Believe it or not, the moon is made of green cheese, I kid you not. Here’s another little known equally believable fact, David Cameron and his party are Euro-sceptics – honest – Dave said it so it must be true.
So the Leader of the Conservative Party, who is currently seeing an exodus from his party ranks to UKIP, the man who gave us a cast iron promise that if elected he would hold a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, who also enforced a three line Whip against holding an in/out EU referendum, wants us to believe that his party will, to use his own words: “will go into the election with a clear Eurosceptic position.” Yeh, but what happens after the General election?
Sorry Dave, your party lost me twenty years ago and after being fed a constant diet of Tory unbelievable pledges and a whole raft of broken promises regarding our disastrous membership of the EU ever since, I see no reason to believe anything you or any other Tory tells me when it comes to the EU.
|Christopher Gill, calls alledged|
Tory Euro-sceptics "decoy
Christopher Gill, who as a past Conservative MP and one of John Major’s whipless rebels, who is now a UKIP member, refers to all alleged Tory Euro-sceptics as “decoy ducks”. Just like a decoy they attract their victims who think it is safe to vote Tory, then when it is too late and the vote cast, the Tory party, which is the very political party that signed the Treaty of Rome, lied to the electorate about the Common Market (now the EU) and are mainly responsible for the mess the nation is in and the loss of our sovereignty and democracy, will then say now is not the time to leave the EU. And so it will go on.
When Dave speaks a few platitudes about the EU and tries to convince people he is some sort of EU sceptic, few are inclined to believe him. He has really lost the plot as well as a large number of his members and voters who are moving to UKIP and not just for the issue of the EU, but for other things too.
At last the electorate can see that UKIP is a moderate political party with a whole raft of workable and sound policies. Dave’s slogan at the next General Election should be ‘Trust me, I’m a bullshitter’, nothing is going to save him now and his dwindling band of pretend Euro-sceptics.