Monday, October 22, 2007

The Mayor of the Greater British Authority

Meet the Mayor of the Greater British Authority, formerly the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. He is seen here telling the British people where they can go , having just agreed to sign away a thousand years of British history. He will formally do so in December, just in time for Christmas, doubtless accompanied by champagne, fireworks, and Beethoven’s Ninth.

But he doesn’t appear to have any idea what he has done, and neither does he appear to give a damn.

Cranmer has absolutely no idea what these two are smiling about. Here they are, agreeing to the Lisbon Treaty, as it is now known. Yet Prime Minister Brown is about to be supplanted by a permanent Emperor of Europe, who will be known as ‘The President’. And Foreign Secretary Miliband is about to be supplanted by an EU Foreign Minister, who shall be known by the snazzy title of ‘High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy’.

The British veto will go in 61 areas, making it impossible for the UK to block unwanted EU dictates. And it must be remembered that the Lisbon Treaty is a magic treaty, for it is ‘self-amending’. There are clauses within its convoluted clauses which ascribe to the EU the powers necessary for its effective functioning. In addition, the UK is obliged to surrender its seat on the UN Security Council if the EU has an agreed position on a global issue.

But there is nothing to fear, for Mr Brown insists that Britain’s national interest will be protected because four ‘red lines’ will guarantee sovereignty in key areas. They protect us from EU laws on crime-fighting, tax and social security rules, workplace legislation and union rights and foreign affairs.

But if this is all so very good, and the ‘red lines’ are so utterly watertight, why not let the people give it their blessing?

Cranmer is sure they will, for anything that is good for Britain will be intuitively known by the intelligent and discerning British people...


Blogger Johnny Norfolk said...

It is a very sad day yet no one appears to be concerned.

How can a government promise a referendum, then not give it and get away with it. The House of Commons is full of whimps and spinless men and woman who have sold us out.

22 October 2007 at 12:49  
Anonymous anonymous and proud of it said...

Is this good for the English? (to paraphrase a well known saying). I do not suppose Messrs Brown & Miliband gave much consideration to that question.

22 October 2007 at 12:50  
Anonymous nedsherry said...

But he doesn’t appear to have any idea what he has done, and neither does he appear to give a damn.

He gives a damn all right: like Blair, he knows what he has to do to get his thirty pieces of silver. His Grace should recognize that every member of every mainstream party is a traitor to this country and its Christian heritage, including, or especially, the Conservatives. Our Judaeo-Scottish government has accelerated the pace of destruction, but did not initiate it.

Cranmer is sure they will, for anything that is good for Britain will be intuitively known by the intelligent and discerning British people...

Who are the British people? Mass immigration has been diluting and atomizing them for decades with the almost unanimous support of government, judiciary, academia and media. The British people of 1907 would have been aghast to see the transformation of the coming century, but the group chiefly responsible was already at work among them.

22 October 2007 at 13:33  
Blogger Savage44 said...

Even Jose Manuel Barroso gave the lie to Gordon Brown: I heard him say on the Today Programme that the red lines would hold "for the time being". The obvious implication being that sooner or later the government will either voluntarily withdraw them, or, which is more likely, be forced into doing so.

I don't know who actually believes in the red lines - probably not even Gordon Brown or David Milliband (I keep wanting to type Millipede, possibly because he's a nasty little wriggling thing). But they're going to be used to deny us any say in the matter, despite not being worth the paper they were written on.

Nevertheless, getting bogged down in debates about these red lines is what I suspect the government wants. I think it was Gisela Stuart who referred to them as red herrings, and that's exactly what they are. Brown and his cohorts trumpet them from the rooftops, thereby deafening everyone to the real truth behind this treaty. (Apologies for the mixing of metaphors.)

It's important that those with authority and influence, such as your Grace, continue to communicate the message of what the totality of this treaty is really doing. It's equally vitally important that opposition politicians realise it and fight on that basis, not go chasing down the road that Brown wants.

22 October 2007 at 15:25  
Anonymous Sir HM said...

johnny norfolk

"How can a government promise a referendum, then not give it and get away with it."

Why not - it's not the first time this particular bunch of traitors has done it. Have you forgotten about the 1997 Manifesto promise to hold a referendum on proportional representation?

This business, along with the Islam business, is going to end up with large scale violence. At the end of that there will be an accounting. The people being required to account for themselves will not be the people our politicians might imagine them to be ...

22 October 2007 at 16:02  
Anonymous Alfred of Wessex said...

David Miliband's father and grandfather were avowed Communists, and therefore no friends of democracy - see

this interesting piece

from which I quote verbatim:

"It is often noted that Miliband's father and his grandfather immigrated to Britain from Belgium 67 years ago. What is not mentioned as often is how did they get to Belgium.

Miliband's father, the late Ralph Miliband, the leading British communist, and his grandfather (RM's father), the late Samuel Miliband, emigrated to Belgium from Poland. They were Polish Jews, i.e. Poles of Jewish origin.

87 years ago the Soviet Army invaded Poland. David Miliband's grandfather was called to serve. As a Polish citizen he was o bliged to join the Polish military. Not only did he derelict his duty, he even joined the Soviet Army, i.e. he committed treason. After we Poles defeated the Soviets, Samuel Miliband left Poland (knowing that otherwise he would be executed as a traitor). He went to Belgium and from there to Britain.

David Miliband is a 3rd generation communist. He is a traitor just like Chamberlain, Iudas (spl?) and Bliar."

No wonder David Miliband is sensitive about the matter!

22 October 2007 at 16:05  
Anonymous James said...

Forget about elections, parliament, referendums etc. The sooner we have a revolution (1688 style) and kick the lot of them out the better.

22 October 2007 at 22:19  
Anonymous Sir HM said...

Here, and EU Referendum, are amongst the most respectable blogs on the internet. When Richard North, on EU Referendum, writes such things as:

"First, though, has to come the realisation that our government – of which Mr Brown is a member - is no longer in Westminster, but Brussels and that, behind the smiling faces and soothing words, it is our enemy. Then, if history is any guide, we will have to kill them. "

And then commenters on this blog write things such as james said immediately above, then I must say that I find myself enormously cheered.

Thank you.

22 October 2007 at 22:52  
Blogger Cranmer said...

Mr James,

His Grace has decided...

If this 'Treaty' is signed by the Prime Minister in December and ratified by Parliament thereafter, without the express consent of the people, he shall lead calls for another Glorious Revolution - 1688 style indeed.

22 October 2007 at 23:01  
Blogger Darkersideofbridgetjones said...

A promise to hold a referendum 'be such a vote winner and would excite the electorate and add spice to a general election campaign'. Conservative Home 2007

23 October 2007 at 09:49  

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