Globalist Herman Van Rompuy Puts Pressure on Cameron In The Continuing EU Pantomime.

von rompyIt was interesting to read in today’s Mail that “Damp Rag”, Herman Van Rompy Pompy, our esteemed leader of Europe is putting pressure on “call me Dave”. Cameron is of course, half heatedly trying to placate the Euro skeptics in the Tory party by appearing going through the process of negotiating a better deal for the UK.

Van Rompuy has basically said to Tory boy Dave, take it or leave it.

“David Cameron will not be allowed to ‘cherry pick’ powers to claw back from Brussels, the EU president has warned.

In a major blow to the Prime Minister’s strategy, Herman Van Rompuy said the European Union would fall apart quickly if countries were allowed to pick and choose which powers they wanted to keep.

Mr Van Rompuy said he wanted Britain to stay in the EU, adding that the UK’s departure would ‘see a friend walk off into the desert’.

But he insisted that he would block Mr Cameron’s bid to secure a better deal for  Britain if it involved repatriating significant powers to Westminster.” Read more.

When will they stop this farce. We know already that they are only acting out a pre-written plot. Cameron has no control over what the UK can or cannot do in Europe. The three bankster stooges Blair, Brown and Mandleson signed away the UK’s sovereignty in the whole “New Labour” con. The UK has, by design been taken over and there is nothing Cameron can or will do about it.

When you consider that UKIP is the UK’s only chance is getting out of this mess, you realise how desperate the situation is.

 

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The Titanics of 2012, New Cartoon From GRRRGRAPHICS

The Titanics of 2012

The Titanic tragedy has spawned a lot of metaphors for essays and cartoons alike. I decided to draw one myself to illustrate multiple situations that are steaming toward tragedy and since one ship wasn’t enough, I drew many. They all seem intent on striking that iceberg.

1. Debt. Our debt money system benefits only a few bankers at the top. Everyone else gets poor and suffers higher taxes, lost pensions and austerity as a result. The banker-owned MSM is painting austerity as a good thing-of course!

2. Euro. This will be the first to collapse, but our dollar will be next. The banker ‘technocrats’ will undoubtedly steer the money system to a form of digital money. Everyone will be on the grid. No more paper money. If you disagree with the banker police state, they will turn off your credits and access to money and jobs.

3. More war. The bankers want to take down all countries that aren’t going along. That is why Libya was taken down. It’s why Iran is next. It’s all about resources and money-and the elite bankers want it all concentrated under their control.

4. Fukushima. How come the MSM isn’t discussing this? It is already many times worse than Chernobyl.

5. Obama Administration. Fast and Furious. Executive orders that circumvent Congress. Bogus birth certificate. Fraud, lawlessness and tyranny is a disaster for America.

6. False Flag Event. To be used to help get Obama re-elected.

7. Quadrillions in derivatives. A bomb waiting to go off. The gambling elite banks will survive-they’re still ‘too big to fail.’ The 1 percent will survive. The 99 percent may not.

8. Globalism. This is the reason behind the bogus climate change propaganda. Pay a carbon slave tax to the bankers so they can ’round us up and micromanage our every move using a high-tech police state. Collectivism is always bad for those being collectivized.

Published with kind permission from Ben Garrison.

Introducing Nigel Farage to Our Non UK Friends

I read a lot of stuff from the US, it would be daft not to. What affects you, affects us. You have a guy over there defying every mainstream media political pundit and turning US politics upside down, Ron Paul. Despite every underhand technique they can throw at him, Dr Paul calmly and effectively continues to make what seems like impossible progress by doing one thing the others are not able to do. Telling the truth, backed up with his impeccable track record.

Not many people over here have heard of Ron Paul. Not surprising really, he almost never features in the UK news, so why should we. That is a great shame, because the world, not just the US,  needs hero’s.

But we have got one man in UK politics who stands head and shoulders above the rest, Nigel Farage.  Farage is the leader of UKIP,  the UK Independent Party. They are now recognised as the third biggest party in the UK, making steady inroads all across the land.

While not maybe cut from the same cloth as Dr Paul, Farage believes in something, and isn’t afraid to tell it how it is. I’ve had the pleasure of spending time with him, he is a surprisingly small, but charismatic person, with the heart of a Lion.

He is a Member of the European Parliament for South East England and co-chairs the Eurosceptic Europe of Freedom and Democracy group. Best known over here for the way he rips into the pompous leaders of Europe, I highly recommend you spend some time on YouTube and watch some of his speeches.

As a sample of him in action, I’ve embedded some below.

Here he attacks Herman Van Rompuy, the unelected Globalist President of Europe

Fighting with Tony Blair. Watch how angry Blair gets when someone dares to stand up to him.

A Week Is A Long Time In Politics

We’ve been away for a few days (building a new news site). What a week it’s been.  The UK has just completed the local council elections, well at least some parts of the UK have. As usual the Governing party, or at the moment parties have taken a real bashing.

Although, as always not winning many seats, UKIP have grown in it’s proportion of the vote, stuffing the Lib Dems into fourth place. It’s only a matter of time before people wake up and smell the EU coffee and start supporting the only sensible voice in Europe.

It looks like the distinguished political career is over for Livingstone I presume!  Who would have thought that the buffoon Boris could beat Red Ken for a second term at London Mayor. (watch you back “call me Dave”, he’s coming after your job, although I doubt if he could afford the pay cut).

Sad to see dear old  Nicolas Sarkozy is on the way out of the Élysée Palace , I’ll miss his warm and caring manner towards the UK. And what about the Greek voters rejecting austerity measures. With the new anti austerity President Hollande in France I bet old Merkel has really got her knickers in a twist. It will be interesting to see what happens in the Euro Zone with Hollande, will it be the beginning of the end, or is he a wolf in different sheep’s clothing?

Herman Van Rompuy, What gives you the right to dictate to the Italian people?

 

o European Parliament, Strasbourg, 16 November 2011
o Speaker: Nigel Farage MEP, UKIP, Co-President of the EFD Group in the European Parliament (Europe of Freedom and Democracy)
o Debate: EU Economic Governance – Statements by the Presidents of the European Council (Herman Van Rompuy), the Commission (José Manuel Barroso) and the Eurogroup (Jean-Claude Juncker)

“Here we are on the edge of a financial and social disaster and in the room today we have the four men who are supposed to be responsible. And yet we have listened to the dullest most, technocratic speeches I’ve ever heard.

You are all in denial. By any objective measure the euro is a failure. And who exactly is responsible, who is in charge out of all you lot? The answer is none of you because none of you have been elected; none of you have any democratic legitimacy for the roles you currently hold within this crisis.

And into this vacuum, albeit reluctantly, has stepped Angela Merkel. And we are now living in a German-dominated Europe – something that the European project was actually supposed to stop. Something that those who went before us actually paid a heavy price in blood to prevent. I don’t want to live in a German-dominated Europe and nor do the citizens of Europe.

But you guys have played a role, because when Mr Papandreou got up and used the word ‘referendum’. Or Mr Rehn, you described it as ‘a breach of confidence’, and your friends here got together like a pack of hyenas, rounded on Papandreou, had him removed and replaced by a puppet Government. That was an absolutely disgusting spectacle that was.

And not satisfied with that, you decided that Berlesconi had to go. So he was removed and replaced by Mr Monti, a former European Commissioner, a fellow architect of this Euro disaster and a man who wasn’t even a member of parliament.

It’s getting like an Agatha Christie novel, where we’re trying to work out who is the next person that’s going to be bumped off. The difference is, we know who the villains are. You should all be held accountable for what you’ve done. You should all be fired.

And I have to say, Mr Van Rompuy. 18 months ago when we first met, I was wrong about you. I said you would be the quiet assassin of nation states’ democracy, but not anymore, you are rather noisy about it aren’t you. You, an unelected man, went to Italy and said, ‘This is not the time for elections but the time for actions’. What in God’s name gives you the right to say that to the Italian people.