Monday, November 28, 2005

EU warned on 'secret CIA jails'

BBC NEWS | Europe | EU warned on 'secret CIA jails'

EU warned on 'secret CIA jails'
Prisoner at Guantanamo Bay
Reports claim al-Qaeda members are being held in clandestine jails

The European Union's top justice official has warned that any EU state found to have hosted a secret CIA jail could have its voting rights suspended.

What a bunch of maroons!

Remember the comments from yesterday's article about VPC going after the Barrett's .50BMG as the first step toward confiscation of ALL firearms?

This is the same thing.

The European Union has established itself as King SH*T on The Continent, they've got their constitution more-or-less established (all 999 pages of it, or whatever) and now they're starting to flex their muscle.

Europeans, DO pay attention to "the Man behind The Curtain".

These euro-central emperors are out to make eunuchs of you all.

This is only the first step. If they can take away your voting RIGHTS for one reason, they can take away your RIGHT to be a part of the decision-making process for ANY reason.

At that point, your 'rights' become 'privileges', which can be abrogated arbitrarily by whomever happens to be in power at the moment.

If I was a citizen of the European Union, I would be very nervous today. The gloves have come off, the EU leadership (who elected them?) have revealed that they have the power to turn YOUR state into a protectorship.

If this goes on, there will eventually be a few 'states' (France, Germany, Spain, Italy?) who are making the decisions for all of the other 21 'states' in the EU. The rest of you won't have a voice.

They will make all of the decisions for you.

In the words of almost every Infantryman in the history of the world:

"You poor bastards, you are SO F*CKED!"

The question of "Secret CIA Jails", and which countries allowed CIA planes to land on sovereign territory, are so much smoke and mirrors. The real question is who can take away your sovereign rights, and who really runs your country.

I'm sure glad I don't live in a EU member state.

I don't talk like that "in real life", I don't need to use vulgarisms here.
Although it loses a lot of impact when you replace a vowel with an asterisk, and although it doesn't change the obvious meaning, at least I can make a token gesture to clean up my act.
Sorry, it won't happen again. [He said, smothering his glee again.]

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