Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The Criminal Misgovernance of Britain's three main political parties in May 2010.

The admission by the French Finance Minister, Christine Lagarde last weekend that all the rules of the EU were broken to rescue the euro currency places Britain's political leaders of last May at serious risk of prosecution for dereliction of duty, mis-application of the nation's assets if not simply for plain old-fashioned outright treason.

To refresh your memory of the events of last May I suggest my readers re-visit this blog's archives for that month particularly this post for Sunday 9th May on the emergency Ecofin meeting when I stated the following:

Alistair Darling belongs to a defeated party and should have no authority to attend an ECOFIN meeting charged with reaching a pan-EU agreement as commanded by members of the euro currency group.

David Cameron and Nick Clegg should clarify Darling's status immediately and if possible prevent his departure from the country! 

Prime Minister Cameron stated the following complete lie about that agreement yesterday in Parliament: (as taken from the Downing Street press release linked here):

Second, the issue of liability for any potential bail out of the Eurozone in future.
Britain is not in the Euro. And we are not going to join the Euro.
That is why we should not have any liability for bailing out the Eurozone when the new permanent arrangements come into effect in 2013.
With the current emergency arrangements, established under Article 122, we do.
This was a decision taken by the previous government.
It is a decision we disagreed with at the time. And we are stuck with it for the duration of the emergency mechanism.
But I have been determined to ensure that when the permanent mechanism starts, Britain’s liability should end.

The use of Article 122 was widely known to have been an illegal ruse at the time. The incoming administration led by Cameron, Clegg and Osborne could have refuted Darling's concurrence to such illegality and instituted proceedings to exempt the UK from the disastrous financial consequences.

Can any now doubt that it was a complete dereliction of duty NOT so to do? Indeed can any voter not now perceive that all three main political parties in the UK are complicit in the illegal squandering of the nation's wealth at the behest of the Euro Group member states of the EU of which  assemblage Britain is not even a part?

The position the Coalition Government could have taken was set out in my posting the day before George Osborne's first ECOFIN meeting held on 18th May, linked here. Cameron, Clegg and Osborne chose to act otherwise, therefore they are as complicit as Brown and Darling with all the illegalities and misgovernance that took place and all the outright lies spoken by David Cameron before the mace yesterday in Parliament.

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