Wednesday, July 28, 2010

London Calling: Cameron, the perfidious Albian

If the idea is to collapse the EU by overloading it with Turkey, he's playing a very dangerous game -

The Worden Report: "Euroskeptics Urge Turkey’s Accession to the EU to Dilute “Ever Closer Union”?"

On his first visit to the Turkish capital since becoming prime minister in May, 2010, David Cameron of Britain likened France’s opposition to Turkey’s bid join the EU to the French veto of Britain’s bid to become part of the EEC in the 1960s. However, Britain and Turkey do not occupy the same situs with respect to Europe. Britain is in Europe, whereas only ten percent of Turkey is on the continent. Cameron pointed to Turkey’s role in NATO, particularly in the organization’s efforts in Afghanistan. However, Turkey has made it clear that it will not join EU sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program. In other words, Turkey does not have the same interests as do the states in Europe because Turkey is not in Europe.

To add a very large Middle Eastern state to a union of European states would compromise, and perhaps buckle, the EU. Already, the EU has struggled to make changes internally to accommodate its expansion to the east. Turkey’s very different culture and interests could render the EU impotent, given the amount of power still being exercised by the governments of its states. (...) >>>

Jul 28, 2010

Cameron, the progressive -

It was to be expected, but he's a disappointment nevertheless. He's also attacked Israel, calling Gaza 'a prison camp'. Yeah, run by Hamas -

Telegraph: "David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey"

In a speech in the Turkish capital of Ankara, he will tell of his "anger" that a country which is a member of the Nato coalition fighting in Afghanistan should be asked to: "guard the camp but not be allowed to sit inside the tent". He will claim that those who seek to block the incorporation of a Muslim nation into the 27-member EU are misguided and prejudiced. His words are likely to be construed as criticism of France and Germany, which both oppose the country's membership. (...) >>>

Jul 27, 2010

The Cameron cabinet -

BBC: "Cameron coalition: Full ministerial team to be named"

David Cameron is expected to complete his government team, as the coalition enters its third full day in power. More Liberal Democrat MPs are in line for jobs, in addition to their five cabinet posts and six middle-ranking ministerial roles. (...) >>>

May 14, 2010

Perhaps in relation to the preceding entry Accuracy in Media opine the Tories are actually a herd of RINOs. But it's true Europeans are historically less socially conservative than American Conservatives are. Yet, in view of the Dunn thing and the copying of Blair, one can't help hoping Cameron will drop the agenda real soon. (Although that would put him on a par with the Obama deception). Meantime, the notorious British papers have taken a stance ... and there's a surprise -

Sky: "Newspapers Set Out Support To Sway Voters"

The newspapers are announcing their political allegiances in an attempt to sway voters ahead of the General Election. The traditionally Labour-supporting Guardian newspaper has switched to back the Liberal Democrats after a third poorly-received leaders' debate performance from Gordon Brown.
In an editorial entitled The Liberal Moment Has Come The Guardian said if it had a vote it would opt "enthusiastically" for Nick Clegg's party. But it said "under our discredited electoral system" readers in marginal constituencies should consider voting tactically for Labour if they wish to keep the Conservatives out. The Sunday Telegraph and The Times have endorsed the Conservatives. But Mr Cameron warned supporters that the election is still far from won. (...) >>>

Apr 30, 2010

Cultural Marxism infiltrates Tory Party - In the preceding post we posed the question, is David Cameron the UK's John McCain or is there still time for a pivot. Well, he's made one. Turns out he's taking his cues from Anita "Mao Tse" Dunn (Anita Dunn KeyWiki). No wonder he's ending up as a follower of Lucifer "community organizer" Alinsky -

Nourishing obscurity: "Apocalypse now", by James Higham

(...) Hung parliament, Brown still in charge, still promoting this sort of thing, all common sense departed from the land, Parliament stacked with Labour clones, Lib-Dem socialists, Tory socialists and a small rump of true conservatives in two parties plus some independents. The EU onslaught begins, the command and control.

People who fifteen years ago would have been called patriots, ordinary Brits going about their business, not thinking too much about politics – now they are taking to blogs, ranting and are being marginalized as racist, sexist, extremist, [in some cases religious] dinosaurs, the government seeing these people as dangerous subversives who need to be silenced. (...) >>>

Apr 4, 2010

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