Monday, November 30, 2009

A new era of evil opens tomorrow across Europe.

Tomorrow the non-democratic, almost pan-European Constitution, which ends government by parliamentary consent for 27 once Sovereign and independent nations, enters into force. Every once in a while, all that is worst in mankind seems to gain control within Europe, now , once again, we must face such a moment! The efforts of this writer, begun in the early nineteen-nineties, when the true direction of this monstrous conspiracy first became clear to him, have all failed. A new Dark Age opens in Europe from tomorrow. If any glimmer of hope for rescue becomes discernible, I will blog about it here again. Meantime, "Good Luck" to all my readers, especially those now under the control of the European Union!


Sunday, November 29, 2009

Recession overture is over - Dubai Act One Depression begins?

Rod Liddle writing in The Sunday Times this morning, linked here, comments as follows: We are dragged down because our bankers — the ones who dropped us in it last year — bought into this bizarre fiction too. Dubai has a £48 billion debt default and this has a knock-on effect for our own RBS, which was Dubai’s biggest loan arranger to the tune of some £1.4 billion, and HSBC, which has some £10 billion tied up in the state, and Barclays, which has an estimated £3 billion investment there.


Saturday, November 28, 2009

Abu Dhabi to aid Dubai on "case by case" basis!

Bloody awful news for Britain's banks and its bloody worst-ever PM Brown tonight, read the report here from Reuters. Will this "case by case" basis, become the trend in the Euro zone. as formerly sovereign states are picked off one by one in the great Eurozone confidence trick? For example: ECB support for Greece, perhaps but not for Spain.... though if Greece is nicer to the corrupt EU leaders.... vice versa and ECB support for Spain but not for Greece? What a mess! There are no rules folks... the Growth and Stability Pact determining proper behaviour in these events was abandoned years ago, as we blogged earlier this week!!


The City in Peril

The Daily Mail this morning, belatedly has an article on the now almost certain doomsday scenario facing Britain. Read it here. Not mentioned is the fate now awaiting the one wealth creating element of Britain's Labour Party devastated economy, namely the City of London. The EU which gobbles up an ever growing percentage of Britain's real income is now to appoint a Finance Commissioner, read here, with views at the very least likely to hobble, confound and restrict the City's global influence. The UK talent exodus will now gather yet more force, so who will then pay the welfare claimants when Britain can borrow no more?

Friday, November 27, 2009

Nigel Farage on the EU Pygmies


Wednesday, November 25, 2009

EU Police - Dan Hannan MEP


Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Lloyds HBOS and secret 25.4 billion pounds

This blog has always maintained the Lloyds/HBOS arrangement was sure to end in disaster. The main question now, with a huge rights issue dilemma facing investors, is from WHERE did the 25.4 billion used by Lloyds to repay, in January of this year ,the secret Bank of England loan revealed today by Mervyn King, COME .... Could it have been another, as yet undisclosed, secret Bank of England loan? Also worth asking: How could Parliament have been kept in the dark about these huge taxpayer liabilities for a whole year???????? Why was this blog one of the few asking such questions at the time???????? Were not Lloyds shareholders defrauded by the Government??????????? When will the arrests begin?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????


Conflicting headlines proving the World has gone MAD

Six years ago this Thursday (Thanksgiving Day in the USA) the New York Times (linked here) reported as follows: +++++ France and Germany Given More Time to Curb Deficits By MARK LANDLER and PAUL MELLER; Mark Landler reported for this article from Frankfurt and Paul Meller from Brussels. Published: Wednesday, November 26, 2003 Europe's finance ministers have agreed to suspend the fiscal rules that underpin the euro, eliciting sighs of relief from France and Germany, but driving a wedge through the 12-member monetary union and raising fears about the stability of the single currency. +++++ Now we have credit rating agencies warning on the French deficit, read here, with newly planned loans rising above 10 per cent of GDP and the French Finance Minister reportedly stating in face of German complaints "We ar not Germans". And the Euro is a success??


Conflicting headlines to prove Conservatives are Clueless!

Osborne: we will pay people to recycle! The Independent

Britain is out of money

IMF's Dominique Strauss-Khan says the road ahead is far from clear. Daily Telegraph


Sunday, November 22, 2009

Nick Clegg talks sense again.

What is happening to the Liberal/Democrats? Most of their MPs have emerged from the expenses relatively unscathed - now their leader, horrible eu-federalist though he may be, was making perfect sense in his interview on the Andrew Marr Show on BBC1 this morning, in complete contrast to the dreadful performance offered by the leader of the supposed main opposition party David Cameron, who seemed to make staying within the corrupt and now clearly sinking EU his main priority above all other policy areas. Cameron's Party Chairman, the smarmy stupid and overbearing Eric Pickles was meantime being revealed over the breakfast tables of the nation as a former ardent Marxist in the Sunday Times.... figures! Check my blog of Ukip Uncovered for a possible best way forward to handle this situation


Unanimity of Thursday's votes points to EU Fascism

A feature of dictatorships around the world is the imitation they make of democratic procedures which they subsequently cannot resist manipulating to inevitably result in near unanimous decisions. Even Saddam Hussein used only to achieve about 98% of such votes however! Last Thursday the thoroughly worthless two candidates for the post of EU Council President and High Representative achieved unanimous support from the 27 democracy destroyers who once led a similar number of fully free and independent nation states. Such notions of freedom, democracy and independence will be gone on 1st December, just nine sole remaining days! Only nine days for one former sovereign nation to rescind their ratification of this dreadful Lisbon Treaty! Fat chance if their supposed democracy loving elected leaders are anything to go by. How can two candidates merely looking like they do ever have been appointed unanimously? Even less likely when considering their absence of credentials. The appointees are so lacking in credibility and experience that contacts of mine from across the world have reacted with contempt and derision. Perhaps a good thing as international repugnance at what is taking place in Europe is possibly one of the few hopes left for sanity, accountability and decency to be restored. Cannot Britain and France be removed from the UN Security Council and the other 25 nations removed from the UN General Assembly on the grounds that they now cease to exist as independent states? But would that let in the loathsome EU itself ? A dreadful possibility now that it has been granted a legal personality by the treacherous fawning fools we ourselves voted in and who have now appointed Hertz Van Rumplestiltskin (lovely illustration of the new EU President with the fairy tale princess halfway through the Wikipedia story, if you click on the name) and Baroness Mandelpawn. At least in the United Kingdom the reality of the disaster is about to be brought home, a brilliant illustration of our plight and the pretence of the power now missing from our elected representatives has appeared on another blog linked above and here. The Sunday Times this morning has its main article on Mandelson's new ambitions, linked here and here.


Friday, November 20, 2009

Europe's new rulers!

Only one name among the powerful and shady conspirators who have so successfully and skilfully brought Europe to this non-democratic pass has so far emerged. Details, naturally enough, are few and largely unnoticed by the mainstream media who have been the willing pawns in this destruction of decent values and openness. The man concerned, new Council Secretary-General to the EU, is naturally enough a French career 'fonctionaire' Pierre de Boissieu. This man will control the huge and greedy bureaucracy of the EU and himself be controlled by shady and anonymous figures who still remain carefully hidden behind the scenes. The ludicrous appearing and completely unknown former Belgian PM and now EU President, Herman Van Rompuy, will, little doubt,be an early facilitator for a later, all-powerful figure who will presumably become known to us all soon enough. Apparently unaware of the clear ridiculousness of his position, the new EU President announced in his acceptance press conference that he would in future represent the new EU Common Foreign Policy at summits with other world leaders such as the USA, China and India (if I recall the list correctly). The High Representative for Foreign Affairs, the unknown and never elected socialist from Britain, Baroness Catherine Ashton, would thus be nothing of the kind, something of a relief given her almost total lack of foreign experience, indeed complete lack of achievements of any kind other than pushing the Lisbon Treaty through the British House of Lords, largely occupied these days by retired EU troughers, the senile and the cronies to New Labour. In a presentation to the secretive Bilderberger Croup a few days ago, the new President reportedly stated his main ambition will be to gain direct tax raising powers for the already overgreedy EU while he last evening publicly advanced the usual 'social' aspects. Hopefully his lack of charisma will be matched by a similar absence of the necessary guile to achieve either of these ends. On 1st December 2009 the key fact for Britain will be the take-over of the country by the first EU Proconsul, the half blind, completely deranged, economically incompetent and deficient specimen of humanity, Gordon Brown. In the wings waiting to take over the post will be the vapid and shallow ex-marketing man David Cameron, who no doubt will make much of the panapolies of power. In reality expanding absolute power will be being carefully manipulated, completely anonymously from somewhere in the central eastern regions of the economically declining EU. Shaded no doubt with a view to French interests by Monsieur Boissieu. Cameron's Deputy, William Hague, as British Foreign Secretary, who for his past about-turns and deviousness on questions of the EU, fully deserves the humiliation of deferring in his portfolio to the non-entity duo of Catherine Ashton, herself ostensibly reporting to Herman Van Rompuy. Looking to history for a precedent I am drawn to Cardinal Richelieu. In pursuit of wealth and absolute power, which he could manipulate behind the scenes, he destroyed the hugely prosperous trading networks of the prosperous western regions of France, built a citadel at Brouage to hoard his wealth from where the sea was already receding while the wealth went to the new nations to the West, together with much of Franc's entrepreneurial population. Is Monsieur Boisseu another such or is the new Richelieu still to emerge? The flight from the EU., already well begun will now gather momentum, that is one thing for sure. The citizens of the EU are poorer this morning with far worse to follow from !st December. We await the arrival of a new John Churchill, hopefully not for the 77 years which passed between the fall of La Rochelle and the Battle of Blenheim. Even a hundred years is worth waiting to remove despotic rule and absolute power which the EU is increasingly appearing to represent.


Thursday, November 19, 2009

Democracy's Destroyers Dine to Deliver Despotism

Twenty-seven of the lowest of the low within Europe (self-deluded that they are in reality la crème de la crème) at this moment meet together (with long-handled spoons, one trusts,) to promote a suitably malleable puppet President for the European Union; as former democratic leaders of sovereign states they have debased and deceived the people of Europe to deliver an entity of which mankind - not just Europeans should be thoroughly ashamed! We must now await the results of their closed-door, non-democratic manoeuvrings to see the self-serving and shameful appointees who emerge. In the stakes of shame for this entire eight year long squalid saga, most of which is painstakingly detailed in the archives of this blog (plus its predecessor Ironies) at the forefront stand the British politicians, whose lies and double-dealing to both Parliament and their domestic electorate go unparalleled elsewhere in the now thoroughly shamed and decadent EU.


Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Treacherous Queen - Thread Treasures - Thirty-nine

In response to s a stupid comment (link) by Simon Heffer in today's Daily Telegraph on the morning of the disgraceful further opening of this treasonous Parliament - +++++

She is not a "beloved Queen". She ratified without murmur the Lisbon Treaty and gave away our sovereignty. Therefore she is no longer fit to be Head of State, no longer fit to have my allegiance and should be tried for treason along with every other member of Parliament who was complicit in accepting the Lisbon Treaty. She should stand up and say "NO MORE, YOU HAVE DESTROYED THIS COUNTRY IN THE LAST 13 YEARS", dissolve parliament, get everyone who has served in Government at whatever level in the past 13 years into court as traitors, repeal just about every piece of legislation on the statute books except the Magna Carta and 1689 Bill of Rights (which still exists, is still legally binding and has never been repealed) and then we can start all over again to re-build OUR country.

John Leslie
on November 18, 2009
at 06:52 AM


Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Inflation realities - Thread Treasures - Thirty-eight

In response to a first rate description of Britain's inflation realities by Mark Bathgate, 'The Gathering Storm" linked here, comes this from The Spectator Coffee House :


November 17th, 2009 7:58pm Report this comment

For me, the real issue here is the complete and utter failure of the UK's constitutional and democratic processes.

How can it be that we still face many months of being "governed" (shafted) by a group of political gangsters and shysters that have done more damage to this country in a decade than any external threat ever visited upon us?

The problem is that the damage is latent.

There will be a great and terrible unfolding of Gordon Brown's unholy economic legacy over the coming years. Most folk remain blissfully unaware of the pent up catastrophe that the Labour Party will hand over to the largely clueless Tories in the spring of next year.

All this seems fitting on a day when we learn that the UK has slipped further down the league of the world's most corrupt countries, thanks mainly to the venality of our political class.

How did it get to this? I suppose we only have ourselves to blame; or am I being too harsh on the ordinary bloke here? Is it the case that our society is fractured?

Perhaps we now have a political class (mafia) and all its hangers on ... and the rest of us dolts being taken for the mother of all rides.

Do we have to put up with this? Or can we withdraw our consent to be governed by an increasingly corrupt few?


Monday, November 16, 2009

Treasures from the Threads - Number thirty-seven

Denis Cooper to the Daily Telegraph on the ever closer union, linked here: The EU is an international organisation established by treaties between its sovereign member states, and the presumption is that the member states are above all committed to "ever closer union", ultimately leading to their fusion into a single sovereign state. It may be a federation like the US or Australia, as envisaged in the 1950 Schuman Declaration proposing a European Coal and Steel Community: Europa link "a first step in the federation of Europe", "the first concrete foundation of a European federation"; or it may be a unitary state; but either way in the end the national sovereignty of the member states must be formally transferred to the new single European state, which will take its place on the world stage alongside the other sovereign states. That commitment was in the very first line of the Preamble to the 1957 Treaty of Rome, immediately after the list of the six heads of state who were making the treaty: "DETERMINED to lay the foundations of an ever-closer union among the peoples of Europe" and it was re-iterated in the Preamble to the Maastricht Treaty on European Union: "RESOLVED to continue the process of creating an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe". and well as in its Article 1, and it will still be there after December 1st when the Lisbon Treaty comes into force. If the people of a country allow its government and Parliament to sign them up to a constant, unlimited process of "ever closer union" with the peoples of other countries, then they can't keep complaining whenever they find themselves subjected to that process of "ever closer union"; in fact there would be more legitimate grounds for complaint if the governments of other countries failed to live up to their solemn commitment and obstructed the process of "ever closer union". But if they don't want to be part of that process of "ever closer union", they need to elect a majority of MPs who will insist that the government negotiates a new and very different treaty, one predicated on the assumption that they wish their country to remain an independent sovereign state. There's no feasible middle path here, no chance of being technically signed up for the principle of "ever closer union" but cleverly avoiding it having any practical effects; just as there's no chance of being "In Europe but not run by Europe", as Hague so misleadingly puts it
Denis Cooper
on November 16, 2009
at 10:16 AM

HM the Queen has the Power, Perogative and Duty to save England

I repeat my headline, "HM the Queen has the Power, Prerogative and Duty to save England". Parliament stands prorogued, the Royal Prerogative until 18th November can now only rest with the Monarch. England is about to be disbanded and absorbed into alien and foreign control. My post of last Saturday morning beneath this makes clear that this is the intention and a standing note to MPs in the House of Commons Library has made this fact quite clear to these same MPs since last year. Members of Parliament with English constituencies or connections should feel their necks frequently between now and next Wednesday's commencement of the new Parliamentary session and imagine the feel of an encircling rope. There is plenty of doubt that the ancient non-amendable statutes at the bed-rock of England's unwritten Constitution have sufficient legal effect to still retain the ancient penalty for High Treason. In two weeks time the Lisbon Treaty will enter into force. The deliberate destruction of England, already carefully planned, will then be put into effect and our corrupt politicians will no longer be able to hide the truth from their constituents nor demand further sacrifices from our armed forces in support of a nation that no longer exists. The Queen has these final 14 days to demand the return of the wrongfully ratified Treaty of Lisbon and put the promised question of its acceptability to the voters or preferably demand an immediate General Election so that a new Parliament can decide the Treaty's future considering the terms of her own Coronation Oath. MPs of the past Parliament should at the very least be denied a comfortable retirement. Hopefully this blog will remain on the record denying any legitimate defense of ignorance when the fuller facts become clear, possibly even by the end of this year. House of Commons Library Standard Note (Number SN/IA/4894 ) of course already remains on the record ..... feel your throats and think carefully! UPDATE at 0815 GMT Nick Clegg, Liberal Democrat Leader at least agrees there should be no more business as usual from next Wednesday, read here.

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Friday, November 13, 2009

The dissolution of England

The following is from a House of Commons Library Standard Note (Number SN/IA/4894 ) briefing note: 2.4 The Arc Manche/Transmanche Region According to Noakes the EU regional divisions across national borders mean that people living in Kent and East Sussex will no longer be part of the UK but will join the Transmanche region. This region will include parts of Northern France, the North Sea region including eastern England and parts of Scandinavia, Germany and the Low Countries. Western Britain and Ireland would be in the Atlantic region and include parts of France, Spain and Portugal. Noakes elaborates: Counties along England’s south coast form the “Manche Region” along with northern France. The “Atlantic Region” takes in western England, along with Ireland, Wales and parts of Portugal, Spain, France and Scotland. Meanwhile eastern England is part of the “North Sea Region”, which covers areas of Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Norway and the Netherlands. The UK Government is fully behind the project, even though the words “England” and “Britain” are left off official maps of each area and the Manche Region renames the English Channel “The Channel Sea”. Each region, which will be given taxpayers’ money to promote trade links, cultural ties, transport policies and tourism, is to be run by a “managing authority” of unelected officials overseen by a director. None will be based in the UK, Manche will be ruled by the French, Atlantic by the Portuguese and North Sea by the Danes. The regions have legal status and Manche has a budget of £261 million between 2007 and 2013, Atlantic £127million and North Sea £219million. 7 Every project funded by a region must have a publicity campaign which ensures “there is provision for flying the EU flag at least one week every year”. Britain has now become a province and its "Mother of Parliaments," a regional assembly. And that's no small humiliation for a country that gave the world English and saved Western civilization in the Battle of Britain in 1940.9 The Arc Manche or Transmanche region is voluntary network of French regions and English local authorities which border the English Channel (La Manche). Arc Manche describes itself as follows: Arc Manche is a flexible network of French Regions and British local authorities along the Channel. Its aims are: - to co-operate on themes of common interest, - to reinforce the links between both sides of the Channel. Arc Manche involves in its aims and outputs various categories of stakeholders, bodies and local authorities of the Channel.10 More to follow!!!!!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Reflections post -Armistice Day 2009

The Daily Mail did a well illustrated report, linked here, on the service in Westminster Abbey yesterday, well illustrated with pictures of our leaders, who having sold out their country, had the gall to attend, my comment for the Mail's column was the following: ++++++++++++++++

A fitting day of remembrance on the proper day, too often not the case in the recent past! We must be grateful that the three surviving Great War veterans, present at these ceremonies last year, at least were spared surviving to see the Lisbon Treaty come into force on the first day of next month. How would these men have felt to witness everything of value and worth, for which their generation made such incredible sacrifices, trashed in such a manner. Not only the democracy for which their womenfolk were then still striving, but the very independence of their then Great Nation - now thrown away for nothing. Worse still, to have witnessed the culprits, their once rulers, on this Armistice Day, gathered together in mocking feigned respect, knowing full well that it was they who had jointly plotted and conspired with other leaders across Europe to impose this new Popperian tyranny.

Click to rate Rating 31 ++++++++++++++++


Picking EU leaders without democracy

The Times this morning has prepared an interesting graphic illustrating the totally sick state of EU politics, operating in a democracy free zone, just as our elected national leaders planned - may none of the latter ever again achieve an elected office! Simply click here to view but first have an air sick bag or other vomit container close-by!


Wednesday, November 11, 2009

EU Home Affairs - 'The Stockholm Programme'

Extract from a House of Lords report published 9th November 2009 on our ongoing enslavement, from which I quote just this: Given the importance of the work of this group, and its influence on the preparation of the programme, it is unfortunate that its work was conducted without any sort of public consultation or involvement,9 and that the report it produced in June 2008 received scarcely any publicity, and indeed is barely accessible to the public.10 The full report may be read from this link.

Telegraph Group Censorship

I tried to post the following comment to a first rate article by Simon Heffer on the lamentable David Cameron this morning: +++++++++++++++++ Roger Smith @06:11 stated: "However, my apologies to the moderators: they are now allowing posts that call into question Cameron's right to rule." Wow! Does this mean some freedom of speech has returned and the Telegraph group will resume accepting my comments? I will watch this space with interest! ++++++++++++++++ I arrived at this page when clicking "Post Comment" Answer enough!

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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

My Comment to The Times on Tories below 40%

Martin Cole wrote:
There is a very real dilemma arising here for the next UKIP leader who will shortly be selected. The country is crying out for reform of Parliament and pretty much united in its outrage against the three main parties who have jointly corrupted our parliamentary system of governance while reneging on their unanimous commitment to a referendum on the latest EU Treaty. Yesterday in Parliament the main opposition laid grave charges at the door of Government Ministers over alleged immigration manipulations for party political gain. Could such attacks diminish the dangers of a new informal electoral arrangement becoming generally acceptable, such that the three main strands of England's voter outrage represented by the UKIP, the English Democrats and the BNP could ensure not only a hung parliament, but one that could force resolution of the main issues of their concerns as a prerequisite for the formation of any new Government. Can the nation really afford UKIP, The English Democrats and the BNP running against one another across England? It was such a movement that we hoped might bring the necessary changes when we formed Veritas just ahead of the last general election, what we were then proposing can now be seen to be almost 100 per cent correct. A combined front is, however, the first necessity!
November 10, 2009 7:54 AM GMT on

Monday, November 09, 2009

William Hague - unfit for Richmond, Parliament and even the Foreign Office!

Each morning, one of the first things I see is an oil painting of Richmond in Yorkshire. This was, I believe, a wedding present for one of the daughters of a former editor of the local Richmond newspaper, Mark Fooks. This gentleman later went on to work at The Northern Echo in Darlington where he regularly wrote of the values he endeavoured to live by and instilled in his sole Grandson. While I would not suggest that all these values were always entirely practiced by that gentleman himself, he nevertheless handed them down lock, stock and barrel to his own eldest Grandson, yours truly, the humble scribbler of this blog. What a shock, therefore, to witness the dreadful weasel words and prevarications over the payments of UK taxes by Tory big whig Lord Ashcroft offered by William Hague MP for Richmond in Yorkshire, presumed Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party and likely next Secretary of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. This occurred yesterday morning on the Andrew Marr programme. When the transcript of the programme and/or a video of the disgraceful pantomime is available, they will be added to this blog posting. Meantime a copy of this post is being forwarded to the Chairman and members of Mr Hague's local Conservative Association so that urgent de-selection may be considered. If Richmond in Yorkshire can vote for such a man to again represent them in the next Parliament, then the entire country truly has gone to the dogs!


Sunday, November 08, 2009

Law Breakers at the Home Office

The Sunday Times reveals some shocking facts about the deliberate sabotage of Britain by Labour Ministers and their civil servants in an article this morning, linked here. Anger, as opposed to the normal straightforward humour is displayed in the same paper's column by Jeremy Clarkson, linked here:
Jeremy Clarkson

Get me a rope before Mandelson wipes us all out

It’s a lovely idea, to get out of this stupid, Fairtrade, Brown-stained, Mandelson-skewed, equal-opportunities, multicultural hellhole


Worse, somehow, that it was deliberately and illegally created by our own elected politicians and their supposed independent civil servants!!


Treasures from the threads number thirty-six

In response to an article of pure garbage from the formerly astute commentator Janet Daley comes this brilliant piece of advice:

It is not only the EU that concerns most people in this country, it is also immigration. We all know that is uncontrollable because we are part of the EU. And yet Cameron this week said he would welcome Turkey and other countries to join this corrupt club! Since Cameron displayed his cowardness, and his betrayal of the British people, I have sent an email every day to him and Hague, asking them to stand down and let someone who cares about this country take over. You can do the same by emailing and It would be great if their inbox was stuffed with such emails every day! I despise them more than words can possibly say. They are as traitorous as those MPs who denied us a referendum. I shall do everything in my power to replace my Tory MP if he sides with Cameron, and he knows that I mean it!

Sweet Pea
on November 08, 2009
at 06:56 AM


Saturday, November 07, 2009

My comment to Matthew Parris today

I regularly comment upon the Saturday columns in The Times by Matthew Parris, as he is one of the few within the MMS of the UK who does not restricict himself to reports upon the movements of the shadows on the walls of Plato's cave. I thought I would in future add these to this blog for my own ease of future reference. The column today was on Afghanistan and Parliament and is linked here. My comment was:
Martin Cole wrote:
There is a common thread which runs throughout these arguments. Mr Parris ignores it, but it will not now go away. It is of course the Lisbon Treaty. Our Parliament is now powerless. Both MPs and the Government are neutered, further engagement by our troops supposedly now on behalf of our new Continental masters is pointless. General Motors have recognized the new reality if not the Obama administration. Technology protection was one reason given for canceling the Opel/Magna deal. Any further British soldiers' lives wasted in protecting a special UK/US relationship which post-Lisbon (absent a non-Conservative/Labour/LibDem next govenment)is absolutely doomed, would be an obscenity. Does anybody in Parliament really believe that anything other than that special relationship is involved concerning our presence in Helmand? Do any still believe such a relationship can now have a future?
November 7, 2009 8:42 AM GMT on


Friday, November 06, 2009

Robert Kilroy Silk on Lisbon Ratification

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

The evil that is the EU will, eventually, one day pass

Rome never looks where she treads.
 Always her heavy hooves fall
On our stomachs, our hearts or our heads;
 And Rome never heeds when we bawl.
Her sentries pass on--that is all,
  And we gather behind them in hordes,
And plot to reconquer the Wall,
  With only our tongues for our swords.

We are the Little Folk--we!
  Too little to love or to hate.
Leave us alone and you'll see
  How we can drag down the State!
We are the worm in the wood!
 We are the rot at the root!
We are the taint in the blood!
  We are the thorn in the foot!

Mistletoe  killing  an  oak--
 Rats gnawing cables in two--
Moths making holes in a cloak--
 How they must love what they do!
Yes--and we Little Folk too,
 We are busy as they--
Working our works out of view--
 Watch, and you'll see it some day!

No indeed! We are not strong,
 But we know Peoples that are.
Yes, and we'll guide them along
 To smash and destroy you in War!
We shall be slaves just the same?
 Yes, we have always been slaves,
But you--you will die of the shame,
 And then we shall dance on your graves!

    We are the Little Folk, we, etc.

Rudyard Kipling Á Pict Song

The Dark Ages begin again, no further point in blogging.

All decency seems forlorn, possibly forever lossed!


Lisbon Treaty requires British Afghan withdrawal.

When the Lisbon Treaty enters into force, probably on 1st December, Britain will become a group of small non-sovereign, non-democratic islands with political leaders prime candidates for treason charges and a monarch unworthy to hold the Crown. It will have, among a whole host of other serious sovereign trappings of nationhood, given away its right to set its own Foreign policy, and indeed even the right of carrying out its own representation of its own interests abroad. Madness then for its troops to continue being killed in Afghanistan, where as a former Government Foreign Minister has this morning pointed out, read here, a second front may soon be opened at home. Those statist bullies who have rammed through the Lisbon Treaty by deceit and cunning should send their own nationals to die in foreign lands for something in which they perhaps believe - the EU.

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Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Czech Court clears Lisbon Treaty

The Czech Constitutional Court has cleared the Lisbon Treaty. So the long battle against a tyrannical constitution for Europe ends. All is lost. Democracy is dead within and across the EU. Worse still, throughout the process decency, honesty and truth in the political process has been at first ignored and subsequently destroyed. This is a black, black day for mankind.


Monday, November 02, 2009

Bruges Group slams Cameron's BETRAYAL

Barry Legg, Co-Chairman of the Bruges Group and former Chief Executive of the Conservative Party says, “David Cameron needs to come clean with the British people: why is he breaking his pledge to hold a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty? “There was absolutely no wriggle room in the unambiguous pledge he made in September 2007. He offered a “cast iron guarantee” to put any treaty in front of the voters. Why has he changed his mind now? What has changed his mind now? “It cannot be good enough for a man who wants to be British Prime Minister to hide behind the leader of any other European state. Václav Klaus is a hero in his own country for having stood up to Communism. David Cameron seemingly can’t even stand up for his own past promises. “What is the point in David Cameron upending one pledge on Europe , but promising he’ll offer us yet more European promises in his general election manifesto? Why will they be any more credible than the ‘cast-iron guarantee’ he has just broken? “How can David Cameron claim he’ll fight to repatriate powers from Brussels when he won’t even fight to implement his own past words? “When David Cameron made his pledge to readers of The Sun to hold a referendum on Lisbon, he said this about the Prime Minister: The final reason we must have a vote is trust. Gordon Brown talks about "new" politics. But there's nothing "new" about breaking your promises to the British public. It's classic Labour . . . Small wonder that so many people don't believe a word politicians ever say if they break their promises so casually. “The Tory leader stands condemned by his own words. “David Cameron’s future European policy is now incoherent, disingenuous and utterly unconvincing. This is a dark day for the Tory party, but a worse one for Britain .”

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