The EU has revealed its true nature: a federalist monster that will not stop until nations are abolished

It was always the aim of the European project, from its very inception in 1951 with the Treaty of Paris, signed on 18th April 1951 between Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, Italy and West Germany to established the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) (which is traditionally regarded as the foundation of the EU because it led to political and economic integration to a certain degree in western Europe as well as providing the basis for the modern EU) and the March 25th 1957 signing of the Treaty of Rome to establish a fully integrated federal superstate called the United States of Europe in which the concept of individual national sovereignty for each member state is complexly destroyed and Europe becomes a single , centralised political entity ruled from Brussels. Ted Heath knew this full well when he conned the UK public into voting for entry into the then European Economic Community, supposedly just a free trading bloc and nothing else. He had been briefed by the Civil Service that membership would entail the eventual complete loss of the UK’s sovereignty and our eventual absorption into a European superstate. We were sold the European project on a tissue of lies (note well please, Anna Soubry.)

This deception continued in subsequent decades with politicians of all parties and political shades signing the UK up to various stages of integration into the EU.

The Premiership of Margaret Thatcher (1979-1990) was, perhaps, the one notable exception. She negotiated a rebate for the UK on its financial contributions to the EEC (as it still was at that time) and generally resisted moves by European politicians to centralise power in Brussels. In 1988 there came the ‘Bruges speech’, often known by the alternative epithet of the ‘No, No, No’ speech after a line taken from it. In this speech she asserted:

‘We have not successfully rolled back the frontiers of the state in Britain, only to see them re-imposed at a European level, with a European super-state exercising a new dominance from Brussels.’

It pleased the Eurosceptic wing of the Conservative Party but dismayed the Europhiles.

However, even she was guilty of aiding European integration. She signed the Single European Act (1986). a treaty that was signed between 12 members of the EEC snd which revised the Treaty of Rome and provided the basis for foundation of the single market. It also formalised the European Political Cooperation Agreement, the precursor of the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy.

This came against a backdrop of a government split over whether to join the Exchange Rate Mechanism, which harmonised the exchange rate between the currencies of Europe and was supposed to be a precursor to the establishment of the single currency, the Euro, which Thatcher eventually agreed to do in October 1990.

Whilst nominally a Eurosceptic, Thatcher’s successor John Major (Prime Minister 1990-1997) displayed an increasing pro-European tendency as his Premiership progressed. He signed the UK up to the Maastricht Treaty in 1992, after which the EEC (often abbreviated to just EC, the European Community) officially became the European Union.

The New Labour period of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown (1997-2010) witnessed a massive transfer of various powers from the EU to Brussels as the cravenly pro-EU Labour elite sought to aid the creation of a European superstate. They signed over great swathes of the UK’s sovereignty to Brussels in treaties such as those of Amsterdam (1997), Nice (2001) and Lisbon (2007). They were extremely enthusiastic about the single currency, the Euro, but didn’t get round to completing that before losing power to David Cameron in 2010.

Cameron’s (and Theresa May’s from 2016) Premiership (2010-present) saw the continuation of New Labour’s very Europhile approach to relations with the EU (and indeed a continuation of New Labour’s left-liberal policies generally.) Cameron continued to keep the UK tied closely to the EU, and he handed over substantial chunks of the UK’s sovereignty to Brussels, before agreeing to a referendum on our membership of the EU after having failed to re-negotiate the terms of our membership with the bloc. He backed Remain, but the country backed Leave, and he resigned as PM, to be succeeded by Theresa May. May was just as much an arch Remainer as Cameron and indeed was probably parachuted into the Premiership by the Remainers in the Conservative Party in order to attempt to sabotage Brexit (she’s been doing a good job of doing that so far.)

The UK public, which has expressed its desire to remain a sovereign nation on several occasions, most notably in the 2016 referendum , has been lied to and covertly forced into the EU superstate by the political and intellectual elite of all political persuasions for a very long time now. The time for complacency is over. If we let the politicians and their allies in the intelligentsia handle matters, we will be betrayed and effectively kept in the EU. The democratic majority must make their voice heard and stand up for what they want-a fully sovereign UK completely free of the EU superstate.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/04/07/the-eu-has-revealed-its-true-nature-a-federalist-monster-that-wi/

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Labour councillor accepts caution from the police for voting twice in local election

Foolish Labour councillor from Rochdale made the absurd claim he did not realise he was not allowed to vote more than once in the same election, he received a caution from the police for electoral fraud.

 

Faisal Rana cast a vote in two separate wards at the local council election back in May, on the grounds he has two different houses in different wards.  

 

Mr. Rana believed it to be a mistake because he not understood the Electoral Commission rules. 

 

The fraudulent councillor Faisal Rana, had this to say to Sky News:  

“I have accepted a police caution for an electoral offence, which relates to me casting separate votes for two different wards in two different Constituencies (Spotland and Falinge, and Norden Ward) in the local elections earlier this year.

“I legally registered my votes by providing my genuine national insurance number, date of birth and addresses and when I received these through the post I thought it would have been OK and that is why they issued me two ballots for two constituencies.

“I did not realise this was an offence and misinterpreted the rule that says it is possible to vote in two different electoral areas.

“As soon as this was brought to my attention I went for a voluntary interview at local police station and co-operated with police fully in this regard.”

 

Labour’s Allen Brett, Leader of the council and councillor for Milkstone and Deeplish.

“It is vital that councillors do all that they can to uphold the integrity of the democratic process.

“As soon as he became aware of this, Councillor Rana stepped away from his cabinet responsibilities.

 

 

Whether it was a genuine mistake or not is another question. Cllr Rana obviously has no regard for the democratic process of an election or any respect for the constituents he so boldly claims to serve and a police caution is extremely lenient for voting twice and breaking simple rules he was probably already aware of. 

 

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Donald J. Trump confidently describes himself as a “Nationalist” and asserts his opposition to “Globalism”

The 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump confidently described himself as a “Nationalist” a philosophy his political opponents and harshest media commentators have sought to use against him. 

 

 

President Trump took to the stage at a rally in Houston, in an effort to garner support for former rival presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz. He proudly roared:  “You know, they have a word, it sort of became old-fashioned. It’s called a nationalist.

 

 

Trump continued: “And I say, ‘Really? We’re not supposed to use that word, You know what I am? I’m a nationalist. OK? I’m a nationalist.”

 

 

The crowd descended into applause and excitement, he continued by saying:   “Use that word. Use that word.”

 

 

Trump finished by explaining what a globalist was: “A globalist is a person that wants the globe to do well, frankly not caring about our country so much. And, you know what? We can’t have that.”

 

 

Surely a nationalist president that seeks to identify with their own nation state and strongly supports its interests is better than a globalist president that wants to identify with multiple cultures and vigorously support the interests of other nations at the detriment of their own country? 

 

 

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Boris Johnson rips apart Theresa May’s Chequers plan at a Tory fringe event, branding it “politically humiliating”

The controversial Conservative Party MP, Boris Johnson spent the evening giving a rip roaring speech in support of free trade, freedom, and genuine conservative values at a Tory Party fringe event taking place in Birmingham.  

 

In a speech many disenfranchised Brexit supporters were waiting for which drew in very large crowds, Boris branded Theresa May’s Chequers plan as  “politically humiliating”, he went on to call it “dangerous, politically and economically.” He attacked the plan even further by saying:  “This is not democracy! This is not what people voted for!”

Boris Johnson finished by explaining: 

“It’s not taking back control, it’s forfeiting control. Don’t be fooled by the suggestion that the EU will ultimately reject these proposals. They want to demonstrate to any other country that might dream to follow suit, that you cannot leave the EU without suffering adverse political and economic consequences.”

 

 

“What the Chequers proposals show, is that the United Kingdom – for all its power and might, and network of influences around the world – was unable ultimately to take back control. And instead of reasserting our ability to make our laws, the UK will effectively be paraded in manacles down the Rue de la Loi like Caractacus.”

 

The words spoken by Boris Johnson were met with a chorus of hands clapping cheering. We can only hope the incumbent Prime Minister will take note of this speech and act accordingly.  Tory Party members seem more interested in attending these fringe events than the official Conservative Party conferences. 

 

 

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The Islamisation of the UK’s prisons

The Reverend Paul Song came to the UK from South Korea twenty five years ago.

He became a chaplain in Brixton Prison in South London, teaching the inmates the Alpha Course, a guide to living the Christian life in modern Britain.

At first, his tenure went well and he helped many inmates reform themselves and become model citizens.

However, this situation changed with the appointment of a new head chaplain at the prison, a Muslim Imam.

This new head of religion at the prison took Paul into his office and declared his Islamising agenda, saying he wanted to

change what he described as the ‘Christian domination’ in the prison.

Over the following months, Paul and his fellow Christian chaplains were to undergo a severe trial of bullying, intimidation and even physical violence.

He was subjected to:

– Regular noisy interruption of his services with Muslim inmates shouting abuse like ‘Chinky’ and ‘crazy Christian’ at him aand even voicing support for violent Jihadism, including the killers of Lee Rigby.

– Constant attempts to convert him to Islam using intimidating verbal tactics.

– Physical violence, even from the Imam himself, who used his substantial physical bulk to intimidate Paul and once pushed him out of the way. Another Muslim innate also shoved Paul in the back in one such incident.

– All this verbal and physical abuse became too much for Paul’s fellow chaplains, who suffered in the same way as Paul and many of them left.

Paul had more staying power (he’d been a detective in Korea and wasn’t so east to force out) and he stuck it out. The head Imam continued his persecution of Paul.

Matters came to a head when the Imam called Paul into his office and banned him from preaching his Christian course as it was ‘too radical’, even though the Alpha course is taught at churches throughout the UK.

Reluctantly, Paul agreed, though he knew that he wasn’t an extremist of any kind. The Imam’s persecution continued and eventually Paul was sacked on false charges of calling an inmate a terrorist.

Responding to the above, a Prison Service spokesman said: ‘There is absolutely no evidence to support claims relating to extremist behaviour at HMP Brixton.’ So what about Paul’s evidence?

Paul has been re-instated after an appeal and the imam has been dismissed on matters unrelated to Push’s case, but he is understandably disappointed and perplexed by the whole affair.

Paul is now planning to restart his courses. ‘This has been a very difficult time,’ he said. ‘Not for a moment did I think that something like this could happen in England.’

Sadly, ‘something like this’ goes on all the time now in England, in many areas of life.

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Under Theresa May’s Chequers Plan, a post Brexit UK will become like Vichy France

After the defeat of France by Nazi forces in 1940, an armistice was signed between Germany and France. Paul Reynauld resigned as Prime Minister of the French government and was replaced by the aged Marshall Philippe Petain (who was even older than Churchill.) Petain was a popular figure and hero of the Great War-he had single handedly prevented the collapse of the French army in 1916 when it looked like the German onslaught would finally succeed and was perceived as being quite charismatic and a bit of a womaniser. He was an advocate of ending the war and seeking a peace settlement with the Germans. He was voted in as PM by the French cabinet and immediately sought and secured an armistice and surrendered to the Germans. As part of this peace settlement the Germans occupied only certain parts of Northern France, Paris and certain areas of the West coast (in order to gain access to the ports to base submarines there to harry UK shipping). There was also a fairly large ‘free zone’ in the South, which was not occupied by the Germans and was headed by Petain and Pierre Laval based in the spa town of Vichy-Vichy France.

Vichy France was, in theory, an independent country. It’s government could, in theory, decide its own policies on any matter. In reality, it was merely a vassal state of the German Reich that more or less automatically aligned its policies with those of Germany anyway.

This is the situation that would pertain under Theresa May’s Chequers Plan. It would turn the UK into a version of Vichy France- a vassal state of the EU that is technically independent of the bloc but in reality is informally subservient to it and that has its policies on many issues decided in Brussels with Theresa ‘Marshall Petain’ May complying with her master’s wishes by aligning the UK’s policies to those of the EU anyway automatically.

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AfD are now the most popular political party in East Germany according to a poll

Alternative for Germany (AfD) the anti-mass migration party has become the most popular political party in East Germany according to Europe Elects.

 

Alternative for Germany would like to enact policies that are considered tough on immigration in politically liberal-leaning Germany as it is seen widely considered a very anti-establishment cause. Germany is led by a coalition of centre left and right wing parties. 

 

 

Angela Merkel’s CDU slumped five points to 23% while AfD surged 5 points to 27% in Eastern Germany, it would seem AfD are stealing CDU’s momentum and support. 

 

The SPD crashed into third place on a poultry fourth place finish ending on 15%. 

 

Alternative for Germany for making waves right across the board in Germany but particularly in Eastern Germany they are taking a foothold. This poll indicates a real shift in for the support anti-establishment and anti-mass migration politics in Germany. 

 

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Veteran Labour MP Chuka Umunna: Admits Labour is “Institutionally Racist”

Chuka Umunna MP described to Sky News that he knows that Labour is “institutionally racist” because of how they have handled the antisemitism row that engulfed the party under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. 

 

Umunna the Streatham MP spoke to Sophy Ridge at Sky News, he said when quizzed whether or not Labour was racist institutionally: 

“Yes I do. It’s very painful for me to say that.

“Part of the reason that I joined the Labour Party [and] my family started supporting the party was because it was an anti-racist party and I think the failure to deal with the racism that is antisemitism in particular and clearly is a problem.

“It’s a sadness to listen to you talk about what has happened and transpired over the summer, because we failed to deal with this issue properly and most recently whether or not we adopt the International Holocaust Memorial Alliance’s definition of antisemitism, which we should have done right at the beginning of the summer.”

 

 

Chuka Umunna was slammed by the Labour Chairman for telling Jeremy Corbyn to “call off the dogs” which targets more moderate Labour MPs in the party, he also called on Umunna to apologise. 

 

 

High-profile Labour figures like Frank Field have already resigned for similar reasons and now Chuka Umunna is another veteran Labour MP already basically contemplating leaving Labour and admitting they are an “Institutionally Racist Political Party”, one thing is clear Labour is now the new nasty party in British politics. Labour was once a party for the working-class and now it has become a weird, ugly and divisive cult. 

 

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Theresa May says Scotland should not “sow the politics of division” and that Nicola Sturgeon should back her Brexit deal

Theresa May has declared that the Scottish government and Nicola Sturgeon should back her Brexit deal and proposals, shortly after her talks with Sturgeon the First Minister of Scotland. 

 

May also insisted that Scotland must not “sow the politics of division”.

 

The British Prime Minister, Theresa May claimed that all corners of the United Kingdom must rally behind her deal, it has already been agreed by the cabinet.

Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party voiced concerns that the UK may well end up leaving the European Union without a deal.

Nicola Sturgeon said; “My concern about the increasing prospect of a no deal Brexit certainly wasn’t allayed in that meeting.

“We discussed obviously the position around the Chequers agreement. The prime minister’s position continues to be that she thinks Chequers is the basis of an agreement on the future relationship, notwithstanding that everybody else thinks that it’s not.”

The government in Scotland make no secret of their intention for the UK to remain a member of the Single Market and Customs Union after Britain’s exit from the European Union.

The Scottish government have made repeated attempts to call for the UK to stay in the Single Market and Customs Union.

In the past they have adamantly refused to back the European Withdrawal Bill.

Reportedly the Supreme Court are considering their options to mount a Westminster challenge.

Theresa May claimed the government was; “working to get a good deal for the whole of the United Kingdom”.

“I think it is incumbent on all parts of the United Kingdom to be supporting the proposals that we’re putting forward in their interaction with Brussels,” she said.

“I think it important we see those proposals being supported, rather than sadly what I fear we see here which is an attempt to sow the politics of division.

“We’re working to get a good deal, we’ve put forward a proposal that delivers on the Brexit vote, that protects jobs and livelihoods here in the UK, that will be good for all parts of the United Kingdom, that ensures we have that clear good trading relationship in the future with the European Union, and that delivers on other issues people want.”

When quizzed on whether Scotland should have a second referendum, Theresa May claimed the focus should be on Brexit and the UK, she said;  “The Scottish people voted in 2014, they had a referendum, they gave a clear decision they wanted Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom,” she said.

“I believe what we should be doing now is working and getting on with the job of delivering on the future of the United Kingdom, that’s about Brexit, it is about getting a good Brexit deal, it is about all the other issues like the industrial strategy, like the city deals.”

Mrs. May had shortly before her speech signed a £1.3bn so called “city deal” for Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland with Nicola Sturgeon.

Is Theresa May trying to bribe and woo Sturgeon with money and words? Nicola Sturgeon is interested in two things; Keeping Scotland in the Single Market and Customs Union and finding a way to let a British Prime Minister allow her to hold a second referendum. At least for now Mrs. May is not interested in giving into Nicola Sturgeon’s demands.

 

 

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Boris Johnson stands by remarks over Burka as Theresa May demands an apology

Boris Johnson is refusing to apologise after his comments regarding the Burka, Theresa May the British Prime Minister and most of the remoaner Conservative Party figures are trying to force Boris to apologise.

 

Boris did not even demand the burkha was banned (which most of the British public support) he authored a column in The Telegraph, here is what Bo Jo said; “I would go further and say that it is absolutely ridiculous that people should choose to go around looking like letter boxes.”

This led to Conservative Party Chairman, Brandon Lewis demanding Boris apologised and even Mrs. May said his remarks were offensive and claimed Boris used the “wrong language” Theresa made it very clear she supports the Burkha and the right to wear it.

Someone close to Boris claimed he had no intention of backing down, reportedly a source said; “It is ridiculous that these views are being attacked – we must not fall into the trap of shutting down the debate on difficult issues.

“We have to call it out. If we fail to speak up for liberal values then we are simply yielding ground to reactionaries and extremists.”

Westmonster conducted a poll in which showed near total support for Boris, amazingly 96% said he does not need to apologise for his comments.

 

The clock ticks as time runs out for Boris Johnson to apologise, let’s hope political correctness does not force him into an apology. The Burka is not supported by Brits and criticism of it should not be banned by the political establishment.

 

 

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