"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."

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Can You Still Breathe?

Are you gasping for a last breath yet? I know I am.  About eighteen months ago I blogged about THIS and the fact that it's only now hit the msm is one reason why I feel it's too late for cosy political solutions.

By the time the British msm reports anything about the EU you can reckon it's done, dusted and already been years in the planning. The so-called European Museum of History, primarily aimed at children, is no exception. Perhaps now people will finally realise what's happening and look again at our own governments of the past decades and see the lies we've been told.

That World War 2 should be re-named the European Civil War is laughable; it's a bad joke, and it's one that's on us who paid £44m for the pleasure of being insulted, manipulated and corralled into manageable bite-size geographical pieces.  It's a small thing in the scheme of things but I hope it's the proverbial straw.  We should be very, very angry with Cameron & Co and their predecessors but since we're not a marching people we must hit them hard at the ballot box and vote for anyone except the LibLabCon con at all elections, local and general.

There's a whiff of psychotic denial in the air around Brussels and these people won't stop until intolerable circumstances, or the people, force them to do so.


  1. There is one plus point to 'The European Civil War'. It suggests the possibility of 'European Civil War II', in which the German International Socialists once again get their arses kicked by a bunch of irritated Little Englanders.*
    *The best response to an insult is to wear it as a badge of pride.

    1. There's already a civil war of sorts going on all over Europe - Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy - people are out on the streets protesting about their governments and the EU. Not country -v- country but governments -v- people. Yes, I don';t mind being called a swivel-eyed Little Englander - water off a duck's back :)


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