‘No’ is temporary; ‘Yes’ is forever.

Read my [blog] lips; the EU is a malignant cancer.


It is Fabianesque Gradualism at its worst.


I’ve already posted information on its origins previously, when highlighting the process of Enclosure in History’s Greatest Swindle?


I’ve also been fairly cynical about the role of Mainstream Media.
However, there are times when absolute ‘gems’ are published. Of this variety comes a rare gem indeed; a recent blog entry by Mary Ellen Synon, published on the Daily Mail’s Euroseptic section of ‘Mail Online’.


Synon’s post entitled “The ‘trick for idiots’ succeeds: Cameron says one 1975 Yes to the EU is forever“, is one worth savouring. In it she writes;

“David Cameron has ruled out a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU on the grounds that Britain had a vote on the Common Market when Harold Wilson was prime minister.

This means the prime minister has officially embraced the anti-democratic EU policy on referenda: a Yes to Brussels is forever, but a No is only ever temporary.”


Never a truer word written, and never a more direct example of the malignant nature of the EU and its Parliament-without-mandate.


Synon continues;

I am reminded of remarks made about this EU policy a few years ago by Vladimir Bukovsky, the Soviet dissident who was imprisoned and tortured over 12 years by the KGB. He was expelled from the USSR in 1976. He is now an author and lives in Cambridge.


What he [Bukovsky]sees is a parallel between the EU and the Soviet Union: ‘I am referring to structures, to certain ideologies being instilled, to the inevitable expansion, the obliteration of nations, which was the purpose of the Soviet Union. The ultimate purpose of the Soviet Union was to create a new historic entity, the “Soviet people.”‘

‘The same is true in the EU today. They are trying to create a new people. They call this people “Europeans,” whatever that means. The state, the national state, is supposed to wither away.’

But didn’t all these countries join the EU voluntarily? ‘No, they did not. Look at Denmark which voted against the Maastricht treaty twice. Look at Ireland. Look at many other countries, they are under enormous pressure. It is almost blackmail.’

‘Switzerland was forced to vote five times in a referendum. All five times they have rejected it, but who knows what will happen the sixth time, the seventh time?’

‘It is always the same thing. It is a trick for idiots. The people have to vote in referendums until the people vote the way that is wanted. Then they have to stop voting.’


There are some, me included, who still spit venom when reminded of DJ Dizzy Dave’s pre-election promises of an EU referendum, which was very quickly ‘edited’ to become a watered down conditional maybe, until we have his recent statement that we already had our vote 36 years ago. Which just goes to prove, once a hand raised, purpose built political puppet, always a hand raised, purpose built political puppet.


Back to Mary Ellen Synon and the comments of Bukovsky;

‘When you look at the European Commission it looks like the Politburo. I mean it does so exactly…they are exactly the same, unaccountable to anyone, not directly elected by anyone at all.’

‘Of course, it is a milder version of the Soviet Union. Please do not misunderstand me. I am not saying that it has a Gulag. It has no KGB – not yet – but I am very carefully watching such structures as Europol for example. That really worries me a lot because this organisation will probably have powers bigger than those of the KGB. They will have diplomatic immunity.’

‘Can you imagine a KGB with diplomatic immunity?’


This KGB with diplomatic immunity already exists. Its lurking in the wings, awaiting its orders to pounce on the unsuspecting ‘Europeans’, but in terms of an institution established? Already done and dusted. Its called Europol.


Never heard of it? Let me introduce you to the Beast that lies within;

Europol (short for European Police Office) is the European Union‘s criminal intelligence agency. It became fully operational on 1 July 1999.

The establishment of Europol was agreed to in the 1992 Maastricht Treaty, officially known as the Treaty on European Union (TEU) that came into effect in November 1993. The agency started limited operations on 3 January 1994, as the Europol Drugs Unit (EDU). In 1998 the Europol Convention was ratified by all the member states and came into force in October. Europol commenced its full activities on 1 July 1999.

Europol allocates its resources (625 staff, of these, approximately 120 Europol liaison officers (ELOs)) from its headquarters in The Hague.

As of 2007, Europol covers all 27 member states of the European Union.

Europol was reformed as a full EU agency on 1 January 2010. This gave Europol increased powers to collect criminal information and European Parliament more control over Europol activities and budget.

The Europol Convention finally came into effect in October 1998 after ratification by all 15 EU national parliaments though some outstanding legal issues (primarily data protection supervision and judicial supervision) ensured it could not formally take up duties until July 1999.

The Europol Convention was superseded by the Council Decision of 6 April 2009 establishing the European Police Office (Europol), converting Europol into a formal EU agency as well as increasing some of its powers. The European Parliament was given more control over Europol by the Council Decision as well.

The Directorate of Europol is appointed by the Council of the European Union (Ministers for Justice and Home Affairs). It currently consists of Director Rob Wainwright (UK) and Deputy Directors Tom Driessen (Netherlands), Michel Quillé (France) and Eugenio Orlandi (Italy).

Source: Wikipedia


Interesting; the ‘top guy’ – the Director of Europol – Rob Wainwright, is from the UK. Let’s take a closer look at his background …


Rob Wainwright has a BSc degree from the London School of Economics. He speaks Welsh, English and Spanish.


Rob Wainwright joined the U.K. Civil Service, where he held various managerial functions, including law enforcement, combating organised crime, counter-terrorism and intelligence analysis.


Excellent; a civil servant and an economics graduate.


Just what we need – more career politicians, with zero mandate from the public, in positions of incredible assumed authority.


In fact, it would seem the EU Parliament is a veritable hatchery for career politicians and the feckless elite who rule without popular mandate.

Take, as a prime example, Baroness Ashton of Upholland, who has never been voted in to any position she has held in her long career as a career politician, and yet now finds herself in the role of High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and First Vice President of the European Commission … both INCREDIBLY key roles, for which she has never received a single vote from the electorate. Not one. A favourite of War Criminal, Tony Blair,  the Baroness is the epitome of both ‘career politician’ and a female version of  ‘jobs for The Boys’.


Or the Kinnocks – Neil and Glenys?
Who happily rode the £10,000,000 EU gravy train for years? … and will continue to do so for many more years via lavish, taxpayer-funded pensions!


I also note, with utter disbelief and complete cynicism that Rob Wainwright, in an interview from 2009 with the ‘Hague Online’, also extols the virtues of CCTV Britain, and cites it as the primary reason the false flag event, the 7/7 London Bombings [See. Ripple Effect], were pinned on racially profiled patsies;

From a UK perspective, since its introduction in the 1970’s, closed circuit television has played a significant role in assisting the police in the investigation of volume crime, serious crime and terrorist incidents such as those in London in July 2005 when the use of CCTV imagery led to the early identification of suspects and played an important role in the subsequent prosecutions.

Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol


The parasitic tumour of the EU Parliament and its myriad of Agencies needs to be cut out … without question, without further discussion, without hesitation and without mercy.

2 Responses to “‘No’ is temporary; ‘Yes’ is forever.”
  1. suedenimon says:

    I have long been opposed to the EU in all its incarnations, i am glad to see that you are pointing out its internal inconsistencies and the sheer waste of our dwindling resources…keep up the good work!

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