Who’s your Euro MP? What’s his name? don’t know? Nor do I. Yet he is the one who represents you more than your own MP in fact your MP is quite redundant these days. Indeed it is my understanding that parliament will cease to be on 5th May 2010. What happens? the EuroNazi’s make a directive saying for example “Men should be castrated after the age of 60”. This directive is then distributed to member countries, who have by law to instigate it. The government then pass it on to the police and the courts etc. Such Directives are made by civil servants as explained below. A directive is a legislative act of the European Union which requires member states to achieve a particular result without dictating the means of achieving that result. It can be distinguished from European Union regulations which are self-executing and do not require any implementing measures. Directives normally leave member states with a certain amount of leeway as to the exact rules to be adopted. Directives can be adopted by means of a variety of legislative procedures depending on its subject matter. The day finally comes when an appointment has been sent to you, for your castration. You rush round your MP’s house and bitterly complain, he may sympathize with you but there’s nothing he can do, he suggests you try your Euro MP. He tells you he has brought this problem up several times in the EuroNazi parliament, without any luck in getting it repealed. This has occured with the "police" the "courts" "Social Services"and on and on. So when you go to the divorce court it is not the British court under British law. It is a British court under Europe Law. You could spend the next 100 years fighting the British Courts, while letting EuroNasi’s off the hook. Wake up for god sake. Directive’s have been coming from Europe for several years now. When this latest deal is done and dusted the British are in for one hell
Updated 28th-February-2008 at 11:55 AM by jamescolton
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