"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."

Monday, 8 February 2010

Labour's Car Boot Sale

Selling The White Cliffs & Port of Dover to Nord-pas-de-Calais regional council will make perfect sense to europhiles. Inter-Reg plans are far advanced and England has already been carved up.  Selling control of the port to the French will surely also impact on immigration into the country?

The government has already sold off Westminster to Brussels and if they can sell Dover to the French what's to stop them selling the Falklands to Argentina, or Gibraltar to the Spanish?    They really are unspeakably low.

This is how regionalisation was sold to the people of Kent two years ago by an un-named  government spokesman: "It is about support for business, helping boost employment and turning around deprived areas... helping firms in Kent do business with people in Northern France or promoting joint tourism initiatives between different countries."  Oh, no it isn't!  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, with Manche 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 £261million between 2007 and 2013, Atlantic £127million and North Sea £219million.  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".

It would be a logistical nightmare to untangle the EU's tentacles and if British soil is sold to foreign countries, a legal impossibility.   This country has been destroyed and brought lower than any other simply because it would have been the hardest to persuade using soft political power.

England is not only being geographically fragmented:  one town, 150 languages

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