Monday, 14 November 2011

Broken Record

So the imbecile, Cameron, warns that the EU will be in peril without reform, does he? What an utter, flaccid, ickle, tiny penis he really is. Just a little, posh prick, really.

The EU is a dangerous, expensive experiment, doomed to failure from the outset. At a time when the F├╝hrer is urging even greater political union, is it really right for our unelected 'leader' to be 'doing a Chamberlain' and appeasing her? How long before he proffers a piece of paper? I seem to remember that it didn't really work out for Neville.

Just saying, over and over again, that it would be bad for Britain to leave the EU doesn't actually make it true. This has been the ploy of religions since time immemorial. Ever since Moses brought some rocks down a mountain and pretended the squiggles he'd carved on them were commandments from something he called God, religions the world over have singularly failed to provide any evidence whatsoever for the existence of any kind of deity... and yet the gullible still believe!

H. L. Mencken said. "The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos." So, is the EU a modern-day sacred cow? It seems so. And to the believer any rational argument is heresy. But just because you dare not challenge it, CameRooney, it doesn't make it right.

The EU is as proven as astrology, homoeopathy and phrenology; as real as unicorns, gryphons and free broadband and as reliable as an Austin Allegro, or a Berlusconi promise. You don't believe in it, so who has offered you what to pretend that you do? Or is treason simply the way you roll, you whey-faced poltroon??

Successive governments have repeated the "EU-good, Independence-bad" mantra for too long, with absolutely no substance to back up their argument.
 
Broken record? Criminal record, more like.

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