Monday, 16 March 2009

Apparatchik Looters Deny G20 Failure

Jose Manuel Barroso is a civil servant. He is not the President of the European Union and he is the leader of nothing whatsoever. Gordon Brown is the unelected leader of the British Labour Party (as they style themselves) and it is our democratic misfortune that he is thus ex officio the unelected Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

This pair of poseurs have improperly used Downing Street as an unofficial backdrop to misrepresent and recast the failure of last week's G20 meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bankers that had been intended by New Labour to establish the G20 as global governance in embryo, and lay the ground for a triumphant declaration of global responses to a global crisis when in truth what is at stake is Brown's wasteland United Kingdom economy.

It is noteworthy that while the President of the European Union
The President of the European Union Professor Vaclav Klaus

warns in an Address to the European Parliament, that current EU practices smack of communist times when the Soviet Union controlled much of eastern Europe, including the Czech Republic and when dissent or even discussions were not tolerated,

“Not so long ago, in our part of Europe we lived in a political system that permitted no alternatives and therefore also no parliamentary opposition,” said President Klaus. “We learned the bitter lesson that with no opposition, there is no freedom.”

the senior apparatchik of the EU and the senior apparatchik of the Labour party are denying the opposition by all and every member of the G20 to the imposition of reckless deficit financing and inadequate controls of financial regulation that enables the looting of the state by undemocratic rogue administrations.


it's either banned or compulsory said...

Professor Vaclav Klaus is a very brave man who should join the not going for lonely walks crowd.

Odin's Raven said...

They'll all be fine, troughing their way around an international circuit, whilst the rest of us face food shortages, if this is right:

It works for Mugabe, it'll work for Brown, Barroso etc.