House of EUdementia
Autor: Jan Zeman | Publikováno: 23.06.2008 | Rubrika: English
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Nevertheless they even looked sometimes they can't hold standing. Some of them generally have had problems to express a coherent sentence. I bet they would in reward ask Brussels to issue a directive, that next time they could park there with a hospital bed or each have a Lord speaker. The stealth representative of the Brownvernment EUlogized the Treaty in a manner, that I really suspect Brussels that they xeroxed one truthful text a la digest from 9/11 Ommission report, have translated the fraudulent phrases into all European languages and distributed it to the eurooptimist bosses - to let them know what they should tell over and over everywhere.

I was watching the Lords doiteds at the parliament
television
<http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/VideoPlayer.aspx?meetingId=1966&rel=ok>.
A couple of dissenters who are still able to speak, mentioned the
executory promise of the referendum in Britain and what the public
thinks about.

Otherwise the numerous backing of the wedon'tknowhat squawked even -
that they are there in the House of Lords still *"much more
democratical"*, than some (irresponsible) Irrish voters.

What an egregious gibber!!

Everyone surely knows, that the good half of them are the seniles
appointed by Tony Blair to have a better pension - and for it they
obediently bootlick to the government. The phrase Lord-labourist is
really piteous. It is like if the Clinton would fill half of the US
Senate from the social retirement houses for the converted former slave
traders and the rest would mold there on hereditary office from the
times before the Boston tea party. Both barely able to hold the piss.
What a demockracy it would be! It would just need a comrade Andy Brooks
or John Reid as the Lord Chairman.

They were saying there something about the Lisbon treaty Supreme court
case in the Czech Rep. though, but what in the Czech Rep. says the
president or the chairman of the Senate about the end of the
ratification - of course not a word. Such a peanut anyway shouldn't stop
the supEUrtrain.

Nevertheless they even looked sometimes they can't hold standing. Some
of them generally have had problems to express a coherent sentence. I
bet they would in reward ask Brussels to issue a directive, that next
time they could park there with a hospital bed or each have a Lord
speaker. The stealth representative of the Brownvernment EUlogized the
Treaty in a manner, that I really suspect Brussels that they xeroxed one
truthful text a la digest from 9/11 Ommission report, have translated
the fraudulent phrases into all European languages and distributed it to
the eurooptimist bosses - to let them know what they should tell over
and over everywhere.

More democratical than the Irish referendum? ... unbelieveable -
especially when one considers the polls, where more than half of the
British (54%) of course has thought that the Lords should kill the
Treaty and only 14% that they should ratify it.
(http://www.openeurope.org.uk/media-centre/...ary.aspx?id=614
<http://www.openeurope.org.uk/media-centre/summary.aspx?id=614>)

They have ratified it. And this is the better democracy. Vivat Brave New
Angsoc!

But for us this means, that the fight is by far not over. If are so
pontifical even the co-opted lordships and call themselves a better
democracy than a referendum, we are perhaps dealing with an EUpidemy of
a contagious dementia, the Czech Supreme court PR-man said yesterday the
court wants to judge about the Treaty from text draught from an internet
EUjournal, clearly because they still don't have a certified authentic
copy of the Treaty (as the Czech govt. and parliament doesn't have as
well) - half a year after they signed it - so it looks it is spread
already... I'm indeed afraid, that it would be good to begin with
reboring to the heavier caliber and regrEUtably: to start loading with
the international law.