"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Saturday, 24 October 2009

The End Of The Road

After the media blitz on the BNP/QT over the past few weeks, Labour Ministers warning of 'rivers of blood' and the silence of the Conservatives, I'm determined to vote for an Independent or one of the 'minority' parties, come what may. If that means Labour or Conservatives are elected again then I foresee a backlash of the likes not seen since the 17th century.

What Cameron has said: "...a progressive reform agenda demands that we redistribute power from the EU to Britain, and from judges to the people. We will therefore hold a referendum on the Lisbon treaty; pass a law requiring a referendum to approve any further transfers of power to the EU; negotiate the return of powers, and require far more detailed scrutiny in parliament of EU legislation, regulation and spending. And we will introduce a British bill of rights to strengthen our liberties, spell out the extent and limit of rights more clearly, and ensure proper democratic accountability over the creation of any new rights."

So far so good but there should be no 'limit of rights' defined by the State. Cameron needs to revise his History.  Here's a warning to Britain from Angela Merkel.

What Cameron says now: A post-ratification referendum on the Lisbon Treaty would be "frankly silly".

The only avenue open to us is to have a referendum on how closely tied to the EU the British want to be. If we vote for looser ties we can expect the EU to be vindictive & spiteful, announcing colossal fines and penalties galore. If Cameron really wants to be the PM of the people of this country, he will turn to the EU and tell them that we've paid them enough over the years with little return but much grief in terms of petty regulations. The English will not be 'harmonised' with Europe; the EU slogan of 'Unity through Diversity' is a cr@p slogan.



Cameron's Big Tent = more of the same.  Btw, where's the voice of our Monarch in all of this Constitutional reform?

10 comments:

  1. Oh dear, any vote that helps Jimmy Snot's bunch of traitors is a wasted vote and likely to let Brown continue as State Governor for a small EU backwater.

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  2. No, OR, that argument won't wash in the face of facts. Labour (always opposed to the EU until they were elected into govt but Trades Unions always 'for') and Conservatives (always pro).

    I keep quoting Cameron: "Same destination, different path". My problem is who the heck do I vote for?

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  3. G.V.

    Can you help me out here because I'm a tad confused.

    Denise Garside who writes under the Monikers of "Antifascist" and "Denise" over at her own U.A.F. blog Lancaster Unity A blog that gives us the stirring left wing sentiments: - "Only the rebuilding of a popular, working class and democratic socialism can do that. And the best place to start is getting together to ensure a victory to the current postal workers strike", claims in the sidebar of her Youtube Channelto be: - "Right-Conservative leaning 40-something anti-fascist".

    Is she taking the piss?

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  4. You're asking me? You're just winding me up now D&C but, okay, I'll check out your links and get back to you in the interests of reading as much as possible and forming an opinion.

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  5. Big Tents are more useful for a circus full of clowns.

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  6. The BNP will score highly in the polls following this BBC/media QT shambles.

    Apparently, next weeks panel will include the disgraced former Home Secretary Smith.

    I wonder whether or not next weeks audience will be allowed to barrack Jacqui Smith as much as they were allowed to get to Griffin.

    I wonder whether there will be any protest - rightful protest, in my view - outside the BBC about a woman who owes us £116,000?

    I wonder if it will be the Jacqui Smith QT Show, as last night was clearly the Nick Griffin QT show?

    Answers on a postcard.....

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  7. BBC Question Time and Labour, a partnership

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtANCL3lAoo&feature=player_embedded

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  8. Thanks for the link ACO. I know what you're saying but it's going to take more than me. Given that I've always believed that the firt step starts with an individual - I'm stepping out. As for others, it's up to them.

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  9. I read it D&C and, yes, they all seem to have an axe to grind. What truly frightens me is that they all forget about the people who elect them.

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  10. They only need us once every 4 or 5 years as things currently stand, GV, they suck up to us like fucking leeches until they are elected and get what they want - then they forget all about us "little people" almost entirely!! We then become a mere inconvenience until they need us again in 4 or 5 years time. If the EUSSR carries on pushing further and further into our lives, then they won't even need us for elections as ministers will simply be "appointed", like Brown appointed Fondlebum and others.

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