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Cameron's Conservatives Flirt With EU hard-right to Block UKIP's EU Funding
Breitbart London ^
| 28 May 2014
| M.E. Synon
Posted on 05/30/2014 10:28:48 PM PDT by JSDude1
Conservative Party Leader David Cameron is trying to sabotage UKIPs influence at the European Parliament, just days after trying to appear sympathetic to euroscepticism by telling the British people that their message at the polls was received and understood.
Instead of accepting UKIP's victory, Cameron has started a drive to cut off the legs of the peoples army in Brussels and Strasbourg. He has assigned Conservative Party fixers to do deals with hard-right and populist parties which, until now, the Conservatives claimed were unacceptable.
The Tories are trying to stop Nigel Farage from forming a political group in the parliament by poaching UKIPs longstanding allies; eurosceptic parties from Finland and Denmark.
This would leave UKIP MEPs mute and powerless in an assembly which demands that parties form an alliance with members from at least six other countries before they can sit on a committee or receive funding.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Government; Politics/Elections; United Kingdom
KEYWORDS: cameron; davidcameron; eu; europarl; eussr; farage; liberalconservative; ukip
Traitors (that's what I'd feel if I were British); Cameron is beyond disgusting!!
posted on 05/30/2014 10:28:48 PM PDT
posted on 05/30/2014 10:32:40 PM PDT
an assembly which demands that parties form an alliance with members from at least six other countries before they can sit on a committee or receive funding.
What kind of idiots would sign an agreement like this is the first place, or vote for politicians that would?
posted on 05/30/2014 10:37:11 PM PDT
It would be funny seeing David Cameron sitting between Gabor Vona and Nikos Michaloliakos. One of these things is not like the other one.
posted on 05/30/2014 10:37:17 PM PDT
Their establishment, just like ours, doesn’t care what the people want. Votes don’t matter...
Soon, it may be time for pitchforks.
posted on 05/30/2014 10:37:31 PM PDT
telling the British people that their message at the polls was received and understood.
Man, politicians over there are just like politicians here, smile all the while they are lying to you.
posted on 05/30/2014 10:39:20 PM PDT
(I'll take a bad dog over a good politician any day!)
Farage needs to stand strong. The British public is finally starting to wake up....somewhat.
Do you think you could explain this to someone in the Colonies that is going 'Huh?'
Other than you have slimy politicians on your side of the salty puddle too.
posted on 05/30/2014 11:07:54 PM PDT
(John 14:6 is a non-pluralistic comment.)
Looks like the faux Conservative establishment does not like actual conservatives... it has a familiar ring.
Sounds like what McConnell was trying to do to TEA party candidates
posted on 05/31/2014 12:24:38 AM PDT
(Vote for Conservatives not for Republicans)
Wow, Cameron is like the GOPe! This is their tactics when Conservatives gain momentum.
posted on 05/31/2014 1:00:10 AM PDT
What does a foreign power think when they see a political party tossing its own country aside?
posted on 05/31/2014 1:16:32 AM PDT
(We had a good run. Coulda been great still.)
It's quite simple....Cameronovitch is a Stateist Pig.
Der Baueren must not have their vay viz die Vernichtung auf die vierzehn Reich!
There is a classic picture on a UKiP poster that says it all in one go: "Out of touch toff!" ,without a word being printed.
A Great Evil is abroad in these Lands....
No doubt the Thought Police are printing this off for my file as you read this.
posted on 05/31/2014 2:03:54 AM PDT
(the truth will out ,one day. UKiP or Tea Party on.)
Cameron thinks like the GOPe in this country. Do-nothing pols don’t want anyone to rock the boat...though the boat is sinking.
posted on 05/31/2014 2:56:06 AM PDT
by sheik yerbouty
( Make America and the world a jihad free zone!)
Cameron may win this battle but lose the war in the next UK Parliamentary election. How many seats will this cost the Tories? I doubt the UKIP will get the Prime Minister's seat without an absolute majority, because a good showing will force the other three parties to make a coalition government so the establishment can keep power against the people.
posted on 05/31/2014 6:15:43 AM PDT
(Republican amnesty supporters don't care whether their own homes are called mansions or haciendas.)
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