Friday, 2 October 2009

The EU's Irish Nemesis

EU Referendum finds a 'large measure of comfort' in the prospect of an Irish 'yes' vote on the Lisbon Treaty. Because it would spell the beginning of the end for the whole dishonest enterprise.

It's certainly true that the EU has managed to be as successful as it is by virtue of its invisibility. Just think: all those people in Ireland voting on something they don't understand about a treaty they've never read, produced by an institution whose operations they never see. Once the EU makes itself visible - and all its corrupt, undemocratic ways - the clearer it becomes to everyone what's going on.

It may indeed turn out to be the overweening vanity and arrogance of the EU's politicians that kick starts the collapse. The sooner the better.

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