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  • n. Plural form of federast.


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  • Dear old korski forever banging the federasts 'drum.

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  • They get loads of money for themselves and for their idiotic projects, and the higher the level of decision making, the more money there is and the less accountability for results, which explains why they are mostly EU federasts.

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  • In addition, arrogant and triumphalist federasts will feel unable to restrain themselves and will quickly begin to speak of the grandiose plans they have for yet more power grabs.

    Archive 2008-03-02

  • On the other hand it also calls into question the whole notion of a ‘common foreign and security policy’ so beloved of the Euro Nabobery and other assorted federasts.

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  • And remember how federasts will always tell you that the European Community, etc, preserved peace in Western Europe for fifty years as if Germany and France were itching for a third re-match, or the collective threat of the USSR didn't unite us in NATO.

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  • The are all wild eyed federasts, the very antithesis of Wise.

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  • What the federasts fail to do is to address the real EU issues, like a run away budget, an evil agricultural policy or the unnecessary loss of our nation.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Idiots like Juncker and his fellow federasts, accept some freeing up of markets as a way of achieveing the useless political union that they dreams of.

    Archive 2006-04-01


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