Friday, 8 October 2010

Fucking Unbelievable!

I'm an ugly incompetent tart.


I am just gobsmacked! That fucking useless, ugly, socialist, tart Baroness Ashton missed a crucial meeting in which Britain's £3 billion rebate was discussed yesterday. Instead, she decided to attend an anti piracy meeting on Mauritius.

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Fuck you Ashton!

"Her absence meant that no one raised any objections to plans by Europe’s budget commissioner to include proposals to end the rebate in the EU budget review which will go before politicians later this month.
Lady Ashton, the EU’s high representative for foreign affairs who earns £231,000 a year, missed another discussion on the British rebate last month".

What the fuck is going on? Why hasn't she been replaced? It's a sure sign that the Conservatives aren't interested in being Euro-sceptic. They must have been aware of this. Either that, or they're completely fucking useless too.

She is a fucking incompetent, ugly, retarded, socialist, nincompoop.


Megadeth - Symphony of Destruction
I'm furious!



17 comments:

  1. Jeez, that is seriously poor. Looks like the trougher has gone native - she has no right to call herself British anymore. Stick a Euro flag tat on her and take away her British passport.

    Well, that's what should happen, anyway.

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  2. You could get done under Harriet Harman's Equalities Act (2010) for that language. Oh hang on, Ashton's got a white face....your're probably quite safe.

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  3. A socialist with a title. What else should we expect?

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  4. Erm.......Er.....No. Words fail
    It's been said that the EU brought up the subject of the rebate so Cameron could fight it and look like a dude.
    Looks like he just actually doesn't give a tiny rats arse, as long as we keep paying.

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  5. I saw this earlier this week Sue. Was going to do a piece about it tomorrow, but I'll make it very short now and use you as my opinion too.

    Methinks there's more to this than meets the eye don't you.

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  6. This is just classic NuConLib. Try and ignore it and hope nobody notices. Say "referendum lock", get the party to "Ooo and Ahh" and the fucking peasants will believe everything they're fed.

    After reading Calling England's post this afternoon too, I have to have a drink!

    I'm so fucking angry.

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  7. I saw this earlier too and like Subrosa I too think there is more to this than meets the eye. This thing is a dedicated hardened Marxist, she misses nothing unless it suits her and her comrades.

    Top track Sue, loved it.

    Vendetta

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  8. Can't understand why anyone is in the slightest bit surprised that she's stabbed us - not in the back but in the front.

    What? Did anyone really think that she was on our side?

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  9. What was also discussed at that meeting was the introduction of direct EU taxes, WTF!!

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  10. Two things MV

    1. The oath they take:

    Having been appointed as a Member of the European Commission by the European Council, following the vote of consent by the European Parliament

    I solemnly undertake:

    • To respect the Treaties and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in the fulfillment of all my duties;

    • To be completely independent in carrying out my responsibilities, in the general interest of the Union;

    • In the performance of my tasks, neither to seek nor to take instructions from any Government or from any other institution, body, office or entity;

    • To refrain from any action incompatible with my duties or the performance of my tasks.


    I formally note the undertaking of each Member State to respect this principle and not to seek to influence Members of the Commission in the performance of their tasks.

    I further undertake to respect, both during and after my term of office, the obligation arising therefrom, and in particular the duty to behave with integrity and discretion as regards the acceptance, after I have ceased to hold office, of certain appointments or benefits.


    And 2. Little Billy Hague’s full endorsement:

    “Cathy Ashton is doing a really fantastic job and won’t be going anywhere,” Mr Hague said, in an interview ahead of the Tory conference in Birmingham. And in a warning shot to French and German politicians who have criticised her, he added: “She has the government’s full support.”

    Sorry about the length of comment.

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  11. Now I guess she'll be off to Mogadishu next to check out piracy. That would be fun, she might get a shag. I'm sure hubby and impartial Kellner would approve. Saves him the chore.

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  12. wg

    "When John Major came back from Maastricht and said the Queen was now a citizen of Europe, he attempted to destroy a constitutional principle, that our Kings can never be vassal Kings to any one. In so doing John Major committed the Major Crime of High Treason".

    Which makes every oath sworn since then not only null and void but also treasonous.

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  13. Yep Sue, you'll get no argument from me on that.

    Scum, the lot of 'em.

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  14. Should be £3Bn rather than £3m rebate.

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  15. Balancing probabilities;

    as WG pointed out above she is supposed to be the independent (from all countries, as well as her own) and impartial (see previous bracket) chair of certain meetings given this and given the result of the meeting is as yet unknown;

    If she is not there physically she cannot be accused of attempting to influence the decision...which may mean the rebate is actually safe!

    If she were there physically and the decision were to be no, you have lost the rebate, then she would be villified by everyone and their brother as a useless cow (which I think she is)

    If she were there physically and the decision was yes we get to keep the rebate, there would be accusations of 'undue' influence and etc. leading to a loss of confidence (by other member states)

    and
    If she were not there and we lost the rebate her credibility with us would be damaged/destroyed (but how much more could it be damaged any way, it is well known we all despise her)and becomes our scapegoat...handy for the Tories as she is not one of theirs anyway!

    HMMMmmm!!!...

    If the last, then no change (except perhaps her at the next opportunity) some mileage in that...

    If the second, we lose even more confidence in the EU and our representation (or lack of it)when it is well known that we do not favour the system anyway, public opposition could then reach dangerous levels.

    If the third,the suspected favouritism of the larger members toward each other could destabilise the already rocky EU boat and lead to all sorts of difficulties with other member states.

    Which leaves the first option, of leaving the rebate as is (maybe promoting a few grumbles from the usual, like France) and the illusion that all is fair in the EU plus allowing a sceptical British public to think that maybe the EU isn't all that bad and there be a strengthening of approval here for the EU....

    It is I am afraid all smoke and mirrors with these unelected unaccountable carpetbaggers and which of the above is the most likely will depend on what capital is to be gained, remember the Tories are allied with the far right nutjob parties in the EU and not the centerist conservatives, maybe they want(the EU that is) to draw them back to the middle ground and this is the bribe!

    sorry its so long...Sue

    and yes otherwise I agree totally with your sentiment that she is useless c

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  16. UKiper, corrected, thanks. Shows how angry I was!

    Indyanhat. We seem to be the only country in the EU that don't stand up for ourselves. We obey blindly while others ignore directives and statutes.
    I just want out, it's not in our best interest to stay.

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  17. Fully agree with yoSue, out is the place to be...

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