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Jaroslav PASKA is a member of the vile racist, sexually intollerant, xenophobic EFD, which not only espouses and incites violence in pursuit of its political aims but also practices such violence and in association supporting pro EU Politicians and some with an overt anti Jewish stance. That The Pan EU Political Party EFD grouping is partly defined by its homophobia is irrefutable.
With hindsight it seems Farage did not act on principles but seemingly for personal gain in the IndDemGroup as he seems all too willing to prostitute his party, his Country and his principles now that it happens to suit him financially and in terms of authority in forming his squalid Pan EU Political Party grouping of The EFD.
It is also noted his untrustworthy and duplicitous little side kick Mark Croucher is also acting with Farage to assist in the promotion of this Racist homophobic claque when previously he made much of telling lies about people to try to damage them by falsely branding them as anti Jewish, BNP supporters and anti homosexual based on his own concocted lies. We note it is he who actually practices and assists these disgusting values!
Saturday, 20 March 2010
The Parliamentary Assembly is one of the Council of Europe’s two main statutory bodies and represents the main political tendencies in its member states. The Assembly sees itself as the driving force in extending European co-operation. Like the European parliament, members of the assembly sit in political groups, one of which is the European Democratic Group (EDG). Between 2007 - 2009, the vice-chair of this integrationist group was Jaroslav Paska, now sitting as an MEP in Nigel Farage's EFD group.
Paska is also a member of the "Euronest" parliamentary group, which seeks to establish enhanced relations with the EU's neighbouring states, many of which aspire to EU accession.
Speaking in the European Parliament Paska called for greater cooperation amongst EU member states in fighting the economic crisis: "I would like to point out that the Lisbon Treaty is entering into force at a time of economic crisis in Europe. The current decisions of the governments that have taken steps to overcome the economic crisis were not effective, were not efficient and from this perspective, I think that we must proceed in future in a more coordinated way and not take ad hoc decisions which fail to produce a sufficient effect in terms of supporting employment and economic development." he said.
Paska not only advocates greater cooperation, he wants to enforce it. In a recent question to the European Commission he wrote about: "recent developments in energy regulation in Greece which require immediate attention, since they depart from the agreed EU policy on the promotion of high-efficiency cogeneration."
Complaining about a two year delay in the implementation of a Commission directive in Greece, he finished by asking:
"What is the Commission doing to ensure that the Greek Government complies with the relevant directive?"
Could Nigel farage, and indeed his fellow MEPs, please explain to UKIP members exactly how the party's association with Mr Paska - a vice chair of the EFD group - will help get Britain out of the EU?
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