Thursday, 19 February 2009

Vaclav Klaus and Irish MEP Avril Doyle

This gentleman dared to ask for a debate on the problems over European integration. He was booed and jeered at for saying "The most important task is to make sure that debate over problems is not silenced as an attack on the very idea of European integration. We have always believed that being allowed to discuss such serious issues, being heard, defending everyone's right to present a different that "the only correct opinion - no matter how much may disagree with it - is at the very core of democracy,"  The Telegraph

"Since there is no European demos - and no European nation - this defect can not be solved by strengthening the role of the European Parliament."

People even stormed out in disgust.


Is this the European Union we wanted? I can tell you it's the not the one that I envisaged. This snotty looking, stupid bitch of a woman Avril Doyle screeched and screamed "Debate is a recipe for Chaos". Avril Doyle is an MEP for Iteland. She is a typical authoritarian who wants the Irish to sign the Lisbon Treaty and just get it over with. She wants to ensure her place at the trough and her ticket on the European Gravy Train.

SNOTTY BITCH!

She disgusts me!

Just in case you feel the need to contact her and tell her how you feel. These are her details.

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
ASP 08 F349
Rue Wiertz, B-1047
Brussels
Belgium

Tel: 0032 2284 7784
Fax: 0032 2284 9784
Email: avril.doyle@europarl.europa.eu

IRISH EURO OFFICE
Kitestown
Crossabeg
Co. Wexford

Tel: 05391-21862  
Fax: 05391-47810
Email: avril.doyle@europarl.europa.eu

6 comments:

  1. Oh, and there's a petition against the 'Get it right this time me buckos' Irish referendum here...

    http://citizensandneighbours.blogspot.com/2009/01/european-government.html

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  2. I can't find the petition :(

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  4. Doh.

    It's in the Europe page under this heading:
    The Irish people held a referendum on whether to agree to the Lisbon Treaty. They voted against it. Someone else thinks that they got it wrong, and they're going to give them a chance to get it right. If you feel strongly enough about it, there's a petition to ask their President to treat a second vote as unconstitutional or undemocratic. The petition is here.

    Here being here:-
    http://www.petitiononline.com/LisbonNO/petition.html

    :-)

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