English Traitors in the LibDem woodpile

Andrew Duff is a Lib Dem MEP for the Eastern Counties. I
also suspect that his own electorate do not realise what they have elected.

He is one of the main drivers in favour of a European Constitution and as such
has a certain contempt for the majority opinion in the country. There will be a
meeting of the most sceptical countries in Prague
to discuss what to do to stymie the German proposals for a new one.

This is what he said about attempts to
ensure that the next stage of the Constitution is kept accountable.

“They are following in the slip stream of the English
— which is the prominent eurosceptical country. If the English can be defeated
then the opposition in Prague will
disappear,”

Run that by me again, he hopes that the, “English can be defeated”.
Let me remind this traitor that his words wiil be repeated across the fens,
broads, Stour valley and elsewhere until he realises that he has lost the
partial support he might once have had.
Mr Duff sir, you are a disgrace. If you ever served a purpose in representing
the people in your constituency you have outlived it.

 

(Source
England Expects)

 

And there was me thinking that it was only NuLab that wanted
to destroy our nation.

 

 

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