federal superstate.

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Although Britain has deployed naval forces to assist in a rescue operation, France and Italy are blocking the mission until Britain agrees to take in thousands of migrants.. This kind of blackmail is typical of the smooth faced bureaucrats who run Europe, in effect they are saying “If you want to offer humanitarian aid you do it on our terms and flood your country with unskilled, illiterate economic migrants (NB not refugees, migrants).”

Last month Britain deployed HMS Bulwark, the Royal Navy’s flagship, and the frigate HMS Kent to assist in operations designed to smash the smuggling rings currently shipping migrants into Europe. Obviously the Euronazis of Brussels do not want to stop the ruthless criminals who are flooding the European continent with migrants. Would we put it past these self serving shits to have done some kind of deal with with the criminals? No we wouldn’t, they’re the type of people who would pimp out their daughters to further their political aims. READ MORE at The Daily Stirrer

I guess what’s really behind this is Merkel and Hollande are pissed off because Dave got his announcement in before they had time to call another summit of leaders, so they could stuff themselves stupid at our expense while they sat around waiting for Obama to call and tell them what to do.

Cameron’s acting independently would be totally unacceptable to the Eurocrats of course, – who does this man think he is FFS? The leader of an independent nation or something?

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The Eurozone is a Disaster; Britain Must Leave the EU’ says City Economist

One of the leading City Of London economists has said that the European Single Currency System (eurozone) is a “complete disaster” and that “Britain needs to leave the EU”. Roger Bootle, founder of Capital Economics talking to Money Week about his new book, ‘The Trouble With Europe’, which he says he wrote to get his thinking straight on Europe, has said that a Brexit would be the best thing for the UK economy.

The West Is Always To Blame For Africa’s Troubles

It seems to us that according to the the political left of European and north American nation, we in the west are responsible for all of Africa’s racial, economic and it was even the ‘evil white man’ who instigated tribal wars and genocides that took place before and parts of the continent was colonised. But excusing Africa’s endemic problems is a path to self destruction.
EU Refugee Quota Scheme Unravels

The European Union (EU) faces many battles, from the one to stop the single currency system falling apart as nations like Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal find the costs ofr membership outweigh the benefits, to it’s latest, the Mediterranean boat people crisis as more and more people try to cross from North African to Europe illegally, with the help of human tafficking racketeers.
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Europes Crisis Is Going To Get A Lot More Insane

May 14, 2012

How would you go about solving your personal debt problem if your credit cards were maxed out, your overdraft was over it’s limit and your income would not stretch to buying basics after all the interest on your morthgage and loans had been paid.? Go to a loan shark? Of course not, that should be a no brainer even for politcians and bureaucrats. But it is exactly where Europe is heading.

Euro-Lefties have been having a thin time of it recently. Only three per cent of EU citizens live under socialist or socialist-led governments. The European People’s Party is the largest bloc in the European Council, as measured by voting weight, second are the European Conservatives and Reformists, who edge ahead of both the Liberals and the Socialists.

That, though, is about to change. France,a nation in which the state consumes 56 per cent of GDP, even more than our own greedy government – monster, and whose budget was last in balance in 1974, has just elected François Hollande who, on a platform of ‘growth, not austerity,’ (if only achieving it was as easy as saying it) will try to create illusory growth in the economy by borrowing more and more money at ever higher interest rates and giving it away to the lazy, the shiftless and the corporations whose business is built on mining taxpayer’s pockets.

Greece, which also voted when France did and now must vote again, is inclining toward a pack of communist parties; the politicians there who talk openly of the need for cuts currently command less than seven per cent in the polls.

Fortunately the parties of Greece’s fragmented left hate each other more than they hate the bankers who screwed their country Romania, too, is about to install a Leftist ministry, following the defeat of the last government’s austerity platform. As other elections follow around the poor nations of Europe, we can expect more of the same.

The invevitable result of this will be that Europe will return to and intensify all the policies that brought it to its present unhappy condition: loonytoons spending, unsustainable borrowing, obscene levels of taxation, deeper fiscal and political integration integration. Voters, protected from reality for too long by the EU’s overgenerous benefits system are in not willing to accept less generous benefits and pensions. They’d rather be told what they want to hear that the money can somehow be got out of the rich.

A politician who admits the truth that the rich, a tiny fraction of the total population, have nothing like enough to pay for all the things that modern governments want to do is liable to have rotten fruit, dead vermin and molotov cocktails thrown at him … by member of his own party.

Even in the north European countries that still recognise the virtue of financial discipline the Centre-Right parties in government have done little to bring spending under control. All are running deficits that would have been catastrophic a generation ago. But like the other Elepphant In The Room, immigration, nobody wants to talk about it.

For Britain, official Treasury figures show that, contrary to almost universal belief, total public s ending is higher today than it was under Gordon Brown. The left constantly scream abouut the unfairness of the Coatolitions cuts but the Coalition austerity measures have not reduced spending by one penny. All that has been achieved is a lowdown in the rate of acceleration at which we are amassing debt.

The EU is in a downward spiral. The worse things get, the more reluctant its governments are to tackle the underlying problem of excessive expenditure. Lacking any alternative narrative, voters blame the lack of growth on ‘cuts’, ‘bankers’ and ‘deregulation’. They then support parties committed to even higher spending – which, of course, exacerbates the problem. And, as if national governments were not burdensome enough, Europeans must also contend with more rules and more taxes and a headlomg dash towards fascism from Brussels.

The E U is insance and growing more psychotic by the minute. We must get out. Ignore those wimps who say it is impossible; unless you want to live under a system of oligarchic collectiveism (see George Orwell’s 1984) we simply cannot allow it to be impossible. FFS we stood up to Hitler’s Wehrmacht, have we become so weak we are prepared to let a bunch of penpushers in Brussels destroy our nation?

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