Thursday, 7 June 2012

David Cameron- Defender of the UK or EU servant?

David Cameron today dismissed the call made by Germany's Chancellor Merkel, for a European State. She called for a single identity, flag and common unity to the EU flag. Cameron has announced his plans to veto a new EU treaty, unless plans are made to safeguard London as the dominant financial capitol of Europe. The fact that Germany is calling the shots in Europe should be a matter of great concern for everyone in Europe. It would appear that without a single coloumn of Panzers, the Germans have all but conquered Europe and the UK. 

In an interview before her meeting with Mr Cameron, Mrs Merkel said: “We need more Europe, a budget union, and we need a political union first and foremost,” she said. “We must, step by step, cede responsibilities to Europe.” She also insisted that countries outside the Eurozone, such as Britain, should not be able to block that process. 

It would not be a stretch of the imagination to suggest that should the EU federate, it would be ruled (officially or unofficially) from Berlin. Now Winston Churchill may have been in favour of the EU. Keep in mind however that in the 1950's and early 1960's it was a lot more tame. It was not all controlling and was by and large made up of the big nations of Western Europe. 

Cameron has made clear that Britain would not join the proposed banking union.“I wouldn’t for instance ask British taxpayers to stand behind Greek or Spanish deposits,” he said. “It’s not our currency.” 

The question is however, what is Cameron made of? This is the same ''Tory'' Prime Minister who allows mass immigration, severe military budget cuts, increased state welfare and all but decimated the Royal Navy. So is Cameron the United Kingdom's defender against a German Europe? Or will he back down and grovel before the Fourth Reich? Only time will tell. Cameron has plenty on his plate at the moment, not just the Eurozone crisis, but also the threat of Scottish Independence looming. If he fails to defend the UK and keep it united, Cameron will be remembered as weak. If he succeedes however, then ''Call me Dave'' Cameron might be just the man to defend Britain in the early 21st Century.


  1. Hello, Last Churchillian!

    You're blog seems very interesting, and I'm glad I found it. I am a Britophile with Unionist and Monarchist sentiments so your subject matter is of interest to me.

    My feelings towards Mr. Cameron are less than high. Firstly, I don't know why the heck his government ever even approved the Scottish Independence Referendum to begin with. Second, he's a supporter of homosexual "marriage", which is just another step towards social degeneration. All I can hope and pray is that his government is able to pull things together before everything comes crashing down around their heads!

    Your welcome to visit my blog as well. It often deals with subjects focusing on Britain that you might find interesting:

    God Bless,
    Pearl of Tyburn

    1. Thankyou Tyburn, I'll be sure to check your blog regularly. It looks most informative. I agree with your views on Cameron. It's a worry how the Tories have lost their way. My hope is that they grow some backbone.