Sorting Out the EU

It is bound to happen eventually.

I do not mean the break-up of the EU, but that might also happen. What I mean is disobedience. EU affiliated States cannot go on for ever ignoring the wishes of their people and obeying the dictats of the EU. Sooner or later, a State will say, “NO!!! WE WILL NOT COMPLY

You see, what has been happening is that the Elite in the EU have been playing one country against another, and one group of people against another. So far, it has worked terribly well. The latest Tobacco Products Directive is a good example. The original proposal was to treat ecigs as medicines. That idea did not get through, but the proposal was watered down somewhat and secret discussions ensued. In the event, the proposal which was passed (with a huge majority, note) was little different, in effect, from the original proposal which was rejected. But the important thing is that it was passed, which means that States are going to be forced to adopt it.

But will they? They might. Even those States which do not have a Health Dept which is hopelessly corrupt might well comply. Some may pay lip-service while actually doing nothing to implement the directive. They might turn a blind eye to import of ecigs and liquid which do not comply. Imagine the difficulties of actually enforcing the directive as regards ecigs and the liquids! How big an army of officials and police is going to be required?

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I don’t see any need to withdraw from the EU. I see it the opposite way round. I see the EU being challenged to throw, say, the UK out of the EU. Or it may be France, or Germany, or a combination of Spain, Italy and Greece. It would not be difficult to imagine the leaders of those countries getting their heads together and deciding to default on their debts to the EU-front banks and set up their own ‘free trade’ area.  They would not need to withdraw from the EU to do so. They could just do it.

The EU is a lot more fragile than one might think. It really does not exist as an entity. It is a construct. It has no real power any more that the UN and the WHO have any real power. They are as flimsy as their funding is flimsy. Terminate the funding and you terminate the UN. It is as simple as that. Terminate the EU funding and you terminate the EU. The EU has no land and no people. It is artificial.

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It is bound to happen sooner or later. A State, or a group of States, is sure to defy a directive and throw out a challenge. Might this obscene directive on ecigs be the issue which causes the rift? I doubt it. It will happen when a people, such as the Greeks or Italians, overthrow the puppet government which has been imposed upon them. The key, as is often the case, is THE MONEY. It is literally a case of the new rulers of these States marching into their central banks with army and police and a set of skilled money-men and taking over physically. They do not need to leave the EU. They need only take over their own destiny.

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6 Responses to “Sorting Out the EU”

  1. beobrigitte Says:

    EU affiliated States cannot go on for ever ignoring the wishes of their people and obeying the dictats of the EU. Sooner or later, a State will say, “NO!!! WE WILL NOT COMPLY“

    I, for one, am looking forward to this day!!!!

    • junican Says:

      Was it Holland or Belgium which decided to allow family bars to continue to be smoking? Is it not true that many German states have been half-hearted? I know that the Chech Republic is defiant. Greece is certainly unenthusiastic.
      But a sufficiently important and major matter has not yet arisen which energises the people. Nor, in the UK, has a leader arisen with the oratorical power to taken on the political borg collective of our current political parties. Farage is pretty good, and may yet get there, but he is somewhat hampered by the lack of big, moneyed backers.
      I think that UKIP will get no MPs or, at best, one or two. What is more important is that the public support should increase greatly. If that happened, then the possibilities in the future are much brighter, in the sense that a breakthrough might mean, say, fifty UKIP MPs all coming through at once. That is what happened to Labour originally.
      The critical thing is to force the EU to throw a State out of the Union. Can they do it? I doubt it somehow. I doubt that there is a mechanism.

  2. Sorting Out the EU | Junican | VapeHalla! | Sco... Says:

    […] It is bound to happen eventually. I do not mean the break-up of the EU, but that might also happen. What I mean is disobedience. EU affiliated States cannot go on for ever ignoring the wishes of their people and obeying the dictats of the EU. Sooner or later, a State will say, “NO!!! WE WILL NOT COMPLY“ You see, what has been happening is that the Elite in the EU have been playing one country against another, and one group of people against another. So far, it has worked terribly well. The latest Tobacco Products Directive is a good example. The original proposal was to treat ecigs as medicines. That idea did not get through, but the proposal was watered down somewhat and secret discussions ensued. In the event, the proposal which was passed (with a huge majority, note) was little different, in effect, from the original proposal which was rejected. But the important thing is that it was passed, which means that States are going to be forced to adopt it.  […]

  3. artbylisabelle Says:

    Reblogged this on artbylisabelle.

  4. artbylisabelle Says:

    “the Revolution will not be Televised” 1960’s style 🙂

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