Wednesday, 21 May 2008

EU’s Lisbon Treaty Means Dictatorship!

Here’s an interesting article on the European Union's power grab and its origins.

If you’re already enlighten on the post democratic aims of the EU then it's nothing new, but if you still think the EU is only about trade and wonderful read on….

“EU’s Lisbon Treaty Means Dictatorship”

by Lord Christopher Monckton

“With the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Communist species of fascism has spread westward by stealth to infect the European Union, whose complex treaties—now hated and feared by the overtaxed, over-regulated peoples of Europe—more closely parallel the Soviet Constitution than they do any constitution of liberty or democracy. . . .

The new “President of Europe” (it may well be Tony Blair, who did his best to buy the job at UK taxpayers’ expense by agreeing to increase the UK’s tribute to the dismal empire of Brussels by a staggering $50 billion a year) will have all the powers of the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. The European Commission, like the Politburo to which it is functionally identical, has the sole power to propose and hence to reject European legislation. Like the Politburo, it is unelected and self-perpetuating. Any Commissioner (and it is neither joke nor coincidence that the German word for “Commissioner” is “Kommissar”) has the power to issue an edict which has the immediate force of supreme law throughout the subject territories, no longer known as “member States” but as “regions”—effectively, regional Soviets subsidiary to, and now utterly subservient to, the Supreme Soviet in Brussels. The European Parliament, like the Duma or People’s Congress of the Soviet Union, has no power to propose legislation, and its decisions can be (and often are) overridden by the Kommissars.

The Parliaments of the “regions,” such as the UK Parliament, have no power to amend or reject any of the Kommissars’ edicts, whose undemocratic nature may be deduced from their official name—”Directives.” On 200 occasions in the past decade alone, the legislative scrutiny committee of the House of Commons has rejected European directives, but the functionally-Communist regional gauleiters Blair and [British Prime Minister Gordon] Brown have enacted every one of the Directives, regardless of the will of the people’s elected representatives.

Civil Rights Trampled

As of last December, the power which I once had as a Deputy Lieutenant of London to order the troops on to the streets to assist in civil emergencies or disasters was taken away by order of a Kommissar, and Britain no longer has the legal right put her army on to her own streets without that Kommissar’s express permission. As of this year, under the pretext of compliance with a European anti-terrorist Directive, the right to a fair trial before a properly-constituted and impartial court was abolished in the UK for any criminal case defined as “serious”: and even offences as trivial as dropping litter in public places are now treated by the regional gauleiters as serious. Without a hearing, without the right of legal representation, the gauleiters can imprison any UK citizen for five years at a time, confiscate his house, freeze his bank accounts, close or compulsorily take over any business which he may own, or extradite him to any overseas country (including the most unspeakable dictatorships) even in the absence of any prima facie evidence whatsoever against him.

The news media say little about any of this, for it is now regarded as almost an offense to speak out against the gauleiters or against the European dictatorship, which in any event deploys an annual propaganda budget of $2.5 billion — an amount of which the late Dr. Goebbels could only dream. The BBC alone received $300 million from the Kommissars last year. It very seldom utters a word of criticism against the European Union. What do the British people think about this?

The few who know about it — and it is no coincidence that they are the same few who know what a false and dishonest scam the “global warming” scare is—are horrified. The people as a whole are now so uneasy about what is happening that, even though few know the full details, they are now making it clear in every opinion poll that they do not want the Lisbon Treaty. Indeed, it is now certain that if there were a referendum on the Treaty in the UK, it would be crushingly defeated.

The two functionally-Communist parties in the regional legislature at Westminster—the majority Labour party and the “Liberal” “Democrats”—each made written promises in their manifestoes for the last national elections that they would give the British people a referendum on the Treaty before it was ratified.

Recently, the leaderships of both parties, knowing that any referendum would reject the Treaty overwhelmingly, have accordingly reneged on their promises, and samizdat debates are now being held on the question whether their failure to honor those promises and their consequent transfer of our own elected representatives’ powers to the unelected hands of the alien power that the European Union has become constitutes treason.

It is indeed treason: but the UK courts are now mere rubber-stamps for the dictators. In the British constitution, the largest body of Members of Parliament not belonging to the governing party used to be known as “Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition.” However, the Conservative Party under its current weak, vapid, and policy-averse leadership has consistently failed to oppose the inexorable and soon-to-be-final extinction of what was once our democracy. In the absence of any Parliamentary opposition, millions of Britain’s leading minds have already fled overseas, taking their wealth and their talent with them, in a brain drain not seen since the ghastly days of Harold Wilson and the dominance of the Communist-led trades unions. I myself spent ten years overseas, but have recently returned and shall be doing my best to fight to regain my nation’s independence and democratic liberties.

Britain Now a Police State

Britain is now a closed country—a police state, with a Secret Police to rival the KGB. Our Secret Police was secretly founded by the present Government in 1998, and now its privileged and untouchable members mount dawn raids just like the KGB and then lie through their teeth in court to secure convictions against any citizen who has offended the regional gauleiters or the European Kommissars. There are “security” cameras every few inches—more of them than in any other nation. At current rates of growth, there will be a “security” camera for every UK citizen within a decade. In a sinister sequence of more than 90 criminal justice Bills in ten years, the present Government has removed every last one of the rights and freedoms of which Britain was once justly proud. We are no longer allowed even to demonstrate outside Parliament. It was the ninetieth of those Bills—passed with very little attempt at opposition—that took away the right of criminal trial.

Now, our “leaders” fawn as sycophantically upon our new, grim, European masters as their predecessors once did during the long and foolish period of appeasement that tempted Hitler to rearm unopposed and then to provoke the Second World War. This time, though, it is sycophancy by stealth. Not so long ago, a UK Cabinet Minister who refused to sign a European “Directive” was told by his own civil servants that if he did not sign it he could and would be stripped of his office and have all his possessions confiscated. Instead of resigning and going public, he cravenly and secretly signed. His story has never been made public. Another UK Cabinet Minister, who had agreed with a Directive and had written to congratulate the Kommissars on it, was summoned to Brussels and told that, although all the “regions” and the European Parliament had agreed the Directive, the Kommissars of Europe (who had proposed it, for they alone have the power to do so) had decided that it was not of any consequence and that it would not be enacted into law. When the astonished Minister was asked why, he was told that the Kommissars had wanted to make it clear to elected Ministers in all of the “regions” where the real power in Europe now lay—and it was not in their elected hands. He told me, “I had once been wholeheartedly in favor of the European Union. But it was at that moment that the scales fell from my eyes.” He died an implacable opponent of the new Europe.

And my own view? I am in favor of European democracy, and therefore firmly opposed to the atheistic-humanist, bureaucratic-centralist dictatorship that the European Union for which I once voted has so stealthily become. In Scotland, where the current “regional” gauleiter wants us to be independent of Westminster (which makes one tenth of our laws) but still subject to the dismal empire of Brussels (which makes nine-tenths of our laws), I lead a small but rapidly-growing movement in the Highlands and Islands which is aiming for independence from both Edinburgh and Brussels, but continuing loyalty to the Crown. We want our freedom back, and we are quietly planning to take it back, whether the gauleiters of the UK or the dictators of Europe like it or not. We will rise up and be a nation again.

Let freedom ring!”


Thursday, 28 February 2008

Monday, 21 January 2008

PR for national elections in the UK?

The normal political practise these days is to leak potential future government policy ideas to the MSM prior to it being discussed in formal channels. This leaking of policy ideas to a government friendly journalist presumably allows policy developers to obtain some feedback on a new (or more often rehashed) idea, and of course if it goes down badly with the public the story is easily denied.

Being a cynical citizen, I’d say this is cowardly policy making followed by people often out of touch with the demos. The latest rumour/policy story is ‘Proportional Representation’ (PR) for UK national elections.

“Lib Dems may be offered PR as part of power-sharing deal”

…”seen by senior cabinet ministers as a move to prepare Labour for power-sharing with the Liberal Democrats if there is a hung parliament after the next election.”

The arguments over PR have raged on and off for a long time, but it shows that some individuals inside the Labour government feel electorally weak, by even raising the idea of PR as this stage.

I believe that PR is a fairer system than first past the post as it gives greater representation to the people and of course more influence to (presently) smaller parties like the BNP. I hope they bring it in a.s.a.p.

Bring on a hung parliament!

Tuesday, 15 January 2008

“Realist Party” isn't that the BNP?

From time to time I look in on the sky news discussion forums. I’m not a fan of sky (News International), but their news discussion board, does allow greater freedom for discussion especially compared the BBC's pathetic ‘have you say’, but only on subjects we permit approach.

The politics section occasionally has good discussions and two constant topics are the BNP and the Muslims/Islam etc. Now and again some interesting points will be made. The board does suffer a high level of trolls who whenever like minded people are engaged a respectful debate arrive with the name calling, insults and what I would describe as Marxist influenced mindset, which they may or may not be aware they have. But this aside, ideas are exchanged.

One recent thread encouraged people to post what their policies would be if they had their very own political party. Some were well conceived, but I saw most sense in poster ‘Panthos’ manifesto.

How many items on his list don’t make common sense? Maybe I’d change three or four but that’s it. As another poster comments:


“Panthos this is an almost perfect manifesto can you give nick griffin a ring I’m sure he’d love it every bit as much as the working white indigenous minority will. magnificent, clear, consise and nowhere to hide.”


“Email is on the way waspish, the people have spoken !”


“Panthers “Realist Party” Manifesto:
Making a change for a better Britain.

1 Out of the EU and into good neighbour agreement to save £10 billion a year
2 End the new 8,5000 Quango’s under Labour costing industry £30 billion
3 Mine coal for power stations
4 Encourage mass production of electro-cars and passenger vehicles under British companies
5 Re-Nationalise Gas, electricity, postal services and telecommunications
6 Privatise the BBC
7 Remove all road cameras except in city centres
8 Replace traffic wardens with city wardens to pick up dog turds as part of their job
9 All hospitals to be accountable to regional health authorities
10 All police forces to be accountable to the Mayor
11 A Mayor to be elected in every ‘Borough’
12 Councils to be accountable to the Mayor
13 Mayors are accountable to the people through public forums of 1,000
14 Public forums are accountable to the people of their districts
15 An MP and an Independent Representative to be elected for every Borough
16 Independent Borough Representatives to be elected to upper chamber
17 MP’s to be accountable to the people by a legal duty to fulfill their manifesto
18 The Queen to appoint the Speaker in parliament
19 The Queen to appoint the speaker in the Lords
20 A Written Constitution to be drawn up within 5 years
21 All persons to be accountable in law to uphold the Constitution
22 Repeal the Human Rights Act
23 Bank of England to remain independent but Chancellor to be accountable for it’s decisions each month
24 Preserve our Gold Bullion and return what Brown gave away
25 Scrap VAT and replace with a 10% purchase tax on certain items
26 Replace car-tax with MOT and Insurance Disk and added fuel charge
27 Trade with Europe and the Commonwealth
28 Impose a Trade Barrier with all non-democratic regimes
29 1 year Work permits given to skilled workers and professional only
30 5 year Work permits automatically permit permanent residency providing no imprisonable offences have been the case
31 Citizenship may be granted after 10 years residency dependant on acceptance and an examination on The British Constitution has been passed including language.
32 Only Christian schools are permitted, pay for them yourself if not state school
33 Parents with kids at private school to get a grant for relieving the state of the burden
34 Family allowance to be means tested
35 Deport all none citizens to country of origin if failing to adhere to the above or if been imprisoned, grant of £5,000 to assist.
36 Refuse entry to ‘extended’ family members
37 Tax on fuel to rise annually in steps to encourage rail transport
38 Mag-Rail to replace main line rail
39 Prime Minister to be subject to 4 yearly fixed term of office
40 Mandatory election if PM changes
41 Foreign Office to engage an office of foreign trade brokers for the world
42 Drug companies to be nationalized and drugs to be given in aid to countries who need them. Costs of prescription to come in line to pay for the service and research.
43 Return Armed Forces to Britain to protect ports, airports and London
44 Ban foreign take-overs of companies and replace with trade licences, and ban tax leaving Britain.
45 Maximum limit on private money leaving Britain is £2 million
46 Ban socialism and all other extremists from the country
47 Make them go underground like rats, and give our army something worthwhile to do ferreting them out
48 Bring back the death penalty
49 MP's are subject to committees for what they say in parliament and may be suspended and fined and their party fined
50 Age of retirement is 60, Pensions to follow wage index
51 All public employees to adhere to contracts which include wage increases in line with inflation
52 Minimum wage retained but increased only in line with inflation
53 All unemployed physically capable of working to serve term of 3 months community warden work at minimum wage if unemployed longer than one year
54 Kick fakers off sick benefit (6 month checks), and make it an imprisonable offence to rob the state.”

Monday, 14 January 2008

El Presidente!

The Times carried a story last week on Mr Blair and the ongoing rumour that he will be the first President of the EU.

“TONY BLAIR today fuelled further speculation that he will run for election as the European Union’s first full-time president later this year. Speaking in Paris this morning, the former prime minister called for a “strong and united Europe”, adding that members fail to deliver what their citizens want when they act as individual nations.”

If it turns out to be true, I’m sure we will all have to suffer the lying smile again, as it is beamed into every EU home during his version of the State of the E-Union speech. I wonder if any of the UK, sorry EU citizens will finally realise, this man, as with most establishment party politicians only ever care about themselves and power.

“The speech, delivered in French to members of the ruling centre-right UMP party, will be seen widely as Blair’s calling card for the new post of President of the European Council.

The post is to be created in the second half of 2008, with the appointment process to be overseen by France, during its leadership of the EU later this year.

French president Nicholas Sarkozy, who invited Blair to give the address, described the former British prime minister as “one of Europe’s greats”.”

Just how will this ‘man of the people’ obtain this grand position? Well, we know that by gold plating, every law to come out of Brussels during his watch he’s likely to be loved the EU elite and of course, his steering of the UK into the final Lisbon Treaty (without a referendum) proves his devotion to the EU project over the say of the UK people. If EU past practise is anything to go by than the election of the EU president will interesting affair, I’m surprised that there would even be an election, the EU machine prefers to appoint, popular vote not required.

Democracy in the UK at the national level isn’t perfect, it’s well over due for reform in particular a move to proportional representation (I’d opt for the Australian model myself), but that aside it still provides citizens real democratic power, to hold a government to account. Democracy within a looming EU super-state is simply democracy-lite, yes, you will get to vote for a Member of EU parliament by the PR system, but the power of this representative is limited, with virtually no power to hold the executive to account, this point illustrated by the ongoing saga of the EU annual accounts not signed-off by the EUs own auditors any year this century!

Any detailed examination of the key parts of legislation that has come down from Brussels over the years, shows how the command and control structures of the EU will act in deed and spirit. Some UK citizens will likely wake one day in late 2010 and begin to realised what they have lost as they feel the impacts of the centralised soviet-style (nu-soviet) government of the EU, which exists to rule its citizens rather than serve them, but don’t worry Tony will be smiling at you from the TV, so everything must be ok.

Use your vote wisely, vote BNP.