"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."

Thursday, 3 February 2011

Music, Already

MI6 warns of new wave of bombings

England is a safe haven for foreign terrorists

I get tired of reading these headlines and wikileaks that we already know.  The news comes thick and fast and I just can't keep up now - I did say that when Lisbon came into being things were bound to become more complicated because the mechanisms were all in place.  It's little wonder that backbenchers from all Parties are beginning to wonder what they're nodding into law - they just can't keep up with the directives and statutory instruments any more.

The most interesting article I read this evening came from Dominic Raab, Conservative MP for Esher and Walton.

Radio Free Britain, Radio Free England - how the ground is diminishing. We should be ashamed of ourselves - are we freemen or not? Try saying, "No, but thank you for asking," when someone tells you to pay a littering or motoring fine.

Here's the music:


  1. The Telegraph report comes as no surprise at all, and like you, I find reading about (as well as having to write about) this problem over and over again tiresome. Alas, with Sayeeda Warsi being the new 'star' in the Conservative firmament, we'll have to put up with ever more enabling of Islam in the UK.

    The problem can be dealt with in quite a straightforward manner: firstly, recognise the promotion of Islamic doctrine in the UK as the source of the violence; secondly, stop enabling its spread through pandering to it, embedding it in the diversity dogma and promoting faith schools; thirdly, choke off Muslim immigration. Problem solved.

    Try out the following set of questions on anyone who calls themself a Muslim and get them to damn their own set of beliefs before they realise the hole that they've dug for themselves: http://durotrigan.blogspot.com/2011/02/quiz-for-muslims.html

  2. GV, Raab is after a bit of publicity! The man will fight for negation of prisoners votes but wont fight or vote for our right to a referendum.


    I can only repeat my last post asking where's Clint Eastwood when you need him!

  3. So, you didn't like the music then!

    I know what you're saying but tptb are bent on another course and changing to AV is a part of this. It's a sop to those who know no better.

    I think we lost govts at your point No.1 and that was years ago.

  4. Mr W, of course he is - and all the better for that. The more publicity these eu-unsures and eu-not-on-your-nellies have is the better for us, the people of this country. We need more debate.

    I'm surprised at you. You're such a fervent UKIP supporter I'd have thought you'd welcome any voice raised in opposition to the EU. You like Hannan, don't you? Farage? Carswell? Shills?

  5. "Britain has become a “safe haven” for foreign terrorists following court rulings that they cannot be deported, the government terrorism watchdog has said."
    No, really? Try telling us somethiong that we didn't know already Mr Lord Carlile.

  6. RFE is going to eventually become a cultural channel for the English, a sort of Shieldwall radio station when it's up and running. RFB will carry on as usual.

    Yes the ground is diminishing, maybe we should start Radio Free East Anglia, it won't be long before we have claymore mines in the back garden.... Vendetta

  7. I used to think we needed an offshore island to put them all on, Banned - but then I realised we are an offshore island.

    RFB - that's taking Cameron's localism to new heights. Perhaps CB radio will make a big comeback too? Good luck with the statiion, I'll listen for it.


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