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As true freedom loving patriots should behave.

And the question remains for me: what the The Finns MEPs do? (Sampo Terho seen standing in attention observing the anthem).They are a gross disappointment for believing that they can ‘reform’ an institution that has built in mechanisms to sideline any such efforts.

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“National democracy and EU membership are incompatible. We will do everything we can to free ourselves from this corrupt institution.”


The UK Independence Party’s new Members of the European Parliament have turned their backs on the official ceremonies of the opening of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, according to reports on social networking website Twitter.

Most of the party’s 24 MEPs are believed to have taken part in the protest, standing up and turning their backs while the theme tune to the European Union was played: Beethoven’s Ode to Joy.

It is effectively a ‘theme tune’ (or maybe even a ‘loony tune’) since there is no official anthem of the EU – and attempts to create one were slapped down during the course of the drafting of the Lisbon Treaty.

The Liberal Democrats’ only remaining MEP Catherine Bearder tweeted, “Shocking disrespect from UKIP and others to turn back on orchestra at opening ceremony,” though she did not say who the lack of respect was for. Presumably, she meant the European Union. As a representative of the United Kingdom, the fact that Bearder may be forgetting where her loyalties should lie so early in this parliamentary session is disconcerting.

Newly elected MEP Janice Atkinson even tweeted a picture of her spoiled ballot paper, showing that she approves of none of the candidates for the president of the European Parliament.

UKIP Deputy leader Paul Nuttall MEP told Breitbart London: “We don’t recognise or respect the EU flag or anthem. They are both symbols of our servitude inside a political union which the British people reject.

“We will do everything we can in European Parliament to oppose the Federalist system which ignores our national democracy and pushes millions of people across Europe into poverty and unemployment. We stand up for our people, not the EU flag and anthem.

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One Response

  1. I suppose they imagined that a little bit of “culture” in the guise of a flautist playing to the strains of Deutschland Uber Alles would somehow make it all alright.

    But even when you put lipstick on a pig . . . . .

    Pride and arrogance goeth before a fall.

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