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EU to ‘postpone’ 2014 elections?

Friday, November 1, 2013 22:48
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Signs of increasing nervousness are emerging from Brussels at the potential results of the 2014 Euro elections. Not only UKIP’s success in the UK, but France’s FN, 5* in Italy and a host of other Euphobic parties look set to win  a record number of seats in the European Parliament, unseating scores of purple-veined old troughers whose votes for ‘ever greater union’ could previously be taken for granted.

EU unelected officials including Herman Von Rumpy and Manual Barolo are under pressure from MEPs who face losing their seats, livelihoods, £100k a year expenses and 20-hour week part time job and face a return to ordinary life to cancel or postpone the election. A Euro crisis may be manufactured early in 2014 to give Brussels the excuse to keep the existing European Parliament indefinitely.

Nonentity Italian puppet PM Henrico Letter warned Europe’s left-wing press yesterday that Europe ‘is facing a struggle between populist democratic legitimacy and the continued beneficent rule of unelected officials’ and that unless action was taken to protect the unelected officials against democratic populism Europe risked becoming a total democracy. ‘Allowing ordinary people to vote freely is not in their own interest’, Snr Letter said.


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