by John Galt
February 28, 2012 19:00 ET
Can I get an “Oops” and an “AMEN” from the audience please?
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard has elected to defy the powers that be in the European Union again and post an inflammatory but accurate commentary in tonight’s U.K. Telegraph (Click on the title above to read it in full) about what happens when representative democracy meets the agenda of the banksters who wish to enslave populations without proper representation.
All three major parties back the treaty but analysts say there is a high risk of rejection by angry voters in the current fractious mood. The compact gives the EU intrusive powers to police the budgets of debtor states, and has been denounced as feudal bondage by Sinn Fein and Ireland’s vociferous eurosceptics. The Irish voted “No” to both the Nice and Lisbon treaties before being made to vote again. Dublin has ruled out a second vote this time.
The Taoiseach’s announcement sent the euro into sharp dive against the dollar, though it rebounded later. Europe’s leaders thought they had tweaked the wording of the text just enough to avoid an Irish vote.
Ireland cannot stop the process since a quorum of 12 states brings the treaty into force, but it would be politically untenable to create a new eurozone structure that left one member in limbo.
In other words the political elites sniff the building resentment and rebellion growing on the Emerald Isle and wish to prevent their arses from being tossed out and a resurgent Sein Finn from taking over the nation. The consequences of not allowing this referendum are far worse than the gamble taken by the vote as the remnants of the Irish Republican Army and its modern political arm seizing power and going “Iceland” on the banksters of London and Berlin.
Stay tuned as this vote nears, the rhetoric and problems in this nation will be the true reflection of what happens within the PIIGS nations and European Union, not the sheeple like action of Greece and its sellout politicians.