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 Post subject: Commission breaks European law - shock!
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 2:35 pm 
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I am shocked, I tell you, shocked. I hear from Anthony Coughlan of The National Platform that the European Commission has, in defiance of European legislation, which makes the ratification of a treaty a purely national matter, intervened in the Irish campaign.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 3:07 pm 

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in defiance of European legislation


So, can we sue them ?


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 4:30 pm 
I wouldn't bet your frigging life on it.

"This is the car at the edge of the road,
Theres nothing disturbed, all the windows are closed,
I guess you were right, when we talked in the heat,
Theres no room for the weak, no room for the weak,

Where will it end? where will it end?
Where will it end? where will it end? "


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 Post subject: Re: Commission breaks European law - shock!
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 4:50 pm 
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In this case, as the State representative is in fact the Demos of Ireland, then surely actions and incorrect statements by the European Union Commission can be deemed as coercion.

Article 51:- Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties - Coercion of a representative of a State

The expression of a State's consent to be bound by a treaty which has been procured by the coercion of its representative through acts or threats directed against him shall be without any legal effect.


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In this case, as the State representative is in fact the Demos of Ireland, then surely actions and incorrect statements by the European Union Commission can be deemed as coercion.

Article 51:- Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties - Coercion of a representative of a State

The expression of a State's consent to be bound by a treaty which has been procured by the coercion of its representative through acts or threats directed against him shall be without any legal effect.


NICE! Very nice!

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 5:54 pm 
It's enough to make the blood boil. We must all go to Brussels and smash that place to pieces in a beautiful orgy of redemptive violence.


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 Post subject: Re: Commission breaks European law - shock!
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 10:26 pm 
Do a proper job. Contract a major civil engineering company. Contract is:

Smash ALL it's buildings into fine gravel, wherever in Europe they are. Transport to Brussels where necessary. The lot - stone, glass, metal, plastics. Mix it in a great big pile, then, divide it into one pile each for each country. Then each country in its capital city create a national monument that consists of just a huge heap of gravel. Identical monument in each country. Maybe an extra-large pile for Brussells.

A warning to the Euro-ambitious of the future ...


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 Post subject: Re: Commission breaks European law - shock!
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 11:50 pm 
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Morgan wrote:
Do a proper job. Contract a major civil engineering company. Contract is:

Smash ALL it's buildings into fine gravel, wherever in Europe they are. Transport to Brussels where necessary. The lot - stone, glass, metal, plastics. Mix it in a great big pile, then, divide it into one pile each for each country. Then each country in its capital city create a national monument that consists of just a huge heap of gravel. Identical monument in each country. Maybe an extra-large pile for Brussells.

A warning to the Euro-ambitious of the future ...


We already posted the solution ...

http://eureferendum.blogspot.com/2008/0 ... -year.html ... click the pic

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 29, 2009 12:43 am 
Whilst I completely support the idea of blowing it up, in the real word the project moves on. I suppose there is not much we can do in reality but cry out in despair.


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Whilst I completely support the idea of blowing it up, in the real word the project moves on. I suppose there is not much we can do in reality but cry out in despair.


What has been achieved, over term, is a wider recognition of the nature of the EU - with many more people very suspicious about the "project". It has not yet reached critical mass, but we are closer.

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It has not yet reached critical mass, but we are closer.


The Green Tosser if he wins, is already under huge suspicion and as he has to enact the EU's never ending idiocy, he will very quickly lose what little popularity he has. That will leave the field open to minor parties, who are all Anti, so the Tory's will have a simple choice, be blown away, or dump the Tosser and elect Hannan. Either way, we get out.


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It also emerged yesterday that the European Commission had paid €150,000 for the insertion of a guide to the Lisbon Treaty in Irish Sunday newspapers. The commission said the 16-page guide to the treaty was not specifically targeted at Ireland but was produced for the citizens of all 27 member states. “In fact, the guide makes no specific reference to Ireland at all – other than to note the result of the first referendum and the date of the second referendum,” said a commission spokeswoman.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/frontpage/2009/0929/1224255444261.html


As well as what might be termed coercion, we now have the commission lying about the propaganda document itself.

If you look at page 27, the EU addresses given relate only to Ireland, GB and the US. There is absolutely no way this document was intended "for the citizens of all 27 member states"

http://ec.europa.eu/ireland/lisbon_treaty/downloads/your_guide_to_the_lisbon_treaty1.pdf


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 29, 2009 11:27 pm 
This is a piece of very nasty conduct by the EUrocrats and their lackeys. Is it not time that we who oppose this creeping dictatorship became equally nasty? The Establishment says that the BNP is a nasty party - good! I don't believe that they are but I want them to be nasty because only by being nasty can we save ourselves. Let's face it: we had to be nasty as of May 1940 to May 1945 in order to save ourselves, and we were. Let's be nasty again.


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