A question the europhiles don’t want to be asked or answer

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In anticipation – if we could describe it as such – of David Cameron’s courageous sally from his Eurobunker to ‘bang on about Europe’ (meaning our membership of the EU), The Boiling Frog speculates on the true nature of the ‘real choice’ Cameron supposedly plans to offer the British people.

As part of the ongoing europhile use of the scare tactic playbook, Cameron continues to articulate the demonstrable lie that the UK leaving the EU and instead having a relationship with it, perhaps as part of EFTA alongside Norway and Switzerland, means having to obey all the rules of the single market without having a say over what they are.

The Cameron, europlastic, Open Europe argument goes that staying in the EU means the UK has ‘influence’ over its policies and direction. This prompts the estimable Frog to counter thus:

The obvious question though is if we have so much power and influence as members of the EU then why are we having to claw back powers?

We won’t bother holding our breath for an answer.

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4 Responses to “A question the europhiles don’t want to be asked or answer”


  1. 1 blackswansblog 04/01/2013 at 12:38 pm

    You are right. There won’t be an answer. But there is a continuing need to keep badgering these euro-shams (ie those who claim to be euro-sceptics when in fact they are really europhiles), to reveal to them & everybody else their quisling euro-hypocrisy!

  2. 2 Oldrightie (@OldRightie) 04/01/2013 at 1:06 pm

    I am often amazed at the similarity of the tactics employed by the Europhiles to those used by the paedophile brigades. A quiet, we know more than you ever will so “piss off”.

  3. 3 Pogle's Woodsman 04/01/2013 at 4:42 pm

    With Cameron’s contrived intervention the EUphiles draw full-circle on their own manipulated version of the debate. There can be no holding of any such debate while the outcome could prejudice what the EUphiles have decided is going to happen anyway, so this is the version of the debate that they will hold.

    The Beeb won’t help, neither will any media outlet in thrall to the EU by whichever means. They’ve decided the debate will coalesce around ‘Trade’ (the non-argument) rather than ‘Political Integration’ (the real argument).

    Writ on a global scale, Cameron’s ‘choice’ will represent a large-size version of the option ‘You can have any colour you like, so long as it’s black’.

    Business as usual, then.


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