Thursday, 2 July 2009

Someone Is Lying

Or not telling the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

Exhibit 1: Glenys Kinnock:

“My Lords, what we have in the guarantees will become binding in international law when the guarantees are translated into a protocol at the time of the next accession, which presumably will be when Croatia or Iceland comes in. Before that protocol can be ratified by the UK, Parliament must pass a Bill. As I said, Parliament will rightly have the final say.”

Exhibit 2: David Miliband:

"....the guarantees are legally-binding in international law… It does not require ratification in order to have legal affect.”

Actually, it does not matter who is lying as purely for their apparent hatred of their own country and its democracy, perhaps - to show no gender bias - Kinnock should follow Joan of Ark (1431) and Miliband, Nicholas Ridley (1555) - and to hell with all that pollution of the atmosphere and global warming crap.

Acks: Open Europe Press Summary & Wikipedia

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