I’d be lying if I said I was surprised – UPDATED.

I don’t have much time to rant at length about the further selling out of what was once the United Kingdom but is presumably now Europe West Zone Two or something, but it’s pretty much what I expected as soon as the worthless prick went back on his campaign promise to hold a referendum on the European Treaty. As I wrote more than a year ago, once it was clear that the Irish and Czechs weren’t going to the only thing the UK had left that meant it would remain the UK in any meaningful sense was the thickness of David Cameramong’s spine.

… Cameron is going to have to grow a set and actually say what he plans to do before the election. I’m sure he’s looking forward to that like a cat looks forward to going to the vet, but since the Consititreaty is expected to become law across the whole EU within weeks I imagine Cameron will simply wring his hands and wail that nothing can now be done and if only the country had not voted the wicked wicked Labour government the UK would not have been sold to the Eurocrats on the cheap, so awfully sorry about it but we’re not going to have that referendum. I may be 100% wrong about that – I hope I’m 100% wrong and I’m halfway to praying to a God I don’t even believe in that I’m 100% wrong – but I can’t help feeling that if Cameron was serious about it he’d simply have said that there would be a referendum no matter what.

And of course we all know what the result was: just as expected he wrung his hands and said it was too late and that nothing could be done. Since then we’ve seen even further concessions made and it’s looking more and more like the choice back in May, at least as far as the EU was concerned, was not whether the UK was for or against more integration but whether more integration was to happen quickly, very quickly or very very quickly. Christ, it’s not even been a year and the Cobbleition have already extended the European Arrest Warrant and coughed up more money Britain hasn’t got to the EU, with commitments for yet more in the not too distant future. So it comes as no surprise at all that more power is quietly being transferred to the EU on the quiet (see Douglas Carswell’s blog here, here and here).

So what the hell was the election for? It didn’t decide who governs Britain, did it? And what the hell is the government and Prime Minister for? Because as far as I can see it’s not running Britain so much as being the PR department for the Civil Service and the EU bureaucrats who really decide how things go in European West Zone Two these days.

UPDATE – The Grim Reaper has noted a particularly astonishing piece of chutzpah on this from none other than the Labour Party in this report from Auntie Beeb.

The PM spoke to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy among others and argued for the ‘lowest possible’ increase. His plea came amid fears that a 6% rise would cost the UK another Β£900m a year. Labour has accused him of failing to stand up for British interests.

Something on which Labour are the world renowned fucking experts, though how they’ve found the gall to actually come out and say that is quite beyond me.

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