Wednesday, 1 July 2009


Hello again folks! Welcome to the second half of 2009! The news today is plastered with the story that after twenty [20] years; the EU is relaxing its rule book regarding the required specifications of our fruit and vegetables! Yes, it's true:
So - we are going to see the return of the bent banana; curly carrot and knobbly nectarines! This news has been been added to today's news roster as a kind of lighthearted afterthought to counter the reams of bad news we are subjected to each day.
And, naturally, most folks will think it typical of those silly, insignificant, faceless bureaucrats in Brussels & Strasbourg - with a wink and a wry smile. Their perception of the EU being a white elephant of an assembly over on the continent making irrelevant decisions will be reinforced. But I think this is a masterstroke of PR!
Stories [propaganda?] like this are much easier to broadcast to the EU population and they will [eventually] drink it in. Of course; they will not hear in anything like the same measure any 'negative' news on the subject of the EU or its impending explosion of power over their countries affairs. They will not be given the chance, of course, to even exercise their right to vote on the Lisbon Treaty [a.k.a. the EU constitution].
So this supposedly comical piece of news is really something else. It is a Trojan Horse to brainwash the EU populace into believing that the EU is something that it is not or will ever be hereafter. Swallow those wonky fruit and uneven vegetables while your EU masters connive to 'persuade' the Irish to accept the Lisbon Treaty - so that it cannot be repealed.
It's rather like arranging a party the day before a mass execution. "Don't swallow the aspirin before you get a headache" is what I am trying to say today. The EU movers and shakers are not interested in your irregular veggies; they're after your very country. You have been warned! Be Bereans; watchmen must warn; evangelists must compel!
God bless you and God bless Israel ... Keith J Sinclair ... 01-July-2009

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