#G367* – Marie LE PEN MEP to EU PRESIDENT – 90 Seconds EU (So Called) Parliament

Mister President,
You are currently in charge for 6 months, in this rotating and short-lived position, as President of the European Union. 
Contrary to the majority of French voters, you have revealed yourself as a zealous europeist, even daring to reintroduce under the hardly changed format of the Lisbon Treaty, the Constitution the Dutch and the French rejected in 2005. Alas, the Irish people’s will has foiled your scheme. 
Therefore, the Lisbon treaty is null and void despite all the maneuvers trying to impose upon the European peoples the will of the reigning euro-internationalist cabal. As a member of parliament, I voted in 1957 against the Treaty of Rome, the first stage of a process which would lead, according to its promoters, Monnet and Coudenhove-Kalergi among others, to the United States of Europe
Since this Tower of Babel could only be built upon the ruins of nations, first of all of France, my fatherland, I’ve been its determined adversary ever since. We are told that globalization involves fundamental changes everywhere to which we must subdue ourselves. 
But in truth, throughout the world, nations are growing stronger, supported by enthusiastic patriotisms, except within a unique area, Europe, where nations and fatherlands are sold off, dismantled, demoralized to the benefit of a project without power or identity, while foreign migratory waves gradually invade it and while the opening of our economic borders and while the opening of our economic borders surrenders it to the unrestrained competition of the rest of the world. 
The promises made to Europeans so that they’d accept to lose their independence, sovereignty, identity, and culture, all failed to be kept. Neither economic growth, full employment, prosperity, nor safety. Only anguish prevails at the dawn of the coming systemic crisis: an energy, food and financial meltdown. Meanwhile, of course, the media wheel keeps spinning. 
The European soccer tournament yesterday, the Roland Garros Tennis Open, tomorrow the Beijing Olympic Games, and today the miraculous saga of an icon: Ingrid who laughs, cries, prays, and wanders supported by your brotherly arm. In your desire… In your desire to be the libertador, you strayed into accepting negotiations with the FARC terrorists. 
But neither you nor Mr Chavez released Colombian senator Mrs Betancourt. 
It was President Uribe who, facing the mobilization of worldwide progressivism, gained a decisive victory over criminal terrorism. 
You multiplied fruitless approaches, even going so far as to invite repentant FARC communist terrorists to benefit from asylum in France, but to protect them from whom? From Uribe the democrat ? 
While you were at it, why not the Taliban, Hezbollah, or the Tamil Tigers? You are like the amphisbaena monster, dear to the poet CÈsaire. 
Without a doubt, Mr. President, your media director talents won’t be enough to avert the brewing threats you will have to face before the end of the year. 
Your Europe is a drifting vessel, windswept and beaten by the waves. 
It’s the only region in the world which deliberately dismantled its political and moral structures. Without borders, gradually invaded by a mass immigration which is just beginning, economically ruined by free-market fanaticism, socially impoverished, weakened demographically, lacking spirit and defensive strength. it will become at best an American protectorate. At worst, it will fall under the slavery of dhimmitude. 
It is long overdue to give up on the deadly illusion of federalism, and to build a Europe of nations, united in real alliances, more modest maybe, but more effective. The Constitution and the Treaty failures must be considered as warnings. 

The peoples of Europe do not want this project. They won’t allow it to be forced upon them, they don’t want to die.  

Make of Msr. Le Pen’s speech what you will – I thought it was rather good though areas of his racism I find as reprehensible as The BNP & The EFD.

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), 

Greg L-W.
for all my contact details & Blogs: CLICK HERE  

British Politicians with pens and treachery, in pursuit of their own agenda and greed, have done more damage to the liberty, freedoms, rights and democracy of the British peoples than any army in over 1,000 years.

The disastrous effects of British politicians selling Britain into the thrall of foreign rule by the EU for their own personal rewards has damaged the well-being of Britain more than the armies of Hitler and the Franco – German – Italian axis of 1939 – 1945.

Make your vote count vote:
or Write on YOUR ballot Paper 
Enhanced by Zemanta