The Curmudgeon


Thursday, May 16, 2013

Operation Chastise

Berlin has rather tactlessly chosen the anniversary of 617 Squadron's famous victory to indicate a certain lack of willingness to join the Daveyblokey-cokey over EU police and counter-terrorism powers. The Government wants to opt out of a hundred and thirty-six laws and then opt back in to the ones that will not interfere unduly with the creation of the neoliberal police state. The opt-out seems to have been the easy part, as Britain now has to renegotiate the opt-ins with the European Commission and the twenty-six lesser nations which compose the Brusso-Strasbourgian evil empire. There are already complaints from senior officials that they have no idea what the mainland wants to renegotiate; which must be one of the few things which the Eurocrats have in common with Daveybloke and his mad old cat lady. The Eurocrats also say that the Home Office has not been in contact with them for more than six months, although it is not entirely clear whether this is viewed as a matter of concern or quiet relief. Presumably, contact with the Foreign Office is out of the question on the grounds that Willem den Haag is too busy name-dropping Angelina Jolie and waiting for Shaker Aamer to die. In any case, no doubt Daveybloke and his famous diplomatic talents will soon be called upon to veto the uppity Euro-wogs and remind certain people exactly who won the war.


  • At 8:09 am , Anonymous Michael Greenwell said...

    They could get Farage to do the negotiating. I believe his holiday plans were just interrupted.

  • At 5:45 pm , Anonymous The Judge said...

    He's probably too busy planning to fly a plane into the European Commission HQ as part of his latest attempt to recreate the opening titles of "World Of Sport".


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