Skip to comments.Cameron: “We have opportunities to maximize what we want from Europe”
Posted on 12/15/2012 6:05:09 PM PST by Olog-hai
Britain must use the upheaval created by the eurozone crisis to forge a new relationship with the European Union, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday as he fights a rising anti-EU mood at home that could threaten his chances of re-election.
Speaking at the end of a summit of EU leaders that secured the first part of a banking union, Cameron played down fears Britains future lies on the margins of a two-tier Europe, while eurozone members build an ever-stronger core.
I dont think Britain is in an uncomfortable position at all, he told a news conference in Brussels at the end of the two-day summit. Were in a position where we have opportunities to maximize what we want from our relationship.
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Cameron is like a retard thinking he’ll out fox the Soviet communist party. That is what the EU is and there will be no “dealing” for Britian once they surrender to the planned rule of the EU.
He’s either stupid or evil. Which?
Id like to err on the side of his being stupid
Not so much now. To down Marxist culture...Marxist system.
That was supposed to be “top down.” Sorry.
He’s out for a seat in Brussels. I don’t believe he’s working Britain’s benefit.
I agree with your analysis. He’s a self intersted, globalist pervert, in my opinion. He posed as a “conservative”. He’s your Rino.
You have not anchored Germany to Europe; you have anchored Europe to a newly-dominant unified Germany. In the end, my friends, you will find that it will not work.To see the squirming and equivocation caused by the EU just makes you shake your head.
...as he fights a rising anti-EU mood at home that could threaten his chances of re-election... Cameron played down fears Britain's future lies on the margins of a two-tier Europe, while eurozone members build an ever-stronger core.
‘Hes out for a seat in Brussels.’
What sort of ‘seat’, other than that which he occupies already, did you have in mind?
I have no particular seat in mind.
My point was that he’s out to enrich himself, through the Euro. He’s not pushing for Britain to be part of the Euro because he honestly thinks that Britain will prosper by losing its ability to make its own economic decisions.