European Union

The Cameron Deception: Associate Membership” of The EU

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There are many aspects of the EU’s future plans that are not being honestly discussed with the British public, certainly not from Cameron’s government or his phony Controlled-Opposition ‘Leave campaign’.

They stuck in the two people who the general public and the swing voters (disgruntled Labour, the young) – would LEAST identify with: bloviating Boris Johnson and Thunderbirds puppet Michael Gove, whilst freezing out the best speaker / debater Nigel Farage. How are the young ever going to identify with a brash Toff like Johnson, or the charisma-bypass Gove?  The tactic SHOULD have been to be headed by a top person from Labour, UKIP and Conservative parties (for example) – to signal this should not be a tribal party issue. Instead, they turn it into the ‘posh Tory roadshow’.

For the record, I quite like both, but I am highly suspicious of how the Establishment ‘Leave’ campaign has been set up and the narrative they are pursuing.

This is known as the Hegelian Dialectic. By controlling BOTH ends of the Brexit debate, they can steer it in the direction they want, and echo back via the controlled media.  So they have not concentrated on the issue that is the be-all and end-all: IMMIGRATION.

Instead, they get a media circus about trade and economics, travel, bloody mobile tariffs (!), and make it a personality battle between Cameron and Johnson over future party leadership.

This is tantamount to GASLIGHTING the public.

gaslight.jpgThe psychological term “Gaslighting” comes from a 1944 Hollywood classic movie called Gaslight. Gaslighting describes the abuse employed by a narcissist to instil in their victim’s mind, an extreme anxiety and confusion to the extent where they no longer have faith in their own powers of logic, reason and judgement. These gaslighting techniques were adopted by central intelligence agencies in the US and Europe as part of their psychological warfare methods, used primarily during torture or interrogation.

Gaslighting as an abuser’s modus operandi, involves, specifically, the withholding of factual information and its replacement with false or fictional information designed to confuse and disorientate. This subtle and Machiavellian process eventually undermines the mental stability of its victims reducing them to such a depth of insecurity and identity crisis that they become entirely dependent upon their abuser for their sense of reality and even identity.

Gaslighting involves a step by step psychological process to manipulate and destabilize its victim. It is built up over time and consists of repetitive information feeds that enter the victim’s subconscious over a period of time, until it is fully registered on the subconscious “hard disk” and cannot be overridden by the conscious floppy disk.

Put more simply, it is brainwashing.

“Overall, the main reason for gaslighting is to create a dynamic where the abuser has complete control over their victim so that they are so weak that they are very easy to manipulate.” ~ Alex Myles

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The real debate should be about:

  1. What is the EU and where is it going?
  2. What are the EU’s plans and what does that mean for democratic process, transparency and British sovereignty?
  3. What about the concentrating proportionately on the issue that DWARFS all others – in consistent polls – which is immigration? What are the pros and cons on Remain and Leave in terms of reacting to changing immigration based on need at a local (ie British) level? How does immigration affect all other issues?

In this abusive battered-wife relationship with the EU, our sense of reality is distorted by the media, and the masses are confused and angry about what to do. There is allegedly up to 30% of the electorate who are still undecided, yet immigration is THEIR biggest concern. Still, it receives far less real discussion and facts than it warrants, because we are being gaslighted with all sorts of other issues, psychodramas, personality cult discussions, etc. Other issues are given inflated news coverage, or exaggerated importance, and of course the entire Left tries to conflate discussion of immigration as only something the XenophobicRacistBigots care about.

Instead, they try to use ‘relativism’ arguments about past immigrant waves, about how we would be hypocrits because Brits retire to Spain, or ’emotionalising’ based on ‘responsibility’ for the refugees (meanwhile, steadfastly ignoring basic facts like 80% of them being men, and less than 20% being actual refugees in any legal sense of the word, and even then most are blagging it with fake paperwork, and have spurned 7 safe countries on the way).  we have guilt-tripping about economic collapse, fall of the Euro, house price collapse leading to repossessions, collapse of the EU, even World War 3!  Finally they are using naked ‘threats’ of coercion, to bully us into remaining.

Relativist dishonest arguments. Emotional blackmail. Shaming. Guilt tripping. Fear. Bullying.

Gaslighting.  

The entire Brexit debate has been utterly dishonest and manipulated.

And this has been enabled by the Establishment Tory traitors like Liberal Globalist Cameron, and Bilderberg Osbourne – cleverly setting up a Dialectic where they control both ends of the debate and can therefore direct and mislead the public discourse.

Its all done as a massive psy-op to distract and confuse, and hope that ‘confusion’ and ‘fear’ will trigger an emotional response, which will be to opt for the perceived ‘status quo’ choice: REMAIN.  Meanwhile, choosing Brexit is somehow framed as being the end of the world, and a terrible risk – for the 5th largest economy in the world!

In reality, even this is a deception, because we know the EU is heading in a vastly different, and accelerating direction, to what we are being told publicly. It only takes a modicum of research to confirm this as indisputable fact.  A snapshot 10 years from now, would show a UK within the EU would be in a vastly different position to today, than a UK who chose to become independent and regain her sovereignty.

And the media dish it out. And the public lap it up. And the political traitors laugh all the way to their seat at the Top Table of the New World Order as their reward for Job Well Done.

Bit of a rant today. Here is the article I promised!


The Cameron Deception: Associate Membership” of The EU


By Ben Kelly, Conservatives For Liberty

I can see clearly now how the EU referendum will be won by the Europhiles, how the great deception will unfold and how, ultimately, those of us who passionately believe that the United Kingdom should be an independent nation state will be betrayed. Not betrayed by the government, nor the EU, nor anyone else who wishes the UK to remain a vassal state – their intentions are clear – but betrayed by those who purport to be our allies.

For those who take more than a passing interest, it cannot have escaped their notice that talk of a major restructuring of the European Union is increasing in volume and frequency. The creation of a monetary union was always a precursor to a political union, for one would inevitably have to follow the other. Now the Eurozone is locked together and the financial crisis has provided the necessary incentive to push on to the next stage of the project.

Plans are already in place to deepen the integration of the Eurozone. This will redefine the EU as two blocks; the Eurozone alongside nine non-euro states. This new structure will be put in place ostensibly to prevent the states not in the eurozone being dominated by those that are. Though the significant implications for the non-eurozone members of what is, quite clearly, a two-tier structure are obvious.

For those that care to look, the writing is on the wall.

The foundations are in place for David Cameron and George Osborne to deceive the British people into believing that this new two-tier structure – that will see Britain become part of the second tier in what will be spun as “associate membership”, the “British model” or some such bilge – is their own idea and victory when in-fact it has been part of a draft EU treaty since October 2013.

It will sold to us as a new looser deal for Britain who will then “lead” an outer rung outside the inner core of the Eurozone.

George Osborne floated the idea of the two tier membership in the New Statesman in September. In his proposal the majority of the EU ‘would be rapidly integrating to try to make the single currency work’ while the other group – including Britain – who do not want to be part of the “ever closer union” and do not intend to adopt the Euro, would comprise the second tier.

This two tier EU, the “British model” of associate membership has been discussed in the tabloids several times since. It is almost universally misunderstood by so-called sceptics and deliberately spun as a positive “new” development by europhiles and closet europhiles,

Our chief negotiator George Osborne – admirer of Blair and bosom buddy of Mandelson – is spinning this as something new, as if it was his very own brainchild. Yet this upcoming restructuring was already presented in the Spinelli Group, Berteslmann Stiftung draft treaty “Fundamental Law” of 2013, the implementation of which is absolutely necessary to resolve the prolonged Eurozone crisis. It has been discussed long before by zealous federalists such as Jacques Delors and Giscard d’Estaing, is isn’t new or original.

The new arrangement will have the double advantage for the EU of sealing the integration of the eurozone and resolving the longstanding issues with Britain and other non-eurozone members.

Andrew Duff, the former MEP and committed federalist Liberal Democrat, has been advocating the “associate membership” strategy for resolving the “British problem” for some time, proposing it originally in 2006 as a means of reviving the EU constitution (eventually re-invented as the “Lisbon Treaty”). The “British problem” being that the public is sceptical about the EU and there is a pressing need to prevent Britain from stalling or vetoing deeper integration. This means, according to Duff:

‘… that the UK is headed directly either for complete withdrawal from the EU or, more likely, for a formal second-class associate membership based essentially on those aspects of the single market which the British find palatable and its erstwhile partners tolerable.’

It should be noted that Andrew Duff, aside from being a former MEP, was a Visiting Fellow at the European Policy Centre and President of the Union of European Federalists. It is beyond dispute that he is a well-connected EU insider who knows what is really going on in Brussels. It is interesting to note, therefore, his recent comments on the phantom “re-negotiation”

‘…he and his team are going about Europe talking of ‘baskets’ of issues such as transparency, vetoes for national parliaments and reserve powers for non-eurozone states to block the eurozone majority: no texts have yet been tabled. The result is that nobody quite knows what the British are doing. London’s vague and often conflicting messages are mystifying. […] At the EU institutions, indeed, other important matters are more pressing than Brexit.’

Those in the know can understand this. Not only is the “re-negotiation” merely political theatre, the Brexit debacle is relatively unimportant to the EU, both because they know that David Cameron is not in any way serious, and because plans are already afoot to implement a new treaty regardless of what Britain does.

Cameron has tried and failed in a several other deceptive strategies, now he has rested upon piggybacking on the upcoming treaty and his EU allies will gladly play along.

So he has now has laid out his four “demands” to the EU, and will urge us to measure his “re-negotiation” against them:

Forcing Brussels to make “an explicit statement” that Britain will be kept out of any move towards a European superstate. This will require an exemption for the UK from the EU’s founding principle of “ever closer union”.

An “explicit statement” that the euro is not the official currency of the EU, making clear that Europe is a “multi-currency” union. Ministers want this declaration in order to protect the status of the pound sterling as a legitimate currency that will always exist.

A new “red card” system to bring power back from Brussels to Britain. This would give groups of national parliaments the power to stop unwanted directives being handed down and to scrap existing EU laws.

A new structure for the EU itself. The block of 28 nations must be reorganised to prevent the nine countries that are not in the eurozone being dominated by the 19 member states that are, with particular protections for the City of London.

Then the absurd pretence that this represents a significant, fundamental change that he and his chief negotiator Osborne have achieved will come in to play. This despite the fact that Juncker will issue a white paper in 2017 and a new treaty along the lines of the 2013 draft will be implemented.

Thereby a situation in which Britain is locked in a two tier union as a second class member with less influence, the status-quo but worse, will be heralded as a great victory.

Most essential of all for the government’s credibility is that the myth is hammered home that this new status was a result of prolonged hard line negotiations in which the British bulldog prised a new deal from the reluctant hands of the EU, who created a “British model” to appease us. This is, of course, absolute garbage.

This is pure theatre, an elaborate pretence designed to fool the uncertain swing voters that will win the referendum either way, and convince a clueless, weather vane media that he is striving to win a new relationship and delivering it successfully.

The truth is there is no “re-negotiation”. None. There are no negotiations going on, there is no sitting around a table, it is not happening. As a “senior source in Berlin” said; ‘there haven’t been any negotiations’, thus there was ‘nothing to talk about’ regarding the British question during the recent meeting of the European Council.

There are no negotiations taking place because the changes that Cameron allegedly seeks require treaty change, and his EU colleagues will not begin treaty talks and rush through implementation simply to meet the needs of the British prime minister.

There are no negotiations taking place because the EU is not interested in Cameron’s proposals or ideas, hence why there is no one around the table. The new EU treaty has been set in motion for some time, and the PM’s “demands” are irrelevant.

The Five Presidents Report and the Bertelsmann Fundamental Law began a process that now cannot be stopped.

The political risk is huge, but this is the opportunity to complete integration and create the supranational government. The treaty will go ahead because there are no options left, with the process likely beginning in 2018.

It will be sold to member states as improving the democracy and stabilising the economy of the eurozone. The outer fringe, with their sceptical electorates, will be offered (what is in reality) a formalisation of the status quo as “associate membership” (or whatever label they attach to it) and Cameron will then have all he needs to complete his political ploy.

There are no negotiations because the outcome of this act of political theatre has been decided for some time, the great deception is already in play. Osborne and Cameron will go through the ridiculous charade of demanding “associate membership” or the “British model” and their EU colleagues will play along and agree to their “demands”.

They will then return declaring a great victory for Britain and ask the public to endorse it in the referendum and give them a mandate to create our “new deal” in a “reformed EU”, which may very well include promises of minor concessions of reduced contributions and some leeway on the “four demands”.

On the surface, this two tier structure will seem enticing, in reality not only will we retain all the major disadvantages we currently suffer – from our trade policy being an ‘exclusive policy of the EU’, to the union’s redundancy in a globalised world, to its essentially anti-democratic nature – but once the eurozone integrates further we will be truly isolated within the union as a second class member.

This new “associate membership” or “British model” will be discussed and pushed from now until 2017, this has already begun in articles propping up simultaneously in the tabloids, do look out for it.

Cameron and Osborne will wait for the hapless leave campaigners to burn themselves out as they peak far too early and churn out the same old tired and unconvincing arguments.

They are preparing to make the move that they think will win the referendum and give Osborne an easy coronation as PM.

Colluding in the great deception will be much of the media; a great many sympathetic journalists will dissemble and simulate in choreographed dishonesty, working in tandem with politicians to confuse the issues in the run up to the final act.

Suddenly you will find many former “eurosceptics” turning as they become apparently enamoured and convinced by the government’s great “victory”, including – I contend – several prominent figures you would never have expected to endorse “remain”, and certainly a great number of Conservative MP’s and Ministers who have formerly expressed scepticism.

Their strategy is in place and their operation and resources are absolutely formidable, but their offering is phoney and weak and they rely heavily on ignorance. If you believe in an agile, independent, free-trading Britain leading confidently in a globalised world and want to win the referendum – then you must know the strategy of your enemy, seek to discredit it and spread the word.

8 thoughts on “The Cameron Deception: Associate Membership” of The EU

  1. Whilst this make a good deal of sense, the big problem we have is getting it across to Joe Public.Most will go over the average Coronation Street watcher’s head.

    Were a simplified version produced we then have the difficulty of getting it into the public domain. The MSM will not be interested and, despite repeated efforts on my my part, trying to get even intelligent people to take time even to listen to this kind of information is an uphill struggle. Very frustrating.

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    • i get the point. This will be over a lot of peoples head. But this blog is a brain dump for me, its my thoughts. I’d blog 80% less if i tried to write everything in simplistic, appeal-to-al fashion. I wish i had the talent. I rarely even proofread or 2nd draft my blogs – i just dump it out there and hope for the best.

      It is a conundrum. All we can do is our individual best. Still think they are going to rob it with massive fraud.

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      • This was not an adverse criticism – simply an observation about what we are all up against. I hope you read it that way 🙂

        P.S. Sadly, I feel you are right about the massive fraud.

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  2. I don’t trust Boris J one bit – he is a snake waiting to bite and change sides or undermine Vote Leave. At best he is chameleon changing his colours to suit himself.. He was on record saying that he was the most pro immigration politician in the UK.

    I want to see more of Farage because he is the best of a bad bunch while Remain are just awful.

    Is is true the Northern Ireland and Scotland are very pro EU? If so, there could be problems. If England is kept in the EU by them there will be serious trouble, but if England takes them out there will trouble.

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    • The problem with Scotland, NI, Wales as i see it – is they ave always been dominated by Leftist politics. They have always had a very ‘top heavy’ economy, with disproportianately large public sectors. In the case of NI – REALLY top heavy. There was a policy of dumping money into NI to employ lots of people in the public sector, to keep the natives happy’ as part of the peace process. The public sector is dominated by unions and of course the selfish narrative that leaving the EU will mean they are subject to justify their own need. The worshippers of state love the EU. In NI, would say its very split. Most Unionists are LEAVERs. They have fought to be part of the UK. Not the EU.

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      • Thanks for clarifying NI. Surely if most unionists are Leavers, surely NI as a whole is Leave or Leave majority. If the Republicans are INers and IN is ahead in NI, then NI is no longer unionist majority. I am confused.

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  3. Cameron routed tonight on Sky debates. Notice that most IN supporters are ethnic minorities. That is the divide we have. Let’s hope enough of us vote BREXIT.

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