Clegeron 2: Judgement Day
It's late in the evening of Wednesday 23rd January 2013 and by now most of the country has heard at least one aspect of Mr Cameron's speech on Britain and the EU, one aspect, which in fairness is the most important detail. Should the Conservatives win the next general election the
world will end UK will have a referendum on whether it wants to stay in the European Union or not.
Those of you that know me will know my feelings on this matter, as a staunch supporter of the EU I am pretty much frothing at the mouth with rage(note: not gash).
However, It's not that bad, the speech that is. Some of it is even pretty good, it's a pretty a Pro European speech to start off with, hell he even mentioned expanding the single market. The problems start when is he starts stating what he wants, he seems utterly confused as to what he wants. He wants to stay in, wants to be in the single market and have a say in how it's run but he doesn't want to be bound by EU regulations. He mentions working time directive as a negative but then says he understands the single market needs rules to function.
I was surprised the Eurosceptic Tory MP's are OK with this...then I realise they've achieved what they wanted, a referendum.
Mr David Cameron has placed the interests of his party before the interests of an entire nation. A party that has absolutely zero seats in the British houses of commons and only 21,000 members has forced the prime minister of the United Kingdom on potentially the most economically destructive path this nation has ever known in peacetime. 21,000 people causing the destruction of an economy of 63,183,000. That's such a low percentage that my calculator has gone spastic trying to explain it to me.
This is going to effect the economy right now. It's not something that we have to deal with in 5 years time. We'll see foreign investment decline due to uncertainty about what we're doing, which exactly what this economy DOESN'T need now of all times.In the medium term the EU and US are starting negotiations for a free trade area. How are we going to fit into that?
Taking a break from frothing at the gash for a moment. We will have a chance to re-negotiate some of our membership with the EU. In fact the current path of reform required to sort out the Eurozone countries will require us to change our membership status but we are not going to be able to extract ourselves from nearly enough policies as the Eurosceptic gash frothers want us too. There is no way in hell he's going to be able to satisfy these people. The Germans have already stated we will not be able to cherry pick our policies, the French have stated EU membership is not an a la carte menu. There are actually proper economic reasons why a single market leads to "an ever greater union". Put extremely simply, you need an ever greater union to police the single market. That's a very simple view by the way but it's the simplest way to explain it.
To the rest of the EU it looks like we've just put a gun to their heads and told them to reform. That's not going to work. That's not how diplomacy works. We'll get compromise and that's it and like I said earlier, that's not enough for Eurosceptic cumslingers.
If we vote out for some reason, we're fucked with a capital F. I'd go as far as saying that if there is a doubt by the time the referendum is due Davy Cuntron might backtrack like a mother fucker on steroids, or attempt to anyway...it might be too late to backtrack by then though.
In 5 years time he might be the most destructive thing to ever happen to this country and he might not have meant any of it to happen. Let's not forget that Scotland is having referendum before this.
The reason I fear the referendum so much is the amount of misinformation and misconceptions out there, propagated by right wing media.
That is a real comment from someone in regards to why the EU parliament is in Brussels and it's effects. The person genuinely believes that because the Parliament is in Brussels the Belgians get a higher priority than the UK. I know dear reader that I don't need to explain this to you but I will because it's what I have to do from now until the time this referendum is finished with. The EU parliament is based on proportional representation, the larger the population of a region the larger it's say in the parliament.EU in Belgium, Belgium interests get dealt with at higher priority. ”UK” parliament in Westminster, who's interests get highest priority?
So what can we take from his speech, Some say it's ambitious, some say it's reckless. I'll say you FUCKING Tory Cunt!
I'm going to actually have to do some political type bullshit now. I can't stand by and let this cunt do this.
FOR THE UNION(S)!