Barroso calls Cameron’s bluff on Britain NOT joining the Euro

At a meeting of the EPP, from which Cameron’s Conservative’s have withdrawn, EU Commission President Barroso spelt out for BBC political correspondent Nick Robinson, the truth that the Lisbon Treaty allows ex-Countries to belong to the Euro Currency and others that have not yet joined. This has been a fact for so long and spelt out so often on this blog that I ceased repeating it long ago. This revelation, however, curiously formed a major element of the BBC 7:00 am Radio 4 Today Programme News Bulletin and follow-up this morning.

Combine that bulletin with the facts revealed by Bill Cash MP in the Commons last evening, on the ongoing economic guerilla campaign waged by France and Germany against the City of London, and the game plan is quite clear. Britain will be economically strangled until it capitulates and is forced to become absorbed, by which time it will be almost completely owned and controlled by the Continentals. Greece and Italy both have had their Prime Ministers reluctantly agree to resign this week or be forced to watch their countries be starved of funds – what kind of solidarity is that?
This should not be surprising, as that is exactly how all our major utilities and most strategic industries have already landed in Continental hands. Not even considering the bigger disaster of the trashing of all our common law and constitutional protections being destroyed.
The same tactics are at work with the destruction of the parliaments and democracies of Greece and Italy, as also blogged about very extensively in recent posts. There is nothing new in Europe, let alone the wider world, about powerful countries wishing to extend their powers and spheres of influence by acquiring the assets and territories of their neighbours by providing nothing in return, as appears to be the German and French attitudes towards Greece and Italy at present, it has formerly been known as conquest!

(This post first appeared on Ironies Too 07:28 am 9/11/11)

5 comments for “Barroso calls Cameron’s bluff on Britain NOT joining the Euro

  1. WitteringsfromWitney
    November 9, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    IT: for the benefit of other readers link to podcast is:

    Barroso’s words should send a chill down the spine of everyone!

  2. Mudplugger
    November 9, 2011 at 9:01 pm

    Achieving with money what couldn’t be achieved with military.

    The real patsies are, of course, the French. What a hoot it will be when, after hanging on to Frau Merkin’s coat-tails/apron-strings, they eventually feel the full force of the realpolitik once they are no longer needed for the Grand Plan. Ooh I do hope I live long enough to enjoy that one.

  3. Lord T
    November 9, 2011 at 9:32 pm

    They will all end up screwed by their current allies, even the Krauts. Of course a very good pension kind of cushions the blow but you never know. The germans are very good at what they do, even their terrorists.

    It looks like we can’t stop them screwing us up. People are too stupid. Not letting them enjoy the fruits of their treason is what I’m hoping for now.

  4. November 10, 2011 at 1:59 am

    Oh, your boat seems to have a huge hole in it and is going down at the stern. Permission to come aboard?


  5. Peter Whale
    November 10, 2011 at 2:27 pm

    Reuters report earlier today
    The chances have risen of European Central Bank vice president Lucas Papademos heading the coalition in Greece
    (now declared)

    Former European commissioner Mario Monti emerged on Thursday as favourite to replace Silvio Berlusconi and form a new government to stave off a run on Italian bonds that is endangering the entire euro zone.

    Once the bank crisis in France takes hold and all the deficits in the UK banks comes to the fore. How long before dear old Mandleson heads an allparty coaltion to get us out of the problem.
    Problem solved for the EU.

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