Hanging would be too good for them

If you have a couple of minutes spare, read this account of the rows and scheming between Gordon Brown, Nicolas Sarkozy, Jose Manuel Barroso and Peter Mandelson over the allocation of jobs in the EU, as outlined in a new book by Dr Anthony Seldon.

Once you have read it ask yourself the following question… how does any of this ferrets in a sack nonsense benefit the British people or advance our interests? The EU is about political power, by politicians for politicians, with the bill picked up by the taxpayers. Their interests have nothing to do with our interests. These people are nothing but parasites feeding off us for their own gain.

1 Response to “Hanging would be too good for them”


  1. 1 Tufty 28/11/2010 at 5:43 pm

    I agree with the post, but I think there are reasons to stay interested and even optimistic. I think the internet is quietly shafting many institutions, but without the benefit of hindsight, it isn’t entirely clear what is going on. Pre-web institutions (which is almost all of them) are being exposed as obsolete.

    Consider –
    EU, UN, IPCC, BBC and so on and so on

    The number of web-users who know the EU is functionally obsolete must have soared since the web came of age. Yet the web is still a recent phenomenon which seems to promote a kind of popular transparency which a whole swathe of pre-web institutions can’t cope with. For example, at the last UK election the Tories failed to get a majority in spite of being up against an obviously corrupt Labour government. Perhaps too many web-users knew the Tories were still way behind the curve. Where it will all lead? I don’t know, but I find it fascinating.


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