Thursday, November 22, 2012

Cameron should send his Alternate to the E-Council on the MFF

At 2000 hrs CET this evening EU leaders will gather in Brussels for the Group Portrait of the Special European Council 22/23 November 2012 (extendable as necessary) called to agree the Multiannual Financial Framework for the EU from 2014 to 2020.

IF PM Cameron values his neck, he will send his designated Alternate with the sole authority being to veto any agreement that may be presented or advanced. That in fact is his own sole authority on this vast spending programme, as designated recently by our own sovereign Parliament.

The EU should not be discussing the MFF starting in 2014 this weekend, it should be finding the funds to reduce the 128.5% of GDP rumoured on Twitter to be the present Troika estimate of Greece's 2020 GDP to the IMF targeted 120%. A matter not involving Britain!

Present polls in the UK indicate 56% dissatisfaction with the EU which figure is growing strongly. As blogged yesterday morning, it is widely recognised on the Continent that Britain is heading towards the EU exit.

No Prime Minister, who values his own neck, could possibly be sufficiently sure of the coming uncertain and dangerous events to commit the nation to a further seven years of funding the waste, corruption and incompetence that the EU now quite clearly represents.

A Happy Thanksgiving to all my readers in the USA. Rarely since the war have those Americans of European descent, had so much to be thankful to their ancestors for, in making the journey West, to escape the old Continent which once again seems bent on proving itself chaotic, essentially corrupt and ultimately ungovernable.

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Blogger Tickety said...

Always enjoy your postings Martin. So informative and thought provoking. Please keep up the good work.

8:34 AM  
Anonymous Budgie said...

".... it is widely recognised on the Continent that Britain is heading towards the EU exit."

Hmm. I don't think it is widely recognised. I think it is widely reported. I think it is just one more ploy to get Cameron to back down. Which he will, of course.

10:25 PM  

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