Monday, June 01, 2015

Dr Norbert Röttgen was interviewed on Channel 4 News about the prospect of the United Kingdom leaving the EU

Earlier this evening Dr Norbert Röttgen was interviewed on Channel 4 News about the prospect of the United Kingdom leaving the EU.

Herr Doktor Röttgen kept repeating "at stake is the European unity" and seemed bemused that this incantation does not seem to work when chanted in our country.

If he bothered to think things through logically, he would realise that "ever closer union" must mean at some point the degrading and effective deposing of the British monarchy.

This is something that will never be tolerated.  Perhaps the EU enthusiasts think that if they just move forward quietly and under the cloak of euphemisms a tipping point will be reached when an EU head of state is installed without challenge.  Such people should be warned that any threat to the monarchy will lead to an explosion of anger (and I suspect violence) that will shake even Dr Röttgen and even in the bovine remoteness of Berlin.

So please Herr Doktor Röttgen, demonstrate on an intellectual and logical level how "ever closer union" in its final ultimate phase does not mean the end of the British monarchy (and thus the fundamental change of the relationship between the individual and the state, the fundamental change of power and its authority, and the fundamental change of every major institution in our society).

The end of the monarchy will also mean the end of our national and personal identity and the end of our historical continuum in its present unbroken form.

And do not insult our intelligence by referring to the other so-called monarchies in the EU.  These are petty princelings that are neither crowned nor anointed.  With the exception of Sweden their legitimacy only dates to 1945 when the wartime Anglo-American alliance put them back on their thrones.

http://www.channel4.com/news/catch-up/

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