Saturday, January 11, 2014

Eso’s Chronicles 275 / 1
The ‘Knellen’ of EU Nations
© Eso A.B.
All comments appearing within brackets [ ] are editorial in origin.
I was just finished with a long series of blogs on my blogspot (Esoschronicles) on the theme of ‘The King’. Among the last logs is one where I complain that all too often when I feel the time has come to end a series, some other topic reminds itself, which is why the blog has a PS, and then a PPS, and then even a PPPS—a Post Script to the 3rd power. And here I am with a PPPPS to the 4th power, which I have decided to write as a short pamphlet (= an old name, one that comes from the days way before the arrival of the internet and blogging) or booklet, a name more familiar to those around during the time of the print revolution.
In some ways it is only right that I borrow a word from the days of yore, because not only was the ‘pamphlet’ then in vogue, the King, too, was yet around in livelier form than he-she is today.
This PPPPS to the 4th power was suggested by a News item at the Telegraph, UK  internet site The item reports that a UN official and a vice president of the EU commission, Viviane Reding, slams London “for peddling ‘myths’ about an ‘invasion of foreigners’”, which Reding said were “scare tactics”. Specifically, Reading said:
Most of the things which are told to the people in Great Britain are myths, [and] have nothing to do with reality.”
As we say in polite society: “I beg your pardon, Madam!” I am not a citizen of the UK, but one of a full fledged EU country called Latvia. Moreover, I deeply resent being a part of the EU—for a number of reasons, but the main one is that I was not consulted whether I agreed to the loss of sovereignty for Latvia, a once sovereign country now being forced to submit to the dictates of the European Central Bank (ECB), which it came under (with ever less juridicial arguments to use to slip away) when at the beginning of 2014, Latvia lost its sovereign currency for the slippery eel called the Euro.
This pamphlet is therefore going to be about what I would have said, had the EU dictatorship (headed by Barozzo & Von Rompuy, and my own government) asked me for my thoughts on the subject. I would have said: “I prefer the King to you, Quenelles!*”
The fact that Latvia joined the Euro is due to the traitorous collaboration between the officialdom of the EU and Latvia’s own ever so malleable conspirators against the people of Latvia. The reader will notice (by clicking on the link above) that Viviane Reding dismisses the people, for being ‘populists’ (a dirty word, she believes), and accuses the UK government, led by PM David Cameron as a ‘populist’ and a ‘’Euroskeptic’. Worse, when her words are interpreted right, Reading accuses, none other than the people (the populists) themselves of “destroying the[ir] future … actually”.
Well, madam, as the French comedian Dieudonné  M’Bala M’Bala says through a gesture he has made famous: “Quenelle!*” to you, too. The King is coming up yours. Or maybe you, born into an urban and denaturalized environment, would have him parade as a Queen?
* : “quenelle.As the author of the article Diana Johnstone writes: The quenelle is all too obviously a vulgar gesture roughly meaning “up yours”, with one hand placed at the top of the other arm pointing down to signify “how far up” this is to be.” However, if you think about it, given that the palm of the extended hand is turned down, it may also mean: let it lie, don’t make an issue of it, its not a big deal. Yet again, if officialdom possessively determines that the sign is an anti-Semitic--as the following link hints some groups read it . then why not have populist subjectivism read it to be a French pro-Royalist sign that says: “Curtsy (quenelelle)! (and as we—the public--turn our palms up—we suggest:) here comes the King!” Incidentally, the word ‘quenelle’, is related to the dutch word ‘knellen’, which means ‘oppress’ and ‘squeeze’: , which is what the EU does to the people, the communities, and nations of Europe.

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