While the leaders of Member States continue to pour money into the ever widening maw of fiscal incompetence that is the European Union and the dream of maintaining the failure of it's euro currency, the journey to ever closer union remains very much on track.
That the charge of 'guilty' can be be laid at Cameron's door is illustrated by his belief that the euro must be maintained and that the 17 eurozone member states should integrate even further just creates another self-made problem for the chief executive of EU region UK. Andrew Grice, writing in the Independent, rather starkly expands on Cameron's self-made problem when he writes:
"The inevitable fiscal union among the euro countries will push the UK into the outer zone. British ministers fear the 17 eurozone nations will form a "caucus" which fixes the key decisions before they go to all 27 EU members. Brave talk about Britain heading the 10 second-division teams is just that; seven are committed to joining the euro. Whatever pledges are made not to exclude the "outs", the reality is that many of the rules affecting the single market, the City of London and British industry could be decided by the 17, who might not exactly have UK interests at heart."The UK may have an opt-out from euro membership but, unfortunately, with that membership due to increase, coupled with increasing EU 'oversight' of member state's budgets, it is easy to see the situation whereby Cameron will be the one seated at a white covered table, having the riot act read to him - and being reminded that legal agreements can just as easily be 'amended'.
One day the British public - and possibly just not them, but also the public in other member states - will wake up to the fact that all this money being used to prop up a failed idea and failing currency is actually their money. When that realization finally dawns, then events really will get interesting. Earlier today I linked to a podcast involving Richard North and Christopher Booker discussing matters EU, euro and the New World Order. At the end of the discussion Richard North made the point that matters will eventually need to be resolved either by the people halting this madness through the ballot box, or the alternative will be civil wars within individual countries.
That this madness can only be prevented from ever reoccurring is by means of a move to a participatory form of government, one that as I posted earlier finally does put the master/servant relationship back to where it should be.