I am Half way through watching and have been hit about the face by the hand of tyranny (at 28:49):
“So the question was that British are frustrated by this laws coming from European Union, but why don’t you look in another way: that you have actually the power to influence the laws for five hundred and seven million people. If you go then you can’t. You can’t influence processes any more, so it is more that you have more power over European processes while your in. When your out then okay”.
This black hearted women, who is apparently an MEP and therefore unknown to any normal person, is so corrupted by the power of the EU that she believes we will think our loss of sovereignty is swell and good as we get to play a part in taking the sovereignty of others.
But I, like all non-megalomaniacs, have no interest in wielding power over five hundred and seven million people. I am happy for the Germans to go along being Germans, the French being French and the Poles being Poles without any interference from myself or anyone else in Britain.
Oh, but it does not end there. Stumbling from this first jab we now get the right cross from the next MEP, speaking seconds later, who thinks of the EU as a family and Britain as the family trouble maker and moaner that to be ‘given a lesson’. No further comments are needed on this noxious notion.
So, between the two of them we have another good reason, on top of the many others we are all familiar with, to leave: the sickening corruption of those within the power structures of the EU. They are so far gone in their madness that they cannot even see that the arguments they make against charges of power lust and elitist usurpation of sovereignty are themselves full admissions to all the charges put against them. They are the rapist claiming innocence by asserting the women’s screams of ‘no, were really a yes’.
Anyway, sorry for ranting on your blog and thank you for posting this interesting video.
Yes, I was quite struck by those words as well. I thought “We, may God have mercy on us, used to make laws for a quarter of the human race. It’s not what its cracked up to be. You cannot love your neighbour unless you let him be your neighbour.” It reminded me of the Queen’s words in the USA in 1976:
“We lost the American colonies because we lacked that statesmanship to know the right time, and the manner of yielding, what is impossible to keep. But the lesson was learnt. In the next century and a half we kept more closely to the principles of Magna Carta which have been the common heritage of both our countries. We learnt to respect the right of others to govern themselves in their own ways. This was the outcome of experience learned the hard way in 1776. Without that great act in the cause of liberty performed in Independence Hall two hundred years ago, we could never have transformed an Empire into a Commonwealth.”
Perhaps it is just that we have had to suffer the humiliation of voluntarily subjecting ourselves to the European empire of mediocrity, but we have, I pray, learned our lesson. Let us be slaves no longer.