EU doing it’s best to help UKIP to take over Government next year

Call-me-Dave Camermong is facing a by-election within the next month.  One he staked his leadership on.  Current odds offered are around 1/7 ON UKIP winning…it’s a done deal as far as the polls are saying.  Dave is goin’ dahn.

So, what’s the very last thing that he needs right now?

Because the euro-zone (the single currency area) is currently dead in the water, holed beneath the waterline and busy drilling holes in the ship’s bottom to make things worse, it is desperately looking around for cash (Germany, the big meany, hates QE so they need to look elsewhere).  They have decided that the UK needs to bung them another 1.7 Billion quid by the first of December.

Strangely enough us Brits are none too taken with the idea of our printed money being used to prop up the failing socialist states.  Dave is in the doo-doo, deep in the doo-doo.

Also strange is that it’s generally considered to be true that the EU is in deep do-do if the UK leaves.  We’re annoying the piss out of them (and them us), but that doesn’t make it smart to start putting the boot in harder.  In recent polls 14% of Brits thought that the EU as is, is a great thing.  The rest may not want out, but they are already not enamoured by the EU.  So what’s going on in the EU?

Dave’s recently found interest in immigration matters (and the labia party’s) where promises were made to sort out the issue were shot down before take off by the outgoing euro-prez and the incoming one.  One gets the feeling that they hate Dave as much as UKIP does…and that’s A LOT.

The biggest problem for all three of the legacy parties, the LibLabCon, is that they cannot address the issue of immigration without UKIP saying, absolutely truly, that without leaving the EU there is no way to address the issue.  The EU will not allow it.  We need to invoke the exit mechanism right damn now.

A few links for those of you with a passing interest in UKIP’s fortunes.

Nick Wood: Does Europe have a death wish? Does it really want Britain to quit?

Dave’s rejection actually involves weasel words.  He has no credibility with the voters.

In lighter news (including bonus reference to Monty Python’s Life of Brian)

Another day, another round of infighting between the People’s Front of Judea and the Judean People’s Front. The Edinburgh University Student’s Association (EUSA) has been accused of “inconsistency” in its commitment to “end rape culture and lad banter on campus”, after a motion put forward by the University’s Feminist Society to ban the Socialist Workers’ Party from campus was withheld when the SWP threatened legal action.

The motion, which extends the ban by refusing affiliation to student “front-groups” of the SWP, was brought by the Feminist Society because they believe the SWP to be deeply misogynistic, following allegations that a number of rape accusations against a senior party figure known only as ‘Comrade Delta’ were covered up, and eventually dismissed following kangaroo court proceedings within the party.

Eleanor Brayne-Whyatt, who submitted the motion, told student newspaper The Journal  that she had done so because “This will show that rape apologism and victim blaming cannot be put up with, and any movement that allows them to take place and that stamps all over women’s rights for the furthering of some ‘bigger’ cause will not be accepted. It is a shame that this hasn’t come sooner.”

The motion’s supporters pointed to the EUSA’s safe space policy, and its policy to “End Rape Culture and Lad Banter on Campus” in support of the motion. However, before it could be voted on the SWP contacted the EUSA and The Journal to claim that both the motion and media coverage of the motion were libellous, forcing the Association to withdraw it pending legal advice.

That action has prompted Student Rights, an organisation that bills itself as ‘tackling extremism on campus’, to accuse the EUSA of hypocrisy and inconsistency in its application of the policies. Student Rights also highlights another case from earlier this year in which members of the EUSA voted down a motion put forward by the university’s Humanist Society to ban segregation within union buildings or events, after the delegates heard speeches claiming that the motion had racist and Islamophobic intentions.

“For a union to selectively apply safe-space policies in this way is unacceptable, and de-legitimises the very idea of these policies.

“Students Rights would hope that these ideals would extend to all those that express misogynistic views, including groups which validate such views through religious belief,” the organisation has written on its blog.

It adds: “Until such a policy applies indiscriminately across campus, loopholes will exist through which the intolerant will be able to find a platform.”

😉  always worth looking for the fun article at the end of the news.

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12 comments on “EU doing it’s best to help UKIP to take over Government next year
  1. Spawny Get says:

    By the way

    There are a few theories about this money issue.
    1) The EU want Cammy out of power (and labia in). Labour are even bigger euro-pussies than the europhile tories.
    2) The EU want the UK out because they’re just as sick of us as we are of them (but they sho’ do like our QE printed money)
    3) It’s a demand that CammyKnickers can get all butch and patriotic about…he ‘wins’ (temporarily) because he ‘stood up for Britain’ * he’s so manly ❤ ❤ ❤ *, but after the next election he owes them and we quietly pony up the cash, or labour does. But the deal helps both against UKIP by de-emphasising the EU as a threat (for a while).

    To my mind this (3) is a high risk strategy because everybody knows Dave is a weasel. If UKIP set the narrative described in (3) with the electorate, this could go VERY badly for the liblabcon (all three).


  2. Cill says:

    I got as far as “Call-me-Dave Camermong” and could go no further. Sorry mate, but you shouldn’t start a joke with the punchline 😉


  3. Spawny Get says:

    Too much time on UK political blogs over the years…My bad.


  4. Cill says:

    crucial by-election “1/7 ON UKIP winning”
    Damn, I really do need to start taking this UKIP seriously and read up on it…


  5. Cill says:

    “our printed money being used to prop up the failing socialist states”
    France is the model cot-case. Spending other people’s money is the only way they know. They produce all those bright mathematicians and do nothing with them – apart from ways to make profit with the exchange of flim flam.


  6. Spawny Get says: Guido Fawkes’ blog is a good place to keep up to date (but the comments are a waste of time). Read the brief posts, the links to the right. these guys put actual money down. Nufsed?


  7. Spawny Get says:

    I liked the French people as people. But their politicians? Oh-la-la (yes, I did hear people say that)


  8. Spawny Get says:

    I hear the Tories completed the cooking of their Rochester goose by giving the local party an ‘open’ primary consisting of a choice of two female candidates (Dave’s woman problem at work). Very poor turnout in the election for her as Tory candidate. Turnout by the guys they need to canvass the electorate.


  9. Moehau Man says:

    Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin to slit throats.
    H. L. Mencken
    US editor (1880 – 1956)


  10. Spawny Get says:

    Love that quote. He must have been a hell of a guy.


  11. Moehau Man says:

    I should explain that haka, eh. It’s a war-dance of the dead arising from the earth into the feet of the haka men and rising up and possessing their bodies and finally being flung into the air when they stretch out their fingers near the end. The opening words mean “I die I die I live I live!” before the dead take over the the rest is their’s.

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  12. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, you had an encounter with one? So did I, last night. You’re next, Spawny. Join the club! 😉


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