The European Union (EU) have landed a tough imposition on the United Kingdom. After claiming that the British economy is booming and David Cameron shamelessly flaunting it to all EU members, a request was made for more finance. The EU have requested a 2.1bn [billion] euros (£1.7bn) beginning on 1 December 2014.
Many believe this was a direct measure to sting in Cameron’s tail after spurring an in/out referendum in 2017 for the UK to have a chance to leave the EU. Cameron, who is attempting to use the move to fight opposition Labour and fighting off clawing challengers with UKIP, failed to use the PR initiative constructively. Cameron is said to secretly wish to stay in the EU, but publicly used the idea to seem one step above Labour. Reneging on his policies with unfair bias in the past, Cameron is now fresh out of allies in the Tory party, the EU and in the UK with the people and indeed, FalseFabs.
Spouting the British economy is on the up, the EU wants a slice of the pie. Gluttonous pig Cameron, who has rewarded himself, own politicians and blindly spent on overseas aid on whims for PR to ‘look good’ to the world’s crises has neglected all around him with the EU and the British people. He now also claims the UK are “leading the way” on the Ebola crisis to ‘get in first’ despite others contributing well with finance and aid.
Cameron, who continues to ignore the fact that the people in Britain are poor and need support, believed he could take the wealth and spend it on his own personal interests for the country. If he put it back into helping people than segregating them into working camps, he may just have been able to bypass this issue.
Cameron’s economic plan, to force young people into unpaid work, ‘voluntary’ schemes which failed under Cameron’s own policy (because they didn’t pay and had no career prospects) has now been merged into ‘Apprenticeship schemes’ instead. The economic plan, otherwise known as ‘sit still and hope for the best and claim glory when it fixes itself’ as a home-static motion, is Cameron’s only remaining clout.
Cameron has also gone his own way with a Totalitarian motion of propaganda to introduce a “British Bill of Human Rights’ a not so cleverly spun title to remove the rights from the EU which help the people who are abused by government forces. The replacement of a government controlled state, by the Tory Reichstag, sending out the Alter Kampfers aiming to get the Great British badge, rewarded by themselves is abhorrent at best. The authoritive perils of Cameron and Co. which rip apart the country instead of banding it together, attempts to exclude opposition politicians from the former Scottish independence vote, which are mostly Labour MPs. This would give the Tory Party every chance to make biased decisions and stall any parliament from a democratic process of issuing laws for the good of the country. Cameron claims the UK is a democracy and not a dictatorship.
What he wants, he gets. Well, he has lost that imperative with the EU by charging in and bratishly demanding change when he has done nothing to support change. It is no wonder the EU are not so keen to offer newer powers as they were beforehand some two years ago, when Cameron decided to penalise the poor and demand change or threaten a walkout. Cameron’s exit plan has no weight, and his failure to negotiate “one last go” after FalseFabs set the groundwork for change is a tentative, bullish attitude having no favour. Cameron, who rejected meetings of sustainable forces to ‘do it his own way’ in a completely juvenile act of self-egotistical appraisal has damaged the core of the EU-UK alliance. Even the EU had mentioned last week that Britain was one of the strongest countries in the EU. Cameron has ruined our presence in this committee. The irony is that since the UK changed the laws to suit their needs, now they moan that the EU are doing so. Only when it suits Sir David Cameron, eh?
For the EU, they should not judge the UK on the disgraceful actions of David Cameron and Nigel Farage and continue to hold an open mind. Change is on the horizon as Cameron will be de-elected from office in May 2015 during the next General Election. Then we will likely have a politician that is agreeable to conversation, negotiation and real change in Europe, not just a PR branded spin. The EU has always had a plausible relationship with the UK and though it is annoying to hear such aggression from today’s phony parliament, who could not win a majority of the election, keeps an open mind. At May 2015 it is very likely the country will change for the better and be rid of the “Nasty Party” of rich fat cats and out of touch with society hedge funded bureaucrats.
Cameron’s failure to include the British people on his behalf and adapt a careful and mild mannered approach does not sell the UK at this time favourably. Cameron is on the verge of not only continuing the Broken Britain notion, but to completely sever ties with Europe. We cannot run away when things get tough or don’t get our own way and spit out our dummy. Politicians are there to hold diplomatic relations when not always agreeable footing is present. Cameron has never once attempted this and it is too late. The best Cameron can hope to achieve is to keep Britain in strong relations with the EU, back his personal attachment up and ‘leave off’ while remaining an open door with the EU.
For a man who comes from PR, this schmoozing of European clout is a complete Omni-shambles.
As with the penny taking from the EU, as a pro-EU supporter, this is quite aggressive and harsh. While Cameron brags of the economy booming, the UK has had no wage increases, an NHS on the verge of implosion and benefit claimants stigmatised, stained as scum and led to suicide by indirect murders Cameron and Co. Their newest plan is to launch the Aktion T4 program, to destroy the mentally ill and disabled, all the while using propaganda with Cameron’s own disabled son and deceased son as political footballs for votes to seem human. The EU needs to be seen as giving something back if it is to take from the UK. While EU members may not like this, this is not aggressive nature; it is called being a part of the union and supporting one of the biggest members of the club. Let us not forget the UK has provided millions and billions of wealth to the EU and virtually asked for nothing for years. The free movement of people has seen Britain become a safe haven for many in troubled times, one of its greatest assets of virtue. The UK is a humble country, but is no pushover. Again, never judge us on the totalitarian ethics of Cameron and his cronies. This is not the democratic UK that has always remained in the UK, and this will return shortly. We must work together to retain British values in the EU and support for others. While some enemies of the UK in the EU club are likely to neglect this, at some point it is very likely the UK will be needed for your voting privileges and to give you ‘a voice’ which the UK supports as a democratic right. It is fundamental that we, as a union, though sometimes disagreeing, stick together and communicate better with an open mind regardless of policy disinterest. One country has their rules and while we may not fully agree, we can communicate to understanding one another’s culture much better with open dialogue. The irony is that since the UK changed the laws to suit there needs, now they moan that the EU are doing so. Only when it suits Sir David Cameron, eh?