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Europe’s leaders are poised today to endorse a series of ‘bribes’ designed to persuade Irish voters to reverse their rejection of the EU constitution.
They will be encouraged to back the document in a second vote next year.
EU chiefs last night agreed in principle key concessions to Dublin at a Brussels summit in return for a re-run of the referendum. They are expected to sign the deal today and hope the Irish will deliver the ‘right’ result when they vote again.
It means the re-jigged blueprint for a ‘United States of Europe’ – now renamed the Lisbon Treaty – could be in force by the beginning of 2010, despite being rejected by voters three times.
And Britain will be fully signed up to it without the referendum Labour promised.
According to draft conclusions for the two-day meeting leaked last night, Dublin ‘is committed to seeking ratification’ of the treaty by the end of October 2009.
The move was seized on by the Tories who upped the pressure on Gordon Brown for reneging on a 2005 General Election manifesto pledge when the constitution was re-drawn as a treaty.
Yeah, and what happened? He said one thing, sorry, he PROMISED one thing, and did the opposite and no one tears down Westminster.
One EU diplomat close to the talks added last night: ‘There’s a wide agreement on Lisbon, but we’ll need to come back on some details tomorrow.’
Ireland’s Prime Minister Brian Cowen is expected today to confirm that another referendum on the treaty will be held. He will claim that securing deals on retaining Ireland’s EU commissioner, its military neutrality, abortion, workers’ rights and taxation laws means a second vote is necessary.
Well, maybe. Until the unelected heads of the EU decide to change the Lisbon Treaty at will, without a vote by anyone anywhere. It is called Article 48. These so called ‘concessions’ are just cheap parlour tricks.
Irish foreign minister Micheal Martin said the concession on a commissioner was a fundamental reform. Under the original treaty terms, the number of commissioners was set to fall to 18 and appointed on a rotation basis, meaning some countries would be left unrepresented.
Why do you think they are moving to majority voting? Mob rules, my friends. The EU knows that the largest countries are all fabian socialist shitholes dedicated to the Communist Utopia. As Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, the architect of the European Union Constitution states:
“We are evolving towards majority voting because if we stay with unanimity, we will do nothing,” he said.
“It is impossible to function by unanimity with 27 members. This time it’s Ireland; the next time it will be somebody else.”
“Ireland is one per cent of the EU”.
Indeed. So your wonderful ‘EU Commissioner’ will be out-voted on anything the EU doesn’t agree with anyway. Democracy, EU style.
Declan Ganley, the chairman of Libertas, which led the triumphant ‘No’ campaign in the first Irish referendum, said the summit deal was an example of the Irish being dictated to by Brussels.
‘The powerful elite in Brussels is utter contempt for the democratic decision of the Irish people in rejecting the Lisbon Treaty, he said.
‘It’s time to put a stop to this bullying.’
In Britain, Shadow Foreign Secretary William Hague attacked Mr Brown for his part in pressuring Dublin to vote again.
He said: ‘Trying to force the Lisbon Treaty down the Irish people’s throats again is not only a dangerous distraction from that agenda, it is profoundly undemocratic.’
He added: ‘If our unelected Prime Minister insists on forcing the Irish people to vote twice, the case for letting the British people vote once will be morally unanswerable.’
The ‘new’ treaty, signed in Lisbon in December 2007, was drawn up to replace the EU constitution, thrown out by voters in France and the Netherlands in 2005.
Critics say that the two documents are virtually identical with crucial powers handed over from member states to Brussels.
Not just critics, most of the EU elitists as well, including the man who crafted the original EU Constitution. Here are two quotes:
The European Commission
“It’s essentially the same proposal as the old Constitution.”
(Margot Wallstrom, EU Commissioner, Svenska Dagbladet, 26 June 2007)
“The substance of the Constitution is preserved. That is a fact.”
(Angela Merkel, German Chancellor, Telegraph, 29 June 2007)
The EU insists that it is needed to help ease decision-making within the expanding bloc.
Ease decision making for the dictators in the EU that is. What else could it possibly mean? The Treaty is about the centralisation of power, away from you and your country. Away from everyone and their countries. Don’t believe me? Read the damn thing.
Open Europe director Lorraine Mullally said: ‘This whole process is nothing but a charade to make it look as though people’s concerns about the treaty have been addressed. The Irish ‘No’ vote is being ignored in a most dishonest way.’
People have to realise that their respective governments do not act in their best interests or in the interests of their Laws. This has been decades in the planning and implementing and we are now in the final stages of their endgame for the European Superstate;
Former Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovksy, who personally saw secret documents in 1992 which outlined a conspiracy to turn the European Union into a Socialist dictatorship;
The Soviet files outlined a plan from the mid-1980’s onwards to hijack the European Union and turn it into what Bukovksy calls the EUSSR, a totalitarian federal superstate with no accountability or direct representation.
Some more information regarding the EU, and the Lisbon Treaty:
FreeBritain: Lisbon Treaty
FreeBritain: European Union
Get informed! Spread the information. You can’t make an educated vote if you do not know the facts. That’s what the EU is counting on.
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