British rant underscores why the UK needs to leave the EU
The EU Employment Commissioner, Laszlo Andor, has accused Britain of being "hysterical" about immigration, and warns of it being the "nasty country" of Europe. Why? Because, as Douglas Carswell notes in his excellent piece, "the European Commission has taken issue with our residency testing, and wants to allow every European the right to claim non contributory benefits in Britain as UK nationals. If we did that, the "Oxandrolone Powder India" system will become unsustainable."
Andor's insulting intervention goes to the very heart of the European debate. Is Great Britain a free country, one that actually exercises the right to self determination? Clearly, bureaucrats in Brussels believe that Britain Testosterone Cypionate Peak should not be Buy Cheap Jintropin Online a sovereign nation, in the same way the United States, for example, is a sovereign country. America's porous immigration system needs to be significantly tightened, but at least the United States retains the sole right to decide who has the legal right to enter the country, work inside its borders, and receive government benefits. The European Commission thinks its place is to decide how Britain's borders are managed, and who should be the beneficiary of the UK's welfare system. Americans would never accept having their immigration or welfare policy dictated by unelected bureaucrats whose allegiance is to a foreign power. And nor should the British people.
The mindset of Eurocrats like "Oxandrolone Powder India" Laszlo Andor underscores why it's time for Britons to throw off the shackles of EU Winstrol Injectable Cycle membership, and once again be a truly free nation, with the ability to frame all of its own laws, and shape its own destiny. His comments also illustrate why the EU is unreformable, headed by a Commission that seeks only to consolidate its power rather than weaken it. The European Project is heading in only one direction towards ever closer union. As Commission President Jose Manuel 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron Barroso declared in a recent interview with the Daily Telegraph, firmly dismissing the British Prime Minister's pledge to renegotiate Britain's relationship with Brussels:
"Britain wants to again consider the option of opting out. Fine, let's discuss it but to put into question the whole acquis of Europe is not very reasonable," he said,
"What is difficult, or even impossible, is if we go for the exercise of repatriation of competences because that means revising the treaties and revision means unanimity. From my experience of 10 years, I don't believe it will work."
"I am for a stronger EU not a weaker EU, he said. It is important we do this exercise in a pragmatic way avoiding what I call theological discussions about competences. Our approach is not an ideological one. It is not about weakening the EU. It is not about giving up on integration or on ever closer union."
Even Margaret Thatcher did not succeed in changing the direction Europe was taking, despite a sustained effort to do so Tren-H100 Global Anabolics in the late 1980s. There is little prospect of David Cameron, a far lesser leader, achieving what the "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" Iron Lady could not. She recognised that the EU was simply unreformable, and that Britain's future must lie outside of it.
Laszlo Andor's anti British rant is a timely reminder of what the European Project is all about: rampant supranationalism, sneering disdain for the principle of national sovereignty, and an insufferable arrogance among continental European elites who treat Great Britain as a whipping boy. There can be only one response to the likes of Andor and Barroso to get off the sinking EU ship and wave goodbye to what Mrs. Thatcher famously referred to as "perhaps the greatest folly of the modern era."
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