Don't trust Nick - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Gilad
    • 06.05.10 | 01:16 (IDT)

    Nick Clegg is just a pan-european. He is a stereotype. He wanted the UK in the Euro which would have led to a similar result as greece faces. He wants to integrate the UK in to the EU and remove it's judicial indepedence and it's right to decide it's fiscal policy. He is simply surrendering the UK's independent nature to unelected EU members. Most of his views seem to resemble what you'd expect in Germany or possibly France, not the UK! We in the UK have a different view and we don't need this pan-europeanism to wash away the UK history and heritage under the blissful banner of 'we can achieve more united' that we can see has worked wonders for Greece. Nick's party is full of liberal racists such as Tongue, who are simply elitists. Nick himself is an elitist claiming to represent change from the long line of elites who rule the country. He'd surrender the UKs nuclear deterent, the legal system and he wants to give away the UK pound while adding 1.2m ILLEGAL immigrants to the welfare and health systems (people likely to vote for him). This is a sick joke and if people knew the full picture they'd abandon ship on droves.

    from the article: Nick Clegg to Haaretz: I admire Israel, but won't stop criticizing its government
    First published 23:44 05.05.10 | Last updated 23:44 05.05.10
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