June 27th, 2014

Juncker Celebrates

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Announced in a tweet:

Bottoms up!


229 Comments

  1. 1
    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    Awesome news.

    Any one for a swift jar of Brexit?

    Liked by 3 people

    • 4
      UKIP says:

      Splendid news.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 155

        Good. Does that mean we can leave now?

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        • 190

          Where will Herman go now Druncker is replacing him?

          Will he return to his homeland to perchance take over from David Suchet as the more elderly more doddery and certainly less intelligent version of Hercule Poirot ?

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          • The Great British Public says:

            Cameron is pathetic.

            He pretends to fight the UKs corner having agreed the entire dirty charade in advance with Merkel several months ago.

            He must either think we are bloody fools or simply not give a flying fatwah about the plebs who voted for him.

            Either way he is a liar and cannot be trusted on the EU.

            Liked by 1 person

          • José Manuel Barroso says:

            He’s replacing me numbnuts. Herman Van Rumplwink will carry on as council president…

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    • 15
      Tom Catesby. says:

      ‘Bottoms Up’. Yes that’s you Britain! Straight up your ar$e!
      Vote UKIP!!!!

      Liked by 1 person

      • 51
        We want Juncker!! says:

        Wunderbar, wunderbar! The best recruiting sergeant is in!! vote UKIP!!

        Liked by 1 person

        • 81
          Nigel thinks Juncker is an Ostrich says:

          Lhttp://youtu.be/elF6xBN_vyE

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        • 173
          Biffo says:

          Merkel & Juncker – A winning recruitment team for UKIP

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          • ich bin ein berliner! says:

            Guess what? The Germany I knew as a kid isn’t what this ex-CCCP communist likes to think it was. It’s still taking zeit for your gelb to ‘re-adjust’ for the East! Well, Frau Fickle, it’s going to take a sight longer for the rest of Eastern Europe!

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      • 130
        UKIPPER says:

        No more old bolloks about how good the EU is read this and in future ignore Cameron and his Europhile arseholes
        http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100277807/ten-myths-about-britains-relationship-with-the-eu/

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        • 167
          surlyscot says:

          The EU is the German 4th Reich, what the hell do people expect?? DEMOCRACy?? get over it – this is the future – what the freaking Krauts want will be the order of the day, time to head for the exit.

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          • LiblabconKipper says:

            Yes, british Politicians are much better! We want nothing to do with one of the most successful economies of the world.
            Bring back Imperial measurements!

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          • Anschluss NOW! says:

            Speak for yourself.
            I think GB would be better off under the GERMAN government. Get rid of most of the troughers in the HoP, they are incompetent anyway.
            In fact, substitute ALL political and upper management with Germans.
            Let’s have an Anschluss of GB to Germany!

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          • subordinate_of_deutsche says:

            @Anschluss NOW!

            On a corporate level, I work for a European energy giant and I can honestly say they have no idea. The poured hundreds of billions of german local authority money into dirty coal plants that they have now flattened without producing a single kwh of energy.

            On a political level, they dominate Europe, set the rules to suit themselves and reap thje rewards. Look at the Euro situation. Look at the nuclear situation. They close their plants because they think they are going to blow and buy in from france?

            Britain was Great when we looked towards the new world. Africa; Asia; America. We need to look to these industrialist nations for trade not socialist lazy Europe.

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          • (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

            Nick Ridley was right! The EU is a Jerry scheme to take over Europe!

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    • 20
      Stu Kerr says:

      How much does Juncker get out of the gravy train for this particular little sinecure?

      Don’t forget the expenses, in any answers, please.

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    • 43
      Weak and weedy Dave, Jean Claude Juncker's little slave, says:

      HHHHHEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLPPPPPPP!!!!!!

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    • 61
      dai troughing says:

      roll out the pork barrel

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    • 66
      M says:

      How about an online pan European referendum on the EU .
      Lets see what all the people think of their rulers

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    • 76
      táxpáyér says:

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    • 93
      Ellie-Mae (9) says:

      Come on Dave, grow some big brass ones and rip uo the Lisbon Treaty

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      • 115
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Ellie – You mean “Rip up the FAKE Lisbon Treaty” that the msm have been selling on to the public because the facts flew out of the window.

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      • 119
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Oh and by the way – Even Stuart Wheeler’s legal attempt to do over the Lisbon Treaty – was railroaded by the dirty legions of legal shysters lawyers QC’s and judges. i know i was there.

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        • 152
          The two Muppets says:

          Ukippers and the Scot Nats have a lot in common with their bile
          with anybody that disagrees with them . I had a lot of sympathy
          with the ideals of Ukip ,but I am slowly realising that I am not
          the same as them . ps. I did vote Ukip in the recent elections .

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          • The Great British Public says:

            That’s what you call a two for one GCHQ paid troll.

            Pretty weak, must be a student from a former poly with low grades who just started…. Weak…..

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          • Sam the Skull says:

            Vote UKIP, get SNP.

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    • 172
      NigelsUncle. says:

      Couldn’t happen to a nicer ‘bloke. Trebles all round – we start at 7 a m.

      Frau Merkel is sending over the champers.

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    • 191
      UKIPPER says:

      How much lower can we sink

      As Churchill said in 45 “This is our finest hour”
      He was a proper statesman, unlike the present shower
      These sycophantic Europhiles have bought us to our knees
      Now Cameron’s asks Merkle “Can we have some power please”

      I need to go back with a ruse to stem the UKIP flood
      The whole backbench will rise as one baying for my blood
      They want a referendum, not tomorrow but today
      I need to claim a victory to keep them all at bay

      We’ll fill it all with weasel words to let you off the hook
      I know it’s smoke and mirrors but its how we make it look
      You need to help me out here Boss, as PM I must stay
      If I should lose then kiss goodbye to 50 Mill a day

      This UKIP mob have pulled the rug from underneath my feet
      If I can’t claim a victory here I’m staring at defeat
      This Ferage chaps percentage vote is going through the roof
      I just don’t understand it, all he does is tell the truth

      I’ve lied and cheated schemed and stalled and gave a cast iron vow
      The cat alas is out the bag and no one trusts me now
      It’s time for you and Rumpy to step up to the plate
      With false negotiation spin before it gets too late

      Cameron is in an utter panic and will say anything in the hope it might get UKIP supporters to return. Firstly he cannot discriminate against Romanians/Bulgarians so any action he takes MUST apply to ALL immigrants and possibly UK citizens. Failure to do so would be deemed racist. Those from the EU have a legal right to all benefits available to our own citizens. Secondly the Children’s Act would make it illegal not to offer accommodation to families regardless of where they come from. Thirdly and something I am sure he will evade in his next speech is the fact that if he makes social housing unavailable for families he MUST put families up in the private sector for which the tax payer will be funding. Stand by for yet another speech of useless propaganda and phoney sound bites.
      Meanwhile the poulation has grown by 500000 and Cameron will vote to allow yet more impoverished nations join the EU
      UKIP was right all along Junker will tell Cameron to piss off

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      • 221
        (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

        Er I think that you’ll find that Churchill’s “Finest Hour” Speech was much earlier, 40 or 41?

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        • 229
          Anonymous says:

          If the British empire shall last for a thousand years… This they will say was their finest hour

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  2. 2
    taxandspendifnotmyfriend says:

    goodnight Cameron

    Liked by 1 person

    • 14
      Fed up Taxpayer says:

      Really ? For me this is the beginning of the end of Britain’s membership of the EU and I will raise a glass of champagne to celebrate. :)

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      • 75
        Octavian says:

        You’re tripping

        No matter how hard Farage and crew huff and puff there’s no way we’re leaving the EU anytime soon, at least in the next few parliaments

        I don’t have the confidence in a referendum getting us an out vote, once big business throws it’s weight (and tens of millions of pounds) behind the yes campaign, and it absolutely will, I think it’ll end up with a win for those who want us to stay in.

        I run a company that exports most of it’s product within the EU and the extra hassles of doing business with our current clients once we’re out will be a major blow to us that’ll take a fair old while to recover from (if we do)

        Still not sure which way I’d vote though, my own personal self interest aside.

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        • 83
          out out out says:

          There are huge markets outside the EU.
          Other countries manage to survive outside
          it’s stranglehold.And they’re not paying £52
          million a day for the “privilege” of being
          a member.

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          • NigelsUncle. says:

            That’s £55 million – every day! Sorry to be pedantic. Silver surfers are like that.

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        • 96
          Englishman says:

          Exports most of its product within the EU? Lazy sods, there’s a big wide world out there, get off your backsides and do some work.

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        • 107
          Anonymous says:

          Well we only get a chance to vote if there’s a Tory government. You will not get one if Labour win that’s for sure. As to the problems an out vote will create – in time things will adjust albeit UK exporters will I’m sure argue correctly to stay in. But it cuts both ways, an out vote will create a budget problem for the EU with a bloated parliament unlikely to trim down and the second major net contributor no longer paying for the EU party so the rest will have to stump up more money. So money will ultimately “talk” on this matter both ways – for the UK and for all of the rest of the EU. That’s provided the EU Parliament federalists are not dictating the agenda at that time as they will expect to get paid either way.

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          • Socialism is theft says:

            I think we will get a Referendum vote (or not) whoever is in power. Labour’s promise to have one on treaty change is just as guaranteed as Dave’s. And within five years from now there definitely will be a treaty change taking another step towards EUSSR.

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        • 157

          I’m very sorry for you, old fella, but we will leave. You’ll have to up your game. Or, perhaps, maybe even not.

          Why? For your EU clients like you, they will buy your gear. If not, then not.

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          • NigelsUncle. says:

            If chummie is relying on the EU for his trade, he’s on a loser. The whole shebang is dying on its feet. Just look at the figures.

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        • 181
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          It is unfortunate about your business, but out freedom trumps your commercial interests .
          If your customers in Europe can not find a way to circumvent bureaucratic meddling there is probably not much hope for them anyway as it is usually only UK firms that obey to the letter every EU diktat .

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        • 197
          The Great British Public says:

          Plenty of companies sell stuff to the EU who aren’t in the EU…

          Why would that be a problem ?

          It doesn’t seem to stop China being the EUs biggest importer……

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      • 99
        Apthorpe says:

        Yes I agree. The faux humilation of Dave the Heathite will be seen as just that. Dave in less controversial times would have happliy backed Juncker, but now the snub to even the limp wristed attempt by Dave to win back some powers can be seen by all as the PR stunt it is.
        We need to keep the pressure on for the in/out vote to happen in 2017 and then make sure we get out. The EU is storing up some very bad blood with Russia by it’s needless expansion into the former Soviet states and also setting us up for another wave of Eastern economic migrants in the 2020s. We need to be well clear of the dire organisation.

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        • 120
          Whack-a-mole says:

          QMV

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        • 126
          Tim Yeo-Yo says:

          Interested to know what you think Dave should have done in this situation?

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        • 183
          Old Blue Eyes says:

          “We need to be well clear of the dire organisation.”

          And the only possible way we can achieve that aim is to get a Conservative majority government elected. Anyone who thinks that UKIP stand a chance of getting a meaningful representation in the HoC is living in cloud cuckoo land. I wish it was not so but I am a realist and I am certain that voting UKIP where there is a chance of a Conservative win is shooting oneself in the foot.

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      • 162
        fhip says:

        Could not agree more. After seeing Merkel put in her tuppence worth I nearly put my foot through the screen. Dave is right in that you have got to try and get your point of view across unlike Miiliband and the rest of his shower who gave away billions, rubber stamped the Lisbon Treaty and got fuck all in return for any of us.
        Labour and the Lib Dems have practised concensus with the European beaurocracy to the detriment of everyone in this country and its about time someone said “enough is enough”. Agreeing with and/or towing the line gets you nowhere with Europe and I personally cannot wait for 2017 in order to vote to cast off their bleeding shackles and I fervently hope hope that they go forth and multiply preferably in someone elses backyard.

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    • 148
      The two Muppets says:

      Well at least David Cameron had the courage of his convictions .
      Apart from Hungary several other Heads of State stabbed him in the back
      after promising to back him .

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  3. 3
    Dial J for Junckers says:

    He’s already more famous than Herman

    Liked by 1 person

  4. 5
    MrsCameroon says:

    Well done that man. Drinks all round then….

    Liked by 1 person

  5. 6
    Roma Bert. says:

    There may be trouble ahead but while there’s music and laughter……. :)

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  6. 7
    JC Junker says:

    these smears about cognac for breakfast are scandalous, that was years ago, i’m only drinking meths and petrol now

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  7. 8
    Ed i don't have any Balls says:

    Barman!, hoy me a whiskey and coke with a nice slice of Brexit please!

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  8. 9
    The Bounce says:

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    • 24
      Tom Catesby. says:

      It is an insult that these shit smears are even standing in front of a memorial to brave, decent, honest lads who threw their lives away for vomit buckets like Merkel, Juncker, Cameroon etc.

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      • 56
        never a truer word spoken says:

        Agreed.
        They’re not fit to lick the boots of those who fought
        against such fascism.

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      • 127
        Anonymous says:

        Tom, you are so right. Ypres is the graveyard of the British army. I only hope it is also the graveyard of Cameron’s machinations to keep us in the EU.

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      • 160
        Point your torches to Belfast says:

        And the fucking Irish Taoiseach there as well…sly backstabbing Nazi sympathising scumbags as they were.

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        • 213
          Irishman says:

          Our government kept us out of the war. Sorry about your government. Consult Peter Hitchens on this subject.

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  9. 10
    D. Cameron says:

    Encore une fois!

    Making deals at
    the Commission;
    I fought Delors, but Delors won!

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  10. 11
    UKIPPER says:

    So much for Camerons Mythical re-negotiations, He is a total useless tosser who thinks the public believe anything he tells them

    What an international twat he is

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    • 82
      Village Idiot says:

      …Now johnny foreigner has shown contempt for Britains prime minister, will the experience make the pm a “Little Englander”?……..or, anti eu?….and will he start batting for Britain,…..sorry……got carried away….!!!…..Or, is ssmarriage the peak?

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    • 87
      Spoonface Cameroon says:

      Let’s bomb Syria and support ISIS

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    • 109
      UKIPPERS are thick cunts says:

      You fuckimg mong,,,he has made himself look like the outsider to people in this country

      Ie A eurosceptic

      Its a tactic to help him ensure there will be a referendum. despite the UKIP rats attempts to help Labour

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      • 188
        Mycroft says:

        Yep, he is seen as a w’nkerised and feeble version of UKIP by many Tory voters and alienated himself from those in favour of staying within his own party, fantastic result for UKIP.

        Cameron is not going to give the UK an In/Out referendum in 2017.

        The Juncker matter will be used to delay that vote as the spaz Cameron fumbles about and ‘big upping’ his negotiations.

        He’ll then ask for a referendum… but not an In/Out one, but instead for a “Do I carry on negotiating and trying to do the best for the UK?” in an “I need your backing to strengthen our position” excuse gambit.

        The negotiations will fail, there has been a referendum and he’s fulfilled his stated obligation.

        We will never get an In/Out referendum whilst the spaz Cameron is not in the hands of the UKIP support in the next parliament.

        Now, you call us Hunts, I’m not that rude but the clear evidence is that you are as thick as sh’t.

        You’ve been fooled and you are trying to fool others with your thick as sh’t post.

        That’s the reality.

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  11. 12
    BC says:

    A decision of contempt for the people of Europe. What a bunch of hoons.

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  12. 13
    Ed Moribund says:

    That Cameron is a spaz. He should have just agreed to Junker getting the job.
    I would have.

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  13. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Now the political elite in London can stop pretending Europe was anything other than forming a new country called Europe & gives us our referendum.

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    • 26
      Neil Down says:

      I look forward to seeing how they’re going to try and spin this. Dave just got it handed to him.

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      • 133
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        And the msm will be reporting the truth in the Public Interest … ughh hold on i think that’s not what the msm do!

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  14. 18
    Eddie says:

    Cameron has said that appointing Junker would “Bring forward an in/out referendum in the UK” so when will it be held now?

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    • 38
      Tom Catesby. says:

      Referendum? Shouldn’t take long to organise, it certainly didn’t when the limpdicks insisted on a referendum on ‘PR’ as part of the coalition deal. Shall we say August 2014?

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  15. 21
    Dave doing his best Liam Neeson voice says:

    If you sack Juncker now, that’ll be the end of it. I won’t look for you. I won’t pursue you.

    But if you don’t….

    Er…

    Er……

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  16. 23
    Oh, really? says:

    “Decision made” said the idiot who just signed the death warrant of the EU.

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    • 112
      táxpáyér says:

      The idiot was the one who came up with the idea the EUSSR would be anything but a disaster.

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  17. 27
    They don't Get it says:

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  18. 28
    Alkiv says:

    So much for Hague arguing that to change Europe we have to be in it. Now the truth is plain for all to see.

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    • 216
      The ghost of Saddam says:

      After the Scots have voted for independence the true situation for England will start to be understood – an over-run, bankrupt little country with no future apart from Sharia and debt.

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  19. 29
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Two faced Merkel seals the deal.

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  20. 31
    Wah wah pedal says:

    so Juncker’s been elected, has Cameron called a COBRA meeting yet?

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    • 35
      Juncker says:

      I’ll have a litre of Cobra – zank you verry mooch!

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      • 45
        Many chins Prescott says:

        I’ll have 10 litres of cobra and 10 curries.

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        • 60
          Bill Quango MP says:

          Saw you on Question Time last night.

          You were saying that the UK has launched a Crusade against Muslims. An invasion of Arab homelands, you said?

          How did that come about then?

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      • 98
        Ellie-Mae (9) says:

        s’Okay, we’re sending Eric Joyce to share a celebratory drink with you.

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  21. 32
    Van Rumpy-pumpy says:

    I vill tel yu hu iz yor nu leader.

    Iz it not strange to have een president but not be able to elect him? It zoundz like a republic, jah? But iz just anozzer tyranny.

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  22. 33
    Bosun Higgs says:

    The rules are that the largest party grouping in the European Parliament chooses the EU President. Since we vote for the members of the European Parlament, this is a much more democratic decision then, for instance, the appointment of Gordon Brown as Prime Minister.

    The largest party grouping is of centre-right parties including Mrs Merkel’s CDU. Unfortunately, our Conservative Party chooses not to join with its natural allies in this grouping, instead linking arms with the Monster Raving Loony Party of Latvia, so it has no influence on the choice of EU President.

    Cameron does a lot of huffing and puffing for the benefit of the UK media, but he knows he hasn’t the slightest influence on the choice of EU President, nor is there any reason why he shoud be able to overturn a democratic decision.

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    • 40
      Make it up as you go along says:

      No one knows what the rules are.

      All EU treaties are written such that there is no definitive.

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      • 114
        bergen says:

        The French like them that way so that they can ignore them. We’re the only country stupid enough to believe that they ought to be followed.

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    • 139
      Johnny says says:

      Article 17 of the Lisbon Treaty says:

      “7. Taking into account the elections to the European Parliament and after having held the appropriate consultations, the European Council, acting by a qualified majority, shall propose to the European Parliament a candidate for President of the Commission. This candidate shall be elected by the European Parliament by a majority of its component members. If he does not obtain the required majority, the European Council, acting by a qualified majority, shall within one month propose a new candidate who shall be elected by the European Parliament following the same procedure.”

      The European Council nominate a President and it is up to the European Parliament to vote on that nomination.

      What has caused problems is the bit where it says “Taking into account the elections to the European Parliament “. The parties took this onboard and decided amongst themselves that during the European elections each party would name their favoured candidate for Commission President, and then when it comes to the parlamentary groupings each group would back the candidate of the biggest party in that group.(IIRC) There are no rules for this. It is not part of the treaty. They have turned the choosing of a new Commission President into a sly and parasitic part of the European Elections.

      But it still remains the case that the Parliament could, if it was minded to do so, reject Juncker as Commission President. I have been wondering recently if this is part of some bizarre plan. Get Juncker up for consideration only to see the Parliament reject him, and then produce some other slimy two-faced shit as an alternative that the Parliament feels it must approve lest there be chaos.

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      • 143
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Of your comment lines 2/3 ‘… qualified majority …’

        Now isn’t there a little subject matter that the msm are deliberately, knowingly wilfully and intentionally failing to inform the public about –

        i.e. QMV [Qualified Majority Voting] – the Ruse that is ‘unspoken of’ with a dateline of 1st Novemebr this year?

        If the public are not informed of it – they will steal the public’s consent.

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      • 217
        Fooled you says:

        Are you sure that’s a Treaty document? It reads very much like a constitution.

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    • 141
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Bosun – your last few words need some deep thinking about “a democratic decision” !

      There is ‘NOTHING DEMOCRATIC’ about the EU – to fall into the trap of saying so is why so many people ‘believe in fairies’.

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  23. 34
    A Good Result for UKIP says:

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    • 42
      ENGLAND says:

      Bundesrepublik Europa has arrived.

      Us ? Can’t wait for the 2017 referendum.

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    • 53
      Weak and weedy Dave, Jean Claude Juncker's little slave, says:

      Rubbish! This humiliating defeat that I’ve suffered is actually a terrific victory for me! And for Britain, because we’re now governed by a president who wants to destroy us. Good show!

      Now, my negotiating skills being proven beyond doubt, time to renegotiate our EU membership! Should be a doddle!

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      • 142
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        And so much of it all in the UK was ‘stagecrafted and managed’ by the intelligentsia with a backbone of our msm … Hmmm…

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  24. 36
    Archie says:

    Angela must brush up on her aircraft ID. He’s not a Juncker, he’s a Fokker.

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  25. 37
    Herr Uber says:

    Ja ! I will certainly call a taxi for the Tory toff,David Cameron !

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  26. 41
    peter sharp says:

    Anyont for tennis!

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  27. 44
    peter sharp says:

    Prat. I can’t even spell my own language.

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  28. 46
    Dust Off the Cast Iron Warranty says:

    So this means we have to have a referendum then.

    Dave made it the law that any major change in Europe which affects Britain would trigger a referendum

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    • 63
      Weak and weedy Dave, Jean Claude Juncker's little slave, says:

      No, that was a different sort of change. My promises do not apply. No referendums for you, you little scallywag!

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  29. 52
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Juncker has got be older than 59. I can’t believe, I simply can’t believe it.

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    • 71
      Up Yours Delors says:

      He is only 59 but has that aged grey pallor and wrinkled skin associated with smoking and drinking (allegedly)

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  30. 57
    generic taxi driver says:

    HANDE HOCH ENGLISCH!
    for you ze gravy train is over.

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  31. 62
    Octavian says:

    Juncker drinking makes him an alcoholic, Farage being a pisshead makes him a folksy everyman.

    Now some might see that as a touch hypocritical

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    • 65
      Yes, but.. says:

      I’m not sure Farage knocks it back for breakfast.

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      • 79
        Octavian says:

        and you heard Juncker did on some internet forum so it must be true…….

        I’ve heard all sorts of shit about Farage that I take with a pinch of salt; best to not believe everything you read.

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        • 101
          Yes, but.. says:

          I rad it in both The Times and the Daily Telegraph.

          Now fuck off you patronising little c*nt.

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          • Octavian says:

            I don’t care where you ‘rad’ it you illiterate prick, the telegraph, times and the guardian all quoted some unnamed source

            An unnamed source told me your mum likes to it up the b*ttom but I didn’t believe them, at least not until she told me herself.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Steer clear of “literacy” if I were you

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        • 198
          visibly shaken says:

          if junker could ensure we didn’t have to build a new city a year for all the immigrants coming in and stop the commission sticking up trade barriers with the rest of the world i wouldn’t care if he was plugged into an alco drip.

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    • 134
      You know what to do says:

      Fuck off you Traitor.

      If you want to be ruled by unelected Brussels AND keep them in the wealth they have come to expect, then they have made it easy for you. Pack your bags get on the boat and go and live on their continent.

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    • 201
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      They only refer to Juncker drinking heavily to make him more appealing to the EU public , in the vain hope that he might clip the wings of the nanny state.

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  32. 72
    Uncle Fester says:

    More votes for UKIP and Marie LE Penn and all the other Euro Sceptic Parties

    Hopefully a lesson to anyone foolish enough to believe what the Ruling Elite claim

    Hear what they say, see what they do especially the Germans

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  33. 73
    Number 10 Bellend says:

    Trust me to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with Europe. European leaders always come round to my way of thinking. Vote Dave in 2015.

    Like

  34. 74
    ed black says:

    Well done Dave, despite the bile, Red Ed, nor Nick would have had the Balls to stand alone.

    Like

  35. 77
    Spoonface Cameroon says:

    Another Syria moment

    I love humiliating myself and Britain

    Oh well

    The gangster Blair, my master, has promised me £5 million a year in bungs…

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    • 110
      T.Blair says:

      Dave, look what is important, is…….

      Slotgob and I

      I know you must have expected some kickback but hey, I’m really a straight kinda guy and I realise that I shouldn’t do that sort of thing, so you know, well thanks.

      Ciao

      Like

  36. 78
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    Happy days ! Oh, happy days !!

    Like

  37. 80
    Gordon says:

    Come on Murray

    Like

    • 138
      Eds a Spaz Milimong says:

      Come on Engerland you can win the Shield..give the ball to Bobby Shearer…bring home the bacon Roy…

      Like

  38. 84
    Nick Clegg says:

    Wonderful news! The peoples of Europe have spoken! It’s time to follow and join the Euro!

    Like

    • 97
      Viperous Old Vince says:

      If we leave the EU, it will cost this Country, 3,300,000, no, 4,500,000, no 6,000,000 no, 10,000,000 jobs !!!!!

      Like

      • 145
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        When we leave it will only cost X650 pieces of rope long enough to make nooses. We already have the lamp posts.

        Like

      • 182
        Biffo says:

        …And we’ll have an extra £53 million more in our bank account every day – or at least, £53 million less added to our overdraft every day. Sounds good to me.

        Like

  39. 86
    Resident Barman At The Westminster Arms says:

    Juncker will probably get hammered tonight,we are expecting fun here tonight.

    Like

  40. 88
    William the Vanquished says:

    Ironic that on the exact 100th anniversary of the First World War that the Germans have finally revenged their defeats by the British and are now the victors in total control of Europe. Their objektifs realized.

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    • 137
      Fuhrer says:

      Ironik? Zat is not known in Deutschland. It was in a long time all in zee plannung

      Like

    • 147
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Take a very long and hard look behind the scenes and you might work out who is really pulling the strings.

      Like

    • 226
      Anonymous says:

      Ein volk ein reich ein fuhrer. Bloody krauts. Never trust a German.

      Like

  41. 89
    Herman van Rumpboy says:

    Junkers over England. It’s WWII all over again.

    Like

  42. 90
    Frau Merkel says:

    Cameron eez a streak of peez.

    Like

  43. 91
    diane abbott says:

    WHHHHHATTT who dis whitey, dats racist raaaaacist i tell you.

    Like

  44. 92
    David Cameron PM says:

    My negotiating position was endorsed by Lord Leveson in his report and I’ve done nothing wrong, all right?

    Like

  45. 94
    bergen says:

    It is a hostile act. I think our leaving is now inevitable.

    Like

  46. 104
    Jean Claude Drunkard says:

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  47. 106
    Winston says:

    The Germans can’t be trusted. They’re either at your feet or at your throat and the only way to negotiate with them is through the barrel of a gun.

    Like

  48. 123
    Anonymous says:

    Is Cameron coming home via Dunkirk ?

    Like

  49. 129
  50. 132
    ukip.I.am says:

    Hooray.

    Like

  51. 140
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    I think it would be in the long term interests of the UK to quit the EU and proscribe Islam.
    a tolerant society by tolerating intolerance itself becomes intolerant, best have nothing to do with it.

    Like

  52. 144

    Thatshover, for now. Large brandies and Junck Food all round, innit.

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  53. 154
    Anon says:

    So the German bitch got what she wanted.
    German dictatorship over all of Europe.

    Heil Merkel !

    Like

  54. 156

    Good news for UKIP. This will stimulate the discussion and help get us out.

    Like

    • 179
      tigerowl says:

      I don’t think so. Given a choice of UKIP into the unknown and Europe, the people will vote to stay in. That is why UKIP have gone down the BNP, EDL, Britain First racist route. Appeal to Britain’s intolerant attitude. Can not win a referendum on in or out, but lets have a go at foreigners. Lowest form of debate there is.

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  55. 164
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Hock und Deutschmeister

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  56. 165
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Junckers brings down another Fokker.

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  57. 166
    Sadiq Khan 4 Mayor says:

    If he’s the right man for Europe then Sadiq’s the main man for London!

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  58. 168
    PC249 says:

    Between the 1st of November and 31st March 2015 the Lisbon Treaty will come into full effect and 43 areas of Government will be permanently transferred to Brussels. One of these refers to Referendums. After 2016, if we hold a referendum and we decide by majority to return our Government to Westminster which is what IN/OUT actually means (it has nothing to do with trade) we will have to ask Brussels for permission to leave which of course will be declined. Thus, a referendum in 2017 is pointless because Brussels will ignore it. Cameron knows this which is why he nominated 2017 knowing that most of his M.P.s and the public are numbingly naive and gullible. After 2016, Junker will shut down national parliaments and political parties and introduce EU political parties. We will thereafter be slaves to the EU. Lisbon re-introduces the death penalty to deal with us when we finally wake up and take to the streets.

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=838456

    If the great and good do not wake up to reality before the 2015 election we will be trapped. UKIP is the only way out. Nigel Farage doesn’t seem to understand the full implications of the Lisbon Treaty.

    For example HS1, HS2 and HS3 are Brussels projects and have been clearly shown on EU transport network maps for several years. HS3 isn’t Osborne’s idea. He is doing as he is told by the Bankers who own and control our politicians and the EU.

    The plan to destroy the character of the UK was implemented on 11th June 1948. It will soon be completed.

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    • 177
      tigerowl says:

      I suggest you do a little bit more research sir. Britain could leave the EU after a vote saying so. Would not happen. Britain will vote to stay in.
      As for trade. UKIP still can not tell us who we would trade with and on what terms. Trade with the EU, as an outsider. Stuck with their rules but not able to influence them. Tory and UKIP position of weakness.
      The old commonwealth aint interested in Britain. India doing well on its own. Australia prefers trade with Asia. West Indies and Canada trade very well with America and do not need us.
      The United States will have no interest in a little country on the outside of Europe. With no influence.
      So UKIP and Farage, who will we do business with? Took Switzerland decades to reach agreement with the EU to trade. hardly much trade from there any way.
      Cameron today showed how little influence in the World because we keep wanting to be isolated. UKIP are even worse. A party devoted to isolation. You do not gain influence by ‘slagging off’ that which we need to do business with. Or calling the people of Europe criminals like Farage calls Rumanians.
      The idea of a European transport link is such a simple and good idea, how can you slate it? A road link from one corner of Europe to the last is great for business. So why slag it off just as an idea to destroy national governments?
      Britain’s character is as strong as it ever was. Made far stronger now it is multicultural. But then, it always has been a multicultural nation. We have northern European genes, French genes, Italian genes all in our make up. Just look at the history of these islands. So Europe has strengthened our character, not destroyed it.
      UKIP the answer? A clown as leader and no real ideas other than get people who hate foreigners to vote for you.
      Little England to the core.

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      • 189
        I'll intern for the winning twat says:

        no one replied because you are a git

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      • 194
        visibly shaken says:

        your verbal splatter shows off the fact that you have very little technical or practical knowledge of the commission and its operations

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      • 200
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        And don’t forget the whole of the EU is based on criminality, fraud, deception et cetera.

        Like

        • 204
          gildedtumbril says:

          Yep. The auditors refused to sign off the eu’s books for 18 years in a row..
          Britain has no bloody books.
          We are bleeding to death.

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  59. 169
    JuncketsAllRound says:

    I’d love to see that smug grin wiped off his face for ever!

    Still, if it’s true he likes his tipple, a certain High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy will be pleased to join him by all accounts.

    Like

  60. 170
    Neitherdeadnoralive says:

    How did it come to this ? The British Prime Minister becomes the bitch of the Germans chosen Poodle……….. I hope my dad and grandad and all the millions of others who fought and won two world wars can’t see this.

    Like

  61. 171
    Charlie Kennedy says:

    The new President is Druncker.

    Like

  62. 193
    visibly shaken says:

    i worked as an economist for dg agri (eu agricultural dept) for 3 years and realised the eu is rotten when they totally screwed up the european egg industry. they banned cage eggs across the eu on new years eve one year. that meant a massive surplus in eggs in the uk in the twelve months before it kicked in. prices crashed to 40p per dozen eggs in the wholeasle market, producers went bust. ironically cage producers were quids in before the ban because there were too many free range producers. after there was a shortage and prices wet up to 200p per dozen. naturally the french, spanish and italian producers continued to use cages for years after.

    this is my expereince in a tiny segment of the economy that the eu commission screwed up. i am sure there are many more.

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  63. 199
    gildedtumbril says:

    eu, commie bastards the lot of them.
    Commie bastards.
    Commie bastards.
    Commie bastards.
    We have got to get out of that shit, no matter what it costs.
    Damn the bastards to hell.

    Like

  64. 203
    Displaced Brummie says:

    “I do love a Luxembourgian whine, Herr… what did you say your name was?”

    Like

  65. 206
    Weygand says:

    As Winston would have said, “This is not the beginning, not the end of the beginning but perhaps the beginning of the end.”

    Like

  66. 207
    Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

    You know. If we all start referring to our Le Presidenti as JU 88. FOR SHORT.
    How upset will people in the EU be.

    Like

  67. 208
    Baillie Vass says:

    Ahem, Don’t forget to vote Conservative, Ahem.

    Like

  68. 209
    milk monitor says:

    Junker ist en gehiëramputéierten nonnefékker

    Like

  69. 210
    Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:

    From the moment the BBC allowed a North Londoner to run a department. We were fx’ed.
    .
    No more Christian Gentlemen were ever going to get a look in.
    .
    Once the promise of support for the annexation of the west bank was given by the Germans.

    We Had Lost Control.

    Like

  70. 223
    Anonymous says:

    “Juncker Celebrates”
    Must say, he looks surprisingly sprightly for someone of 88. Or is that a different Junckers altogether? Either way, the last time one of them flew over to London the outcome wasn’t exactly pleasant.

    Like

  71. 225
    Froggie says:

    Wots up Doc?

    Like

  72. 227
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Referendum NOW. This shit has gone on for way too long. What are the lying scumbag politicians frightened of? Oh wait….

    Like

  73. 228
    Jean-Claude Juncker says:

    And so the charade is over. The UK contributes how much to the EU? This buys how much influence ?
    truly a dumb nation.
    JJ

    Like


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