"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."
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
Losing The Battle
The msm and the politicians just say, print, spin whatever they want and repeat it ad nauseam; governments are elected, supposedly on a mandate given by the electorate but then completely ignore us. It doesn't matter what they promise, or what we want, we've been on course to be a full, committed member of the European Union since we first joined under Edward Heath.
Look at the all the blogs now, trawl back through this one, you'll see it's true. We have been lied to on a grand scale and have swallowed it hook, line & sinker every time by continuing to vote for the same Parties. I look at UKIP today and wonder where they're going and why they haven't made greater inroads into the public consciousness, apart from the obvious answer that they've been excluded by the media. The BNP has imploded too by all accounts and membership is drifting away to another Party. Personally, I think it's too late for new Parties.
Nick Clegg said yesterday that we shouldn't "gloat" about the problems in the euro-zone. He's got this so wrong and it shows his own mind-set more than anything: no-one is gloating, no-one is rubbing their hands together hoping for a failing euro or a Greek exit. The time to gloat, if we survive, is when the EU edifice tumbles down and is incapable of resurrection but in the meantime people are suffering because of EU policies and the manic dreams of a German and a Frenchman. That's something that Clegg, an EU pension-dependent, like many appointed to the House of Lords or parachuted as Government advisers, will never acknowledge.
Take a look at this, via @EU_Dictatorship, and watch Eric Pickles flounder and splutter under the questioning by Andrew Neil. Pickles can't give a straight answer because they're not his to give. Everything belongs to the EU and yet we don't have one single MP who is willing to step up to the plate and challenge this status quo. Not Cash, not Redwood, not Carswell is willing to step up to the plate and none of the 301 or the 1922 are ready to lay their necks on the line.
Pickles did get one thing right though: government can't create jobs, it can only create the conditions for job creation. And this government has its hands tied, not only by the LibDems (as they're so fond of telling us) but by the EU (a topic they rarely approach). They don't, and won't, fight back and that's why our country is ham-strung and declining. Take a look at this blog and these Treasury figures and then write or email George Osborne, or tweet at @HMTreasury, and ask him what he's been doing for these past two years to insulate the UK from euro-zone contagion. It appears to be very little, despite all the warnings.
In other news, Agenda 21 has made great inroads in America and they're suffering their own form of 'political correctness' aka cultural Marxism; Hollande's plane was hit by lightning on its way to Berlin to meet Merkel and had to turn back (cue jokes about God being a eurosceptic after all), and there's been a run on the banks in Greece (seven hundred million euros having been withdrawn in little over a week). Greece will be holding another election in mid June (10th or 17th) and Syriza are holding firm in the polls despite warnings from the outgoing Security Minister of 'civil war and kalashnikovs'. The Greeks would do better to focus on the real enemy rather than fight amongst themselves.
I find the whole lot depressing and negative; my blogging has become repetitive and lacks coherence. I'm no longer motivated by the need to warn because what I warned about is already with us. I'm not motivated by being an aspiring author with a book to sell and I have no axe to grind; I'm only someone who happened to wonder, one day, why this country was so stuffed and then I came upon the EU, Agenda 21 and Common Purpose. Everything has led from that moment.
I'll be back to do the straight-forward Parliamentary stuff tomorrow.
PS I did say 'losing the battle' but I didn't say we will lose the war - this war won't be blogged.
Have this to cheer yourselves up, courtesy of Max Farquar:
And, if you're not in the mood to be cheered up, have this from Golem XIV about the downgrading of twenty-six Italian banks today and why it won't be the last.
Me? I need yoga, the Dalai Lama, anything but the thought that the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland had the first Technocratic Government. I didn't want to believe it either but you know it's true now - take up yoga and prepare for the war.