"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."

Friday, 5 March 2010

CCHQ

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CCHQ isn't happy about immigration.  It isn't happy about immigration because local Conservative Party candidates want to include it in their local manifestos, despite what CCHQ says.

I don't like No.4 - we already have an English Bill of Rights and we want to keep it - not replace it with a British Bill of Rights.  The Human Rights Act is an act of law so unless it's repealed it's just more entanglement.  Repeal it first and then we can discuss.

No.5 - 'Net' immigration isn't a figure on which to base a judgement.

No.6 - How many times must it be said?  Entering into the EU means that every member state must push forward the objectives of the EU - the Euro is specifically mentioned as a goal.  The Lisbon Treaty is a legal document and over-rides not only English Common Law but English Civil Law.

I look forward to the local policies Lorraine Fullbrook promises - in short, we're f/ked because governments lie and so does she.  She and CCHQ lie by omission.

The issues are wider.  It isn't about immigration or benefits; it isn't about asylum seekers - it's about self-determination.  This election will be one of the most important since 1945 and yet very few see it or seem to care.  The media is shameful, not in what it reports but in what it does not.

Self-determination for the Falklands? Dream on. If we don't have sovereignty then neither do you - welcome to the new world order.

Keep deluding yourselves that 'devolved' Assemblies and Executives mean autonomy. Look at England, see how we've been broken up into bite-size pieces - Wales & Scotland are in for a shock when England finally goes under. Northern Ireland? Northern Ireland is already earmarked to be a part of the Republic of Ireland.

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