For Europe, Against the EU
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For Europe, Against the EU

Greece: a police state
made by the EU

The EU is usually the first to moralise about human rights and democracy, but not when it comes to Greece.

Why the EU is treating Greece as a moral punchbag

In a speech in Athens, Brendan O'Neill argued that it is the EU's crisis of moral authority that has made it so hysterically anti-Greek.

5 March 2012

A ‘human-rights sceptic’ and proud of it

Anyone who values liberty should be a card-carrying ‘sceptic’ of the European Court of Human Rights.

5 March 2012

Making the fiskalpakt Ireland-proof

The EU is doing everything it can to ensure that the Irish referendum is stitched up before a vote is cast.

9 February 2012

‘You can be a European and be against the EU’

A young camera crew took to the streets and found opposition to the EU is not just for ‘little Englanders’.

23 January 2012

Message to EU meddlers: Hands off Hungary!

Brussels’ culture war against the ‘white savages’ of Hungary is destroying democracy and helping to boost reactionary right-wingers.

9 November 2011

Berlusconi: don’t turn a scoundrel into a scapegoat

Whatever else he might have done, Italy’s prime minister is hardly to blame for Europe’s crisis of capitalism and political leadership.

3 November 2011

Beware of Greeks bearing votes!

The Euro-elites’ horror at the proposal to hold a Greek referendum on the bailout shows that Europe is at risk of democratic bankruptcy.

26 October 2011

EU referendum: democracy is not a ‘distraction’

We cannot suspend democratic debate about Europe’s future while watching the political elites bungle the economic crisis.

4 October 2011

Euro-crisis: dictatorship of the bean-counters

The bankrupting of democracy is too high a price to pay for the Euro-elites’ scheme to save their system through more austerity and integration.