Sunday, 22 November 2009

Cameron on Marr


"As I mentioned the other day, those who hope they might one day get that ‘in or out’ referendum they are so desperate for should keep an ear out for what David Cameron has to say about Europe. On Marr earlier he said: “I don’t want an ‘in or out’ referendum because I don’t think ‘out’ is in Britain’s interests.” An obvious point of course, but it’s useful to have on the record Dave’s belief that if we did have a referendum to, as the euro-sceptic euphemism has it, reassess our relationship with Europe, we would vote for the exit"

I have heard him say that a few times.. well

MR CAMERON, IT'S ACTUALLY NOT SUPPOSED TO BE UP TO YOU!

THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A DEMOCRACY!

JOIN THE ALBION ALLIANCE AND LET US SHOW THEM WHO IS IN CHARGE!


8 comments:

  1. A rambling rant:-
    The merest whiff of chance of the awful prospect that Brown would be P.M. for another 5 years fills me with dread, depression and despair.
    Our political system needs modernising, it is no longer fit for purpose in the 21st century.
    We need a proper modern written constitution, not the make it up as you go along unwritten, crazy thing in operation for the last 400years.
    Consider that Brown somehow has the ( [constitutional]?? where does it say that then, fucking mad! ) to form a minority government and continue as PM in the event of a hung parliament right.
    The whole thing is totally barmy based on a crackpot system of precedent, apparently Heath tried to do it in '74 but gave up.
    It relied on honourable honest men.
    Unelected Brown, neither honourable or honest, would not give up, the only way we will be rid of Brown is if he dies or is physically forced out!
    Where once we were the cradle of democracy, we are now have a democratic deficit wider than the English Channel. We have an archaic, ridiculous, outmoded system that needs to be completely overhauled to ensure we remain a democracy into the 21st century.

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  2. It really doesn´t matter who is in power now. They are all the same and we are governed by Europe!

    We have to get out and re-democratise our country!

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  3. Indeed Sue, with the stench of corruption emanating fom the house of vipers, repairing the cracks in the crumbling edifice of our democracy is superficial, wiping the slate clean and starting all over again would seem more straightforward and apt.
    We could knock the clapped out old dump down and build a new modern, bright, less crusty place to conduct the business of government, that smelly old place, full of farting old duffers for centuries, will forever hark back to the past.

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  4. Cameron said "I dont think out is in Britains interests". He must know a referendum will not give him the result HE wants. Fuck the electorate then. Well Cammy baby..FUCK YOU..CUNT.

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  5. Cameron was indeed very poor. The heir to Blair seems more apt than ever.

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  6. So Cameron proves he is both an untrustworthy twit AND a twat - not entirely unexpected I suppose, Sue.

    You're absolutely right, of course, we need to get out of the EU to rebuild our democracy and a written constitution as it stood, (before Blair and Brown and their evil NuLiebour minions fucked with it), and make sure that it can't be fucked with again!

    Then, perhaps, and only then, we can think about renegotiating a trade deal with the EU but from outside of the EU and on Britain's terms. The French can fuck off with their CAP and the Spanish can fuck off out of our territorial waters so that our own trawlermen - yet another British industry the EU has trashed - can work again in their own waters!

    Cameron is going to have to be forced into a tight corner to achieve any of this - sounds like a job for the Albion Alliance.

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  7. As you say Sue, Our Referendum is not about what traitor Dave thinks, it is about what we want.

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  8. I hope everyone is going to contact their parliamentary candidates vis a vis the Albion Alliance. We must remember that the main problem is not the EU, but the traitors in our country who sold us out to the EU, and everything bad that has come from our membership, such as the trashing of our fishing industry, has been done through the ministries of the British government.

    As for: 'Unleash the dogs of chaos! Fuck them all!', you get my vote!

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