Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Something is a float....

I have remarked before on how there is something very sinister going on in the shadows with regards to Tory EU policy. I just read a comment over on Hannan's blog which read
"We’ll find ourselves shoulder-to-shoulder in the “No” campaign when the time comes. But don’t give up on Klaus yet. As the German ambassador to London told his French counterpart in August 1914: “You have your information; we have ours”."
What information do they have which we do not? Why were all Tory MPs called by Tory HQ and told not to comment upon the Lisbon Issue (according to Gerald Warner)?

As much as it pleases me to see that the Tories at least have a Plan B despite Cameron's "one policy at a time" nonsense, I cannot help but feel that this is a just a rehash of New Labour's government. Where seemingly all decisions were taken by a small clique and 'sofa-government' was the norm with no minutes taken whatsoever. Is this the kind of government we can expect from the Tories with or without the Lisbon Treaty? Regardless of the EU this will not go down well with the electorate. We want transparency, we want democracy and we bloody well want our dignity back.

I do hope Dave obliges or he will only be a 'one-hit-wonder' Prime Minister.


GoodnightVienna said...

Their policy at the moment is shambolic so Plan B had better be good. I can see the point of not tipping their hand to the EU at the moment but they have to come clean before the GE or else they'll lose votes hand over fist to UKIP and others.

13th Spitfire said...

My thinking exactly.