Saturday, 20 November 2010

Hague "Hopes That The Euro Survives"

An odd statement for one who the media laud as a 'Eurosceptic', but not when considering the fact he has obviously had his '30 pieces of silver' - as I hinted in that post.
"But the fact is that it exists and a very serious problem in the eurozone affects our economy, the jobs and the businesses in our country."
Only because we are 'tied' to Europe by membership of the EU - and Hague seems to have forgotten that 'Europe' is but part of the world!

I still maintain that we are being 'softened-up' for something very, very nasty! 


Update: Just noticed this post by James Kirkup, who comments from a typical 'Conservative supporting newspaper Europhile position'. Kirkup notes that Hague was openly speculating about the future of the euro. He wasn't - he was asked a question and answered it. It is not odd that Hague wants to save the euro or that it is an odd way to go about it - of course Hague wants to save the euro as he has to obey His Masters Voice and thus do his bidding!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lets stop doubting, and say it with conviction:

There are NO Tory Eurosceptics.

The only thing that Tories are is two types of Euroslime; conscious or unwitting collaborators. Let's get the word out. They need to understand that the end of a length of rope is waiting for them.

Witterings From Witney said...

Anonymous: You may well be right when you say there are no Tory Eurosceptics.

I did have hopes of Carswell, but........and as for Cash, well he most definitely has short-changed us!

Anonymous said...

Mate, I am right. The doubt that some of us feel about the Tory's collective motive is all part of the reality they present to us; we are supposed to feel it; it is designed to wrong foot us.

We need to reject it. Let's state a simple truth. The reason that individual Tories don't DO anything that will derail the invasion is because they are collaborating in it. Will we be thought ridiculous? Maybe at first. But that's to be expected as a natural stage of denial. After the laughter comes the anger, and that's what we need to tap in to.

Witterings From Witney said...

Anonymoous: I concur, honest - the Tory party is no more eurosceptic than I am a Socialist or DimLib!

Anonymous said...

I could not agree more. There is no longer a "conservative party", there are three socialist, EU parties with the same agenda. Hague wants the EUro, it is probably what he gets paid in. Face it, as "foreign secretary" he is responsible to the EU external affairs office led by the less than well known Ashton, a totally unaccomplished woman in every way.

Derek