Monday, November 16, 2009

Rumpy Pumpy and the EU national anthem

Mr Van Rompuy the Belgian Prime Minister and possible Reichsfuhrer of the EUSSR wants us to have an EU national anthem and also to get rid of various nationalistic symbols. Well he would, wouldn't he, after all what do the opinions of those of us who oppose the corrupt, decadent and authoritarian superstate matter, we're just expected to roll over and be good little proles whilst the politicos get on with aggrandising their little empire with all the delusional grandeur of a totalitarian state.

From the telegraph.

The national symbols to be replaced include licence plates, identity cards with more EU symbols such as flags according to the manifesto advocated by Mr Van Rompuy the Belgian Prime Minister.
 I wonder how many polite Europeans will go along with this, almost certainly it's doomed in England other than in the political classes of course, I doubt the Poles will go along with it either. But this is typical of the mindset of politicians who are in the EU camp, the great project must be made to be loved, to be adorned with symbols representing its greatness, we'll soon have the torchlight parades and the book burning............along with the secret police and the endless bureaucracy.

The one thing that people forget about totalitarian regimes complete with all the trappings and parades is that they were usually crap places to live and they all fall in the end, ruined from within by the grasping indifferent politicians, little men with grand ideas, but no idea how we at the bottom of the pile really think.
Our national symbols are precious to us, flags, traditions, even the way we view the world. If you try to take them away from us, you will just hasten your own downfall.

Sooner we're out the better, don't vote for the big 3, they'll only keep us in, vote independent, but above all vote and let them know how you feel.

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James Higham said...

The one thing that people forget about totalitarian regimes complete with all the trappings and parades is that they were usually crap places to live and they all fall in the end, ruined from within by the grasping indifferent politicians, little men with grand ideas, but no idea how we at the bottom of the pile really think.

Got it in one, QM.

Edgar said...

It's risky but, IMHO, the only chance we have of having a say on Europe is to try to force the Tories into a u-turn. That would mean threatening to vote Labour if they don't promise a referendum. And, of course, voting Labour if they don't u-turn.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Edgar - not even a failing Tory U turn could make me vote Labour ever, ever again.

Threaten the Tories with voting BNP - that's the only thing that will scare them.

Longrider said...

Oh, yes, I can just see the French going along with that one... Remove the tricolour and the Marseillaise? Yeah, right.

James Higham said...

France is one of the more fertile fields for anti-EU moves.