GUVERNATORUL STRAIN TRAIAN BASESCU SLUGA PREA-PLECATA A SOVIET UNION UE VA VINDE ROMANIA IN INTERES PERSONAL!

18 nov.

Băsescu, altă rățoială către Ponta.


Traian Băsescu a ieșit din nou la rampă, de data aceasta printr-un comunicat postat pe site-ul Președinției, în care speculează pe marginea unei simple afirmații pe care ar fi făcut-o Victor Ponta, într-un context pur electoral.

Băsescu se declară alarmat de faptul că Ponta ar fi afirmat că „dacă ni se spunea în 2007, domnule, nu o să aveți nici drumuri, nici spitale, nici agricultură ca în Vest, dar o să vă facem ANI și DNA, poate că ne gândeam de mai multe ori.”

Încearcă să-l discrediteze în ochii Europei

Președintele care a stat și stă doar în genunchi în fața liderilor UE fără să fi obținut nimic semnificativ pentru România, ci doar ca să-și păstreze el funcția, se folosește de această afirmație a premierului, ca să-l mai atace încă o dată.

Băsescu pozează și de această dată în acest „responsabil” ce protejează interesele României când vine vorba de UE, încercând din nou să-i creeze o imagine negativă lui Victor Ponta la Bruxelles.

Redăm mesajul integral al Administrației Prezidențiale

„Referitor la declarațiile antieuropene pe care unii oficiali, reprezentanți ai unor instituții publice, și politicieni români le-au exprimat în ultimele zile, inclusiv la declarația prim-ministrului Guvernului României, domnul Victor-Viorel Ponta, de sâmbătă, 17 noiembrie a.c., de la Bistrița („Dacă ni se spunea în 2007, domnule, nu o să aveți nici drumuri, nici spitale, nici agricultură ca în Vest, dar o să vă facem ANI și DNA, poate că ne gândeam de mai multe ori.” – conform agenției de știri Mediafax), Administrația Prezidențială face următoarele precizări:

(1) – aceste declarații antieuropene nu reprezintă poziția oficială a României;

(2) – președintele României, domnul Traian Băsescu, regretă în mod profund iresponsabilitatea declarațiilor unor oficiali și politicieni români, care pun interesul lor electoral și personal mai presus de interesul național;

(3) – președintele României, domnul Traian Băsescu, le cere tuturor politicienilor să nu mai facă astfel de declarații iresponsabile, care vulnerabilizează poziția țării noastre în cadrul negocierilor pentru următorul exercițiu bugetar al Uniunii Europene, 2014 – 2020, și care afectează grav imaginea României în plan internațional, cu efecte, în principal, asupra grupurilor de investitori;

(4) – președintele României, domnul Traian Băsescu, consideră că cel mai important argument în cadrul oricăror negocieri la nivelul Uniunii Europene îl reprezintă un grad mare de absorbție a fondurilor europene și invită instituțiile responsabile să facă toate demersurile pentru a crește nivelul de absorbție, iar reprezentanților Guvernului României le cere să pună în aplicare de îndată toate măsurile solicitate de Comisia Europeană în vederea deblocării programelor de finanțare care se află, în prezent, în situația de pre-suspendare;

(5) – președintele României, domnul Traian Băsescu, face un apel la partidele politice să nu implice Uniunea Europeană și instituțiile sale în jocul politic electoral intern”, se arată în mesajul lui Băsescu care pare mai degrabă îndreptat către cancelariile europene decât înspre români, care, o știe bine și el, nu mai dau doi bani pe ce spune el.

Pravda: “EU Is Reincarnation of Soviet Union”

Now that the Czech Republic has announced it will ratify the Lisbon Treaty, the EU will be even closer yet to becoming a unified monster state, with more than half a billion inhabitants. Inhabitants is the correct term, since “citizens” would indicate a set of political rights. The people living in the EU should rather be called “subjects,” since they have no influence whatsoever on the constitution of the centralized European government, the “European Commission.” […]

Article 8 [of the Lisbon Treaty] is also very interesting. It would seem to state that one’s personal data are safe. But are they? Under current EU regulations, member states are required to keep records of all e-mail traffic and all telephone conversations. In fact it is as if the government would be reading all your letters. Many EU member states, the government can enter your computer at will and change data and records on your computer without your knowing it. All this snooping and spying is, of course, in the interest of state security, to “fight terrorism!” It all looks as if the Nazi slogan “Du bist nichts, dein Volk ist alles!” (You are nothing, your people is everything) were put into effect in today’s EU.

Ah, and then there is, of course, freedom of expression. Article 11 establishes this unequivocally. Currently, all 27 EU member states have such a provision in their constitutions. Yet on at least two issues, EU citizens do not enjoy this freedom of speech. In a number of member states (Germany, Belgium, Austria, France, the Czech Republic) it is a criminal offense to publicly wonder whether six million Jews were killed by the Nazis during World War II. […] Nor is it allowed in some states to make any sort of remark criticizing islam. This will immediately cause you to be prosecuted for what in the US is called “hate speech.” This is happening to Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who will be put on trial next January for making allegedly disparaging remarks about islam, whereas what he really did was assemble a movie using available footage, to demonstrate the violent nature of islamic teachings.

Free speech, or freedom of expression is really a very simple issue, a clear-cut case. Either you have free speech, in which case you may say ANYTHING at all, or you have no free speech. It is like being pregnant: either you are, or you aren’t. It is impossible to be a “little bit pregnant,” just as it is impossible to have “some free speech.”

Thus in the EU today, there is NO free speech. Nor will there be any when the Lisbon Treaty takes effect. The EU crackdown on “illegal” downloads, threatening anyone caught downloading copyrighted items more than three times with lifelong exclusion from internet access, can be interpreted as an indication that a major offensive against one of the few remaining vestiges of freedom is underway.

I am afraid the EU “constitution” (rejected by European voters wherever it was subjected to an honest, fair referendum) in its warmed over version called “Lisbon Treaty” is no more than a useless piece of paper. It is about as meaningful as the old Soviet and East German (GDR) constitutions which, come to think of it, are surprisingly similar to the Lisbon Treaty.

Article 50 of the 1977 Soviet Constitution granted all citizens freedom of speech. But whoever dared voice criticism of the system in any coherent, vocal way, was severely punished. Punishments included loss of job, domestic exile (nuclear scientist Andrei Sakharov), and assignment to a mental hospital. There was no free speech in the old Soviet Union, like there is no free speech in Europe today.

Similarities between the Lisbon Treaty and its communist predecessors are quite remarkable, for instance in the clauses on equality before the law.

Article 34 of the 1977 Soviet Constitution proclaimed full legal equality for all: “citizens of the USSR are equal before the law, without distinction of origin, social or property status, race or nationality, sex, education, language, attitude to religion, type and nature of occupation, domicile, or other status.” The East German Constitution echoes this. Article 20:1 reads: Independently of his nationality, race, religious ideas, social background and position, every citizen of the German Democratic Republic enjoys the same rights and duties. Freedom of religion and belief are guaranteed. All citizens are equal before the law.” Coincidentally, the Lisbon Treaty is strikingly similar: “ Everyone is equal before the law ” (article 20), and “ Any discrimination based on any ground such as sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age or sexual orientation shall be prohibited” (article 21). […]

As recently as 2006, a most eloquent and insightful warning against the EU and the Lisbon Treaty’s precursor, the ill-fated “constitution”, was given by former Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky. Traumatized by the experience of living in the Soviet Union, Bukovsky noted the deeply disturbing similarities between the old Soviet Union and the blueprints for the EU super state. The European Commission, he noted, was the exact equivalent of the old Soviet Politbureau, in terms of the secretive way power was exercised, the recruitment and personalities of its members and the scope and reach of its decisions. The “European Parliament” today (and under the terms of the Lisbon Treaty) is a mere rubber stamp institution, just like the “Supreme Soviet” of the old USSR.

As a matter of fact, there are so many similarities between the old Soviet Union and the EU that mere coincidence is unlikely. Bukovsky argues the EU was designed to be like the old USSR. The architects of the EU? Mostly social democrats, whom Stalin quite aptly called “Social Fascists.”

Most Europeans have not yet understood this. Most are still indifferent, but their indifference will soon vanish when the full weight of repressive EU policies and EU taxation doing its destructive work will be felt.

Sooner than anybody now thinks, the only way to vent criticism of the EU will be in the form of jokes. No doubt many of the characteristic old Soviet jokes will be dusted off and given an anti-European Commission twist.

By that time, all Europeans except for the privileged class of “eurocrats” will be prisoners in the EU. However, they will certainly have a wonderful Constitution.

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