Friday, April 9, 2010
Despite having had imposed the maximum fine for 'undesired' behaviour, Nigel Farage continues to point out the fact that the EU President, a position that according to demissionary MP Peter Balkenende did not exist and hence there was no constitutional nature in the Lisbon
TreasonTreaty so the 2005's referendum's NO could be overruled, is an appointed position, not an elected one. Herman van Rompuy was selected, not elected, by other unelected officials, removing the vox populi from the political process in the EU. The peoples of Europe have no means to remove this man from office, as he, and most of his accomplices, are not accountable to anyone.