The government of the United Kingdom

October 1, 2011 6 Comments
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A showdown with the EU may come sooner than we expect. The European Commission has today threatened to sue David Cameron’s government unless it starts letting EU citizens come here to claim benefits. - Fraser Nelson

Mr Cameron, you must roar Britain’s defiance at the European Union over this or the consequences for both you and the United Kingdom will be dire.

These new proposals pose a fundamental challenge to the UK’s social contract [which ] threatens to break the vital link which should exist between taxpayers and their own Government. - Iain Duncan Smith

As Prime Minister of the United Kingdom you may not accept instructions from a foreign imperium which break the contract between the government and governed. You may not accept instructions from that foreign imperium as to who may enter our home in order to force us to house, clothe, feed and support them and all their dependents for their lifetime. This is a matter for the elected government of the United Kingdom which has already made laws in this matter. You may not permit an unelected foreign imperium to countermand those laws.

If you accept this assertion of imperial power over the settled will of our Parliament and our Supreme Court you will be asserting that our constitutional democracy, our Parliament –  and our Prime Minister – are meaningless, worthless, abolished: nothing more than ‘heritage’ baubles in a new and alienating national reality.

Be in no doubt that unless you defy Brussels over this, Mr Cameron, the British people will withdraw your mandate to govern, if that indeed is what you are now doing. Do not assume that you can escape the danger of this new challenge. You cannot, and we will not forgive you if you betray us over this.

The rule of law in Britain will be a thing of the past, for rule by law means government by consent. The British people have never consented and will never bow to dictatorship by foreigners, regardless of any treaty which your predecessor of bitter memory signed against our known will. But you know this, Mr Cameron, which is why you fear to give us a referendum on Europe. But perhaps there is another way which you may find more acceptable.

Mr Cameron, when I say you must roar Britain’s defiance at the European Commission, I mean you must roar. On our behalf, as our Prime Minister. The whole country has to hear you loud and clear, whether you and you coalition friends find it politically convenient or not.

Hitherto, only about four per cent of British voters count ‘the EU’ as important when voting at a GE. This EU Commission ruling, brazenly rubbing our noses in our subservience to an unelected, foreign, de facto and de jure dictatorship on (courageous choice, Commissioner: immigration, and welfare immigration at that) a matter of over-riding importance to an already-angry British electorate, will wake up the other 96 per cent.

There is a tide in the affairs of men
Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;
Omitted, all the voyage of their life
Is bound in shallows and in miseries. 

If you act shrewdly now, Mr Cameron, you can win massive electoral support and effect a political paradigm shift.

It’s time to play hardball, Mr Cameron. Tell the Commission that the United Kingdom refuses to comply with its instructions and invite them to do their worst. Tell them this: there are some lines a Prime Minister of the United Kingdom may not cross because the people will not permit it. 

Obviously, it will be a deal-breaker for the Euromaniacs among your Liberal Democrat coalition partners. The priority of their loyalty to the European Union over any loyalty which they may feel to our country (your favourite phrase, I think?) would be on plain view if they opt for obedience to Brussels on this. if they felt strongly enough, they could take the suicide option and tear up the Coalition Agreement – which would suit the poor bloody infantry of the Conservative Party very well. I suspect they will prefer being in government to sticking to their principles.  They may cling to their chairs and defy you in the Cabinet Room, to which your response can only be that this matter a deal-breaker for a British Prime Minister. The Cable-Huhne-ites, looking at your record of… conciliation… may think you are bluffing. Whatever they decide, with the people of the United Kingdom roaring their defiance of European Union imperialism, you can call the Commission’s and the Cable-Huhne-ists’ bluff. You can call a snap election. You can ask the people, “Who governs us?”

If you do so, posing this question, millions of working class Labour voters will vote Tory. (It is not unprecedented and it matters not a jot what the Labour Party leadership says.)  What remains of the Liberal Democrat vote will evaporate. UKIP and libertarians will back you, backing freedom against the imperialism of unelected, unsackable commissars.

Call an election, Mr Cameron. Win a landslide victory of historic proportions. Free yourself of the Liberal Democrat homunculus and castrate the Labour Party. Be a Conservative Prime Minister in a Conservative government of a sovereign United Kingdom.

With an unprecedented democratic mandate you can renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the European Union to Britain’s advantage on terms acceptable to the sovereign British people.

Of course, I am assuming that you want to achieve all these things. Do you, Mr Cameron?

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6 Responses to The government of the United Kingdom

  1. cuffleyburgers
    October 1, 2011 at 8:55 am

    Save your breath Prodicus.

    Cameron is a damn’ traitor and will do nothing of the sort.

    Of course I am not in favour of violent insurrection and much less of hanging these treacherous bastards by piano wire from lampposts (the italians have such style in everything!) but the time is clearly close where anger expressed in mere words will not be enough given the utter contempt these people express towards us, their employers.

    • October 2, 2011 at 6:18 am

      I agree with cuffleyburgers, sadly. He’s not the man to overturn a cushy, pre-planned state of affairs.

  2. October 1, 2011 at 9:58 am

    I think this is a manufactured problem so that Cameron can spout off about his eurosceptic credentials at the conference.
    All they have said is that treatment must be equal – I am sure that could easily be done with minimum disruption.
    For example a 5 year proven residence or payment of tax record for everyone before any benefits can be paid would sort the majority of situations wile leaving ordinary UK recipients unaffected.

  3. west2
    October 1, 2011 at 2:31 pm

    “All they have said is that treatment must be equal – I am sure that could easily be done with minimum disruption.
    For example a 5 year proven residence or payment of tax record for everyone before any benefits can be paid would sort the majority of situations wile leaving ordinary UK recipients unaffected.”

    This would be a tightening of the rules already in place (see link to focusondisability.org.uk) wouldn’t it?

    It may still be a distraction of the straight cucumber kind though.

    “With an unprecedented democratic mandate you can renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the European Union to Britain’s advantage on terms acceptable to the sovereign British people.”

    In order to do this Britain would need to leave the EU. Is this what you are suggesting?

    • October 1, 2011 at 4:35 pm

      Perhaps…

  4. Andrew Duffin
    October 2, 2011 at 9:28 am

    Fine, stirring words – which will have no effect whatever.

    David Heath-Cameron will cave in on this, as he has done on everything before and will do on everything still to come.

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