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  • ross1948 16:01 on April 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: brexit fightback, europhile poll, skewing surveys,   

    Bored? Throw A Spanner In The Europhiliac Works! 

    Like me, many of you must be bored with nowhere to go.

    But here…


    …by happy happenstance, is a way to spend five minutes screwing up a Europhiliac poll currently run by that fanatic ‘New European’ online propaganda mob. 

    Hate-Brexit Site STILL Scraping The ‘Project Fear’ Barrel! 

    They are a slick but ghastly bunch, so why not skew the results they hope for?.


    It may not un for long, so don’t hang about!

    • Mel Henderson 16:42 on April 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I will have a look after dinner.
      Thanks for the tip.
      You are doing useful work.from home!


  • ross1948 15:41 on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , brexit fightback, , , undermining EUSSR   

    Full Text – Brussels Insults UK With Degrading Terms! 

    In order for you to understand exactly how deep is the desire among the Euro-Commissars to maintain control of Britain in defiance of the people’s will, it’s important to read the details of the Enemy’s latest humiliating terms.



    Rather than interpret them myself, I offer the link to a site which is NOT on Britain’s side, but which gives the text, and (reasonably clear) explanations, of Barnier’s diktat.


    But I’m also offering part of another article I found, which, although the author, David Herszenhorn, is again not on the side of a sovereign realm, provides some good examples of how any British Government worthy of the name can put a spanner in the Brussels works for years…


    =Hasil gambar untuk spanner in the works


    …and teach those swine a lesson – that bullying does NOT pay!


    Gambar terkait


    In Brussels, a widely understood, if little discussed, secret is that the U.K. could wreak chaos on its way out of the EU… here are four ways the U.K. could exercise its veto power in the European Council (which it retains until Jacob Rees-Mogg’s pocket watch strikes 11 p.m. on March 29, 2019) to make mischief.


    He lists the four-

    Redrawing the European Parliament- 

    That would wipe the sneer of Ghastly Guy’s fizzog!


    No budging on the EU budget

    The EU’s annual budget requires unanimous approval, and so the U.K. could hold the bloc’s 2019 budget as a hostage in the final stages of the Brexit negotiations later this year


    (Un)common security and defense policy

    Effectively all EU foreign policy decisions require unanimous approval in the Council, handing London wide-ranging veto authority.


    Mind your language

    Any change to the EU’s language regime before Brexit will require the U.K.’s support…AND …The language issue is just an illustration of a much wider menu of institutional changes, appointments, and other intra-governmental decisions that could not be carried out without London’s support.

    And there’s one other course of action that could prove even more disruptive.

    I’ll let you check that out all by yourself, though to avoid disappointment, I have to forewarn hopeful readers that it does not involve bombing either Brussels or Dublin!

    Read them all in detail here…Brexiting bad: 5 ways the UK could go rogue …and remember, this guy is not a Brexiteer, not proposing fantastical, or impossible, means of doing what May should have promised to do…



    ….if the EUSSR continues to seek to extort and/or thwart the British people on their chosen path to freedom.

    He doesn’t relish such a splendid fightback.

    But patriots from all around the United Kingdom, methinks, will!

    • Andy 17:43 on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for that information about Barriier’s impudence.
      And even more thanks for those ideas on how Britain could teach them a lesson.
      If only May had the courage to .threaten just a couple of panners.


    • Petra Malley 19:07 on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I didn’t think there would be any ideas about an actual declaration of war, Ross, although I admit giving Dublin a taste of what their IRA gave to our cities has some allure.
      I wonder if the more practical use of the UK veto power, as above, has even crossed May’s mind?
      She is by nature a weak woman, no Thatcher, or anything near as stalwart as the Iron Lady, so I fear we won’t be seeing any serious counter-measures.

      If she is replaced by somebody like Mr. Rees-Mogg, it would be a different story, but once more, there are not enough Tories who care about their country.

      When it comes down to it, if that EU flag is still flying in five years, then direct action will have to be our recourse.


    • Michael Cowie 19:12 on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Sometimes it’s better to let the sources you use speak for themselves and leave your OTT comments aside, Ross, though I admit you liven things up when you get going.
      This is very good, informative and those spanners May could chuck into the EU works are delicious.
      But will she dare to be brave for once in her miserable career?
      don’t think so.


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