- Nov 25, 2008
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- British Turk
- Political Leaning
A refreshing yet old reminder about the responsibility of British politicians to keep power in Parliament and away from foreign courts.
This country is British, and its the duty of our government to keep it that way, to ensure we strictly lay out the terms to Europe about where the boundaries of integration begins, and where it ends. It does not end in Brussels, or Lisbon, or Berlin. It ends with us.
Our currency, courts and our Parliament, there ability to decide the future legal course of Britain and there ability to make decisions that affect British people are key expressions of sovereignty. This need and want to reserve this country for its people rather than foreign rulers derives from a a responsible and bi-partisan respect for our country, its unique history and its borders.
And regardless of our views on the Conservative party, we can expect to see a more responsible approach to the ever expanding European Union and there "unelected" treaties, something unfounded in the leftist Labour party.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the Marxist roots of the Miliband family is still firmly in place. The blair-brown era is not a closed chapter of New Labour. The opposition Labour is a younger continuation of its former self, its former self that insisted on dealing with Europe on an open arms bases, with or without the consent or want of the people. It is a labour that continues to ignore the deficit and the need for more cuts and more accountability. It is time we take Britain away from the self destructive left and find a common center ground under this coalition government.