Friday, December 24, 2010

A Radio Four Today programme interview that marks the end of an independent British Foreign Policy!

At 0714 this morning an interview was broadcast setting in stone the abrogation of a British Foreign Policy that has been undertaken by the Coalition Government since assuming the reduced powers of British Government last May. The interview may be heard here.

The British electorate and others with an interest in Britain who are spread across the world and particularly those in the British Commonwealth, should be made aware that this was not a result of actions  by the previous Labour Government nor facilitated as a result of the coalition with the Liberal Democrats although those two parties are equally guilty in the casting aside of centuries of national independence.

Midwives to the European External Action Service were the Conservative Party led by David Cameron with the absolute co-operation of First and more historically important Foreign Secretary William Hague. This fact is made absolutely clear in an article on the authoritative internet website EurActiv, last July, linked here, from which I quote this critical portion:

William Hague's instructions to the European Conservatives and Reformists group in the European Parliament, in which the British Tories sit, were decisive in securing a crucial positive vote on the European External Action Service (EEAS), EurActiv has learned.

The Tories, known for their Eurosceptic views, helped to save Europe's future diplomatic service, Parliament officials said.

Without a decisive call by UK Foreign Minister William Hague to his fellow party members in the European Conservatives and Reformists group (ECR), whose members were elected on an anti-federalist ticket, the EEAS would probably not have got off the ground. (see roll call by Vote Watch)

Now listen to the BBC interview if you have yet to do so. Listen to this unknown, unelected so-called EU Foreign Affairs spokesman Darren Ennis describe attitudes to Belarus which have never been considered or debated by any elected Europan politician. Remeber it was our bullying slippery slime-ball of a Prime Minister David Cameron and his craven two-faced First Minister of State William Hague who brought their country to this degraded and totally unacceptable pass.

Later in the same programme, as if to add insult to injury, the BBC imposed a "Thought for the day" from the German Pope, read here, whose main achievement has been to cover-up thirty years of child abuse from his senior position in the church that has been the enemy of Britain for centuries.

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