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Saturday, May 20, 2006

Update on Europe United

After mentioning the Federalist Europe United Party, they noticed and commented about it on their forum. I wanted to highlight this comment

We have a vision, we have a dream, we have love; they have only hatred! We are not afraid of them Exclamation Nikolas
Nikolas who is so full of love, has a website. Why say NO to Turkey. What are the odds that Nikolas is a Greek, full of love for his neighbours. I also suspect that he was the anonymous commentator bandying about the word fascist with such abandon.


Ellee Seymour said...

Did you see Turkey's entry on the Eurovision song contest last night? I believe it was a political ploy to convince us here that they are becoming a modern country. You can download her song on her website if you missed it.

Anonymous said...

This is a joke isn't it, ellee?

Or do you really believe, what you've written there?

Ellee Seymour said...

I'm not alone in thinking this, judging by a comment posted on my site.

AntiCitizenOne said...

the only way to "Unite" europe would be to conquer all the countries and tyranise all the peoples.

Why do federasts hate other countries?

Serf said...


Believe it or not, Turkey has many semi clad female singers.

Anonymous said...

The Turkish entry, like all the others ( the majority) could no differentiate herself from the rest - songs, percussion sounds, jungle beat, taslteless yelling-.
What was egregious though was the phenotype of the Turkish singer. A Nordic blonde ? An effort by the Scyzoid Turks to project themselves as more European than a European.

Ellee Seymour said...

Hi eu-serf - yes, Turkey has their belly dancers, now they do look good. I'm not against near naked dancers, it was just my reflection, partly tongue in cheek.

Ellee Seymour said...

P.S. She was no Turkish Delight!

Anonymous said...

I'd have posted this on their forum but it looks like you have to be a party member to comment.

One of their posters writes: "it is very difficult to conceptually distinguish nationalists from eurosceptics".

That's a completely untrue statement. Many individualist and libertarians who oppose a strong nation state are Eurosceptics.

Many of us want to bring government closer to the people and expand individual liberties recognise that the EU goes against that principle.

The best way to guarantee free movement of people and free trade is to not to hand power to a higher level of government but to return it to the people.

Anonymous said...

Nationalists or Euroeskeptics better get their act together. The clock is ticking fast, and intellectual twaddle about guranteeing liberty , free trade, movement of people is the very poison they nee to be alerted to.
The abuse of the above "nice to have" is the death knell. When freedom becomes a common currency for violating and disregarding traditions, laws, culture,and rule of the unruly, when freedom of movement becomes an acronym for invasion and violation of civic and national laws, when free trade becomes the monopoly of the oligarchy, the essence of all those virtues has entered its terminal stage.

The Eurocrats will sink the EU members coralled in the cattle pen deeper and deeper in the quagmire.
By the time the job is finished there is going to be left nothing of EU unity but an amorphous continental mass wracked by divisions and endless social and civil entropism.