Brown must lie to public about treaty says EU leader

Gordon Brown is lying to the British public – with the blessing of the EU.

The new European Union treaty
will mean “transfers of sovereignty” from Britain and Gordon Brown is
right to hide the fact from the public
, an EU leader admitted yesterday to the Telegraph.

Jean-Claude
Juncker, Luxembourg's premier and leader of the bloc of 13 single
currency members, spoke out as the Prime Minister faced rising calls
for a referendum on the treaty drawn up following the rejection of the
old EU constitution by French and Dutch voters in 2005.

Mr Juncker said he supported public debate on the treaty – except in Britain.

“I am astonished at those who are afraid of the
people: one can always explain that what is in the interest of Europe
is in the interests of our countries,” he told Belgian newspaper Le
Soir.

“Britain is different. Of course there will
be transfers of sovereignty. But would I be intelligent to draw the
attention of public opinion to this fact?”

Mr
Juncker, a supporter of a United States of Europe, described the June
23 deal signed by Tony Blair as an “objective success” for friends of
the EU constitution.

“There is a single legal personality for the EU, the primacy of
European law, a new architecture for foreign and security policy, there
is an enormous extension in the fields of the EU's powers, there is
Charter of Fundamental Rights,” he said, listing elements of the old
constitution in the proposed treaty.

See the rest of the Telegraph story.

EUROPE IS SCARED OF BRITAIN, so much so that it needs our leaders to lie to the public. It is necessary for Europe to destroy Britain, it is necessary for them to split up the United Kingdom, and then eradicate England by dividing it into 9 regions

England no longer exists as far as government is concerned. Today in his commons statement Brown repeatedly referred to it as:
The regions and the other nations that make up our country.

Even though the voters said NO to regional government, they have done it anyway.

That is why Brown has to re-define what it is to be British, the NuLab version of British, not the traditional one. Rewriting history, the way Europe see us, not the way we are.

Europe knows that Britain is the only country capable of fighting to preserve its freedom, so they must destroy it. It is effectively a declaration of war against Britain, one that we thought we had finished in 1945.

Britain needs to wake up, to take on these European thugs and to tell Brown that WE DEMAND A REFERENDUM on the Treaty.

We know that Brown is thinking of bringing the Euro back into the debate, thinking that this will deflect attention from the Treaty (Brown must hold a referendum before he can give up the Pound for the Euro), and the trick of 'giving up the Royal prerogative' and giving the decision over the treaty to Parliament wont wash either. By letting Parliament decide on the European Constitution Treaty, where Brown has a majority, it avoids the need for the referendum and he can blame others for the decision.

Brown – WE DEMAND A REFERENDUM on the Treaty.

Anything less is TREASON.

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