LibDem’s, Labour, Tories – Working for UK or EU?

The Liberal Democrats really are a party of opportunism, fence sitters, or so it would seem. In reality they are a socialist group intent on one European State, something we see becoming clearer with every passing day.

Despite the protestations of their man at the top, Clegg, they are working hard behind the scenes to make that historical ambition of dictators, a single European State, become reality.

The European Parliament is now proposing to reform its own electoral procedure and to make other changes. Parliament’s rapporteur, the architect of this deceptive change, (I shan’t call it a reform package) is Andrew Duff, a British Liberal Democrat MEP.

In 2014 an extra 25 MEPs will be elected for one pan-European constituency. Lists of 25 candidates will be drawn up by each of the European political parties. The lists will be balanced by gender, and the candidates must come from at least one third of EU states.

These European political parties are not like the Conservative or Labour party which are National parties, we are now talking about pan European parties, and they already exist. The main pan-European parties are:

European People’s Party
European Socialist Party
European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party
Green Party
United European Left

Never heard of them? Thats because they have not had to select candidates for the European Parliament or to order them on a transnational list before and because they have not been allowed to campaign for votes and seats. Until now.

Why do you think that the Lib/Lab/Con don’t give a shit about what you think of them? Bringing Parliament into disrepute and loathing by the public is part of this wider plan. Its because they know in 5 years time there will be no need for them or their Parties to be around at the national level, and its why their EU groupings are deemed to be important… and as I had previously written, so it comes to pass.

The decline in National politics will be confined to the local and regional, overseen at at an operational level by the Committee of the Regions and the EESC in Brussels. This localism deception is what Hannan & Carswells book The Plan is all about.

I am told that these plans are already well advanced, and you can get a view of the documents related to this latest LibDem plan on Andrew Duff’s own website. http://www.andrewduff.eu/en/document/electoral-reform-of-the-european-parliament

It is also one of the main reasons why AV is so important to them.

Wonder why ‘there will never be an EU state’ Clegg failed to mention this to his voters… same as Communitarian Big Society Cameron, or Red Ed.

So there you have it, by 2015 there will a huge decline in National Governments, the rise of EU Single State pan-European parties and localism controlled from Brussels.

Lib/Lab/Con Working for Britain? I don’t think so. The events in Egypt have much to teach us all in terms of how we are manipulated at every level by an arrogant elite.

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8 Responses to LibDem’s, Labour, Tories – Working for UK or EU?

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  2. BJ says:

    Absolutely spot on, IPF.

    I always point out, when the fool Duff pops up, that it was Duff who has several times made statements using the phrase “if this parliament (the EU parliament) is to be the place for post-national democracy”

    The idea of Britain being a Republic in a Federal EU is a Utopian idea to clowns like Duff – what the people of Britain think is totally irrelevant to him. He’s an arrogant fool and useful idiot.

    And they have the brass neck to lecture Mubarak.

  3. BJ says:

    Humble apologies – I meant IPJ (oops, damned infernal keyboard)

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  6. JPB Law says:

    My concern though regarding this issue is the over emphasis on the European Parliament and the failure to discuss the fundamental problem with that regard concerning the Strasbourg-Brussels stitch up. It’s a toothless institution like our second chamber. More important is the role of the European Commission which has far more power and influence and is more worthy of discussion.

  7. jpblaw says:

    JPB Law says: Apologies for the duplication. Please respond here.

    February 12, 2011 at 9:23 am

    My concern though regarding this issue is the over emphasis on the European Parliament and the failure to discuss the fundamental problem with that regard concerning the Strasbourg-Brussels stitch up. It’s a toothless institution like our second chamber. More important is the role of the European Commission which has far more power and influence and is more worthy of discussion.

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