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http://www.ft.com/cms/s/8f4a5126-2033-11dc...0b5df10621.html

As you may have heard there is some flustered feathers over the dropping of the phrase "where competition is free and undistorted”” from the stated objectives of the EU bloc. Note that:

By contrast “full employment and social progress” will remain Union objectives, offering possible cover to a country wanting to prop up a failing company or engineer a merger of “national champions”.

This gives me a couple of points to think over.

1. We are giving up trying to be globally competitive. How can we be when there is a nigh on never ending supply of cheaper and more driven (nothing like hunger to focus the mind) foreign labour and skills. Necessity is the mother of all invention and in the west, necessity left the building when WW2 came to a close. Europes leaders may well be considering a far more protectionist future or risk a massive uprising in their own countries. This is likely how the treaty will be sold. i.e. we are protecting the european public.

2. What it really is about: By allowing governments to bail out failing private commercials ventures (with tax payers money of course) banks have made the final inevitable leap to total risk free, maxiumum profit operation.

When the debt burden finally becomes too great for a company, a seeming inevitability for all entities under a debt based fiat currency, the taxpayer will step in to ensure the banks make no losses whatsoever. Almost all bailouts are borrowed money so the banks simply get to charge interest on even more money, this time guaranteed by the golden goose of guarantors - the taxpayer who has no choice.

Ever wonder why the tax take goes up every year to do the same job (if you are lucky, some would say services are going backwards), its to service the interest on greater and greater levels of borrowing to keep up with compound interest payments to the banks. Looks to me like the EU is an exercise in creating a hotline from your wallet to the banks profit ledger.

So, wanna referendum?

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I read today that the security services have put Tony Blair as number 5 on the global hitlist of people most likely to be assasinated.

I would guess it is fair to say that if he were to sign up the UK to the new treaty without a referendum, he would become number 2, and that is taking into account that he is wearing his lucky Church's Brogues, and has a direct line to God.

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As you may have heard there is some flustered feathers over the dropping of the phrase "where competition is free and undistorted”” from the stated objectives of the EU bloc. Note that:

This gives me a couple of points to think over.

1. We are giving up trying to be globally competitive. How can we be when there is a nigh on never ending supply of cheaper and more driven (nothing like hunger to focus the mind) foreign labour and skills. Necessity is the mother of all invention and in the west, necessity left the building when WW2 came to a close. Europes leaders may well be considering a far more protectionist future or risk a massive uprising in their own countries. This is likely how the treaty will be sold. i.e. we are protecting the european public.

2. What it really is about: By allowing governments to bail out failing private commercials ventures (with tax payers money of course) banks have made the final inevitable leap to total risk free, maxiumum profit operation.

When the debt burden finally becomes too great for a company, a seeming inevitability for all entities under a debt based fiat currency, the taxpayer will step in to ensure the banks make no losses whatsoever. Almost all bailouts are borrowed money so the banks simply get to charge interest on even more money, this time guaranteed by the golden goose of guarantors - the taxpayer who has no choice.

Ever wonder why the tax take goes up every year to do the same job (if you are lucky, some would say services are going backwards), its to service the interest on greater and greater levels of borrowing to keep up with compound interest payments to the banks. Looks to me like the EU is an exercise in creating a hotline from your wallet to the banks profit ledger.

So, wanna referendum?

By contrast “full employment and social progress” will remain Union objectives, offering possible cover to a country wanting to Introduce slavery”.

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I read today that the security services have put Tony Blair as number 5 on the global hitlist of people most likely to be assasinated.

I would guess it is fair to say that if he were to sign up the UK to the new treaty without a referendum, he would become number 2, and that is taking into account that he is wearing his lucky Church's Brogues, and has a direct line to God.

If he's only number 5 what the hell do you have to do to be number 2? (I assume no 1 is bush!)

Perhaps the list is unbalanced due to the probability of the CIA assasination of Castro or Chavez?

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As you may have heard there is some flustered feathers over the dropping of the phrase "where competition is free and undistortedâ€â€ from the stated objectives of the EU bloc. Note that:

This gives me a couple of points to think over.

1. We are giving up trying to be globally competitive. How can we be when there is a nigh on never ending supply of cheaper and more driven (nothing like hunger to focus the mind) foreign labour and skills. Necessity is the mother of all invention and in the west, necessity left the building when WW2 came to a close. Europes leaders may well be considering a far more protectionist future or risk a massive uprising in their own countries. This is likely how the treaty will be sold. i.e. we are protecting the european public.

2. What it really is about: By allowing governments to bail out failing private commercials ventures (with tax payers money of course) banks have made the final inevitable leap to total risk free, maxiumum profit operation.

When the debt burden finally becomes too great for a company, a seeming inevitability for all entities under a debt based fiat currency, the taxpayer will step in to ensure the banks make no losses whatsoever. Almost all bailouts are borrowed money so the banks simply get to charge interest on even more money, this time guaranteed by the golden goose of guarantors - the taxpayer who has no choice.

Ever wonder why the tax take goes up every year to do the same job (if you are lucky, some would say services are going backwards), its to service the interest on greater and greater levels of borrowing to keep up with compound interest payments to the banks. Looks to me like the EU is an exercise in creating a hotline from your wallet to the banks profit ledger.

So, wanna referendum?

Yes I want a referendum on the EU so I can vote no to the corrupt b*stards!

I Also want a referendum to bring back the death sentence, and also a referendum to abolish the welfare state, and one to disband the NHS, and one to have all of the Labour party put to death (and the Tories, and the Lib-dems).

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Yes I wat a referendum on the EU so I can vote no to the corrupt b*stards!

I Also want a referendum to bring back the death sentence, and also a referendum to abolish the welfare state, and one to disband the NHS, and one to have all of the Labour party put to death (and the Tories, and the Lib-dems).

Well said

An end to the entire entitlement system. A very bitter pill to swallow but necessary

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